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What could the Bible possibly have to say about Meteorology? 
About 300 years ago we discovered and proved that air has weight. The relative weights of air and water are needed for the efficient functioning of the world’s hydrologic cycle, which in turn sustains life on the earth. These concepts are essential to us understanding the Earths water supply,  evaporation, etc.
 Job 28:24-26 NASB “For He looks to the ends of the earth and sees everything under the heavens. When He imparted weight to the wind, and meted out the waters by measure, when He set a limit for the rain and a course for the thunderbolt.”
Hydrology: The bible includes reasonably complete descriptions of the hydrologic cycle.  Job 36:27-29. “For He draws up drops of water, Which distill as rain from the mist, which the clouds drop down and pour abundantly on man. Indeed, can anyone understand the spreading of clouds, the thunder from His canopy. “ This simple verse has remarkable scientific insight. The drops of water which eventually pour down as rain first become vapor and then condense to tiny liquid water droplets in the clouds. These finally coalesce into drops large enough to overcome the updrafts that suspend them in the air and they fall as rain.
The Bible also describes the recirculation of water.  Ecclesiastes 1:7 “All the rivers run into the sea, Yet the sea is not full; To the place from which the rivers come, there they return again.”  It might surprise you to know that we did not always know this stuff.  We weren’t sure where the rain came from and how it all worked until around 300 years ago… so how did The Bible know?  You know the answer.  The one who inspired the writers was the Designer and Creator Himself!  You CAN trust it - we SHOULD be aching to read it! 
Love you all!
Pastor Jason