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What is the appointed day in Job 1:4? Job 1:4 NASB 4 His sons used to go and hold a feast in the house of each one on his day, and they would send word and invite their three sisters to eat and drink with them. Job 1:4 NET 4 Now his sons used to go[a] and hold[b] a feast in the house of each one in turn,[c] and they would send and invite[d] their three[e] ...


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The answer to your question is inconclusive because it is open for interpretation and not enough substance to confirm or deny what it relates to. But it's worthy to note that 'appointed day' in verse 4 is 'Yom' which means 'day'. The word 'appointed' has been added. In verse 5 it is plural 'days' – days of feasting. The word 'seasons' used in Gen1:14 is the ...


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Many begin with the assumption that because Satan and God are having this conversation, this "presentation" of "the sons of God" is something that is taking place in heaven? If so, what could this possibly have to do with Job, and why would one automatically assume that Satan must be in heaven for this conversation between Satan and God ...


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Pharaoh threw a party on his birthday in Genesis 40: 20 Now the third day was Pharaoh’s birthday, and he gave a feast for all his officials. King Herod threw one as well in Mark 6: 21 Finally the opportune time came. On his birthday Herod gave a banquet for his high officials and military commanders and the leading men of Galilee. Benson cites the ...


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Based on the scripture regarding Job's friends, in particular Eliphaz the Temanite (Job2:11) I would conclude that Job is not fictional but an actual person. Temanites were famous for their wisdom (jer49:7). Teman was the grandson of Esau (gen36:12) and is part of southern Edom. That places the timing of Job sometime after that. Job is also mentioned ...


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Genesis' intention was that God gave man rule over all creation by his nature. Adam then lost it when he committed high treason by obeying Satan. So man can rule or exercise dominion over anything by his nature because he lost it and sin crept in affected all creation (earth, water, land, beast, plants, trees, etc.) So the Bible says the earnest expectations ...


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