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The Bible states that God created the Waters, but when did He do this?


If you notice in the book of Genesis Chapter 1 it does not state the day in which God created the waters within the 6 days of creation. Between verses 2 and 6 it implies that water already existed. However, throughout the bible there are verses that clearly state He did creat it. Why is it not described in the 6 creation days. How is this explained?

 

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    graceinus 3 years ago

    celafoe- I just find it very interesting that one of the most important things we need to sustain life and we don't know when God created it. It one of those mysteries that God placed in His word. Many thanks Celafoe.


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    Jessica Miranda (danijean99) 3 years ago

    Great explanation!


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    graceinus 3 years ago

    danijean99- You are correct, there are many things in the bible that God choses not to explain in detail. But it does leave a lot to wonder about. Many thanks.


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    KingdomCome 13 months ago

    Angele Parris- You have me a bit confused by what your trying to say, I wish you would have explained much further and how it relates to when water was created.

    Have a great day.

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    KingdomCome 11 months ago

    Interesting comment. I might read your Hub.

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    KingdomCome 9 months ago

    I think water effects our daily lives. Water being the one thing we can not live without seems to be one of the greatest mysteries.

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    charlie (celafoe) 2 months ago

    sorry but scripture says different. there IS NO rapture.

    Rev 20:5 says no such thing as you say. everything you say here is foolish conjecture and has NO SCRIPTURAL VALIDITY.

    THERE IS NEW HVN & ERTH CREATED FOR THE SAVED ONES


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    charlie (celafoe) 2 years ago

    this is another example from the minds of men and can not be proven as fact so of what use is it if we want TRUTH


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    graceinus 20 months ago

    MoWater- there is a creation point in Genesus as described in Chapter 1. But water is never mentioned as created in chapter 1. I rebuke the idea the water IS God because it is not mentioned as such in scripture. But thanks for your answer.


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    graceinus 3 years ago

    Paul K Francis- Thanky you for your answer.


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    charlie (celafoe) 3 years ago

    that does not fit with the scriptures so I reject it as an old wives tale


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    graceinus 3 years ago

    irenemaria. thank you for your answer. Could you please show me in verse 6 and 7 where it states God created water in these verses. And I find it interesting that it's not stated. Thanks.

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    graceinus 3 years ago

    Answerpleaser- I'm not so sure counting the generations of man will do the trick. But I would assume that if God truely want us to know He would have mentioned it. Many thanks for your answer.


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