Ja kui inimesi hakkas maa peal palju saama ja neile sündis tütreid,
Sel ajal, ja veel pärastpoolegi, kui Jumala pojadpojad heitsid inimeste tütarde juurde ja need neile lapsi ilmale tõid, olid hiiglased maamaa peal: needsamad vägimehed, kes muistsest ajast on kuulsad mehed.
siis Issand kahetses, et ta inimese oli teinud maamaa peale, ja ta südasüda valutas.
Ja Issand ütlesütles: 'Ma tahan inimese, kelle ma olen loonud, maa pealt kaotada, niihästi inimesed kui loomadloomad ja roomajad ja taeva linnudlinnud, sest ma kahetsen, et ma nad olen teinud!'
Noah and the Ark Family lessons provide a worship talk and a variety of activities for children and teens.. Religion Lesson | Ages 4 - 17
Noah Builds an Ark A New Church Bible story explanation for teaching Sunday school. Includes lesson materials for Primary (3-8 years), Junior (9-11 years), Intermediate (12-14 years), Senior (15-17 years) and Adults. Teaching Support | Ages over 3
683. As regards the use twice of the verb 'did' comprehending both good and truth, it should be recognized that in the Word, especially the Prophets, one matter may be described in two ways, as in Isaiah,
He has passed on in peace, a way He has not gone with His feet. Who has performed and done this? Isaiah 42:3, 4.
Here the first statement has regard to good, the second to truth, that is to say, the first regards things of the will, the second those of the understanding. Thus 'passing on in peace' embodies things of the will, 'a way he did not go with His feet' those of the understanding. The same applies to 'performing' and 'doing'. In the Word things that belong to the will and to the understanding, that is, to love and faith - or what amounts to the same, celestial things and spiritual things - are joined together in such a way that each individual part images a marriage, and answers to the heavenly marriage. The same applies here with the repetition of the same verb.