Are you aware that in the beginning, when God created the planet called earth, He held off from sending the rain at first? He didn't want to water the plants yet, because He did not want them to grow before He had created someone in His own image to take care of them. The question you want to know, is how did I know that? Well, because in God's Constitution in the second chapter of Genesis. He stated: This is the account of the heavens and the earth when they were created, when the Lord God made the earth and the heavens. Now no shrub had yet appeared on the earth and no plant had yet sprung up, for the Lord God had not sent rain on the earth and there was no one to work the ground.
Keep in mind, the Lord God didn't allow anything to grow on the earth at first, because there was no one to work the ground. In the King James Version of God's Constitution, the word work is translated as till the ground. No one had been created yet to cultivate the plants and God the Creator did not want to let the plants grow untended. That is what I call organization and structure! In fact, I would like to add, the ancient Hebrew word that gets translated as "work" and "till" is the word "abad" and one of the basic meanings of this word is both "to serve" and to cause someone or something else to serve" in other words "to manage". After God created Adam, now He could water the earth, causing green plants to grow in profusion. The Lord God created a wonderful garden filled with these plants and trees and He called it Eden. He gave the garden to Adam, as his dwelling place and He told him "to work it and take care of it". Take a moment of your time to read in God's Constitution Genesis 2:8-15. he also told Adam to name all the animals. Then the Lord God blessed Adam with a wife, and she was called Eve; but not before He gave him a job and responsibility. Now everything was perfect.
Just a note: Before any man takes a wife, he first must have work or a job.