|Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia|
har'-ber. Used figuratively of God in Joel 3:16 the King James Version margin, (Hebrew) "place of repair, or, harbour" (the King James Version "hope," the Revised Version (British and American) "refuge").
See HAVEN; SHIPS AND BOATS, I, II, (1), II, 3.
Harbour (6 Occurrences)
Acts 27:12 and as the harbour was inconvenient for wintering in, the majority were in favour of putting out to sea, to try whether they could get to Phoenix--a harbour on the coast of Crete facing north-east and south-east--to winter there. (WEY BBE DBY)
Acts 28:12 And going into the harbour at Syracuse, we were waiting there for three days. (BBE)
Genesis 49:13 The resting-place of Zebulun will be by the sea, and he will be a harbour for ships; the edge of his land will be by Zidon. (BBE)
Psalms 46:1 <To the chief music-maker. Of the sons of Korah; put to Alamoth. A Song.> God is our harbour and our strength, a very present help in trouble. (BBE)
Psalms 107:30 Then they are glad, because the sea is quiet, and he takes them to the harbour of their desire. (BBE)
Isaiah 23:10 Let your land be worked with the plough, O daughter of Tarshish; there is no longer any harbour. (BBE)