Evening and Morning of the 1st Day, The Incredible Meaning (2023)

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Evening and Morning of the 1st Day – Here’s What it Means

Evening and morning and day. Wherever you are in the world, one of those periods is on you. If you’re a Bible reader (and I hope you are), then when you see those words, they are so common you don’t even hesitate to question what they might mean. You’re in for a surprise when we dig deeper into Biblical Hebrew.
(Origin of the Universe, chapter 8.5)

On a second note, notice that as at the beginning of this verse we have and/and so in this part we again have and/and–juxtapositioning, for emphasis, two separate phrases: “And the evening (H6153erev/arab) was, and the morning (H1242 boker) was, first day (H3117 yom)” (Gen. 1:5).

Evening and morning and day. If you're a Bible reader, then when you see those words, they are so common you don't even hesitate to question what they might mean. You're in for a surprise when we dig deeper in Biblical Hebrew. Click To Tweet

Genesis 1:5

And God called the light Day, and the darkness he called Night. And the evening(H6153) and the morning were the first day.

Three Hebrew words that tell a story, the whole story. They merit deeper reflection, far beyond a rapid read of this short verse. The first word is erev for evening.


עֶרֶבʻerebeh’-reb;fromH6150(עָרַב); dusk:

KJV+day, even(-ing, tide), night.


עָרַבʻârabaw-rab’;a primitive root (rather identical withH6148(עָרַב) through the idea of covering with a texture); to grow dusky at sundown:

KJV– be darkened, (toward) evening.


עָרַבʻârabaw-rab’;a primitive root; to braid, i.e. intermix; technically, to traffic (as if by barter); also or give to be security (as a kind of exchange):

KJV– engage, (inter-) meddle (with), mingle (self), mortgage, occupy, give pledges, be(-come, put in) surety, undertake.

There are about ten other words with this identical rootערב (ayin, raish, bet-from left to right): be darkened (H6150) mingle (self), mix (H6151). Arabia, mingled people (Ezra 9:2), mixed (multitude), woof, the web (or transverse threads of cloth); also a mixture, (or mongrel race) (H6154), divers sorts of flies, swarm (H6157). Arabah, champaign, desert, evening, heaven, plain, wilderness, the (generally) sterile valley of the Jordan (H6160). Pledge, a pawn (given as security), or (metaphorically) a bondsman (H6061-2).

The above is a summary, but let’s ask the audience the question. Who has meddled? Intermixed? Darkened? Made sterile? Who has threaded a web? Who has made a mixture? Who is a bondsman? Who has caused humans to be pawns? Galacti understands these are all meanings of Erev as Strong’s indicates above, and they do have a common denominator, pointing to the same individual. Guess who (if you don’t know, click to find out).

We also find one reference, as seen above, in Strong’s H6157 to swarms of flies, mosquitos. At first glance, you might not realize the connection, but people have elevated the fly to god level, and worship it. In the Bible, this is called Beelzebub or Baalzevov; furthermore, zevov is the Hebrew for fly (2 Kings 1:2). A Biblical point of view considers this type of adoration as devil worship and denounces it. (Mark 3:22-23).

We notice in H6149 that this same root is also pleasant, sweet; this appears to be in opposition to the description of the Serpent, who is the symbolic reference here. It’s an excellent example of Bible-wide corroboration.

We know the main point: darkness, night, and evening have strong references to the Serpent. How can sweetbe applied to this infamous character? Pro. 20:17 points us in the right direction: “Bread of deceit is sweet (H6149) to a man; but afterwards his mouth shall be filled with gravel.” Indeed, our audience understands that what looks good on the outside (alcohol, sex, quick money) can turn into hell if not used properly. Comprehension dawns on us as the lights in our auditorium go out again.

And evening and morning

In contrast to and following evening is morning.It may dawn with the soft glow of rays of light escalating the horizon, dark yielding to light, but it is a separate positive progression. On the stage, we see this action reflected.


בֹּקֶרbôqerbo’-ker;fromH1239(בָּקַר); properly, dawn (as the break of day); generally, morning:

KJV– ([phrase]) day, early, morning, morrow.


בָּקַרbâqarbaw-kar;a primitive root; properly, to plough, or (generally) break forth, i.e. (figuratively) to inspect, admire, care for, consider:

KJV– (make) inquire (-ry), (make) search, seek out

Boker translates morning, and from the alternative words above, also contains the concept of breaking of day, evening dissolving into the morning, the light and warmth emerging, intensifying, engulfing, finally replacing the black and cold.

Read Psalms 27:4 for an associated meaning of morning,One thing have I desired of the Lord, that will I seek after; that I may dwell in the house of the Lord all the days of my life, to behold the beauty of the Lord, and to inquire (H1239) in his temple.” Boker contains the realization that in the existing dark confusion, there’s an instigation to inquire, search out, and seek for some answers. It’s an honest examination that starts dimly and brightens with patience, a careful inspection of issues and details that light can reveal. Evening and morning are the times for breaking new ground.

Psalms 27:4 reveals another meaning of morning, 'One thing ... will I seek after ... to inquire (boker) in his (God's) temple.' Boker contains the realization that in the dark there’s an instigation to inquire for some answers. Click To Tweet

Quickly reading “and the evening and morning …” in Genesis 1:5, in your native language, solely refers to the movement of time. In Biblical Hebrew, there’s a clear figurative meaning for evening and morning: inquire and plowing. Once again, this is not Sam’s interpretation. Psalms 27:4 uses the Biblical Hebrew root that way; Sam is merely pointing this out to you. The Explanation is an inquiry into what God is telling us through the Bible, and it is solely designed to help you inquire and dig out what it says.

Day: On the Threshold

This momentous Godly intervention in the total blackness of night ends or instead begins in Gen 1.5 with the first day. There’s still dark, but it has been confined so that light shines through, bearing the name day: H3117 (yom) from an unused root meaning to be hot; a day (as the warm hours).Yes, I’ve shortened this extract, but the essential is there: Warmth. As the light brightens our surroundings, we have a warm feeling, a pleasant atmosphere, as in, It’s been a beautiful day. Evening and morning, in that sequence, represent a day. Evening and morning introduce night and daytime.

This Hebrew word for day has various meanings related to time (and we shall discuss the length of the days of creation, but not now), but let’s focus on one which is particularly relevant to this new phase of God’s plan. Psalms 91:16 “With long life (H3117) will I satisfy him, and show him my salvation.”

This Hebrew word for day (yom) has various meanings, including one which is particularly relevant to this new phase of God’s plan. Psalms 91:16, With long life (yom) will I satisfy him, and show him my salvation. Click To Tweet

We ponder lifeor long days, another of those singular concepts that sum up everything God is accomplishing. There was nothing physically alive that first day, but light, morning, and day symbolize wonderful long lifein the fullest sense of its magnificence and accomplishment. Lifehas nothing to do with destructive darkness, mixed up evening, and twisted night.

The light of day is but the first step to and of life.

Our audience stands up in the aisles as the model of the earth is replaced by music. The ballet music inspires us to dance. Now we are participants instead of spectators. The light has awakened us and brought us a fuller experience of life. The light is generous, because only in full light can we live a long and prosperous life. We are not meant to dwell in darkness, and light is necessary for the long, continued life of man. Light and using our talents to the fullest: that is what the first day brings us as our introductory plan concludes.

However, now that day has dawned, there is so much more to discover in our long life, and in The Explanation. This light we are experiencing is only the beginning.

This blog post is an excerpt fromchapter 8.5 of the bookOrigin of the Universe

Further Study

Click on UnlockBibleMeaning.com, find Genesis 1:5, and switch to Strong’s. You’ll see evening, click on H6153.Hover your mouse over the bottom of Strong’s reference, and you’ll see: Previous 5 | Next 5. Click to open up the previous and next references. There you’ll find theother words with this identical 3-letter root ערב (ayin, raish, bet-from left to right).

Even if you can’t read Hebrew, you can recognize the letters. You’ll see these words refer you back to root via H6150 and H6148. There is a fantastic relationship between these words, and they do tell a story that we’re unfolding.

A word about Strong’s concordance: I double-checked the usage of this root בָּקַר H1239 and frankly, nowhere in the Biblical Hebrew did I find the translationto plowas we see indicated clearly for H1239. My point is we have to be careful with Strong’s and cautious with how we use and interpret Biblical Hebrew. What is clear is that figurative usage is an integral part of the language. You’ll often see me write dig for Bible meaning. We know that you don’t go and get a shovel and start digging up your flower garden.

So, from where does Strong get plow and breaking forth?

H1241בָּקָרbâqârbaw-kawr’;fromH1239(בָּקַר); beef cattle or an animal of the ox family of either gender (as used for plowing); collectively, a herd:
KJV– beeve, bull ([phrase] -ock),+calf,+cow, great (cattle),+heifer, herd, kine, ox.

The Bible uses the same Biblical Hebrew word for morning, cattle and cow. Strong traces both back to H1239 (KJV– (make) inquire (-ry), (make) search, seek out). Some would argue that we have the same root with two different meanings, and there’s no connection. I hear them, but it is also clear that word roots with different meanings are interconnected — both literally, figuratively, and even poetically.

Take Deuteronomy “21:3And it shall be, that the citywhich is nextunto the slain man,even the eldersof that cityshall takean heifer(H1241) which hath not been wrought withand which hath not drawn in the yoke” The Biblical Hebrew bakar (H1241) is used to refer to a cow. The implication is clear that this heifer has not plowed; this is the literal use of a cow.

Figuratively when referring to a cow, we can, therefore,point out its usage: plowing and the breaking of the ground; this is the beginning of any new crop until the bright and admirable day of harvest (we recall our visit to the wheat fields).

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Beliefs & Traditions

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Hebrews 1:6 in Other Translations

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What are the two great lights that govern the day and night in Genesis Chapter 1? ›

The two lights referred two in verse 16 are the Sun and the Moon, the Sun being the greater light to rule the day, and the Moon the lesser light to rule the night.

What does the morning represent? ›

Morning refers to the beginning of the day. Morning is used figuratively to refer to the beginning of anything. Morning is also used to describe something that involves or occurs during the morning.

What Scripture says about waking up in the morning? ›

Psalm 5:3 “My voice shalt thou hear in the morning, O Lord; in the morning will I direct my prayer unto thee, and will look up. Lamentations 3:22-24 “It is of the Lord's mercies that we are not consumed, because his compassions fail not. They are new every morning: great is thy faithfulness.

Why is God's mercy new every morning? ›

“They are new every morning”

Since he has eternal love then his mercy will be as well because they are connected. The statement that God's mercies are new every morning is really a reminder to us. God gives mercy for each day and it is refilled and refreshed each morning.

Does evening come from Eve? ›

The Old English æfnian originated from æfen (eve), which meant "the time between sunset and darkness", and was synonymous with even (Old English æfen), which meant the end of the day. The use of "evening" dates from the mid 15th century.

Was the evening and the morning the fifth day? ›

ESV And there was evening and there was morning, the fifth day. NIV And there was evening, and there was morning--the fifth day. NASB And there was evening and there was morning, a fifth day.

Does morning come before night? ›

Morning precedes afternoon, evening, and night in the sequence of a day. Originally, the term referred to sunrise.

Why morning prayer is powerful? ›

1) Prayer in the morning is so important because you meet God before you meet the Devil. 2) You meet God before you meet the circumstances of life. 3) You talk to God before you talk to many people. 4) You fellowship with God before you fellowship with other people.

How do I put God first in the morning? ›

Start Your Day With Prayer

The Bible makes it clear that prayer is essential. Begin each day with a prayer to God, thanking Him for another day and asking for guidance to cope with the ups and downs that are sure to come. Starting the day with Christ is the best way to put God first and set the day in motion.

Why did Jesus pray early in the morning? ›

"and was praying there"

This was the goal. This was the activity of this early morning habit. He went to commune with God. To talk with God and to be in a posture and environment where God could have Christ's undivided attention.

What did God separate from the darkness on the first day? ›

And God said, "Let there be light," and there was light. God saw that the light was good, and he separated the light from the darkness. God called the light "day," and the darkness he called "night." And there was evening, and there was morning--the first day.

What are the two great lights in the firmament of heaven? ›

And God made two great lights: the greater light to rule the day and the lesser light to rule the night; He made the stars also.

What is the significance of Genesis 1 and 2? ›

The account in Genesis, chapters one and two, is the account of the creation of the physical earth. The account of the placing of all life upon the earth, up and until the fall of Adam, is an account, in a sense, of the spiritual creation of all of these, but it was also a physical creation.


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