Setting Genesis Chapter 1 Day 4 into Pictures

 

Additional Study

Study the following words in the original Hebrew:

Genesis 1:14 owth “sign” Strongs 226
moed “season” Strongs 4150 Where else does this word appear in Scripture?
yowm “day” Strongs 3117
shanah “year” Strongs 8141

God’s calendar has some special features, How does it differ from other calendars?

God creates the dry ground and vegetation on day three of creation in Genesis 1

 

Additional Study

Examine the passage in a variety of translations and in the original Hebrew. Engage with the text and ask questions like, “Why did God repeat Himself about plants reproducing after the characteristics of the seed that is in them? Look up and study the definitions of the crucial words. These suggestions are only a beginning.

Genesis 1:9-12 zera “seed” Strongs 2233

 

 

 

Days 1 and 2 of the Creation Account

 

Additional Study:

Examine the following Scriptures in a variety of translations and in the original Hebrew. Look up and study the definitions of the crucial words. These suggestions are only a beginning

Day 1

Genesis 1:1-5 Elohim “God” Strongs 430, Bara “created” Strongs 1254,.

Day 2

Genesis 1:6-8 raqiya “expanse” Strongs 7549

Job 26:7 tohu “empty space” Strongs 8414, eres “earth” Strongs 776

Job 37:18 tarqia ‘spread out” by hammering Strongs 7554, musaq “as a molten” Strongs 3332, kiri “looking glass” Strongs 7209

Study Amos 9:6 in several translations and look up key words.

 

God's Creation Week

Before time, there was God and only God. He existed as The Invisible, The Word, The Spirit. God began His creation with His words “Let there be…” and whatever He said, was.

For six days God spoke and created and praised His work. He made the earth and the sky. He hung the sun and the moon He sent minnows and whales to swim in the waters, and polar bears and giraffes to walk their great territories. He painted the earth with flowers and clay, and the sky with sunsets and stars. Then do you know what He did? He formed a special creation that was made to be like Him – mankind.

And on His very first day with man, God rested. He set that day apart from the rest and made it special, a day to spend together with us.