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Old Testament Revision 1

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broken up and the windows of heaven were opened and the rain was upon the ea[r]th forty days and forty nights in the self same day entered Noah and Shem and Ham Japheth the sons of Noah and Noahs wife and three wives of his sons with them into the Ark and they that went in went in male and female of all flesh as God had commanded him, and the Lord shut him in and the flood was forty days upon the earth and the watters increas’d and bear up the Ark and it was lift up above the e earth and the watters prevailed and <​were​> increased greatly upon the earth and the Ark went upon the face of the watters and the watters prevaild exceedingly upon the face of the earth and all the high hills that are under the whole heaven were covered fifteen cubits upward did the watters prevail and the Mountains were covered and all flesh died that moved upon the face of the earth both of fowl and of cattle and of beasts and of every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth and every man all in whose noistrals the Lord had breathed the breath of life of all that were in the dry land died and every living substance was distroyed which was upon the face of the ground both man and cattle a and the creeping things and the fowls of the heaven and they were distroyed from the earth and Noah only remained and they that were with him in the Ark and the watters prevaild on the earth one Hundred and fifty days.
Genesis, Chapter 8
And God remembered Noah and all that was in the Ark that were with him in the Ark, and God made a wind to pass over the earth and the watters assuaged, The fountains also of the deep and the windows of heaven were stopped and the rain from heaven was restrained, and the watters returned from of[f] the earth and after the end of the Hundred and fifty days the watters were abated, and the Ark rested in the seventh Month on the seventeenth day of the Month upon the Mountains of Arrarat And the watters decreased untill the tenth Month, <​On​> In the tenth day on the first of the Month were the tops of the Mountains seen and in the tenth day of the Month were the tops of the Mountaines seen and it came to pass at the end of forty days that Noah opened the window of the Ark which he had made and he sent fourth <​forth​> a raven which went fourth <​forth​> to and fro untill the watters were dri[e]d up from off the earth also he sent forth a dove from him to <​see​> if the watters were abated from off the face of the ground, but the dove found no rest for the sole of her foot and she returned unto him into the Ark for the watters had not receeded from off the face of the whole earth then he put fourth forth his hand and took her and pulled her in into <​unto​> him into the Ark and he staid yet other seven days and <​again he​> sent forth the dove which returned not again unto him any more And it came to pass in the Six Hundredth and first year in the first year first Month in first day of the Month the watters were dried up from off the earth and again he sent forth the dove out of the Ark and the dove came into in to him in the evening and lo in her mouth an Olve leaf pluckt off so Noah knew [p. 22]
broken up and the windows of heaven were opened and the rain was upon the earth forty days and forty nights in the self same day entered Noah and Shem and Ham Japheth the sons of Noah and Noahs wife and three wives of his sons with them into the Ark and they that went in went in male and female of all flesh as God had commanded him, and the Lord shut him in and the flood was forty days upon the earth and the watters increas’d and bear up the Ark and it was lift up above the e earth and the watters prevailed and were increased greatly upon the earth and the Ark went upon the face of the watters and the watters prevaild exceedingly upon the face of the earth and all the high hills that are under the whole heaven were covered fifteen cubits upward did the watters prevail and the Mountains were covered and all flesh died that moved upon the face of the earth both of fowl and of cattle and of beasts and of every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth and every man all in whose noistrals the Lord had breathed the breath of life of all that were in the dry land died and every living substance was distroyed which was upon the face of the ground both man and cattle and the creeping things and the fowls of the heaven and they were distroyed from the earth and Noah only remained and they that were with him in the Ark and the watters prevaild on the earth one Hundred and fifty days.
Genesis, Chapter 8
And God remembered Noah and all that were with him in the Ark, and God made a wind to pass over the earth and the watters assuaged, The fountains also of the deep and the windows of heaven were stopped and the rain from heaven was restrained, and the watters returned from off the earth and after the end of the Hundred and fifty days the watters were abated, and the Ark rested in the seventh Month on the seventeenth day of the Month upon the Mountains of Arrarat And the watters decreased untill the tenth Month, and in the tenth day of the Month were the tops of the Mountaines seen and it came to pass at the end of forty days that Noah opened the window of the Ark which he had made and he sent forth a raven which went forth to and fro untill the watters were dried up from off the earth also he sent forth a dove from him to see if the watters were abated from off the face of the ground, but the dove found no rest for the sole of her foot and she returned unto him into the Ark for the watters had not receeded from off the face of the whole earth then he put forth his hand and took her and pulled her in unto him into the Ark and he staid yet other seven days and again he sent forth the dove out of the Ark and the dove came in to him in the evening and lo in her mouth an Olve leaf pluckt off so Noah knew [p. 22]
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