THE STARS---GOD THE CREATOR IN JOB 38
Jesse M. Hendley
In Job 38 we have a wonderful statement of God, about
His tremendous power and of His creation. How
wonderful is our God in His marvelous creation of the
universe. We want to realize what He has done for us.
In Job 38, verse 1, we read, "Then the Lord answered
Job out of the whirlwind and said, Who is this that
darkeneth counsel by words without knowledge? Gird up
now thy loins like a man; for I will demand of thee,
and declare thou into Me. Where wast thou when I laid
the foundations of the earth? Declare, if thou hast
understanding. Who determined the measures thereof, if
thou knowest? Or who stretched the line upon it?
Whereupon are the foundations thereof fastened? Or who
laid the cornerstone thereof, when the morning stars
sang together, and all the sons of God shouted for
There God speaks of the creation of the world, and He
asks Job, "Where were you at that time?" Oh, the
questions God asks about His tremendous universe, and
the greatness of our God.
Today scientists are discovering something of the
wonders of the universe, and there are tremendous
findings today that are amazing. For instance, there
are photographs out in Palomar Observatory in this new
sky survey that is revealing for the first time very
faint, luminous patches of dust and gas.
Now out there in space we've read of suns. We've read
of planets that revolve around the suns. We've read of
the great Milky Way consisting of suns with their
planets revolving around them, and millions of great
milky ways on out in space. Also, we've read about
comets. We've read about asteroids, which are little,
baby stars, very small.
Now astronomy is finding out there in space, patches
of dust and gas. Astronomers have suspected this
material was there, because it altered the light of
stars trying to shine through from behind. The light
is troubled and can't get t ...
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