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Old Testament Revision 1

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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for meat & it was so even as I spake & I God saw every thing that I had made & behold all things which I had made were verry <​very​> good & the evening & the morning were the sixth day——
Genesis, Chapter 2
Thus the Heaven & the Earth were finished & all the host of them & on the seventh day I God ended my work & all things which I had made & I rested on the seventh day from all my work & all things which I had made were finished & I saw that they were good & I God blessed the seventh day & sanctified it because that in it I had rested from all my work which I God had created & made And now behold I say unto you that these are the generations of the Heaven & of the Earth when they were created in the day that I the Lord God made the Heaven & the Earth & every plant of the field before it was in the Earth & every herb of the field before it grew for I the Lord God created all things of which I have spoken spiritually before they were naturally upon the face of the Earth for I the Lord God had not caused it to rain upon the face of the earth & I the Lord God had created all the children of men & not yet a man to till the ground for in Heaven created I them & there was not yet flesh upon the Earth neither in the water neither in the air but I the Lord God spake & there went up a mist from the Earth & watered the whole face of the ground & I the Lord God formed Man from the dust of the ground & breathed into his nostrils the breath of life & man became a living soul the first flesh upon the Earth the first man also nevertheless all things were before created but spiritually were they created [&] made according to my word & I the Lord God planted a garden eastward in Eden & there I put them man whom I had formed & out of the ground made I the Lord God to grow every tree naturally that is pleasant to the sight of man & man could behold it & they became also a living soul for it was spiritaull spiritual in the day that I created it for it remaineth in the sphere which I created it yea even all things which I prepared for the use of man & man saw that it was good for food & I the Lord God placed the tree of life also in the midst of the garden & also the tree of knowledge of good & evil & a River went out of Eden to water the garden & from thence it was parted & became into four heads & I the Lord God called the name of the <​first​> Pison & it compasseth the whole land of Havilah where there were created much gold & the gold of that land was good & there was bdellium & the Onyx stone & the name of the second River was called Gihon the same was it that compasseth the whole land of Ethiopia & the name of the third River was Hiddekel that was it which goeth towards the east of Assyria & the fourth River was Euphrates & I the Lord God took the man & put him into the garden of Eden & to dress it & to keep it & I the Lord God commanded the man saying Of every tree of the garden thou mayest freely eat but of the tree of the [p. 5]
for meat & it was so even as I spake & I God saw every thing that I had made & behold all things which I had made were very good & the evening & the morning were the sixth day——
Genesis, Chapter 2
Thus the Heaven & the Earth were finished & all the host of them & on the seventh day I God ended my work & all things which I had made & I rested on the seventh day from all my work & all things which I had made were finished & I saw that they were good & I God blessed the seventh day & sanctified it because that in it I had rested from all my work which I God had created & made And now behold I say unto you that these are the generations of the Heaven & of the Earth when they were created in the day that I the Lord God made the Heaven & the Earth & every plant of the field before it was in the Earth & every herb of the field before it grew for I the Lord God created all things of which I have spoken spiritually before they were naturally upon the face of the Earth for I the Lord God had not caused it to rain upon the face of the earth & I the Lord God had created all the children of men & not yet a man to till the ground for in Heaven created I them & there was not yet flesh upon the Earth neither in the water neither in the air but I the Lord God spake & there went up a mist from the Earth & watered the whole face of the ground & I the Lord God formed Man from the dust of the ground & breathed into his nostrils the breath of life & man became a living soul the first flesh upon the Earth the first man also nevertheless all things were before created but spiritually were they created & made according to my word & I the Lord God planted a garden eastward in Eden & there I put the man whom I had formed & out of the ground made I the Lord God to grow every tree naturally that is pleasant to the sight of man & man could behold it & they became also a living soul for it was spiritual in the day that I created it for it remaineth in the sphere which I created it yea even all things which I prepared for the use of man & man saw that it was good for food & I the Lord God placed the tree of life also in the midst of the garden & also the tree of knowledge of good & evil & a River went out of Eden to water the garden & from thence it was parted & became into four heads & I the Lord God called the name of the first Pison & it compasseth the whole land of Havilah where there were created much gold & the gold of that land was good & there was bdellium & the Onyx stone & the name of the second River was called Gihon the same was it that compasseth the whole land of Ethiopia & the name of the third River was Hiddekel that was it which goeth towards the east of Assyria & the fourth River was Euphrates & I the Lord God took the man & put him into the garden of Eden to dress it & to keep it & I the Lord God commanded the man saying Of every tree of the garden thou mayest freely eat but of the tree of the [p. 5]
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