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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Genesis 2:25


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    King James Bible - Genesis 2:25

    And they were both naked, the man and his wife, and were not ashamed.

    World English Bible

    They were both naked, the man and his wife, and were not ashamed.

    Douay-Rheims - Genesis 2:25

    And they were both naked: to wit, Adam and his wife: and were not ashamed.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    And they were both naked, the man and his wife, and were not ashamed.

    Original Hebrew

    ויהיו
    1961 שׁניהם 8147 ערומים 6174 האדם 120 ואשׁתו 802 ולא 3808 יתבשׁשׁו׃ 954

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    VERSE (25) -
    Ge 3:7,10,11

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 2:25

    Y estaban ambos desnudos, Adán y su mujer, y no se avergonzaban.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Genesis 2:25

    Verse 25. They were both
    naked, &c.] The weather was perfectly temperate, and therefore they had no need of clothing, the circumambient air being of the same temperature with their bodies. And as sin had not yet entered into the world, and no part of the human body had been put to any improper use, therefore there was no shame, for shame can only arise from a consciousness of sinful or irregular conduct.

    EVEN in a state of innocence, when all was perfection and excellence, when God was clearly discovered in all his works, every place being his temple, every moment a time of worship, and every object an incitement to religious reverence and adoration-even then, God chose to consecrate a seventh part of time to his more especial worship, and to hallow it unto his own service by a perpetual decree. Who then shall dare to reverse this order of God? Had the religious observance of the Sabbath been never proclaimed till the proclamation of the law on Mount Sinai, then it might have been conjectured that this, like several other ordinances, was a shadow which must pass away with that dispensation; neither extending to future ages, nor binding on any other people. But this was not so. God gave the Sabbath, his first ordinance, to man, (see the first precept, ver. 17,) while all the nations of the world were seminally included in him, and while he stood the father and representative of the whole human race; therefore the Sabbath is not for one nation, for one time, or for one place. It is the fair type of heaven's eternal day-of the state of endless blessedness and glory, where human souls, having fully regained the Divine image, and become united to the Centre and Source of all perfection and excellence, shall rest in God, unutterably happy through the immeasurable progress of duration! Of this consummation every returning Sabbath should at once be a type, a remembrancer, and a foretaste, to every pious mind; and these it must be to all who are taught of God.

    Of this rest, the garden of Eden, that paradise of God formed for man, appears also to have been a type and pledge; and the institution of marriage, the cause, bond, and cement of the social state, was probably designed to prefigure that harmony, order, and blessedness which must reign in the kingdom of God, of which the condition of our first parents in the garden of paradise is justly supposed to have been an expressive emblem. What a pity that this heavenly institution should have ever been perverted! that, instead of becoming a sovereign help to all, it is now, through its prostitution to animal and secular purposes, become the destroyer of millions! Reader, every connection thou formest in life will have a strong and sovereign influence on thy future destiny. Beware! an unholy cause, which from its peculiar nature must be ceaselessly active in every muscle, nerve, and passion, cannot fail to produce incessant effects of sin, misery, death, and perdition. Remember that thy earthly connections, no matter of what kind, are not formed merely for time, whatsoever thou mayest intend, but also for eternity. With what caution there fore shouldst thou take every step in the path of life! On this ground, the observations made in the preceding notes are seriously recommended to thy consideration.


    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 18-25 - Power over the creatures was given to man, and as a proof of this he named them all. It also shows his insight into the works of God. But though he was lord of the creatures, yet nothing in this world was help meet for man. From God are all our helpers. If we rest in God, he will work all for good. God caused deep sleep to fall on Adam; while he knows no sin, God will take care that he shall feel no pain. God, a her Father, brought the woman to the man, as his second self, and help meet for him. That wife, who is of God's making by special grace and of God's bringing by special providence, is likely to prove a hel meet for a man. See what need there is, both of prudence and prayer in the choice of this relation, which is so near and so lasting. That ha need to be well done, which is to be done for life. Our first parent needed no clothes for covering against cold or heat, for neither coul hurt them: they needed none for ornament. Thus easy, thus happy, wa man in his state of innocency. How good was God to him! How man favours did he load him with! How easy were the laws given to him! Ye man, being in honour, understood not his own interest, but soon becam as the beasts that perish __________________________________________________________________


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    ויהיו 1961 שׁניהם 8147 ערומים 6174 האדם 120 ואשׁתו 802 ולא 3808 יתבשׁשׁו׃ 954


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