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  • God said, 'Let the waters under heaven come together into a single mass, and let dry land appear.' And so it was. (Genesis 1, 9)

  • God called the dry land 'earth' and the mass of waters 'seas', and God saw that it was good. (Genesis 1, 10)

  • Everything with the least breath of life in its nostrils, everything on dry land, died. (Genesis 7, 22)

  • and released a raven, which flew back and forth as it waited for the waters to dry up on earth. (Genesis 8, 7)

  • It was in the six hundred and first year of Noah's life, in the first month and on the first of the month, that the waters began drying out on earth. Noah lifted back the hatch of the ark and looked out. The surface of the ground was dry! (Genesis 8, 13)

  • In the second month, on the twenty-seventh day of the month, the earth was dry. (Genesis 8, 14)

  • but should they not be convinced by either of these two signs and refuse to listen to what you say, you are to take some water from the River and pour it on the ground, and the water you have taken from the River will turn to blood on the dry land.' (Exodus 4, 9)

  • Your part is to raise your staff and stretch out your hand over the sea and divide it, so that the Israelites can walk through the sea on dry ground, (Exodus 14, 16)

  • Then Moses stretched out his hand over the sea, and Yahweh drove the sea back with a strong easterly wind all night and made the sea into dry land. The waters were divided (Exodus 14, 21)

  • and the Israelites went on dry ground right through the sea, with walls of water to right and left of them. (Exodus 14, 22)

  • The Israelites, however, had marched through the sea on dry ground, with walls of water to right and left of them. (Exodus 14, 29)

  • For when Pharaoh's cavalry, with his chariots and horsemen, had gone into the sea, Yahweh brought the waters of the sea back over them, though the Israelites went on dry ground right through the sea. (Exodus 15, 19)


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