God saw all that He had made,
and behold, it was very good.
And there was evening and there was morning,
the sixth day.
The seventh day was the day of rest in creation.
The day before, the sixth day, the Lord looked over all created things and remarked that it was very good.
At the beginning of the first day of creation everything was chaos.
From day to day there was process, and at the end the earth was able to receive the man, who was formed as the last work of God.
Of all that, including the human being, it applies that it was very good. And the word “very good” means it was finished. Nothing had to be added to it, nothing could be taken from it. Nothing else had to be made.
This applies to all of God’s works, not only those of creation, but also those of re-creation. This is actually a spiritual repetition of the work of creation.
Initially darkness reigns in the soul of man, but God’s first work is to create light there, where we come to see ourselves and Him properly. And then the work of the Lord continues in that person to completion.
Then it also applies to that person that it is very good that it is finished.