God's Trombones: Seven Negro Sermons in Verse - The Creation Summary & Analysis

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The Creation Summary

The sermon "The Creation" tells the story of God's creation of the Earth. In the first stanza God is described as stepping into the empty space and deciding to create a world in order to end His loneliness. In the second stanza, the preacher describes that God can see only deep darkness all around Him. As God smiles in the third stanza, light is created. God is pleased with His creation of light.

In the fourth stanza, God is described as rolling this light in His hands to make the sun. The left over light from the sun is thrown into the sky and creates stars and the moon. Between the sun and the stars, God puts the world, another act with which He is pleased. In the fifth stanza, God walks on the face of the world He has just...

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