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Creation And The Constellations - Article
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Henry 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 events...
Job 38:31
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... thou bind the sweet influences of Pleiades, or loose the bands of...
The Heavens Declare
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... configurations of the stars in the heavens have a purpose (Job 38:31-33). The "Speech" of the Day The "day unto day" faithfulness of constant stability and dependable processes is a "speech" without words...
Signs And Seasons, Days And Years - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - ... that God named the stars and their groupings (Isaiah 40:26; Job 38:31-32; etc.) and then revealed their prophetic meanings to patriarchs Seth and Enoch in order to record His great plan and purpose in creation permanently in the heavens. If so,...
Job 38:32: Mazzaroth - Study Note
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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 9:9: chambers of the south - Study Note
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... bright constellation Orion and the nearby Pleiades (see also Job 38:31). Near the latter is also the group of stars known as the Great Bear, or sometimes as the Ploughman. This group is actually what is meant by...
Job 26:13: garnished the heavens - Study Note
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... 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...
Job 9:9: maketh Arcturus - Study Note
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... (e.g., Isaiah 40:26), but also the constellations (also see Job 38:31-33). This fact surely relates to the fact that God created the stars as “signs” (not in the astrological sense but in the evangelical sense), as repositories in the...
Genesis 1:14: signs - Study Note
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... 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;...
Psalms 19:1: glory of God - Study Note
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... by God (Genesis 1:14) when He arranged the constellations (Job 38:31-33; etc.) originally set forth pictorially the divine plan of redemption through the coming “seed of the woman” (Genesis...
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