There is one glory of the sun, and another glory of the moon, and another glory of the stars; for star differs from star in glory.(1 Corinthians 15:41) ESV
We can take the experimental confirmation of Einstein’s prediction of gravitational lensing to deduce that the sun is a source of gravity.
Gravity was created on the second day. The first ever gravitational singularity was created in the midst of the deep. At that time the universe became spherical. This is why space is curved. If the sun is a source of gravity then the singularity at the center of the Earth isn’t the only one that God created.
The Earth formed as concentric spherical layers of sediment deposited around a gravitation singularity. At the outer edge of the deep layers of crystalline composition formed: the firmament. Open space formed below the firmament as the Earth condensed and contracted.
The stars were formed on the fourth day from the inner layers of the firmament. As such, the stars are a wide variety of pieces and fragments of crystalline firmament material (CFM). They reflect the light of the sun.
So what’s the sun? Because it clearly isn’t CFM? Our Biblical law of gravity tells us that gravitational attraction is a property imparted to a body because of a gravitational field. The gravitational attraction is proportional to the mass of the body. This is non-specific regarding the nature of the body or what it’s made of. The sun is composed mostly of Hydrogen. Why? Why did all of the free Hydrogen in the universe accumulate into a ball? The fact that the sun is spherical and that it has a unique composition tells us that there’s something special about the sun.
We can now speculate that gravity can be tuned to specific frequencies in order to affect the composition of the body which forms. In the case of the sun, the gravitational singularity at its core is tuned to the specific frequency of Hydrogen.