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Thursday, April 12, 2018

Pasian Nisimna

Pasian in Kaalkhat sungah nisim na azatpen sunday-Saturday tawh na zang hetlo hi. Laisiangtho a nizatdan pen pawlkhat te in tello ahihman in anuai adan ahi hi. Telkhialh nading om vetlo hi. Sabbath deihlohluat man in pawlkhat te in tua a no sabbath zong nidanga tawh kibang nawnding ahia cizizen liang uh hi. Ken bel kacihna ah Topa thawhni ci a laisiangtho ah thawhkikna zat nading lah omlo na pi'n ih bawltangtang pen Laisiangtho in kalkhat sungah ni masa ni Zeisu thawhkikni ci a zang zizen ih hihteh atheilo kingei, ihmulo pipi ih mu kineih te phot hak mahmah bangin gengen ta leng utvetlo uh hi. Tuapen dawimangpa Khimna lianpi ahi hi. (Mark 16:9 King James Bible Now when Jesus was risen early the first day of the week, he appeared first to Mary Magdalene)

Pasian nisimna nikhatpan niguk sung pen Piancil 1-31 bupsungah avek in om a anisagih ni Pasian leh abawlsa na khempeuh Mihing Adam leh Eve akipan Nisagih ni Sabbath ni zang uh hi cih hoihtak laisiangtho in ong gen hi (Pian 2:1-3).

Creation Day 1 (Genesis 1:1-5)
God created the heavens and the earth. “The heavens” refers to everything beyond the earth, outer space. The earth is made but not formed in any specific way, although water is present. God then speaks light into existence. He then separates the light from the dark and names the light “day” and the dark “night.” This creative work occurs from evening until morning – one day.

Creation Day 2 (Genesis 1:6-8)
God creates the sky. The sky forms a barrier between water upon the surface and the moisture in the air. At this point earth would have an atmosphere. This creative work occurs in one day.

Creation Day 3 (Genesis 1:9-13)
God creates dry land. Continents and islands are above the water. The large bodies of water are named “seas” and the ground is named “land.” God declares that all this is good.

God creates all plant life both large and small. He creates this life to be self-sustaining; plants have the ability to reproduce. The plants were created in great diversity (many “kinds”). The earth was green and teeming with plant life. God declares that this work is also good. This creative work takes one day.

Creation Day 4 (Genesis 1:14-19)
God creates all the stars and heavenly bodies. The movement of these will help man track time. Two great heavenly bodies are made in relation to the earth. The first is the sun which is the primary source of light and the moon which reflects the light of the sun. The movement of these bodies will distinguish day from night. This work is also declared to be good by God. This creative work takes one day.

Creation Day 5 (Genesis 1:20-23)
God creates all life that lives in the water. Any life of any kind that lives in the water is made at this point. God also makes all the birds. The language allows that this may be the time God made flying insects as well (or, if not, they were made on day six). All of these creatures are made with the ability to perpetuate their species by reproduction. The creatures made on Day 5 are the first creatures blessed by God. God declares this work good, and it occurs in one day.

Creation Day 6 (Genesis 1:24-31)
God creates all the creatures that live on dry land. This includes every type of creature not included on previous days and man. God declares this work good.

When God was creating man, He took counsel with Himself, “God said, ‘Let us make man in our image, in our likeness’” (Genesis 1:26). This is not an explicit revelation of the trinity but is part of the foundation for such, as God reveals an “us” within the Godhead. God makes man, and man is made in the image of God (men and women both bear this image) and is special above all other creatures. To emphasize this, God places man in authority over the earth and over all the other creatures. God blesses man and commands him to reproduce, fill the earth and subdue it (bring it under the rightful stewardship of man as authorized by God). God announces that man and all other creatures are to eat plants alone. God will not rescind this dietary restriction until Genesis 9:3-4.

God’s creative work is complete at the end of the sixth day. The entire universe in all its beauty and perfection was fully formed in six literal, consecutive, 24-hour days. At the completion of His creation, God announces that it is very good.

Creation Day 7 (Genesis 2:1-3)
God rests. This in no way indicates He was weary from His creative efforts, but denotes that the creation is complete. Further, God is establishing a pattern of one day in seven to rest. The keeping of this day will eventually be a distinguishing trait of the God’s chosen people (Exodus 20:8-11).

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