In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.
"In the corner of a little garden," said the late Dr. Beattie, of Aberdeen, "without informing any one of the circumstance, I wrote in the mould with my finger the initial letters of my son's name, and sowed garden cress in the furrows, covered up the seed, and smoothed the ground. Ten days after this he came running up to me, and with astonishment in his countenance told me his name was growing in the garden. I laughed at the report, and seemed to disregard it, but he insisted on my going to see what had happened. "Yes," said I carelessly, "I see it is so, but what is there in this worth notice? Is it not mere chance?" "It cannot be so," he said, "somebody must have contrived matters so as to produce it." "Look at yourself," I replied, "and consider your hands and fingers, your legs and feet; came you hither by chance?" "No," he answered, "something must have made me." "And who is that something?" I asked. He said, "I don't know." I therefore told him the name of that Great Being who made him and all the world. This lesson affected him greatly, and he never forgot it or the circumstances that introduced it."
Parallel VersesKJV: In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.