Ice Kates donated @IceKates
04 February, 10:14
"The raqia forms in the midst of the watery body, separating it into two parts and acting as a boundary between them. One part lies below the raqia, the other above it."


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Libertatem One @LibertatemOne
03 June, 12:17
Words and their origins/definitions help us to re-member the truth. Truth is revealed to each of us in a manner and amounts we can handle. It is God’s way of gently waking us up rather than a loud obnoxious alarm clock.

Firmament =Late Latin "firm or solid structure," which translated Hebrew raqia, a word used of both the vault of the sky and the FLOOR of the Earth in the Old Testament, "expanse," from raqa "to spread out."
Expanse = Hebrew for a solid barrier, also known as the Vault of Heaven, a solid dome over the top of a FLAT Earth.

Earth = Old English eorþe is "ground, soil, dirt, dry land; country, district," also used along with middangeard (Middle Earth) for "the material world, the abode of (hu)man" (as opposed to the heavens or the underworld).
Aero = Greek-derived is ‘atmosphere or air.’
Plane = from (1) Latin ‘planus’ is “level, FLAT” and from (2) PIE root ‘pele’ means “FLAT; to spread.”

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dennis scribner @Scribe_1
27 January, 11:20
•Day 1 of creation - God created six firmaments of heaven (six heavens) and the earth.
•Day 2 - God created a seventh firmament of heaven over the earth, the one directly over our heads.
•The Hebrew word for 'firmament' is 'raqia'.
It is defined as a solid, beaten out, expanse and understood as a vaulted dome.
•A literal interpretation of these words, according to their definitions, help make sense of many things in scripture - including, but not limited to:
- The physical division of waters above/below the firmament (Genesis 1:6-7, Psalm 148:4)
- The windows/flood gates of heaven through which the flood came. (Genesis 7:11)
- The heavens being made firm (Proverbs 8:28)
- The heavens being stretched out (Job 9:8, Isaiah 40:22, Jeremiah 10:12, Ezekiel 1:22)
- How the heavens could be rent/torn (Isaiah 64:1, John 1:51)
- The heavens rolling open like a scroll (Isaiah 34:4, Revelation 6:14)
- How a 1,500mile² literal Kingdom can sit in the third heaven above our heads (2 Corint

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