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The first sabbath.


The naming of the creatures, over every living thing that fmov


Before good: w there is bdellium and the eth upon the earth.


onyx-stone. 29 || And God said, Behold, I


13 And the name of the second have given you every herb bear- * Heb. w Niun.11.7. river is Gihon: the same is it that ing seed, which is upon the face of creepeth. Heb. Cush. compasseth the whole land of tEall the earth, and every tree, in the Heb. seed

thiopia. which is the fruit of a tree yielding ing seed,

14 And the name of the third riseed; c to you it shall be for meat. Job 36. 3i.

ch. 9. 3.

* Dan. 10. 4. ver is * Hiddekel: that is it which 30 And to devery beast of the Ps. 101. 14, 1 Or, east

goeth || toward the east of Assyria. earth, and to every e fowl of the 15. & 136.25. ||ward to As-And the fourth river is Euphrates. air, and to every thing that creep- & 146.7. syria.

15 And the LORD God took | the eth upon the earth, wherein there Acts 14. 17, 1 Or, Adam. man, and y put him into the garden is life, I have given every green 16. & 147. 9.

d Ps. 145. 15,lly ver. 8.

of Eden, to dress it, and to keep it. herb for meat: and it was so.

e Job 38. 41.

16 And the LORD God com31 And fGod saw every thing * Heb. a liv

manded the man, saying, Of every that he had made: and behold, it ing soul.

+ Heb.eating tree of the garden I thou mayest was very good. And the evening Ps. 104. 24. thou shalt freely eat: and the morning were the sixth Tun. 4. 4.

17 2 But of the tree of the know

Iz ver. 9. day.

la ch. 3. 1, 3, ledge of good and evil, a thou shalt CHAPTER II.

11, 17. not eat of it: for in the day that I The first sabbath. 4 The manner of

b ch. 3. 3,19. thou eatest thereof bf thou shalt the creation. 8 The planting of the

Rom. 6. 23. garden of Eden, 10 and the river there

1 Cor. 15. 56.

surely die. of 17 T'he tree of knowledge only for

Jam. 1. 15.

18 'T And the LORD God said, It bidden. 19, 20 The naming of the

1 Joho 5. 16. is not good that the man should be creatures. 21 The making of woman,

* Heb. dying alone I will make him an help and institution of marringe.

thou shalt meet for him.

die. T' Us the heavens and the earth

19 e And out of the ground the were finished, and a all the host a Ps. 33. 6. c ch. 3. 12.

I Cor. 11. 9.

LORD God formed every beast of of them.

i Tim. 2. 13. the field, and every fowl of the air, 2 b And on the seventh day God b Ex. 20. 11.

+ Heb. as and f brought them unto || Adam to

& 31. 17. ended his work which he had

before him. Deut. 5. 14.

see what he would call them; and made; and he rested on the se- Heh. 4. 4.

e ch.1.20,24. whatsoever Adam called every livventh day from all his work which

f Ps. 8. 6.

Seech. 6:20. ing creature, that was the name ne had made.

1 Or, the

thereof, 3 And God cblessed the seventh C Neh. 9. 14.

20 And Adam tgave names to all day, and sanctified it: because Is. 58. 13.

* Heb.called. cattle, and to the fowl of the air, hat in it he had rested from all

and to every beast of the field his work which God created and 1 Heb. crea

but for Adam there was not found made.

ted to make.

an help meet for him. 4. T . These are the generations ach. 1. 1.

21 And the LORD God caused a of the heavens and of the earth | Ps. 90. 1, 2.

g ch. 15. 12. 5 deep sleep to fall upon Adam, and when they were created, in the day

i Sam.26.12. he slept; and he took one of his that the LORD God made the earth

ribs, and closed up the flesh inand the heavens,

stead thereof: 5 And every é plant of the field e ch. 1. 12.

22 And the rib, which the LORD before it was in the earth, and every Ps. 104. 14. + Heb. God had taken from man, I made herb of the field before it grew:


he a woman, and be brought her unfor the LORD God had not caused Job 38. 26,!h Prov. 18.

to the man.

22. Heb. 13. it to rain upon the earth, and there 27, 28.

23 And Adam said, This is now was not a man & to till the ground. ch. 3. 23.

ich. 29. 14. i bone of my bones, and flesh of 6 But || there went up a mist from or, a mist

my flesh: Judg. 9. 2.

she shall be called which went the earth, and watered the whole

up from, $c.

2 Sam. 5. 1. + Woman, because she was k taken face of the ground.

lieb.dust of
& 19. 13.

out of man. 7 And the LORD God formed he ground. Eph. 5. 30.

+ . .

24 1 Therefore shall a man leave man t of the h dust of the ground, bch.3.19,23 k 1 Cor. 11.8. his father and his mother, and shall and i breathed into his k nostrils Ps. 103. 14.

tleb. Ish. Eccles. 12. 7.

cleave unto his wife: and they shall the breath of life, and I man be

Is. 64. 8.

Ich. 81. 15. be one flesh. came a living soul.

Ps. 45. 10. 1 Cor. 15. 47.

25 mn And they were both naked,

Matt. 19. 5. 8 11 And the LORD God planted i Job 33. 4.

Mark 10. 7.

the man and his wife, and were ma garden neastward in Eden ; Acts 17. 25.

1 Cor. 5. 16. not nashamed. and there phe put the man whom kch. 7. 22.

Eph. 5. 31.


Is. 2. 22. he had formed.

I The serpent deceiveth Ere. 6 Man's 9 And out of the ground made mch. 13. 10:10,11., shameful fall. 9 God arraigneth them. the LORD God to grow qevery Is, 51. 3.

nEx. 32. 25. 14 The serpent is cursed. 15 The pro

mised seed. 16 The punishment of tree that is pleasant to the sight, Ezek. 28. 13. || (s. 47. 3.

mankind. 21 Their first clothing. 22 and good for food; r the tree of Joel 2, 3.

Their casting out of paradise. life also in the midst of the garden, och å: 24.

. 4. 16. Sand the tree of knowledge of good 2 Kings 19.

la Rev. 12. 9. Now the serpent was bmore & 20. 2.

subtile than any beast of the and evil.

12. Ezek. b Matt. 10. field which the LORD God had 10 And a river went out of Eden 27. 23. 16. 2 Cor.

made: and he said unto the wo.

11. 3. to water the garden: and from p ver. 15. thence it was parted, and became a Ezek. 31.8. l1 Heb. Yea, man, t Yea, hath God said, Ye shall

rch. 3. 22. |because, 8c. not eat of every tree of the garden? into four heads.

Prov. 3. 18.

2 And the woman said unto the 11 The name of the first is Pi-1 & 11. 30.

serpent, We may eat of the fruit son: that is it which compasseth Rev. 2. 7.

of the trees of the garden: u the whole land of Havilah, where & 22. 2; 14.

3 cBut of the fruit of the tree

c ch.2, 17. there is gold;

s ver. 17.
uch. 25, 18.

which is in the midst of the gar: 12 And the gold of that land is!

den, God hath said, Ye shall not


I Cor.15.-15. I mch. 3. 7,

o ver. 4.

The serpent deceiveth Eve.

CHAPTER IV. Man is cast out of paradise. eat of it, neither shall ye touch it, Before

Before 19 In the sweat of thy face shalt lest ye die.

CHRIST CHRIST thou eat bread, till thou return un4001.

4004. 4 And the serpent said unto the

to the ground; for out of it wast woman, Ye shall not surely die:

d ver. 13. f Eccles. I. thou taken: 8 for dust thou art, and 5 For God doth know, that in the 2 Cor. 11. 3. .3. 2 Thes. nunto dust shalt thou return. day ye eat thereof, then'e your eyes I Tim. 2. 14. 3. 10. 20 And Adam called his wife'a

g ch. 2. 7. shall be opened; and ye shall be as e ver. 7.

Acts 26. 18.

Job 21.-26. name t || Eve, because she was the gods, knowing good and evil.

& 34. 15.

mother of all living. 6 And when the woman saw that

Ps. 101. 29.

21 Unto Adam also and to his the tree was good for food, and that

Eccles. 3.20. wife did the LORD God make coats it was † pleasant to the eyes, and a + Heb. a de-12 12.7. Rom. of skins, and clothed them.

5. 12. Heb. tree to be desired to make one wise ; sire.

22 1 And the LORD God said,

19. 27. she took of the fruit thereof, fand (I Tim.2.14. i Heb. Cha- i Behold, the man is become as one did eat; and gave also unto her hus


of us, to know good and evil: and band with her, 8 and he did eat. g ver. 12, 17.!! That is, now, lest he put forth his hand, 7 And h the eyes of them both h ver. 5.

living. k and take also of the tree of life,

1 ver. 5. were opened, i and they knew that ich. 2. 25.

Like 13. 19.

and eat, and live for ever : they were naked: and they sewed

12. & 47. 12,

23 Therefore the LORD God sent fig-leaves together, and made them

13. Jer. 22.

him forth from the garden of Eden, selves || aprons.

11 Or, things 23.

Ito till the ground from whence he 8 And they heard k the voice of logirdibout.k ch. 2. 9.

k Job 38. 1.

was taken.

Ich. 4. 2. the Lord God walking in the gar

24 So he drove out the man: and

& 9. 20. den in the cool of the day: and 1 Heb. wind. ||mch. 2. 8. he placed mat the east of the garAdam and his wife hid them- i Job 31. 33.

Ps. 104. 4.

den of Eden n Cherubims, and a selves from the presence of the Jer. 23. 24.

Heb. 1. 7. flaming sword which turned every LORD God amongst the trees of Amos 9. 3.

mch. 2. 25.

way, to keep the way of the tree of the garden.

E. 3. 6.

life. 9 And the LORD God called unto i John 3. 20.

CHAPTER IV. Adam, and said unto him, Where ch. 2. 18.

I The birth, trade, and religion of Cain

Job 31. 33. art thou ?

and Abel. 8 The murder of Abel. 11 Prov. 28. 13.

The curse of Cain. 17 Enoch the first 10 And he said, I heard thy voice

city. 19 Lamech and his two wives. 25 in the garden: mand I was afraid, 2 Cor. 11. 3.

The birth of Seth, 26 and Enos. because I was naked; and I hidi Tim. 2. 14.



ND Adam knew Eve his wife, myself.

p Ex. 21. 29,

and she conceived, and bars 11 And he said, Who told thee 32.

That is, q Is. 65. 25.

|| Cain, and said, I have gotten a that thou wast naked? Hast thou Mic. 7. 17. gotten, or, man from the LORD. eaten of the tree whereof I com-li Matt; 3. 7. I:Heb. Hebelo Abel: and Abel was f a keeper


2 And she again bare his brother manded thee, that thou shouldest & 13. 38.

+ Heb, a not eat?

& 23. 33.

feeder. of sheep, but Cain was a a tiller of 12 And the man said, n The wo- John 8: 44. ach. 3. 23.

the ground man whom thou gavest to be with Acts 13, 10. & 9. 20. me, she gave me of the tree, and I Ps. 132. 11. end of days. Fruit of the ground an offering unto

3 And t in process of time it came

* Hebo at the to pass, that Cain brought bof the did eat.

Is. 7.

b Num 13 And the LORD God said unto Mic. 5. 3.


the LORD. the woman, What is this that thou Matt. 1. 23,

4 And Abel, he also brought of

25. Luke 1. hast done?' And the woman said,

31, 34, 35. c Num. 18. c the firstlings of his t flock, and of o The serpent beguiled me, and I Gal. 4. 4. 17. Prov.3.9. the fat thereof. And the LORD did eat.

t Rom. 16. * Heb. sheep, had a respect unto Abel, and to his 14 And the Lord God said pun-20. Colos. 2. or, goats. offering :

Heb. 11. 4. to the serpent, Because thou hast 15. Heb. 2.

14. I John

5 But unto Cain, and to his offerdone this, thou art cursed above

5. 5. Rev.

ing, he had not respect : and Cain all cattle, and above every beast of 12. 7, 17. ech. 31. 2. was very wroth, e and his countethe field : upon thy belly shalt thou u Ps. 48.6.

nance fell. go, and a dust shalt thou eat all the Is. 13. 8.

6 And the LORD said unto Cain, days of thy life:

& 21. 3.

Why art thou wroth ? and why is

John 16. 21. 15 And I will put enmity be

1 Tim. 2. 15.

thy countenance fallen ? tween thee and the woman, and

wch. 4. 7.

7 If thou doest well, shalt thou between thy seed and sher seed: Or, subject||nor,have the not || be accepted? and if thou dotit shall bruise thy head, and thou to thy hus- crcellency? est not well, sin lieth at the door: shalt bruise his heel.


Heb. 11. 4. and | unto thee shall be his desire, 16 Unto the woman he said, Il Cor:11. 3. Or, subject and thou shalt rule over him.

& 14. 34. will greatly multiply thy sorrow Eph. 5.22

unto thee,

8 And Cain talked with Abel his

ch. 3. 16. and thy conception; uin sorrow 23, 24.

brother: and it came to pass when thou shalt bring forth children: 1 Tim. 2. 11,

cir. 3875.

they were in the field, that Cain w and thy desire shall be || to thy 2 Tit; 2.5.

rose up against Abel his brother,

1 husband, and he shall * rule overy 1 Sam. 15. Matt. 23.

and fslew him. thee.

35. 1 John 3.

9 And the LORD said unto 17 And unto Adam he said, y Be- z ver. 6. 12. Julle 11. Cain, & Where is Abel thy brother? cause thou hast hearkened unto the a ch. 2. 17. g Ps. 9. 12.

And he said, h I know not: Am I voice of thy wife, and hast eaten

b Eccles. 1. ni John 8. 44. my brother's keeper ? of the tree a of which I commanded 2, 3. Is. 24.

10 And he said, What hast thou thee, saying, Thou shalt not eat of 5, 6. Rom.

8. 20.

done ? the voice of thy brother's it: bcursed is the ground for thy C Job 5. 7. + Heb. f blood i crieth unto me from the sake; cin sorrow shalt thou eat of Eccles. 2.23.bloods. ground. it all the days of thy life;

d Job 31. 40. i Heb. 12. 24. 11 And now art thou cursed from 18 dThorns also and thistles shall + Heb, causeRev. 6. 10.

the earth, which hath opened her

to hud. it bring forth to thee; and e thouse Ps. 104. 14.

mouth to receive

thy brother's shalt eat the herb of the field:

blood from thy hand.


The curse of Cain.


The genealogy of Adam, &c 12 When thou tillest the ground,


Before jed their name Adam, in the day it shall not henceforth yield unto CHRISTCHRIST when they were created.

cir. 3875.

3871. thec her strength: A fugitive and

3 TAnd Adam lived an hundred a vagabond shalt thou be in the

and thirty years, and begat a son in earth.

his own likeness, after his image; 13 And Cain said unto the LORD,

dch. 4. 25. and d called his name Seth: || My punishment is greater than I ! Or, Mine el Chr. 1. 4 e And the days of Adam after can bear.

iniquity is 1, &c. he had begotten Seth were eight 14 k Behold, thou hast driven me greater than ich. I. 28.

that it inay

hundred years : fand he begat sons out this day from the face of the be forgiren.

and daughters : earth; and I from thy face shall Ik Job 15. 20

5 And all the days that Adam be hid; and I shall be a fugitive.-21.

lived were nine hundred and thirty and a vagabond in the earth; and · Ps. 51. 11.

och. 3. 19. years: K and he died. it shall come to pass, mthat every mch. 9. 6.

Heb. 9. 27. 6 And Seth lived an hundred and one that findeth me shall slay me. Num. 35. 19, 3769.

five years, and h begat Enos : 15 And the Lord said unto him, 21, 27.

h ch. 4. 26. 7 And Seth lived after he begat Therefore whosoever slayeth Cain,

Enos eight hundred and seven vengeance shall be taken on him

years, and begat sons and daughn seven-fold. And the LORD Oset n Ps. 79. 12.

ters: a mark upon Cain, lest any finding Ezek. 9.4,6.

8 And all the days of Seth were him should kill him.

nine hundred and twelve years; 16 1 And Cain p went out from p 2 King: 13.

and he died. the presence of the Lord, and 23. & 24. 20.


9 | And Enos lived ninety years, dwelt in the land of Nod, on the Jer, 23, 39.

+ Heb.

and begat | Cainan:

& 52. 3. east of Eden.

Kenan. 10 And Enos lived after he begat 17 And Cain knew his wife, and cir. 3875.

Cainan eight hundred and fifteen she conceived, and bare † Enoch: Heb.

years, and begat sons and daugh

Chanoch. and he builded a city, 9 and called


q Ps. 49. 11. the name of the city after the name

11 And all the days of Enos were of his son, Enoch.

nine hundred and five years; and 18 And unto Enoch was born I

he died. cad: and Irad begat Mehujael: and


12 11 And Cainan lived seventy Mehujael begat Methusael: and

+ Gr. years, and begat | Mahalaleel : Methusael begat | Lamech.

+ Heb. Le- Maleleel. 13 And Cainan lived after he be 19 1 And Lamech took unto him mech.

gat Mahalaleel eight hundred and two wives: the name of the one

forty years, and begat sons and was Adah, and the name of the

daughters : other Zillah.

14 And all the days of Cainan 20 And Adah bare Jabal: he was

were nine hundred and ten years; the father of such as dwell in tents,

and he died. and of such as have cattle.

3544. 15 1 And Mahalaleel lived sixty 21 And his brother's name was

Heb.Jered. and five years, and begat Jared : Jubal: he was the r father of all Rom. 4. 11,

16 And Mahalaleel lived after

12. such as handle the harp and organ. Heb.

he begat Jared eight hundred and 22 And Zillah, she also bare Tu- whetter.

thirty years, and begat sons and bal-cain, an finstructor of every Or, I would

daughters: artificer in brass and iron: and the slaya man in

17 And all the days of Mahalasister of Tubal-cain was Naamah. my wound,

leel were eight hundred ninety and 23 And Lamech said nnto his

11 Or, in my

five years; and he died. wives, Adah and Zillah, Hear my hurt.

3382. 18° 1 And Jared lived an hundred voice, ye wives of Lamech, heark- s ver. 15.

sixty and two years, and he begat en unto my speech: for || I have 3874. Jude 14. 15. i Enoch:

tch. 5. 3. slain a man to my wounding, and a

19 And Jared lived after he begat

Heb.Sheth. young man || to my hurt.

Enoch eight hundred years, and be

That is, 24 $ If Cain shall be avenged se- appointed,

gat sons and daughters : ven-fold, truly Lamech seventy and or, pul.

20 And all the days of Jared were seven-fold.

uch. 5. 6.

nine hundred sixty and two years; 25 1 And Adam knew his wife

+ Heb.

and he died.

Enosh. again, and she bare a son, and

11 Or, to call

3317. 21 1 And Enoch lived sixty and t called his name † || Seth : For God, themselves +Gr.Mathu- five years, and begat † Methusesaid she, hath appointed me an- by the name sala.

lah: other seed instead of Abel, whom of the kch. 6. 9. & 22 And Enoch k walked with God Cain slew.

LORD. 17. 1. & 24.

after he begat Methuselah three

3769. 26 And to Seth, u to him also

40.2 Kings hundred years, and begat sons and

w 1 Kings 20. 3. Ps. there was born a son; and he call- 18. 24. Ps. 16.8. & 116. daughters : ed his name † Enos: then began 116. 17. Joel 9. & 128. 1. 23 And all the days of Enoch men || w to call upon the name of 2. 32. Zeph. Mic. 6. 8. were three hundred sixty and five the LORD.

3. 9. I Cor. Mal. 2. 6.


1. 2. CHAPTER V.

1 2 Kings 2.

24 And 1 Enoch walked with I The genealogy, age, and death of the

11. Heb. 11. God, and he was not: for God patriarchs from Adam unto Noah. 24

took him. The godliness and translation of Enoch. 4004.

3130. 25 And Methuselah lived an hun

a 1 Chr. 1.1. THIS is the a book of the genera

dred eighty and seven years, and

Luke 3. 36. tions of Adam: In the day that

+ Heb. begat Lamech: God created man, in b the likeness b ch. 1. 26. Lemech. 26 And Methuselah lived after of God made he him :

Eph. 4. 24.
Col. 3. 10.

he begat Lamech seven hundred 2 c Male and female created he

eighty and two years, and begat ch. 1. 27.

с them; and blessed them, and call

sons and daughters :


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The wickedness of the world. CHAPTERS VI. VII. The form, and end of the ark.

27 And all the days of Methuse- Before Before 13 And God said unto Noah, pThe lah were nine hundred sixty and CHRIST||CHRIST end of all flesh is come before me; nine years; and he died.

for the earth is filled with violence 28 11 And Lamech lived an hun

p Jer. 51. 13. through them: 4 and behold, I will dred eighty and two years, and be

Ezek. 7. 2,

destroy them || with the earth. gat a son:

3, 6. Amos 14 11 Make thee an ark of gopher29 And he called his name f || No-Gr. Noe.

8. 2.

1 Pet. wood: Frooms shalt thou make in

4. 7.
ah, saying, This same shall "com-

Luke 3. 36.
q ver. 17.

the ark, and shalt pitch it within

Heb. 11. 7.
fort us concerning our work and 1 Pei. 3. 20. Or, from

and without with pitch.
toil of our hands, because of the That is, the earth. 15 And this is the fashion which
ground m which the Lord hath rest, ||Heb. nests. thou shalt make it of: The length of


the ark shall be three dred cu30 And Lamech lived after he in ch. 3. 17.

bits, the breadth of it fifty cubits,

& 4. 11. begat Noah five hundred ninety

and the height of it thirty cubits. and five years, and begat sons and

16 A window shalt thou make to daughters :

the ark, and in a cubit shalt thou 31 And all the days of Lamech


finish it above; and the door of were seven hundred seventy and

the ark shalt thou set in the side seven years, and he died.


thereof: with lower, second, and 32 And Noah was five hundred

third stories shalt thou make it. years old : and Noah begat n Shem, n ch. 6. 10.

r ver. 13. 17 r And behold, I, even I, do Ham, "and Japheth.

och. 10. 21. ch. 7. 4, 21, bring a flood of waters upon the CHAPTER VI.

22, 23. 2 Pet. earth, to destroy all flesh, wherein

2. 5 1 The wickedness of the world, which pro-bDeut.7.3, 4.

a ch, 1. 28.

is the breath of life, from under voked God's wrath, and caused the

heaven: and every thing that is in food. 8 Noah findeth grace. 14 The - Gal. 5. 16,

17. .

the earth shall die. order, form, and end of the ark.

19, 20.

18 But with thee will I establish AND it came to pass a when a Di; h. 39. lsch, 7.1,7 my covenant: and thou shalt come

men to on Orthe 13. 1 Petarkthou, and face of the earth, and daughters wholeimagjia 20. 2 Pet. 2. and thy wife, and thy sons' wives

nation: were born unto them,


with thee. 2 That the sons of God saw the word signifi

19 And of every living thing of daughters of men that they were eth not only lech. 7. 8,9, all flesh, t two of every sort shalt fair; and they h took them wives of theimagina-|15, 16. thou bring into the ark, to keep all which they chose.

tion, but also

them alive with thee: they shall be 3 And the Lord said, My Spi- and desires.

male and female. rit shall not always strive with e ch. 8. 21.

20 Of fowls after their kind, and man, d for that he also is flesh: Deut. 29. 19.

of cattle after their kind, of every yet his days shall be an hundred Prov. 6. 18.

creeping thing of the earth after and twenty years.

Matt. 15. 19.
2469. uch. 7.9, 15.

his kind; two of every sort u shall 4 There were giants in the earth + Heb.every See ch. 2. 19. come unto thee, to keep them alive. in those days; and also after that, day.

21 And take thou unto thee of all when the sons of God came in un- i See Num.

food that is eaten, and thou shalt to the daughters of men, and they 23. 19.

gather it to thee; and it shall be bare children to them: the same be

I Sam. 15.
11, 29.

for food for thee, and for them. came mighty men, which were of old, 2Sam 24.16. See Ex. 40. ing to all that God commanded

w Heb. 11.7.

22 w Thus did Noah; Xaccordmen of renown.

5 1 And God saw that the wick- Jam. 1. 17.

x ch. 7. 5, 9, him, so did he.
edness of man was great in the & Is. 63. 10. 16.

CHAPTER VII. earth, and that || every e imagina: Hebo from

Eph. 4. 30.

1 Noah with his family and the living tion of the thoughts of his heart

creatures enter into the ark. 17 The was only evil † continually.


beginning, increase, and continuance of 6 And fit repented the Lord h ch. 19. 19.

the flood.
that he had made
man on the Ex. 33. 12,

, earth, and it & grieved him at his 13, 16, 17, a ver, 7, 13. a Come thou and all thy house

Luke 1. 30. heart.

Matt. 24. 38. into the ark: for b thee have I seen Acts 7. 46.

26. 7 And the LORD said, I will de- ich. 7. 1. Heb. 11. 7. righteous before me in this generastroy man whom I have created Ezek. 14.

1 Pet. 3. 20. tion. from the face of the earth; t both 14, 20. 2 Pet. 2. 5. 2 Ofevery c clean beast thou shalt man and beast, and the creeping Heb. 11. 7.

Rom. 1. 17.

bch. 6. 9. take to thee by sevens, the male thing, and the fowls of the air; for

Ps. 33. 18,19. and his female; d and of beasts that 2 Pet. 2. 5.

Prov. 10. 9. it repenteth me that I have made 1 Or, up- 2 Pet. 2. 9.

are not clean by two, the male and them.


his female. 8 But Noah h found grace in the kch. 5. 22. Lev. ch. 11. 3 Of fowls also of the air by se

I ch. 5. 32. eyes of the LORD.

Heb. seven vens, the male and the female ; to

2448. '9These are the generations of

mch. 7, 1.

keeps seed alive upon the face of all

a Lev.10. 10. Noah: i Noah was a just man, and & 10. 9. Ezek. 44. 23.

the earth. Il perfect in his generations, and & 13. 13.

4 For yet seven days, and I will Noah k walked with God.

2 Chr. 34. 27.

cause it to rain upon the earth 10 And Noah begat three sons, Rom. 2. 13.

Luke 1.6.

e ver. 12. 17. e forty days and forty nights : and 1 Shem, Ham, and Japheth.

& 3. 19.

every living substance that I have 11 The earth also was corrupt n Ezek.8.17.1+ Hebblot made will † † destroy from off the m before God; and the earth was & 28. 16.


face of the earth.
A filled with violence.

Hab. 2. 8,17.
fch. 6. 22.

5 f And Noah did according unto 12 And God • looked upon the och, 18. 21.

all that the LORD commanded him.

Ps. 14. 2.
earth, and behold, it was corrupt : & 33. 13, 14. 2349.

6 And Noah was six hundred for all flesh had corrupted his way & 53. 2, 3.

years old when the flood of waters upon the earth.

was upon the earth.


man unto


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Noah entereth into the ark.


The waters assuage. 7 11 % And Noah went in, and his


CHAPTER VIII. sons, and his wife, and his sons' CHRIST|CHRIST|1 The waters assunge. 4 The ark resteth

23 19.

23 19. wives with him, into the ark, be

on Araral. 7 The raven and the dore. cause of the waters of the flood.

15 Noah, being commanded, 18 goeth

forth of the ark. 20 He buildeth an 8 Of clean beasts, and of beasts

altar, and offereth sacrifice, 21 uchich that are not clean, and of fowls,

God accepleil, and promiseth to curse and of every thing that creepeth

the earth no more. upon the earth,

a ch. 19. 29. 9 There went in two and two

Ex. 2. 21.

a 1 Sam. 1. 19. the cattle that was with him in the

and every living thing, and all unto Noah into the ark, the male and the female, as God had com

b Ex. 14. 21. ark: band God made a wind to manded Noah.

pass over the earth, and the waters 10 And it came to pass, II after n Or, on the

assuaged. seven days, that the waters of the seventh day. I ch. 7. 11. 2 c The fountains also of the deep, flood were upon the earth.

and the windows of heaven were 11 11 In the six hundredth year

1 Job 38. 37. stopped, and d the rain from heaven of Noah's life, in the second month,

was restrained; the seventeenth day of the month,

3 And the waters returned from the same day were all h the foun-h ch. 8. 2. + Heb. in go- off the earth continually: and aftains of the great deep broken up, Ezek. 26. 19. turning

Prov. 8. 28. ing and re

ter the end e of the hundred and and the || i windows of heaven were

11 Or, flood-
e ch. 7. 24.

fifty days the waters were abated. opened.

4 And the ark rested in the se

gales. 12 k And the rain was upon the ich. 1. 7. &

venth month, on the seventeenth earth forty days and forty nights.

8. 2. Ps. 78.

day of the month, upon the moun13 In the self-same day lentered 23.

tains of Ararat.

k ver. 4, 17. Noah, and Shem, and Ham, and

I ver. 1, 7.
+ Heb. were

5 And the waters † decreased conJapheth, the sons of Noah, and ch. 6. 18. in going and timually, until the tenth month: in Noah's wife, and the three wives of Heb. 11. 7. deci eusing. the tenth month, on the first day of his sons with them, into the ark: 1 Pet. 3. 20.

the month, were the tops of the 14 m They, and every beast after 2 Pet. 2. 5.

mountains seen. his kind, and all the cattle after) m ver. 2, 3,

6 1 And it came to pass at the

8, 9. their kind, and every creeping thing

end of forty days, that Noah openthat creepeth upon the earth after

fch. 6. 16 ed f the window of the ark which his kind, and every fowl after his

he had made: kind, every bird of every | sort.

+ Heb.wing.

7 And he sent forth a raven, 15 And they n went in unto nch. 6. 20. + Heb. in go- which went forth to and fro, until Noah into the ark, two and two of

ing forthand the waters were dried up from off all flesh, wherein is the breath of

returning. the earth. life.

8 Also he sent forth a dove from 16 And they that went in, went

him, to see if the waters were abain male and female of all flesh, o as o ver. 2, 3.

ted from off the face of the ground. God had commanded him: and the

9 But the dove found no rest for LORD shut him in.

the sole of her foot, and she re17 P And the flood was forty days p ver. 4, 12.

turned unto him into the ark; for upon the earth: and the waters in

the waters were on the face of the creased, and bare up the ark, and it

whole earth. Then he put forth his was lift up abovo the earth.

+ Heb. caus- hand, and took her, and f pulled

ed her to 18 And the waters prevailed, and

her in unto him into the ark. were increased greatly upon the

10 And he stayed yet other seven earth: 4 and the ark went upon the q Ps. 104. 26.

days; and again he sent forth the face of the waters.

dove out of the ark. 19 And the waters prevailed ex

11 And the dove came in to him ceedingly upon the earth; r and all r Ps. 104.6.

in the evening, and lo, in her the high' hills that were under the Jer. 3. 23.

mouth was an olive-leaf pluckt off. whole heaven were covered.

So Noah knew that the waters were 20 Fifteen cubits upward did the

abated from off the earth. waters prevail: and the mountains

12 And he stayed yet other seven were covered.

days, and sent forth the dove; 21 s And all flesh died that mov-sch.6.13,17.

which returned not again unto him ed upon the earth, both of fowl, ver. 4. Job

any more.

22.16. Matt. and of cattle, and of beast, and of

24. 39. Luke


13 1 And it came to pass in the every creeping thing that creepeth 17.27. 2 Pet.

six hundredth and first year, in upon the earth, and every man:

3. 6.

the first month, the first day of the 22 All in t whose nostrils was t ch. 2. 7.

month, the waters were dried up f the breath of life, of all that was

+ Heb. the

from off the earth: and Noah re

breath of the in the dry land, died.

moved the covering of the ark, and

spirit of life. 23 And every living substance

looked, and behold, the face of the was destroyed which was upon the

ground was dry. face of the ground, both man, and

14 And in the second month, on cattle, and the creeping things, and

the seven and twentieth day of the the fowl of the heaven; and they

month, was the earth dried.

u 1 Pet. 3.20. were destroyed from the earth :

15 11 And God spake unto Noah,

2 Pet. 2. 5. and u Noah only remained alive, &. 3. 6.

saying, and they that were with him in the wch. 8. 3.

16 Go forth of the ark, 5 thou,

8 ch. 7. 13. ark.

& ch.8. 4.

and thy wife, and thy sons, and thy 24 w And the waters prevailed compared

sons' wives with thee. upon the earth an hundred and fifty of this chap. ln ch. 7. 16.

with ver. 11

17 Bring forth with thee hevery, days.

living thing that is with thee, of


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