In biblical terms, the fourth watch of the night begins at 3 a.m. The four watches of the night are at three-hour intervals. The first watch begins at 6 p.m. and ends at 9 p.m.Know More
One of the mentions of the fourth watch of the night is in Matthew 14:25 of the New Testament. In this verse, Jesus is witnessed by his disciples as having walked on the water in the sea of Galilee.
The biblical hours of the day break at sunset. This is at 6 p.m. Calendar days in modern times have the break at midnight with 12-hour days and 12-hour nights.Learn more about The Bible
In the Bible, the name Moses means "take out," as Moses was taken from the river by the Pharaoh's daughter. Although many associate Moses with Judaism, he does have a role in Christian religions, too.Full Answer >
The 23rd Psalm begins, "The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want." The Psalm continues with five more verses, all of which speak of the Lord's love, care and protection for His sheep.Full Answer >
While cats are not mentioned as domestic animals in the Bible, there are references to them in the Bible. Probably the most infamous "cat" story in the Bible is that of Daniel in the lion's den.Full Answer >
Though there is some disagreement among biblical scholars about its exact age, the Earth is generally believed to be no more than a few thousand years old. Some biblical calculations show the Earth to be 6,000 years old.Full Answer >