Day 1 (Light & Darkness)


Creation Day One Prophecy

Considering God’s Master Plan for planet Earth, the most important event to occur during Earth’s first 1,000 year period was the spiritual fall of mankind.  This happened when Adam & Eve sinned (disobeyed God) by eating the forbidden fruit from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil in the Garden of Eden.  Immediately afterward, mankind went into bondage to sin and its resulting death, and God proclaimed: “Behold, the man is become as one of us, to KNOW good and evil” (Genesis 3:22).

So, how did God foretell of this momentous event in the first day (24hrs) of Creation?  It’s in these words: “And God divided the light from the darkness” (Genesis 1:4).  In the Bible, God often refers to light as good and darkness as evil.  Therefore, God “dividing the light from the darkness” during day 1 of Creation prophesied of Adam & Eve’s (mankind’s) fall during Earth’s 1st millennium, whereafter good and evil became divided (separately discernable) in their hearts.



Adam & Eve had to sin before having children, otherwise there would have been other perfect (sinless) human beings on Earth.  This cannot be because the Bible confirms through Adam ALL mankind was born into sin and death. (Romans 5:12)
So how long do you think it took for Adam & Eve to conceive a child?  Since their genetics were pure, and God commanded them to be fruitful and multiply (Genesis 1:28), I suspect it was the very first time Eve ovulated.
The Jews have a tradition where they believe the first day of Creation was on Rosh Hashanah (Feast of Trumpets) and 10 days later (3 days after God’s 7 Day Creation week was over) Adam & Eve sinned.  The 10th day after Rosh Hashanah is Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement).
Consequently, it’s likely that God planned for EXACTLY 6,000 years to transpire between His “first day of Creation” and the “destruction of His Creation” at Christ’s return.  And it’s likely that God planned for EXACTLY 6,000 years to transpire between the day Adam & Eve sinned and the day the righteous are officially atoned.
Evidence Adam & Eve may have sinned during Earth’s 13th day, 6 days after the 7 Day Creation week was over.
Lastly, since Adam & Eve’s fall (sin) surely occured before Earth’s first year was past, this set up perfectly the beginning of God’s 4,000 year bondage period (mankind in bondage to sin & death) before Jesus would free them by dying on a cross during Earth’s 4,000 year, fulfilling the prophetic story of Moses.



In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.  And the earth was 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.  And God said, Let there be light: and there was light.  And God saw the Light, that it was Good: and God Divided the Light from the Darkness.  And God called the light Day, and the darkness he called Night.  And the evening and the morning were The First Day. (Genesis 1:1-5)


Then the serpent said to the woman, “You will not surely die. For God knows that in the day you eat of it your eyes will be opened, and you will be like God, knowing good and evil.” So when the woman saw that the tree was good for food … she took of its fruit and ate. She also gave to her husband with her, and he ate … Then the Lord God said, “Behold, the man has become like one of Us, to know Good (Light) and Evil (Darkness). (Genesis 3:4-6, 22)

And this is the condemnation, that light is come into the world, and men loved darkness rather than light, because their deeds were evil. For every one that doeth evil hateth the light, neither cometh to the light, lest his deeds should be reproved. But he that doeth truth cometh to the light, that his deeds may be made manifest, that they are wrought in God. (John 3:19-21)

For you were once darkness, but now you are light in the Lord. Live as children of light (for the fruit of the light consists in all goodness, righteousness and truth) and find out what pleases the Lord. Have nothing to do with the fruitless deeds of darkness, but rather expose them. (Ephesians 5:8-11)

Ye are all the children of light, and the children of the day: we are not of the night, nor of darkness. (I Thessalonians 5:5)



Why would God want written that He “divided” light from darkness in the Creation narrative? When light is present in the physical universe it just naturally rids a place of darkness. In other words, I can see no physical need for God to have to seperate the light from the darkness. Do you understand? In my natural mind, this line just seems unnecessary in the Creation story. A simple “Then God created the light” should have sufficed.  Oh, but when you understand God wanted to speak PROPHECY … that’s another WHOLE DIFFERENT STORY!


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24 thoughts on “Day 1 (Light & Darkness)

  1. Hi Gabriel, that’s shows to me that you guys are searching its a challenge to me. Firstly I came across with the video though it’s in 3D format then afterward I was directed to your site, am still studying coz the bible says “test the spirit”.
    The question is : are you one of the Adventists?

    • Hi Chanda,

      No, I’ve never attended an adventist church in my life.

      Please realize, this message is NOT about any particular church denomination, this message is just the straight up, amazing, prophetic truth of God’s Word.

      God bless,


      • Hi Gabriel
        You have some incredible truths that ‘mainstream Christianity’ will see as false.
        Our Lords death on a Wednesday & resurrection on the Sabbath- that’s true -whereas most of Christianity believes in the good Friday,Easter Sunday stuff that came from Roman Catholicism.
        You teach that the laws of God must be kept – that’s true- whereas…OK you know what “Christianity” believes in respect to that.
        Most of what you teach- I have believed from childhood ever since I read the teachings of the late Herbert W Armstrong.
        Q: “Did you read his writings or attend the Worldwide church of God before that church after his death went into apostasy?”


    • Wonderful! We here at are looking for translators to translate the “2028 END” movie script into other languages. We would love to have it in the Israelites language!

      Pray about it. The movie script Word file can be found on the … How to Help > translate movie … page as well as the homepage on this site.


  2. Hey Gabriel, love your insights. Question.. when Eve ate of the fruit of the tree, nothing happened to her? She did not experience death, fear, did not know of her nakedness, Adam did not see in her face the look of terror as the Spirit of God left her… she seems unaffected, until the next verse. She hands the fruit to Adam and he eats. Once he ate BOTH their eyes were opened at the same time. Hence, Adam’s covering was protecting Eve and it was not until the man ate that the Spirit left them both. This can speak to the covenant protection around about the believer. We see this in Job, David, Abraham, Romans 3, throughout scripture.

    Therefore, it can be reasonable to conclude that with the naming of the animals, (this would have taken years – as we track time) and the inference that Adam and God had a custom of walking in the garden — that they could have been in the garden for some time. If they did have children they would have suffered the same fate as Eve did the moment Adam ate. The Hebrew word for “and God drove man from the garden” — man – can also mean mankind. Hence, Cain had people to fear and marry when he left his father’s house.

    I’d be interested in your thoughts. 🙂

  3. Good Sunday afternoon Gabriel

    If God demand that Sabbath is to be Holy, then we have to try to define what God means by that. He does not explain in great details what to do in order to make it Holy only not to work that day. Does it means to worship Him only that day, do nothing but pray all day, visit the sick and the poor, help one in needs, give to charity, sacrifice by not eating that day or not drinking etc…. which by the way most good and true Christians naturally performs those holy deeds every day of the week. If doing no work does it means to rest all day by sleeping all day? Why is it so important to do those things only on that particular day if it is demanded to us? If we are not suppose to work that day what does He wants us to do instead? What happens to those who are working on the Sabbath? I’m speaking about the medical field of doctors and nurses, fireman, police officers, emergency personnel and others where it requires them to be on constant alert and to be ready to offer the care and needs for unexpected circumstances? Does God wants them to not work that day? Definitely no I think. That’s why to me it’s not as simple to say it’s all black and white and that’s it, or take it or leave it kind of thing, there is a gray area to content with. God knows there are times where circumstances are not easy to follow those laws up to the letter and that’ s why He send His Son Jesus Christ, to give us hope and to rest assure that He is not as strict has some believe Him to be but by being compassionate to those circumstances He is ready to forgive you for those reasons.

    Another example of a Commandment that God’s asks us to follow, which to me is far worse if it is not follow then the Sabbath, is :”Thou shall not kill”. Again it’s very unclear what He meant by that and it needs some definition and clarification. Does He means not to kill anyone no matter what? Because, let me tell you, if your life is in danger of being kill I think you have the right to kill that threat no matter if it is in a battle field of war or some crazy person with a weapon wants to end your life or your love ones. I do not believe that God would condemned you for acting that way. Those are the only two Commandment that I find are not straight forward and clear cut like the other eight and I think God made it that way for one reason which I do not know right now, but trying to search for the answer by praying, reading the Bible and writing to you for your impute and insight . The only thing I know about this is that it is very hard to believe that God who love the world so much that He would put those heavy burden on our shoulders and allow that to happen without giving us a chance of forgiving us for those two reluctantly disobeyed Commandment which some are done with no fault of our own but forced upon us. I think maybe those two distinctive Commandments were put there to tell us that even if they are very important and demanding laws to Him, He will overlooked them if they are done according to a just law and rights which He gave them to us from the gift of life.

    If what I say is regarded as being completely wrong in my statement and beliefs I would like to know what Jesus did on Sabbath? Gabriel, from you knowledge of the Bible and you had the grace of having the honor and opportunity to talk to God, do you know or has He ever told you what He did on the Sabbath. Did He rest or kept on doing God’s work?

    Here is another quite troubling question I would like to ask you. I’m a supporter of Israel and truly believe they have the right to exist and have the right to defend themselves but quite shock to hear many people hate them and say all Jews are not save because they do not believe that Jesus was the Son of God but does have complete faith in God only. It is true that in the Bible it is said they are God’s chosen people and they are the eye candy in God’s eye but also in the Bible it says that Jesus strictly profess who ever do not believe in Him will not inherent the Kingdom of God and that you have to go through Him to get to the Father. I find that very judgmental and hurtful for them to say that especially what they went through in the days of holocaust and how much they suffered in the pass and still continuing suffering today by treaty them unfairly like in the pass. Gabriel, what do you say when you hear those comments. I’m afraid to say they do have good ground to believe that because of what Jesus said and that scares me a lot because I question that and don’t believe in that and by saying that sounds like I’m denying God and His teaching where I certainly do not but in this case I wonder. I do not know the answer and that keeps me searching for answer where I have not yet find. I cannot see someone who went through hell on earth go through hell in the afterlife it just does not make sense and logical. I hope God will forgive me for questioning his teaching.

    God Bless and Shalom

    • You’re reading the book I wrote, right? If you will keep reading and finish every word of that book, you will have the answer to your above questions. They are too much to get into right here, but I assure you … your thoughts about how God’s Salvation (obtaining eternal life) works are TRUER than you probably realize right now!

      Please, please, find the time to finish the book. I can tell, you will be able to receive its (God’s) truth.


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