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Job 26 - AMP

2 How you have helped him who is without power! How you have sustained the arm that is without strength! 3 How you have counseled him who has no wisdom! And how plentifully you have declared to him sound knowledge! 4 With whose assistance have you uttered these words? And whose spirit came forth from you? 5 The shades of the dead tremble underneath the waters and their inhabitants. 6 Sheol (the place of the dead) is naked before God, and Abaddon (the place of destruction) has no covering . 7 He it is Who spreads out the northern skies over emptiness and For millenniums, various theories of what supports the earth--elephants, giants, and other fantastic means--were accepted by mankind as truth. The Bible made no such absurd error. How could Job, more than 3,000 years ago, possibly have known that God ``hangs the earth upon or over nothing," except by divine inspiration?hangs the earth upon or over nothing. 8 He holds the waters bound in His clouds , and the cloud is not rent under them. 9 He covers the face of His throne and spreads over it His cloud. 10 He has placed an enclosing limit upon the waters at the boundary between light and darkness. 11 The pillars of the heavens tremble and are astonished at His rebuke. 12 He stills or stirs up the sea by His power, and by His understanding He smites proud Rahab. 13 By His breath the heavens are garnished; His hand pierced the fleeing serpent. 14 Yet these are but the outskirts of His ways or the mere fringes of His force, the faintest whisper of His voice! Who dares contemplate or who can understand the thunders of His full, magnificent power?



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Thomas Swope avatar
It’s Not Talking About Prehistoric Beasts
Shared by: Thomas Swope on Aug, 2016
Summary: A study of the book of Job 26: 1 – 14
Series: Job
Joseph Smith avatar
That Old-Time Religion: Job's Friend Bildad
Shared by: Joseph Smith on Nov, 2009
Summary: When we are in distress, we do not want doctrine. We want a fresh encounter with God, we want listening friends, and most of all, we want, and have, a Redeemer.
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Scripture: Job 8:1-26:1
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 8,240
Chris Jordan avatar
Speechless (So You Had a Bad Day?)
Shared by: Chris Jordan on Apr, 2008
Summary: Even though the Christian life is primarily characterized by abundant life and joy, there are seasons where the Lord allows us to go through dark valleys. It is often during those wilderness times that we encounter God, and our faith is strengthened.
based on 2 ratings
Scripture: Job 26:14
Denomination: Foursquare
Views: 1,585
Tom Shepard avatar
Job Ponders The Power Of God - Job Chapter Twenty Six
Shared by: Tom Shepard on Feb, 2008
Summary: This is a study into Job chapter twenty six.
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Scripture: Job 26:1-14
Denomination: Independent Bible
Views: 2,164