The seven thunders (Revelation 10:3)
And cried with a loud voice, as when a lion roareth: and when he had cried, seven thunders uttered their voices.
Revelation 10:3 - King James
⚪ Seven volumes of "Studies in the Scriptures"
Rev. 10: [...]
10:3. And cried with a loud voice. — Pastor Russell was the voice used.—Rev. 7:2.
And when. — In 1881 A. D.
He had cried — With the first great cry, "Food for Thinking Christiana," 1,400,000 copies given away, free.
Seven thunder — Seven volumes of "STUDIES IN THE SCRIPTURES." — Rev. 8:5.
Uttered their voices. — Were foreseen as necessary to the complete statement of the Plan, and the fulfillment of this and other Scriptures. —
Source : 🇺🇸 1917 - Studies in the Scriptures, Vol 7, The finished mystery, page 167 + Cover
⚫ Message of Jehovah's indignation
"When he had cried, seven thunders uttered their voices." (Rev. 10:3) The thunders represented the voice or message of Jehovah rebuking the enemies and expressing his indignation. (Ps. 104: 7) The thunders sound, for the temple is open.-Rev. 11:19.
[...] it is found that early in 1918 the enemy beheaded the "John the Baptist" witness work [...] and when the Lord's people were stopped in their witness work in 1918 those faithful ones engaged in that work collectively fulfilled the picture of John the Baptist being beheaded in a more complete way. It seems certain that it was about this time that the "thunders" were uttered. These thunders represented the indignation of Jehovah against such things as the persecution of his people and the stopping of his work by the imprisonment of many who were serving him; also represented his indignation expressed against the professed people of Christendom who adopted a League of Nations in place of the kingdom of God...
Source : 🇺🇸 1930 - Light, Vol 1, page 175, page 176 + Cover