When God Made Me He Said Tada?

Author Sophie Owens

Posted Dec 15, 2022

Reads 58

Mountains above clouds

When God made us, He said “Tada” to represent His awe and amazement at the beauty of His creation. Regardless of our individual backgrounds, culture, or beliefs each one of us was handcrafted by God to be unique and special in our own way.

God's "tada" is elongated admiration as He chose each detail carefully from the color of our eyes to the shape of our nose – even down to just how we think. We are all beads in a heavenly necklace crafted into a tapestry with an infinite variety that only God could survey. After creating man and woman the bible states: "And God saw every thing that he had made, and behold it was very good..." (Genesis 1:31).

We should revel in being wonderfully made by seeking comfort deep within ourselves when we doubt that something is not quite right-- or savoring moments where we feel something remarkable. This perfect reminder from Him promises us with unwavering love that perfection lies within us if we spend time looking through the lens of gratitude towards ourselves just like we would if someone gifted us an extraordinary present - saying "tada!"

In this instance let's remember what He said when He created all things including you - TADA!

What did God exclaim when He created the world?

From the dawn of creation, God exclaimed in joy at the sight of His new creation. The Bible does not provide a direct quote from God as He created the world, but it does offer several clues about how this moment felt for Him.

In Genesis 1:31, we read that God looked upon all that He had made and was "pleased." This likely indicates that God was thrilled with what He had just achieved -- the universe and all its wonders. According to Psalm 33:6-9, when the Lord spoke to set everything in motion, “the entire echoing universe declared His splendor." Furthermore, Isaiah 45:18 says that "God Himself declared 'I am GOD; I make all things exist," which supports an attitude of awe and wonder while creating the world around us.

In addition to these Scripture passages, one can imagine what might have been going through God's mind as He created something out of nothing with just a spoken word. His intense love for humanity must have been overwhelming! After carefully constructing every detail so lovingly and perfectly, it is likely that wishful ambition bubbled within Him--concerns about whether or not mankind would fall short of His plans yet hope they would take steps towards fulfilling those goals in ways greater than He could even imagine.

All this leads us to believe that when God created our world–the crowning jewel among all other creations–He did so with immense joy from within His heart expressed aloud through shouts of jubilation!

What was God's response when He saw His first creation?

When God created the world, He saw it and declared that it was good. In fact, the Bible refers to Him taking joy in His work (Genesis 1:31). Seeing as Creation was a reflection of His perfect nature, due to its beautiful surroundings and plentiful resources offering everything that humanity needed physically, spiritually and mentally; this must have brought Him immense joy.

To see mankind for the first time would have been extraordinary for God – the only being in all existence that does not need another outside of Himself. To create something unique from His own self-sufficient being could only fill Him with both admiration and pride at what He had achieved; as His masterpiece of unfathomed proportions unfolded before Him for eternity.

God's response when He saw His first creation is something we can never fully comprehend this side of Heaven because its power lies far beyond our human understanding. We do however know however that we are made in His likeness (Genesis 1:27), so we can assume that his response was one filled with delight and overflowing love towards everything he had done since bringing forth light out of darkness (verse 3). Just as a mother looks down on their newborn baby - loving them unconditionally despite any flaws - so too did God love what He created during those gentle moments of Creation’s emergence into existence.

What did God say when He made man in His own image?

From the very beginning, God spoke a blessing over man. After creating Adam in His own image, Genesis 1:26 tells us that “God blessed them and said to them, ‘Be fruitful and increase in number; fill the earth and subdue it. Rule over the fish in the sea and the birds in the sky and over every living creature that moves on the ground.’”

In those few words we can see that God's intention for man was to live an abundant life filled with joy, purpose, and connection with him. He gave Adam power to fill limited space with love, laboriously till its resources for sustenance of himself as well as flora-fauna he would inhabit with.

With this commandment came a responsibility to care (Hebrew word shâmar) wisely for these resources so they could continue their existence perpetually while providing solace & sustenance- both physical & emotional-to generations unborn! How wonderful of our Creator to give such wise instructions right at creation! The scope of this divine mandate is often only realized when we consider stewardship within a global perspective!

God also blessed man with fellowship which was made possible by being made in His own image – imparting innate traits/ capabilities like creativity & emotion which set us aside from other creations of His; Skills further illumined through family structures- immediate or extended - offering support systems both logistic & emotional! Ultimately relations are designed by Him giving us tongues correctors when needed plus sharers of triumphs!

From these musings it is clear,therefore,that when God created Man in his Image He spoke Blessings!!

What words did God use when He created mankind?

God’s speech when He was creating mankind was a powerful, sacred moment. It is impossible to know precisely what God’s exact words were, but we can gain some insight into His thoughts and intentions for mankind based on scriptures in the bible.

Genesis 1:26-27 states, “Then God said, ‘Let us make man in our image, after our likeness; and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the birds of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth…So God created man in his own image.” This beautiful passage shows that God gave mankind dominion over creation because it was made in His likeness. He wanted us to share with Him a unique relationship where we could see each other and commune face-to-face.

Next Genesis 2:7 states that “the Lord God formed man of dust from the ground and breathed into his nostrils breath of life…and thus became a living being” (RSV). Here we can see how intentional God was when forming man – breathing life into him as symbolized by having breath enter through his nose -like how life passes from one generation to another through family lines –another example of meaningful symbolism given to us by an all knowing Creator!

From these passages alone it is easy to see that although coming up with exact words used by God is impossibility for us mere mortals;we can still understand that His love for mankind was shown through both creative naming conventions as well as powerful statements showing our uniqueness.In this way,God provided knowledge clarity which serve as important reminders today about what enlightened means there are created In His image!

How did God celebrate when He made Heaven and Earth?

No one can know with certainty exactly how the Almighty celebrated the momentous occasion that was the creation of Heaven and Earth. But it’s safe to say God was filled with immense joy as He gazed upon His wondrous works!

When God finished creating this beautiful world, besides celebrating its beauty and marveling at His own incredible power and creativity, He must have been bursting with pride for what He had achieved. As Psalm 19:1 says “The heavens declare the glory of God; And the firmament shows His handiwork.”

And because this magnificent accomplishment deserved recognizing, Scripture teach us that God chose to commemorate it in a very special way – by declaring a special day for all time since known as “The Lord’s Day:” The first day of every week – Sunday. So we honor Him on Sundays, not only because this is when Jesus rose from death unto life but also because it is recapping an age-old celebration that commemorates when our Lord took part in one of history's most epic events – The Creation of Heaven & Earth.

We also catch glimpses throughout scripture about how once-a-year celebrations like Easter & Passover are played out yearly so as to remind us to cherish & appreciate everyday that we have together here on Earth–underscoring how important these days were & are still today when joined perspective in lavish thanksgiving before our King Who made all things new & wonderful through Christ!

How did God announce the completion of His work?

The Bible tells us that God's announcement of the completion of His work was both subtle and triumphant. It all began in the Garden of Eden when God created Adam and Eve, setting a precedent for how He would unveil the rest of His plan.

The first major moment was after The Flood when God showed up in a great cloud to offer Noah and his family his protective covenant with humankind. That covenant promised divine protection and forgiveness following repentance. This established a direct relationship between God and His people, as well as set out a pattern to follow: Righteousness is rewarded with blessings while wickedness brings punishment.

Next came an extended period filled with revelations from prophets like Abraham, Moses, Elijah, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Daniel and others who spoke on behalf of an invisible God who had promised to intervene in human affairs if necessary. This announced that the time for change had come – for those clinging to sins – but also for those seeking redemption through faithfulness.

God made His final announcement when Jesus arrived as a babe in Bethlehem at Christmas time - fulfilling previous prophecies about our divinely-appointed savior. At this time it was more obvious than ever that Yahweh had come down from heaven himself - incarnating himself into mortal form so he could redeem humanity through his teachings on love & mercy grace & salvation – all yearned-for qualities which are only achievable through connecting with our Creator who became visible again ‘in the flesh’ because only He can reconcile us finally unto his perfect kingdom upstairs where eternal life awaits all believers!

Sophie Owens

Sophie Owens

Writer at Hebronrc

View Sophie's Profile

Sophie Owens is a seasoned blogger who has been writing for over a decade. She's an accomplished writer whose work has been featured in several publications. Her blog posts cover various topics, including lifestyle, fashion, and travel.

View Sophie's Profile