Dinosaurs in the Bible…

12 Jan


Job 40:15-24, “Take a look at Behemoth,which I made, just as I made you. It eats grass like an ox. See its powerful loins and the muscles of its belly. Its tail is as strong as a cedar. The sinews of its thighs are knit tightly together. Its bones are tubes of bronze. Its limbs are bars of iron. It is a prime example of God’s handiwork,and only its Creator can threaten it. The mountains offer it their best food,where all the wild animals play. It lies under the lotus plants, hidden by the reeds in the marsh. The lotus plants give it shade among the willows beside the stream. It is not disturbed by the raging river, not concerned when the swelling Jordan rushes around it. No one can catch it off guard or put a ring in its nose and lead it away.”

Over the years I often heard many people question the Bible on certain subjects, with dinosaurus being one of them. Since modern science states that these ancient reptiles roamed the earth long before man I searched the book of Genesis which I believed was originally the oldest book of the Bible. When a old Christian friend of mine pointed me to the book of Job in the Holy Bible. Upon reading, I was amazed to find out that the book of Job not only gives a very good description of a dinosaur like creature listed in the above scripture simply know as “Behemoth,” but also I learned that the book of Job actually predates the book of Genesis by 650 years! This old text was written by a unknown Israelite around 2150 BC, and gives very interesting facts between the interaction between Job, God as well as with Satan. This accountant takes place before the Earth became null and void as stated in Genesis 1:2, in which some other worldly disaster destroyed the Earth. Take the time to share this with none believers and continue to search your Bibles for the truth of God, remember Hosea 4:6, “My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge. ” Be blessed!!

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