The Lord as Creator and Re-Creator


“Thus says the Lord who created the heavens, the God who formed the earth—who made it secure and organized it, not to remain a chaotic waste, but designed it to be inhabited: I am the Lord, there is none other.” (Isaiah 45:18)

“It is I who made the earth and created man upon it; I with my hand suspended the heavens, appointing all their host.” (Isaiah 45:12)

“Lift your eyes heavenward and see: Who formed these? He who brings forth their hosts by number, calling each one by name. Because he is almighty and all powerful, not one is unaccounted for.” (Isaiah 40:26)

“The Lord is the God of eternity, Creator of the ends of the earth.” (Isaiah 40:28)

“I fashion light and form darkness; I occasion peace and cause calamity. I, the Lord, do all these things. Rain down from above, O heavens; let the skies overflow with righteousness. Let the earth receive it and salvation blossom; let righteousness spring up forthwith. I, the Lord, create it.” (Isaiah 45:7–8)

“Thus says the Lord, God, who frames and suspends the heavens, who gives form to the earth and its creatures, the breath of life to the people upon it, spirit to those who walk on it: I the Lord have rightfully called you and will grasp you by the hand; I have created you and appointed you to be a covenant for the people, a light to the Gentiles, to open eyes that are blind, to free captives from confinement and from prison those who sit in darkness.” (Isaiah 42:5–7)

“Thus says the Lord: At a favorable time I have answered you; in the day of salvation I have come to your aid: I have created you and appointed you to be a covenant of the people, to restore the Land and reapportion the desolate estates, to say to the captives, Come forth! and to those in darkness, Show yourselves! They shall feed along the way and find pasture on all barren heights; they shall not hunger or thirst, nor be smitten by the heatwave or the sun: he who has mercy on them will guide them; he will lead them by springs of water.” (Isaiah 49:8–10)

“Bring my sons from afar and my daughters from the end of the earth—all who are called by my name, whom I have formed, molded and wrought for my own glory.” (Isaiah 43:6–7)

“I will open up streams in barren hill country, springs in the midst of the plains; I will turn the desert into lakes, parched lands into fountains of water. I will bring cedars and acacias, myrtles and oleasters in the wilderness; I will place cypresses, elms and box trees in the steppes—that all may see it and know, consider it, and perceive that the Lord’s hand did this, that the Holy One of Israel created it.” (Isaiah 41:18–20)

“See, I create new heavens and a new earth; former events shall not be remembered or recalled to mind. Rejoice, then, and be glad forever in what I create. See, I create Jerusalem to be a delight and its people a joy.” (Isaiah 65:17–18)

“Thus says the Lord—he who formed you, O Jacob, he who created you, O Israel: Do not fear, for I have redeemed you. I have called you by name; you are mine. When you cross the waters, I will be with you; [when you traverse] the rivers, you shall not be overwhelmed. Though you walk through the fire, you shall not be burned; its flame shall not consume you.” (Isaiah 43:1–2)

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