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CHAP. III. . Concerning the NATURE and CON

DITION of MAN.

The Original Formation and STATE OF MAN. anOD created Man in his own Image, af

U ter his Likeness: In the Likeness of God made he him.

b He made himn a little lower than the Angels; and crowned him with Glory and Ho. nour. .

c And the Lord God forined Man, of the Duit of the Ground ; and breathed into his Nostrils the Breath of Life; And Man became a living Soul. He was fearfully and wonderfully made ; and his Substance curiously wrought, in secret.

d And because, It was not good that the Man fhould be alone, the Lord made a Woman, to be an help meet for him: and she was taken our of Man.

e The Man is not of the Woman, but the Woman of the Man: neither was the Man created for the Woman, but the Woman for the Man. For, the Man is the Image and Glory of God, but the Woman is the Glory of the Man,

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a There is a Spirit in Man, and the Inspiration of the Almighty giveth them Understanding. .b God, our Maker, teacherh us more than the Beasts of the Earth; and maketh us wiser than the Fowls of Heaven.

c The Spirit of Man is the Candle of the Lord. id God made Man upright.

e The Lord made him to have Dominion over the Works of his Hands: he put all things under his Feet. All Sheep, and Oxen, yea and the Beasts of the Field; the Fowl of the Air, and the Filh of the Sea, and whatsoever passeth through the Paths of the Seas.

{ And the Lord planted a Garden in Eden; and out of the Ground he made to grow every Tree that is pleasant to the fight, and good for Food; the Tree of Life also, in the midst of the Garden; and the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil: And he put the Man whom he had formed into the Garden, to dress it, and to keep it. 18 And the Lord commanded the Man, fay

ing, of every Tree of the Garden thou mayest freely Eat; but of the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil, thou shalt not Eat of it: For, in the Day that thou Eatest thereof, thou shalt surely Dye.

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• And Adam gave Names to all Cattel, and to the Fowl of the Air, and to every Beast of the Field.

And they were both naked, the Man and his Wife, and were not alhamed.

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• Gen. 2. 20. b Gen. 2. 25. Gen. 3. 1. 2. Cor. 11, 3. Gen. 3. 6, 3, 6. Gen. 3. 7. * Gen. 3. 8, 9, 11, 12, 13. 'Gen. 3. 14.

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