PROOF: See for yourself, there really is a very  long gap in the  Bi…………………….ble!

 …the significance of the  translation of  ‘Hayah’s  is. I believe,  overstated.


…the Bible clearly points to a gap with or without it…

 The ‘Towledah statements’ are hugely significant in my opinion..

Looks to me  like Peter thought there were two floods..

Specific words with consistent meaning, what else would you expect from the  writer of your DNA code?

…types, metaphors and repeating themes…

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…sounds like a different flood to me…

..more humans than Adam and Eve created…

Born into a fallen state Kat Kerr..

Yet Eve still the mother of all creation?

  Biblical Evidence for Gap Theory

(Did the Lord Jesus Christ Himself confirm it? I think he did)

Summary of some Headings for this Page

***My Top Twenty Five Instances of a Gap Referred to in the Bible (There are more)  &

The Multiple Similitudes All Showing Very Strong Evidence for Gap Theory***-see below

1.The Kosmos Ruah Metaphor-There is a prolonged metaphor with multiple ‘logical typing’, that runs through Genesis 1 and 2. The metaphor was initially established by Paul the Apostle (2 Corinthians 4:6) and defines our salvation and testifies to Jesus Christ. Every single word in these chapters tells two narratives. This metaphor requires a perfect, then judged and fallen world to parallel Adam’s judged and fallen spirit. It is impossible for this to be a coincidence. It only works with Gap Theory. I suggest this is really the end of the argument.

John 5:39

‘…and they are they which testify of me’

I suggest that these Gap Theory Similitudes  are some of ‘they which testify of me’

Strangely the selective use of ‘kind’ and ‘it was so’ confirm this metaphor.

2. ‘It was so’ Hidden in Plain Sight

‘It was so’ has a plain and obvious meaning of ‘It used to be so’. I suggest, this is exactly what it means. ‘It used to be that way’ in the first creation. This is confirmed with its selected usage. Note, the placement of the ‘it was so’ statement in day 2 compared with the other days 3.4 and 6. In these days it is placed after the command-God said’- but here it is placed after the action ‘God made’. There is, I suggest, a very specific reason for this:

I suggest that Genesis is chronological throughout, so the ‘It was so’ statement cannot apply to God’s command being actioned as it is not actioned until the God made statement. Note the way ‘it was so’ is never used when the word created (‘bara’) is used. ‘Bara’ is used for man and whales (and possibly some other sea creatures and birds), all of which are not in the original creation so, they cannot be ‘it was so’ as they did not exist then. This is consistent with ‘bara’ meaning a new creation from God. And explains the omission of ‘it was so’  from some days or from a part of some day’s statements. (Genesis 20-23)  (Genesis 26-27) (Genesis 28).

Likewise, animals are described as now being (and used to be in the first creation) vegetarians and so are described  ’it was so’ whereas. man also is described as a vegetarian (now only and not in the previous creation because he was not there) sop he does not get the ‘it was so’ added.(Genesis 29-30).

So why does day 2 have the  placement of ‘it was so’ after the command is actioned  and not after the command itself? This is. I suggest, slanting the text specifically for the ‘kosmos-ruah metaphor’ (KRM). The ‘it was so’ still refers to the situation in the first creation-it used to be that way’- the first creation had a water canopy.  But, within the KRM, it describes what our spirit/soul was/were like before our born again salvation. Remade Earth-remade spirit and soul. Here, within the KRM God is defining the new anatomy of everyone’s spirit and Jesus’ and The Holy Spirit’s ‘placement’ within it. This appears to be different to Adam’s indwellings. The first command is still what God will do for our salvation as are all these commands throughout Genesis within the KRM.  So, this is before salvation and hence, even after completion of the ‘firmament’ it is still an ‘it was so’ statement with regard to the KRM. This text is a thing of astonishing beauty-so much information.

More on this in the ***Genesis Similitudes page ***

3. Genesis 1: 2 (KJV) -(I believe there is too much emphasis on this verse-the ‘Genesis similitudes’ explain why)

And the earth was (hayah) without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters

Alternate translation:

But  the earth became (hayah) without form….

The word ‘was’ (hayah) could be translated as became. The same word is used for Lot’s wife becoming a pillar of salt. The ‘and’ can also be translated as ‘but’.

With this in mind the text may be referring to a gap between Genesis 1:1 and Genesis 1:3  

There  appear to be good Hebrew scholars with better knowledge then myself either side of this argument, some who say the text means ‘was’, others say ‘became’. Some also claim that the initial ‘and’ could be translated ‘but’. Suffice to say there is contention here and it could mean either. If the translation is ‘but and became’ this is proof for Gap Theory, if the translation is ‘and’ and ‘was’ then this is still consistent with Gap theory.This seems to be a pivotal argument between Gap and anti-Gap protagonists but is not that important to me as there is so much more evidence to support Gap Theory. I am happy with the translation as was as this seems to be more consistent with the other uses of ‘was’ in all of Genesis-a description of a stepwise path. God could not mention a gap of many years at this point as it would invalidate a second narrative in the text that describes our salvation. here

4 The Word ‘and’ is Sequential Throughout Genesis 1.

Verses 2 through 26 all start with ‘and’. They are all clearly sequential and the verse ‘happens’ after the previous verse. So verse one says heaven and earth were created (past tense) so logically all the subsequent events were after this creation. (Isaiah 45:18) describes God’s nature as being unable to create anything ‘tohuw’. See below. Some counter this by saying Genesis 1:1 is a summary of what is coming but it is hard to imagine a summary that did not include mankind?

The order is also wrong in the sentence as he creates the heavens and the earth in Genesis 1: and in the rest of Genesis 1 he creates the earth then the heaven.

Genesis 1 is, in my opinion, chronological throughout and once you read it that way it does ‘seem’ the way God would reveal himself in the detail.

There is nothing in Genesis 1 3-31 that describes the creation of water, which day was that made? The plain first impression meaning is clearly that they were already there when God rearranged the waters.

Which day were the heavens stretched out? Stretching out the Heavens is generally thought to be creating our cosmos, dimensions and time. It would seem that God would have to do this first. If Genesis 1:3 is a first day activity, it would imply that the stars were also created then as well as they constitute the Heavens. (Firmament is the empty space and heaven is the populated (with stars) firmament. See Genesis 1 commentary.) This contradicts Genesis 1:16 which says they were made on Genesis day 4.

5. ‘Tohuw’

Isaiah 45:18 (KJV)

For thus saith the LORD that  created the heavens; God himself that formed the earth and made it; he hath established it, he created it not in vain,(tohuw) he formed it to be inhabited: I am the LORD; and there is none else.

Genesis 1:2

In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. And the earth was without form (tohuw), and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters.

Isaiah 45:18 states that God does not create things formless ‘tohuw’, it also states clearly that he did not make the earth in a state of ‘tohuw’ when he created it.

In Genesis 1 :1 God created past tense the earth, yet Genesis 1:2 says the earth was ‘tohuw’,

The two above statements are mutually exclusive statements. Did God make it in stages first in vain then organised?

It the above two biblical statements are both to be true something must have happened to it to make it ‘tohuw’ .

This is strong evidence for a Gap.

6. Genesis 2:4 (KJV).

Genesis 2:4 (KJV):These are the generations of the heavens and of the earth when they were created, in the day that the LORD God made the earth and the heavens

The consistent use of the Hebrew word ‘towledah’ throughout Genesis for multiple generations associated with somebody/something is also used for planet earth and the heavens above, thus strongly implying they have had more than one generation. This is very strong evidence for Gap Theory, see previous page Genesis 2 commentary.

7 ‘Asah, Bara. Yatsar’

If you accept that the individual Hebrew words  ‘bara,’ ‘yatsar’ and ‘asah’ must carry different  meanings if passages like (Isaiah 43:7) are to make sense, then  the only  way of interpreting Genesis 1 and 2 is with Gap Theory. Nothing else will fit. Young earth creationists cannot apply consistent and different meanings to these words. Likewise for traditional old earth and theistic evolutionists. See this site page ‘asah bara yatsar ‘ and ‘Genesis 1 commentary’ where this is discussed in more detail.

8. Pivotal Events

There is no time in heaven so God uses pivotal moments to define where He is in His timeline. l(Kat Kerr)  

I suggest the Bible will refer to some of these occasions and give them ‘weight’ in the text. An in depth study of the events of Genesis 1 and 2 reveal that Genesis 1:1 ’in the beginning’ and day 6, the creation of man are the significant events referred to most often and not the days 1-5.

There is no biblical verse that links the Genesis 3-31 creation account with the foundation of the earth. here.

The explored use of the term ‘Beginnings’ is inconsistent with anything other than Gap Theory. This site here.

The use of the term ‘foundation of the world’ (katabole kosmos) and ‘the world began ‘ (chronos aionios) is inconsistent with anything other than Gap Theory. This site here.

The only link is that Genesis 1:1 is just before Genesis 1:2, in the text but as already discussed the words used are, at least, equally consistent with a gap.The Genesis Similitudes will give a good reason for the omission of a gap (in order to tell two narratives simultaneously and to testify to the Lord Jesus Christ the second narratives having no long gap) here

9. 2 Peter 3:4-7

4.And saying, Where is the promise of his coming? for since the fathers fell asleep, all things continue as they were from the beginning of the creation

The stage is set at a time called the ‘beginning of creation’ which in this site we have explored and confirmed the insight of Stephen E. Dill in his book ‘In the Beginning(s)’ that this ‘beginning’ refers to the creation of man on day 6. See this site here.

The text then talks about a time of old:

5. For this they willingly are ignorant of, that by the word (logos) of God the heavens were of old, (ekpalai)  and the earth standing out of the water and in the water:

6. Whereby the world (‘kosmos’) that then was, being overflowed with water, perished (‘apollymi’):

Mankind (every man since the beginning of creation) have been willingly ignorant about a world of old that was flooded. Well everybody from before Noah could not be deliberately ignorant about Noah’s flood as it had not happened yet. This is a strong evidence it is referring to another flood before the creation of man.

Heaven(s) and earth that were then, heavens is in plural so is likely referring to both heavens referred to in Genesis 1, so, our atmosphere and the universe, See Genesis 1 commentary here

The first plain meaning is suggestive of a previous creation but could at this stage still be referring to the time before Noah’s Flood or any previous time in history for that matter.

Standing out of the water, I suggest, refers to land above sea level and I suggest ‘in the water’ is Earth as viewed from space surrounded by a water vapour shield. Or water canopy as some call it. (lKerr refers to this as a ‘water vapour shield’ in the first creation).

‘Perished’ literally meaning that all things have finished. ‘Kosmos’ meaning what adorns the world.

This is the another hint that it might not be referring to Noah’s flood because not everything that ‘adorns’ the Earth perished in that flood, fish survived, plants and maybe insects too and some humans and animals in the arc survived.

Whereas, the complete destructive judgement of a previous world as described in this site’s Long Life-Long Gap model would better fit the word ‘perished’.

7. But the heavens and the earth, which are now, by the same  word (logos) are kept in store, reserved unto fire against the day of judgment and perdition of ungodly men.

The term ‘which are now’ suggests that a difference exists but it also says heavens (plural) have changed, heavens should not have changed as there was no change to both heavens with Noah’s flood. The stars stayed the same.

If it were the singular term ‘heaven’ it would be possible but a stretch to say the water vapour shield had changed our then atmosphere (so heaven has too) but as the plural is used it must be referring to the cosmos too.

‘By the same word’ may be the key to understanding these verses. If the term word (logos) refers to a person then of the two sentences, the ‘heaven of old’ and the ‘heaven and earth which are now’, by the same word can only make grammatical sense it there are two different earths and heavens (plural) so two different acts by that ‘same’ person.

To show this I am going to take the liberty of temporarily substituting some words from the KJV with my own to emphasize the point.  The use of the word ‘same’ is the key issue’, by using same it implies:

5. The heaven and earth of old were made by Jesus ….

7. But the heavens and the earth, are held in store and by (made by) the same Jesus.

These two sentences imply two different acts of creation by the same creator.

For all creation God speaks and the Word (Christ) makes.

If the word ‘logos’ is referring to God’s spoken word (not a person) then the English meaning would still allow and could still apply to the Heaven and earth which are now. It would then mean that God’s word commanding the creation to happen and that same command was still somehow keeping creation going after some of it being preserved in Noah’s flood.  

But verse 5’s use of the word ‘by’ as being made (verb) by the word must be referring, at least in part to Christ, as the Word made everything, so logos must in part be referring to Jesus too.

If there was no second creation after Noah’s flood the use of the phrase ‘by the same word’ would then not make sense, there must be another creative act like the first one as it compares it to this first one.

The second judgment referred to is of the entire heaven and earth and not just the world upon it and all of it is destined to a fiery end.

This is consistent with two separate creations and Gap Theory

2 Peter 2:5

And spared not the old (archaios) world (kosmos), but saved Noah the eighth person, a preacher of righteousness, bringing in the flood upon the world of the ungodly

Compare the use of (archaios)  and (ekpalai) in the two chapters of Peter above. ‘Archaios’ is used twelve times and always refers to things to do with men or in the time of men in each and every time it is used. Hence, above 2 Peter 2:5 likely refers to a time when men were present.

Why was a different word used in 2 Peter 3:5 (interesting that it is the same verse btw): ‘ekpalai’ is used to describe the heavens so by implication these are heavens before men were around?

 10.Jeremiah 4:23-28’

23 I beheld the earth, and, lo, it was without form (tohuw), and void (bohuw); and the heavens, and they had no light.

24 I beheld the mountains, and, lo, they trembled, and all the hills moved lightly.

25 I beheld, and, lo, there was no man, and all the birds of the heavens were fled.

26 I beheld, and, lo, the fruitful place was a wilderness, and all the cities thereof were broken down at the presence of the LORD, and by his fierce anger.

27 For thus hath the LORD said, The whole land shall be desolate; yet will I not make a full end.

28 For this shall the earth mourn, and the heavens above be black: because I have spoken it, I have purposed it, and will not repent, neither will I turn back from it.

Jeremiah 4 seems to be describing three different topics, the chapter starts  talking about a coming judgement on Israel and advising Israel to repent and then in verse 23 - 28 it flips to a different judgment.

God seems to do this, to jump from one story to another related one without introduction. Describing a similar type to emphasis a meaning.

It is almost as if God is saying well ‘While we are talking about this here is another parallel example as well’ or in the case of Jeremiah 4 ‘While we are talking about judgment, what about this then?’ A parallel story.

The text at the end of the chapter reverts back to Israel and considers what it will be like during and after its judgment.

The middle verses of 23-28 describe conditions that could only exist, in my opinion, in a world decimated by a flood and darkness judgment and the only time in history that Jeremiah could make the statements is between Genesis I:10 and 1:11 within a Gap Theory framework. There seems to be no other time described or prophesied that would fit the parameters described other than the flood judged world beginning to be remade with the water just removed.

Revelators are Taken Back in time to See for Themselves?

I imagine Jeremiah being taken back in time or given a vision of the first world created in perfect harmony and then being taken back again to the same place after it has been judged and seeing it sometime between Genesis 1:10 and 1:11 after God has rearranged the water so that he could see land again. (When in the spirit you can see light form the spiritual realm also .l(Kat Kerr).. Hence Jeremiah can see with no sun )

Considering all of the above, it can only be Genesis 1, and viewing the world between verse 10 and 11 and a previous world being destroyed.

This is consistent with a previous world being destroyed as in Gap Theory and is strong evidence to support it.

10. Replenish (male)

In  Genesis 1:28 God advises man to replenish (mala) the Earth. If taken as literal English, you cannot replenish it unless it was stocked previously.

The word ‘mala’ is used 249 times in the Bible and seven of these are translated as replenish and the most notable one is instructions to Noah and his family to replenish the Earth after the flood. The usual meaning of ‘mala’ is to fill, but at least in this case anyway, the KJV translators thought it meant to refill.

If the word replenish is inspired then it is very good evidence for a gap.

12. Worlds (aion) in Plural

Hebrew 1:2 (KJV)

"Hath in these last days spoken unto us by [his] Son, whom he hath appointed heir of all things, by whom also he made the worlds;(aion)"

Hebrews. 11:3 (KJV)

"Through faith we understand that the worlds (aion) were framed by the word of God, so that things which are seen were not made of things which do appear."

The term ‘aion’ is consistently used as an age or time period and closer scrutiny (see this site here) shows it to apply to specific time periods.  The two sentences refer to creative acts ‘made’ and ‘framed’ (designed and imagined). So, Genesis days 1-6 begins one of these creative ‘aions’ but as ‘aion’ is used in the plural form then when is/are the other(s)? It is in the past tense so cannot be applying to future worlds.

Even if you do not accept this is the meaning of world (aion) as a time period and it just means a literal world then what, when and where are the other world(s)?

13. Psalm 104:30 Thou sendest forth thy spirit, they are created: and thou renewest (hadas) the face of the earth

‘Hadas’ is used 10 times in the Bible and is always translated as renew or repair. When was the face of the Earth renewed? Possibly after Noah’s flood and possibly an illusion to the changing seasons/life and death in general but the text is more consistent with a proactive God as described in Genesis 1, a previously destroyed and now reconstructed life on earth.

14. Psalm 82:5-8 (KJV)

5 They know not, neither will they understand; they walk on in darkness: all the foundations of the earth are out of course.

6 I have said, Ye are gods; and all of you are children of the most High.

7 But ye shall die like men, and fall like one of the princes

This seems to be a description of judged angels (they ‘die like men’ so they are not men?) walking on a ‘shaking’ planet earth, (which sounds a lot like the world described in Jeremiah 4)

This is consistent with Gap Theory as described on this web site’s Long Life-Long Gap Model

15. Psalm 104:5-7 (KJV)

5 Who laid the foundations of the earth, that it should not be removed for ever.

6 Thou coveredst it with the deep as with a garment: the waters stood above the mountains.

7 At thy rebuke they fled; at the voice of thy thunder they hasted away.

A flood covering mountains is described which could be Noah’s flood but the passage then describes the flood being removed quickly (‘fled’) at God’s command. Noah’s flood did not move by Gods instant command but appears to dissipate slowly. The description of God rearranging the waters is more consistent with the ‘commanding of flood waters to move’ as described in Genesis 1:6-10. This is consistent with Gap Theory.

16. Isaiah 14:16-17 (KJV)

16 They that see thee shall narrowly look upon thee, and consider thee, saying, Is this the man that made the earth to tremble, that did shake kingdoms;

17  That made the world as a wilderness, and destroyed the cities thereof; that opened not the house of his prisoners

This is consistent with Satan making the first creation or world a wilderness. This does not seem to fit in with any other time in history or prophecy, the whole world being a wilderness. Does the trembling and shaking indicate that Satan could instigate earthquakes? Causing tsunami led mass death and fossilisation in the process. Perhaps some end time prophecies may fit this scenario but in those it is not the direct result of Satan making the world desolate but God’s judgement and the above passage is in the past tense.

17. 2 Corinthians  4:6 (KJV)- Parallel lines: the flesh (human body and humans in general) and planet earth

For God, who commanded the light to shine out of darkness, hath shined in our hearts, to give the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ.

James 1:17 (KJV)

Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, and cometh down from the Father of lights, with whom is no variableness, neither shadow of turning.

Parallel stories; The Bible often deals with parallel stories or repeating themes or types, once the revelation of a first creation flood and darkness judgement is known and that this first creation was lit by the Glory of God then several parallel stories become apparent.

Earth: A perfect creation lit by the Glory of God (a deposit from the spiritual realm on high) falls into a satanic induced judgment of darkness and death-a gap occurs-and is then born again and relit by a physical realm version of God’s Glory light (the light of Genesis 1:14).There will be some darkness and some light. (Genesis 1:3) The Earth struggles on under bondage and decay but will eventually be remade, will no longer decay and will be eternal and glorious.

Every human and Adam: A perfect creation lit by a spirit from God (a deposit from the spiritual realm) on high and falls into a satanic induced judgment of spiritual death and darkness- a gap occurs-and then, when born again is relit by a physical realm manifestation of God (Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit). The human struggles on under the bondage of sin and decay and there will be some darkness and some light but man will eventually be remade into an eternal and glorious body.

On a general level also mankind is made perfect and then falls, dies and enters into a satanic induced judgment of spiritual death and darkness- a gap occurs from Adam to Christ’s resurrection- until mankind can be relit by Christ and the Holy Spirit, there will be some in darkness and some in light but some will eventually be remade to be part of an eternal and  glorious Body (of Christ)

Other very powerful (and conclusive?) metaphors become apparent too, see the links in the margin opposite.

was or became? tohuw towledah statments asah bara yatsar pivotal events peter thinks 2 floods jeremiah saw Genesis 1:11 replensih=restock worlds plural psalmists  knew about a gap  isaiah saw a world in wilderness parallel stories repeating gap types gap theory reveals  much Jesus hints Genesis 13-31 is a second creation job saw a judged world

uses two different adjectives (archaios) and (ekpalai) to differentiate the timings of the two.

 Would God inspire ‘woolly’ translations or be precise and consistent giving us more meaning?

16. Gap Theory Opening up Other  Scripture

Repeating themes, once we know that Genesis 2:4 refers to different ‘generations’ of Earth and the universe, we can also explore if similar sentence structure is used elsewhere in Genesis.

Genesis 5:1-2 exhibits this same structure and would seem to indicate God created more humans than Adam and Eve confirming lKat Kerr’s revelation. See the links opposite.

General Pattern

1.What is the subject matter?

2.When and how did  it come about ? What was the first of the series?

3.The subsequent generation/manifestation and how it came about.?

4.When did an important event happen?  A day of importance- ‘in the day’

Genesis 2:4 (KJV)

1. These are the generations of the heavens and of the earth……

2….when they were created….

3…..In the day that the …

4. …LORD God made the earth and the heavens

Genesis 5:1-2 (KJV)

1. This is the book of the generations of Adam….

2. …In the day that God created man, in the likeness of God made he him…..

4….Male and female created he them; and blessed them, and called their name Adam,(translated ‘mankind ‘in the  NKJV)…

3….In the day when they were created

NB There are two ‘in the day’ quotes, for Genesis 5:1-2-two important creations?

More Specific Pattern and Sentence Syntax key

1. A description of the subject matter: the first generation or first manifestations of something or someone and subsequent generations.  It may be referring to a generation previously described (were created) or generation just made or created.

2… How the first generation came about , was it created or made or born or begat?

3. The subsequent generation or manifestation, was it created or made or born or begat.?

4 ‘In the day’ seems to be a measurement of importance of that ‘day’ and possibly define when the statements  are being made.

Other Instances for Confirmation of Pattern

Gen 6: 9 (KJV) These are the generations of Noah: Noah was a just man and perfect in his generations, and Noah walked with God.And Noah begat three sons, Shem, Ham, and Japheth

Subject matter: Noah

How did he get there?: by perfect generation (genetically pure)

Future generation: Shem, Ham and Japheth,

How did hey get there? begat

Gen 10:1 (KJV) Now these are the generations of the sons of Noah, Shem, Ham, and Japheth:  and unto them were sons born after the flood.

The subject matter: the sons of Noah

How did they get there: born

Future generation: sons

How did they get here: born

Gen 2:4(KJV) These are the generations of the heavens and of the earth when they were created, in the day that the LORD God made the earth and the heavens.

The subject  matter: heaven and earth

How did they get there: created

Future generation: earth and heavens (order reversed)

How did they get here: made (a different word meaning a remake of a previous design)

Is the Syntax Synchronised for Revelatory Purposes?

Revisiting Genesis 5:1

1. This is the book of the generations of Adam….Subject matter Adam

2. …In the day that God created man, in the likeness of God made he him… did he get there? Created and it was an important day.

3….Male and female created he them; and blessed them, and called their name Adam,(translated ‘mankind ‘in the  NKJV)…Future  generations males and females

4….In the day when they were created ….How did they get here? Created they were important day(s) (‘In the day’)

***Here, Gap theory opens up an absolutely startling revelation? God did not just create Adam and Eve, confirming Kerr’s revelation***

        Types and Metaphors-The Holy Spirit and Eden, Jesus hints at a Gap

John 7:38 (KJV): He that believeth on me, as the scripture hath said, out of his belly shall flow rivers of living water.(But this spake he of the Spirit, which they that believe on him should receive: for the Holy Ghost was not yet given; because that Jesus was not yet glorified.

John 8:12 (KJV) Then spake Jesus again unto them, saying, I am the light of the world: he that followeth me shall not walk in darkness, but shall have the light of life. Jesus lighting up our life

The Garden of Eden was seeded from plants from heaven and not present on Earth (and not newly created  or made) l(Kat Kerr).- ‘..made to grow..’

Planet Earth is a perfect creation and falls into a death and darkness judgement and God remakes it with an added special new central creation of the Garden of Eden ‘seeded’ from heaven. Out of the belly of the Earth through Eden flows rivers of water that give life to Eden and all around.

Humans fall into darkness and a spiritual death judgment  and are reborn with The Holy Spirit/Jesus implanted from heaven which leads to living water proceeding out of the belly of humans which give abundant life to the host and the surroundings (fruit).

Living Water and  Rivers of Eden

Some properties of the the living water given to us by the Holy Spirit are revealed by the literal meaning of the names of the Rivers: Pison, Gihon, Hiddekel and Euphrates meaning overflowing, bursting forth, rapid and fruitful respectively.{ I suspect and it may also be that the actions of the living water are hinted at in the literal meaning of the places they reach.(Literal meanings in brackets)}

Pison reaches or encircles Havilah (circle) where there is gold, bedelium and onyx (precious metals and stones). Gihon encapsulates the whole of Kush (black). Hiddekel goes forward or east towards Ashshuwr (a step or an Assyrian}, Euphrates is only described with its name and means fruitful perhaps a metaphor and indication of the prime attribute and action of our living water’s function. (Matthew 17:15-20) (Isaiah 32:15)

lKerr has revealed the importance of precious stones within God as gifts for us and they seem to have some other value or function as well as aesthetics. lKerr has revealed that God places a precious stone (from the stones of fire within him) inside our spirit when we are saved. lKerr also describes how the River of Life runs from the throne room of God (and does contain precious stones within it) and so rivers of life coming from out bellies is being made in His likeness. The exact function of precious stone remains a mystery to me though. The antichrist is thought to be referred to as an Assyrian.

So, with the literal meaning of the destinies and paths of the Eden rivers in mind, it may be that the living water that proceeds out of our bellies is intimately related to precious stone ‘gifts’, and encapsulates and separates us from darkness and will confront evil and is always fruitful.

So did Jesus hint at a Gap Theory when he said the ‘scripture says living water will flow out of our bellies’. Was he referring to the Genesis 2 metaphor because I can find no scripture that does explicitly say that. However, the metaphor with  the rivers of Eden for the Holy Spirit does describe it, but the metaphor works better with Gap Theory as Eden is planted on a reborn Earth and The Holy spirit is planted in a new born again Christian. A born again Earth and a born again man. There are more possible living water references in scripture (here). More verses in Genesis 2 also show a very powerful similitude with The Holy Spirit and Eden in the link opposite for when God changes his name to Lord God in Genesis 2.

19 Job 38:…(KJV)

8 Or who shut up the sea with doors, when it brake forth, as if it had issued out of the womb?

9. When I made the cloud the garment thereof, and thick darkness a swaddling band for it,

10 And brake up for it my decreed place, and set bars and doors,

11. And said, Hitherto shalt thou come, but no further: and here shall thy proud waves be stayed?….

29 Out of whose womb came the ice? and the hoary frost of heaven, who hath gendered it?

30  The waters are hid as with a stone, and the face of the deep is frozen

The above verse describe a flooded, then frozen Earth in darkness and is consistent with the Long Life-Long Gap Model as described in this web site. ‘Issued from the womb’ is more consistent with God bursting the water vapour shield and not the slower process of Noah’s ‘rain’ flood again as described in the Long Life-Long Gap Model in this web site.  Water becoming frozen like a ‘stone’ is consistent with ice as also described in  Long Life-Long Gap Model. ‘Thick darkness’ sounds a bit like a darkness you can feel hinting at the same mechanism as God’s judgment on Egypt in the time of Moses. (Exodus 10:21)

20. Job 9 7 Which commandeth the sun, and it  riseth not; and  sealeth up the stars.

When were the stars ‘sealed up’ or are prophesied to be sealed up? (Not just covered with cloud)  The surrounding text describes God’s previous works, there seems to be no time in biblical history or prophecy when the stars were ‘switched off’. The stars being switched off is consistent with the Long Life-Long Gap Model as described on this site. In Genesis 1, God switching all of them back on again. This seems to fit ‘better’ with an electric universe model, see the main essay on this site.

21.Job 9::8 who alone spreadeth out the heavens, and treadeth upon the waves of the sea

‘Treading on the waves’ of the sea may be a prophetic allusion to Jesus walking on water or maybe describing a flat calm sea without waves as described in Long Life-Long Gap Model as presented on this site.

22 Job 37:10  By the breath of God frost is given: and the breadth of the waters is straitened

When did God breathe to make frost and straighten waters (I consider the latter may be referring to ice). By his breath would seem to be different to God speaking-his Word. This is consistent with God judging planet Earth as described in this web site’s Long Life-Long Gap Model by freezing the water on the flooded Earth with his breath. This would seem to be a direct confirmation Kerr’s revelation as such.

23 (Genesis 2:2-3): Seem to indicate that God has to sanctify created/bara works before he can rest but can rest after work he has just ‘made/asah’. This suggests that some ‘made/asah’ works have been previously sanctified and is consistent with Gap Theory. Why were just created things sanctified otherwise?

24 Genesis Days Please note that the Hebrew uses the definite article ‘the’ for the sixth and seventh day only. The other days could be translated day 1, day 2 etc.  The use of ‘the’ article can be to denote significance and this ties with Gap Theory. The previous days being a reinstall and although spectacular, the real importance is attached to day 6-the creation of man and day 7, a day of rest after working.

25 Name Change:The name of God changes in Genesis 2:4 from ‘God’ to ‘LORD God’. So, God chose this exact moment when the Earth remake is completed (born again) to describe a different and more intimate relationship with a name change. In similitude, man also has a more intimate relationship with God when born again, this is part of the ‘big metaphor’ as described in the link in the margin below. There need s to be a previously created earth for this parallel to hold.


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This site confirms the Bible is precise and consistent, the same person who wrote your DNA code also inspired the Bible and I do not think there is redundant data in either.  I believe the KJV Bible is inspired and the use of ‘bara’ and ‘asah’ and ‘yatsar’ have in this site been shown to have precise meanings and not to be interchangeable. Once their different meanings are established then Gap Theory is the only option.  The creation community seem to be worlds apart in their hermeneutics of Genesis 1 and 2, but the fact is Genesis 1 and 2 describe two worlds many years apart.

God knows every which way the Bible will be interpreted, there are no multiple coincidences about the same topic in it. Would he put all this evidence about Gap Theory in it by accident? Does He like sending us on wild goose chases? There is so much evidence that it just cannot be ignored.

I can find no direct biblical evidence to support a young Earth either.

Can you find 25 scripture quotes to support young Earth?

Can you find multiple similitudes with young earth or theistic evolution that testify to Jesus?

Even more with the ‘big metaphor’ in the link opposite.

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