Genesis 1:6,8 nlt


Before the second day there was only water; above, below, and in between.
Then God separated the waters calling the expanse in the middle, sky.
Now there are the waters of the earth and the waters of the heavens and the
space between, the sky, in preparation for what was coming on the third day.

When you look at the sky what do you see?
Have you thought of it, not just as an expanse of blue that provides air,
but also as something that holds two bodies of water apart?

Blessings this day of grace,patricia (2)

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Genesis 1:3 msg


There was only darkness at first.
But God had plans and He knew His creation would need light.
From day one God was thinking of us and what we would need.
When it seems your world is dark as night remember God 
was thinking of you in the darkness and He created light.
He is your night light that will never burn out.

Is it not exciting to know God was thinking of us from the beginning?

Blessings this day of grace,patricia (2)

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Genesis 3:6 nlt


Satan tempted Eve and she let her imagination
take over and put aside what was real and true.  
She put what she knew from God aside.
All she thought of was what she wanted.  
In her imagination, the temptation
became bigger and better than God.  
There is nothing wrong with imagination but  
when we let it rule over what we know is true it can kill us.

Is there something you think about that threatens
to take God’s place in your life? 
What makes it so tempting?

Blessings this day of grace,patricia (2)

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Genesis 15:6 niv


Abram was counted as righteous because he believed God
not because he believed in God.
Just as we can know of a person and not know them personally
so it is with God.
Believing in God is the beginning of faith,
from there we are to know Him and believe Him.

Have you thought about this?
Do you see the difference between believing in and believing?

Blessings this day of grace,


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Genesis 1:31 niv


When God finished His work He looked around and saw it was very good.
He saw that it was very good, that’s all, just very good.

What are your thoughts about how God describes what He has made?  
What words would you use to describe His Creation?

Blessings this day of grace,