Genesis 2 LEB

1 And heavena and earthb and all their arrayc were finished.

References for Genesis 2:1

    • ‘ 2:1 - Or "the sky"
    • ’ 2:1 - Or "the earth"
    • “ 2:1 - Or "host"
      2 And on the seventh day God finished his work that he had done, and he rested on the seventh day from all his work that he had done.
      3 And God blessed the seventh day, and he sanctifiedd it, because on it he rested from all his work {of creating that [there was] to do}.e

      References for Genesis 2:3

        • ” 2:3 - Or "hallowed"
        • • 2:3 - Literally "which God created to do"

          The Generations of Heaven and Earth

          4 These are the generationsf of heaveng and earthh when they were created, in the day [that] Yahweh God made earth and heaveni--

          References for Genesis 2:4

            • – 2:4 - Or "family records"
            • — 2:4 - Or "the sky"
            • ˜ 2:4 - Or "the earth"
            • ™ 2:4 - Or "sky"
              5 {before any plant of the field was}j on earth, and [before] {any plant of the field}k had sprung up, because Yahweh God had not caused it to rain upon the earth, and there was no human being to cultivate the ground,

              References for Genesis 2:5

                • š 2:5 - Literally "and every plant of the field not yet was"
                • › 2:5 - Literally "and every plant of the field not yet"
                  6 but a stream [would] rise from the earth and water the whole face of the ground--
                  7 whenl Yahweh God formed the manm [of] dust from the ground, and he blew into his nostrils the breath of life, and the man became a living creature.

                  References for Genesis 2:7

                    • œ 2:7 - Or "and"
                    •  2:7 - "The man" indicates the noun is singular and occurs with the definite article
                      8 And Yahweh God planted a garden in Eden in the east, and there he put the mann whom he had formed.

                      References for Genesis 2:8

                        • ž 2:8 - "The man" indicates the noun is singular and occurs with the definite article
                          9 And Yahweh God caused to grow every tree [that] was pleasing to the sight and good for food. And the tree of life [was] in the midst of the garden, {along with}o the tree of the knowledge of good and evil.

                          References for Genesis 2:9

                            • Ÿ 2:9 - Or "and"
                              10 Nowp a river flowed out from Eden that watered the garden, and from there it diverged and became four branches.

                              References for Genesis 2:10

                                •   2:10 - Or "And"
                                  11 The name of the first [is] the Pishon. It went around all the land of Havilah, where [there is] gold.
                                  12 (The gold of that land [is] good; bdellium and onyx stones [are] there.)
                                  13 And the name of the second [is] Gihon. It went around all the land of Cush.
                                  14 And the name of the third [is] Tigris. It flows east of Assyria. And the fourth river [is] the Euphrates.
                                  15 And Yahweh God took the manq and set him in the garden of Eden to cultivate it and to keep it.

                                  References for Genesis 2:15

                                    • ¡ 2:15 - "The man" indicates the noun is singular and occurs with the definite article
                                      16 And Yahweh God commanded the man,r saying, "From every tree of the garden {you may freely eat},s

                                      References for Genesis 2:16

                                        • ¢ 2:16 - "The man" indicates the noun is singular and occurs with the definite article
                                        • £ 2:16 - Literally "eating you may eat"
                                          17 but from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil you shall not eat, for in the day {that you eat}t from it {you shall surely die}."u

                                          References for Genesis 2:17

                                            • ¤ 2:17 - Literally "of your eating"
                                            • ¥ 2:17 - Literally "dying you shall die"
                                              18 Thenv Yahweh God said, "[it is] not good [that] the manw is alone. I will make for him a helper {as his counterpart}."x

                                              References for Genesis 2:18

                                                • ¦ 2:18 - Or "And"
                                                • § 2:18 - "The man" indicates the noun is singular and occurs with the definite article
                                                • ¨ 2:18 - Literally "as his opposite"
                                                  19 And out of the ground Yahweh God formed every beast of the field and every bird of the sky,y and he brought [each] to the manz to see what he would call it. And whatever the man{ called that living creature [was] its name.

                                                  References for Genesis 2:19

                                                    • © 2:19 - Or "the heavens"
                                                    • ª 2:19 - "The man" indicates the noun is singular and occurs with the definite article
                                                    • « 2:19 - "The man" indicates the noun is singular and occurs with the definite article
                                                      20 And the man| {gave names}} to every domesticated animal and to the birds of heaven~ and to all the wild animals. But for [the] man there was not found a helper {as his counterpart}.€

                                                      References for Genesis 2:20

                                                        • ¬ 2:20 - "The man" indicates the noun is singular and occurs with the definite article
                                                        • ­ 2:20 - Literally "called names"
                                                        • ® 2:20 - Or "the sky"
                                                        • ¯ 2:20 - Literally "animals of the earth/land"
                                                        • ° 2:20 - Literally "as his opposite"
                                                          21 And Yahweh God caused a deep sleep to fall upon the man. While‚ he slept, he took one of his ribs, and closed up {the flesh where it had been}.ƒ

                                                          References for Genesis 2:21

                                                            • ± 2:21 - "The man" indicates the noun is singular and occurs with the definite article
                                                            • ² 2:21 - Or "And"
                                                            • ³ 2:21 - Literally "the flesh in the place of it"
                                                              22 And Yahweh God fashioned the rib which he had taken from the man„ into a woman and brought her to the man.…

                                                              References for Genesis 2:22

                                                                • ´ 2:22 - "The man" indicates the noun is singular and occurs with the definite article
                                                                • µ 2:22 - "The man" indicates the noun is singular and occurs with the definite article
                                                                  23 And the man† said, "{She is now} bone from my bones and flesh from my flesh; {she} shall be called 'Woman,' for {she was taken} from man."

                                                                  References for Genesis 2:23

                                                                    • 2:23 - "The man" indicates the noun is singular and occurs with the definite article
                                                                      24 Therefore a man shall leave his father and his mother and shall cling to his wife, and they shall be as one flesh.
                                                                      25 And the man‡ and his wife, both of them, were naked, and they were not ashamed.

                                                                      References for Genesis 2:25

                                                                        • · 2:25 - "The man" indicates the noun is singular and occurs with the definite article