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Disobedience Caused Earth’s Doom

Long ago the earth was the most beautiful thing you ever did see. In fact, one of its most beautiful gardens was taken up to heaven when sin invaded the earth. Initially, the earth was void with no form. There was only water and darkness. However, there was a great man who, with two others, planned to make the earth a beautiful place in which to live. They planned to make a world free of pain, sorrows and death.

Earth Void and Without FormLong ago the earth was the most beautiful thing you ever did see. In fact, one of its most beautiful gardens was taken up to heaven when sin invaded the earth. Initially, the earth was void with no form. There was only water and darkness. However, there was a great man who, with two others, planned to make the earth a beautiful place in which to live. They planned to make a world free of pain, sorrows and death.

PlansThey first made light and divided it from darkness. This, they called day and the darkness they called night. The creators called the evening and the morning the first day of their creation. On the second day they said; “let there be a firmament in the midst of the waters and let it divide the waters”. The firmament was called heaven. On the third day, the waters under the heavens gathered into one place so that land could appear. The land was called earth and the waters were called seas. Then, the earth was told to bring forth: grass, herbs, and fruit trees according to its kind, whose seed is in it.

On the fourth day, the firmament was commanded to have lights which must be given to the earth. The lights divided the day from the night, and they were to be for signs, seasons, days and years. The greater light, the sun, were to rule the day and the lesser light, the moon, to rule the night. On fifth day, the waters were commanded to have an abundance of living creatures. Great sea creatures were created and every living thing that moved in the waters. The birds were commanded to fly above the earth and across the face of the firmament of the heavens. All living things were blessed and were told to be fruitful and multiply and to fill the waters in the seas, and the birds to multiply on the earth.

On the six day, the earth was commanded to bring forth living creature: Cattle, reptiles, insects, and the beast of the earth. Then, the creators created humans in their image, according to their likeness, a man and a woman and called them Adam and Eve, blessed them and told them to eat the herbs and the fruits provided. They were told to be fruitful and multiply. They were given dominion over the fish, birds, cattle, reptiles, insects and over all the earth. On the seventh day, the creators finished their work and rested. They blessed the seventh day and sanctified it.

Every living thing that inherited the earth, were given herbs for food as initially, meat was not consumed for food, this only occurred after the flood in Noah’s time.

Who were the creators?The creators were God the father, Jesus his only son, and the Holy Spirit. They created the heavens and the earth. Every living thing was commanded to multiply and fill the earth. When the God-head looked, they saw that everything was good. During the days of creation, each day was pronounced as the ‘evening and the morning of the first day, the second day, the third day, the fourth day, the fifth day, and the six day’. ThereforeArticle Submission, this information suggests that the day starts in the evening and not in the morning as we first believed.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR


Veronique Belmar write books on Biblical Prophecies, Health Books, Children's Books, Poetry, and many more. At the age of fourteen she started reading the Holy Scriptures. She read the Bible stories, such as the creation of the world, death of Christ, the resurrection, Christ's second coming, the judgment, Bible prophecies, and many more, and her writing is based on giving information that would help bring hope, joy, peace and happiness to others.Veronique Belmar is author of Words of Life (http://www.wordsoflifegh.com )



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