God divided the Light from the Darkness
I thank God the Father and the LORD Jesus for allowing me to know for a fact that the both of Them are real. I thank Them both for the wonderful blessings I have received from Them.
The scriptures I will explain through the revelation of the Holy Spirit are two verses in Genesis and the two verses are from the first chapter of Genesis. The 1st chapter and the 3rd, 4th ,5th ,18th and the 19th verses.
The 3rd verse says, And God said , Let there be light: and there was light. The 4th verse says, And God saw the light, that it was good: and God divided the light from the darkness. The 5th verse says, And God called the light Day, and the darkness He called Night. And the evening and the morning were the first day. The 18th verse says, And to rule over the day and over the night, and to divide the light from the darkness: and God saw that it was good. The 19th verse says, And the evening and the morning were the fourth day.
I said in one of my writings that the Holy Spirit has to give us revelation about God’s Holy Word. It is through the Holy Spirit that we are able to understand God’s Holy Word. Some of the scriptures in God’s Holy Word sounds like they are saying the same thing and some of the scriptures sound like that they are saying that the same things happened on two different days. It will seem that way if the Holy Spirit doesn’t give us an understanding about God’s Holy Word. The Holy Bible doesn’t contradict what it says, but the Holy Bible may sound like it is contradicting if the Holy Spirit doesn’t reveal God’s Holy Word to us. Matter of fact, it is extremely hard to understand the Holy Bible without the teachings of the Holy Spirit. The Holy Bible is the only book that has ever come here on this earth that was completely right concerning everything the Holy Bible says because God doesn’t lie and everything that is in the Holy Bible comes from God.
There are some scripture in the Holy Bible that may sound like they are saying that the same things happened on two different days. So in other words, there are some scripture that may sound like the sun was created on two different days. There are two scriptures in the scriptures that I have chosen that sounds like they are saying that the sun was created on two different days, but the sun was created on the first day and the first day only. But if we would read the third verse and then read the eighteenth verse is sounds like the sun was created on the first day and then created again on the fourth day, but it is not the way it sounds. That’s why I say and you will agree that the Holy Spirit is the person who has to teach us God’s Holy Word. If the Holy Spirit doesn’t teach a person about God’s Holy Word than the Holy Bible may sound wrong or may sound like someone made a mistake, but in God’s Holy Word there are no mistakes.
God know what He is doing when He does something and because of that, He does everything in a perfect way so there are no mistakes in the things He does and creates; even the way God words things in which He may use a man to write down what He says. If God uses a man to write down what He says than everything that man said was correct because he only wrote down what God had told him to write down. Moses was the holy prophet who wrote all the words that were written in the first five books in the Old Testament and because Moses believed completely what God had told him is the reason why God revealed to Moses the wonderful things that Moses wrote down in the five books in the Old Testament. Moses believed God completely and he didn’t questions anything God told him and that is what we have to do to receive from God revelation about His Holy Word. Because everything in God’s Holy Word is correct all the scriptures agree with one another. So there are no scriptures that don’t support one another. All of the scriptures in God’s Holy Word support one another and the Holy Spirit will show us how the scriptures are connected to each other. When the Holy Spirit does that than God’s Holy Word will make complete sense rather than sounding either contradicting or sounds like something was repeated in two different occasions.
Verses three and eighteen are two of those verses that sound like the same thing happened on two different days, but the two verses don’t mean the way they sound. If you notice in the third verse it sounds like it says the same thing that verse eighteen says and it sounds like the two verses mean the same thing, but they don’t say the same thing and they don’t mean the same thing. Through the Holy Spirit I will try to get you to see how the two verses are saying and meaning something different. The part of the two verses that sounds like they are saying and meaning the same thing is when the two verses say, divided the light from the darkness. This statement is said in the third verse and it is also said in the eighteenth verse, which were two different days. The third verse is the first day and the eighteenth verse is the fourth day. Because this statement is mentioned in two different days it sounds like God created the sun on two different days. It sounds like God created the sun on the first day and then He created the sun again on the fourth day because the same statement is mentioned in two different verses. Now this is when the Holy Spirit has to teach us about God’s Holy Word, but not just about this scripture, but about all of the scriptures I just worded it that way because these two verses are hard to figure out why the same statement is mentioned in two different verses.
Two different things happened on those two different days. God created the sun on one day and on day only and that day was the first day. God divided the light from the darkness on the first day completely different from the way He divided the light from the darkness on the fourth day, but it sounds like God did the same thing on both days, but He didn’t.
On the first day God divided the light from the darkness when He caused the sun to shine than He caused the sun to go out. It’s just like if you would turn a light off in a room by using the light switch. The light will turn on when you motion the light switch and the light will turn off when you motion the light switch again.
This is similar to how God divided the light from the darkness on the first day. So God caused the sun to shine than He caused the sun to go out. When the sun shined it was day and when the sun went out it was night. Now on the fourth day God did something completely different to divide the light from the darkness on the fourth day. What God did to divide the light from the darkness on the fourth day was He caused the earth to rotate on its axis and not only did God caused the earth to rotate on its axis, but God caused the earth to travel around the sun. Before the fourth day the earth stood still. In other words, the earth didn’t move at all before the fourth day. After the fourth day the sun’s system of shining is just like it is today, it constantly shines without going out. Now can you see the difference between the two days concerning the same statement? On the fourth day God also created the moon and the moon was the light at night. Without the Holy Spirit, those two verses sounds like the same thing happened on two different days, which was the creation of the sun, but now through the Holy Spirit you know the different between what happened on those two different days.