I wouldn't believe it unless I saw it myself. A brother went on stage and read
Jehovah is straight up talking to Job about a fire-breathing dragon in this passage. It was surreal to hear this read without as much as a raised eyebrow in the audience.
Here it is: (Mind you this is almighty God talking one-on-one with Job)
“Can you catch Le·viʹa·than with a fishhookOr hold down its tongue with a rope?
2-Can you put a rope through its nostrils Or pierce its jaws with a hook?
3-Will it make many pleas to you,Or will it speak gently to you?
4-Will it make a covenant with you,So that you may make it your slave for life?
5-Will you play with it as with a birdOr tie it on a leash for your little girls?
6-Will traders barter for it? Will they divide it up among merchants?
7-Will you fill its hide with harpoons Or its head with fishing spears?
8-Lay your hand on it;You will remember the battle and never do it again!
9-Any hope of subduing it is futile.The mere sight of it would overwhelm you.
10-No one dares to stir it up.So who is it who can stand up to me?
11-Who has given me anything first that I should repay him? Whatever is under the heavens is mine.
12-I will not be silent about its limbs,About its mightiness and its well-formed body.
13-Who has removed its outer covering?Who will enter its open jaws?
14-Who can pry open the doors of its mouth? Its teeth all around are fearsome.
15-Its back has rows of scales Tightly sealed together.
16-Each one fits so closely to the other That no air can come between them.
17-They are stuck to one another;They cling together and cannot be separated.
18-Its snorting flashes out light,And its eyes are like the rays of dawn.
19-Flashes of lightning go out of its mouth;Fiery sparks escape.
20-Smoke pours out of its nostrils,Like a furnace fueled with rushes.
21-Its breath sets coals ablaze,And a flame shoots from its mouth.
22-There is great strength in its neck,And dismay runs before it.
23-The folds of its flesh are tightly joined together;They are firm, as though cast upon it and immovable.
24-Its heart is hard as stone,Yes, hard as a lower millstone.
25-When it rises up, even the mighty are frightened;Its thrashing causes bewilderment.
26-No sword that reaches it will prevail;Nor will spear, dart, or arrowhead.