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The Weight Of The Wind - Article
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. - ... for the winds; and He weigheth the waters by measure” (Job 28:24,25). It was only discovered by scientists in modern times that the air actually has weight. This passage in Job, however, written thirty-five or more centuries ago,...
Job 36:27
... he maketh small the drops of water: they pour down rain according to the vapour...
The Rivers And The Sea - Article
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. - ... the clouds do drop and distill upon man abundantly” (Job 36:27,28). Water droplets are made very small by the process of evaporation so they can be carried aloft by the uprushing air forces over warm waters; later they “distill upon...
Job 37:11: wearieth the thick cloud - Study Note
... them aloft against the force of gravity, is mentioned in Job 26:8 and 37:16. This mystery has been solved by modern science, so that it is now understood that the droplets of liquid water in the clouds are kept aloft by the force exerted by...
Job 36:27: maketh small the drops - Study Note
... when “by watering He wearieth the thick cloud” (Job...
When It Rained Chocolate Kindness - Article
James J. S. Johnson, J.D., Th.D. - ... quote on 22. Regarding Earth’s water cycle, see Job 26:8, 36:27-28; Isaiah 55:10-11; Deuteronomy 8:7, 32:2; Ecclesiastes 1:7, 11:3; Amos 5:8, 9:6; Psalm 104:10-13; Jeremiah 10:13, 14:22, 51:16; Zechariah 10:1; Luke 12:54. Acts...
Genesis 2:6: mist - Study Note
... think. The Hebrew word simply means water vapor (compare Job 36:27); it refers merely to the local daily cycle of evaporation and condensation occasioned by the day/night temperature...
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