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Creation And The Constellations - Article
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. - ... Orion, and Pleiades, and the chambers of the south” (Job 9:8,9). The book of Job is the oldest book in the Bible. It is not surprising therefore, that it contains a number of references to creation and the flood, for these great...
Job 26:13
... his spirit he hath garnished the heavens; his hand hath formed the crooked...
Job 38:32: Mazzaroth - Study Note
well as the stars, as “signs” (note Genesis 1:14; Job 9:8-9; Job 26:13; Job 38:31-33; Amos 5:8). Although the present corrupt astrological use of the signs of the Zodiac is forbidden by God (e.g., Isaiah 47:12-14), the original message...
Job 26:13: garnished the heavens - Study Note
... garnished the heavens. See also Job 9:8-9; 38:31-33. The “crooked serpent” is one of the constellations, all of which God’s hand formed, presumably as signs of His redemptive promises. The serpent is depicted in the ancient...
Genesis 1:14: signs - Study Note
... God even named the stars and their constellations (e.g., Job 38:31-33; Isaiah 40:26). For their possible significance, see notes on Amos 5:8; Job 9:9; 26:13;...
When They Saw the Star
... (Genesis 1:14). Then, according to God's message to Job, it was only God who could "bring forth Mazzaroth in his season" (Job 38:32), where Mazzaroth refers specifically to the twelve signs of the Zodiac?that is, the...
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