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THE FIRST BOOK OF MOSES, CALLED
In het beginning the created
CHAPTER 1 from the night; and let them B.C.4004 (?)
The creation of heaven and earth, 3 of be for signs, and for seasons,
the light, 6 of the firmament: 9 the and for days, and years:
earth separated from the waters, 11
and made fruitful. 14 The creation . 15 And let them be for lights
of the sun, moon, and stars, 20 of in the firmament of the heaven
fish and fowl, 24 of beasts and cat- to give light upon the earth:
tle. 26 Creation of man in the im-
age of God; and his blessing
29 and it was so.
The appointment of food.
16 And God made two great Ps.8.3, God's Works. Creator (1), Ex.20.11. Hearens (1), 1 Chr. 16.26.
N Earth, ch.8.22.
the heaven and the earth. the day, and the lesser light to Moon, De.33.14. D.D.Je.4.23.
2 And the earth was without rule the night: he made the
form, and void ; and darkness stars also.
The Deep. Ps.42.7. was upon the face of the deep. 17 And God set them in the
And the Spirit of God moved firmament of the heaven to give
upon the face of the waters. light upon the earth,
v.3, Light, Ex.10.23. See Omnipotence, Jb.42.2. 3 TAnd God said, Let there be 18 And to rule over the day Light, v.17.
light: and there was light. and over the night, and to di
4 And God saw the light, that vide the light from the dark- v.2, Darkness, Jb.3.6. it was good: and God divided ness: and God saw that it was
the light from the darkness. good. Day, ch.8.22.
5 And God called the light 19 And the evening and the Night (2), Ps.19.2. R.V. there was evening and Day, and the darkness he called morning were the fourth day.
there was morning, one Night. And the evening and 20 I And God said, Let the v.1, Creator (1). day.
the morning were the first day. waters bring forth abundantly p.p.Ps. 104.24.
D.p.Jb.37.18; Ps.33.6; 6 TAnd God said, Let there be the moving creature that hath
[Ps. 136.5; Je.10.12. a firmament in the midst of the life, and fowl that may fly above Birds, v.26.
waters, and let it divide the the earth in the open firmament
waters from the waters. of heaven.
7 And God made the firma- 21 And God created great Fish, Le.11.9.
ment, and divided the waters whales, and every living crea- R.V. created the great sea-
which were under the firma- ture that moveth, which the monsters,
ment from the waters which waters brought forth abun-
were above the firmament: and dantly, after their kind, and
it was so.
every winged fowl after his
8 And God called the firma- kind: and God saw that it was
ment Heaven. And the even- good.
ing and the morning were the 22 And God blessed them, say- v.28, Blessings (4).
ing, Be fruitful, and multiply, D.D.Jb.26.10; Ps.33.7; 9 1 And God said, Let the and fill the waters in the seas, [Pr.8.29; Je.5.22. waters under the heaven be and let fowl multiply in the gathered together unto
place, and let the dry land ap- 23 And the evening and the
pear: and it was so.
morning were the fifth day.
10 And God called the dry 24 | And God said, Let the
land Earth; and the gathering earth bring forth the living
together of the waters called he creature after his kind, cattle,
Seas: and God saw that it was and creeping thing, and beast
of the earth after his kind: and p.D.He.6.7.
11 And God said, Let the earth it was so.
bring forth grass, the herb yield- 25 And God made the beast of Fruit, 2 S.16.1.
ing seed, and the fruit tree the earth after his kind, and cat- Cattle, ch.31.18. ch.26.12, Increase. yielding fruit after his kind, tle after their kind, and every
whose seed is in itself, upon the thing that creepeth upon the
earth: and it was so.
art fter his kind : and God
12 And the earth brought forth saw that it was good.
grass, and herb yielding seed 26 TAnd God said, Let us make Creator (2), ch.2.7.
after his kind, and the tree man in our image, after our like- Adam, ch.2.19.
yielding fruit, whose seed was ness: and let them have domin- Divine Image, v.27.
in itself, after his kind: and ion over the fish of the sea, and Man's Dominion, ch.9.2.
God saw that it was good. over the fowl of the air, and over v.20, Birds, ch.9.2.
13. And the evening and the the cattle, and over all the earth,
morning were the third day. and over every creeping thing Creeping Things, Le.5.2.
14 TAnd God said, Let there that creepeth upon the earth. D.p.De.4.19; Ps.74.16. be lights in the firmament of 27 So God created man in his the heaven to divide the day own image, in the image of v.26, Divine Image, ch.5.1.
The first sabbath.
The garden of Eden.
God created he him; male and 9 And out of the ground made
Woman (1), ch.2.22. female created he them. the LORD God to grow every tree p.p.Eze.31.8.
Blessings (4), ch.9.1. 28 And God blessed them, and that is pleasant to the sight, See Trees (4), (Index).
See Children (2), Ps.127.4. God said unto them, Be fruitful, and good for food; the tree of
and multiply, and replenish the life also in the midst of the gar- Tree of Life, ch.3.22.
Pre-eminence of Man,Ps.8.6. earth, and subdue it: and have den, and the tree of knowledge See Knowledge (1), ch.3.5.
dominion over the fish of the of good and evil.
sea, and over the fowl of the 10 And a river went out of p.p.Ps.46.4.
air, and over every living thing E'děn to water the garden; and
that moveth upon the earth. from thence it was parted, and
29 [And God said, Behold, I became into four heads.
Temporal Gifts, ch.9.3. have given you every herb bear- 11 The name of the first is See Rivers (Index).
ing seed, which is upon the face Pi'son: that is it which com-
of all the earth, and every tree, passeth the whole land of Hăv’i-
in the which is the fruit of a lah, where there is gold;
tree yielding seed; to you it .12 And the gold of that land Gold, Ex.12.35.
Food (1), ch.9.3.
shall be for meat.
is good: there is bdellium and
30 And to every beast of the the onyx stone.
earth, and to every fowl of the 13 And the name of the sec-
air, and to every thing that ond river is Gihon: the same
v.26, Creeping Things. creepeth upon the earth, where is it that compasseth the whole
Jb.38.41, Providence. in there is life, I have given land of E-thi-ā'pi-a.
every green herb for meat: and 14 And the name of the third
it was so.
river is Hid'de-kěl: that is it p.p.Da.10.4.
p.p.Ps.104.24; 1 Ti.4.4. 31 And God saw every thing which goeth toward the east of
Ps.8.3, God's Works. that he had made, and, behold, As-sýr'1-å. And the fourth river Assyria, ch.10.11.
See God's Wisdom, Jb.12.13. it was very good. And the is Eū-phrā'tēş.
evening and the morning were 15 And the LORD God took the Agriculture, ch.4.2.
the sixth day.
man, and put him into the gar- Industry (1), Pr.6.6.
den of E'děn to dress it and to Work Enjoined, ch.3.19.
The first sabbath. 8 The garden of keep it.
Eden. 17 The tree of knowledge 16 And the LORD God com-
forbidden. 19 The creatures named.
21 The making of woman, and in- manded the man, saying, Of ch.1.29, Food (1).
stitution of marriage.
every tree of the garden thou De.2.7, Divine Supplies.
heavens freely eat:
the host of them.
edge of good and evil, thou shalt
D.p.Ex.31.17; He.4.4. 2 And on the seventh day God not eat of it: for in the day Jb.3.23, Limitations.
ended his work which he had that thou eatest thereof thou Sin's Penalty, ch.3.19.
See Rest Enjoined, Ex.23.12. made; and he rested on the shalt surely die.
Spir. Death, Pr.8.36.
seventh day from all his work 18 TAnd the LORD God said,
which he had made.
It is not good that the man
Seven Days, ch.7.4.
3 And God blessed the seventh should be alone; I will make
Sabbath (1), Ex.16.23. day, and sanctified it: because him an help meet for him. Wife, v.24.
that in it he had rested from all 19 And out of the ground the
See Creator (1), ch.1.1. his work which God created and LORD God formed every beast
of the field, and every fowl of See Co-operation with God,
4. (The are the generations the air; and brought them unto
of the heavens and of the earth Ad'am to see what he would call ch.1.26, Adam, v.23.
when they were created, in the them: and whatsoever Adam See Man'sDominion,ch.1.26.
day that the LORD God made called every living creature,
the earth and the heavens, that was the name thereof.
5 And every plant of the field 20 And Adam gave names to
before it was in the earth, and all cattle, and to the fowl of the ch.1.25, Cattle.
every herb of the field before it air, and to every beast of the ch.1.20, Birds.
grew: for the LORD God had field; but for Ad'am there was ch.1.28, Pre-eminence of
not caused it to rain upon the not found an help meet for him.
earth, and there was not a man 21 And the LORD God caused a
to till the ground.
deep sleep to fall upon Adam, ch.15.12, Sleep (5).
6 But there went up a mist and he slept: and he took one
from the earth, and watered the of his ribs, and closed up the
whole face of the ground. fiesh instead thereof;
ch.1.26, Creator (2), ch.5.2. 7 And the LORD God formed 22 And the rib, which the
Dust (1), ch.3.19.
man of the dust of the ground, LORD God had taken from man,
and breathed into his nostrils made he a woman, and brought ch.1.27, Woman (1), ch.3.1.
Life (1), 1 S.2.6.
the breath of life; and man be- her unto the man.
Jb.32.8, Spirit of Man. came a living soul.
23 And Adam said, This is ch.1.26, Adam, ch.3.8.
8 TAnd the LORD God planted now bone of my bones, and
Gardens, 1 K.21.2. a garden eastward in E'děn; and flesh of my flesh: she shall be
there he put the man whom he called Woman, because she was
taken out of Man.
Tearthtwere camished and the may but for three of the knowl-Knowledge Withheld.
Institution of marriage.
Punishment of mankind.
Husbands' Duty, De.24.5. 24 Therefore shall a man leave to the woman, What is this that
his father and his mother, and thou hast done? And the wo-
5.18, Wife, Ps.128.3. shall cleave unto his wife: and man said, The serpent beguiled ch.1.27.Woman(1), 2C0.11.3.
Marriage (2), Mt.5.32. they shall be one flesh. me, and I did eat.
See Sin Deceptive, Ro.7.11.
25 And they were both naked, 14 And the LORD God said un-
See Innocence, Ps.19.13. the man and his wife, and were to the serpent, Because thou Satan, Jb.1.6.
hast done this, thou art cursed v.17, Divine Curse.
above all cattle, and above every Satan Humbled, Zec.3.2.
The serpent deceiveth Eve. 6 Man's beast of the field; upon thy See Abasement(1), Jb.40.12.
fall: 9 God arraigneth them. 14 belly shalt thou go, and dust
by the woman's seed. 16 Mankind's shalt thou eat all the days of
punishment; and loss of paradise. thy life:
TOW the serpent was more 15 And I put be-
Satan's Work, 1 Chr.21.1.
Craftiness, ch.27.16. the field which the LORD God between thy seed and her seed;
ch.1.27, Woman (1), v.6. had made. And he said unto it shall bruise thy head, and Satan's Defeat, Lu.4.13.
ch.2.22, Eve, v.6.
the woman, Yea, hath God said, thou shalt bruise his heel. See Christ's Sufferings,
Temptation (1), 1 Chr.21.1. Ye shall not eat of every tree 16 Unto the woman he said, I
of the garden?
will greatly multiply thy sorrow Sorrow, Pr.14.13.
2 And the woman said unto and thy conception; in sorrow
the serpent, We may eat of the thou shalt bring forth children ; Travail, ch.35.16.
ch.1.29, Food (1).
fruit of the trees of the garden: and thy desire shall be to thy Woman (3), 1 Co.11.3.
3 But of the fruit of the tree husband, and he shall rule over
which is in the midst of the thee.
See Food Prohibited, ch.9.4. garden, God hath said, Ye shall 17 And unto Adam he said, ch.1.26, Adam, ch.5.5.
Touch Not, Is.52.11. not eat of it, neither shall ye Because thou hast hearkened See Yielding to Tempta-
See Spir. Death, ch.2.17. touch it, lest ye die.
unto the voice of thy wife, and
4 And the serpent said unto the hast eaten of the tree, of which
Deception (2), Jos.9.4. woman, Ye shall not surely die: I commanded thee, saying, Thou Sin Rebuked, 1 S.2.29.
5 For God doth know that in shalt not eat of it: cursed is the Divine Curse, ch.4.11.
the day ye eat thereof, then ground for thy sake; in sorrow
R.V. shall be as God, your eyes shall be opened, and shalt thou eat of it all the days
Knowledge (1), v.22. ye shall be as gods, knowing of thy life;
good and evil.
18 Thorns also and thistles Thorns, Jb.41.2.
ch.1.27, Woman (1), v.13.
6 And when the woman saw shall it bring forth to thee; and Thistles, 2 K.14.9.
Earthly Vision, ch.13.10.
Credulity, Jos.9.14. that the tree was good for food, thou shalt eat the herb of the
Ailurements of Sin,Jos.7.21. and that it was pleasant to the field;
eyes, and a tree to be desired to 19 In the sweat of thy face ch.2.17, Sin's Penalty,
ch.2.22, Eve, v.20.
Sin's Origin, Ps.51.5.
make one wise, she took of the shalt thou eat bread, till thou
Yielding to Temptation, fruit thereof, and did eat, and return unto the ground; for out ch.2.15, Work Enjoined,
(ch.13.11. gave also unto her husband with of it wast thou taken: for dust Corruption, Jb.17.14.
Fall of Adam, Is.43.27.
her; and he did eat.
thou art, and unto dust shalt Deaths Foretold, Nu.20.24.
7 And the eyes of them both thou return.
ch.2.7, Dust (1), ch.18.27.
were opened, and they knew 20 And Adam called his wife's
See Sin's Shame, v.10. that they were naked; and they name Eve; because she was the ch.2.22, Eve, 2 Co.11.3.
sewed fig leaves together, and mother of all living.
made themselves aprons.
21 Unto Ad'am also and his See Divine Care, Ps.115.12.
God's Voice, Ex.19.19. 8 And they heard the voice of wife did the LORD God make Clothing, ch.27.15.
the LORD God walking in the coats of skins, and clothed them. Jb.38.41, Providence.
garden in the cool of the day: 22 sAnd the LORD God said,
ch.1.26, Adam, v.17. and Adam and his wife hid Behold, the man is become as
Concealment, Jos.7.21. themselves from the presence one of us, to know good and v.5, Knowledge (1), Ec.1.18.
Guilty Fear, ch.45.3.
of the LORD God amongst the evil: and now, lest he put forth
Divine Presence(2).Jb.23.15. trees of the garden.
his hand, and take also of the
Je.35.15, Divine Call (1). 9 And the LORD God called tree of life, and eat, and live for ch.2.9, Tree of Life, Pr.3.18.
unto Adam, and said unto him, ever:
1 Chr.28.9, “Searcher.” Where art thou?
23 Therefore the LORD God
10 And he said, I heard thy sent him forth from the garden ch.2.15, Agriculture.
1.8, Guilty Fear.
voice in the garden, and I was of E'děn, to till the ground from ch.2.8, Eden, Is.51.3.
Sin's Shame, Ex.32.25. afraid, because I was naked; whence he was taken.
ch.2.15, Work Enjoined.
and I hid myself.
24 So he drove out the man; See Exclusion (2), Mt.5.20.
11 And he said, Who told thee and he placed at the east of the See Sin Separates, Ex.33.3.
that thou wasť naked? Hast garden of E'děn Chěr'u-bỉmş, Cherubim (1), Eze 10.5.
thou eaten of the tree, whereof and a flaming sword which See Sword of the Lord,
I commanded thee that thou turned every way, to keep the
Disobedience (2), ch.19.26. shouldest not eat?
Birth of Cain and Abel.
GENESIS, 4, 5
Birth of Seth.
ND Adam knew Eve his the presence of the LORD, and Ex.33.3, Sin Separates.
and bare Cain, and said, I have east of E'děn.
ch.33.5, Children (1). gotten a man from the LORD. 17 And Cāin knew his wife;
2 And she again bare his broth- and she conceived, and bare ch.21.2, Conception.
Shepherds, ch.13.5. er А’běl. And A’běl was a keep- É'noch: and he builded a city, p.p.Ps.49.11.
er of sheep, but Cāin was a tiller and called the name of the city,
ch.2.15, Agriculture, ch.9.20. of the ground.
after the name of his son,
3 And in process of time it E'noch.
came to pass, that Cāin brought 18 And unto E'noch was born
of the fruit of the ground an I'răd : and I'răd begat Me-hū'ja-
See Offerings (Index). offering unto the LORD. el: and Me-hū'ja-el begat Me-
ch.46.1, Sacrifices (1). 4 And A'běl, he also brought thụ'sa-el : and Me-thu'sa-el be-
of the firstlings of his flock and gat Lā'mech.
Ex.13.2, First-born. of the fat thereof. And the 19 sAnd Lā'mech took unto
Divine Favor, ch.6.8. LORD had respect unto Aʼběl him two wives: the name of Polygamy, ch.16.3.
and to his offering:
the one was A'dah, and the
Unacceptable Offerings, 5 But unto Cāin and to his of- name of the other Zil'lah.
(Le.7.18. fering he had not respect.
And 20 And A'dah bare Jā'bal: he
Man's Wrath, 1 S.18.8. Cāin was very wroth, and his was the father of such as dwell
Envy (2), ch.26.14. countenance fell.
in tents, and of such as have
6 And the LORD said unto Cāin, cattle.
Why art thou wroth ? and why 21 And his brother's name Musicians, 1 S.16.16.
is thy countenance fallen ? was Jūbal: he was the father Harps, 1 5.16.23.
Ex.28.38, Accepted of God. 7 If thou doest well, shalt thou of all such as handle the harp
(1 S. 10.5.
ch.3.17, Sin Rebuked. not be accepted ? and if thou and organ.
See Guilt, ch.42.21. doest not well, sin lieth at the 22 And Zillah, she also bare
R.V. sin coucheth at the door. And unto thee shall be Tų bal-cāin, an instructer of
his desire, and thou shalt rule every artificer in brass and Ex.25.3, Brass.
ch.25.23, Subjection. over him.
iron: and the sister of Tubal- Nu.31.22. Iron.
8 And Cāin talked with Aběl cāin was Nā'a-mah.
v.2, Abel, Mt.23.35. his brother: and it came to pass, 23 And Lā'mech said unto his
See Hatred (2), ch.27.41. when they were in the field, wives, A'dah and Zillah, Hear
Fratricide, Jud.9.5. that Cāin rose up against Aběl my voice; ye wives of Lā'mech,
Murder (2), ch.49.6. his brother, and slew him. hearken unto my speech: for I See Murder (2), v.8.
9 fAnd the LORD said unto have slain a man to my wound- R.V. man for wounding me,
1 Chr.28.9, “Searcher.” Cāin, Where is A'běl thy broth-ing, and a young man to my R.V. man for bruising me.
ch.3.4, Lying, ch.27.24. er ? And he said, I know not: hurt.
Selfishness (2), Ex.2.17. Am I my brother's keeper ? 24 If Cāin shall be avenged p.p.v.15.
10 And he said, What hast sevenfold, truly Lā'mech sev-
thou done? the voice of thy enty and sevenfold.
Jb.10.14, Sin Known to God. brother's blood crieth unto me 25 TAnd Adam knew his wife ch.21.2, Conception.
from the ground.
again; and she bare a son, and
ch.3.17, Divine Curse, 11 And now art thou cursed called his name Sěth: For God, Children Named, ch.5.29.
(De.11.28. from the earth, which hath said she, hath appointed me ch.33.5, Children (1).
See Sin's Penalty, ch.2.17. opened her mouth to receive thy another seed instead of A běl,
brother's blood from thy hand; whom Cāin slew.
12 When thou tillest the 26 And to Sěth, to him also
ground, it shall not henceforth there was born a son; and he
Barrenness, Le.26.20. yield unto thee her strength; called his name E'nos: then be See Prayerfulness, Ps.5.3.
See Reprobates (Index). a fugitive and a vagabond shalt gan men to call upon the name Prayer (1), Ps.65.2.
thou be in the earth.
of the LORD.
13 And Cāin said unto the
Is. 13.11, Punishment. LORD, My punishment is great-
er than I can bear.
The genealogy, age, and death of the B.C.4004.
patriarchs, from Adam unto Noah.
14 Behold, thou hast driven 24 The godliness and translation of
me out this day from the face Enoch.
See God's Face Hidden,
of the earth; and from thy face THIS is the book of the gen- p.p.1 Chr.1.1; Mt.1.1.
[De.31.18. shall I be hid; and I shall be a
Jud.16.20. Wicked Forsaken. fugitive and a vagabond in the day that God created man, in ch.1.26, Divine Image,ch.9.6.
Ex.2.15, Fugitives. earth; and it shall come to pass, the likeness of God made he
Ps.119.176, Wanderers. that every one that findeth me him;
See Terror, Le.26.36. shall slay me.
2 Male and female created he ch.1.26, Creator (2), De.4.32.
15 And the LORD said unto them; and blessed them, and ch.1.28, Blessings (4).
him, Therefore whosoever slay- called their name Ăd'am, in the
eth Cāin, vengeance shall be day when they were created.
taken on him sevenfold. And 3 TAnd Adam lived an hun-
the LORD set a mark upon Cāin, dred and thirty years, and be-
lest any finding him should kill gat a son in his own likeness,
Thetations bad am. th in the
Genealogy of the patriarchs.
The wickedness of man.
4 And the days of Ad’am after 26 And Mê-thu'se-lah lived af-
Longevity (2), v.8. he had begotten Sěth were eight ter he begat Lā'mech seven hun-
hundred years: and he begat dred eighty and two years, and
sons and daughters :
begat sons and daughters:
ch.1.26, Adam, 1 Co.15.22. 5 And all the days that Adam 27 And all the days of Me-thu'-
lived were nine hundred and se-lah were nine hundred sixty v.4, Longevity (2), v.31.
2 S.14.14, Death Universal. thirty years: and he died. and nine years: and he died.
6 And Sěth lived an hundred 28 | And Lā'mech lived an
and five years, and begat E'nos: hundred eighty and two years,
7 And Sěth lived after he be- and begat a son:
gat Enos eight hundred and 29 And he called his name ch.4.25, Children Named,
seven years, and begat sons and Nōʻah, saying, This same shall
comfort us concerning our work See Children (2), Ps.127.4.
1.4. Longevity (2), v.11. 8 And all the days of Sěth and toil of our hands, because Ps.25.13, Seed of the Right-
were nine hundred and twelve of the ground which the LORD
years: and he died.
ch.3.17, Divine Curse,
9 And Eʼnos lived ninety 30 And Lā'mech lived after he
years, and begat Câ-i'nan: begat Nõ’ah five hundred ninety
10 And Enos lived after he and five years, and begat sons
begat Câ-i'nan eight hundred and daughters:
and fifteen years, and begat 31 And all the days of Lā'mech
sons and daughters :
were seven hundred seventy and v.4, Longevity (2), ch.9.29.
11 And all the days of E'nos seven years: and he died.
5.4, Longevity (2), v.14. were nine hundred and five 32 TAnd Nõ'ah was five hun- Shem, ch.6.10.
years: and he died.
dred years old: and, Nõ'ah be- Ham, ch.7.13.
12 1 And Câ-i'nan lived sev- gat Shěm, Hăm, and Jā'pheth. Japheth, ch.6.10.
enty years, and begat Mā-hāʻla-
13 And Ca-i'nan lived after he The wickedness of the world, which B.C.2469.
provoketh God's wrath, and causeth
begat Mä-hā'la-lê-el eight hun- the flood. 8 Noah findeth grace. 14
dred and forty years, and begat
The order, form, and use of the ark.
ND it came to pass, when
VA, Longevity (2), v.17. nan were nine hundred and ten the face of the earth, and daugh-
years: and he died.
ters were born unto them,
15 | And Ma-hā'la-lē-el lived 2 That the sons of God saw
sixty and five years, and begat the daughters of men that they
were fair; and they took them ch.12.11, Beauty (1).
16 And Ma-hā'la-lê-el lived af- wives of all which they chose. ch.2.18, Wife.
ter he begat Jā'red eight hun- 3 And the LORD said, My spirit p.p.1 Pe.3.20.
dred and thirty years, and begat shall not always strive with Holy Spirit (10), 1 S.16.14.
sons and daughters :
man, for that he also is flesh: See The Flesh, Ro.7.18.
17 And all the days of Mā- yet his days shall be an hun- See Life Brief, ch.47.9.
v.4, Longevity (2), v.20. hāla-lē-el were eight hundred dred and twenty years.
ninety and five years: and he 4 There were giants in the Giants, Nu.13.33.
earth in those days; and also
18 (And Jā'red lived an hun- after that, when the sons of
dred sixty and two years, and God came in unto the daughters
he begat E'noch:
of men, and they bare chil-
19 And Jā'red lived after he be-dren to them, the same became
gat E'noch eight hundred years, mighty men which were of old, ch.10.8, Mighty Men.
and begat sons and daughters: men of renown.
20 And all the days of Jā'red 5 And GOD saw that the Divine Vision, Ex.3.9.
1.4. Longevity (2), v.27. were nine hundred sixty and wickedness of man was great Depravity, Jb.15.16.
two years: and he died. in the earth, and that every im- Evil Imagination, ch.8.21.
21 And E'noch lived sixty agination of the thoughts of his De.15.9. Evil Thoughts.
and five years, and begat Me- heart was only evil continually. Sin Universal, 1 K.8.46.
6 And it repented the LORD p.p.Nu.23.19, 1 S.15.11.
v.18, Enoch, Lu.3.37. 22 And E'noch walked with that he had made man on the
Walking with God, ch.6.9. God after he begat Më-thu'se-earth, and it grieved him at his
lah three hundred years, and heart.
begat sons and daughters: 7 And the Lord said, I will de- Deluge, v.17.
23 And all the days of E'nóch stroy man whom I have created Is.34.2. Destruction (2).
were three hundred sixty and from the face of the earth; both
man, and beast, and the creep-
24 And E'noch walked with ing thing, and the fowls of the
D.p.2 K.2.11; He.11.5. God: and he was not; for God air; for it repenteth me that I
have made them.
25 TAnd Me-thu'se-lah lived an 8 But Nõ'ah found grace in the ch.5.29, Noah, ch.7.1.
hundred eighty and seven years, eyes of the Lord.
ch.4.4, Divine Favor,
Lamech, 1 Chr.1.3. and begat Lā'mech:
9 TThese are the generations