Was God’s First Day of Work “All Good”?

In the beginning, depending on the person you ask on any given day, one might say God’s first day of work was “All Good” and another person might say, it was the “Big Bang” that set it off and God had nothing to do with creation. What’s your take on this? Is it really “All Good”? 

 When I think about what God’s word describes in Genesis 1:1-5, a rhyme comes to mind. It goes something like this…

First day of work,

In the beginning of His work,

God created the heaven and the earth.        

The earth had no form.

Empty, covered with darkness and water was the norm.

God’s Spirit hovered over the water.

“Let there be light”, and this was because God gave this order.

God saw light in the hood.

And it was good.

Then He divided the light from the dark.

Its evening from its morning, and it was the first day to start.

The light He Called “Day”.

And the darkness, He called “Night”.

What’s your take of God’s first day of work?

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