A spake unto

x 37 ! And the children of Israel, is home-born, and unto the stranger Journeyed from Rameses to Suc- that sojourneth among you. coth, about six hundred thousand on d 50 Thus did all the children of foot thot were men, besides children. Israel; as the LORD commanded | 38 And a mixed multitude went Moscs and Aaron, so did they. up also with them; and tlocks, and 51 And it came to pass the selfherds, ayn very much cattle. same day, that the LORD did bring & 39 And they baked unleavened the children of Israel out of the land cakes of the dough which they of Egypt by their armies. brought forth out of Egypt, for it was


ND thrust out of Egypt, and could not

Moses, saying, tarry neither bad they prepared for 2 Sanctity unto me all the firstthemselves any victual."

born, whatsoever openeth the womb f 40 Now the sojourning of the among the children of Israel, both of children of Israel who dwelt in man aud of beast: it is mine. Egypt, was four hundred and thirty 3 | And Moses said unto the peoyears.

ple, Remember this day, in which 41 And it came to pass, at the end ye came out from Egypt, out of the of the four hundred and thirty years, house of bondage ; for by strength even the self-same day it came to of hand the LORD brought you out pass, that all the hosts of the LORD from this place : there shall no leawent out from the land of Egypt. vened bread be eaten.

42 It is a night to be much observ- 4 This day came ye out, in the ed unto the LORD, for bringing month Abib. them out from the land of Egypt: i 5 1 And it shall be when the LORD this is that night of the LORD to be shall bring thee into the land of the observed of all the chikdren of Israel Canaanites, and the Hitites, and in their generations.

the Amorites, and the Hivites, and i 13 [ And the LORD said unto the Jebusites, which he sware unto Moses and Aaron, This is the ordi- thy fathers to give thee, a land nance of the passover : there shall no flowing with milk and boney; that stranger eat thereof :

thou shalt keep this service in this 44 But every man's servant that month. is bought for money, when thou hast 6 Seven days shalt thou eat uncircumcised him, then shall he eat leavened bread, and in the seventh thereof.

day shall be a feast to the LORD. 45 A foreigner, and a bired ser- 7 Unleavened bread shall be eatvant shall not eat thereof.

en seven days: and there shall no 46 In one house shall it be eaten; leavened bread be seen with thee, thou shalt not carry forth aught of neither shall there be leaven seen the flesh abroad out of the house : with thee in all thy quarters. peither shall ye break a bone thereof. d 8 | And thou shalt shew thy son

47 All the congregation of Israel in that day, saying, This is done shall keep it.

because of that which the Lord did i 48 And when a stranger shall so- unto me when I came forth out of journ with thee, and will keep the Egypt. passover to the LORD, let all his i 9 And it shall be for a sign umo males be circumcised, and then let thee upon thy hand, and for a mehim come near and keep it: and he morial between thine eyes; that the shall be as one that is born in the Lord's law may be in thy mouth : land: for no uncircumcised person for with a strong hand hath the LORD shall eat thereof.

brought thee out of Egypt. 49 One law shall be to him that 10 Thou shalt therefore keep this ordinance in his season from God will surely visit you y and ye year to year.

sball carry up my bones away heute - And it shall be when the with you. LORD shall bring thee into the laud g 20 9 And they took Hreir jourof the Canaanites, as he sware anto ney from Succoth, and encapped in thee and to thy fathers, and shall | Etam, in the edge of the wilderness. give it thee, mi,

m 21 And the LORD went before 12 That thou shalt set apart anto them by day in a pillar of a cloud, the LORD all that opened the ma. to lead them the way; and by night trix; and every firstling that com- ra phr of fire, to give them light seth of a beast winch-uitbou hast, the to go by day aod night. males shall be the LORD'S!

12 in took not away the pillar **t3 And every firstling of an ass of the cloud by day, nor the pillar of thou shalt redeom with a lamb; and fire by nigbi, from before the peoif thou wilt not redeem it, then thou ple. shalt break his neck : and all the

CHAP. XIV. first bubre oferam among thy children A Pilise spake unto Moshalt thou redeem.

, saying, 14 & And it shall be when thy , 2 Speak unto the children of Isson asketh thee in time to come, say- rael, that they turn and encamp besing. What is this that thou shalt fore Pi-lahiroth, between Migdol say unto him, By strength of hand and the sea, over against Baal-zethe LORD brought us out from plop: before it shall ye eneamp by Egypt, from the house of bondage : the sea.

15 And it came to pass, when 3 For Pharaoh will say of the Pharaoh would hardly let us go, children of Israel, They are entonsabat the LORD slew all the first-born gled in the land, the wilderness hath in the land of Egypt, both the first- shut them int. born of man, and the first-born of r 4 And I will harden Pharaoh's beastss therefore Isacritice to the heart, that he shall follow after them; LORD all that openeth the matrix, and I will be honoured upon Phara

being males; but all the first-boru oh, and upon all his host; that the of my children I redeem... Egyptians may know that I am the

16 And it shall be for a token up- LORD. And they did so. on thy hand, and for frontlets be- f 5 & And it was told the king of etween thine eyes: for by strength of Egypt that the people fled: and the hand the Lord brought us forth out heart of Pharaoh and of his servants of Egypt.

was turned against the people, and 17.1 And it came to pass, when they said, Why have we done this, Pharaoh had let the people go, that that we have let Israel go from servGod led them not through the way ing us? of the land of the Philistines, al- 6 And he made ready his chariot, though that was near; for God said, and 100! his people with him : Lest peradventure the people repent 17 And he took six hundred cho. when they see war, and they return son chariots, and all the chariots of to Egypt:

Egypt, and captains over everyone 18 But God led the people about, efthem. through the way of the wilderness ( 8 Ani the Lord hardened the in the Red sea : and the children of heart of Pharaoh king of Egyra, Israel went up harnessed out of the and he pursuer after the children o? land of Egypt.

Isracl: and the children of Israel ***19 And Moses took the bones of went out with a high hand. Joseph with him for he had straitly!g 9 But the Egyptians pursued afsworn the children of Israel, saying, ter them all the horses and charious of Pharaoh, and his horsemen, and the pillar of the cloud went from behis army) and overtook them en-fore their face, and stood behind camping by the sea, beside Pi-hahi-them : roth, before Baal-zephon.

m 20 And it came between the s 10 And when Pharaoh drew camp of the Egyptians and the camp nigh, the children of Israel lifted of Israel; and it was a cloud and up their eyes, and behold, the Egyp- darkness to them, but it gave light tians marched after them; and they by night to these : so that the one were sore afraid: and the children came not near the other all the night. of Israel cried out unto the LORD. m 21 And Moses stretched out his c 11 And they said unto Moses, hand over the sea; and the LORD Because there were no graves in caused the sea to go back by a strong Egypt, hast thou taken us away to east wind all that night, and made die in the wilderness? Wherefore the sea dry land, and the waters hast thou dealt thus with us, to carry were divided. us forth out of Egypt ?

22 And the children of Israel c 12 Is not this the word that we went into the midst of the sea upon did tell thee in Egypt, saying, Let the dry ground : and the waiers us alone, that we may serve the were a wall unto them on their right Egyptians ? For it had been better hand, and on their left. for us to serve the Egyptians, than | 23 | And the Egyptians pursued, that we should die in the wilderness and went in after them, to the midst r 13 | And Moses said unto the of the sea, even all Pharaoh's horses, people, Fear ye not, stand still, and his chariots, and his horsemen. see the salvation of the Lord, which 1 2 And it came to pass that in the he will shew to you to-day: for the morning-watch the LORD looked Egyptians whom ye have seen to- unto the host of the Egyptians day, ye shall see them again no through the pillar of fire and of the more for ever.

cloud, and troubled the host of the 14 The Lord shall fight for you, Egyptians, and ye shall hold your peace.

25 And took off their chariot, d 15 | And the LORD said unto wheels, that they drave them heaMoses, Wherefore criest thou unto vily: so that the Egyptians said, Let me? Speak unto the children of Is- us flee from the face of Israel: for rael, that they go forward:

the LORD fighteth for them against 16 But lift thou up thy rod, and the Egyptians. stretch out thy hand over the sea, 26 Y And the LORD said unto and divide iti and the children of Moses, Stretch out thy hand over Israel shall go on dry ground the sea, that the waters may come through the midst of the sea. again upon the Egyptians, upon

17 And I, behold, I will harden their chariots, and upon their horsethe hearts of the Egyptians, and men. they shall follow them: and I will m 27 And Moses stretched forth his get me honour upon Pharaoh, and handover the sea, and the sea returnupon all his host, upon his chariots, ed to his strength when the morning and upon his horsemen.

appeared; and the Egyptians fled 18'? And the Egyptians shall against it; and the LORD overthrew know that I am the LORD, when I the Egyptians in the midst of the sea. have gotten me honour upon Phara- 28 And the waters returned, and oh, upon his chariots, and upon his covered the chariots, and the horsehorsemen.

men, and all the host of Pharaoh ( 19 | And the angel of God which that came into the sea after them: went before the camp of Israel, re- there remained not so much as one moved, and went behind them ; and' of them.

29 But the children of Israel walk-the sea covered them : they sank as ed upon dry land in the midst of the lead in the mighty waters. sea; and the waters were a wall un- t 11 Who is like unto thee, O LORD, to them on their right hand, and on among the gods ? who is like thee, their left.

glorious in holiness, fearful in prais30 Thus the LORD saved Israel es, doing wonders ? that day out of the hand of the Egyp- 12 Thou streichedst out thy right tians : and Israel saw the Egyptians hand, the earth swallowed them. dead upon the sea-shore.

t 13 Thou in thy mercy hast le c 31 And Israel saw that great forth the people which thou hast rework which the LORD did upon the deemed : 'thou hast guided them in Egyptians: and the people feared thy strength unto thy holy habitathe LORD, and believed the LORD, tion. and his servant Moses.

r 14 The people shall bear, and be CHAP. XV.

afraid : sorrow shall take hold on < THEN sang Moses and the the inhabitants of Palestina.

children of Israel this song 15 Then the dukes of Edom shall unto the LORD, and spake, saying, 1 be amazed; the mighty men of Mowill sing unto the LORD, for he hath ab, trembling shall take hold upon triumphed gloriously; the horse and them; all the inhabitants of Canaan his rider hath he thrown into the sea. shall melt away. e 2 The Lord is my strength and

16 Fear and dread shall fall upon song, and he is become my salva- them; by the greatness of thine arm tion: he is my God, and I will pre- they shall be is still as a stone ; till pare him a habitation; my father's thy people pass over, O Lord, till God, and I will exalt him. the people pass over, which ihou

3 The LORD is a man of war : hast purchased. the LORD is his name.

b 17 Thou shalt bring them in, and 4 Pharaoh's chariots and his host plant them in the mountain of thine bath he cast into the sea : bis cho- inheritance, in the place, O LORD, sen captains also are drowned in the which thou hast made for thee to Red sea.

dwellin; in the sanctuary, O Lord, 5 The depths have covered them which thy hands have established. they sank into the bottom as a stone. t 18 The LORD shall reigu for ever

6 Thy right hand, O LORD, is be- and ever. come glorious in power : thy right 19 For the horse of Pharaoh went hand, LORD, hath dashed in pie-in with his chariots and with his ces the enemy.

horsemen into the sea, and the LORD 7 And in the greatness of thine brought again the waters of the sca excellency thou hast overthrown upon them: but the children of Isthem that rose up against thee: thou rael went on dry land in the midst of sentest forth thy wrath, which con- the sea. sumed them as stubble.

o 20 And Miriam the prophetess, 6 And with the blast of thy nostrils the sister of Aaron, took a timbrel the waters were gathered iogether, in her hand; and all the women the floods stood upright as a heap, went out after her, with timbrels, and the depths were congealed in and with dances. the heart of the sea.

21 And Miriam answered them, 9 The enemy said, I will pursue, Sing ve to the Lord, for he hath I will overtake, I will divide the triumphed gloriously: the horse and spoil: my hust shall be satisfied upon his rider hath he ihrown into the them; I will draw my sword, iny sea. band shall destroy them.

g 22 So Moses brought Israel from * 10 Thou didst blow with thy wind, the Red sea, and they went out into

the wilderness of Shur; and they | Moss, Behold, I will rain bread went threc days in the wilderness, from heaven for you; and the pen. and found no water.

ple shall go out and gather a certain & 23 | And when they came 10 rate every day, that I may prove Marah, they could not drink of the them, whether they will walk in my waters of Marah; for they were bil-law, or no. ter: therefore the name of it was • 5 And it shall come to pass, that called Marah.

on the sixth day they shall prepare € 24. And the people murmured that which they bring in; and it against Moses, saying, What shall shall be twice as much as they gawe drink?

ther daily. m 25 And he cried unto the Lord;17 6 And Moses and Aaron said unand the LORD shewed him a trce, to all the children of Israel. At even, which when he had cast into the wa-then ye shall know that the LORD ters, the waters were made sweet: hath brought you out from the land there he made for them a seatute of Egypt: and an ordinance, and there he 7 And in the morning, then ye proved them,

shall see the glory of the LORD : d 26 And said, If thou wilt diligent- for that he heareth your murmur ly hearken to the voice of the LORD ings against the Lord: And what thy Goil, and will do that which is are we, that ye murmur against us? right in his sight, and wilt give car t 3 And Moses said?, This shall lie to his commandments, and keep all when the LORD shall give you in his stalutes, I will put none of these the evening flesh to cat, and in the discases upon thee, which I have morning bread to the full; for that brought upon the Egyptians, for I the Lord heareth your murmurings am the Lord that healeth ther. which ye murinur against him : And & 27 [ And they came to Elim, what are we? your murmurings are where were twelve wells of water, not against us, but against the LORI). and threcscore and ten palın-trees : 9 | And Mosesspake unto Aaron, and they encamped there by the wa- Say unto all the congregation of the

children of Israel, Come near beCUAP. XVI.

fore the LORD: for he hath heard ND they took their journey your murmarings.

from Elim, and all ihe con- 12 10 And it caine to pass, as Aaron gregation of the children of Israel spake unto the whole congregation came to the wilderness of Sin, of the children of Israel, that they which is between Eliin and Sinai, looked toward the wilderness, and on the fifteenth day of the second behold, the glory of the Lord apmonth after their departing out of peared in the cloud. the land of Egypt.

11 | And the LORD spake unto p 2 Am the whole congregation of Moses, saying, the chilren of Israel murmurerie 12 I have heard the murmurings against Moscs and Aaron in the will of the children of Israel; speak unto derness :

them, saying, At even ye shall eat c 3 And the children of Israel said tlesh, and in the moming ye shall be unto them, Would to God we had filled with brend: and ye shall know died by the hand of the LORD in the that I am the LORD your God. fand of Egypt, when we sal hy the m 13 And it came to pass, that at flesh-pots, and when we did eat even the quails came up, and cobreadw the full: for ye have brought vered the camp; and in the morning uis forth into this wilderness to kill the dew lay round about the host. this whole assemily with hung r. m 14 And when the dew that lay 14 ! Then said the Lord unto vus goce up, behold, upon the face


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