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Gẹnẹsisi 3:1-24

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13.1: If 12.9; 20.2.Ejò sá à ṣe alárékérekè ju àwọn ẹranko igbó yòókù tí Olúwa Ọlọ́run dá lọ. Ó sọ fún obìnrin náà pé, “Ǹjẹ́ òtítọ́ ha ni Ọlọ́run wí pé, ‘Ẹ̀yin kò gbọdọ̀ jẹ èso èyíkéyìí lára àwọn igi tí ó wà nínú ọgbà’?”

2Obìnrin náà dá ejò lóhùn pé, “Àwa lè jẹ lára àwọn èso igi tí ó wà nínú ọgbà, 3ṣùgbọ́n Ọlọ́run sọ pé, ‘Ẹ̀yin kò gbọdọ̀ jẹ lára èso igi tí ó wà láàrín ọgbà, ẹ kò sì gbọdọ̀ fi ọwọ́ kàn án, bí ẹ̀yin bá ṣe bẹ́ẹ̀, ẹ̀yin yóò kùú.’ ”

43.4: 2Kọ 11.3.Ejò wí fún obìnrin náà pé, “Ẹ̀yin kì yóò kú ikúkíkú kan.” 5“Nítorí Ọlọ́run mọ̀ wí pé, bí ẹ̀yin bá jẹ nínú rẹ̀, ojú yín yóò là, ẹ̀yin yóò sì dàbí Ọlọ́run, ẹ̀yin yóò sì mọ rere yàtọ̀ sí búburú.”

6Nígbà tí obìnrin náà rí i wí pé èso igi náà dára fún oúnjẹ àti pé, ó sì dùn ún wò, àti pé ó ń mú ni ní ọgbọ́n, ó mú díẹ̀ níbẹ̀, ó sì jẹ ẹ́. Ó sì mú díẹ̀ fún ọkọ rẹ̀, ẹni tí ó wà pẹ̀lú rẹ̀, òun náà sì jẹ ẹ́. 7Nígbà náà ni ojú àwọn méjèèjì sì là, wọ́n sì mọ̀ pé àwọn wà ní ìhòhò; wọ́n sì rán ewé ọ̀pọ̀tọ́ pọ̀, wọ́n sì fi bo ara wọn.

8Nígbà náà ni ọkùnrin náà àti aya rẹ̀ gbọ́ ìró Olúwa Ọlọ́run bí ó ti ń rìn nínú ọgbà, nígbà tí ojú ọjọ́ tura, wọ́n sì fi ara pamọ́ kúrò níwájú Olúwa Ọlọ́run sí àárín àwọn igi inú ọgbà. 9Ṣùgbọ́n Olúwa Ọlọ́run ké pe ọkùnrin náà pé, “Níbo ni ìwọ wà?”

10Ó dáhùn pé, “Mo gbúròó rẹ̀ nínú ọgbà, ẹ̀rù sì bà mí, nítorí pé, mo wà ní ìhòhò, mo sì fi ara pamọ́.”

11Ọlọ́run wí pé, “Ta ni ó wí fún ọ pé ìhòhò ni ìwọ wà? Ṣé ìwọ ti jẹ nínú èso igi tí mo pàṣẹ fún ọ pé ìwọ kò gbọdọ̀ jẹ nínú rẹ̀ ni?”

12Ọkùnrin náà wí pé, “Obìnrin tí ìwọ fi fún mi, ni ó fún mi nínú èso igi náà, mo sì jẹ ẹ́.”

133.13: 2Kọ 11.3; 1Tm 2.14.Nígbà náà ni Olúwa Ọlọ́run wí pé, “Èwo ni èyí tí ìwọ ṣe yìí?”

Obìnrin náà dáhùn pé, “Ejò ni ó tàn mí jẹ, mo sì jẹ ẹ́.”

143.14,15: If 12.9; 20.2.Nígbà náà ni Olúwa Ọlọ́run wí fún ejò náà pé, “Nítorí tí ìwọ ti ṣe èyí,

“Ègún ni fún ọ ju gbogbo ohun ọ̀sìn

àti gbogbo ẹranko igbó tókù lọ!

Àyà rẹ ni ìwọ yóò fi máa wọ́,

ìwọ yóò sì máa jẹ erùpẹ̀ ilẹ̀

ní gbogbo ọjọ́ ayé rẹ.

153.15: If 12.17.Èmi yóò sì fi ọ̀tá

sí àárín ìwọ àti obìnrin náà,

àti sí àárín irú-ọmọ rẹ àti irú-ọmọ obìnrin náà;

òun yóò fọ́ orí rẹ,

ìwọ yóò sì bù ú jẹ ní gìgísẹ̀.”

16Ọlọ́run wí fún obìnrin náà pé:

“Èmi yóò fi kún ìrora rẹ ní àkókò ìbímọ;

ni ìrora ni ìwọ yóò máa bí ọmọ.

Ọ̀dọ̀ ọkọ rẹ ni ìfẹ́ rẹ yóò máa fà sí,

òun ni yóò sì máa ṣe àkóso rẹ.”

173.17,18: Hb 6.8.Ọlọ́run sì wí fún Adamu pé, “Nítorí pé ìwọ fetí sí aya rẹ, ìwọ sì jẹ nínú èso igi tí mo pàṣẹ fún ọ pé ‘Ìwọ kò gbọdọ̀ jẹ nínú rẹ̀,’

“Ègún ni fún ilẹ̀ nítorí rẹ;

nínú ọ̀pọ̀ làálàá ni ìwọ yóò jẹ nínú rẹ̀,

ní gbogbo ọjọ́ ayé rẹ.

18Ilẹ̀ yóò sì hu ẹ̀gún àti èṣùṣú fún ọ,

ewéko igbó ni ìwọ yóò sì máa jẹ.

19Nínú òógùn ojú rẹ

ni ìwọ yóò máa jẹun

títí tí ìwọ yóò fi padà sí ilẹ̀,

nítorí inú ilẹ̀ ni a ti mú ọ jáde wá;

erùpẹ̀ ilẹ̀ sá à ni ìwọ,

ìwọ yóò sì padà di erùpẹ̀.”

20Adamu sì sọ aya rẹ̀ ní Efa nítorí òun ni yóò di ìyá gbogbo alààyè.

21Olúwa Ọlọ́run, sì dá ẹ̀wù awọ fún Adamu àti aya rẹ̀, ó sì fi wọ̀ wọ́n. 223.22,24: If 2.7; 22.2,14,19.Olúwa Ọlọ́run sì wí pé, “Ọkùnrin náà ti dàbí ọ̀kan lára wa, ó mọ rere àti búburú. A kò gbọdọ̀ jẹ́ kí ó na ọwọ́ rẹ̀ kí ó mú lára èso igi ìyè kí ó sì jẹ, kí ó sì wà láààyè títí láéláé.” 23Nítorí náà, Olúwa Ọlọ́run lé e kúrò nínú ọgbà Edeni láti lọ máa ro ilẹ̀ nínú èyí tí a ti mú un jáde wá. 24Lẹ́yìn tí ó ti lé ènìyàn jáde tán, ó fi àwọn Kérúbù àti idà iná tí ó ń kọ mọ̀nàmọ́ná síwájú àti sẹ́yìn láti ṣọ́ ọ̀nà tí ó lọ sí ibi igi ìyè, ní ìhà ìlà-oòrùn ọgbà Edeni.

New International Reader’s Version

Genesis 3:1-24

Adam and Eve Fall Into Sin

1The serpent was more clever than any of the wild animals the Lord God had made. The serpent said to the woman, “Did God really say, ‘You must not eat fruit from any tree in the garden’?”

2The woman said to the serpent, “We may eat fruit from the trees in the garden. 3But God did say, ‘You must not eat the fruit from the tree in the middle of the garden. Do not even touch it. If you do, you will die.’ ”

4“You will certainly not die,” the serpent said to the woman. 5“God knows that when you eat fruit from that tree, you will know things you have never known before. Like God, you will be able to tell the difference between good and evil.”

6The woman saw that the tree’s fruit was good to eat and pleasing to look at. She also saw that it would make a person wise. So she took some of the fruit and ate it. She also gave some to her husband, who was with her. And he ate it. 7Then both of them knew things they had never known before. They realized they were naked. So they sewed together fig leaves and made clothes for themselves.

8Then the man and his wife heard the Lord God walking in the garden. It was during the coolest time of the day. They hid from the Lord God among the trees of the garden. 9But the Lord God called out to the man. “Where are you?” he asked.

10“I heard you in the garden,” the man answered. “I was afraid, because I was naked. So I hid.”

11The Lord God said, “Who told you that you were naked? Have you eaten fruit from the tree I commanded you not to eat from?”

12The man said, “It’s the fault of the woman you put here with me. She gave me some fruit from the tree. And I ate it.”

13Then the Lord God said to the woman, “What have you done?”

The woman said, “The serpent tricked me. That’s why I ate the fruit.”

14So the Lord God spoke to the serpent. He said, “Because you have done this,

“You are set apart from all livestock

and all wild animals.

I am putting a curse on you.

You will crawl on your belly.

You will eat dust

all the days of your life.

15I will make you and the woman hate each other.

Your children and her children will be enemies.

Her son will crush your head.

And you will bite his heel.”

16The Lord God said to the woman,

“I will increase your pain when you give birth.

You will be in great pain when you have children.

You will long for your husband.

And he will rule over you.”

17The Lord God said to Adam, “You listened to your wife’s suggestion. You ate fruit from the tree I warned you about. I said, ‘You must not eat its fruit.’

“So I am putting a curse on the ground because of what you did.

All the days of your life you will have to work hard.

It will be painful for you to get food from the ground. 18You will eat plants from the field,

even though the ground produces thorns and prickly weeds.

19You will have to work hard and sweat a lot

to produce the food you eat.

You were made out of the ground.

You will return to it when you die.

You are dust,

and you will return to dust.”

20Adam named his wife Eve. She would become the mother of every living person.

21The Lord God made clothes out of animal skins for Adam and his wife to wear. 22The Lord God said, “Just like one of us, the man can now tell the difference between good and evil. He must not be allowed to reach out and pick fruit from the tree of life and eat it. If he does, he will live forever.” 23So the Lord God drove the man out of the Garden of Eden. He sent the man to farm the ground he had been made from. 24The Lord God drove him out and then placed angels on the east side of the garden. He also placed there a flaming sword that flashed back and forth. The angels and the sword guarded the way to the tree of life.