One thing that really stood out to me after reflecting on these verses is the last one:
When I really think about it, I start to realize that in practically everything we do .. there’s always some sort of input, and a resulting output. Whether that’s making a Big Mac, or a car .. we take raw materials, and produce something (hopefully) useful as a result. While this is usually colloquially described as “making” or “creating” .. that’s not really true, technically .. since I didn’t create the inputs that went into the final product.
This appears to be the real difference between divine creation, which is creation in the true sense of the word (summon from absence, with no inputs at all) and our creation (which is to create from readily available inputs).
This makes all the difference in the world. They are not the same, and they will never be the same.
TL;DR: There is only one true creator.