Notes On ' Genesis ' And ' The Days Of Creation Begin With Sunset ``

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Genesis 1:1-11, are very important scriptures that demand that we take a look back at our history when we begin to discuss human origin, relationships and civilization. It is here that we find answers to what has been a debate for many. Author, Lim (2013) states that, “In Genesis the days of creation begin with sunset because God is not bound by and does not emanate from natural forces such as the sun”. This is shown true in the verses simply explaining the creation of everything including the land the water the heavens, the moon, the stars, air and sea. Amazingly, he also created the separation of darkness and light and every living creature of the earth, including man, and he saw that it was good. This further proves that God is the ruler and judge of everything. In (Genesis 1:11) we understand that God worked and created the world in six days and after seeing that his work was satisfactory he rested on the seventh day. Right off hand God gives us an example to go by, he rested after completion of all his work and made that day sacred. “And God blessed the seventh day, and sanctified it: because that in it he had rested from all his work which God created and made” (Genesis 2: 2-3, King James Version (KJV)). These are instructions we should follow in our daily lives. In today’s world, the western culture doesn’t honor these instructions, as we tend to work on the days our employer suggests unless you work independently. God also hath destined it to be that

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