“And God called the dry land Earth; and the gathering together of the waters called he Seas: and God saw that it was good” (Genesis 1:10). This is the first use of the word “good” in the Bible. God was in the first phase of creation and He liked what He had done—it was good. Many people think that God’s version of good is somehow very different from ours. We only know good from God. Here in this verse He sees the very foundation of our earth, good. He called them earth and seas. We just returned from a car trip to California, up into Utah, Colorado, and back home. I have been using many of our pictures in these devotionals. The scenery is spectacular. Some of the countryside is desolate and without water, but something is always growing there. I have to agree with God and say His creation is good. I believe His definition of good is the same as ours. He may see a level of good we don’t yet see. But God saw that it was good.