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Bible Trivia: First Mentions and Other Facts

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Here are some first mentions and other facts in the Bible:
  1. First Mention of the Trinity- Genesis 1:26
  2. First Sabbath- God. Genesis 2:1
  3. First Marriage- Adam & Eve Genesis 2: 23 (24,25)
  4. First Sin- Disobedience. Genesis 3:6
  5. First Mention of Cherubim: Genesis 3:24
  6. First Mention of Pregnancy & Childbirth- Eve with Cain. Genesis 4:1
  7. First Parents- Adam & Eve. Genesis 4:1
  8. First Death- Abel. Genesis Genesis 4:8
  9. First Murder- Abel. Genesis 4:8
  10. First Exile- Adam & Eve from the Garden of Eden or Cain from God's presence and home base? Genesis 4:1,16
  11. First Mention of Polygamy- Lamech to two wives (Adah, Zilah) . Genesis 4:19
  12. First Mention of Worship/Religion. After the birth of Seth. Genesis 4:26
  13. How Long Adam, the first man, lived- 930 years. Genesis 5:5
  14. First Human to be brought to Heaven- Enoch. Genesis 5:24
  15. First Limiting of Man's LifeSpan. 120 years. Genesis 6:3
  16. First Rain, First Storm, First worldwide catastrophe- The GenesisFlood. Genesis 7:10
  17. How Long it rained during the Flood. 40 days and 40 nights. Genesis 7:12
  18. How Long the earth was flooded. 150 days. Genesis 8:3
  19. First "Survivors"- 7; Noah, Shem, Ham, Japheth, wives.
  20. First appearance of the rainbow. After the flood. Genesis 9:13.
  21. Birth of Multiple / Foreign Languages. Genesis 11:7
  22. The Abrahamic Covenant: Possession, Posterity, Blessing & Curse. Genesis 12:1-3
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