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  • The waters flooded the earth for one hundred and fifty days. (Genesis 7, 24)

  • Then God remembered Noah and all the animals and cattle that were with him in the ark. God made a wind blow over the earth and the waters subsided. (Genesis 8, 1)

  • The waters receded from the earth and after one hundred and fifty days the waters had abated. (Genesis 8, 3)

  • The waters continued to recede until the tenth month. On the first day of the tenth month the mountain tops could be seen. (Genesis 8, 5)

  • and let the raven out. This went off and kept flying to and fro until the waters had dried up from the earth. (Genesis 8, 7)

  • Then Noah let out the dove to see if the waters were receding from the earth. (Genesis 8, 8)

  • But the dove could not find a place to set its foot and flew back to him in the ark for the waters still covered the surface of the whole earth. So Noah stretched out his hand, took hold of it and brought it back to himself in the ark. (Genesis 8, 9)

  • This time the dove came back to him in the evening with a fresh olive branch in its beak. Then Noah knew the waters had receded from the earth. (Genesis 8, 11)

  • In the year six hundred and one, in the first month, on the first day of the month, the waters dried up from the earth. Noah then removed the covering from the ark and looked out and saw that the surface of the earth was dry. (Genesis 8, 13)

  • I establish my covenant with you. Never again will all life be cut off by the waters of a flood, and never again will there be a flood to destroy the earth." (Genesis 9, 11)

  • By this you shall learn that I am Yahweh: Look, I will strike the waters of the Nile with the staff I have in my hand, and they will turn into blood! (Exodus 7, 17)

  • Yahweh said to Moses, "Say to Aaron: 'Take your staff and stretch out your hand over the waters of Egypt, rivers, canals, ponds and pools of water; and they will turn into blood. There will be blood throughout Egypt, even in vessels of wood and stone.'" (Exodus 7, 19)


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