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This was originally a gift" for a woman in who is getting married shortly. Several other women in our church requested copies for themselves, they said they enjoyed hearing it read aloud. I would appreciate some "critical" feedback. I have not attemptd to write anything in several years and feel very nervous about the whole piece. Thank you. I did enjoy the experience of writing it.
God made Adam in His image and said it was “very good.” (Gen. 1:31)
Adam who was God’s crowning achievement of all creation.
Adam who was given dominion over all the fish of the sea,
all the birds of the air and the cattle over all the earth
and even over all creatures that crept over the earth.
Adam who named all the animals as God brought them to him;
Adam who lived in the midst of the Garden of Eden
and had everything provided for him.
Adam discovered in the midst of the abundance of creation,
that he himself was all alone. (Gen 2:20b.)
Even though God said, all of creation was very good, God Himself said,
“It is not good that man should be alone.” (Genesis 2:18)
And the LORD God created Woman “out of Adam’s side and Adam’s bone.
God brought the first woman to the first man.
So, Adam became the world’s first poet as he fell in love
and rejoiced at the first sight of his “newly created” wife.
And immediately, the first wedding came off without a moment’s delay.
Being the first wedding there was quite a bit about it that was unique –
there was no minister, no choir, no organ, no maid of honor
or best man, no wedding license, no bouquets of flowers, no wedding cake to cut,
not even golden bands to exchange with one’s beloved.
There was, however, the LORD God’s blessing and His command “to be fruitful and multiply.” (Gen 2:27) And the love the first man and first woman freely exchanged
one with another.
Scripture doesn’t record it, but there must have been the first kiss,
with many, many more to come quickly after.
There was no need to go find a hotel for the night.
Adam and his new bride had all of the Garden of Eden to use for their good pleasure.
There were no rules yet about when to turn the lights out
or when the loving newlyweds had to leave their marriage bed. (Gen. 2:24)
God created Adam to lead his new wife and to love her.
Eve, as Adam named her (Gen. 3:20), was created out of Adam
to "be a helper" comparable to him and to love and live her life out with him.
God created Adam and Eve one for each other and blessed their union and told them
to be become one and to cleave to one another.
And thus was the first marriage conceived, created and blessed by the Lord God.
And the Lord God said it was, “VERY GOOD.” Genesis (1:31)
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