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In Everything Give Thanks - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - ... Lord, . . . in the God of my salvation.” Job, for example, lost all his possessions, then his children, finally his health, and even his wife turned against him. Yet he could say: “the LORD gave, and the LORD hath taken...
Job 21:21
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... what pleasure hath he in his house after him, when the number of his months is cut off in the...
Job 1:21
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... said, Naked came I out of my mother's womb, and naked shall I return thither: the LORD gave, and the LORD hath taken away; blessed be the name of the...
Job 1:21: return thither - Study Note
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... return thither. Job was obviously not expecting to return to his mother’s womb. He was “worshipping” when he spoke these words (Job 1:20), acknowledging that his soul had come from God and would return to God. Note also that...
Dragons in Paradise - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - also Psalm 74:14; 104:26). It was described by God Himself in Job 41:1-34 as a fearsome, fire-breathing (v. 21) monster whose scaly hide (vv. 15-17) could not be pierced with sword or spear (vv. 7, 26-29). God also described a huge land dragon...
1 Thessalonians 5:18: every thing - Study Note
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... in everything (however, note also Ephesians 5:20). Compare Job 1:21; Job could give thanks even after losing all his possessions and even his children. Note also Habakkuk 3:17,18: “Although the fig tree shall not blossom, neither shall...
Adam and the Animals - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - ... and analogies from ail of them (note Proverbs 30:24-31 and Job 12:7, 8). God also foresaw the entrance of sin, of course, and therefore the future use of some animals for clothing (e.g., sheep, for their wool). Eventually, after the great Flood,...
Dragons in Paradise - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - ... Psalm 74: 14; 104: 26). It was described by God Himself in Job 41:1-34 as a fearsome, fire-breathing (v.21) monster whose scaly hide (vs.15-17) could not be pierced with sword or spear (vs.7,26-29). God also described a huge land dragon called a...
Human Suffering: Why This Isn't the 'Best of All Possible Worlds' - Article
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James J. S. Johnson, J.D., Th.D. - ... often led to erroneous conclusions. God devoted the book of Job to this subject, so we know this is an important topic. This shows that God will give answers to those who genuinely seek the truth about human suffering. And part of that truth is...
Theophany - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - of Samson, for example; Judges 6:22; 13:21,22). The patriarch Job could say, after deliverance from his sufferings: "I have heard of thee by the hearing of the ear: but now mine eye seeth thee" (Job 42:5). Much later the great prophet...
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