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from Genesis 1
A, B, C…1, 2, 3… Everything begins somewhere. Imagine a place with nothing to see, hear, taste, touch, or smell. No earth, no sky. In the beginning, there was nothing but God the Father, His Son--Jesus--and the Holy Spirit.
God had a plan to create something big.
On the first day, God said, “Let there be light,” and light happened! God called it daytime. The darkness He called night. On the second day, God separated the sky and the waters, and on the third, He created land. Water whirled and swirled all around. God gathered the waters into the seas, and then up came land: hills, mountains, valleys, and plains.
God spoke again, and plants sprouted from the earth. Colorful flowers of every kind. Vegetables. Trees tall and strong, their branches loaded with plump, juicy fruit. God saw it all, and He said, “This is good!”
On the fourth day, God created the sun and popped the moon in the sky. God hung more stars than you could ever count!
But He wasn’t finished yet.
God created birds and sea creatures on the fifth day. Little minnows and giant whales. Tiny hummingbirds and tall ostriches!
Day six was really special! God filled the earth with animals. Worms wiggled in the dirt. Giraffes reached for the sky. Lions roared. Monkeys laughed.
Animals, animals everywhere!
But He still wasn’t done. What do you think God made next?
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