Hello all my fine friends!
I am having a wonderful time with my sister in Ohio! Everything is so different here—so moist and humid, I love it! But I can sure see how things decompose so quickly here!
So what about all those dinosaur/dragon fossils? Does scripture say anything about them? Well it certainly gives us a clue. Let’s look at Psalm 74:13. “Thou didst divide the sea by thy strength: thou brakest the heads of the dragons in the waters.” Interesting scripture! One of those that tend to get skipped over because you have no idea what it’s talking about. But let’s look deeper and find its meaning. In reference to this scripture, The New Defender’s Study Bible Understanding the Critical Issues Of The Faith From A Literal Creationist Viewpoint, (KJV)“The mighty ‘dragons’ in the waters, the same as ‘levaithan’ (see also Job 41:1-34; Is 27:1), were invulnerable to human weapons and were probably great marine reptiles, like dinosaurs. These ‘dragons’ were broken and buried in the mighty waters and rushing sediments of the flood.” Isaiah 27:1 may also be referring to this event, “In that day the Lord with his sore and great and strong sword shall punish leviathan the piercing serpent, even leviathan that crooked serpent; and He shall slay the dragon that is in the sea.”
|Only the darker part outlined in red is unearthed fossil|
Broken bones is exactly what the fossil record show. Many, many fossils of dragons and other animals—most which have been crushed into pieces especially the more fragile skull bones—are what we find in the fossil deposit layers. Fascinating that scripture would mention such a thing.
Does anything else support this? Flood records are found throughout the world. All of which recount the drowning of all animals and people other than those who have survived on a large boat. This too backs up a global flood and the ensuing fossils.
God does not leave anything out. He is a God of order. He wants us to see His fingerprints everywhere, even—and especially—in the fossil record!
Take care and God Bless!
This week in the night skies: July 6 — The Moon passes 4° south of Mars.
Hogue, Bodie, Dragons, Legends and Lore of Dinosaurs, 2011, Master Books.
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