Sunday, January 4, 2009

Genisis 1

I am going to try something that came to mind. We will see how it works.

I am going to read the 1rst chapter of each book of the Bible and then move on to the second chapter and the third and so on.... You get the idea.

So Here we go.......

In verse two the earth was with out form and void and it was dark. The spirit of God hovered over the face of the waters. Maybe light was created first because darkness and God can not be in the same spot at the same time.

Day one: Day and night were created. Separation of the dark and the light.

Day two: God separated the waters into Heaven (or sky) and the waters under the expanse (what will eventually turn into the oceans or the seas and lakes). The whole earth was covered with water. No dry land appeared at this day.

Day three: God pulled all of the water together and called them seas, and the dry land appeared. God saw that it was good. After the earth was separated from the water God spoke into being vegetation, plants, and fruit trees. God saw that it was good.

Day four: Lights were put in the heavens to separate the day from then night. The lights were used for signs and seasons, and for days and years. (people could use this verse to validate astrology.... I would have to say the signs are different signs than astrology). God created a greater light (sun) and a lesser light (moon).

Day five: Creation of living creatures in the water, birds,

Day six: creation of livestock and creeping things and beasts of the earth, according to their kind. Creation of "men" and men were given dominion over the fish, and the birds, and the livestock and every creeping thing on the earth. (This creation of man was before Adam and Eve in the garden. God told them to be fruitful and multiply. God created people to occupy the earth before he placed any one specifically to tend the garden. God Created Adam and Eve after the seventh day of rest. How cool is that). All the people and animals were given every green thing for food. Everything was very good on that day.

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