Ayub (Job) 3:1-8 After this Ayub opened his mouth and cursed the day of his birth. (2) And Ayub spoke, and said, (3) “Let the day perish on which I was born, and the night it was said, ‘A male child has been conceived.’ (4) Let that day be darkness. Let not Aluah from above seek for it, nor let light shine upon it. (5) Let darkness and the shadow of death buy it back, let a cloud dwell on it, let all that blackens the day frighten it. (6) That night – let darkness seize it. Let it not be included among the days of the year, let it not come into the number of the months. (7) Look, let that night be silent! Let no singing come into it! (8) Let those curse it who curse the day, who are ready to stir up Luyatan (Leviathan).

Ayub (Job) 41:1-34 “Would you draw out Luyatan with a hook, or snare his tongue with a line which you lower? (2) Would you put a cord through his nose, or pierce his jaw with a hook? (3) Would he keep on pleading with you? Would he speak softly to you? (4) Would he make a covenant with you to be taken as a servant forever? (5) Would you play with him as with a bird? Or leash him for your young girls? (6) Would trading partners bargain over him? Would they divide him among the merchants? (7) Fill his skin with harpoons? Or his head with fishing spears? (8) Put your hand on him – think of the struggle! Do not do it again! (9) See, any expectation of him is disappointed – he is laid low even at the sight of him! (10) No one is so foolhardy to wake him up. Who then is able to stand against Me? (11) Who has given to Me first, that I should repay him – under all the heavens that is Mine? (12) I would not keep silent concerning his limbs, or his mighty power, or his fair frame. (13) Who shall take off the surface of his skin? Who approaches him with a double bridle? (14) Who shall open the doors of his face, with his frightening teeth all around? (15) Rows of scales are his pride – closed up, a binding seal. (16) One to the other they fit closely, not even a breath enters between them. (17) They are joined one to another, they stick together and are not separated. (18) His sneezings flash forth light, and his eyes are like the eyelids of the morning. (19) Out of his mouth go firebrands – sparks of fire shoot out. (20) Out of his nostrils comes smoke, like a boiling pot or kettle. (21) His breath sets coals on fire, and a flame goes out of his mouth. (22) Strength dwells in his neck, and fear leaps before him. (23) The folds of his flesh cleave together. They are firm on him, immovable. (24) His heart is as hard as stone, even as hard as the lower millstone. (25) When he raises himself up, the mighty are afraid. Because of his crashings they are bewildered. (26) No sword that reaches him does prevail, neither spear, dart, or lance. (27) He reckons iron as straw, bronze as rotten wood. (28) The arrow does not make him flee, sling-stones become like stubble to him. (29) Clubs are reckoned as straw, he laughs at the rattle of a lance. (30) His undersides are like sharp potsherds. He sprawls on the mud like a threshing-sledge. (31) He makes the deep boil like a pot, he makes the sea like a pot of ointment. (32) He leaves a shining path behind him. One would think the deep to be grey-haired. (33) No one on earth is like him – one made without fear. (34) He sees all that is haughty. He is sovereign over all the sons of pride.”

Psalms 74:10-18 O Aluahim, how long would the adversary reproach? Would the enemy despise Your Name forever? (11) Why do You hold back Your hand, even Your right hand? From the midst of Your bosom – end it! (12) For Aluahim is my Sovereign from of old, working deliverance in the midst of the earth. (13) You divided the sea by Your might; You broke the heads of the monsters in the waters. (14) You broke the heads of Luyatan in pieces, You made him food for the people living in the wilderness. (15) You did cleave open the fountain and the flood, You did dry up mighty rivers. (16) The day is Yours, the night is Yours too, You have established the light and the sun. (17) You have set all the borders of the earth, You have made summer and winter. (18) Remember this: the enemy has reproached YAHUAH, and a foolish people has despised Your Name.

Psalms 104:24-31 O YAHUAH, how many have been Your works! You have made all of them in wisdom. The earth is filled with Your possessions. (25) There is the sea, great and wide, in which are innumerable swarms, living creatures, small with great. (26) There do ships go; that Luyatan which You made, to play there. (27) All of them wait for You, to give their food in due season. (28) You give to them, they gather in; You open Your hand, they are satisfied with good. (29) You hide Your face, they are alarmed; You take away their breath, they die and return to their dust; (30) You send forth Your Spirit, they are created; and You renew the face of the earth. (31) The esteem of YAHUAH is forever, YAHUAH rejoices in His works.

Yashaw’yahu (Isaiah) 27:1 In that day YAHUAH with His severe sword, great and strong, punishes Luyatan the fleeing serpent, Luyatan that crooked serpent. And He shall slay the monster that is in the sea.



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One Response to Leviathan

  1. Allan says:

    this has been on my mind the last couple days. A friend of mine named Levi calls himself “Leviathan.” and when I heard this it reminded my of The Word…

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