Why do Bible-believers believe creation?

Christians are instructed to build all of their thinking on the foundation of God’s Word by taking every thought captive and making it obedient to Christ (2 Corinthians 10:5). Therefore, Bible-believers believe in creation first and foremost because that is what the Bible plainly reveals.
In Job 38:4, God asks Job a rhetorical question, “Where were you when I laid the foundation of the earth? Tell Me, if you have understanding.” The point? God was there, and Job was not. As a matter of fact, no humans were there, but God was.
It is God Himself, the one who cannot lie (Titus 1:2), who knows everything (Psalm 147:5), who has always existed (Revelation 22:13), and who unveils the mystery of origins (Isaiah 46:10). In Genesis 1 and 2, God gives a clear historical account of His divine act of creation. In Exodus 20:11 and Exodus 31:17, He echoes this history as the foundation for the seven-day week and the fourth of the Ten Commandments. And it is worth remembering that God wrote the Ten Commandments with His own finger (Exodus 31:18)!
The Bible is the perfect eyewitness testimony of the Creator Himself! How could those who call Christ “Lord” not believe it? It is trustworthy in all it says because “All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction and for training in righteousness” (2 Timothy 3:16 ESV).
Christians are exhorted in the book of Psalms that the law of the Lord is perfect, His testimony trustworthy and a light to the believer’s path
(Psalm 19:7; 119:105). In Proverbs, it is declared that every word of God
is flawless (Proverbs 30:5). There is also a warning given that every
believer should take to heart: never add to or take away from God’s
words “or He will rebuke you and prove you a liar” (Proverbs 30:6,
Deuteronomy 4:2, Revelation 22:18–19).