One day God looked upon the earth, a formless, dark, stormy void. He decided that he will create life and goodness on earth so he begun to plan out what he will create.
On the first day God decided to create light to overcome some of the darkness. God then said "Let there be light" and then there was light. God separated light from darkness and kept them in their own domains. he named the light "Day" and the darkness "Night."
In order to contain the water in one area God created a dome above the water. This dome was named the "Sky" while the water was named the "Sea."
On the third day God created many small lights in order to separate night from day. These lights will show the time when days, years, and religious festivals[ begin. these lights are called "Stars."
God also created two larger lights, One known as the "Sun" to rule over the day and one known as the "Moon" to rule over the night.
On the forth day God created the dry land and vegetation. After the earth produced many different kinds of plants, God was pleased with what he saw.
On the fifth day God created different species of sea monsters and creatures that lived in the sea. He told the sea creatures to reproduce and fill the sea.