The week of the creation goes by the Easter (Passover) Full Moon, (Psl: 88:38) which would be the first Full Moon after March 21. So, while the Jews were Glorifying Jesus as King and hero, little did they know that this was the first day of the Creation. Then you have Adam’s birth or creation day falling on Good Friday April 15 this year. Ex: 12. The reading on Good Friday, and Holy Saturday Gen: 1. coincidently, we have a full moon during the end of the world week as well, at the close of Pentecost.
I heard this protestant minister. (Dr. Jobe Martin) compare the week of the creation with what our Lord did when He made wine at the wedding. He made that point about how long it takes to make wine, let alone good wine and yet Jesus made it all in an instant. If he could make that wine in an instant, then he could just as easily have made the world in a week. Good point I thought. I’ll drink to that.
There isn’t anything in the scriptures that can tell us about when God made Eve. Or how long they lived in the garden of paradise before they were expelled. I wouldn’t be surprised if there was a full moon that night or day He made Eve, as well? I would even bet there was a full moon on the night of the Annunciation. After all, he is the God of Romance, no?
Enjoy the Season, in Christ, Joseph 4-5-22 St. Vincent Ferrer. C Month of the Blessed Sacrament.