Adam and Eve grieve over the suffering of God to save them from their sins. It is not illness, Allegra. It is a gradual decay. My fear is that she will never revive. There is no marked disease鈥攏othing for medicine to fight against. Such cases as hers are the despair of doctors. A spring has been broken somehow in the human machine. Science cannot mend it. 12 But they sorrowed over Adam, because he was fallen like a dead man, he and Eve; and they said in their thoughts, "Adam has not died in this place; but God has put him to death, for his having come to this place, and wishing to get into the garden without His permission." 丁香五月啪啪,激情综合,色久久,色久久综合网,五月婷婷开心中文字幕 "Then Satan began to lead astray Adam and Eve.鈥? 2 "O Adam, as to what you said, 'Bring me into a land where there is rest,' it is not another land than this, but it is the kingdom of heaven where alone there is rest. If that gentleman has read the work,鈥攁s perhaps he has before now,鈥攈e has probably recognized his own words. One affecting incident in the narrative, as it really occurred, ought to be mentioned. The wife was passionately bemoaning her husband鈥檚 fate, as about to be forever separated from all that he held dear, to be sold to the hard usage of a Southern plantation. The husband, in reply, used that very simple but sublime expression which the writer has placed in the mouth of Uncle Tom, in similar circumstances: 鈥淭here鈥檒l be the same God there that there is here.鈥? 4 But as the sun was setting the fire was still burning and nearing Adam and Eve in the cave, so that they could not sleep in it. After the sun had set, they went out of it. This was the forty-seventh day after they came out of the garden.