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In The Beginning

“In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.”
Genesis 1:1

Talk about great opening lines. You can’t do better than the Bible does. Genesis 1:1 answers the age old question of the origin of the universe. But what’s even more important, that opening verse introduces us to the majestic One who is behind it all.

As another year commences, it seems appropriate to turn to the beginning and read the account of how an eternal God spoke into existence.

Of course, God as creator is just one of many descriptions of the Almighty that the Bible reveals to us. That’s why it might be a good idea to use the new year to study God, to find out more about who He is. For instance, in this great beginning chapter, we are awestruck by His power as He moves across the face of the earth, fashioning it as He wants, and furnishing it with plants, animals, and humans.

As the year moves along, why not make a special effort to know God more intimately. The best way to do this is to read the Bible every day and ask, “What does this tell me about God?” You know Him as the majestic, Almighty Creator through Genesis 1, but He’s so much more.

Use this year to get to know God as never before.

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