Then God said "Let there be light," and there was light. God saw how good
the light was. God then separated the light from the darkness. God called
the light "day" and the darkness he called "night". Thus evening came, and
morning followed---the first day. (Gen 1:3-5)
Then God said, "Let the water under the sky be gathered into a single basin,
, so that the dry land may appear." And so it happened: the water under the
sky was gathered into its basin, and the dry land appeared. God called the
dry land "the earth" and the basin of the water he called "the sea". God
saw how good it was. (Gen 1:9-10)
Then God said: "Let there be lights in the dome of the sky, to separate the
day from night. Let them mark the fixed times, the days and the years, and
serve as luminaries in the dome of the sky, to shed light upon the earth."
And so it happened: God made the two great lights, the greater one to govern the day, and the lesser one to govern the night; and he made the stars. God set them in the dome of the sky, to shed light upon the earth, to govern the day and the night, and to separate the light from the darkness. God saw how good it was. Evening came, and morning followed---the fourth day. (Gen 1:14-19)
Then God said, "Let the earth bring forth all kinds of living creatures:
cattle, creeping things, and wild animals of all kinds."
And so it happened: : God made all kinds of wild animals, all kinds of cattle, and all kinds of creeping things of the earth. God saw how good it was. (Gen 1:24-25)
The Lord God then built up into a woman the rib that he had taken from the
man. When he brought her to the man, the man said:
"This one, at last, is bone of my bones and flesh of my flesh;
This one shall be called 'woman', for out of 'her man' this one
has been taken."
That is why a man leaves his father and mother and clings to his wife, and
the two of them become one body. The man and his wife were both naked, yet
they felt no shame. (Gen 2:22-25)
Now the serpent was the most cunning of all the animals that the Lord God
had made. The serpent asked the woman, "Did God really tell you not to eat
from any of the trees in the garden?"
The woman answered the serpent: 'We may eat of the fruit of the trees in the garden; it is only about the fruit of the tree in the middle of the garden that God said, 'You shall not eat it or even touch it, lest you die.'"
But the serpent said to the woman: "You certainly will not die! No, God knows well that the moment you eat of it you will be like gods who know what is good and what is bad." The woman saw that the tree was good for food, pleasing to the eyes, and desirable for gaining wisdom.
So she took some of its fruit and ate it; and she also gave some to her husband, who was with her, and he ate it. (Gen 3:1-6)