Our human imagination said, “Let there be ___________, and there was __________.

I’ve been pondering this for a few days. It almost sounds like verse 4 is a repeat of verse 3.

What struck me today is this: In our human imagination, we say, “Let there be __________ “(whatever you are imagining). And the thing you are imagining happens (“and there was __________.”).

Only after God in us imagines it happening and it actually happens, does God see in the physical world that which was imagined. “And saw God the light that it was good”.

Now, the one thing I’m still pondering on is this, “God divided the light from the darkness.” In other words, God separated the created from the uncreated, or the something from the nothing.

But why did it need to be separated?

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