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My Necessary Food - Article
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. - ... the words of His mouth more than my necessary food” (Job 23:12). The book of Job is probably the oldest book in the Bible, written even before the Mosaic laws had been inscribed; yet Job knew at least some of God’s commandments,...
Job 26:5
... things are formed from under the waters, and the inhabitants...
The Higher Law - Article
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. - ... and Abraham obeyed them. So did the ancient patriarch Job (note Job 23:12). The courts of our country, however, have now seen fit to ban even the Ten Commandments from the schools, and God’s laws are violated everywhere. Therefore,...
Job 23:12: the commandment - Study Note
... the commandment. See note on Job 22:22; also Genesis 26:5. Although it is now lost to us, God had given early man some kind of law code, long before Moses. Whatever this was, it was eventually superseded by the Mosaic laws and the rest of the...
Sowing Continually - Article
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. - ... and brought forth fruit” (Matthew 13:8). It is our job to be sure that the seed we sow is good seed, wherever we go—by word, by life, by giving, by listening, by our very presence, by praying, by whatever we say or do or even...
Godly Sowing - Article
Henry M. Morris IV - that sprang up, increased and produced” (Mark 4:8). Our job is to ensure the seed we sow is good seed—through our testimony and living example, by listening and praying, in everything we say or do or think—and then to trust God to...
Genesis 26:5: my laws - Study Note
... and obeyed the truth. Note also the same implication in Job...
Exodus 18:16: statutes of God - Study Note
... laws by God on Mount Sinai (see also Genesis 26:5; Job 23:12). These primeval laws have now disappeared, though some remnants may have survived in other ancient legal codes (Hammurabi, Hittite, etc.). In any case, they have been...
Job 26:5: Dead things - Study Note
... Dead things. The word for “dead things” refers to the spirits of the deceased. Some of these are constrained in sheol, or hades, far below the ocean waters. Some seem to inhabit the waters themselves, possibly the nephilim drowned...
Genesis 14:5: Rephaims - Study Note
... to refer to some of the spirits of the wicked dead in Hades (Job 26:5; Proverbs 2:18; 9:18; 21:16; Isaiah 14:9; 26:14). All of this suggests another irruption of demonic spirits after the Flood, possibly at the rebellion at Babel, with giant...
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