On the first day, God created light and darkness. He called the light "Day" and the darkness "Night".
On the second day, God separated the water into two parts. One part of the water was above the other. He called this part of the water, "Sky."
On the third day, God separated the water from dry land. He called the water "Sea" and the dry land "Earth". He commanded that all the plants and trees with fruits of every kind begin to grow on the dry land and they did.
On the fourth day, God created two great lights, the greater light to rule the day , and the lesser light to rule the night. The greater light is called the sun, and the lesser light is called the moon. These lights were made to separate the nights from the days. He also made stars which appear in the night.
On the fifth day, God created the birds that fly over the earth and every creature that lives in the sea.
On the sixth day, God created all the animals of the land. He then made mankind. He made man and woman in his own image, and gave them the power to rule over the sea and the earth. Then, on the seventh day, God rested from all his work which he created.