creatures in particular, are each dominical words which point to the Pre-Eternal Speaker in a way more powerfully than speech. If the seas were ink they could never come to the end of them. That is, the verse looks to this meaning too in allusive fashion.
The Second Letter: All the inspiration received by angels and men, and even by animals, are divine speech of a sort. Its words are certainly infinite. It means that the verse is telling us how numerous and infinite are the inspirations and words of divine command which the innumerable cohorts of absolute sovereignty continually receive.
The knowledge is with God alone. * None knows the Unseen save God.