1 Then Aḏam and Ḥawwah came into the cave, still trembling because of the fire that had scorched them. So Aḏam said to Ḥawwah:

2 “Look, in this world the fire burns our flesh. How will it be when we are dead and Satan shall punish our souls? Is not our deliverance far off unless Elohim comes in His mercy and fulfills His promise to us?”

3 Then Aḏam and Ḥawwah stepped into the cave beraḵah themselves for coming into it once more. For they thought that they would never enter it, when they saw the fire around it.

4 But as the sun was setting the fire was still burning and coming closer to Aḏam and Ḥawwah in the cave, so that they could not sleep in it. After the sunset they went out of the cave. This was the forty-seventh day after they came out of the garden.

5 Aḏam and Ḥawwah then came under the top of hill by the garden to sleep, as they were accustomed.

6 And they stood and prayed Elohim to forgive them their sins, and then fell asleep under the top of the mountain.

7 But Satan, the hater of all that is good, thought to himself: “Elohim has promised deliverance to Aḏam by covenant, and promised that He would deliver him from all the hardships that have befallen him, but Elohim has not promised me by covenant, and will not deliver me out of my hardships. He has promised Aḏam that He should make him and his descendants live in the reign that I once lived in. I will kill Aḏam.

8 The earth shall be rid of him. The earth shall be left to me alone. When he is dead he will not have any descendants left to inherit the reign and it will remain my own realm. Elohim will then be wanting me, and He will restore it to me and my host.”