Here is the account of the Fourth Day of Creation from the first book of the Old Testament. God Incarnate (Jesus Christ) is depicted with His raised arm blessing the creation of the plants, herbs, and trees on earth, while the Sun and Moon look down figuratively from above. His thumb and two last fingers on His right hand are touching together to symbolize the Three Persons of the Holy Trinity, and the two first fingers on that same hand are raised upwards, symbolizing His Two Natures, being both fully God and fully Man in One Person. The second finger is slightly bent down to prefigure the descent of God to earth in His Incarnation. This is part of a wall-painting from the monastery of Sucevita in Romania made in the 15th-16th c.