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One of my most favorite verses is Genesis 1:1 because I believe it includes all other verses within it.  Most people read the English translated (by man) version that says something like “in the beginning God created…”

Is that what scripture actually says?  Here are the original words in the original order.

Now, seriously, ask yourself who does the creating (spiritual birthing)?  “He “does, doesn’t he?  Is this the father?  I believe it is.

Who is birthed?

Is it not Elohim?   Is this the Son being “begotten” or spiritually born?

Check out Psalms 2

I will declare the decree: the LORD hath said unto me, Thou [art] my Son; this day have I begotten thee Psalms 2:7

This is reiterated in Hebrews 1:5.

For unto which of the angels said he at any time, Thou art my Son, this day have I begotten thee? And again, I will be to him a Father, and he shall be to me a Son? Heb 1:5

Please  notice it is occurring on THIS day and is ongoing.  The entire old creation is being reborn into the new.   That’s something to celebrate today!

 

Ever wonder what single verse is the “universe”?

Check out Genesis 1:1. It’s an ongoing (never-ending) “in the begin inning”.

Is Genesis 1:1 the “uni-verse”? (single standalone verse)

 

We are and will be constantly be getting a  new heavens (location of spirit and soul) and Earth (location of body).  Please notice the “colon” at the end of the verse.  What is the purpose of a colon?

Doesn’t it separate what comes before from all that comes after?

Would that make Genesis 1:1 the “uni-(single) verse?