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Job and Adam - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - ... as Adam, by hiding mine iniquity in my bosom." (Job 31:33) The patriarch Job lived long before Moses and the writing of the Pentateuch, yet he knew about Adam and his fall and likewise about God's curse on the world because of Adam's...
Job’s Testimony - Article
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David Woetzel, B.S. - ... in an even balance, that God may know mine integrity” (Job 31:4–6). The Book of Job unfolds in three dramatic acts. The first introduces the terrible tragedy in Job’s life. The second involves debate about the cause of...
The End Of The Lord - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - ... them happy which endure. Ye have heard of the patience of Job, and have seen the end of the Lord; that the Lord is very pitiful, and of tender mercy” (James 5:11). The Lord often allows godly men and women to go through severe...
After The Flood - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - ... also He sendeth them out, and they overturn the earth” (Job 12:15). The great flood of the Bible was such a traumatic global cataclysm, practically all the people groups that developed from its survivors kept its memory alive in their...
How Can A Man Be Just Before God? - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - “Then Job answered and said, I know it is so of a truth: but how should man be just with God?” (Job 9:1,2). The patriarch Job was the most “just” (i.e., “righteous”) man of his age, according to the testimony of...
Graven In The Rock - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - graven with an iron pen and lead in the rock for ever!” (Job 19:23,24). In the midst of terrible calamities and sufferings, righteous Job expressed a heartfelt longing to write down his experiences and meditations, that others might...
Absolute Trust - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - salvation: for an hypocrite shall not come before Him” (Job 13:15,16). The patriarch Job was, according to God’s own testimony, the most perfect and upright man in all the earth (Job 1:8), yet he was subjected to the most severe...
Come Forth As Gold - Article
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John D. Morris, Ph.D. - ... supreme importance to God was certainly recognized by godly Job in the midst of his heavy trials, for he claimed: "But He knoweth the way that I take: when He hath tried me, I shall come forth as gold" (Job 23:10). The context for this...
He Knoweth - Article
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John L. Groenlund, Th.D. - ... when He hath tried me, I shall come forth as gold” (Job 23:10). While Job, the speaker in our text verse, was an Old Testament “saint,” his experiences under trial are applicable to modern-day “saints.” The word...
The Weight Of The Wind - Article
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Henry 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,...
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