GENESIS 1:1 "In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth."
ISAIAH 45: For thus sayeth the Lord That created the heavens: God Himself That formed the earth and made it: He hath established it, He created it not in vain, He formed it to be inhabited: saying: "(I am the Lord; and there is none else)".
DEUT. 32:4 "Ascribe ye greatness unto our God. He is the Rock, His work is perfect."
All Bibles began with a statement that God created the heavens and the earth in the beginning. Then in the margins of most, there is a list of various scriptures found throughout Bibles to show God created the earth to be perfect and to be inhabited. The Bible tells God looked at His creation and said, "It is good, behold it is very good." And because God's nature is love, He was so proud of the perfect earth He had created He wanted some one to share it with. We should understand that is the reason God created man, and He also was created perfect because He was created in the very image of God. God was wise enough to know the Man would also want to share his earthly life with some one, so He made a woman to be a wife and companion for him.
At this point we could write a lengthy book to show exactly what God saw when He looked at his newly created earth and said, "it is good." I would love to write that, but space will no permit. So our effort herein, will be to try to show what God has to see when He looks at His world today. Do you believe God can still say, "it is good?" The greedy living of evil men have changed the world so much, that it cannot be truthfully described as good. It would take a lengthy book to show what our early ancestors found, when they bravely came to America a few hundred years ago. We will mention just a few things. There were no lumber houses. They were made of sticks with animal skin walls and only dirt floors. No electricity, no plumbing facilities of any kind, no indoor toilets, no running water, no heating facilities in winter, and no cooling facilities in summer. No paved roads, only lightly treaded trails weaving through trees, mountains, and prairies. No cars. No stores of any kind to buy groceries, clothes, or needed equipment to make work easier. No churches except just open gatherings by neighbors. Now the old timers such as I could just keep adding to this, but the children of today cannot do that. They cannot even imagine what life had to be back then. But I want to add those old timers endured it and were probably happier with life than most are today with all their luxuries so easily obtained. Wealthy people are usually the most miserable now.
Yes, God created the earth and America to be perfect and produce a living for man. But now so much of the productive land God created has been covered up with great wide, long roads, tremendously large buildings in the cities, and multiplied dwellings, that it is becoming more, and more difficult for many to even find a place to provide a living as in the recent past. Our early ancestors found the wild American Indians to have almost a trouble free, and easy life. They never planted a thing for food. They just gathered off the land. They could and did eat just about anything that could be eaten. They were a happy go lucky people that had advantage to all God had provided. But the greed of today's Americans have so changed God's perfect creation until it is not good; and I personally believe it is so disappointing to God that He may decide to end it in the near future.