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 WHAT THE BIBLE REVEALS ABOUT DINOSAURS The Lord God was speaking to righteous Job.  “See now behemoth that I created as I created you (mankind).  He eats grass like an ox.  His strength is in his thighs.  His force is in the muscles of his belly.  He moves his tail like a cedar tree.  The sinews of his thighs are knitted together.  His bones are like tubes of brass.  His limbs are like bars of iron.  He is the first of the (animals) created by God.  Only God Who made him can approach him with His sword.  The mountains produce food for him where all the animals of the field play.  He lies under the lotus trees in the cover of the reed and the marsh.  The lotuses cover him with their shade.  The willows of the brook surround him.  If a river overflows he does not tremble.  He is confident though the Jordan River swells up to his mouth.  Can anyone take him when he is on the watch or pierce through his nose with a snare?” (Job 40:15 to 24). Read more at:


 EXPLAINING THE TRINITY If it is still hard for anyone to understand the three-in-one concept, we need look no further than our own species.  People are three-in-one.  ‘May the God of peace Himself sanctify you and may your spirit, soul and body be preserved sound and complete and blameless at the coming of our Lord Jesus our Messiah’ (1 Thessalonians 5:23).  We are all made up of three parts, spirit, soul and body.  When Adam was created, he had the spirit of life breathed into his body and he became a living soul (Genesis 2:7).  Adam became spirit, soul and a breathing body, three parts, each with its own role and purpose, all wrapped up in one package.  Adam was not three people but one person with three distinctive parts, each with its own role.  God is not three People, but One, with three distinctive parts, each with His own role. Read more at:


  DINAH THE DAUGHTER OF JACOB AND LEAH Jacob had other daughters (Genesis 37:35) but Dinah is the only one mentioned by name. The Bible does not tell us who the mothers of Jacob’s other daughters were.  Dinah (meaning ‘Judged’) was the youngest of Leah’s seven children born to Jacob and was known to have been very beautiful.  It seems she was a favourite with her six older brothers because when Dinah was abducted, raped and held captive by wicked pagans for the sake of their economy, Jacob’s sons murdered the rapist, his family, every male in the city then plundered the city for livestock and goods. Read more at: