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Psalms 148:4: heaven of heavens - Study Note
... heaven of heavens. Psalm 148:1-6 of this central psalm of these five praise psalms exhorts the entire celestial creation, both the stellar and angelic hosts of heaven, to praise the Lord when He has redeemed and restored the...
The Enduring Work Of God - Article
Henry Morris, Ph.D. - ... to the created cosmos, as a whole. Many Scriptures (e.g., Psalm 148:1-6) assure us that the sun, moon, and stars, as well as the renewed earth, will continue to function through all the endless ages to come. Nothing can defeat God's primeval...
God's Library - Article
Henry Morris, Ph.D. - ... "For ever, O LORD, thy word is settled in heaven" (Psalm 119:89). The initial section of this Book ("Bible" means "Book") was probably written by the first man, Adam. At its conclusion, he appended his signature:...
Earthquakes in these Last Days - Article
Steven A. Austin, Ph.D. - ... God as this earth-shaking process occurred (Job 38:4-7; Psalm 148:1-6; possibly Psalm 104:5,6). Noah's Flood on the Earth. One of the primary physical causes of God's great judgment in Noah's Flood was the splitting open of all the...
Greatest Earthquakes of the Bible - Article
Steven A. Austin, Ph.D. - ... God as the earth-shaking process occurred (Job 38:4-7; Psalm 148:1-6; possibly Psalm 104:5-6). Today, the earth’s continental crust (41 percent of the earth’s surface, including the continental shelves) has an average elevation...
The City with Foundations - Article
Henry Morris, Ph.D. - and other components of the cosmos will never pass away (e.g. Psalm 148:1-6). God is not capricious, so must have a purpose for everything He has created. Since we know from astronomy as well as the Bible that "one star differeth from another...
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