On a Thunder Storm
Meteorology, Wonder, Piety
Reflections on the moral impact of a thunder storm: 'There is scarcely any thing more calculated to rouse man to a sense of God's omnipotence, than when "The thunders murm'ring round the skies, / His power and glory shew"' (351).
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