Subscribe to the CompellingTruth. What happened on each of the six days of creation? In Genesis chapters 1 and 2 there is an account of how God created everything that exists.
The allegories impart that Adam and Eve realized the situation they were in as a result of the rebellion —that a life had to be taken. The second day brought the separation between the waters below and above.
It tells about the distance that God put between mankind and Himself —forming an existence without Him death and one with Him eternal life. It also characterizes what took place between the Father and the Son when the Holy Spirit was taken up —leaving Jesus all alone on the cross.
On the third day something new appeared —the dry ground rose out of the sea. Lights were placed in the expanse of the heavens on the fourth day. The sun portrays God the Father with His light displaying the goal —life with Him.
His light is reflected by His Son mostly at night, but leads us into the day. And the Holy Spirit is shown as stars in the night sky —shining into the morning —His ambassadors.
The fifth day tells of beings in two vastly different physical realms. God made the beasts of the earth after their kind, and the cattle after their kind, and everything that creeps on the ground after its kind; and God saw that it was good.
The Allegories… The land animals represent the circumstances that we will have in this lifetime. We each have a set —they were designed specifically for us according to what we need to turn us to God. And He made us in His image and intended for us to dominate it all.
The Allegories… The earth is the place from which the bride of Christ comes. When the fall would come —and God the Father knew it would— salvation was set up to restore the otherwise lost bride.
The Trinity —shown by the sources of light— was ready to lead us to the kingdom before we dwelled here. The two destinations —heaven above and the deep below— were in place. Examples of those inhabitants —the birds of the air and the sea creatures— were already there as witnesses.
And the stimulus —the land creatures— to choose Him was there too. Sure, then the fall came and sin corrupted the whole thing. He is comprised of these same three parts. The Father is the One who thought out and designed the entire creation.
He knew just what was involved —the consequences of creating mankind. He knew that the fall would happen. And He knew the redemption required to make restoration complete. Nothing came as a surprise —really, how could it?
Jesus is the body of God. He was undoubtedly the I AM in the burning bush. By knowing our three parts and relating them to God we can better understand what He is about. All this so that we may grow closer to Him and respond in kind to His love.The day in which beasts, cattle and things that creep were first brought forth “from the earth” (Genesis ) is the same period that God formed man of “dust from the ground” (Genesis ).
But creatures were made “after their kind” the same day that God created man in the “image of God”, “male and female” a Sixth Day. The bible says that on the sixth day of Creation Week, God made all the animals that live on the land.
He did this by commanding the earth to ‘bring forth’ the land animals, and it did so. God made animals of special use to us, like cows, sheep and horses. It was on the sixth day that God created man, and He created man in his own image. He also created the animals on the sixth day, and he placed man in charge of all the animals.
He told man to be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth. The day in which beasts, cattle and things that creep were first brought forth “from the earth” (Genesis ) is the same period that God formed man of “dust from the ground” (Genesis ). But creatures were made “after their kind” the same day that God created man in the “image of God”, “male and female” a Sixth Day.
The twilight and the dawn were the sixth day. Genesis and. With this the heavens and the earth were completed, including all of their vast array. 2 By the seventh day God had completed the work he had been doing, so on the seventh day he stopped working on everything that he had done.
This is the sixth day, on which Adam sleeps, and a Bride is fashioned for him out of his side, in blood and water (Jn 34). On the seventh day, God rests from all His work (Gen. ): in the tomb, on Holy Saturday, the great Sabbath of the Lord. Creation: The Sixth Day - Animals and Man (Circumstances and Us) The earth is the place from which the bride of Christ comes. We were created in the image of God so that we would be His Son’s helpmate just as Eve was created in Adam’s image to be his helpmate. On the fifth day, G‑d filled the seas with fishes and other water animals. In to the air above the earth He put many birds of all kinds and colors and sizes. The Sixth Day. On the sixth day, were created all the other animals, large and small, those that walk and those that creep or crawl on the earth.
The Genesis creation narrative is the creation myth of both Judaism and Christianity. The narrative is made up of two stories, roughly equivalent to the first two chapters of the Book of Genesis. In the first, Elohim (the Hebrew generic word for God) creates the heavens and the earth in six days, then rests on, blesses and sanctifies the seventh.