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15 And the LORD GOD took the Man, and put him into the Garden of Eden, to drefs it and to keep it.
Ezek. xxviii. 13 Thou haft been in Eden the Garden of GOD.
15 Thou waft perfe& in thy Ways from the Day that thou waft created, till Iniquity was found in thee.
16 And the LORD commanded the Man, faying, Of every Tree of the Garden thou mayft freely eat:
17 But of the Tree of the Knowledge of GooD and EVIL, thou shalt not eat of it for in the Day that thou eatest thereof, thou shalt SURELY DIE.
18 And the LORD GOD faid, It is not good that the Man fhould be alone: I will make him an help meet for him.
19 And out of the Ground the LORD GOD formed every Beaft of the Field, and every Fowl of the Air, and brought them unto Adam to see what he would call them and whatfoever Adam called every living Creature, that was the Name thereof.
zo 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 caufed a deep Sleep to fall upon Adam, and he flept: and he took one of his Ribs, and clofed up the Flesh in ftead thereof.
22 And the Rib, which the LORDGOD had taken from Man, made he a Woman, and brought her to the Man.
23 And Adam said, This is row Bone of my Bones, and Flesh of my Flefh fhe fhal be called Woman, becufe fhe was taken out of Man.
24 Therefore fhall a Man leave his Father and his Mother, and shall cleave unto his Wife and they fhall be one
25 And they were both naked, the Man and his Wife, and were not ashamed.
CHA P. III.
1 The Serpent deceiveth Eve. 6 Man's Fall. 9 God arraigneth them. 14 The Serpent is curfed. 15 The promised Seed.
16 The Punishment of Mankind. 21 Their first Clothing. 22 Their cafting out of Paradife.
W the Serpent was more fubtil than any Beaft of the Field which the LORD GOD had made: and he said unto the Woman, Yea, hath GOD faid, Ye fhall not eat of every Tree of the Garden?
2 And the Woman faid 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 faid, Ye fhall not eat of it, neither fhall ye touch it, left ye die.
4 And the Serpent faid unto the Woman, Ye fhall not furely die.
1 Tim. ii. 14 The Woman be
ing deceived, was in the Tranfgref
2 Cor. xi. 3 Fear, left by any means, as the Serpent beguiled Eve through corrupted from the Simplicity that is his Subtilty, fo your Minds fhould be in CHRIST.
5 For GoD doth know, that in the Day ye eat thereof, then your Eyes fhall be opened, and ye shall be as Gods, knowing Good and Evil.
6 n And when the Woman faw that the Tree was good for Food, and that it was pleafant to the Eyes, and a Tree to be defired to make one WISE; he took of the Fruit thereof, and did eat, and gave alfo unto her Hufband with her, and he did
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 themfelves from the Prefence of the LORD GOD amongst the Trees of the Garden.
13 For until the Law, Sin was in the World: but Sin is not imputed
when there is no Law.
14 Nevertheless Death reigned from Adam to Mofes, even over them that had not finned after the Similitude of Adam's Tranfgreflion, who is the Figure of him that was to come:
Is But not as the Offence, fo alfo offence of one, many be dead, much is the free Gift: For if through the more the Grace of GoD, and the Gift by Grace, which is by one Man, JE
SUS CHRIST hath abounded unto many.
16 And not as it was by one that finned, fo is the Gift: for the Judg but the free Gift is of many Offences unto Juftification.
ment was by one to Condemnation;
17 For if by one Man's Offence, they which, receive abundance of Death reigned by one; much more Grace, and of the Gift of Righteoufnefs, fhall reign in Life by one, JE
9 And the LORD GOD called unto Adam, and faid unto him, Where art thou?
10 And he faid, I heard thy Voice in the Garden, and I was afraid, because I was naked; and I hid my felf.
II And he faid, Who told thee that thou waft naked? haft thou eaten of the Tree whereof I commanded thee, that thou fhouldft not eat?
12 And the Man faid, The Woman whom thou gavest to be with me, fhe gave me of the Tree, and I did eat.
13 And the LORD GOD faid unto the Woman, What is this that thou haft done? And the Woman faid, The Serpent beguiled me, and I did eat.
14 And the LORD GOD faid unto the Serpent, Because thou haft done this, thou art curfed above all Cattle, and above every Beaft of the Field: upon thy Belly fhalt thou go, and Duft fhalt thou eat all the
.15 And I will put Enmity between thee and the Woman, and between thy Seed and her SEED: it fhall BRUISE thy Head, and thou fhalt bruife his Heel.
16* Unto the Woman he faid, I will greatly multiply thy Sorrow and thy Conception; in Sorrow thou fhalt bring forth Children and thy Defire fhall be to thy Hufband, and he fhall rule over thee.
17 And unto Adam hė faid, Because thou haft hearkned unto the Voice of thy Wife, and haft eaten of the
* 1 Tim. ii. 13 For Adam was first formed, then Eve.
but the Woman being deceived was in the Tranfgreffion.
14 And Adam was not deceived,
15 Notwithstanding the fhall be tinue in Faith, and Charity, and Hofaved in Child-bearing, if they con
linefs with Sobriety.
• Ecclef. ii. 11 Then I 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 was VANITY and Vexation of SPIRIT, and there was no Profit under the Sun.
thee, faying, Thou shalt not eat of it: curfed is the Ground for thy Sake; in Sorrow fhalt thou eat of it all the Days of thy Life.
18 Thorns alfo and Thiftles fhall it bring forth to thee: and thou fhalt eat the Herb of the Field.
19 In the Sweat of thy Face shalt thou eat Bread, till thou return unto the Ground; for out of it waft thou taken: for Duft thou art, and unto DUST fhalt thou return.
20 And Adam called his Wife's Name Eve, because she 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 faid, 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 GOD fent 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 Eaft of the Garden of Eden, Cherubims, and a flaming Sword which turned every Way, to keep the Way of the Tree of Life.
Pfal. xc. 5 Thou carrieft them away as with a Flood, they are as a Sleep in the Morning they are like Grafs which groweth up.
6 In the Morning it flourisheth, and groweth up in the Evening it is cut down, and withereth.
10 The Days of our Years are THREESCORE YEARS and TEN; and if by reason of Strength they be fourfcore Years, yet is their Strength LABOUR and SORKOW: for it is foon cut off, and we fly away.
12 So teach us to number our Days, that we may apply our Hearts unto Wisdom.
Pfal. ciii. 14 For he knoweth our Frame: he remembreth that we are Duft.
Is As for Man, his Days are as Grafs as a Flower of the Field, fo
14 Like Sheep they laid in the Grave, Death fhall feed on them; and the Upright fhall have Dominion over them in the Morning, and their Beauty thall confume in the Grave, from their Dwelling.
Job i. 21 Naked came I out of my Mother's Womb, and naked fhall 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.
Ecclef. v. 15 As he came forth of his Mother's Womb, naked fhall he return to go as he came, and shall take nothing of his Labour which he may carry away in his Hand.
16 And this alfo is a fore Evil, that in all Points as he came, fo fhall he go and what Profit hath he that hath laboured for the WIND.
James iv. 14 Ye know not what fhall be on the Morrow: For what is your Life? it is even a Vapour that appeareth for a little time, and then vanifheth away.
CHA P. IV.
1 The Birth, Trade, and Religion of Cain and Abel. Murder of Abel. 11 The Curfe of Cain. 19 Lamech and his two Wives. 25 The Birth of Seth, 26 and Enos.
Ver. 1 AND Adam knew Eve his Wife: and the conceived,
from the LORD.
bare Cain, and faid, I have gotten a Man
2 And she again bare his Brother Abel. And Abel was a Keeper of Sheep, but Cain was a Tiller of the Ground.
3 And in procefs of Time it came to pafs, that Cain brought of the Fruit of the Ground an Offering unto the LORD.
4 P And Abel, he also brought of the Firstlings his Flock, and of the Fat thereof. And the LORD had Refpect unto Abel, and to his Offering.
P Heb. xi. 4 By FAITH Abel offer
ed unto God a more excellent Sacri
fice than Cain, by which he obtained witness, that he was RIGHTEOUS, GOD teftifying of his Gifts and by it he being dead, yet fpeaketh.
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 faid unto Cain, Why art thou wroth? and why is thy Countenance fallen ?
7 If thou doft well, fhalt thou not be accepted? and if thou doft not well, Sin lieth at the Door. And unto thee
fhall be his Defire, and thou fhalt rule over him.
8 9 And Cain talked with Abel his Brother: And it came to pafs when they were
1 John iii. 11 For this is the Meffage that ye heard from the Beginning, that we should love one another.