You alone are the LORD; You have made (asah) heaven, The heaven of heavens, with all their host, The earth and everything on it, The seas and all that is in them, And You preserve them all. The host of heaven worships You.
This verse obviously refers to the heavens and the earth, which were renewed in six-days as described in Genesis 1:3-31. Please note that the inspired Hebrew word asah and not bara is used, referring to the making rather than the creating of the heavens and the earth. Nehemiah could only be praising God for the renewed heavens and the earth which he saw from man's earthly perspective and which God made (asah) approximately six thousand years ago.
So, we can see from scripture that God makes a clear distinction between the Hebrew words bara and asah when referring to the heavens and the earth. This is to reveal the truth of the Pre-Adamic Age, and his tohuw and bohuw judgement against Satan and the fallen angels because of their rebellion against God.
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