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Isaiah 51:9
... awake, put on strength, O arm of the LORD; awake, as in the ancient days, in the generations of old. Art thou not it that hath cut Rahab, and wounded the...
Job 9:13: the proud helpers - Study Note
... The word “proud” here is Rahab, which seems in Isaiah 51:9 (see note) to refer to Satan, the old “dragon.” Also see note on Psalms 89:10. One other reference to Rahab, in Psalm 87:4, is believed by many to refer to...
Psalms 89:10: Rahab - Study Note
... time, but to Satan, the old “dragon” (see Isaiah 51:9). The two names are slightly different in Hebrew spelling, although pronounced and transliterated the same in English. The word used here means “proud” and is so...
Isaiah 51:9: Rahab - Study Note
... Rahab. God’s power was greatly manifest in the “ancient days,” especially in the days of Noah and Moses, and perhaps even more so when Satan, that old “dragon” was cast out of heaven. The name “Rahab”...
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