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Genesis 2

Bible Bowl

After the sixth day of creation was over, what does the Bible say concerning the heavens and the earth? (2:1) They were completed
What else was completed besides the heavens and the earth following the first six days of creation? (2:1) All their hosts
By what day had God completed His work, which He had done in creating the heavens and the earth? (2:2) The seventh day
What did God do on the seventh day after His work of creating the heavens and the earth was completed? (2:2) He rested.
What did God do for the seventh day because He rested on that day? (2:3) He blessed it and sanctified it.
In the account of the creation, it is stated, “no shrub of the field was yet in the earth, and no plant of the field had yet sprouted”. What were the two reasons given for this? (2:5) No rain and no man to cultivate
Since there was no rain, how did the ground receive water? (2:6) A mist
From where did the mist come from that watered the ground? (2:6) It rose from the earth.
How much of the earth was watered by the mist that came out of the ground? (2:6) The whole surface of the ground
What did God use to form man? (2:7) Dust from the ground
Into what part of man’s body did God breath? (2:7) His nostrils
What did God breath into man’s nostrils? (2:7) The breath of life
When God breathed the breath of life into man, what did he become? (2:7) A living being
Where did God plant a garden? (2:8) Toward the east, in Eden
After creating the man, where did God place him? In the garden He had planted
What did God cause to grow out of the ground that is pleasing to the sight and good for food? (2:9) Every tree
When God caused every tree to grow out of the ground, this included what two trees? (2:9) The tree of life and the tree of the knowledge of good and evil
What watered the garden that man had been placed in? (2:10) A river
After watering the garden man was placed in, what happened to the river? (2:10) It divided and became four rivers
The river that watered the garden divided into four different rivers. Name them. (2:11-14) Pishon, Gihon, Tigris, Euphrates
Where did the Pishon River flow? (2:11) Around the whole land of Havilah
What was in the land of Havilah? (2:11) Gold
What stones were in the land of Havilah besides gold? (2:12) Bdellium and Onyx
Where did the Gihon river flow? (2:13) Around the whole land of Cush
Where does the Tigris River flow? (2:14) It flows east of Assyria.
What did the man do in the garden of Eden? (2:15) Cultivate it and keep it
God commanded the man that he could eat from any tree in the garden except which one? (2:17) The tree of the knowledge of good and evil
What did God say would happen in the day that the man ate of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil? (2:17) He would die
What did God say about the man being alone? (2:18) It is not good.
What did God say He would do for the man since he was alone? (2:18) “I will make a helper suitable for him.”
What did God bring to the man to see what he would call them? (2:19) Every beast of the field and every bird of the sky
Who named the beasts of the field and birds of the sky? The man
After Adam named all the cattle, birds and beasts of the field, what is said of his helper? (2:20) There was not found a helper suitable for him.
What did God cause to fall upon the man when no helper was found suitable to him? (2:21) A deep sleep
What did the man do when God caused a deep sleep to fall on him? (2:21) He slept.
What part of his body did God take from Adam while he slept? (2:21) A rib
What did God do to Adam after He took one of his ribs while he slept? (2:21) He closed up the flesh at that place.
Into what did God fashion the rib that He had taken from Adam? (2:22) A woman
What did God do with the woman after He had fashioned her from the rib? (2:22) God brought her to the man.
What did man (Adam) say concerning the woman God brought to him? (2:23) “This is now bone of my bones, And flesh of my flesh; She shall be called Woman, Because she was taken out of Man.”
What shall a man do when he marries a wife? (2:24) Leave his father and his mother and cleave to his wife
When a man leaves his father and his mother, to whom is he supposed to cleave? (2:25) His wife
What happens to a man and a woman after a man leaves his parents and cleaves to his wife? (2:24) They became one flesh.
After God brought the woman to man in the Garden, of what did their clothing consist? (2:25) They were naked.
After God brought the woman to man in the Garden, how did the man and woman feel about being naked? They were not ashamed.
Created by: jwilbanks



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