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Taurus, April 21-May 20, is the first of the last section of God’s Zodiac (Taurus, Gemini, Cancer and Leo). This group tells the story of the Reigning Redeemer who delivered his people from sin. Taurus, the judge, points to Jesus’s second-coming and ultimate rule. The first group (Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, and Sagittarius) tell the story of Jesus the suffering savior. The second (Capricorn, Aquarius, Pisces and Aries) the glorified redeemer.
This is the ninth article in a 13- part series entitled, “God’s Zodiac: The Gospel in the Stars.”
Star - Taurus - Head - Bull - Line
The main star of Taurus is found in the head of a bull in line with Orion’s belt. Taurus, the rushing bull with horns pointing upward, is the sign of coming judgment. God’s people will be delivered from evil and avenged.
Seiss says “the blessedness set forth in the scriptures we also find in the constellations, and more especially in the sign of the zodiac.”
Name - Star - Bull - Eye - Al
The name of the star in the bull’s eye is Al Debaran, which means “the governor, captain, leader.” The bright star at the tip of the left horn is called Elnath, which means the wounded, reminding us that Jesus, the coming ruler was “wounded for our transgressions.”
Taurus’ three decans are Orion, Eridanus, and Auriga.
Orion - Job - Writer - Homer - Joseph
Orion was celebrated by Job and mentioned by the Greek writer Homer. Joseph Augustus Seiss points to Jeremiah 16: 16-18 to describe the great hunter. Orion is described as the great hunter, “who cometh forth as light, the Brilliant, the Swift.”
Orion is located on the equator and is one of the most conspicuous and recognizable constellations in the night sky.
Job - Orion - One - Shoulder - Betelguese
Job describes Orion as invincibly girded, whose bands no one can unloose. On his right shoulder is Betelguese, a star of the first magnitude. It means “the branch coming.” On his left foot is Rigel,...
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