Where to Look in The Bible – Beast-Chayah-Negro

Where to Look in The Bible – Beast-Chayah-Negro
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THE word beast appears throughout scriptures and often appears as simple “Beast,” or “Beast of the Field,” or “Beast of the Earth.” Three different Hebrew words are translated into the English word BEAST in the Bible. The Hebrew word CHAYAH means LIVING CREATURE, the word BEHEMA, meaning quadrupeds (like cattle), and BEIR meaning BRUTE BEAST. The Greek word ZOON translated BEAST means LIVING CREATURE.
In tracing this word down through scriptures, it is important to note that the Bible speaks of both quadruped (four-footed) beast and biped (two-legged) beasts. If you have failed to distinguish between beasts (quadruped) and beasts (biped) in the Holy Bible, you have missed a great deal of truth. We are concerned with the Hebrew word CHAYAH, which means LIVING CREATURE, and which we feel refers to the following biped (two-legged) beasts.
As you study the following scriptures and provide an answer to each question, perhaps the full implications the Bible biped beast will become more clear to you.