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15 1 And the Lord God . k »J Thou hast been

took the Man, and put him ' f, Thou wast p«f^a^T°hy w«y« into the Garden of Eden, to from iheDay that thou wast created, dress it and to keep it. ,IJ1 i">'q»'ty *»« foaad in thee.

16 And the Lord commanded the Man, faying, Of every Tree of the Garden thou mayst freely eat:

17 But of the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and £ Vil, thou shalt not eat of it: for in the Day that thou eatest thereof, thou shalt Surely Die.

18 And the Lord God said, It is not good that the Man should be alone: I will make him an help meet for him.

19 And out of the Ground the Lord God formed every fieast of the Field, and every Fowl of the Air, and brought them unto Adam to fee what he would call them: and whatsoever Adam called every living Creature, that was the Name thereof.

20 And Adam gave Names to all the Cattle, and to the Fowls of the.Air, and to every Beast of the Field: but for Adam there was not found an Help meet for him.

21 And the Lord God caused a deep Sleep to fall upon Adam, and he slept: and he took one of his Ribs, and closed up theFleft in stead thereof.

22 'And the Rib, which 1 , c.r.xi. t The Man BOt of

the Lordgod had taken from the woman, but the Woman of the

Man, made he a Woman, Man- ., ... .

, . u t. . L » Neither was the Man created

and breugnt her to the Man. for the woman: but the woman sot

23 And Adam said, This «he Man.

is row Bone of my Bones, "Neither is the Man without the

„, _ - „, 1 n Woman, neither the Woman without

ana r lein or my blelh: lhe the Man in the Lo»d.

fhril be called Woman, be- »» »» 'he Woman it of the

.,,so A>= .„i.„„ „r Man, even so is the Man also by the

cJuse she was. taken out of Wom,iJ1. but all things of GoJ

Man. Efbts. v. j 1 For this Cause stall

24 Therefore shall a Man a Man leave hU Father 111(1 M°ther, ■ leave his Father and his Mo- fl TM£ BAXZn**' ther, and mall cleave unto his

Wife: and they shall be one Flesh.

25 And they were both naked, the Man and his Wife, and were not ashamed.


1 The Serpent deceiveth Eve. 6 Man's Fall. 9 God arraign* tth them. 14 The Serpent is cursed. 15 The promised Seed.


16 The Punijhmcnt of 'Mankind. 21 Their firji Clothing. 22 Their casting out of Paradise.

1 "^^[OW the Serpent was more subtil than any Beast Jlai of the Field which the Lord God had made: and he said unto the Woman, Yea, hath God said, Ye shall not eat of every Tree of the Garden? )

2 And the Woman said unto the Serpent, We may eat of the Fruit of the Trees of the Garden:

3 But of the Fruit of the Tree which is in the midst of the Garden, God hath said, Ye shall not eat of it, neither stall ye touch it, lest ye die.

4 ■ And the Serpent said unto the Woman, Ye shall not surely die.

5 For God doth know,

■ 1 Tim. ii. 14 The Woman being deceived, was in the Tianfgtession.

2 Or. xi. j Fear, lest by any means, as the Setpent beguiled Eve through his Subtilty, so your Minds should be

that in tne uay ye eat tnere- COfruptcd ftom the simplicity that is of, then your Eyes shall be in Christ. opened, and ye shall be as Gods, knowing Good and Evil.

6 n And when the Woman law that the Tree was good •for Food, and that it was pleasant to the Eyes, and a Tree to be desired to make one Wise; ste took of the Fruit thereof, and did eat, and gave also unto her Husband with her, and he did eat.

7 And the Eyes of them both were opened, and they knew that they were naked: and they sewed Fig-leaves together, and made themselves Aprons.

8 And they heard the Voice of the Lord God walking in the Garden in the Cool of the Day: and Adam and his Wife hid themselves from the Presence of -the Lord God amongst theTrees of the Garden.

Him. v. 12 Wherefore as by one Man Sin entred into the Woild, and Death by Sin; and so Death pasted upon all Men, for that all have sinned.

1) For until the Law, Sin was in the World: but Sin is not imputed when theie is no Law.

14 Nevenheless Death reigned from Adam to Moses, even over them that had not sinned after the Similitude of Adam's Transgiestion, who is the Figure of him that was to come:

is But not as the Offence, so aHb is the free Gift: Fot if through the Offence of one, many be dead, much, more the Grace of God, and the Gift by Gtace, which is by one Man, JeSus Christ hath abounded unto many.

16 And not as it was by one that sinned, so is the Gift: for the Judgment was by one to Condemnation; but the free Gift is or many Offences unto Justification.

17 Fot if by one Man's Offence, Death reigned by one; much more they which) receive abundance of Grace, and of the Gift of Righteousness, shall reigu in Life by one, JeSus Christ.

9 And the Lord God called unto Adam, and said unto him, Where art thou?

10 And he said, I heard thy Voice in the Garden, and I was afraid, because I was naked; and I hid my self.

11 And he said, Who told thee that thou wast naked? hast thou eaten of the Tree whereof I commanded thee, that thou shouldst not eat?

i z And the Man said, The Woman whom thou gavest to

i S Therefore as by the Offence of one, Judgment came upon all Men to Condemnation: even so by the Righteousness of one, the free Gift came upon ail Men unto Justification of Life.

19 For as by one Man's Disobedience many were made Sinners: so by the Obedience of one (hall many be made righteous.

to Moreover, the Law entred, that the Offence might abound: But where Sin abounded, Grace did much more abound

ii That as Sin hath reigned unto Death, even so might Grace reign through Righteousness unto eternal Life, by Ji:sus Christ Our Lord.

I Or. xv. 20 But now is Christ

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Ps*l. li. 5 Behold I was ihapen in Iniquity; and in Sin did my Mothet conceive me.

1 John i. a if we fay that we have no Sin we deceive ourselves, and the Truth is not in us.

9 If we confess our Sins, he is

And the Woman said, The Serpent beguiled me, and I did eat.

1+ And the Lord God said unto the Serpent, Because thou hast done this, thou art

cursed above all Cattle, and faithful and just to forgive us out

above every Beast of theField: *n£eousoessCl"nse "* fm aU Un"

upon thy Belly shalt thou go,

and Dust shalt thou eat all the Days of thy Life.

.15 And I will put Enmity between thee and the Woman, and between thy Seed and her Seed: it shall Bruise thy Head, and thou shalt bruise his Heel.

16 * Unto the Woman he * 1 Tim. ii. ti For Adam wai first said, I will greatly multiply formed, then Eve. thy Sorrow and thy Concep- . H And Adam was not deceived,

tion; in Sorrow thou shalt bring forth Children : and thy Desire shall be to thy Husband, and he shall rule over thee.

17 0 And unto Adam he laid, Because thou hast hearkned unto the Voice of thy Wife, and hast eaten of the

but tbe Woman being deceived 1
in the Transgression.

Is Notwithstanding she shall be saved in Child-bearing, if they continue in Faith, and Charity, and Holiness with Sobriety.

"Edits, ii. 11 Then 1 looked on all the Works that my Hands had wrought, and on the Labour that I had laboured to do: and behold, all


Tree of which I commanded thee, saying, Thou (halt not cat of it: cursed is the Ground for thy Sake; in Sorrow shalt thou eat of it all the Days of thy Life.

18 Thorns also and Thistles shall it bring forth to thee: and thou shalt eat the Herb of the Field.

19 In the Sweat of thy Face {halt thou eat Bread, till thou return unto the Ground; for out of it wast thou taken: for Dust thou art, and unto Dust shalt thou return.

20 And Adam called his Wife's Name Eve, because slie was the Mother of all living.

21 Unto Adam also and to his Wife did the Lord God make Coats of Skins, and cloathed them.

22 And the Lord God said, Behold, the Man is become as one of us, to know Good and Evil. And now left he put forth his Hand, and take also of the Tree of Life, and eat, and live for ever:

23 Therefore the Lord Go D sent him forth from the Garden of Eden, to till the Ground, from whence he was taken.

24 So he drove out the Man : and he placed at the East of the Garden Of Eden, Cherubims, and a flaming Sword which turned every Way, to keep the Way of the Tree of Life.

was Vahitv and Vexation of Spirit, and there was no Profit under, the Sun.

Pfitl. xc. j Thou earnest them away as with a Flood, they are as a Steep: in the Morning they are like Crass which groweth up.

6 In the Morning it flourifheth, and groweth up 1 in the Evening it is cut down, and withereth.

10 The Days of our rears are Threescore Years and Ten | and if by reason of Strength they be fourscore Years, yet is their Strength LaBour and Sorrow: for it is loon cut off, and we fly away.

iz So teach us tp number our Pays, that we may apply our Hearts unto Wisdom.

Pftl. ciii. 14 For he knoweth out Frame : he remembreth that we are Dust.

15 As for Man, his Days are as Grafs : as a Flower of the Field, fit he flourifheth.

1 Pit. i. 24 For all Flesh is at Grafs, and all the Gloty of Man, as the Flower of Grafs. The Grafs wi» thereth, and the Flower thereof falleth away.

25 But the Word of the Lord endureth forever. And this is the Word which by the Gospel is preached unto you.

Ps*l. xixix. 6 Surely every Man walketh in a vain Shew: Surely they are disquieted in vain: he heapeth up Riches, and knoweth not who shall gather them.

7 And now, Lord, what waitl for! my Hope is in thee.

J't xiv. 1 Man that is born of a Woman, is of few Days, and is full of Trouble.

2 He cometh forth like a Flower, and is cut down : he fleet h also as a Shadow, and continueth not.

3 And dost thou open thine Eyes upon such an one,' and bringest me into Judgment with thee?

4 Who can bring a clean Thing out of an unclean} not one.

Pftl. xlix. is Nevertheless, Man being in Honour, abideth not: he is like the Beasts that perish.

13 This their Way is their Folly j yet their Posterity approve their Saying*,

C * 14 Like;

14 Like Sheep they laid in the Grave, Death (hall feed on them; and the Uptight shall have Dominion ovet them in the Morning, and their Beauty {hall consume in the Grave, from their Dwelling.

Jcb i. zt Naked came I out of my Mother's Womb, and naked shall I return thither.

1 Tim. vi. 7 For we brought nothing into this World, and it is certain we can carry nothing out.

8 And having Food and Raiment, let us be therewith content.

Eccles. v. rs As he came forth of his Mother's Womb, naked shall he return to go as he came, and shall take nothing of his Labour'which he may carry away in his fiand.

16 And this also is a sore Evil, that in all Points as he came, so shall he go : and what Profit hath he that hath laboured for the Wind.

Jtmei iv. 14 Ye know not what shall be on the Morrow: For w.hat is your Life} it is even a Vapour that appeaieth for a little time, and then vanisheth away.


1 The Birth, T"tide, and Religion of Cain and Abel. 8 The Murder os Abel. 11 The Curse os Cain. 19 Lantech and his two Wives. 25 Tin Birth of Seth, 26 and Enos.

Ver. 1 A ND Adam knew Eve his Wife: and she conceived, l\. and bare Cain, and said, I have gotten a Man from the Lord.

2 And slie again bare his Brother Abel. And Abel was a Keeper of Sheep, but Cain was a Tiller of the Ground.

3 And in process of Time it came ^o pass, that Cain brought of the Fruit of the Ground an'Offering unto the Lord.

4 P And Abel, he also * m- 4 By F*«h Abel offer

i,„„„u. „s r>:_<u:__. „r ed unto God a more excellent Sacribrought of the First! ngs of fice than Cain, by which he obtained his Flock, and or the Fat Witness, that he was Righteous, God thereof. And the Lord had testifying of his Gifts: and by it he Respect unto Abel, and to betng dead, yet speaketh. his Offering.

5 But unto Cain and to his Offering he had not Respect. And Cain was very wroth, and his Countenance fell.

6 And the Lord said unto Cain, Why art thou wroth? and why is thy Countenance fallen?

7 If thou dost well, shalt thou not be accepted ? ^nd if thou dost not well, Sin Iicth at the Door. And unto thee shall be his Desire, and thou shalt rule over him.

, 8 ?And Cain talked with > ?•*» «i. n For this is the MesAbt-1 his Brother: And it s»8* ye heM* torn the Begin. , , mng, that we should love one a

came to pass when they were nothrr.

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