Let there be light at conception

Let there be light at conception – That first miracle recorded by God in the Bible, Let there be Light, also is found at conception with the sperm and egg.

Let there be light at conception

Let there be light at conception - That first miracle recorded by God in the Bible, Let there be Light, also is found at conception with the sperm and egg.

In the opening verses of the Bible, we encounter the profound miracle of creation when God declared, “Let there be light.” (Genesis 1:3) This divine proclamation marked the genesis of the universe, showcasing God’s creative power and the birth of illumination itself. As we delve into this miraculous event, we find parallels that resonate with the sanctity of human life, particularly in the conception process.

Just as God’s spoken word brought forth light, the moment of conception is a miraculous interplay of life’s inception. In the union of sperm and egg, a spark ignites, causing a zinc spark, initiating the wondrous journey of a new human being. It is a sacred moment, reminiscent of the divine command that illuminated the darkness at the dawn of creation.

The Bible affirms the sanctity of life and acknowledges God’s role in shaping each individual. Psalm 139 beautifully captures the intimacy of God’s involvement in the formation of a person: “For you formed my inward parts; you knitted me together in my mother’s womb” (Psalm 139:13, ESV). This profound connection between God’s creative act in the beginning and His ongoing work in the womb underscores the sacredness of life from its very inception.

The parallel between the divine declaration, “Let there be light,” and the moment of conception reminds us that life is a gift from God. It emphasizes the divine purpose woven into the fabric of every individual, crafted with intention and love. Just as God saw the light and declared it good, He beholds each new life with profound value and purpose.

As Christians, it is essential to recognize and uphold the sanctity of human life from conception. This perspective aligns with biblical teachings that emphasize the intrinsic worth of every individual. The connection between the creation narrative and the miracle of conception invites us to marvel at the divine design inherent in the unfolding of life.

In a world where the sanctity of life is often debated, embracing the biblical truth of life’s sacred origin reinforces our commitment to cherishing and protecting every precious life. The miraculous light of conception, echoing the divine command of creation, reminds us of the beauty and significance inherent in each person—a testament to God’s ongoing work in the tapestry of life.

In conclusion, the first miracle recorded in the Bible, “Let there be light,” finds resonance in the sacred moment of conception. This connection highlights the divine thread woven through the beginning of creation and the genesis of human life. As we contemplate this miraculous parallel, may it deepen our reverence for the sanctity of life and inspire us to uphold the inherent value of every individual, recognizing them as fearfully and wonderfully made by a loving Creator.

Subscribe To Courageous Christian Father!


Don’t miss any blog posts! Subscribe today! You can subscribe via WordPress or by entering your email! Thank you!

Follow Courageous Christian Father on WordPress.com

Join 1,614 other subscribers

Don’t forget to also share blog posts you love on your favorite social media too! Thank you! Sharing is caring!

Follow Steve Sews on Social Media

Below are some examples of blog entries from all the blogs that I do. (Courageous Christian Father, Steve Sews Stuff, and SteveZ DesignZ). 

Loading RSS Feed

Recent Posts

  • In God We Trust – One Nation Under God – In God We Trust Day
    In God We Trust Day a day based on that is imprinted on our currency here in the United States. Our Nation was founded under One Nation under God. Anymore it seems God has been removed from everything. We Christians are just taking it and not standing up for our beliefs and allowing this to happen all because today’s world believes in being politically correct (pc) they say. Did you know there is a In God We Trust Day as well? #InGodWeTrust
  • The Red & Black Ant Analogy — Understanding the True Enemy
    The Red & Black Ant Analogy — Understanding the True Enemy — In the natural world, there’s a fascinating phenomenon involving ants. If you place 100 black ants and 100 red ants in a jar, they coexist peacefully. However, if the jar is shaken, chaos ensues. The ants, now agitated, begin to attack each other, perceiving their fellow jar-mates as the enemy. This behavior provides a poignant metaphor for human society, where often the true adversary is not the one who appears different from us, but rather the one who incites division.
  • Hiding Mini Jesus Figurines
    Hiding Mini Jesus Figurines / Hiding Little Jesus Figurines — The activity of hiding mini Jesus figures in churches, schools, and stores seems to be a recent trend aimed at providing a physical reminder of Jesus’ presence in everyday life. It’s a way to encourage people to remember the spiritual aspect of their lives as they go about their daily routines.
  • Turning Off Meta AI in Facebook Searches: A Step-by-Step Guide
    Turning Off Meta AI in Facebook Searches: A Step-by-Step Guide — In the ever-evolving landscape of social media, Meta’s integration of AI into Facebook has been a topic of much discussion. While some users find the AI features helpful, others prefer a more traditional experience. If you’re among those who wish to turn off Meta AI when searching on Facebook, this blog post is for you.
  • God’s Not Dead 5: Rise Up
    God’s Not Dead 5: Rise Up — The God’s Not Dead film series has been a beacon of inspiration for many, blending drama with powerful messages of faith. As the fifth installment, God’s Not Dead: Rise Up, is on the horizon, the excitement among fans is palpable. #GodsNotDead #GodsNotDead5

Thank You For Reading Courageous Christian Father!

Thank you for reading. Please feel free to share and like this blog post.

About the Author

Author: Steve Patterson

A Christian Blogger that enjoys blogging about the Bible, Theology, God, Jesus Christ, Christian Music, Family, Cats, Odd Holidays, sewing and much more. I have been blogging since 2004, however, I have been blogging on Courageous Christian Father since 2012. I enjoy listening to Christian Music. I am married with 1 daughter, 2 step-sons and a step daughter.

Feel free to share your comment! Thank you!

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.