Next we find the words: "Let us make man in our image" making God a plurality of Divine Persons. Man would not completely know this until the New Testament times where we now know Him as Father, Son and Holy Spirit. The creation of man is unique in that man is created in the image of God. This sixth day presents to us both male and female which together we call mankind. Much more detail is given about the process of making man than was given about the other animals. Man was special above all the other creatures made so far. It is recorded that he was formed from the dust of the earth and God breathed into his nostrils the breath of life and he became a living spirit or soul. Man was given dominion over the whole of the animal kingdom and work in the perfect garden God has made for him. Lastly we read that God rested on the Sabboth. Did God need to rest? Obviously not, but we find spiritual truth about this rest and day of worship throughout the rest of the Bible. A day of rest and worship was for the benefit of all of mankind.