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14 Behold, I, the Lord, in the beginning blessed the waters; but in the last days, by the mouth of my servant John, I bcursed the waters.]]>
15 Wherefore, the days will come that no flesh shall be safe upon the waters.
16 And it shall be said in days to come that none is able to go up to the land of Zion upon the waters, but he that is upright in heart.
17 And, as I, the Lord, in the beginning cursed the land, even so in the last days have I blessed it, in its time, for the use of my saints, that they may partake the fatness thereof.
Thanks, I hadn’t thought of it that way…obviously or I wouldn’t have asked the question. I think you may be right on!
Anyone with other thoughts?
I just threw the question out in class last night, no one had an answer there, so now I can come back smarter.]]>
I think it’s a completely different curse, which meant that God wouldn’t flood the Earth again like He did…I’m thinking the Earth can be cursed in more than one way…
One of the major take-home points in Genesis is the world is chaotic, not an orderly. I suspect BKP’s Bible has much of Genesis ripped out.]]>