Part of His Glorious Plan

God saw all that he had made,
and it was very good.
And there was evening,
and there was morning—the sixth day.
Thus the heavens and the earth were
completed in all their vast array.
By the seventh day
God had finished the work he had been doing;
so on the seventh day he rested from all his work.
~ Genesis 1: 31 – 2:2

All Part of His Glorious Plan

In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth
His Spirit hovering over it all
He created day and night
Celebrating the first of countless days to come
God created sky and land
Preparing the world for his ultimate creation
God created plants and trees
Still they echo His beautiful artistry
God then created the moon, sun, and stars
To light the way for mankind
He created the birds of the air and the creatures of the sea
Life now breathing in wondrous delight
He gave life to animals of every kind
And saw that all was good
But still He desired more
God created man and woman
In His own glorious image He created them
Blessing them with ultimate rule over all He placed before them
Walking with them daily
He inspired them, loved them, filling them with who He was
He gave them all He had
Asking nothing in return
A picture of His grace that will forever carry on

9 thoughts on “Part of His Glorious Plan

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    • I wasn’t sure what to think when I saw the title, however, I was very much in agreement with your stance, and concur that the Bible is a book about faith, belief, and love….not a book about science and the discovery of worldly things and concepts. Well written! God bless and keep you always! 🙂

  2. Some of the other bloggers were late adding their links, but they are all available now. Love your poem. God bless.

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