“In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.”
“So God created people in his own image,
God patterned them after Himself;
male and female He created them.”
Genesis 1:1, 27
The meaning of the Name:
In the first hours of time, God took upon Himself the work of creating a world of life. Out of “a waste and emptiness”, He moved and spoke and painted beauty. With His fingers, the Psalmist tells us, He created sunsets andstorms and hummingbirds and lightning. His creation reflects His very nature, shouting out His “invisible attributes” to a world empty without Him.
And He created us. Each of us, made in His image, a uniquely faceted aspect of who He is.
Elohim has been creating since He first opened the pages of His story and He is creating still.
He made you and He is still making you, writing your story as a part of His own. With intricate skill He carves His face into your life, smoothing roughened edges, correcting crooked angles, shaping His beauty into who you are.
Do you sense His artistry? Are you soft and pliable, yielding to His touch? Or are you oblivious to His creativity—dashing helter skelter through your days irregardless of His grace?
Pause a moment and think.
God began a good work in you before you were born and He hasn’t quit. In fact, He is perfecting and polishing His work in you today and every day.Are you impeding His progress? Resisting His touch? Dragging your heals at what you know He wants you to do? Could it be that you think you know better than Elohim what your life ought to look like?
Are you trying to control God?
If your soul confirms the conviction that what you really long for is His creative hand in your life and circumstances, then tell Him that right now. Let Him do what He has been doing since the beginning of time.
After all, He is…Elohim.
From My Heart,
Genesis 1:2 NASB Open Bible
 Romans 1:20
 Genesis 2:26,27: 9:6
 Psalm 139
 Philippians 1:6