The Unveiling of Leviathan

The Bible makes a few references to Leviathan as seen in Isaiah (Isa 27:1), the Psalms (Psa 104:25-26) and Job (Job 41). This character is alluded to in other passages such as Amos 9:3. Who and what is Leviathan and what can be learned as it relates to today? Leviathan, in one form, is described as a serpent who has masteries over the sea. His strength is based on his ability to be concealed and hidden. He is seldom stirred or provoked due to the absence of light that would unveil his tactics (Job 41:12-16). He is also defined as being king over all the children of pride. Can Leviathan be drawn out; can he be defeated?
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