Our Lord, the Master Engineer of Every Thing

Scripture: (Genesis 1:1 NKJ) “ In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.”  (John 1:3  NKJ) “All things were made through Him, and without Him nothing was made that was made.

How often do you attempt something (i.e., a recipe, a craft project, or a painting) when you make an error and have to trash it and start over? Many of us are so skillful that errors are covered so well that no one ever knows how they looked at the beginning. There are others whose mistakes are costly, and starting over is painful and time-consuming.  

Our Lord is mighty and ever-powerful in ways man lacks words to explain. He is wise, all-knowing, faithful, omnipotent, love (I John 4:8), and He is Elohim, for He (God) does all things well. He is to be honored, acknowledged, and praised for who He is, what He has done and is doing in the world today. For God, all by Himself created all things, visible and invisible (Col. 1:16; John 1:3). NEVER, ever does God recreate what He has already made and declared good (I Tim. 4:4). Our Creator, God, is evident throughout scripture, from the book of Genesis to Revelation.

According to scripture, In the beginning, God created the Heavens by the Word (Gen. 1:1a: Neh. 9:6). By the breath of His mouth, the heavenly Host. The heavens declare His glory, and the sky above proclaims His handiwork (Psalms 19:1).    

In the beginning, God creates the earth. According to His Word and wisdom, He formed the earth to be inhabited (Isaiah 45:18). Therefore, God made man from the dust of His created earth and in His image (Isaiah 64:8); we are thus formed. All humanity is the work of his hand, created male and female, indeed without error. The greatest of His created gifts are invisible. Among these are the angels, the heavens above our head, time (planting/harvests), scents of the flowering plants, and salvation.

Prayer: Lord, marvelous are the works of Your hands. You and You alone are our Creator King. You are so worthy of all honor, glory, and praises. Hallelujah! In Jesus’  name. Amen

(by Novella Carpenter)

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