Interpretation of raven symbolism bible
In the Bible, the raven is not specifically mentioned as a symbol but it is referenced in a few passages. In the book of Genesis, it is mentioned that the ravens were used by God to provide food for Elijah while he was hiding in the wilderness.
In the book of Luke, Jesus used the raven as an example of how God takes care of all creatures, 'Consider the ravens: They do not sow or reap, they have no storeroom or barn. yet God feeds them. And how much more valuable you are than birds!' (Luke 12:24).
In the book of Job, the raven is mentioned as a symbol of God's providence and care for all creatures, 'Will the raven stop producing young or the ostrich stop laying eggs? (Job 38:41).
The raven is not often used as a specific symbol in the Bible, but when it is mentioned it is used to convey the idea of God's provision and care for all living creatures. It is also used as an example of how God takes care of all things, big and small, and how much more valuable we are to God.