Genesis 1:1-2 "In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth."

Comment: 

Dear Friend,

Blessings on your new business! You’ve certainly named it from a Bible passage of great creative power—the very first verses of the Book of Genesis: "In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. The earth was without form and void, and darkness was upon the face of the deep; and the Spirit of God was moving upon the face of the waters" (RSV).
 
This priestly version of creation goes on to define the seven "days" or stages in which the power of God unfolds the creative process. It’s a creation of infinite potential, expressed as divine ideas emanating from Divine Mind. And it’s important to note that the creative process evolves out of darkness and formlessness. It is the creative Spirit of God moving upon the waters of infinite possibility that initiates the process.
 
Metaphysically, this passage—and the seven stages of creation that follow—represent the process we are called to move through, as the Christ of God, in order to bring our Christ energy into expression in the world around us. We are here in human form to continue this divine creative process, moving it forward to the next dimension that Jesus calls the kingdom of heaven. And it all begins with the vast potential represented by the Spirit of God moving upon—and acting upon—the waters of infinite possibility.

Blessings!

Rev. Ed