God created light as the first object He created on the first day. Before creation, God created the heavens and earth. The state of the earth was written in Genesis 1:1-2.
"In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. The earth was without form, and void; and darkness was on the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God was hovering over the face of the waters''. We can teach our kids about the creation of God and download creation activity pages as a device for presenting them.
It takes six days for God to create. After God created light on the first day, God created the atmosphere. Then, God continued making dry ground and plants. It was followed by the objects on the skies, which are sun, moon, and the stars. On the fifth day, birds and sea animals appeared due to the power of God. Animals and humans existed on the sixth day. Even though it is written in the form of the day sequences, however the duration of a day in the creation is not 24 hours, it is longer than that. It can even take time as many as thousands to billions of years. Using creation activity pages help to visualize the process of creation. This page also makes the learning process better. It’s because they can engage with the lesson by actively drawing and coloring the pages.
On the 7th day, God had a recess named the Sabbath of rest. God stated the command that the rest is needed to keep the creation holy. The statement was originally written in the biblical commandment. It is stated, "Remember the sabbath day, to keep it holy". This kind of day can be found in some religions too. Generally, the day of rest, like the Sabbath of rest, is recognized as a day in a week to do the observance.
The day term is translated from Hebrew word, yom. In the biblical hebrew, yom. Even though day defined by 24 hours of time, yom has several literal definitions, including:
1. Period of light.
2. Common term of time.
3. Benchmark of time.
4. Sunrise to sunset and vice versa.
5. A year.
6. An unspecified time period.
7. Long period of time, but has a clear definitive length.