If you’re a business owner, you understand how great it is to get your dream started. And you know what it feels like to work hard, build your dream, and turn on the lights for the first time. You don’t have to be a business owner to know what I’m talking about. There are other experiences like that.
There’s the thrill you feel the first time you turn on the lights to a new home.
Or turn on the lights in your new car. Or probably all kinds of other experiences I haven’t included. And it’s a thrill because that light that pours in symbolizes the beginning. The start of something new. The anticipation of all the exhilarating possibilities ahead.
Imagine how much more thrilling it must’ve been when the very first light got turned on. Because that light was the absolute first light ever. Well, the first created light anyway.
Here’s a description of how that day went. “Then God said, Let there be light”; and there was light. And God saw the light, that it was good; and God divided the light from the darkness. God called the light Day, and the darkness He called Night. So the evening and the morning were the first day.”
I can’t imagine how spectacular that must have been. But I CAN imagine how to describe it to kids. In fact, I DID imagine AND describe it to kids. In my book, The Very First 6 Days. Here’s a sample from the book…
The Very First Day
Before there were created things, and darkness filled the air…
No world or human beings were existing anywhere.
Then God created earth and sea and all the heavens too.
There was no sun, no moon, no stars, and only God shone through.
He looked down at the waters and the dark face of the deep.
The earth was still and quiet just as we are when we sleep.
He said, “Let there be light” the way a perfect, true God could,
And then He saw the brand new light and knew that it was good.
Then God divided light and dark, and darkness He called Night.
The light would be called Day, and it was pleasing in His sight.
That evening and that morning wouldn’t be the total sum…
No, that was just the very first day…five were yet to come.
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