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Purpose Of The Creation

What is the purpose of Creation in it's entirety?

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 ---jeannette on 9/11/05
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God is love. Love requires someone to love and to return love. We were created to worship (return love) to God. The earth and all its fullness was created to sustain us.
---jerry6593 on 4/9/08

God created the earth so we would have something to stand on. The glory isn't in the creation of the world, the glory is in the love of the Creator that He thought everything out and made it perfect. Even original sin did not catch God unaware, as He was preparing the Messiah to come into the world as our sacrificed lamb even before He thought the universe into existence.
---Rabbi_Dean on 6/19/07

God created the Earth first because it was the most important in His mind. God, wanted His people to worship its Creator, namely Himself. >>>God created all three Heavens. 1.Home of the birds and clouds. 2.Home of the sun. moon. and stars. 3.Home of the angels and departed Saints.These eleven chapters>> Genesis 1-11 are absolutely vital in rightly understanding 1178 in the Bible.
---catherine on 6/13/07

The purpose of Creation was to give God an outlet for His wonderful creative power and more importantly an outlet for His marvelous love. I venture to say that without it, He might have been less wonderful and less marvelous! Just a thought.
---Pierr7958 on 6/13/07

God, as Creator, creates because of His "good" pleasure! (Gen. 1)
---Leon on 9/21/05

Excellent Scripture selection, Brucel!
---DoryLory on 9/11/05

Lets look at the begining in the book of Genisis. When God created the Earth where did he place man? In Paradise, the garden of Eden. This is how he orginally wanted thigns before Eve was decieved by Satan.& we have a chance to redeem ourselves by accepting his son Jesus Christ & those that do are Gods children .
---Candice on 9/11/05

Revelation 4:11, "Thou art worthy, O Lord, to receive glory and honour and power: for thou hast created all things, and for thy pleasure they are and were created."
---Bruce5656 on 9/11/05

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