Conventional patents consist of an abstract followed by a detailed description. The Holy Bible, as a document on moral, civil, physical and spiritual affairs, is not compiled in any definite order. The Creation Sabbath Commandment Law, as God's abstract for inventing the world, formally stipulates God as the claimant, lists the items claimed, and reveals the seal on creation. This abstract, which in a conventional patent application would precede the detailed descriptions, is presented in the twentieth Chapter of the second book of the Bible (Exodus). Details of the methodology, accomplishments, and additional claims that should come after the abstract, are scattered throughout the rest of the Bible - with major details presented in the first Chapter of the first book of the Bible (Genesis). Scanning through these accounts in the Scriptures, and ordering them appropriately, reveals them to be a compilation of the details of God's claim on creation, presented in the format of a conventional patent. Dr. Michael Ebifegha is a scholar with international experience. He obtained a B.Sc. (Hons.) in physics and a M.Sc. in applied geophysics from Ahmadu Bello University, Nigeria, where he worked as a lecturer in the Department of Physics for five years. In Canada, he earned a M.Sc. in physics, from Carleton University and in 1986, the University of Toronto conferred upon him a Ph.D. in physics. Dr. Ebifegha also holds a Bachelor of Education degree from the University of Toronto. He is currently a full-time science and mathematics instructor in the Toronto District School Board. In 1992, while employed by the Toronto Catholic District School Board, he obtained an additional qualification in religious education.