Heb.1:2 – in these last days has spoken to us in His Son, whom He appointed heir of all things, through whom He also made the world.
In this passage Paul comes right out and declares that Jesus Christ is the Son of God, the Savior and the Creator of all things. This is the place of separation when we boldly declare that Jesus Christ is God. He is declared to be the heir of all things as God’s only Son but is recognized as the Creator Himself. Everything that is in this vast universe was created by Him. Everything from the stars and planets to galaxies and solar systems were formed by His hands. He created angels and humans, butterflies and bumble bees, and quarks and electrons. The cattle are his, the whales are his, and the polar bears all came from Him and belong to Him. Here is how Andrew Murray describes this verse.
“Our Creator, from whom we have our life—it is He who alone can enter into us to give the new life; it is He, blessed be His name, who will do it now. As God, He is the hidden ground of all existence, and has the power to enter all and fill it with Himself. Every part of His work has the character and the power of a divine work. If we would but believe that Christ the Son is God, is Jehovah, the Eternal, the Creator, how He would make our inner life the proof of His Almighty power! Paul said: “l count all things but loss for the excellency of the knowledge of Christ Jesus my Lord.” Let us do so, too. In the Christian life the chief thing, the one thing needful, is the knowledge of Christ. Not the intellectual apprehension of the truth, but the living experimental heart knowledge that comes from faith and fellowship with Him, from love and obedience. May it be ours!”
Not only is He Creator but He is also the Savior. Paul said He made purification for our sins and then sat down at the right hand of God. He has purified completely all that call upon His Name. So as Sean Feucht says “I can hear the sound of all the nations singing out, You are the Savior, You are the Savior. I can hear the sound of all creation crying out, You are the Maker , You are the Maker”. So I think I will add my voice to the nations and creation and boldly say, You are the Savior, You are my Maker.