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Our Advocate In Heaven - Article
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. - ... my witness is in heaven, and my record is on high” (Job 16:19). It is significant that here, in what is probably the oldest book in the Bible, two vitally important New Testament truths are anticipated. Job somehow knew that he...
The Meaning Of Man - Article
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. - ... planet. But, essentially, the same argument was used against Job by one of his three “miserable comforters” (Job 16:2), over 3500 years ago. “How then can man be justified with God? . . . yea, the stars are not pure in...
Job 16:20
... friends scorn me: but mine eye poureth out tears unto...
Job 16:2: miserable comforters - Study Note
... miserable comforters. These three former friends had come to Job to “mourn with him and to comfort him” (Job 2:11). Instead all they had done was to condemn him for his supposed sins and now to accuse him of hypocrisy (Job 15:34). To a...
Job 16:2
... have heard many such things: miserable comforters are ye...
Songs In The Night - Article
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. - ... Where is God my maker, who giveth songs in the night” (Job 35:10).It is easy to sing when the sun is shining and God is blessing, but quite another matter to sing when the night is dark and afflictions are almost overwhelming. In such...
Job 16:21
... that one might plead for a man with God, as a man pleadeth for his...
Job 16:19: my witness is in heaven - Study Note
... my witness is in heaven. Job expresses here his faith that somehow he must “have an advocate with the Father” (I John 2:1) who can “plead for” him (Job 16:21), even though Satan, through his “miserable...
Job 38:22: treasures of the snow - Study Note
... but great, contribution to the battles of future days (Job 38:23). Indeed, hail was significant in Joshua’s battle with the Amorites (Joshua 10:11) and will be in the future tribulation (Revelation 16:21). Snow contributed to...
Prophecies of the Resurrection - Article
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. - ... what is perhaps the oldest book in the Bible, the patriarch Job asks the universal question: "If a man die, shall he live again?" (Job 14:14). A little later, however, his strong faith in a future resurrection returns, and he exclaims:...
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