God’s work of division and naming demonstrate his providence and sovereignty, but also the work of his image. What does this have to do with us? Find out here, or. . . . You can can listen here. Don’t forget to subscribe!
We have now given attention to the works of God in the narrative of the primordial creation and on day one. We have seen among other things lessons in initiative and communication. In the following creation days, God demonstrates other aspects of work that apply to us as his image as well. As such, just […]
In the last section, we introduced a biblical sanction for human works and business. We discussed also a few points taken from the first verses of the creation narrative (Gen. 1:1–2). The first primal creation scene gives us lessons on initiative, confidence, and attitude, among other things. The narrative of the six days of creation […]
The “Heavens and earth” of the Creation narrative feature throughout Scripture as the throne and footstool of God. He appears in glory and fire in these spaces. He speaks to his people through these images and commands his people to copy these images in particular places. We see these themes appear throughout the cosmos, tabernacle, […]
Calvin’s Institutes — Family Devotional Edition Lesson 15 The Creator and the Creation Isaiah justly charges the worshipers of false gods with stupidity for not learning who the true God is from the foundations of the earth and the circle of the heavens (Isa. 40:21). Our intellect, however, is so sluggish and groveling it was necessary […]