Excerpt from The Holy Bible, Containing the Old and New Testaments: Translated Out of the Original Tongues, and With the Former Translations Diligently Compared and Revised
ND the lord said unto Noah, Come creegpeth upon the earth, an thou, and all thy house, into the ark: All in whose nostrils was the breath of for thee have I seen righteous before me in life, of all that was in the dry land. Died. Dais generation. 23 And every living substance was destroy Ofevery clean beast thou shalt take to ed which was upon the face of the ground, thee by sevens, the male and his female and both man, and cattle, and the creeping things, of beasts that are not clean by him, the male and the fowl of the heaven and they were destroyed from the earth and Noah only re. Mained alive, and they that were with him in the ark. 24 it And the waters prevailed upon the cause it to earth an hundred and dft days. Chap. Ll. ND God remembered Noah, and every living thing, and all the cattle that was the earth. With him ln the ark: and God made a wind 5 And Noah did according unto all that to pass over the earth, and the waters lord commanded him. Suaged; 6andnoahwassixhundred earsoldwhen 2 The fountains also of the dee andthe the ﬂood of waters was.upon t e earth. Windows of heaven, were stop and the 7 ll And Noah went in, and his $9115, and rain from heaven was restrained his wife, and'bis sons' waves with him, into 3 And the waters returned from 06' the the ark, because of the Waters Oi'the ﬂood. Earth continuall r: and after the end of the 3 Ofclean beasts, and ofbeasts that are not hunde and fifty days the waters were clean, and of fowls, and of every thing that abated.
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