Bible Cartoon: Genesis 01 - The first 7 days - Scene 06 - Sun, Moon and Stars

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Bible Book: Genesis
Bible Book Code: 0100101401
Scene no: 6 of 9

Bible Reference & Cartoon Description

Genesis 1:14-19 (NLT)
14 Then God said, “Let great lights appear in the sky to separate the day from the night. Let them mark off the seasons, days, and years. 15 Let these lights in the sky shine down on the earth.” And that is what happened. 16 God made two great lights, the sun and the moon—the larger one to govern the day, and the smaller one to govern the night. He also made the stars. 17 God set these lights in the sky to light the earth, 18 to govern the day and night, and to separate the light from the darkness. And God saw that it was good. 19 And evening passed and morning came, marking the fourth day.




None – except God!

I “drew” this scene as an addition to the web site composite graphic that appears on the front/home page. It is not my usual hand drawn ink outline. It is, in fact, a photograph of the Eagle Nebulae & then modified in PhotoPaint. I added the photo to an A4 background & drew / replicated the gaseous background, adding stars & finally the Earth & Moon. I wanted to show the grandeur of God’s creative nature. The idea to show a towering nebulae, dwarfing the Earth & Moon originally came in response to the reading on June 30th 2009 in “The One Year Bible”, Psalm 148:13 “Let them all praise the name of the Lord. For His name is very great; His glory towers over the Earth & heavens!”

Bible Doctrine Notes
1:3-2:25 GOD, Creator (1.13A)

This passage is the primary account of God’s activity as Creator. The passage does not explain how God created; He simply spoke things into being, from nothing into something. God designed the universe and declared the end result good in His sight.

1:3-2:1 CREATION, Progressive (2.13G)
The act of God’s creation went from the general to the specific, and from simpler to higher complexity. God worked for 6 days and rested on the seventh. Many people contend that the Hebrew term “day” em>yom should be translated as an unspecified unit of time, not a 24 hour period, especially since the sun and moon (which mark off time for us here on earth) were not created until the 4th day. Whether the creation took 6 literal (24 hour) days or a much longer period of time, the important point is that this miraculous creation of the universe was an act of love by a sovereign God. God as an orderly, purposeful Creator is th central emphasis.