1 Then Elohim looked at Aḏam and at his strength of mind and at his ability to endure hunger, thirst, and heat. And He changed the two fig trees into two figs as they were at first. Then He said to Aḏam and Ḥawwah, “Each of you may take one fig.” And they took them as 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 Commanded them.

2 And He said to them, “You must now go into the cave and eat the figs and satisfy your hunger or else you will die.”

3 So, they went into the cave about sunset as Elohim Commanded them. And Aḏam and Ḥawwah stood up and prayed during the setting sun.

4 Then they sat down to eat the figs, but they did not know how to eat them because they were not accustomed to eating earthly food. They were afraid that if they ate, their stomach would become heavy and their flesh thickened, and their hearts would begin to crave earthly food.

5 But while they were seated, Elohim sent them His messenger, out of pity for them, so they wouldn’t perish of hunger and thirst.

6 And the messenger said to Aḏam and Ḥawwah, “Elohim says to you that you do not have the strength that would be required to fast until death, so eat and strengthen your bodies, for you are now animal flesh and cannot subsist without food and drink.”

7 Then Aḏam and Ḥawwah took the figs and began to eat of them. But Elohim had put into them a mixture as of savory bread and soup.

8 Then, the messenger left Aḏam and Ḥawwah as they ate of the figs until they had satisfied their hunger. Then they put aside what was left over, but by the power of Elohim the figs became whole again, because Elohim baraḵ them.

9 After this Aḏam and Ḥawwah got up and prayed with a joyful heart and renewed strength, and praised and rejoiced much for the entire night. And this was the end of the eighty-third day.