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The Holy Bible - New Living Translation - (PDF)

The Holy Bible - New Living Translation - (PDF)

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Holy Bible
About the
New Living Translation
First published in 1996, the New Living Translation sought to createa natural, flowing translation in everyday English that translated notthe words of the original scriptures, but the thoughts they containedin order to make the scriptures come alive to their readers, and instilltheir message into the everyday lives of Christians.
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In the beginning God created theheavens and the earth.
The earth was empty, a formless masscloaked in darkness. And the Spirit of God was hovering over its surface.
Then God said, "Let there be light," andthere was light.
And God saw that it was good. Then heseparated the light from the darkness.
God called the light "day" and thedarkness "night." Together these madeup one day.
And God said, "Let there be spacebetween the waters, to separate water from water."
And so it was. God made this space toseparate the waters above from thewaters below.
And God called the space "sky." Thishappened on the second day.
And God said, "Let the waters beneaththe sky be gathered into one place sodry ground may appear." And so it was.
God named the dry ground "land" andthe water "seas." And God saw that itwas good.
Then God said, "Let the land burstforth with every sort of grass and seed-bearing plant. And let there be trees thatgrow seed-bearing fruit. The seeds willthen produce the kinds of plants andtrees from which they came." And so itwas.
The land was filled with seed-bearingplants and trees, and their seedsproduced plants and trees of like kind.And God saw that it was good.
This all happened on the third day.
And God said, "Let bright lights appear in the sky to separate the day from thenight. They will be signs to mark off theseasons, the days, and the years.
Let their light shine down upon theearth." And so it was.
For God made two great lights, thesun and the moon, to shine down uponthe earth. The greater one, the sun,presides during the day; the lesser one,the moon, presides through the night.He also made the stars.
God set these lights in the heavens tolight the earth,
to govern the day and the night, and toseparate the light from the darkness.And God saw that it was good.
This all happened on the fourth day.