77 Questions – Can You Answer Them?



The book of job rocks! There are many really interesting things about the book, but I am really hooked on the science found in Job, and I hope you will be too!

Did you know?  In Job 38-41, there are 77 questions God asks Job and his friends.

Jaw Dropping!  It was a total jaw dropper to Job thatGod showed up and questioned him.  I can only imagine his reaction.  AND – God asked Job for a reply…  Ummmmm……

Here’s the cool part – There’s A LOT of science in these questions! 

Do you get it Job?  God starts laying out the cool stuff in Creation for Job. The big picture … “Do you understand my Creation?” Job 38:1-38

What?  Sarcasm in the book of Job? God asks Job, do you understand it all, were you there, you seem to think and speak like you do! (I admit I kind of enjoy that sarcastic part…ummm… but it would be a different story if God were questioning me…..)

Where were you when I laid the earth’s foundations?  Tell me, if you understand. 

Who marked off it’s dimensions?  Surely you know!  Who stretched a measuring line across it?  On what were it’s footings set, or who laid its cornerstone -

Are you curious?  What did God ask Job?    Stay tuned for more posts on Job or read Job 38 – 41 for yourself to find out!

Picture: By NASA- public domain

About Kimberly Guthrie

Kimberly Guthrie loves adventures in the outdoors. National Park Ranger, Outdoor instructor, curriculum writer, teacher and guide at Mount St. Helens’ Seven Wonders Museum are some of her life adventures. Kim continues to write and teach about the outdoors. Currently, she serves as outdoor education consultant for Allaso Ranch near Hawkins, Texas. Kim holds a bachelor of science degree in elementary education from University of Central Arkansas and a masters degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Northern Illinois University.
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