There are tons of elements mentioned in the bible. In fact the Bible actually starts off with elements from the periodic table. In this essay I will be notifying you on some that I’ve came across from what I’ve read and researched. The universe is made up of 89 elements , which was classified 150 years ago. Where does the Bible talks about these elements? Well, in the first chapter of the book Genesis. If you read carefully and also correspond with the periodic table you will notice that the days of creation are elements. From what we’ve been learning so far the periodic table has groups. From Genesis 1:2 it says that the Spirit of the Lord was hovering over water. One of the most common elements to humans on the periodic table would be water, H20. Water is composed of two Hydrogen atoms and one Oxygen. There are plenty of bible verses that mention water, I will list a couple also including the meaning of the verse. John 7:38 states “He who believes in Me, as the Scripture said, ‘From his innermost being will flow rivers of living water.” To break this verse down section by section, I’ll start with the first part. “He who believes in Me..” In other words this is stating that those who believe in Christ Jesus. You have to have total faith, believe that God sent his only begotten son to die for our sins (John 3:16). The second part states “As The Scripture says..” You have to believe what the scripture says about believing in Christ regarding to many verses that talk about believing in Christ and trusting in Him. The last part of the verse “From his innermost being will flow rivers of living water” in a better understanding this verse says you will receive spiritual blessings, divine grace, in so great of an abundance, that you shall not only be refreshed and comforted yourself but also refreshing and comforting others. As we should know that water is the most abundant molecule on earth, so with this put in the text should give a great understanding of the text. Another verse that mentions water would be, John 4:14 which states “but whosoever drinks of the water that I will give him shall never thirst; but the water that I will give him will become in him a well of water springing up to eternal life.” What does this verse means you’re wondering? When it says but whosoever drinketh of the water that I shall give him, this means, the spirit of his grace. Then following that it says shall never thirst. To me this is the most important part of the verse. Why? Well , you wouldn’t thirst after sinful lusts and pleasures. You wouldn’t want the things of the world, because God has filled you up you’ve seen better from what you’ve been receiving. The next part states, but the water I shall give him, shall be in him a well of water. This means basically what I stated in the second part of the verse, you will keep wanting more of God’s blessing you wouldn’t turn back. Last but not least the last part of the verse says springing up into everlasting (eternal) life, this is a seed which remains. This seed never dies. According to the Bible it says that God created light as well as the water. Well, when light comes in contact with water it is considered sodium which is classified in the first group. According to Genesis 1:6 God separated the water above from the water below according to the periodic table there is a huge gap between the second and third group. The third day of creation is shown in group four, because on the third day God made trees, plants, etc. in group four it contains carbon, which is the backbone of plants. Also magnesium which is in the third period is the central element of chlorophyll which five plants the green color. On the fourth day according to Genesis 1:14 God created stars, moon, sun. This corresponds the element phosphorus, which is a shinning element. To skip to the sixth day God created human out of his own image. Which is stated in Genesis 1:26 . In group 6 it includes oxygen, which is the element needed for life. There are plenty of more elements mentioned through out the Bible. For example there are gold, silver cooper, and so much more. Some of the elements mentioned are probably not called by name, because they are before the periodic table. In my personal opinion this essay was actually really helpful. It taught me a lot just by researching and reading in between the lines. I never thought of periodic table elements being mentioned in the Bible.