Dí melo, si tienes inteligencia. God Elohim either the highest Being to be feared, from alah, to fear, - Hengstenberg, Delitzsch, Keil, Oehler, etc. Oh, what high thoughts should there be in our minds, of that great God whom we worship, and of that great Mediator in whose name we pray! And God went on to make the two great luminaries, the greater luminary for dominating the day and the lesser luminary for dominating the night, and also the stars. And there was evening and there was morning, a sixth day. And there was evening and there was morning , the sixth day.
Inferior creatures work by instinct, that is, practically by compulsion, and in subjection to rules and forces which control them. God called the light Day, but the darkness he called Night. In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. And God saw that it was good. Sorry, an error was encountered while loading comparison.
Let them serve as food for you. He was with God in the beginning. Tú das vida a todos ellos y el ejército de los cielos se postra ante ti. There is no such thing as a stupid question , if you what to know something!!! After that God saw that the light was good, and God began to divide the light from the darkness. Equally objectionable on the ground of grammar is the suggestion of Bunsen and Ewald, to connect the first verse with the third, and make the second parenthetical; while it is opposed to that simplicity of construction which pervades the chapter.
A El sea la gloria para siempre. Where were you when I laid the foundations of the earth? One who really believes Genesis 1:1 will have no difficulty believing the rest of Scripture. Tell Me, if you have understanding. In the Vedas, in the hymns recovered for us by the decipherment of the cuneiform inscriptions, whether Accadian or Semitic, and in all other ancient religious poetry, we find these powers ascribed to different beings; in the Bible alone Elohim is one. En el principio existía el Verbo, y el Verbo estaba con Dios, y el Verbo era Dios. But here He is called Jehovah-Elohim, and the double name teaches us that the coming One, the future deliverer, is God, the very Elohim who at first created man.
In this, the succeeding section, man ceases to be very good. There must, therefore, be some reason why in this narrative this peculiar junction of the two names is so predominant. And there was evening and there was morning, a fourth day. Paul tells us of a notable change in the language of the early Christians. The plural name of God in Hebrew, which speaks of him as many, tho' he be but one, was to the Gentiles perhaps a favour of death unto death, hardening them in their idolatry; but it is to us a favour of life unto life, confirming our faith in the doctrine of the Trinity, which, tho' but darkly intimated in the Old Testament, is clearly revealed in the New. In the beginning God created heaven and earth. And the Spirit of God was hovering over the face of the waters.
God saw that the light was good, and he separated the light from the darkness. Unless where it refers to the angels , or to heathen deities ; ; , or to earthly rulers , Elohim is conjoined with verbs and adjectives in the singular, an anomaly in language which has been explained as suggesting the unity of the Godhead. To the Hebrew this consisted of our one planet and the atmosphere surrounding it, in which he beheld the sun, moon, and stars. Sorry, an error was encountered while loading the book. He made the earth by His power; He established the world by His wisdom and stretched out the heavens by His understanding.
The New Testament boldly claims this as a doctrine peculiar to revelation. And let our make and place as men, remind us of our duty as Christians, always to keep heaven in our eye, and the earth under our feet. Al que con sabiduría hizo los cielos, porque para siempre es su misericordia. Con sabiduría las has hecho todas; llena está la tierra de tus posesiones. In the sense of producing what is new it frequently occurs in Scripture cf. Porque toda casa es hecha por alguno, pero el que hace todas las cosas es Dios. En el principio Dios creó los cielos y la tierra.
The heaven and the earth. The first section gives us the history of man's formation, with the solemn verdict that he was very good. The universe must have been created, but the First Law precludes the possibility of its self-creation. And God saw that it was good. God called the dry land Earth, but the collecting of the waters, he called Seas.
Observe, that at first there was nothing desirable to be seen, for the world was without form, and void; it was confusion, and emptiness. The faith of humble Christians understands this better than the fancy of the most learned men. En el principio creó Dios los cielos y la tierra. A word plural in form, but joined with a verb singular, except when it refers to the false gods of the heathen, in which case it takes a verb plural. In the beginning God made the heaven and the earth.