Genesis is known as the seed plot of the Word of God. The title Genesis which is Greek, signifies "Birthplace" and the principal word in the Hebrew of Genesis is interpreted "in the first place"- words which show both the extension and cut off points of the book. It reveals to us the start of everything with the exception of God. Something else to notice is that it discloses to us just the beginnings. There is no conclusion here. Upon its certainties all the future disclosure of God to man is developed.
Satan seems to have uncommon ill will for the book of Genesis. It uncovered him as the adversary of God and the backstabber of humankind; it foresees his devastation; it portrays his fate. Without Genesis our insight into making God would be miserably restricted; we would be woefully unmindful of the beginnings of our universe. Genesis is the book of beginnings-the start of the world, the start of mankind, the start of transgression on the planet, the start of the guarantee of recovery, the start of family life, the start of man-made progress, the start of the countries of the world, the start of the Hebrew race.
It is the record of the beginnings of every one of these things. At the point when men because of otherworldly visual impairment, dismiss God's disclosure in this consummate record of beginnings they revere the maker, beasts as their precursors and fallen mankind as the bloom of normal development. Beginning starts with "GOD" yet finishes in box. This book is a background marked by man's disappointment. Yet, we find that God meets each disappointment of men. He is a superb Saviour. Beginning gives us at any rate 2000 years of record. It isn't totally history; it is the profound understanding of history. In two parts God flashes on the divider a record of the making of the world and of man. From that point on we see the tale of reclamation. God is taking lost man back to himself.
Numerous roots are recorded in the initial eleven sections: characteristic universe, human life, sin, demise, recovery, development, countries and dialects. The rest of the book from Genesis 12manages the start of the Hebrew race, first in its establishing through Abraham, at that point in its consequent improvement and history through the incredible figures of Isaac, Jacob and Joseph. It is also the record of human disappointment, first in a perfect situation (Eden), at that point under the standard of inner voice (from the tumble to storm), lastly under the male centric guideline (Noah to Joseph). For each situation of human disappointment, be that as it may, God addressed man's issue with sublime guarantees of sovereign elegance. It is along these lines fitting that the Bible's first book demonstrates to us the disappointment of man under each condition met by the salvation of God.