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Psalms 104:24
... LORD, how manifold are thy works! in wisdom hast thou made them all: the earth is full of thy...
Psalms 104:20
... makest darkness, and it is night: wherein all the beasts of the forest do creep...
Psalms 104:23
... goeth forth unto his work and to his labour until the...
Psalms 104:24: in wisdom - Study Note
... in wisdom. The present world and its complex ecosystems provide abundantly for God’s providential care of His creation (as summarized in Psalm 104:10-23), and also provide abundant evidence of His omniscience in planning, designing and...
Psalms 104:25: innumerable - Study Note
... innumerable. There are many more marine organisms, both in number and variety, than air-breathing birds, mammals, reptiles and amphibians. This is especially true in the fossil...
Psalms 104:2: coverest thyself with light - Study Note
... coverest thyself with light. This 104th psalm gives unique insight into the mysteries of God’s creation, from its first beginnings to the great Flood, to the providential care of His creation in the present world and to the consummation....
Psalms 104:26: leviathan - Study Note
... leviathan. The “leviathan” was a great sea-serpent or dragon (note Isaiah 27:1), almost certainly corresponding to the plesiosaurs or other marine reptiles like dinosaurs now only known as fossils. “Playing” in the...
Psalms 104:2: stretchest out the heavens - Study Note
... stretchest out the heavens. The “heavens” are simply the infinite reaches of created “space” in His space/mass/time universe. The “stretching out” may refer either to their limitless extent, or to their...
Psalms 104:25: great and wide sea - Study Note
... great and wide sea. The present oceans are deep and wide, whereas the pre-Flood “seas” were relatively narrow and shallow, though numerous. They now contain the drain-waters from the Flood which once were stored in the vast...
Genesis Is History, Not Poetry: Exposing Hidden Assumptions about What Hebrew Poetry Is and Is Not - Article
James J. S. Johnson, J.D., Th.D. - ... examples of Hebrew poetry in the Old Testament are Psalms, Proverbs, Lamentations, and Song of Solomon—but not Genesis. Example of Hebrew poetry, illustrating parallelisms of both similarity and contrast. Psalm 104:29  ...
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