Job in Land of Shem’s Great Grandson Uz Understood That His Savior One Day Would Stand on Earth But Twice?


In the book of Job recorded not more than a few centuries after Noah’s Flood (during the Ice Age), the poor beleaguered soul (in chapter 19 verse 25) says though that his Savior one day will stand on earth, foretelling Jesus the Messiah’s first coming, the second not apparent to Job at that time, or was he then referring to the return of Jesus as the Lion of Judah at the end of the Great Tribulation? Also in the book of Job (chapter 34 verses 27-28) is a simple explanation of hydrology, indicating how the warmer ocean in the aftermath of Noah’s Flood was the engine for the Ice Age during which Job lived.