Christianity According to Christ

A Harmony and Consolidation of the Gospel of Jesus from Old and New Testaments -



Ge 1:1a In the beginning
Ge 1:2c was
Ge 1:2j the Spirit of God
Ge 1:2l hovering
Ge 1:2f/m (Ed: in) over
Ge 1:2d formless and empty, darkness
Ge 1:2i and
Ge 1:1b (He) (Ed: the Wisdom of) God (chose to give us birth) created
(Ja 1:18a)
Ge 1:3a And (through the word of) God (truth) said (Ed: resounded in the void:)
(Ja 1:18b)
Ge 1:3b "Let there be light," and there was light.

Ge 1:16a (Ed: And, with the light,) (He) God made (makes the)
(Ps 104:4a)
(Heb 1:7d)
Heb 1:14b (Ed: lesser) ministering spirits (winds) (flames of fire)
(Ps 104:4b/d)
(Heb 1:7f/h)
Heb 1:7a/c (Ed: that) In speaking of (he) (says) (Ed: called)
Heb 1:7b/e Are not (all) (his) the angels
(Heb 1:14a)
Heb 1:14c sent to serve those who will inherit salvation
Ps 104:4/e his (servants) (Ed: as witnesses and) messengers (Ed: to his creation.)
(Heb 1:7g)
Job 38:7b And all the angels shouted for joy (Ed: as)
Ge 1:1b God created the (Ed: universe) heavens (were completed)
(Ge 2:1d)
Ge 2:1e in all their (Ed: its) vast array
Ge 1:16d He also made
Ge 1:16e the stars
Ge 1:1c and the earth
(Ge 2:1c)
Ge 1:16b (Ed: and) two great lights
Ge 1:17c to give light on (Ed: illuminate) the earth
Ge 1:16c the greater light (Ed: of the two) to govern (Ed: rule) the day and the lesser light to govern the night.
Ge 1:17a (Ed: and He) God set them in the
Ge 2:1b heavens

Ge 1:1c and
Ge 1:7a So God made
Ge 1:2h the deep (waters)
(Ge 1:2n)
Ge 1:2g (Ed: to cover) the surface of
Ge 1:1d the earth
(Ge 1:2b)
Ge 1:20a And God (Ed: he) said, Let the water teem with living creatures,
Ge 1:7b And it was so.
Ge 1:6a And God (Ed: he) said,
Ge 1:2a Now
Ge 1:6b "Let there be an (Ed: separation) expanse between the waters
Ge 1:9b and let dry ground appear
Ge 1:11b Let
(Ge 1:24b)
Ge 1:11c/i the land
(Ge 1:12a)
(Ge 1:24c)
Ge 1:11d produce (d
(Ge 1:12b)
(Ge 1:24d)
Ge 1:11f/k (with seed)-bearing (in it)
(Ge 1:12e)
Ge 1:11e vegetation
(Ge 1:12c)
Ge 1:11g plants and trees on
(Ge 1:12d/g)
Ge 1:11i that bear(ing) fruit
(Ge 1:12h)
Ge 1:11k (each) according to their various kinds.
Ge 1:12f/i
(Ge 1:24f/k)
Ge 1:24e/h (Ed: and) living creatures
Ge 1:24g/j (the) livestock and (all the) wild animals
(Ge 3:14j)
Ge 1:24i that move along the ground
Ge 1:20b and let birds fly
Ge 1:20d across the
Ge 1:17b expanse of the sky
(Ge 1:20e)
Ge 1:20c above the earth
Ge 1:9c And it (Ed: too) was so.

Ge 1:26a Then God said,
Ja 1:18c that we might be a kind of firstfruits (Ed: Now, as the crowning glory) of all he (Ed: we have) created
Ge 1:26b Let us make man
Ge 1:26g (Ed: a) creatures
Ge 1:26c/d in our (Ed: own) (likeness) (Ed: and) image
Ge 1:26e and let them (Ed: to) rule over all the earth
Ge 2:21a So
Ge 2:7d/a from the dust (out) of the ground the Lord God (had) (Ed: he) formed the (Ed: a) man
(Ge 2:19c)
Ge 2:22d and
Ge 2:7e breathed into his nostrils the breath of life
Ge 2:7g the man became a living being.
Ge 2:7f and
Ge 2:22b the Lord God
Ge 2:19j the man called (Ed: him)
Ge 2:20e Adam (Ed: which means "from the ground")

Ge 1:10c (Ed: Then) God saw that (Ed: surveyed what)
(Ge 1:12k)
(Ge 1:18c)
(Ge 1:25d)
Ge 1:25a God (Ed: he had) made
Ge 1:10b And
(Ge 1:12b)
Ge 1:10d it was good.
(Ge 1:12l)
(Ge 1:18d)
(Ge 1:25e)
Ge 2:18c (Ed: But) It is not
Ge 2:18d/g good (suitable)
Ge 2:18a (Ed: he) The Lord God
(Ge 2:19b)
Ge 2:18b said
Ge 2:18e for the man to be alone.
Ge 2:20a So
Ge 2:19e He brought
Ge 2:19d all the beasts of the field (livestock) and all the birds of the air
(Ge 2:20c)
Ge 2:19g to the man to see what (Ed: which of them) he would name (Ed: as his companion)
Ge 2:20b the man (Ed: examined) gave names to
Ge 2:19f/h/j (each living creature) (Ed: all of) them and whatever (Ed: he called them) that was (Ed: became) its name
Ge 2:20c But
Ge 2:20g was (Ed: he) found
Ge 2:20f no suitable helper (Ed: companion among them)
Ge 2:24a And God said (Ed: Then)
Ge 2:18f I will make a helper (Ed: companion)
Ge 2:18h for him.
Ge 2:21d he
Ge 2:21c caused the man (Ed: Adam) to fall into a deep sleep; and while he was sleeping (Ed: slept)
Ge 2:21e took
Ge 2:21f/h (flesh) (Ed: and b)one of (from the) man's (rib)s(Ed: ide)
(Ge 2:22d)
Ge 2:21g and clos(Ed: ing)ed up the place with
Ge 2:21b the Lord God
Ge 2:22e (Ed: took what) he had taken out of the man (Ed: removed)
Ge 2:7d and
Ge 2:22c made a woman
Ge 2:23e she shall be called (Ed: which means)
Ge 2:23h was taken out of man.

Ge 2:22a Then (Ed: God awakened Adam)
Ge 2:22e and he brought (Ed: presented)
Ge 2:23f (Ed: the) woman
Ge 2:22g to the man (Ed: him. And Adam recognized her as his true companion, saying) (said)
(Ge 2:23a)
Ge 2:23b This is
Ge 2:23d bone of my bones and flesh of my flesh;
(Ge 1:25c) And
Ge 3:20a Adam named
Ge 2:22f her (Ed: the woman)
Ge 3:20c Eve
Ge 3:20e because (for) she
(Ge 2:23g)
Ge 3:20f would become the mother of all (Ed: mankind) the living
Ge 3:20b his (Ed: and he and Eve called themselves husband and) wife
Ge 2:24a (Ed: And so) For (Ed: to) this (Ed: day) reason
Ge 2:24c will
Ge 2:24b a man
Ge 2:24d leave his father and mother (Ed: put aside all others) and be united to his wife
Ge 2:24g and they (Ed: again) will become one flesh

Ge 2:8c (Ed: Then) in the east, in (Ed: a place he called) Eden
Ge 2:8b the Lord God had planted a garden
Ge 2:9c (Ed: filled with) all kinds of trees
Ge 2:9e trees that were pleasing to the eye and good for food.
Ge 2:9a And
Ge 2:9f in the middle of the garden were
Ge 2:9b the Lord God made
Ge 2:9g the (Ed: a) tree of life and the (Ed: a) tree of the knowledge of good and evil.
Ge 2:22g to
Ge 2:9d grow (Ed: up) out of the ground
(Ge 1:18b) And
Ge 2:8e (The Lord God) he (brought) (took) (and) put (him) the man
(Ge 2:15a)
(Ge 2:22e/h)
Ge 2:16a and the (Ed: woman)
Ge 2:8f he had formed
Ge 2:15b in the Garden of Eden to
Ge 2:15c/e work (take care of) (Ed: for) it

Ge 2:15d and
Ge 2:8d there
Ge 1:28a God blessed them and said to them
Ge 1:29b "I give you
Ge 1:29c/g (Ed: the) (fruit) (Ed: of) every (with) (that has seed)-bearing (in it)
Ge 1:29d plant
Ge 1:29f and every tree
Ge 2:16d in the garden
Ge 1:29h They will be yours for food.
Ge 2:16c You are free to eat from any (Ed: of them, and if you eat from the) tree (Ed: of life, you will live forever.)
Ge 2:17a but you must not eat from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil
Ge 2:16b the Lord God commanded the man (Ed: he warned them)
Ge 2:17e for when you eat of it (Ed: if you do) you will surely die

Ge 1:27a So (Thus)
(Ge 2:1a)
Ge 1:27b/e/g (Ed: did) (he) God created (him) (them) man(Ed: kind)
(Ge 5:2a)
Ge 1:27f male and female
(Ge 5:2b)
Ge 1:27c/d in his own (the) image (of God)
Ge 1:31b and
(Ge 5:2c)
Ge 2:8a Now
(Ge 2:19a)
Ge 5:2d when
Ge 1:31a God saw (Ed: he looked at) all that he had made
Ge 1:31d it
Ge 1:2e was
(Ge 1:2k)
(Ge 1:31e)
Ge 1:31f very good.
Ge 5:2d and
Ge 2:2d so
Ge 2:3b God (Ed: declared) blessed
Ge 2:2c the work (of creating that) he had (done) been doing
(Ge 2:3i)
Ge 2:2b God had finished
Ge 2:3a And
Ge 2:2f he rested from all his (the) work (Ed: labors)
(Ge 2:3h)
Ge 2:3d and (Ed: he)
Ge 2:3e made
Ge 2:2a/e By (on) (it) the (Ed: every) seventh (Ed: or Sabbath) day
(Ge 2:3c/f)
Ge 2:3g (Ed: a) holy (Ed: day of rest on the earth), because on it (Ed: so that men might remember
and celebrate their Creator.)

Fall from Grace

He 2:7b (Ed: Now some of the ) angels
He 2:7a (Ed: were unhappy that) You (Ed: God had) made him (Ed: man - whom they viewed as) a little lower than the(Ed:mselves - in his own likeness, and that he had)
He 2:7c you crowned him (Ed: mankind) with glory and honor (Ed: rulership over the earth.)
Rv 12:9d (Ed: And one of these discontented angels, who was) called the devil, or Satan
Is 14:13a You said in your (Ed: his) heart
Is 14:14c I will make myself like the Most High (Ed: also).
Is 14:13b I will ascend
Is 14:14b above the tops of the clouds
Is 14:13c (on) to (the)
(Is 14:13g)
(Is 14:13j)
Is 14:13k utmost heights of
Is 14:13d/f heaven. I will (Ed: and) raise my (sit en)throne(d)
Is 14:13e above the (Ed: other angels) stars of God
Is 14:13l (Ed: on) the sacred
Is 14:13h/m mount(ain)
Is 14:13i of assembly
Rv 12:7e and the dragon (Ed: Satan)
Rv 12:4a His tail swept (Ed: enlisted) a third of the stars (Ed: angels to his cause)
Rv 12:7a/c And there was (his angels fought) (Ed: they made) war in heaven
Rv 12:8a But
Rv 12:7h and his (Ed: the) angels (Ed: who remained obedient to God)
Rv 12:7b (Ed: led by one of their number who was called) Michael
Rv 12:7i fought back
Rv 12:7f And
Rv 12:7e the (great) dragon (Ed: Satan)
(Rv 12:7g)
(Rv 12:9a)
Rv 12:9i and his angels with him
Rv 12:8c was (Ed: were) not strong enough (Ed: to defeat them) and
Rv 12:8b/d (t)he(y)
(Rv 12:9f)
Rv 12:4d (been) flung (was) (Ed: were) (hurled) them
(Rv 12:9g)
(Rv 12:13d)
Rv 12:4b from (out of) heaven (the sky)
Rv 12:4c and
Rv 12:9b was hurled (cast) down
(Is 14:12e)
Rv 12:4e to the earth
(Rv 12:9h)
(Rv 12:13e)
(Is 14:12f)

Rv 12:13a When
Rv 12:13b the dragon (Ed: Satan) saw that he
Rv 12:13c had
Rv 12:8f lost their (Ed: his) place
Rv 12:8g in heaven
(Rv 13:6i)
Rv 13:5b (He opened) a (his) mouth to utter (Ed: shouted) proud words (Ed: of defiance) and
(Rv 13:6a/c) (slander) (Ed: and) blasphem(e)ies
Rv 13:6d his (Ed: against the) name (Ed: of)
Rv 13:6b God
Rv 13:6e/g and
Rv 12:8h (those who live) in (his) heaven (dwelling place) (Ed: loyal angels)
(Rv 13:6f/h)
Rv 12:9e who (Ed: He swore that he would) leads the whole world (Ed: mankind) astray (Ed: from the Lord, and)
Rv 12:13f he (Ed: began to) pursued the (Ed: man and the) woman
Rv 13:5c and (Ed: looking for an opportunity) to exercise (Ed: establish) his authority (Ed: over them.)

Ge 3:3e and
Ge 3:1a Now (Ed: one day)
Ge 3:6f (Ed: when Adam and) was with her (Ed: Eve were)
Ge 3:3d in the middle of the garden
Ge 3:1b (Ed: Satan came to them in the guise of a) the serpent (Ed: which) was more crafty than any (Ed: the craftiest) of the wild animals the Lord God had made. (Ed: And) He said to the woman (Ed: Eve), "Did God (Ed: told you that) really say You
Ge 3:2c may eat
Ge 3:1d from any (Ed: of) (the) tree(s) in the garden
(Ge 3:2e)
Ge 3:1c (Ed: Why) must (Ed: do) (you) not eat
(Ge 3:3b/i)
Ge 3:2d (Ed: the) fruit
Ge 3:3c that is from the tree (Ed: of knowledge)
Ge 3:2a The woman (Ed: Eve) said to the serpent
Ge 3:5a For (Ed: Because)
Ge 3:3a but God did say (Ed: said)
Ge 3:2b We
Ge 3:3c/j must not eat (touch) fruit (it)
Ge 3:3k or you (Ed: we) will die
(Ge 3:4a/d)
Ge 3:4c surely
Ge 3:4b not
Ge 3:4e the serpent said (Ed: Satan exclaimed) to the woman.
Ge 3:5b God knows that when you eat of it your eyes will be opened, and you will be like (Ed: Him) God, knowing good and evil."

Ge 3:6a When the woman (Ed: Eve) saw that the fruit of the tree was
Ge 3:6d desirable for gaining wisdom
Ge 3:6c and also (Ed: as well as being)
Ge 3:6b good for food and pleasing to the eye
Ge 3:6e she took some and ate it. (Ed: And) She also gave some to (Ed: Adam) her husband, who Ge 3:6g (Ed: also) ate (Ed: of) it.
Ge 3:7a Then (Ed: immediately) the (Ed: their) eyes of both of them were opened, and they (Ed: became aware of good and evil.)
Ge 3:7b (Ed: They) both (realized they were) naked, and they felt no (Ed: feeling) shame.
Ge 3:7c so they sewed fig leaves together and made coverings for themselves.

Ge 3:8-11 (Ed: Just) Then the man and his wife (Ed: they) heard the sound of the Lord God as he
was walking in the garden in the cool of the day, and they hid from the Lord God (Ed: him)
among the trees of the garden. But the Lord God called (Ed: out) to the man (Ed: them),
"Where are you?" He (Ed: Adam) answered (Ed: him, saying) , "I heard you (Ed: walking)
in the garden (Ed: Lord, but) and I was afraid (Ed: ashamed) because I was naked; (Ed:
and) so I hid (Ed: myself from you)." And he (Ed: God) said, "Who told you that you were
naked? Have you eaten from (Ed: the fruit of) the tree that (Ed: from which) I commanded
(Ed: warned) you not to eat from?"
Ge 3:12c and
Ge 3:12a The man said (Ed: Adam replied),
Ge 3:12d I ate it (Ed: Lord, but)
Ge 3:12b "The (Ed: That) woman you put here with me - she gave (Ed: it to) me some fruit from the tree,
Ge 3:13a Then the Lord God said to (Ed: asked) the woman (Ed: Eve),
Ge 3:13c is this
Ge 3:13b What
Ge 3:23d you have done?"
Ge 3:13h I ate (Ed: Yes, Lord,)
Ge 3:13e The woman (Ed: she) said,
Ge 3:13f (Ed: but) the serpent deceived me


Ge 3:14a So the Lord God (Ed: turned in anger to Satan and) said to (Ed: him) the serpent
1Jn 3:8b the devil has (you have) been
(Is 14:12d)
1Jn 3:8c sinning (Ed: against me)
1Jn 3:8c from the (creation of the world)beginning
(Rv 17:8g)
Jude 1:6b but abandoned (Ed: rejecting) their own home (place) (Ed: I set for you)
(Rv 12:8g)
Is 14:12d (Ed: at) the dawn (Ed: of creation)
Is 14:13d I will (Ed: and seeking to) raise my (Ed: your) throne
Is 14:13i on the utmost heights
Is 14:13c to (Ed: of) heaven
Ge 3:13h and (Ed: now you have prevailed against me with the)
Ge 5:2b male (Ed: man) and female (Ed: woman)
Ge 5:1c (he) (Ed: that I) God (made) (they were) created (him) man (Ed: in my own spirit and image.)
(Ge 5:1d)
(Ge 5:2f)
Ge 3:14b Because you have done this (Ed: these things)
Ge 3:14e you
Ge 3:14d are
Ge 3:14c (Ed: forever) cursed

Jude 1:6e (Ed: You boasted to) these (Ed: your followers:)
Is 14:14a I will ascend
Ge 3:14f above all (Ed: God's kingdom)
Is 14:15a But (Ed: Instead,) you are (Ed: have) brought (sent them) down to the grave, to the
(2Pe 2:4c) depths
2Pe 2:4e (Ed: And there) in (Ed: the) (darkness) gloomy dungeons
(Jude 1:6g)
Is 14:15b of (hell) the pit
(2Pe 2:4d)
2Pe 2:4c putting (he has) (Ed: will they be) (kept) them
(Jude 1:6f)
2Pe 2:4f to be (bound) held (with everlasting chains)
(Jude 1:6h)
Jude 1:6j on (Ed: until) the great day
2Pe 2:4g for (Ed: of) judgment
(Jude 1:6i)
Ge 5:1b When
Rv 17:8d will come (Ed: I call you) up out of the Abyss and go to his (Ed: your final) destruction

Rv 13:7d he was given (Ed: You sought to establish your) authority (Ed: over the man and the
Rv 13:7c and (Ed: they have chosen to accept it.)
Rv 13:7a He was (Ed: Therefore, I) given (Ed: you) power (Ed: over all their works)
Rv 13:7e over every tribe
Rv 13:7g and nation
Rv 13:7f (Ed: and every) people (Ed: nationality and) language
Ge 3:2b to (Ed: But don't suppose) (that) (Ed: you will gain honor and respect from this.)
(Rv 12:9b) Like) the (ancient) serpent (Ed: you have pretended to be)
Ge 3:14g You will crawl on your belly
Job 1:7e back and forth
Job 1:7c through the earth
Ge 3:14h and you will eat (Ed: of its') dust all the days of your life
Rv 17:8e (Ed: And even) The inhabitants of the earth whose names have not been written in the book of life
Is 14:16a Those who see(Ed: k only the worldly things under your authority)
Rv 17:8h will be astonished
Rv 17:8c and
Is 14:16c stare at you
Rv 17:8i when they see
Is 14:12e you
Is 14:16c (Ed: And) they (Ed: will) ponder your fate: Is this
Rv 17:8b/l (Ed: what) which you saw once was (Ed: but) now is (clearly) not
Is 14:16d the (Ed: great) (beast) man
(Rv 17:8a/j)
Is 14:16e who shook the earth and made (Ed: the) kingdoms
Is 14:12b from (Ed: of) heaven
Is 14:16f tremble?
Is 14:12f who once laid low the nations (Ed: race of man)?
Is 14:12c O morning star, son of the dawn
Is 14:12a How you have fallen

Ge 3:15a And (Ed: finally,)
Rv 17:8k because (Ed: of the deception) he (Ed: you practiced)
Rv 12:17b at (Ed: on) the woman
Ge 3:15b I will put (Ed: perpetual) enmity between you and (Ed: her) the woman, and between your
offspring and hers
Rv 13:7b to (Ed: You will) make war against the saints (Ed: all of her children,) and to (Ed: some you will) conquer them
Rv 17:8n and yet (Ed: a day) will come
Rv 12:13d had (Ed: when another woman will) given birth to
Rv 12:13e the (lamb) (Ed: a) male child
(Rv 17:14b)
Rv 12:13c who (Ed: will be)
Rv 17:14g called
Rv 17:14e Lord of lords and King of kings
Rv 17:14d because he is
1Jn 3:8e (Ed: the Son of Man and) the Son of God
1Jn 3:8d The reason
1Jn 3:8f appeared was (Ed: for his coming will be) to destroy the devil's work (Ed: you have done here, and atone for man's part in it.)
Ge 3:15e you will strike his heel
Rv 17:14a but
Ge 3:15c he
Rv 17:14f and with him will be his
Rv 17:14h chosen and faithful followers.
Rv 12:17c those who obey God's (Ed: my) commandments and hold to the (Ed: his) testimony of Jesus
Rv 17:14c will overcome them (Ed: your demons)
Ge 3:15d and
Ge 3:15d will crush your head.
Rv 12:17b (Ed: With that, the Lord banished) the dragon (Ed:Satan from his presence.)
Rv 12:17c and (Ed: Satan)
Rv 12:17b wasenraged at the woman,
Rv 12:17d went off to make (Ed: prepare for) war against the rest of her offspring

Rv 12:17a Then
Ge 3:22c God (Ed: turned to)
Ge 3:21c Adam and his wife (Ed: Eve)
Ge 3:22a And
Ge 3:22d said,
2Pe 2:4b if (Ed: I) God did not spare (Ed: my) angels
Ge 5:1b When
(Ge 5:2e)
(2Pe 2:4c)
2Pe 2:4d they sinned, (Ed: neither will I pardon you.)
2Pe 2:4a for
Ge 3:22e The man has now (Ed: you have) become like one of us, knowing good and evil (Ed:and are responsible for your adtions.)
Ge 3:17d Because you
Ge 3:17f ate from the tree about which I commanded (Ed: warned) You must not (Ed: to eat, you will) eat of it (Ed: all the days of your life)
Ge 3:19h for
Ge 3:22f He must not (Ed: you will no longer) be allowed to reach out his (Ed: your) hand and take
also from the tree of life and eat, and (Ed: like us) live forever
Ge 3:19g/j (Ed: Now your days are numbered:) you (are) were
Ge 3:19h taken
Ge 3:19e from
Ge 3:19f/i it (dust)
Ge 3:19k and to dust you will return.

Ge 5:2d And
Ge 3:17b he (the Lord) (Ed: said)
(Ge 3:22b)
Ge 3:17a To Adam
Ge 3:19d since (Ed: you chose to)
Ge 3:17e listened to your wife and (Ed: - without question or pause -)
Ge 3:18h eat (Ed: the fruit that she gave you,)
(Ge 3:19c)
Ge 3:19b you will
Ge 3:19d (Ed: henceforth provide her as well as) your(Ed: self with) food (Ed: that you gain)
Ge 3:19a By the sweat of your brow
Ge 3:17i through painful toil
Ge 3:18g you will
Ge 3:23c work the ground from which he had been (Ed: you were) taken
Ge 3:19c until you return to (Ed: it) the ground
Ge 3:18i (Ed: cultivating) the plants of the field
Ge 3:18f and
Ge 3:18a It will (Ed: often seem)
Ge 3:23b to (Ed: you that)
Ge 3:17g the ground
Ge 3:17f is
Ge 3:17e cursed (Ed: as it)
Ge 3:18b produce(Ed: s nothing)
Ge 3:18d for you (Ed: but)
Ge 3:18c thorns and thistles
Ge 3:16b (Ed: Then) he said
Ge 3:16a To the woman (Ed: Eve)
Ge 3:17h because of you
Ge 3:16l (Ed: influenced) your husband (Ed: in this way)
Ge 3:16m he will (Ed: now) rule over you.
Ge 3:16h Your
Ge 3:16j will (Ed: feel) be
Ge 3:16i desire
Ge 3:16k for (Ed: him)
Ge 3:16m and
Ge 3:16g you will give birth to (Ed: his) children
Ge 3:16c (Ed: and you) I will (Ed: experience) greatly increase your
Ge 3:16d pain(s)
Ge 3:16e in childbearing with

Ge 3:23a So (Ed: Then)
Ge 3:21a The Lord God made garments of (Ed: animal) skin
Ge 3:21d and clothed
Ge 3:21e (Ed: Adam and Eve in) them
Ge 3:24c and
Ge 3:24c he
Ge 3:23c banished him (Ed: them) from the Garden of Eden
Ge 3:24e on the east side of (Ed: And surrounding) the Garden of Eden
Ge 3:23b the Lord God
Ge 3:24d placed
Ge 3:24f cherubim (Ed: angels armed with)
Ge 3:24d a flaming sword(Ed: s) flashing back and forth to guard the way to the tree of life.
Ge 3:21b for (Ed: But)
Ge 3:24a After (Ed: even as) he drove the(Ed: m) man out (Ed: of the garden, the Lord
Ge 5:2b and blessed them, (Ed: saying:)
Ge 1:28c Be fruitful and increase in number; fill the earth and subdue it.. Rule
Ge 1:26h over all the (Ed: living) creatures
Ge 1:26b over the fish of the sea and the birds of the air
(Ge 1:28d)
Ge 1:26g/i and over
(Ge 1:28e)
Ge 1:28f the livestock
(Ge 3:14f)
Ge 3:14g and all the wild animals
Ge 1:26l that move(s) along (on) the ground.
(Ge 1:28g)
Ge 1:29e on the face of the whole earth

The World of Men

Ge 5:1a This (Ed: What follows) is the written account of (Ed: the)
Ge 5:1c line (Ed: of)
Ge 5:1b Adam's (Ed: and)
Ge 4:1b Eve
Ge 5:1b When (Ed: whom) God (they were) created man, he made him in the (Ed: his own)
(Ge 5:2f) likeness of God (Ed: and whom) he called them man(Ed: kind)

Ge 4:1a Adam lay with his wife
(Ge 4:25a)
Ge 4:1c and she became pregnant and
Ge 4:1d (she) gave birth to
(Ge 4:25e)
Ge 4:25f a son
Ge 5:3c in his own (Ed: the) likeness, in his own (Ed: and) image (Ed: of Adam.)
Ge 4:25g and (Ed: Eve) named him
Ge 4:1e Cain, (which means "brought forth"),
Ge 4:1f She said (Ed: saying): "With the help of the Lord, I (Ed: too) have brought forth a man."
Ge 4:2a Later she gave birth to his (Ed: Cain's) brother Abel, (Ed: which means, "breath of life.")

Ge 4:3a In the course of time, (Ed: the two brothers grew to manhood):
Ge 4:2c Abel kept flocks and Cain worked the soil. (Ed: And they each set aside)
Ge 4:3c some of the fruits of (Ed: their labor)
Ge 4:3e as an offering(Ed: s) to the Lord.
Ge 4:2b Now
(Ge 4:8a)
Ge 4:3b Cain brought (Ed: the Lord some of the lesser produce of)
Ge 4:3d the soil
Ge 4:4-5 But Abel brought fat (Ed: the choicest) portions from some of the first-born of his flock. The Lord looked with favor on Abel and (Ed: the spirit of) his offering, but on Cain and his offering, he did not look with favor. Cain was very angry, and his face was downcast. Then (Ed: And) the Lord said to Cain, "Why are you angry? Why is your (Ed: this sorry) face downcast?
Ge 4:7a If you do what (Ed: you know) is right,
Ge 4:7c you (Ed: and your offering)
Ge 4:7b will
Ge 4:7d not be accepted. But if you do not, do what is right, sin (Ed: Satan) is crouching at your door It desires (Ed: waiting) to have (Ed: possess) you but you must master it (Ed: overcome his temptations)."

Ge 4:5b So (Ed: But)
Ge 4:8b Cain (Ed: went)
Ge 4:8d to his brother Abel (Ed: and)
Ge 4:8c said
Ge 4:8e "Let's go out to the (Ed: my) field." And while they were (Ed: there) in the field, Cain attacked his brother Abel and killed him.
Ge 4:9b (Ed: And) the Lord said (Ed: called out) to Cain,
Ge 4:9g "What have you done!
Ge 4:9c Where is your brother Abel?"
Ge 4:9e he (Ed: Cain) replied. "Am I my brother's keeper?"
Ge 4:9d "(Ed: How should) I don't know (Ed: where he is)?""
Ge 4:9a Then
Ge 4:10a Listen!
Ge 4:9f The Lord said,
Ge 4:10b Your brother's blood
Ge 4:11d from (Ed: drawn by) your hand
Ge 4:10c cries out to me from the ground

Ge 4:11a Now (Ed: From) (Today) (Ed: onward,)
(Ge 4:14a)
Ge 4:11b you are under a curse(Ed d!)
Ge 4:11d (Ed: You are) driven from the (Ed: this) ground, which opened its mouth to receive your brother's blood.
Ge 4:11c and
Ge 4:12b You (I) will be a restless wanderer on the earth.
Ge 4:14c And
Ge 4:12a When you (Ed: try to) work the ground, (Ed: as you have done,) it will no longer yield its crops for you.
Ge 4:13 Cain said to the Lord, "My punishment is more than I can bear!
Ge 4:14b you are driving me from the (Ed: only) land (Ed: I know),
Ge 4:14e and whoever finds me will kill me."
Ge 4:15a But the Lord said to him, "Not so!"
Ge 4:15c Then (Ed: And he) the Lord put a mark on Cain so that no one who found him would kill him, and (Ed: he) proclaimed,
Ge 4:15b If anyone kills (Ed: this man,) Cain, he will suffer (Ed: my) vengeance seven times over!"
Ge 4:16a So
Ge 4:14c I (Cain) will be hidden (went out)
(Ge 4:16b)
Ge 4:14d from your (the Lord's) presence,
(Ge 4:16c)
Ge 4:16d and lived in the land of Nod (Ed: life of a wanderer, to the) east of Eden (Ed: his family's home).

Ge 5:3a When Adam had lived 130 years (Ed: After this)
Ge 5:25a Adam lay with his wife (Ed: Eve) again and
Ge 5:3b (Ed: S)he had (gave birth to) a son
(Ge 5:25b)
Ge 5:3c and (Ed: s)he (named him)
(Ge 5:25c)
Ge 5:3d Seth, (Ed: which means "granted",)
Ge 5:25c
Ge 5:25d saying: "God has granted me another child in place of Abel, since (Ed: whom my son) Cain killed him."
Ge 4:25c and

Ge 4:17b After Seth was born, Adam lived (Ed: another) 800 years and (Ed: he and Eve) had (Ed: many) other sons and daughters.

Ge 4:17a Cain (Ed: took one of these daughters and) lay with (Ed: her) his wife, and she became pregnant and gave birth to
Ge 4:17b/d Enoch (Ed: which means "initiation").
Ge 4:17c (Ed: For) Cain was then building a city, and he named it after his son.
Ge 4:20a (Ed: And through this Enoch - for there was another to come by that name - Cain became) Adah gave birth to (his brother's) (Tubal-Cain's sister) (Namah) (name was) (Zillah also had a son)
Ge 4:21a
Ge 4:22a/c
Ge 4:20c he was the (Ed: fore)father of (all) those (Ed: who pursue worldly things for self-benifit
(Ge 4:21c) only:)
Ge 4:20b Jabal,
Ge 4:20d who live(Ed: d) in tents and raise(Ed: d) livestock;
Ge 4:21b Jubal
Ge 4:21d who play(Ed: ed) the harp and flute;
Ge 4:22b (Ed: and) Tubal-Cain,
Ge 4:22d who forged all kinds of tools out of bronze and Iron.

Ge 4:26a (Ed: But)
Ge 4:26b Adam's son) Seth also
Ge 4:26b had
Ge 5:22d and
Ge 5:22e had other sons and daughters
Ge 4:26b (Ed: Seth's) a son, and he named him Enosh
Ge 5:18 When Jared had lived 162 years, he became the (Ed: fore)father of Enoch.

Ge 5:22b Enoch walked with God.
(Ge 5:24a)
Ge 5:24b then,
Ge 5:22a And after he became the father of Methuselah
Ge 5:22c 300 years, (Ed: Enoch)
Ge 5:24c was no more,
Ge 5:24d because, (Ed: - on account of his righteousness -)
Ge 5:24d God
Ge 5:24e took him away (Ed: without having to sufferi the pain of death.)


Ge 4:25b again
Ge 4:26c At that time, men began to call on the name of the Lord.
Ge 6:3 Then the Lord said, “My Spirit will not contend with man forever, for he is mortal; his days will be a hundred and twenty years.”


Ge 6:5 The Lord saw how great man's wickedness on the earth had become, and that every inclination of the thoughts of his heart was only evil all the time
Ge 6:6 The Lord was grieved that he had made man on the earth, and his heart was filled with pain
Ge 6:7 So the Lord said, "I will wipe mankind, whom I have created, from the face of the earth - men and animals, and creatures that move along the ground, and birds of the air - for I am grieved that I have made them."
Ge 6:8 But Noah found favor in the eyes of the Lord.
Ge 6:9 This is the account of Noah. Noah was a righteous man, blameless among the people of his time, and he walked with God
Ge 6:10 Noah had three sons: Shem, Ham and Japheth
Ge 6:11 Now the earth was corrupt in God's sight and was full of violence
Ge 6:12 God saw how corrupt the earth had become, for all the people on earth had corrupted their ways
Ge 6:13 So God said to Noah, "I am going to put an end to all people, for the earth is filled with violence because of them. I am surely going to destroy both them and the earth
Ge 6:14 So make yourself an ark of cypress wood; make rooms in it and coat it with pitch inside and out
Ge 6:15 This is how your are to build it: the ark is to be 450 feet long, 75 feet wide and 45 feet high.
Ge 6:17 I am going to bring floodwaters on the earth to destroy all life under the heavens, every creature that has the breath of life in it. Everything on earth will perish
Ge 6:18 But I will establish my covenant with you, and you will enter the ark - you and your sons and your wife and your sons' wives with you
Ge 6:19 You are to bring into the ark two of all living creatures, male and female, to keep them alive with you
Ge 6:20 Two of every kind of bird, of every kind of animal and every kind of creature that moves along the ground will come to you to be kept alive
Ge 6:21 You are to take every kind of food that is to be eaten and store it away as food for you and for them."
Ge 6:22 Noah did everything just as God commanded him.
Ge 7:1 The Lord then said to Noah, "Go into the ark, you and your whole family, because I have found you righteous in this generation.
Ge 7:4 Seven days from now I will send rain on the earth for forty days and forty nights, and I will wipe from the face of the earth every living creature I have made."
Ge 7:5 And Noah did all that the Lord commanded him


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