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  • But the earth was empty and unoccupied, and darknesses were over the face of the abyss; and so the Spirit of God was brought over the waters. (Genesis 1, 2)




  • God also said, “Let there be a firmament in the midst of the waters, and let it divide waters from waters.” (Genesis 1, 6)

  • And God made a firmament, and he divided the waters that were under the firmament, from those that were above the firmament. And so it became. (Genesis 1, 7)

  • Truly God said: “Let the waters that are under heaven be gathered together into one place; and let the dry land appear.” And so it became. (Genesis 1, 9)

  • And God called the dry land, ‘Earth,’ and he called the gathering of the waters, ‘Seas.’ And God saw that it was good. (Genesis 1, 10)

  • And then God said, “Let the waters produce animals with a living soul, and flying creatures above the earth, under the firmament of heaven.” (Genesis 1, 20)

  • And God created the great sea creatures, and everything with a living soul and the ability to move that the waters produced, according to their species, and all the flying creatures, according to their kind. And God saw that it was good. (Genesis 1, 21)




  • And he blessed them, saying: “Increase and multiply, and fill the waters of the sea. And let the birds be multiplied above the land.” (Genesis 1, 22)

  • Behold, I shall bring the waters of a great flood upon the earth, so as to put to death all flesh in which there is the breath of life under heaven. All things that are on the earth shall be consumed. (Genesis 6, 17)

  • And he was six hundred years old when the waters of the great flood inundated the earth. (Genesis 7, 6)

  • And Noah entered into the ark, and his sons, his wife, and the wives of his sons with him, because of the waters of the great flood. (Genesis 7, 7)

  • And when seven days had passed, the waters of the great flood inundated the earth. (Genesis 7, 10)




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