Jehovah's Witnesses, what are the pillars of heaven spoken of in Job 26:11, and how could Jehovah "rebuke" them?

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  • TeeM
    Lv 7
    4 months ago

    “. . .“Yet once more I will shake not only the earth but also the heaven.” 27 Now the expression “yet once more” indicates the removal of the things that are shaken, things that have been made, in order that the things not shaken may remain. 28 Therefore, seeing that we are to receive a Kingdom that cannot be shaken, let us continue to receive undeserved kindness, through which we may acceptably offer God sacred service with godly fear and awe.” (Hebrews 12:26-28)

    Job is a book written in Jewish poetic form

    In poetic language pillars are symbolic denoting the very structure of heaven will be shaken and judged as to righteousness.

    Be it the literal heavens, or the spiritual heavens, all will be judged.


    • Paul4 months agoReport

      "Be it the literal heavens, or the spiritual heavens, all will be judged." Why would Jehovah judge the sun, moon, and stars? Did they sin against him? Even if for some strange reason he did "judge" them, how would he shake their "pillars?" Do the sun, moon, and stars have pillars holding them up?

  • Anonymous
    4 months ago

    Aren't they the Pillars of Nosgoth that Kain built his empire on following their corruption by the murder of Ariel.

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