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THE INTERLINEAR BIBLE 

THE AUTHORISED VERSION 

AND 

THE REVISED VERSION 



TOGETHER WITH THE MARGINAL NOTES OF BOTH VERSIONS 
AND CENTRAL REFERENCES 



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^__ , THE INTERLINEAR BIBLK 

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br this edition the latge type represents the agreement of the Bevised and 
Anthoriaed Versions. When the two Versions differ, the renderings of both are 
printed in small type; those of the Revised Version in the upper fine, and those 
of the Authorised Version in the lower lina A blank in the upper or lower line 
indicates the absence of an^ oorre^onding words in the Revisea Version or the 
Authorised Version respectively. Thus the large type read in ooniunction with 
tlie upper line of small type gives the continuous text of the Revisea Version, and 
read in conjunction with the lower line of small type it gives the continuous text 
of the Authorised Version. 

Where the variations could not conveniently be indicated by the use of upper 
and lower lines, they have been pointed out by other means, such as the insertion 
of the words "[R.V. only". 

With the exceptions specified below, all the variations have been exhibited, 
including those of spelling and punctuation. In the case of variations of punctua- 
tion, the word preceding the stop has been twice printed for the sake of clearness 
evoi when it is identical in tne two Versions: thus in Luke i. 3 the upper 
line " Theophilus ; " shews the punctuation of the Bevised Version, the lower 
line "Theophilus," that of the Authorised Version. 

The variations which have not been exhibited are as follows : 

(1) Variatioru of arrangement. The division of the text into paracraphs 
adapted in the B.V. has been followed, with the consequent changes in the use 
of capitals at the beginning of verses, and the omission of the paragraph marks (IT) 
of the A.V. 

In the poetical books and passages the arrangement of the R.V. in lines, to 
exhibit the parallelism which is characteristic of Hebrew poetry, has been followed, 
with similar consequent changes. 

The spaces by which a change of subject is indicated in the RV. also appear 
without notice. 

(2) Matter vAteh form* no part of the text. The headings of the chapters 
and the headlines of the pages wnich appear in the A.V. are not given in this 
edition. 

(3) The lue of italic*. When the only difference between the two Versions 
consists in the use of italic or roman type, the Revised Version has been followed. 
To have recorded every variation of this kind would have been to produce an 
entirely false impression as to the amount of difference between the two Versions. 
The italics of modem editions of the A.V. are largely due to later editors and 
not to the translators of 1611 ; nor is the use of them by any means consistent. 
The principle which guided the Revisers was, as may be gathered from their 
Vrefoces, to print in ordinary type all words which are plainly implied in the 
original language and are necessary in English, and to reserve the use of italics 
for words which do not appear to be distinctly involved in the original 

The central references are those of the edition of the RV. with references 
published bv the University IVesses in 1898. For all explanations the reader is 
referred to tne Preface prefixed to that edition, which is reprinted at the beginning 
of this book (y. vii). 

The mat^ginal notes of the Revised Version, which form an important part of 
the Revisers' work, and should by no means be neglected, appear at the foot of 
the pages with figures prefixed : those of the Authorised Version are placed below 
them, marked by the signs *, t, etc. 



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PREFACE TO THE EDITION WITH MARGINAL 
REFERENCES. 



The Companies appointed for the Bevision of the Old and New Testaments had 
the question of marginal references under consideration at an early period in the 
course of their work. They submitted it to two small Committees, one from each 
Company, who were requested to confer and report to the Companies. The Com- 
mittee of the Old Testament Company were of opinion that, imtil it was known 
whether the Revised Version would be accepted, it would be premature to furnish it 
with marginal references, and no further steps were taken by them. The Committee 
of the New Testament Company, however, the active members of which were 
Dr. Scrivener and Dr. Moulton, compiled a very elaborate body of marginal references 
for the New Testament, which were printed for the use of the Company, but for 
which the Committee alone were responsible. 

In preparing these references the Committee were allowed by the Syndics of the 
Cambridge University Press to make use of the references in the Paragraph Bible 
edited for them by Dr. Scrivener in 1873. The references so prepared were submitted 
to Uie Company, who expressed a genertd approval of them, but resolved to issue the 
B e v iao d Version of the New Testament in the first instance without any marginal 
refoenoes, except such as had already been inserted by them. At the same time they 
conveyed to the University Presses of Oxford and Cambridge their earnest wish 
that, in consideration of the labour care and thought bestowed upon these references, 
a place might be found for them in their integrity in some editions of the Bevised 
Version. It was therefore agreed by the University Presses to print cne edition at 
least of the Bevised Version of the New Testament with the mai^ginal references 
prepared by the Committee of the New Testament Company of Revisers. After 
the death of Dr. Scrivener the task of final revision and verification remained in 
Dr. Moulton's hands, but owing to unforeseen delays it had not been completed at 
the time of his death in February, 1898. 

In 1895 the University Presses undertook to meet the increasing demand, both 
at home and in America, for an edition of the complete Bevised Version with marginal 
references. A Committee was appointed to superintend the work, consisting of the 

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PREFACE TO THE EDITION 



Rev. Dr. Price, Master of Pembroke College, Oxford ; the Ven. Dr. Palmer, Archdeacon, 
of Oxford ; Dr. W. Aldis Wright, Vice-Master of Trinitj College, Cambridge ; and the 
Rev. Dr. Kirkpatrick, R^us Professor of Hebrew in the University of Cambridge. 
On Archdeacon Palmer's death in October 1896, the Rev. Dr. Inoe, Regius Professor 
of Divinity in the University of Oxford, succeeded to his place on the Committee. 

The general editorship was entrusted to the Rev. Dr. Stokoe of Lincoln College, 
Oxford, and the following scholars were appointed to assist him in preparing the 
references for the Old Testament and Apociypha ; the Rev. Dr. Barnes, Fellow of 
Peterhouse, Cambridge ; the Rev. A W. Greenup, St John's Collie, Cambridge ; 
the Rev. E. R. Massey, Exeter College, Oxford ; and the Rev. J. "W. Nutt, late 
Fellow of All Souls' College, Oxford. In regard to the New Testament references 
Dr. Stokoe was instructed to confer with Dr. Moulton, who undertook to adapt for 
this edition the fuller body of references upon which he had been engaged. Since 
Dr. Moulton's death, this part of the work has been completed, under the Editor's 
supervision, by the Rev. J. H. Moulton, late Fellow of King's College, Cambridge, 
and the Rev. A W. Qreenup, both of whom had already been assisting Dr. Moulton. 

The marginal references given in the original edition of the Authorised Version 
of 1611 have been retained as far as possible, and the Contributors have availed 
themselves largely of the references in Dr. Scrivener's Paragraph Bible, which they 
were instructed to make the basis of their work. 

The references given may be arranged under the following heads i — 

1. Quotations, or exact verbal parallels. 

2. Passages referred to for similarity of idea or of expression. 

3. Passages referred to by way of explanation or illustration. 

4 Historical and Ceographical references: — names of persons, places, etc., 

which recur. 
5. Passages referred to as illustrating differences of rendering between the 

Authorised and Revised Versions. 

The following modes of indication have been used : — 

1. A simple index letter is employed, when there is an exact or close parallel 

between the passages. 

2. " Cited ", or " Cited from ", is prefixed to cases of actual quotation. 

3. " Cp." (compare) is prefixed to references, when the parallel is less exact. 

4. "See" is prefixed: — 

(a) When reference is made to a parallel passage, on which a body of 

references has been collected : 
(6) In referring to longer passages, parallel or explclnatory. When one 

longer passage is given as a parallel to another of similar length, the 

mode of indication is " For &c., see Aa". 

5. "a/." (= alibi, elsewhere) is added to indicate that all the parallel passages 

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WITH MARGINAL REFERENCES. 



& "(?)" is placed after a reference, when its appropriateness is doubtful. 
7. "(mg.)", "(& mg.)", "(for mg.)", "(mg. for mg.)" are used when references 
relate solely or partly to the Revisers' marginal renderinga 

When several references are given, \nth different modes of indication, they are 
armnged in this order : — 

1. References with simple index letter : 

2. „ which have "Cited "or "Cited fixnn 7 prefixed: 
3l „ which have " Cp." prefixed : 

4. „ which have " See " prefixed. 

When several references have the same mode of indication, they are arranged as 
follows: — 

1. References to other verses in the same Chapter : 

3. „ to other passages in the same Book : 

3. „ to passages in other Books, according to the order of these Books 

in the Bible. 

The Revisers' marginal renderings are transferred in this edition to the foot of 
the page, together with all other notes in the margin of the Revised Version, 
ezo^t: — 

(a) When simple references given by the Revisers have been incorporated 

in the new body of references : 
{b) When a marginal note refers to some different division or order in the 
original. 

In previous editions of the Revised Version the numbers of the verses were 
placed on the inner margin of each page. 



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HOLY BIBLE 



CONTAINING THE 



OLD AND NEW TESTAMENTS 



TRANSLATED OUT OF THE ORIGINAL TONGUES: 



lA.r. AKD WITH THE FORMEB TBANSLATIONS DILiaENTLY COMPABED AND 
BEVISED, BY HIS MAJESTY'S SPECIAL COMMAND. APPOINTED TO BE 
BEAD IN CHUBCHES.] 



AV.] BEING THE VBBSION SET FORTH A.D. IGll 

CX>MPARED WITH THE HOST ANCIENT AUTHOBITIES AND BEVISED. 



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PREFACE OF THE REVISERS OF THE OLD TESTAMENT. 



Thx Bevision of the Authorised Version was undertaken in ooDsequeaoe of a 
Baaoluticm passed by both houses of the Convocation of the Province of Canterbury, 
•s has been fully explained in the Ftefaoe to the Revised Version of the New 
Testament, which was first published in May 1881. When the two Companies were 
a^ipointed for canying out tois work, the following General Principles, among others, 
were kdd down by the Bevision Committee of Convocation for their guidance : — 

' 1. To introduce as few alterations as possible into the Text of the Authorised 
Version consistently with ftuthfulnesa' 

* 2. To limit, as far as possibly the expression of such alterations to the language 
of the Anth<nised and earher English Versions.' 

'4. That the Text to be adopted be that for which the evidence is decidedly 
preponderating; and that when tne Text so adopted difiers from that from whicu 
the Authorised Version was made, the alteration be indicated in the margin*.' 

'7. To revise the headings of chapters and pages, paragraphs, italica, and 
pancto&tion.' 

In order to shew the manner in which the Old Testament Company have en- 
deavoured to cany out their instructions, it will be convenient to treat the subjects 
mentioned in the foregoing rules in a somewhat different order. 

It will be observed tlutt in Rule 4 the word ' Text ' is used in a different sense 
from that in Rule 1, and in the case of the Old Testament denotes the Hebrew or 
Aramaic original of the several books. In this respect the task of the Revisers has 
been much simpler than that which the New Testament Company had before them. 
The Received, or, as it is commonly called, the Massoretic Text of the Old Testament 
Scriptures has come down to us in manuscripts which are of no very great antiquity, 
and which all belong to the same family or recension*. That other recensions were 
at one time in existence is probable from the variations in the Ancient Versions, the 
eldest of which, namely the Greek or Septuagint, was made, at least in part, some 
two oenturies before the Christian era. But as the state of knowledge on the 
aobject is not at present such as to justify any attempt at an entire reconstruction 
of the text on the authority of the Versions, the Revisers have thought it most 
prudent to adopt the Massoretic Text as the basis of their work, and to depart from 
It, as the Authorised Tnmslatora had done', only in exceptional cases. With regard 
to the variations in the Massoretic Text itself the Revisers have endeavoured to 
translate what appeared to them to be the best reading in the text, and where the 
alternative reading seemed sufficiently probable or important they have placed, it in 

* In tin preaent edition theaa marginal notes are transferred to the foot of each page. (See 
Preface to tlve edition with marginal references.) 

1 The earliest MS. of which the age is certainly known bears date a.d. 916. 
> See, for instance, 2 Sam. xvi 12; 2 Chr. liu 1, zxii. 6; Job xxxvii. 7; Ezek. xIvL 10; 
Am.T. 26; Hag. i.2. 

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the margin. In some few instances of extreme difficulty a reading has been adopted 
on the authority of the Ancient Versions, and the departure from the Massoretio 
Text recorded in the margin. In other cases, where the versiona appeared to supply 
a veiy probable though not so necessary a correction of the text, the text haa been 
left and the variation indicated in the margin only. 

In endeavouring to carry out as fully as possible the spirit of Rules 1 and 2, the 
Revisers have borne in mind that it was their duty not to make a new translation 
but to revise one already existing, which for more than two centuries and a half had 
held the position of an English classic. They have therefore departed from it only 
in cases where they disagreed with the Translators of 1611 as to the meaning or 
construction of a word or sentence; or where it was necessary for the sake of 
uniformity to render such parallel passages as were identical in Hebrew by the same 
English words, so that an English reader might know at once by comparison that 
a difference in the translation corresponded to a difference in the original ; or where 
the language of the Authorised Version was liable to be mistmderstood by reason of 
its being archaic or obscure ; or finally, where the rendering of an earher English 
version seemed preferable, or where by an apparently slight change it was possible 
to bring out more fully the meaning of a passage of which the translation was 
already substantially accurata 

It has been thought advisable in regard to the word 'Jehovah' to follow the 
usage of the Authorised Version, and not to insert it uniformly in place of ' Lord ' 
or ' GtoD ', which when printed in small capitals represent the words substituted by 
Jewish custom for the inefiable Name according to the vowel points by which it 
is distinguished. It will be found therefore that in this respect the Authorised 
Version has been departed from only in a few passages, in which the introduction of 
a proper name seemed to be required. 

Terms of natural history have been changed only where it was certain that the 
Authorised Version was incorrect and where there was sufficient evidence for the 
substituted rendering. In cases of doubt the alternative rendering has been given 
in the margin ; and even where no doubt existed, but where there was no familiar 
English equivalent for the original word, the Old Version has been allowed to 
remain', and the more accurate term has been placed in the margin. 

In some words of very frequent occurrence, the Authorised version being either 
inadequate or inconsistent, and sometimes misleading, changes have been introduced 
with as much uniformity as appeared practicable or desirabl& For instance, ' the 
tabernacle of the congr^ation'niu been everywhere changed to 'the tent of meeting', 
on account of Exodus xxv. 22, xxix. 42, 43, and also because 'the tabernacle of the 
congregation ' conveys an entirely wrong sense. The words ' tabernacle ' and ' tent ', 
as the renderings of two different Hebrew words, are in the Authorised Version 
frequently interchanged in such a manner as to lead to confiision ; and the Revisers 
have endeavoured throughout the Pentateuch to preserve a consistent distinction 
between them. Their practice in regard to the words 'assembly' and 'congregation' 
has been the same in principle, although they have contented themselves with 
introducing greater consistency of rendering without aiming at absolute uni- 
formity. In consequence of the changes which have taken place in the English 
language, the term ' meat offering' has become inappropriate to describe an offering 
of which flesh was no part ; and by the alteration to ' meal offering ' a sufficiently 
accurate representation of the original has been obtained with the least possible 
change of form. 

As regards the use of words, there are only a few oases in which it has been 
found ne«lfiil to deviate from the language employed in the Authorised Version. 
One of these deviations occurs so frequently that it may be well to state briefly why 
it was adopted. The word 'peoples' was nowhere used by King James's Translators 
in the Old Testament, and in the New Testament it occurs only twice (Rev. z. 11, 
xvii. 16). The effect of this was to leave the rendering of numerous passages 

i As for inatance, ' cone^ ' (Ler. xi. 5), ' fitches ' (Is. xxviU. 26, 27), ' gonrd ' (Jon. iv. 6). 

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inadequate or obscure or even positively misleading. Thus in one of the best known 
I^afans ^Pb. bcvii.), where the Septuagint has Xooi and the Vulgate populi, the 
English nad ' Let the people praise thee, O Qod ; let all the people praise thee ' ; 
leaving it at least doubtful whether the 'nations' of verse 4, or God's people, Israel, 
be referred to. And in Isaiah Iv. 4, ' Behold, I have given him for a witness to the 
pecple, a leader and commander to the people', the word 'people' is naturally 
understood by the English reader to refer to Israel. 

Again, the Hebrew word goyim 'nations', which is applied to the nations of 
Canaan dispossessed by the Hebrews, and then also to the surrounding nations 
among whom the people of Israel were afterwards dispersed, acquired in later times 
a moral significance, which is represented in the Authorised Version by the ren- 
dering ' heathen ' or ' Qeutiles '. While recognizing this moral sense of the word, the 
Berisers have employed it much more sparingly than their predecessors had done. 

Similarly, the Hebrew SheSL, which signifies the abode of departed spiiite, and 
eorresponds to the Greek Hades, or the under world, is variouslv rendered in the 
Avthoiiaed Version by 'grave', 'pit', and 'heU'. Of these renderings 'hell', if it 
ooald be taken in its original sense as used in the Creeds, would be a fairly adequate 
equivalent for the Hebrew word ; but it is so commonly understood of the place of 
t(»ment that to employ it frequently would lead to mevitable misunderstanding. 
The Revisers therefore in the historical narratives have left the rendering 'the 
grave ' or ' the pit ' in the text, with a marginal note ' Heb. Shed ' to indicate that it 
does not signify 'the place of burial'; while in the poetical writings they have put 
most commonly ' Sheol ' in the text and ' the grave ' in the margin. In Isaiah xiv. 
however, where 'hell' is used in more of its original sense and is less liable to 
be nusonderstood, and where any change in so familiar a passage which was not 
distinctly an improvement would be a decided loss, the Revisers have contented 
tfaemaelves wiUi leaving ' hell' in the text, and have connected it with other passages 
l^ patting ' Sheol ' in the margin. 

In connexion with this it may be mentioned thaf 'Abaddon', which has hitherto 
been known to the English reader of the Bible only from the New Testament 
(Rev. it 11), has been mtroduced in three passages (Job ixvi 6; Prov. xv. 11, 
xxvii 20), where a proper name appears to be required for giving vividness and point. 

The Hebrew word Athtrah, which is uniformly and wrongly rendered ' grove ' in 
the Authorised Version, most probably denotes the wooden symbol of a goddess; 
aiKl the Revisers therefore have not nesitated to introduce it as a proper name 
in the wingiilar (Judg. vi. 25, &c.), with the plurals Asherim (Ex. xxxiv. 13, &c) and 
Asheroth (Judg. iii 7, &&), following the analogv of the Baalim (Judg. iii. 7) and the 
Aafataioth (Judg. iL 13), which are already familiar. 

In r^iard to the language of the Authorised Version, the Revisers have thought 
it no part of their duty to reduce it to conformity with modem usage, and have 
ther efo re left untouched all archaisms, whether of lauguage or construction, which 
though not in familiar use cause a reader no embarrassment and lead to no mis- 
uodentanding. They are aware that in so doing they will disappoint the large 
Eof^Ush-speaking race on the other side of the Atlantic, and it is a question upon 
which they are prepared to agree to a friendly difierence of opinion. The principle 
fay which they have been guided has been clear and consistent. Where an archaic 
word or expression was liable to be misunderstood or at least was not perfectly 
intelligible, they have substituted for it another, in equally good use at the time 
the Authonsed Version was made, and expressing all that the archaism was intended 
to convey, but more familiar to the modem reeider. In such cases the gain was 
greats- than the loss. But in other instances where the word or expression, although 
obscdete, was not unintelligible it was thought that the change would involve 
greater loss than gain, and the old rendering was therefore allowed to stand. More 
aspeciaUy was this the case when the archaism was a perfectly correct rendering of 
the original and there was no exact modem equivalent for it. The principle adopted 
bjr the Company will be best illustrated by two typical examples. The verb ' to ear' 
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PREFACE OF THE REVISERS OF THE OLD TESTAMENT. 

through the Pentateuch, before they secured the co-operation of the American Old 
Testament Revision Company. The first Revision of the several books was sub- 
mitted to the consideration of the American Revisers, and, except in the case of the 
Pentateuch, the English Company had the benefit of their criticisms and suggestions 
before they proceeded to the second Revision. The second Revision was in like 
manner forwarded to America, and the latest thoughts of the American Revisers 
were in the hands of the English Company at their final review. In every instance 
the su^estiuns from America were treated with the same consideration as those 
proceeding from members of the English Company, and were adopted or rejected on 
their merita It was a part of the terms of agreement with the American Company 
that all points of xiltimate difierence between them and the English Revisers should 
be placed on record, and they will accordingly be found fully stated at the end 
of the Old Testament, or at the end of the several portions, according as the Revised 
Version appears in one or more volumes. Many of them will be found to be 
changes of language which are involved in the essentially difierent circumstances 
of American and English readers ; others express a preference for the marginal 
rendering over that given in the text; others again involve a real difierence of 
opinion ; but all shew that they have been dictated by the same leading principle, 
the sincere desire to give to modem readers a faithful representation of the meaning 
of the original documents. 

It could not but be expected that in the course of fourteen years many changes 
would take place in the members of the Company. Of the original number who 
first put their hands to the work on the 30th of June 1870, only fifteen now remain. 
Ten of the Company have been removed by death, and two resigned : the places of 
these were filled from time to time by others; but since October 1875 no new 
members have been added. The Revision was completed in eighty-five sessions, 
ending on 20th June, 1884; and it occupied 792 days. The greater part of the 
sessions were for ten days each, and each day the Company generally sat for six 
hours. The labour therefore has been great, out it has oeen given ungrudgingly; 
and now with a feeling of deep thankfulness to Almighty Gkxl, and the earnest hope 
that their endeavours may with His blessing tend to a clearer knowledge of the 
Old Testament Scriptures, the Revisers bring their long task to a close. 

jBBDSAUtM ChaKBEB, WEgTHIXBIES AbBST, 

10 July, 1884. 



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THE NAMES AND ORDER 



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BOOKS OF THE OLD TESTAMENT. 



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Qkxebsb 1 

Exodus 71 

LsvmcuB 130 

KunBSBS 173 

Dedtkbomoxt 233 

JOSHDA 28S 

JxjDota 319 

BuTH 354 

L Saxukl 869 

n. Samukl 40S 

L KraoB 443 

n. KiBOB 487 

L CBBomcLEs 530 

IL Cbbohici.b£ 569 

EZKA C17 

Kbhbiuah 631 

EsTBSB 651 

Job 662 

Trs Psalms 708 

Thx Pbotebbs 832 



Past 

ECCLESUSTEB 862 

Tbk Sono or SoNQS [or Solouom] . 872 

ISAIAB 879 

Jbbehiar 948 

Lauxntations 1026 

EzBXiiii, 1085 

Daioel 1106 

HosEA 1128 

JOKL 1138 

Amos 1142 

Obaoiah 1150 

JONAB 1151 

MicAH 1154 

Nahtm 1160 

Habakkuk 1162 

ZEPBAiOAn 1166 

Haooai 1169 

Zbcbabiah 1171 

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BOOKS OF THE NEW TESTAMENT. 



Page 

S. Matthhw 1 

S. Mabk 46 

S. Lues 73 

8. John 120 

Ths Acts 156 

To THE BOKANS 200 

I. COBIKTBIANS 218 

U. COEtDITBIAIIg 886 

To THE Oalatians 247 

To TBI Ephesians 268 

To TBB Philiffians 269 

To THE COLOBSUNS 268 

I. THB88AL0NIAM8 267 

II. Tbxssalonians 271 



Pac 

I. TlHOTHY 278 

XL TiMOTHT 278 

To Tmjs 281 

To Prilikon 283 

To THE Hebbbws 284 

Jauxs 298 

I. Petes 303 

n. Peteb 308 

I. John 311 

n. John 316 

m. John 316 

JUDE 817 

REVBi:.ATtoti 319 






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THE FIRST BOOK OP MOSES, 

[B.V.] COMMONLY CALLED 
[A. v.] CALLED 

GENESIS. 



* Ik the "b^inning Qod 
X created the heaven and the 
earth. ^ And the earth was 
wittoSftonn. and void; and dark- 
ness was upon the face of the 
^ 5S^ the gJS\ of God 'moved 
upon the &ce of the waters. 
®And God said, ''Let there be 
light : and there was light ^ And 
God saw the light, tlwit it was 
eood: and Gml divided *the 
Ught from the darkness. °And 
God called the light Day, and 
tiiie darkness he called Night 



tbeie 1 



♦And "-S,~ evening and g?™^. 

morniiia: me Aav 

"And God said, 'Let there be 
a '^firmament in the midst of 
the waters, and let it divide the 
waters from the waters. 'And 
God made the firmament, and 
^divided the waters which were 
under the firmament from the 
waters which were 'above the 
firmament: and it was so. °And 
God called the firmament Hea- 
ven. And "^'~ evening and 

there WM mornlnc.' > fuvytriH dnv 
tbe morning were the BtJCOUU uay. 

» And God said, *Let the 
-waters under the heaven be 
gathered together unto one 
place, and let the dry land ap- 

*" And 



pear: and it was so. 



ajobss. 

*-r 

FI.SS.S 
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ii*B.a. 
John 1. 1— 1 
ActaKLU 
t 17.94. 
OoL 1. 16, 17. 
Heb. I.aa 
t II.& 
BaT.4.1L 
b Jer. 4. 33. 

«F>. I04.M. 

diCar.*.e. 



< Job 37. U. 
F>. 138.1. 
Joi. la 19 
tSI. u. 
3 Eld. & 41. 



/Jer. la 2. 
Eiak.33.T,8. 
Joel 2. 30, 31 

M.-"- 74. »L 
Luke 21. 3e. 
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»7— 3»l 

< Pi. 148.4. 

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tJobSa. 
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Fl.3a7 
i 138.6. 
Jer. 5.99. 
3Fet.as, 



I Jet. 81. 3S. 
3EML&4I. 



God called the dry land Earth; 
and the gathering together of 
the waters called ne Seas : and 
God saw that it was good. "And 
God said, "Let the earth ^^ 
forth 'grass, the herb yiel<Ung 
seed, and the ffuit tree rtSSJiiSI fruit 

aft-Ar ite Irinfl wherein l6 the eeeotberaot, 
alter u, lunO, whooe>eedi»lnlt«olf, 

upon the earth : and it was so. 
'2 And the earth brought forth 
gi'^^ and herb yieldmg seed 
after Uf. kind, and the tree *^,5in| 

A_iif wherein la the seed thereof, afta-r i** 
?»Ulp» whoee«eeSr«><MlnltseU, aner Jii, 



kind: 
good 



and God saw that it was 
evening and 



«And*''''JS- 
fc^n?'55S}?\i,'e third day. 

■** And God said, Let there be 
lights in the firmament of the 
heaven to divide "the day from 
the night ; and let them be for 
•'signs, and for "seasons, and for 
^^l and years: ^° and let them 
be for lights in the firmament of 
the heaven to give light upon 
the earth : and it was so. ^" And 
God ■'made """ two great lights ; 
the greater light **to rule the 
day, and the lesser light to rule 
the night: he made the stars 
also. " And God set them in 
the firmament of the heaven to 
give light upon the earth, ''" and 
to 'rule over the day and over 



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I UeU bitwMit Ml day and Mk>mj» M« N^ffAt 



, I Heb. 

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GENESIS 



[Chap. 2, v. 



the night, and to divide the light 
from me darkness : and God saw 
that it was good. i» And "'"S~ 
evening and STm^Sng^illSiS^-ai 
fourth day. 

20 And God said, Let the wa- 
ters 'bring forth abundantly the 
'moving creature that hath tlife, 
and tfowf'«ASr'n»y fly above the 
earth "in the 'open firmament 
of heaven. ^ And *God created 
**"■ great '*-^^ and every liv- 
ing creature that moveth, which 
the waters brought forth abund- 
antly, after their ^^^ and every 
winged fowl after H^ kind: and 
€k>d saw that it was good. '"And 
God blessed them, saying, 'Be 
fioiitfu], and multiply, and fill 
the waters in the seas, and let 
fowl multiply in the earth. '^^ And 

than wu ovonincr anA there wu morning, 
the evemng ana u,, morning were 

tJe fifth day. 

^ And God said, Let the earth 
bring forth the living creature 
after {Jf, kind, cattle, and creep- 
ing thing, and beast of the earth 
after i,^ kind: and it was so. 
^ And God made the beast of 
the earth after {j& kind, and "" 
cattle after their land, and every 
thing that creepeth upon the 
^Sth aJfter {{g, kind : and God saw 
that it was good. ^^ And God 
said, 'Let us make man in our 
image, '^after our likeness: and 
*let them have dominion over 
the fish of the sea, and over the 
fowl of the air, and over the 
cattle, and over all the earth, 
and over every creeping thing 
that creepeth upon the earth. 
" ^ God created man in his 
own image, in the image of God 
created ne him; "male and fe- 
male created he them. ^ And 
God blessed te; and God said 



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oh. & 17 

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7. 2Sl 

Eccliu.sa UL 
lTim.4.4. 



vDent.4.1A, 
FS.S3.S. 

kEx.2a 
8—11 
* 31. 17. 

1>— 14. 
Bsl>.4.4. 



i oh. 3. 22 
4k 1 1. 7. 
Itaia 8. 

J cIl a. I 

t 9. 6. 

\7iBdom 2. 3S, 
Ecolui. r7. >. 
I Cor. 1 1. 7. 
Eph. 4. 24. 

Ooi. a 10. 

James 3. 9. 
It cll. 9. i 

P>. 8. 6-8. 

Junes 3. 7. 
Isb. I. L 
mCp.cli. I. 

I1,UL 



Itch. a. 18, 
2i-a 

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Hatk IS. 4. 

Mark lal. 

och. 3.33. 



imto them, "Be fruitful, an 
multiply, and replenish the eartl 
and sulxlue |t; and have dominio 
over the fish of the sea, and ove 
the fowl of the air, and over ever 
living thing that "'moveth upoi 
the earth. ^9 And God said. Be 
hold, I have given you ever; 
herb iS^& seM, which is upoi 
the fece m all the earth, anc 
every tree, in the which is th< 
fruit of a tree yielding seed ; *tc 
you it shaU be for SSl= ^° SS^ 
"to every beast of the earth, and 
to eveiT fowl of the air, and to 
every ming that creepeth upon 
the earth, wherein there is *'*life, 
/ have given every green herb 
for meat : and it was so. ^ •'And 
God saw every thing that he 
had made, and, behold, it was 
veiT good. And "^e™* evening 
and '^THSSiS^wi^ the sixth 
day. 

' 4^ the h'Sr;^ andtheearth 
2 were finished, and 'all the 
host of them. ^ And *on 
the seventh day God "^SS* his 
work which he had made; and 
he rested on the seventh day 
from all his work which he had 
made. ^ And God blessed the 
seventh d&j, and ilSSSSd it: be- 
cause that m it he had rested from 
all his work which God "^ "cre- 
ated and made. 

* 'These are the generations 
of the h'"™, and of the earth 
when they were created, in the 
day that °the Lord God made 
th, earth and thi'SSSS^ ^ And ^ 
"plant of the field ^^?^^ 
in the earth, and erary herb of the 
field '»gJS.?t'S?w"'': for the Lord 
God had not caused it to rain 
upon the earth, and there was 
not a man "to till the fSSSl' 



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GENESIS 



[Chap. 3, v. 3 



^ ^t 'there went up a mist 
from ihe earth, and watered tiie 
whole £ace of the ground. ^ And 
tiie Lord God formed man *of 
the 'dust of the ground, and 
'breathed into his 'nostrils the 
Iveath of life; and 'man became 
a living souL ° And the Lord 
God pmnted a ^garden ^!£tl^ 
in Eden ; and there he put the 
man whom he had formed. ^And 
out of tihe ground made the Lord 
God to grow every tree that is 
pleasant to the sight, and good 
hyr food; 'the tree of life also 
in the midst of the garden, ^and 
the tree of "" knowledge of good 
and eviL '° And a river went 
out of Eden to water the garden ; 
and from thence it was parted, 
and became Into four heada ^The 

name of the first is '^£S°: that is 
it which compasseth the whole 
land of "Havuah, where there is 
^Id; ^ and the gold of that land 
IS good: there is bdellium and 
the 'onyx stone. ^® And the name 
of the second river is ^Gihon : the 
same is it that compasseth the 



whole land of tetS^ ^ And 
the name of the tlurd river is 
^'Hiddekel: that is it which 
goetJi tu„^'35'e«t of Assyria. 
And the fourth river is Eu- 
phrates. ^And the Lord God 
took 'the man, 'and put him into 
the garden of Eden to dress it 
and to keep it. ^ And the Lord 
God commanded the man, sajing, 
Of every tree of the garden **thou 
mayest freelv eat : " but of the 
tree of the knowledge of good 
and evil, "thou shalt not eat of 
it : for in the day that thou eatest 
thereof **thou *shalt surely die. 
* And the Lord God sud, It 
is not good tiiat the man should 



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n. 103. 14. 
Bclcii. 12. 7. 
1 l'»r, IS. «. 

a ch. 7. 22. 
Job 33. 4. 
Inl.2. 22. 

e Job 27. 3. 

/rs.B.i. 

gCltol 
1 Cor. IS. 4B. 

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alCor. II. a. 
p Eedu, 

24. n. 

HuEt. 10. r> 

i Mark 10. 7 
»l(or. 6. 18 
* El.ll. 5. 31. 
Op. P". 45. 10 
k 1 Cor. T. 
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(tor mg.t. 

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11,17. 



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» oh. 2. 17. 



be alone; 'I will make him an 
help *»meet for him. ^° *And 
out of the ground the LORD God 
formed every beast of the field, 
and every fowl of the air; and 
•brought them unto t^SS to see 
whatne would call them: and 
whatsoever 'a^S" cfdled every 
living creature, that was the 
name thereo£ 20 j^^ the^j^n 

'gave names to all cattle, and 
to the fowl of the air, and to 
every beast of the field; but for 
IdS there was not found an help 
meet for him. ^ And the Lord 
God caused a *deep sleep to 
fall upon 'i'dSf' and he gjgl 
and he took one of his ribs, and 
closed up the flesh instead ^^f ; 
" and tne rib, which the Lord 
God had taken fix)m "■» man, 
•♦made he a woman, and brought 
her unto the man. '^ And *^;iS° 
said, This is now "bone of my 
bones, and flesh of my flesh: 
she shall be called ''Woman, 
because she was "taken out of 
"•Man. ** 'Therefore shall a man 
leave lus fiEither and his mother, 
and shall cleave unto his wife: 
and they shall be one flesh. 
^ And they were both naked, 
the man and his wife, and were 
not ashuned. 

^ Now 'the serpent was 
O more subtil than any beast 
^ of the field which the Lord 
God had made. And he said 
unto the woman, "Yea, hath 
God said, Ye shall not eat of 
^ tree of the garden ? * And 
the woman said unto the ser- 
pent, -We mfJa.t of the fruit of the 
trees of the garden '• ""v «at. 
' "but of the fruit of the tree 
which is in the midst of the 
garden, God hath said. Ye shall 



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GENESIS 



[Chuup. 3, V. 22 



not eat of it, neither shall ye 
touch it, lest ye die. * 'And 
the serpent said unto the woman, 
Ye shall not surely die : ^ for 
God doth know that in the day 
ye eat thereof, then your eyes 
shall be opened, and ye shall be 
as '^S^ knowing good and evil 
° And when the woman saw that 
the tree was good for food, and 
that it was f^l^t to the eyes, 
and ""»."»• tree ™ 'to be desired 
to make one wise, she took of 
the fruit thereof^ 'and did SV 
"jj^ gave also unto her husband 
with iS\ and *he <Ud eat ^ And 
'the eves of them both were 
opened, ■'and they knew that 
they were naked; and they 
sewed fig leaves together, and 
made themselves '^aprons. °And 
they heard the 'voice of the 
Lord God walking in the gar- 
den in the '^cool of the day: 
and *^jfdSS° and his wife ♦"hid 
themselves from the presence 
of the Lord God amongst the 
trees of the garden. ° And the 
Lord God caSed unto ^J^^ and 
said unto him, Where art thou ? 
^° And he said, I heard thy 
*voice in the garden, and I was 
afraid, < because I was naked ; 
and I hid myself '" And he 
said. Who told thee that thou 
wast naked? Hast thou eaten 
of the tree, whereof I commanded 
thee that thou shouldest not eat? 
""^ And the man said, "The woman 
whom thou gavest to be with 
me, she gave me of the tree, 
and I did eat ^^ And the Lord 
God said unto the woman, What 
is this 'ouu thou hast done ? And 
the woman said, "The serpent 
beguiled me, and I did eat 
■•* And the Lord God said unto 



a Ter. IX 
John a M. 
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bImLes.s. 
Mic. 7. 17. 



clBl.7. 14. 
Mies.!. 
Matt. 1.9,911. 
hakt I. M, SS, 
GaL4.«. 
1 Tim. 2. U. 

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70. 

Heh. 2. 14. 
Her. 2a 
1-3, la 

aEoditt 
2S.!U. 
1 Tim. X 14. 

/I Tim. a. 
IS im^.l. 
Up. Jolm 

16.21. 

g ver. 12, 17. 
Hot. 6. 7. 

* ch. 4. 7. 
S. of 8. 7. 10. 

iver. 0. 

i ch. 2. 9S. 

ki Oor. 11.3 
i 14.34. 

£ph. S. 2S-a4. 
Col.3.18. 
mm. Z 11, 12. 
Tit. 2. 1. 

1 Pet. a 1,9,1. 

I eh. 2. 17. 

niCp.F>. 
138. 1-U 
k Jor. 23. 
21,24. 

n ch. S. 29. 
Cp. Rom. 
a 30— 22. 

oEcclM.2. 
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Ich.2 18. 
Job SI. 33. 



vrer. 4. 
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1 Tim. 2. ;4. 

voh. 2. 9. 



the serpent, Because thou hast 
done this, SoT'JS^cSSS 'above 
all cattle, and 'above every 
beast of the field; upon thy 
belly shalt thou go, and ^dust 
shalt thou eat all the days 
of thy life : ^* and I will put 
enmity between thee and the 
woman, and between thy seed 
and "her ^: Ht shall 'bruise 
thy head, andf thou shalt 'bruise 
his heeL '* Unto the woman 
he said, I will greatly multiply 
thy sorrow and thy concep- 
tion; ■''in sorrow won shiut 
bring forth children; *and thy 
desire shall be 'to thy hus- 
band, and he shall ''rule over 
thee. " And unto Adam he 
said. Because thou hast hear- 
kened unto the voice of thy 
wife, and hast eaten of the tree, 
'of which I commanded liiee, 
saying, Thou shalt not eat of 
it: "cursed is the ground for 
thy sake; "in J^ shalt thou 
eat of it all the days of thy life ; 
^° thorns also and thistles shall 
it 'bring forth to thee; and 
thou shaJt eat the herb of the 
field; '° in the sweat of thy face 
shalt thou eat bread, ^till thou 
return unto the ground ; for out 
of it wast thou token : ''for dust 
thou art, and 'unto dust shalt 
thou return, ^o And %S5° called 
his wife's name '"Eve; because 
she was the mother of all living. 

21 And the Lobd Ood made for Adam and for bis 
Unto Adam alao and to his wife did the Lord 

Qod^e coats of skins, and clothed 
them. 

^And the Lord God said, 
"Behold, the man is become as 
one of us, to know good and 
IJS; and now, lest he put forth 
his hand, "and take also of the 
tree of life, and eat and live for 



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GENESIS 



[Chap. 4, t. 20 



ever : *^ therefore the Lord 

God sent him forth from the 

garden of Eden, 'to till the 

ground from whence he was 

taken. ^ So he drove out the 

man ; and he placed at the east 

of the garden of Eden *^^^?SJ^ 

and "iJsSta^'' sword which turned 

every way, to keep the way of 

the tree of life. 

^ And ^^ knew Eve his 
A wife ; and she conceived, 
■ and bju-e 'Cain, and said, I 
have 'gotten a man "^^^f^"^ 
the LOBR 2 ^<j j^_^. bare 
his brother ^AbeL And Abel 
was 'a keeper of sheep, but 
Cain was a tiller of the ground 
* And ' in process of time it 
came to pass, that Cain brought 
of *tiie fruit of the ground an 
offering unto the Lord. * And 
Abel, Be also brought of ■'the 
firstlings of his "flock and of 
the &t thereof And the Lobd 
'had respect unto Abel and to 
his offering: ^ but "•unto Cain 
uid to his offering he had not 
respect And Cain was very 
wroth, and his countenance felL 
^ And the Lord said unto Cain, 
Why art thou wroth? and wlw 
is tiay countenance fallen ? ^ "If 
thou doest well, 'shalt thou not 
**be accepted? and if thou doest 
not well, sin ~SSth* at the ^= 
^ ''"unto thee 'shall be his 
desire, and thou shalt rule over 
hnn. 8 And Cain uikS'tith Abel 
his hShS': tSi it came to pass, 
wh«t they were in the field, 
that Cedn rose up against Abel 
his l»other, and ^slew him. 
" And the Lord said unto Cain, 
Where is Abel thy brother? 
And he said, **! know not: ^ 



ooh. 2. 5. 

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I my brother's keeper? ** And 
he said. What hast thou done? 
the voice of thy brother's ''blood 
*crieth unto me from the ground. 
"And now Sr?g„„"*uSS? from 
the ^S* which hath opened her 
mouth to receive thy brother's 
blood from thy hand ; '^ when 
thou tillest the ground, it shall 
not henceforth yield unto thee 
her strength; a fugitive and a 
^te shdt thou be in tiie earth. 
^3 And Cain said unto the Lord, 
***My 'punishment is greater 
'than I can bear. ^Behold, 
•'thou hast driven me out this 
day from the face of the «SJto ; 
and 'from thy face shall I be 
hid; and I shall be a fugitive 
and a ^te in the earth ; and 
it shall come to pass, 'that 
evJS°SSrSat findeth me shall slay 
me. ^° And the Lord said unto 
him. Therefore whosoever slayeth 
Cain, vengeance shall be taken 
on him 'sevenfold. And the 
Lord ""SS'S'SlrknSn"" Cain, lest 
any finding him should f^ him. 
™ And Cain went out fix)m 
the presence of the Lord, and 
dwelt in the land of 'Nod, 'on 
the east of Eden. " And Cain 
knew his wife; and she con- 
ceived, and bare 'Enoch: and 
he builded a city, and called the 
name of the city, after the name 
of his son, Enoch. ^^ And unto 
Enoch was bom Irad : and Irad 
begat Mehigael: and Mehi;gael 
begat ^ffiJS": and "US^^ be- 
gat *Lamech. '* And Lamech 
took unto him two wives: the 
name of the one was Adah, and 
the name of the other Zillah. 
^And Adah bare Jabal: he 
was the father of such as dwell 



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GENESIS 



[Chap. 5, v. 5 



in i^u. and ^,uAa, have cattle. 
^ And hia brother's name was 
Jubml: he was the &ther of all 
such as handle the harp and 
^ 22 And Zillah, she also 
bare Tubal-cain, .^'i\«Jg2S;„<"„,TS, 
'"''"SS^n""'" 'brass and iron: 
and the sister of Tubal-cain was 
Naamah. ^ And Ltunech said 
unto his ^JS,' 

Adah and Zillah, ^ my 
voice; 

Ye wives of Lamech, hearken 
unto my speech: 

For *+! have skun a man ti'my 
wounding ""', 

And a young man *°l^^J^' 
^ "If Cain shall be avenged 
sevenfold, 

Truly Lamech seventy and 
sevenfold. 

^ And Adam knew his wife 
again ; and she bare a son, and 
called his name '*Seth: ^ 
God. said she, *^*^ 'hatii appointed 
me another seed iostead of ^^' 
'S5.S^"cSlrd^ =* And to •'Seth, 
to him also there was bom a 
son; and he called his name 
'te? : then began men -^"to call 
upon the name of the Lord. 

"* This is the book of the 
C generations of Adam. In 
*^ the day that God created 
man, ''in the likeness of Gfod 
made he him ; ^ male and female 
created he them; and blessed 
them, and called their name 
'Adam, in the day when they 
were created. ^ And Adam 
lived an hundred and thirty 
years, and begat a son in ms 
own likeness, after his image; 
and ^called his name Seui : 
^ -^and the days of Adam after 
he lad'biitten Scth Were eight 
hundred years: and he begat 



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26,27. 



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iMl Chr. 
tiinkes. 



sons and ^^^.. ^ And a. 
the days that Adam lived "wer 
nine hundred and thirty years 
"and he died. 

^ And Seth lived an hundre< 
and five years, and ^b^at ^S^ 
'' and Seth lived after he begat 
^M* eight hundred and sevec 
years, and begat sons and daugh- 
ters: ° and all the days of Setb 
were nine hundred and twelve 
years : and he died. 

° And ^2" lived ninety yeara^ 
and begat j^cSSn: '° and ^* 
lived after he begat ^SS eight 
hundred and fift^n years, and 
begat sons and daughters : ^ and 
all the days of ^f were nine 
hundred and five years: and he 
died. 

^2 And gSSS lived seventy 
years, and begat }:^i£i°ii : ^® and 
ISSS lived after he begat iSSSSff^ 
eight hundred and forty years, 
and begat sons and daughters: 
^ and mL the days of §SS5S ^ere 
nine hundred and ten years: 
and he died. 

« And ^S£3l3'^ Uved sixty and 
five years, and begat "Jared: 
'«and jSgaS'^i Uved after he 
begat Jared eight hundred and 
thirty years, and begat sons and 
daughters: ^^ and all the days 
of feg?^ were eight hundred 
ninety and five years: and he 
died. 

^ And Jared lived an hundred 
sixty and two years, and he begat 
"Enoch : ^^ and Jared lived after 
he begat Enoch eight hundred 
years, and begat sons and daugh- 
ters : ^ and dl the days of Jared 
were nine hundred sixty and two 
years : and he died. 

^ And Enoch lived six^ and 
five years, and b^at 'Methu- 



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GENESIS 



[Chap. 6, v. 13 



selah: ^ and Enoch "vralked 
with God after he b^at Methu- 
selah three hundred years, and 
b^at eons and daughters: ^^and 
all the days of Enoch were three 
hnndred sixty and five years: 
2* and Enoch "walked with God : 
aod he was not; 'for God took 
him. 

^ And Methuselah lived an 
hundred eighty &Q<1 Beyen years, 
and b^at 'Lamech : ^ and Me- 
thosemi lived after he begat 
Lamech seven hundred eighty 
and two years, and begat sons 
and daughters: ^ and all the 
days of Methuselah were nine 
hundred sixty and nine years: 
and he died. 

" And Lamech lived an hun- 
dred eighty and two years, and 
begat a son: ^ and he fxJled 
his name 'Noah, saying, This 
same shall 'comfort us oond^iag 
our work and '""■" toil of our 
handsy 'because of the ground 
-'whidi the Lord hath cursed. 
^ And Lamech lived after he 
begat Noah five hundred ninety 
aira five years, and begat sons 
and dangnters: ^ and all the 
days of I^unech were seven hun- 
dred seventy and seven years: 
and he died. 

^^ And Noah was five hundred 
years old: and Noah begat 
"Shem, Ham, and "Japheth. 
^ ^ And it came to pass, when 
Q men began to multiply on the 
fiEtce of the "SS^ and daugh- 
ters were bom unto them, ^ t£at 
the sons of God sawthe daughters 
of men that they were fair; and 
they took tiiem wives of all ,^"4 
tibey chose. ^ And the Lord 
said, 'My spirit shall not thnn 



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tp>.7aia. 

tCf. 
Wlidon 



dEodni. 
44.16 

*4aii. 
Hab. U.S. 
OiiaKin. 
SLU. 

<Fl. 14.1,1. 



Job 14. 4 
k IS. 14 
PI.SI.S. 
Jar. 17. iL 
Matt. IS. 19. 
Bom. S.S3. 

flBam. IS. 
u. 

3au11.a4.lS. 
J0412.U. 
CnNnm. 

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kiMLa&lO. 
Blih.4.n 



(oh. la 19. 

14,17. 
>ab.&17. 



t ch. 7. L 
Eiak. 14. 

14,90. 

EoclnlL 44. 17. 
lPeL2.e. 

I Job 1. 1,8. 
bllul.t. 

a>otLS.St,Sl 
Op. Hah, II. 7. 



n oh. a la 
eta. KX2L 
pFl. 14.1,3 
«S3.a,l. 
« Job 23. 



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'strive with man '" •™^, **for 
that he also is flesh: 'yet •^ 
his days ,1^ be an hundred and 

txBPni-v TTAniM * The •'NepUUm were 
CWenty years. Xheie wen giants 

in the earth in those ^^, and 
also after that, when the sons of 
God came in unto the daughters 
of men, and they bare children 
to ass,= the same "KS^' mighty 
men which were of old, *'"' men 
of renown, ^ And '*5^»" saw 
that the wickedness of man was 
great in the earth, and that 
♦every -^ima^nation of the 
thoughts of his heart was only 
evil •continually. ° And *it re- 
pented the Lord that he had 
made man on the earth, and it 
^grieved him at his heart. ^ And 
the Lord said, I will 'destroy 
man whom I have created from 
thefeceofthe'^SS.'*; "both man, 
and beast, and ti,e creeping thing, 
and uii*toli« of the air ; for it re- 
penteth me that I have made 
them. B But Noah found grace 
in the eyes of the Lord. 

® These are the generations of 
gSh: *Noah was a '^iS?""„,™' 
and ""perfect m his ^Sl'SSl 
and Noah "walked with God. 
^° And Noah begat three sons, 
Shem, Ham, and Japheth. 
11 And^tbe ggj.^ ^ .^gg corrupt 

before God, and the earth was 
filled with violenca '^ And God 
lookirf upon the earth, and, behold, 
it was corrupt ; 'for all flesh had 
corrupted his way upon tiie 
earth. 

■•^ And God said unto Noah, 
'The end of all flesh is come 
before me ; for the earth is filled 
with violence through them ; and, 
behold, I will destroy them ''with 



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f Hab. avary day. 



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GENESIS 



[Chap. 7, v. 



the earth. '* "Make thee an ark 
of gopher wood; "rooms shalt 
thou make in the ark, and shalt 
pitch it within and without with 

pitcL "Andthisisa^/iJSJi^uoh 
thou shalt make it «/ : ^t length 
of the ark omu be three hundred 
cubits, the breadth of it fifty 
cubits, and the height of it thirty 
cubits. 18 A ^^ shalt thou 
make to the ark, and j^ a cubit 
shalt thou finish it 'X??*; and 
the door of the ark shalt thou 
set in the side thereof; with 
lower, second, and third stories 
shalt thou make it " x'iSf UoU 
i!^tn\ do bring Hi' flood of waters 
upon the earth, to destroy all 
flesh, wherein is the breath of 
life, from under heaven ; and eveiy 
thing that is in the earth shall 

Aim ^8 Tint 'I ^U mtabliBb my oorenuit 
Oie. Dm ^th thee wiU I eiUWsh mj 

S«Mn?; and thou shalt come into 
the ark, thou, and thy sons, and 
thy wife, and thy sons' wives 
with thee. 1° And of every living 
thing of all flesh, two of every 
sort shalt thou bring into the 
ark, to keep them alive with 
thee; they shall be male and 
femala 20 of the^^i after their 
kind, and of '•'* cattle after their 
kind, of every creeping thing of 
the «Srth* after Lf, kind, two of 
every sort shall come unto thee, 
to keep them alive. ^ And take 
thou unto thee of all food that is 
eaten, and thouehijt gather it to 
thee ; and it shall be for food for 
thee, and for them. ^ 'Thus did 
Noah ; according to all that God 
commanded him, so did he. 

■• And the Lord said unto 
Y Koah, ■'Come thou and all 
• thy house into the ark ; for 
*thee have I seen righteous be- 
fore me in this generation. ^ Of 
every 'clean mast thou shalt 
take to thee '"^t^^^^l"'- the male 



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b nt. 12, 17. 
Cp. Job 87. 
11— U. 



iich.e.11 



e ch. 7. 4 



/ch.s.a,ii. 



ffoh. a a. 
Ptot. asa 

Cp. Amo* 9l 1 

koh.S.!. 
2 Kia. 7. U. 
lul. 24.18. 
MoLaiO. 
Cp. Pi. 7a 39; 

<R«b. 11.7. 
CD. Ex. 4a 1<. 



y Wiidoni' 
10. «. 

suu.a4. 

S8, 39. 

Luke 17.9a, 97. 
Heb.ll.7. 
1 Pet. a. 90. 

aPata*. 
tab.&a 
Iota, a at. 

Op.Ii>T.ch.ll. 



and his {^«| and of ""■ bea^s 
that are not clean by two, til 
male and his gS&' ^ "'oi^FoS^ 
also of the •'iirT/Se^Jlth?^ ma. 
and thlT^, to keep see 
alive upon the face of all th 
earth. * For yet seven days, an 
''I will cause it to rain upoa tim 
earth forty days and forty nights 
•and every living s„S}Sgoe that 
have made will I*' destroy fron 

off the face of the "SS?- * "Anc 
Noah did according unto all tha.1 
the Lord commanded him. 

° And Noah was six hundre<3 
years old when the flood of waters 
was upon the earth. 'AndNoali 
went in, and his sons, and his 
wife, and his sons' wives with 
him, into the ark, because of the 
waters of the flood. * Of clean 
beasts, and of beasts that are noi> 
clean, and of fowls, and of every- 
thing that creepeth upon the 
^^ ° there went in two and 
two unto Noah into the ark, the 
male and the female, as God had 
commanded Noah. ^° And it 
came to pass 'after """ seven 
days, that the waters of the flood 
were upon the earth. " In the 
six hundredth year of Noah's life, 
in the second month, ^ the seven- 
teenth day of the month, "■ the 
same day were all the 'fountains 
of the great deep broken up, and 
*the hvindows of heaven were 
opened. ^^ And the rain was upon 
the earth forty days and forty 
nights. 1^ In the selraamed^ en- 
tered Noah, and Shem, and Ham, 
and Japheth, the sons of Noah, 
and Noah's wife, and the three 
wives of his sons with them, into 
the ark ; ■■* they, and every beast 
after j,^, kind, and all the cattle 
after their kind, and every creep- 
ing thing that creepeth upon the 
earth after {S", kind, ana every 



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[Chap. 8, v. 13 



fowl after {^ kind, every Wrd of 
every ' 'sort * Aiid they 'went 
in onto Noah into the ark, two 
and two of all £S£ wherein is 
the iHcath of life. '^ And they 
Oat went in, went in male ana 
female of all flesh, ''as Gkxl bad 
oommanded him : and the Lord 
shot him in. ^And the flood 
'was forty days upon the earth ; 
and the waters increased, and 
bare np the ark, and it was lift 
up above the earth. ^ And the 
waters prevailed, and „„, in- 
creased greatly upon the earth; 
and the ark went upon the £Etce 
of the waters. ""^ And the waters 
prevailed exceedingly upon the 
earth; and all the lueh '^^^ 
that were under the whole ^^S. 
wwe covered. ^ Fifteen cubits 
upward did the waters prevail; 
and the mountains were cov- 
ered. ^ And 'all flesh died that 
moved upon the earth, both of 
fowl, and o( cattle, and o, beast, 
and o, every "creeping thing that 
creepeth upon me earth, and 
evoy man : ^ all * in whose 
nostarilswas^thebreath of""" •»"»°' 
life, of all that was in the diy 
land, died. ^ *And every living 
tT ^ JJ SjETT was ^destroyed wmch was 
upon tiie fiice of the ground, botib 
man, and cattle, andtha creeping 
rtS S and tha fowl of the heaven ; 
and they were 'destroyed from 
the earth: and 'NoEih only 
taJSJS%K^ aij>d they that were 
with him m the ark. ^ And the 
vntem prevailed upon the earth 
an hundred and fifty days. 
Q ' And God ^ ronembered 
Q Noah, and every living thing, 
and all the cattle that ^ 
with him in the ark: and *God 
made a wind to pass over the 
earth, and the waters Ji^^HS^ ; 



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X7. 

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Jw. 81.37. 



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ch. a. n 17. 
2f»ua.<. 



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^ 'the fountains also of the deep 
and "the windows of heaven were 
stopped, and the rain fromheaven 
was restrained ; ^ and the waters 
returned from off the earth *con- 
tinuaUy: and after the end "of 
t" hundred and fifty days the 
waters ,4??SS^ * And the ark 
rested in the seventh month, 
on the seventeenth day of the 
month, upon the mountains of 
•^Ararat. * And the waters *de- 
creased continually until the 
tenth month : in the tenth month, 
on the first day of the month, 
were the tops of the mountains 
seen. ° And it came to pass at 
the end of fort^ days, that Noah 
opened the wmdow of the ark 
which he had made: ''^ and he 
sent forth a raven, ^^ went 
forth 'to and fro, until the 
waters were dried np from off 
the earth. ° ISJ he sent forth 
a dove from him, to see if the 
waters were abated fi^m off the 
face of the ground; ® but the 
dove foimd no rest for the sole 
of her foot, and she returned 
unto him ^to the ark, for the 
waters were on the mce of the 
whole earth: t^ he put forth 
his hand, and took her, and.^^^ 
her in unto him into the ark. 
^** And he stayed yet other seven 
days ; and again he sent forth the 
dove out of the ark; ■" and the 
dove came in to him laHhTS??^; 
and, lo, in her mouth ^xu 'an oUve 
leaf pluckt off: so Noah knew 
that the waters were abated Srom 
off the earth. ^^ And he stayed 
yet other seven days ; and sent 
forth the dove; ^i^^' returned 
not i^ain unto hun any more. 
'' And it came to pass in the six 
h^5S?3u. and first year, in the first 
month, the first day of the month. 



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GENESIS 



[Chap. 9, v. 



the waters were dried up from off 
the earth : and Noah removed the 
covering of the ark, and looked, 
and, behold, theface of the ground 
was f^ ■** And in the second 
month, on the seven and twen- 
tieth day of the month, was the 

earth ew2d. 

^^ And God spake imto Noah, 
saying, ^° Go forth of the ark, 
"thou, and thy wife, and thy 
sons, and thy sons' wives with 
thee. " Bring forth with thee 
every living thing that is with 
^" of all flesh, both of fowl, 
a^ of cattle, and of every creep- 
ing thing that creepeth upon the 
earth; that they may breed 
abun<kiitly in the earth, and 
*be fipuitfiil, and multiply upon 
the earth. ^^ And Noah went 
forth, and his sons, and his wife, 
and nis sons' wives with him: 
^® every beast, every creeping 
thing, and every fowl, and wna^ 
soever SS^ upon the earth, 
after their ^SSS* went forth out 
of the ark. 20 And Noah builded 
an altar unto the Lord ; and took 
of every clean beast, and of every 
clean fowl, and offered burnt 
offerings on the altar. ^ And 
the LoBD smelled '^* sweet 
savour; and the Lord said in 
his heart, I will not again 'curse 
the ground any more for man's 
'iSiS? ^for ""' "the unagination 
of man's heart is evil from his 
youth; "neither will I again 
smite any more every thing 
living, as I have done. 22 pi While 
the earth remaineth, seedtime 
and harvest, and cold and heat^ 
and summer and winter, and 
''day and night shall not cease. 
^ And GmL blessed Noah and 

9 his sons, and said unto them, 
' Be fruitful, and multiply, and 
replenish the earth. * And "the 



aDant IS. 
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1 Tim. 4. S, <. 



e ch. 7. 13. 

dLn.n.io, 

11, li. 

I)eut.l2.1<,aL 
I Bun. 14. n. 
jLcU IS. », Vt. 



«Ex.2i.se, 
/ch. 4.10, 11. 



; Ex. 31. la, 
14. 

LeT. 24. 17. 
Num. s& 
SI, a. 
Cii.KaU. 
2e.u 

*B«T. 13.1a 
A oh. 1. 32,98 

ko.1. 

ick.l.7r 

&a.i. 

JuDM&O; 



JIB. -a 



tEx.2a.ia, 

0,41. 
St. I.*. 
13, IT, tc 
Eiak. 18.1* 
&2a4l. 
: Uor. 2. Ilk 
Eph.S.2. 
PbU.4.18. 

I eh. a. 17 
ta.17. 

mI*U.S4.9k 
10. 

Mch.&a. 
FI.SS.S. 
Rom. i.n. 
OlklUtt. 
tSkllL 

ach.0.1I,U. 
IKLB4.9. 

pJer. 8.94. 

<ch. 17.11. 



rJar. aa. 
90,39. 

• EMk.l.Sa. 
Op. R<r. 4. X 
*taL 

I ch. 1.92,38 

»ai7. 
nCp. Fa.a 

0—8 

A June* a. 7. 



fear of you and the dread o 
you shall be upon every beast o 
the earth, and upon every few 

nf f Vio ■'I' I *1Ui all vhenvlth the groom 
01 1>ae air, apon aU that moveth upon tb' 

•'SSh^ and „pon all the fishes o: 
the SS* into your hand are the^ 
delivered. ^ "Every moving thing 
that liveth shall be j^t for you . 
eren *as the grceu herb have 1 
given vou ^ tft,^ * But flesh 
with the ''life thereof, which it 
the blood thereof, shall ye not 
eat " And surely your ™?5oid** 
"^^^ of your ^y'S: will I require ; 
'at the hand of every beast will 
I require u- and -^at the hand of 
"^•a^T"" at the hand of every 
man's broSS will I require the 
life of man. ^ 'Whoso sheddeth 
man's blood, by man shall his 
blood be shed : *for in the image 
of God made he man. ^ And 
you, be ye fruitful, and mul- 
tiply ; bring forth abundantly in 
the earth, and multiply therein. 
° And God spake unto Noah, 
and to his sons with him, saying, 
° And I, behold, ^ I estaoliui 
my covenant with you, and with 
your seed after you ; ^° and 
with every living creature that 
is with you, o< the fowl, ^ the 
cattle, and of every beast of the 
earth with you ; f^m aU that go 
out of the ark, "S" every beast 
of the earth. ^^ And "I will 
establish my covenant with you ; 
neither shall all flesh be cut off 
any more by the waters of ^' 
flood; neither shall there any 
more be a flood to destroy the 
earth. " And God said, 'This 
is the token of the covenant 
which I make between me and 
you and every living creature 
that is with you, for perpetual 
generations: ^ I do set 'my 
DOW in the cloud, and it shall 
be for a token of a covenant 



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[Chap. 10, v. 9 



brtween me and the eartL 
^Aod it shall come to pass, 
tIkd I bring a doud over the 
earth, that "the bow shall be 
seen in the gSSd", ■"* and **! ^^ 
remember my covenant, which 
isb^veen me and you and eyery 
lini^ creature of all fleeh; and 
the waters shall no more become 
a flood to destroy all flesh. ^°And 
the bow shall be in the cloud; 
and I will look upon it, that I 
may remember 'the eyerlasting 
coToiant between Grod and every 
Uring creature of all flesh that 
18 npon the earth. '''' And God 
said unto Noah, This is the 
tokai of the ^S^t which I 
have established between me 
and all flesh t^t is upon the 
earth. 

"^ And the sons of Noah, that 
went forth of the ark, were 
^Shon, and Ham, and Japheth: 
and Bam is the father of *Ca- 
naaa « These ^S^th'^tLSi' sons 
of Noah: and *of gSS was the 
whole earth overspread. 

* And Noah b^an to be an 
hpsbandman, and }„ planted a 
vineyard : ^ and he drank of the 
wine, und was drunken ; and he 
was nnoovered within his tent 
^ And Ham, the father of 
C^tnaui, saw tiie nakedness of 
his &ther, and told his two 
l»«thren vnthont ^ And Shem 
and Japhelii took a garment, 
and laid it upon both their 
shooldera, and went backward, 
and covered the nakedness of 
their father; and their faces 
were backward, and they saw 
not tiieir father's nakednesa 
^And Noah awoke from his 
wine, "Mid knew what his * JSSfS' 
son had done unto him. ^ And 
besud, 



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"Cursed be Canaan; 
*A servant of servants shall 
he be unto his brethrea 
^*And he said, 
Blessed be the ^£?i^« God of 

Shem; 
And (^JS.S'lsai be 'this serv- 
ant. 
"God rtuji 'enlarge Japheth, 
And [j?SiSi dwell in the tents 

of Shem; 
And (^S^.Sfrtai be 'his serv- 
ant 
'^ And Noah lived after the 
flood three hundred and flffcy 
years. ^And all the days of 
Noah were nine hundred and 
fifty years: and he died. 

■• Now these are the 
TO generations of the sons of 
Noah, ^ gS, and Ja- 
pheth: and unto them were sons 
Dom after the flood. 

2 »The sons of Japheth; Gomer, 
and Magog, and Madai, and Ja- 
van, and Tubal, and Meshech, 
and Tiras. ^ And the sons of 
Gomer ; Ashkenaz, and 'Riphath, 
and Togarmah. * And the sons 
of Javan ; Elishah, and 'Tarshish, 
>Kittim, and '•Dodanim. ^gf 
these were *the 'isles of the 



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every one after his {SSfSS.' after 
their fiEunilies, in their nations. 

^ * And the sons of Ham ; Cush, 
and Mizraim, and ^\, and Ca- 
naan. ^ And the sons of Cush ; 
Sel^ and Havilah, and Sabtah, 
and Raamah, and sSbteSSh: and 
the sons of Eaamah; Sheba, 
and Dedan. * And Ciish begat 
Nimrod: he began to be a 
mighty one in the earth. ° He 
was a mighty hunter before the 
Lord: wherefore it is said, etom 
Nimrod ^e mighty hunter before 






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the Lord. ^° And the beguming 
of his kingdom was "'Babel, and 
Erech, and Accad, and Calneh, 
in Hhe land of Shinar. ^^ Out 
of that land ''■• ^went forth 
*" AiJ^^ and builded Nineveh, 
and ithe'^lj'^^oW and Calah, 
^2 and Resen between Nineveh 
and g^S:'^". flame is 'S' great 
«!g^ '3 ""And Mizraim be«at 
Ludim, and Anamim, and Le- 
habim, and Naphtuhun, "^ and 
Pathrusim, and gSlS&iS. jjSrS 
-^hSJ^'J'pSffiir'' and 'Caph- 
torim. 

«And /Canaan begat ^^^ 
his firstborn, and §S^' ^^ and 
the Jebusite, and the Amorite, 
and the ^^il' " and the ffivite, 
and the Arkite, and the ii^lt' 
'®and the Arvadite, and the 
Zemarite, and the Hamathite: 
and afterward were the families 
of the SSSStS spread abroad 
^» And the border of the SSSStS 
was from ISSS: as thou '^iSttS^ 
Gerar, imto ^Gaza; as thou 

goeat towud Sodom on/1 Oomomh ar\A 
goest, nnto Sodom, «*u»* Gomomh, """ 

t^& and zeSte"?!fen «nto Lasha. 
^° These are the sons of Ham, 
after their fEunilies, after their 
tongues, in their comiw^ond in 
their nationa 

=" ^2.fh*?m^1SS; the fitther of 
all the children of Eber, 'the 

«">« brother of japheth-ThWrfer. ««. 

to him '^ were children bom. 



GENESIS 



[Chap, ii, v. 6 



^ The chffiKn of Shem- Elam, 
and Asshur, and ^ra: and 
Lud, and Aram. ^ And the 
c)5?d5» of Aram; Uz, and Hul, 
and Gether, and MasL ** And 

Aiphuad Oegai; t^saiah » aUU 8«l»h 

begat Eber. ^^ "And unto Eber 
were bom two sons: the name 
of*"" one was'''Peleg; for in his 
days was the earth divided ; and 



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his brother's name was Joktan. 
** And Joktan begat Almodad, 
and Shele^ and Hazarmaveth, 
and i^^ " and Hadoram, and 
Uzal, and KB^.' ^ and *Obal, 
and Abimael, and i£|g^ 20 ^imI 
"Ophir, and Havilah, and Jobab : 
all these were the sons of Joktan. 
^ And their dwelling was from 
Mesha, as thou goest '^S^ 
*"'SSi^«S!'\'SSSSt'^ of the east. 
^^ Tnese are the sons of Shem, 
after their fiimilies, after their 
tonnes, In their lands, after 
theur nations. 

'* These are the femilies of 
the sons of Noah, after their 
generations, in their nations: 
"and gt these were the nations 
divided in the earth after the 
flood. 

^ And the whole earth 
II was of one 4uS|SSl and 
of one "speech. ^ And it 
came to pass, as they journeyed 
tfrom the east, that they found 
a plain in '^the land of Shinar; 
and they dwelt there. ° And 
'they said one to another. Go 
to, let us make brick, and *bum 
them throughly. And they had 
brick for stone^ 'and "slime had 
they for SSgJ: * And they 
said. Go to, let us build us a 
*'i\^* and a tower, ■^ whose top 
may reach unto hSJen: and let 
us make us a ^^ lest we be 
scattered abroad upon the face 
of the whole earth. * And 'the 
Lord came down to see the city 
and the tower, which the children 
of men builded ^ And the Lord 
said. Behold, '^tSJ "T J^.S'' and 
they have all one language; and 
this *■ *'*' they begin to do : and 
now nothing will be TS5& from 
them, which they h.T?iSSS.ed to 



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[Chap. 12, v, 1 



da ' Go to, "let as go down, 
and tiiere confound l£eir lan- 
goage, that they may not under- 
stand one another's speech. °So 
*the Lord scattered them abroad 
from thence upon the fiice of all 
the earth: and they left off to 
Iraild the city. » Therefore T 
the name of it called '''Babel; 
because the Lord did there 
''confound the language of all 
the earth : and from thence did 
the LOBD scatter them abroad 
opon t^e face of all the earth. 

^■^Theee are the generations 
of mS:- Shem was an hundred 



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years old, and begat '*3SSS3* 
two years after the flood : ^^ and 
Sh«n lived afterhebegat^^SSSS? 
five hundred years, and begat 
sons and daughters. 

** And ^S^^ lived five and 
thirty years, and b^at ^^Sf: 
« and ^S^^ lived after he 
b^at ^SJy four hundred and 
three years, and begat sons and 
dao^ters. 

*♦ And ^^ Kved thirty years, 
and b^at Eber: ^^ and Ifih 
lived after he begat Eber four 
hmKbed and three years, and 
be^t sons and daugnters. 

* And Eber lived four and 
thirty years, and begat ^Peleg 
■" and Eber lived after he l»- 
gat Peleg four hundred and 
thirty years, and begat sons 
and dan^tters. 

^ And Pel^ lived thirty years, 
and b^at l&sa: ^° and Peleg 
lived after he b^at Reu two 
bandred and nine years, and 
bogU; sons and daughters. 

™ And Ren lived two and 
thirty years, and b^at ^Serug: 
^ anid Ren lived after he be- 
gat Semg two hundred and 



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seven years, and begat sons 
and daughters. 

^ And Serug lived thirty 
years, and begat Kahor: ^° and 
Serug lived after he begat Nahor 
two hundred years, and begat 
sons and daughters. 

^ And "NtSior lived nine and 
twenty years, and begat •Terah : 
^ and Nahor lived after he 
begat Terah an hundred and 
nineteen years, and begat sons 
and daughters. 

*" And "Terah lived seventy 
years, and begat Abram, Nahor, 
andHaran. 

" Now these are the genera- 
tions of ?S£-, Terah begat 
Abram, Nahor, and Haran ; and 
Haran begat Lot, ^ And Haran 
died '""",g?^~°' his fetherTerah 
in the land of his nativity, in Ur 
of the Chaldees. * And Abram 
and Ntdior took them wives : the 
name of Abram's wife was 'Sarai ; 
and the name of Nahor's wife, 
*Milcah, the daughter of Haran, 
the father of Milcah, and the 
father of Iscah. ^ Ht Sarai 
was barren; she had no child. 
^^And Terai 'took Abram his 
son, and Lot the son of ^^■ 
his son's son, and Sarai his 
daughter in law, his son Abram's 
wife; and they went forth with 
them ^from Ur of the Chaldees, 
to go into the land of Canaan; 
and they came unto Haran, and 
dwelt there. ^'^ And the days 
of Ter«J» were two hundred and 
five years: and Terah died in 
Haran. 

■• Now *the Loud had said 

12 unto Abram, (Jet thee out 

of thy country, and from 

thy kindred,and from thyfather's 

house, unto ^' land that I will 



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[Chap. 13, v. 



shew thee: ^ "and I will make 
of thee a great nation, and I will 
bless thee, and make thv name 
great: and uio^JSSt be » blessing: 
^and °I will bless them that bless 

tK AA an<1 '■''B tlot eoneth thee will I cium • 
Uiee,lUlU ourae him that cuneth thee • 

and "in thee shall all *^ families 
of the earth be blessed. * So 
Abram de'^^tk. ^ the Lord had 
spoken imto him ; and Lot went 
with him: and Abram was seventy 
and five years old when he de- 
parted out of Haran. ^ And 
Abram took Sarai his wife, and 
Lot his brother's son, and all 
their substance that they had 
gathered, and the souls that 
uiey had gotten in 'Haran; 
and they went forth to go into 
die land of Canaan; and into 
the land of Canaan they cama 
^ And Abram -^passed through 
the land imto the place of ^?^ 
unto '^the pffil^ of 'MoreL Ani 
-'the Canaanite was then in the 
land ^ And the Lord appeared 
unto Abram, and said, *Unto 
thy seed will I give this land: 
and there builded he an altar 
unto the Lord, who appeared 
imto him. ° Aiid he removed 
fixim thence unto *$• mountain 
on the east of 'Beth-el, and 
pitched his tent, having Beth-el 
on the west, and 4L on the east: 
and there he builded an altar 
unto the Lord, and called upon 
the name of the Lord. ° And 
Abram journeyed, 'going on 
still toward the '^SS" 

^° And "there was a famine in 
the land: and Abram went down 
into Egypt to sojourn there ; for 
the famme was gri""o« in the 
land. ^^ And it came to pass, 
when he was come near to enter 
into Egypt, that he said unto 
Sarai his wife, Behold now, I 
know that thou art a fair woman 



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to look upon: " ThSSjo™ it shs 
come to pass, when the Egyptiai 
shall see thee, that they sha 
say, This is his wife: and the 
'Mill kill me, but they will sav 
thee alive. ^^ Say, I pray the« 
thou art my sister: that it ma 
be well with me for thy ^i 
and ""' my soul SiL. live becaus 
of thee. '^ And it came to past 
that, when Abram was come int* 
Egypt, the Egyptians beheld thi 
woman that she was very fair 
15 AD^uie princes ,,„ of Pharaol: 
saw her, and ^S^SSLa her teJon 
Pharaoh: and the woman wac 
taken into Pharaoh's house. 
'■0 And he entreated Abram 
well for her sake: and he had 
sheep, and oxen, and ^t^SSa. 
and menservants, and maidser- 
vants, and ihJtSS and camels. 
'^AndtheLoRD^plaguedPharaoh 
and his house with great plagues 
because of Sarai Abram s wife. 
'8 And Pharaoh called Abram, 
and said. What is this that thou 
hast done unto me? why didst 
thou not tell me that she was 
thy wife? ^° Why saidst thou. 
She is my sister? so inug!t'ii«ukei, 
hStSme"tJ wife: now therefore 
behold thy wife, take her, and 
go thy way. '^"And Pharaoh 
ooS^dSIIS^'en concerning him: 
and they ''""iSit'w'nfS.S?."'' and 
his wife, and all that he had 

■* And Abram went up out 
I O of Egypt, he, and his wife, 
^ and all that he had, and 
Lot with him, "into the ^^ 
^ "And Abram was very rich in 
cattle, in silver, and in gold 
^ And he went on his journeys 
from the fSSt^ even to Beth-el, 
unto the place where his tent 
had been at the beginning, be- 
tween Beth-el and ^; * unto 
''the place of the tdtar, which 



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he had made there at the first: 
and there Abram Cf^led on the 
name of the Lord. ^ And Lot 
also, which went with Abram, 
had flocks, and herds, and tent& 
° And ''the land was not able to 
bear them, that they might dwell 
together : for their substance was 
great, so tiiat they could not 
dwell together. ^ 'And there 
was a stnfe between the herd- 
men of Abram's cattle and the 
herdmen of Lot's cattle: and 
/die Canaanite and the Perizzite 
dwelled then in the land. ° And 
Abram said unto Lot, 'Let there 
be no strife, I pray thee, between 
me and thee, and between my 
herdmen and thy herdmen ; *for 
we ^ 'brethren. ° 'Is not the 
whole land before thee? separate 
thyself I pray thee, from me: 
if thou WW, take the left hand, 
then I will go to the right; or if 
thou a^ to the right hand, then 
I will go to the left, ^o And Lot 
lifted np his ^es, and beheld all 
the "pis" of Jordan, that it was 
well watered every where, before 
the Lord *■ destroyed Sodom and 
Gomorrah, ^^J, the garden of 
the Lord, like the land of Egypt, 
88 thou eSSt unto "Zoar. ",|?„ 
Lot chose him all the pifj^ of 
Jordan; and Lot journeyed east: 
and they separated themselres 
the one from the other. ^^ Abram 
dwelled in the land of Canaan, 
and Lot dwelled in the cities 
of the S& and ^SSi Ws tent 
t,^ Sodom. 13 Now tjje „jgj, 

of Sodom *were wicked and 
sinners ^^ the Lord exceed- 
ingly. ^And the Lord said 
onto Abram, after that Lot was 
aeoerHted from him, Lift up now 
thme eyes, and look from the 
place where thou 



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eaatwsrd 
eastward 



and 



Bonthward 

southward, 

westward: '* for all the land 
which thou seest, "to thee 
will I give it, and *to thy 
seed for ever. ^^ And 'I wiU 
make thy seed as the dust of 
the earth : so that if a man can 
number the dust of the earth, 
then shall thy seed also be num- 
bered. " Arise, walk through 
the land in the length of it 
and in the breadth of it; for 

onto thee will I gire It. 18 And A Krom 
IwUljdTeltnnlathee. Tbea ADram 

^SSoni his tent, and came and 
"dwelt ^It^tt^ of Mamre, which 
"i^ in Hebron, and bmlt there 
an altar unto tiie Lord. 

1 And it came to pass in 
y/l theda^of Amraphelking 
~ of "Shinar, Arioch king of 
Ellasar, Chedorlaomer king of 
"Elam, and Tidal king of S&, 
^ that gS made war with "Bera 
king of Sodom, and with Birsha 
king of Gomorrah, Shinab king 
of 'Admah, and Shemeber king 
of 'Zeboiim, and the king of 

Bels (the aame Is Zoard 3 All ihfsut 
Beli,, which is Zoar. AU lUese 

,TO» 'joined together in the vale 

-f Slddim ('the >ame {a iVio ^'t Bea). 
Ol Slddim, which » mO salt sea. 

* Twelve years they served 
Chedorlaomer, and in the thir- 
teenth year they rebelled. *And 
in the fourteenth year came 
Chedorlaomer, and the kings 
that were with him. and smote 

fU~ 'Repbaim :„ "Aabterotb-kainalm, ar\A 
me BepWnu in Ashteroth Kamaim, anU 

the z^„"S in Ham, and the '-i^^, 
in jlSKa?Ki'?ffiS; ^ and the ^Hor- 
ites in their mount Seir, unto 
"•El-paran, which is by the wil- 
derness. ' And they returned, 

and PATnA to Bn-mlshpat (the same is 
auu came W £n-mtsh|>at, which t» 

'ildSh,'' and smote all the 'country 
of the Amalekites, and also the 
Amorites, that dwelt ''in lUSSSl 
uSS: ° And there went out the 
king of Sodom, and the king of 



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Gomorrah, and the king of Ad- 
mah, and the king of Zeboiim, 
and the king of Bern (the same is 
Zoar); and they "' "^^^""^^"^ 
•^ffi* them in the vale of Siddun ; 
® "^itS* Chedorlaomer the king of 
Elam, and ^^i Tidal king of 
^SJoM. and Amraphel king of 
Shinar, and Ariocn king of El- 
lasar ; fom- kings •«»!S,^""' five. 
1° Sd the vale of Siddim was 
ftUl of "tepfi"; and the kings 
of Sodom and Gomorrah fled, 
and "w fell SS?: and they tlmt 
remained fled *to the mountain. 
■" And they took •'all the goods 
of Sodom and Gomorrah, and all 
their victuals, and went their 
way. '^ And they took Lot, 
Abram's "brothers son, "who 
dwelt in Sodom, and his goods, 
and departed. '^ And there 
came one that had escaped, and 
told Abram the ^^Z\ ^ "he 
dwelt X *iS> piSto* of Mamre the 
Amorite, brother of Eshcol, and 
brother of ^S! and these 
were confederate with Abram. 
^ And when Abram heard that 
his brother was taken captive, 
he ^iJJg' his Hrained J^:u, 'bom 
in his own house, three hundred 
and eighteen, and pursued '^JH^ 
^to 'Dan. « And he divided 
himself against them ^ "'*''', 
he and his servants, benight, and 
smote them, and pursu^ them 
unto Hobah, which is on the 
'left hand of Damascus. ■" And 
he brought back all the goods, 
and al^ brought again his 
brother Lot, 'and his goods, and 
the women also, and the people. 
^' And the king of Sodom went 
out to meet b'lm after his return 
firom the slaughter of ^S^. 
jfSS^, and of the kings that 
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w And 'Melchizedek king of Sa- 
lem brought forth br^d and 
wine : and he was the 'priest of 
^^^^^^ « And he blessed 
him, anosiud, 'Blessed be Abram 
of th??yJW5^ '{possessor of 
heaven and earth : ^ and blessed 
be th?^2oi{l^e5& which hath de- 
livered thine enemies into thy 
hand. And he gave him 'tn^"* 
ofalL 2^ And the kmg of Sodom 
said imto Abram, Give me the 
^persons, and take the goods 
to thysel£ ^And Abram said 
to the kin^ of Sodom, *I have 
lift up nune hand unto the 
LoKD, thB*SS2t^ oig^the 'possessor 
of heaven and ^irth, ^that 'I 
will not take hon a thread „^u> 

a ahoebtebet nor aiuht 
a •hoelatehet, and that I will not take any thing 

that is thine, lest thou should- 
est say, I have made Abram 
rich : ** 'save only that which 
the young men have eaten, and 
the portion of the men which 
went with St* 'Aner, Eshcol, 
and ^SSS». let them take their 
portion. 

'' After these things the 
JC word of the Lord came 
^ unto Abram in a vision, 
saving, *Fear not, Abram : I am 
"thy shield, ^cmd thy exceeding 
great reward. ^ And Abram 
said, *^ Lord 'God, what wilt 
thou give me, seeing I 'go child- 
less, and >» "^^i^^^-^^J^ ^y 

house IS this JBUuer of Damaacni ' 

^ And Abram said. Behold, to 
me thou hast given no seed: 
and, lo, "'one bom in my house 
is mine heir. *And, behold, 
the word of the Lord came un- 
to him, saying. This "^ shall not 
be thine heir ; but 'he that shall 
come forth out of thine own 
bowels shall be thine heir. 'And 



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he brought him forth abroad, 
and said, Look now toward 
heaven, and 'tell the stars, if 
thou be able to nt^bw them : and 
he said unto him, ''So shall thy 
seed be. ' And ''he believed in 
the LoBD ; and -^he counted it 
to him for righteousness. ^ And 
he said unto him, I am the Lord 
that 'brought thee out of Ur of 
the Chaldees, *to give thee this 
land to inherit it. ^ And he said, 
° Lord God, 'whereby shall I 
know that I shall iimerit it? 
° And he said unto him. Take 
me an heifer of three years old, 
•nd a Jhf^t of three years 
old, and a ram of three years 
old, Mid a turtledove, and a 
young pigeon. ^°And he took 
0^ him aJl these, and 'divided 
them in the midst, and laid each 
SS.'SS against '^^: but "the 
birds divided he not. '" And 
*^tS^^t^ came down upon the 
carcases, *°^ Abram drove them 
away. ^ And when the sun was 
going down, a "deep sleep fell 
upon Alnram ; and, lo, an horror 
tA great darkness fell upon him. 
^ And he said unto Abram, 
Know of a surety 'that thy seed 
shall be a stranger in a land 
that is not theirs, and shall serve 
them ; and 'they shall aflSict 
them 'four hundred years ; ■•* and 
also that nation, whom they shall 
serve, "will I judge : and after- 
ward 'shall they come out with 
great substance. ''^ f^^ thou shalt 
go to thy &thers in peace ; 'thou 
shalt be buried in a good old age. 
* ^ in tho fourth generation 
they shall come hither t^ain : 
for "the iniqui^ of the iSStSi 'is 
not yet fulL " And it came to 

Sas, that, when the sun went 
wn, and it was dark, behold a 



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smoking furnace, and *a fe'ffgteS^ 
that passed between tSSS pieces. 
'" In the'^e day the Lord made 
a covenant with Abram, saying, 
'Unto thy seed have I given this 
land, from "the river of Egypt 
unto the great river, the river 
Euphrates: '^ the E;;l^ and the 
f Mi and the ferd', ^ and 
theMS. and the ^^A and 
the fest ^ and the ^^^ and 

f ka Canaanite, „_J ft,„ GiiKashita, „y.A 
Wie CmaanlteB, *"" WIC cirgashites, auU 

me Jebuiltes. 

^ ^ ^Now Sarai Abram's 
10 wife bare him no children : 
and she had an handmaid, 
an Egyptian, whose name was 
*Hagar. ^ And Sarai said unto 
Abram, Behold now, the Lord 
hath restrained me from ^^! 
«° *^ I pray thee, go m unto my 
■"SSfd""; it may be "that I "ii^ 
*♦ obtain children by her. Ajad 
Abram hearkened to the voice 
of SaraL ^ And Sarai Abram's 
wife took Hagar h„ ^^a the E- 
gvptian, •"" i*°<«»»"». after Abram 
^had dwelt ten years in the 
land of Canaan, and gave her to 

Abnun her huibuid ^« U» !,;„ iirifA 
her hmbandiAbram W) DO niS WUe. 

*And he went in unto Hagar, 
and she conceived: and when 
she saw that she had conceived, 
her mistress 'was despised in 
her eyes. * And Sarai said 
unto Abram, My wrong be upon 
thee : I h.vf SVen my "^JSf^ into 
thy bosom ; and when she saw 
that she had conceived, I was 
despised in her eyes : "the Lord 
judge between me and thee, 
° But Abram said unto Sarai, 
Behold, thy maid is in thy hand; 

An tr\ hoT. u>at which !• good in thine eyea 
aO U) ner l««iti>re«8eththee. 

And vhen Sarai *de»lt hardly with 
her, ""* she fled from her fece, 
^ And the angel of the Lord 
found her by a fountain of water 



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[Chap. 17, v. 14 



in the wilderness, by the fountain 
in the way to "Shur. ®And 
he said, Hagar, Sarai's '"^Sdf* 
whence earnest thou? and whither 
4i?r?i^S°So? And she said, I flee 
from toe fitce of my mistress 
Sarai ® And the angel of the 
Lord said unto her, Return to 
thy mistress, and submit thyself 
imder her hands. ^° And the 
angel of the Lord said unto 
her, 'I will «~'^ multiply thy 
■eed^SJaiMiy. that it shall not be 
numberea for multitude. '^ And 
the angel of the Lord said imto 
her. Behold, thou art with chUd, 
and shaJt bear a ^ and """ 
shalt call his name i^^St- 
•'because the Lord hath heard 
thy affliction. '^ j^^ ^e 'tfU ^^ 

■(U a wUd-aaa among men . U:~ 'kanrl ^uM 
awildmmn > "IS naUQ ^u 

be against every man, and every 
man s hand against him ; and he 
shall dwell ""in the presence of 
all his brethrea '^ And she 
called the name of the Lord 
that spake unto her, 'Thou "^od' 
^^'mf^ : for she said, "Have 
I lis here looked after him that 
seeth me? ■"* Wherefore the well 
was called '^tBeer-lahai-roi; be- 
hold, it is between «Kadesh and 
Bered. ''^AndELagarbareAbram 
a son : and Abram called ^i| SJ^f 
"'^""^ which Hagar bare, Ish- 
maeL ^° And Abram was four- 
score and six years old, when 
Hagar bare Ismnael to Abram. 
^ And when Abram was 
IY ninety years old and nine, 
• the Lord appeared to A- 
bram, and said unto him, "I am 
the*%5S^&d ; 'walk before me, 
and be thou "'perfect. ^ And 1 
will make my covenant between 
me and thee, and *will multiply 
thee exceedingly. ^ And Abram 
"fell on his fece : and God talked 



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Ass. 90 

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Rom. 4. 11. 



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Job 1. 1. 
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A 22. 17. 

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with him, saying, *A8 for me, 
behold, my covenant is with thee, 
and thou shalt be *^ fether of 
' "SSiSf "* nations. ^ Neither 
shaJluiy name any more be 
called Abram, but "thy name 
shall be "Abraham; ^for *5' 
fether of » °»^'*» °' nations have 
I made thee. ° And I will make 
thee exceeding fruitful, and I 
will make 'nations of thee, •'and 
kings shall come out of thee. 
^ And I will ^establish my cove- 
nant between me and thee and 
thy seed after thee u«>^^ their 
generations for an everlasting 
covenant, * to be a God unto 
th^ and to thy seed after thee. 
^ And *I will give imto thee, 
and to thy seed after thee, the 

land^^heM'o^^'JSri'ffiWr. aU the 
land of Canaan, for an everlast- 
ing possession ; and "*! will be 
their God- ° And God said xmto 
Abraham, ^^ " !g£oS"* "'°" shalt 
keep my oore^StlSkfo™, thou, and 
thy seed after thee "™lg*°"' 
their generations. ''° This is my 
covenant, which ye shall keep, 
between me and you and thy 
seed after thee; BvlTi^chiw 
among you shall be circumcised. 
" And ve shaU '»«SSSJS!S'"" the 
flesh of your foresUn ; and it 
shall be 'a token of the covenant 
betwixt me and you. '* And ♦♦ he 
that is 'eight days old shall be 
circumcised among you, every 
™'L*^^a^S"' your generations, he 
that is bom in the house, or 
'bought with money of any 
stranger, which is not of thy 
seed- ^^ He that is bom in thy 
house, and he that is bought 
with thy money, must needs be 
circumcised: and my covenant 
shall be in your flesh for an 
everlasting covenant ^ And 

• Hab. Xlrvi,tbtt 



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[Chap. 18, v. 8 



the nncircumdaed "»'S,£^d~' 

cteamdjed^to the flesh of his fe™S5 

i. not d«nmd«d. that soul shall be 
cot off fromhis people; he hath 
lMt>ken my covenant. 

^ And God said tmto Abraham, 
As for Sarai thy 'wife, thou shalt 
not call her name Sarai, but 
"Sarah shall her name be. 
" And I will bleas her, and ™"- 
onriwoi «giye tiiee a son ,1,0 of 
her: yea, I wiU bless her, and 
**8he shsJl be a mother of sxar 
aooa ; kings of ^'ff shall be of 
her. " Then Abraham "fell up- 
on his lace, ''and laughed, and 
said in his heart. Shall a child 
be bom unto him that is an 
hundred years old? and shall 
Sarah, that is ninety years old, 
bear? ^ And Abraham said 
onto €k>d, that Ishmael might 
lire before thee I ^° And God 
said, ^•'- •»' "Sarah thy wife shall 
bear thee a son indeed ; &Qd thou 
shalt call his name ** Isaac: and 
I will establish my covenant with 
him for an everlasting covlSISrind 
^ his seed after him. ^° And as 
for Ishmael, I have heard thee: ^ 
g^ I have blessed him, and will 
mSke him fruitful, and -^will mul- 
ti^y him exceedingly ; ''twelve 
princes shall he begel^ and *"I 
will make him a great nation. 
^ But "my covenant will I es- 
tablish with Isaac, ^which Sarah 
shall bear imto thee at this set 
time in the next year. ^ And 
he left off talking with him, and 
<God went up from Abraham. 
^ And Abraham took Ishmael 
his son, and all that were bom 
in his house, and all that were 
bou^t with his money, every 
male sonong the men of Abra- 
ham's ^^. and circumcised the 
flesh of their foreskin in the self- 



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same day, as God had said un- 
to him. ^And Abraham was 
ninety years old and nine, when 
he was circumcised in the flesh 
of his foreskin. ^ And Ishmael 
his son was thirteen years old, 
when he was circumcised in the 
flesh of his foreskin. ''^ In the 
sel&ame day was Abraham cir- 
ciuucised, and Ishmael his son. 
" And all the men of his house, 
""** bom in the house, and 
""*" bought with money of the 
stranger, were circumcised with 
him. 

^ ^ And the Lord appeared 
ly unto him ^Slte of 
MiT^^d be sat in the tent 
door in the heat of the day; 
^ and he lift up his eyes and 
looked, and, lo, three men stood 
over ^aiiut Yam I and ■''when he saw 
them, he ran to meet them from 
the tent door, and bowed himself 
to,£d"a.e*^und, ^ and said, 'My 
iSriL if now 1 have found fevour 
in thy sight, pass not away, I 
pray thee, from thy servant: 

let ""^ a bttle ^ntet, 1 pr»y yon, bO 

fetched, and wash your feet, 
and rest yourselves under the 
tree: ^ and I will fetch a morsel 
of bread, and '^comfort ye your 
h^ ; after that ye shall pass on : 

"torunrach as jre are nnmi^ iri \tt\nr 
for therefore fare ye COmC XO yOUr 

servant And they said. So do, 
as thou hast said. ° And Abra- 
ham hastened into the tent imto 
Sarah, and said, "Make ready 
quickly three measures of fine 
meal, knead it, and make '^^ 
upon the hearth. ' And Abraham ran 
unto the herd, and '?e'tc\"f a calf 
tender and good, and gave it unto 
^J^n ; and he hasted to dress 
it. ^ And he took butter, and 
milk, and the calf which he had 
dressed, and set it before them ; 



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[Chap. i8, t. 31 



and he stood by them under the 
tree, and they did eat. ^ And 
they said unto him, Where is 
Sarah thy wife? And he said, 
Behold, "in the tent '« And he 
said, I will certainly retiun unto 

tliAA ^when the aeuon ^oometh round - on/1 
'^*'*' aocordinK to the time of life » *"", 

lo, *Sarah thy wife shall have a 
son. And Sarah heard u in the 
tent door, which was behind him. 
'" Now *Abraham and Sarah were 
Sdf o^id well stricken in age ; 
^aJdft ceased to be with Sarah 
after the manner of women. 
^^ Thmf^ Sarah laughed within 
herself, saying, 'After I am 
waxed old shaU I have pleasure, 
"*my lord being old also? '' And 
the Lord said unto Abraham, 
Wherefore did Sarah laugh, say- 
ing, Shall I of a surety bear a 
child, which am old? ^ "Is any 
thing too *hard for the Lobd? 
i-At the ttarl^„t«i I wiU return 

iintA tlioa whan the season icometh roond, 
uniO DOee, aoeording to the time of Ufe, 

and Sarah shall have a soa 
'* Then Sarah denied, saying, I 
laughed not ; for she was afraid. 
And he said. Nay ; but thou 
didst laugh. 

■•^ And the men rose up from 
thence,andlookedtowardSodom : 
and Abraham went with tiiem to 
bring them on the way. '''' And 
the Lord said, * ShsJl I hide 
fit>m Abraham that tung which 
I do ; ^° seeing that Aoraham 
shall surel]^ become a great and 
mighty nation, and all the nations 
of the earth shall be "blessed 
in him? '» For I "-"taJS" 
him, *» "••»£? h'J'U*' ""^ command 
his children and his household 
after him, ^ they ,^ keep the 
way of the Lord, to do justice 
and ^"^^^^J}" *"* that the 
Lord may bring upon Abraham 
that which he hath spoken of 
him. 20 ^jI the Lom, gg^^ 



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'Because "the cry of Sodom and 
GromorrsJi is great, and 'because 
their sin is very grievous; ^ *I 
will go downnow,and see whether 
they have done altogether ac- 
cording to the cry of it, which 
is come unto me; and if not, 
^I will know. ^ 'And the men 
turned their faces ^^ thonce, and 
went towsjd Sodom: but Abra- 
ham 'stood yet before the Lord. 
^ And Abraham drew near, 
and said, >Wat thou ..TSSSv 
the righteous with the wicked? 
** Peradventure there be fifty 
righteous within the city: wilt 
thou aiS'dX.y and not spare the 
place for the fifty righteous that 
are therein? ^ That be fitr from 
thee to do after this manner, 
to slay the righteous with the 
w)SSdf1:nd "that " the righteous 
should be as the ^^J^- that 
be far from thee: yf^ not the 
Judge of all the earth do right? 
f« And the Lord said, "-Jf I find 
in Sodom fifty righteous within 
the city, then I will spare all 
the place for their ^^ " And 
Abraham answered and said, 
'Behold now, I have taken upon 
me to speak unto the Lord, 
which am but dust and ashes: 
^ KSSnSiS; there shaU lack five 
of tiie fift V righteous : wilt thou 
destroy aU the city for lack of 
five? Andhesaid,ij??fl\°S?SSS"' 

it, U I find there foitr aod Bre. 28 A t>H 
forty and Are, 1 wiU not dertnqr «. AUQ 

he spake unto him yet again, 
and said, Peradventure there 
shall be forty found there. And 
he said, I will not do it for "" 
forty's saka ^° And he Si^- 
«nto Mm, Oh let not the Lord be 
angry, and I will speak : PSS^. 
\^ there shall thirty be found 
there. And he said, I will not do 
it, if I find thu^y there. ^ And 
he said. Behold now, I have 



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taken upon me to speak unto the 
LOTd : fSSSSS tnere shall be 
twenty found there. And he 
said, I will not destroy it for 
"* twenty's sake. ^^ And he said, 
*0h let not the Lord be angry, 
and I will speak yet but this 
once: fSS^SSi ten shall be 
found there. And he said, I will 
not destroy it for "" ten's sake 
^ And the Lord went his way, as 
soon as he had left communing 
with Alwaham: and Abraham 
returned unto his place. 

' And th«4"Sune two angels 
IQ *•" to Sodom at even ; and 
^ LotsatinthegateofSodom: 
and Lot "JJeSf&u^" rose up to 
meet them ; and he bowed him- 
self with his face uJ^&TSLa ; 
^ and he said, Behold now, my 
lorda, ■'tum '^ I pray you, into 
yoor serrant's house, and tarry 
all night, 'and wash your feet, 
and ye dliall rise up early, and 
go <m your ^H^ And they said, 
*3f ay ; but we will abide in the 
street all night. ^ And he 
tnSSFLtm them greatly ; and they 
tmnedm unto mm, and entered 
into bis house; and he made 
than a feast, and did bake un- 
leavened l»ead, and they did 
eat. * But before they lay down, 
the men of the city, even tiie men 
of Sodom, compaissed the house 
round, both ''as* and ySiJi, all the 
peoi^e fipom every JSSS; ^ 'and 
they called unto Lot, and said 
unto him. Where are the men 
which came in to thee this 
night? '"bring tiiem out unto 
us, that we "may know them. 
« And Lot went out '5S'?h?SS.r*°uSS 
fS S and shut the door after 
^ ^ And** said, I pray you, "" 
brethr^ do not so wickedly. 
^ 'Behold now, I have two daugh- 
ters which have not known man ; 



a Judy. 6. 



bob. IS.U. 
cBx.2.14. 



tWtoiLia 
17. 

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au 
* Acu la 11. 

/Heb. lai 
Cp^ Jodg. 
4.U. 

ggeech. la 



kCn.I<ike 
24. ML 

< > Pst. a. 7, 
B. 
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ich.ta.aii. 



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Jer. SI. a. 



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cpLch. lau. 



mjiidc.ia 

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lag. tat mg.). 



pCiLjndc. 
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a 
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let me, I pray you, bring than 
out unto you, and do ye to them 
as is good in your eyes: only 
unto these men do nothing; 

^fonumoch as they are come utiHai- -tntx 
tot therefore came they unuer IDe 

sluidow of my roof ^ And they 
swd. Stand back. And they SH 
again, This OHO fellow *came in to 
sojourn, and "he will needs be a 
judge: now will we deal worse 
vrim thee, than with them. And 
they pressed sore upon the man, 
even Lot, and SSi near to break 
the door. ^° But the men put 
forth their hand, and *JSa&' Lot 
into the hou^e to them, and shut 
to the door. " And they smote 
the men tlmt were at the door 
of the house with * blindness, 
both small and great: so that 
they wearied themselves to find 
the door. ''^ And the men said 
unto Lot, Hast thou here any 
besides? son in law, and thy 
sons, and thy daughters, and 
""ISS^^ thou hast in the ?,'^; 

* bring them out of ^1 place: 
^^ for we will destroy this place, 
^because the cry of them is 
waxen great before the lace of the 
Lord; and the Lord hath sent 
us to destroy it ^ And Lot 
went out, and spake imto his 
sons in law, which "married his 
daughters, and said, *Up, get 
you out of this place; for the 
IX)KD will destroy ^ city. But 

lio fwamiv'\ ontohJsaoiuliiIkWMoiiethat 
uc CK^ouicu u one that mocked onto his Kini 

•^S*- ^^ And when the morning 
arose, then the angels hastened 
Lot, saying, Arise, take thy 
wife, and thy two ^^tSl which 

* are here ; lest thou be con- 
sumed in the '''* iniquity of the 
city. ^ j^i^, he "XSS^r** 
the men laid hold upon his 
hand, and upon the hand of 
his wife, and upon the hand of 
his two daughters; 'the Lord 



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being mercifiil unto him: and 
they Drought him forth, and set 
him without the city. " And 
it came to pass, when they 
had brought them forth abroao, 
that he said, Escape for thy life ; 
^look not behind thee, neither 
stay thou in all the '^^ ; escape 
to the mountain, lest thou be 
consumed. ''^ And Lot said unto 
them. Oh, not so, 'my ^ : ^° be- 
hold now, thy servant hath found 
grace in thy sight, and thou hast 
magnified thy mercy, which thou 
hast shewed unto me in saving 
my life ; and I cannot escape to 
the mountain, lest „n,e "evil °*gK" 
me, and I die : 2° behold now, this 
city is near to flee unto, and it is 
a Uttle one: Oh, let me escape 
thither, (is it not a little one?) 
and my soul shall live. ^And 
he said unto him. See, I have 
accepted 'thee concerning this 
thing also, that I will not over- 
throw thit d^Vthe which thou 
hast spoken. ^ Haste thee, 
escape thither; for I cannot do 
an^y thing till thou be come 
thither. Therefore the name 
of the city was called '•♦Zoar. 
23 The sun was * risen upon the 
earth wheu Lot eSSiSdXto Zoar. 
'^ Then -^the Lord rained upon 
Sodom and upon Gomorrah 
brimstone and fire from the 
LoBD out of heaven ; ^^ and he 
overthrew those cities, and all 
the p^ and all the inhabitants 
of me cities, and that M'hich 
grew upon the ground. ^° But 
his wife looked Mick from behind 
him, and she became ''a pillar of 
salt " And Abraham gat up 
early in the morning to the place 
where he ^^ *8tood before the 
Lobd: "^ and he looked toward 
Sodom and Gomorrah, and to- 
ward aU the land of the ^ 



aSeech. 8. 



Ci>.lUt(.a«. 
16—18. 
e ch. la la 



• ah. 14,1. 



/Dent 2a 

Laid. 4.6. 
AmM4.ll. 
Zeph.a.«. 
Lake 17. a. 
3FM.Z«. 
Jade?, at 



LukelT. n. 



ki^ 18.92. 
i Deut. 2. 9. 



and beheld, and, lo, the smoke » 
of the oJSStoy went up as the a 
smoke of a fiimaca i 

** And it came to pass, when .: 
God destroyed the cities of 
the 5w? that God "remembered i 
Abraham, and sent Lot out of ' 
the midst of the overthrow, < 
when he overthrew the cities j 
in the which Lot dwelt. i 

^ And Lot went up out of i 
Zoar, and ''dwelt in the moun- 
tain, and his two daughters with i 
him; for he feared to dwell in i 
Zoar : and he dwelt in a cave, he i 
and his two daughters. ^'' And the 
firstborn said unto the younger. 
Our fiither is old, and there is i 
not a man in the earth to come 
in unto us after the manner of 
all the earth: ^2 come, let us 
make our father drink wiue, and 
we will lie with him, that we 
may preserve seed of our father. 
33 And they made their father 
drink wine that night: and the 
firstborn went in, and lay with 
her fiither; and he p^*ed not 
when she lay down, nor when 
she arose. 34^^ j^ came to 
pass on the morrow, that the 
firstborn said unto the younger. 
Behold, I lay yesternight with 
my father: let us make him 
dnnk wine this night also; and 
go thou in, and Be with him, 
that we may preserve seed of 
our father. 3ff^,j ^gy made 
their fiither drink wine that 
night also: and the younger 
arose, and lay with him ; and he 
p^'Jed not when she lay down, 
nor when she arose. 33 Thus were 
both the daughters of Lot with 
child by their fatlwr. ^' And tike 
firstborn bare a son, and called 
his name Moab: 'tiie same is 
the father of the Moabites unto 
this day. 38 ^d ^q younger, 



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she also bare a son, and called 
hia name Ben-ammi : "the same 
is tlie father of the children of 
Ammon tinto this day. 

^AndAbraham journeyed 
20 frtni^ thence toward the 

Und o( tbe South, „,,J dw«H 
■oath ooontiy, »UU dwelled 

betweefn ^Kadeeh and |^^' and 
*■ 'sojourned in *Gerar. ^And 
Abraham said of Sarah his wife, 
'She is my sister : and Abimelech 
king of Gerar sent, and took 
Sarah. ^ * But God came to 
Almnelech ''in a dream "'bV'^ 
night, and said to Mm, Behold, 
thou art but a dead man, ^^°^ 
the woman which thou hast 
taken ; for she is * a man's wife. 
* ^t Abimelech had not come 
near her: and he said, 'Lord, 
wilt thou slay SS a righteous 
nation? * Said he not "°«" 
unto me. She is my sister? and 
she, even she herself said, He is 
my brother: in the 'integrity 
of my heart and ** innocency 
of my hands hare I done this. 
^ And God said unto him in ^' 
dream, Yea, I know that '?hiS' 

Mccritr of thy heart thon hut done thli, and 
S£t tbU la tbe InteKrity of thy heart; for 

I also withheld thee from siiming 
''against me: therefore suffered 
I uiee not to touch her. ^ Kow 
therefore restore the ,^ju, wife ; 
'for he is a prophet, and he 
shall pray for thee, and thou 
shalt five: and if thou restore 
her not, know thou that thou 
shalt siurel^ die, thou, "and aU 
that are thma ^ -n^on Abime- 
lech rose early in the morning, 
and called all his servants, and 
told all these things in their 
ears: and the men were sore 
afraid. ° Then Abimelech called 
Abraham, and said unto him, 
What hast thou done unto us? 
and "SS*» have I "^SSXi"* thee, 
that tiiou hast brought on me 



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» oh. Ml 7, 
14. 
e FrOT. 16. & 

<ob.IB.& 
/oh. 12.13 

; 8m oh. 12, 

&2ekT— 11. 

;kCi>.ch.ll. 
n. 

< Fa 106. K 

yjobs&is, 
111. 

Matt. I. «) 
42.11 

it ch. 12. 1. 



! ch. la a. 
Cp. 1 Chr. 21. 

moh. 12. U. 
aoh. 121*. 



ch. la. 9 
AS4.10. 



p Cp. ver. B. 



toh.se. a 

Pa. SI. 4. . 
rCpLCh.2«. 



• 1 Sam. 7. i. 
Job 42. & 
f Gp. JancB 



ie.a,3a. 
• Cp.oh.12 

17. 



zoh.17. 1* 

A ta 10, 14. 

yHeb. II. 
11. 
Cp.aal.4>S3. 

<oh. 17. n. 



and on my kingdom a great sin? 
thou hast done deeds unto me 
that ought not to be done. '"And 
Abimelech said imto Abraham, 
What sawest thou, that thou 
hast done this thmg? "And 
Abraham said, Because Ithought, 
Surely "the fear of God is not in 
this place ; and •'they will slay 
me lor my wife's sake. '* And 

moieorer AoUa ia indeed mv 'ieter, 
yet indeed »ne 18 my gigteri 

,h. u the daughter of my father, 
but not the daughter of my 
mother; and she became my 
Irifl' ^^ Sd it came to pass, when 
*God caused me to wander from 
my father's house, that I said 
unto her. This is thy kindness 
which thou shalt shew unto me ; 
at every place whither we shall 
come, "say of me, He is mv 
brother. ^ And Abimelech "took 
^, and oxen, and SS^n"^. and 
womenseirvants, and gave them 
unto Abraham, and restored him 
Sarah his wife. ''^ And Abime- 
lech said, Behold, "my land is 
before thee: dwell 'where it 

Eleaseththee. '^ And unto Sarah 
e said. Behold, I have given ^Ihy 
brother a thousand pieces of sil- 
ver: behold, hi is '&' thee 'a 
covering of the eySTu^o aU that 

oro iirith Uiee; griH ''° leepect of all 

are wiin the,; ana ,^a, ^ o»«r} 

. ■ thon art righted. , 17 And t A hra.TiAm 
thus Bhe wa» reprored. So AUrauam 

prayed xmto God: and God healed 
Abimelech, and his wife, and his 
maidservants ; and they bare 
children. '^ For the Lord 'had 
fest closed up all the wombs of 
the house of Abimelech, because 
of Sarah Abraham's wife. 

' And the Lord "visited 
21 Sarah as he had said, and 
the Lord did unto Sarah 
"as he had spoken. ^ i^ Sarah 
•'conceived, and bare Abraham 
a son in his old age, 'at the set 
time of which God had spoken 



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to him. ^ And Abraham called 
the name of his son that was 
bom unto him, whom Sarah 
bare to him, ''Isaac * And 
Abraham "circmncised hia son 
Isaac "'"g^fng™' eight days old, 
''as God had commanded him. 
° And 'Abraham was an hun- 
dred years old, when his son 
Isaac was bom unto him. ® And 
Sarah said, -^God hath ^made 

mo tr\ I«agh: eTenr one that bearath urill 
me Vi j^agb, BO that aU that hear "»" 

laugh with me. ^ And she said. 
Who would have said unto 
Abraham, that Sarah should 
havl'S'Ten children suck? "for I 
have %^" him a son in his old 
age. 

® And the child grew, and was 
weaned: and Abraham made a 
great feast the «^ day that Isaac 
was weaned. ^ And Sarah 'saw 
the son of Hagar the Egyptian, 
which she had ^^* unto Abra- 
ham, '•'mocking. '° Wherefore 
she said unto Abraham, *Cast 
out this bondwoman and her 
son: for the son of this bond- 
woman shall not be heir with 
my son, even with Isaac. " And 
the thiug was very grievous in 
Abraham's sight °?^S^"" of his 
son. '^ And (Jod said unto 
Abraham, Let it not be grievous 
in thy sight because of the lad, 
and because of thy bondwoman ; 
in all that Sarah ha^'^d unto 
thee, hearken unto her voice; 
for "in Isaac shall thy seed be 
called. "And also of the son 
of the bondwoman will I make 
^a nation, because he is thy 
seed. ■•* And Abraham rose up 
early in the morning, and took 
i5^ and a 'bottle of water, 
and gave it unto Hagar, putting 
it on her shoulder, and the child, 
and sent her away : and she de- 



fcch. 17. VH 
e Acts 7. 8. 



dch. 17.10. 
II. 
c oh. 17. 1, 

n. 

Bom. 4.1)1. 



/Cni«»i. 
54* 1 

ia>L4.Z7. 



v ch. la u, 



A Num. 2a. 

ai. 

1 Khi. 6. 17, 

18,30. 

Cp. Luke 24. 

16,31. 

<ch. ie.1. 
IS. 

/cp,a*L4. 

lCit«d 

0>1.4.»L 



m oh. 2a I 
ch.2a.l. 



2^ 



n Cp. ch. 26. 
2S. 



o Cited 
Rom-Ar 
tHeb. II. U. 



p Ter. 18. 
c:i IJ. 10 
* 17. 90k 

4eh.2aM. 



Sarted, and wandered in the wil- 
emess of "Beer-sheba. ^^ And 

iha xani»r '■> U» bottle wu spent, on/1 
me Waier wm apent in the botUa, "Ua 

she cast the child under one of 
the shrabs. '^ And she went, 
and sat her down over against 
him a good way off, as it were a 
bowshot: for she said. Let me 
not ><»i;^i»» the death of the 
child. And she sat over against 
him, and lift up her voice, and 
wept " And God heard the 
voice of the lad ; and the angel 
of God called to Hagar out of 
heaven, and said unto her. What 
aileth thee, Hagar? fear not; 
for God hath heard the voice of 
the lad where he is. '^ Arise, 
lift up the lad, and hold him in 
thine hand; for I will make him 
a great nation. ^^ And *God 
opened her eyes, and she saw a 
well of water; and she went, 
and filled the bottle with water, 
and gave the lad drink. 2° And 
God was with the fej. and he 
gj;; and ■■" dwelt in the wilder- 
ness, 'and 'became an archer. 
^And he dwelt in the wilder- 
ness of Paran: and his mother 
took him a wife out of the land 
of Egypt 

^ And it came to pass at that 
time, that "Abimeledi and ^S 
the chief captain of his host spsJ^e 
unto Abraham, saying, "God is 
with thee in all that mou doest: 
^ now therefore swear unto me 
here by God 'that thou wilt not 
deal felsely with me, nor with 
"my son, nor with my son's son : 
but 'according to the kindness 
that I have done unto thee, 
thou shalt do unto me, and 
to the land wherein thou hast 
sojourned. ^And Abraham said, 
I will swear. ^ And Abraham 
reproved Abimelech because of 



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ty nttprimft iwr wlU my ptateritu 



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*5* well of water, which Abime- 
kch's servants "had violently 
taken away. ^ And Abimelech 
eaid, I ^St i^ot who hath done 
this thing: neitiier didst thou 
tell me, neither yet heard I of 
it> bat }S^j. " And Abraham 
took sheep and oxen, and gave 
tiiem mito Abimelech; and ^^g 
of*iSLi 'made a covenant ^And 
Abraham set seven ewe lambs of 
the flock by themselvea ^ And 
Abimelech said unto Abraham, 
What mean these seven ewe 
lambs which thou hast set by 
themselves ? ^ And he said, 
rScoSae seven ewe lambs shalt 
thou take of my hand, that thw 
may be a witness unto me, that I 
have digged this welL ^ Where- 
fore *he called tiiat place *Beer- 
sheba ; because there they aware 
both of them. '^ ifS, they made 
a covenant at Beer-sheba: tb'en 
Abimelech rose up, and ^^'1 
the diief captain of his host, and 
they retnnied into the land of 
ihe Philistines. ^^ And Abra- 
ham planted a '•"^J,'^ in Beer- 
sheba, and -^called there on the 
name of the Lord, "the fJSuSuSf 
God. ^ And Abraham sojourned 
in ine phiUttinea' land many oays. 
'* And it came to pass 
22 aft«r these things, that 
<Qod did £S?t Abraham, 
and said unto him, i^^j and 
he said, jBeiSiT/i^hm. 'And he 
said, Take now thy son, thine 

^nlv Mia, whom tboa loTMt, eren Inac, anH 
only .miMCwhomthonloTCTt, »"" 

get tiiee into ''the land of 
Moriah; and offer him there 
for a mimt offering upon one 
cf the mountains which I will 
tdl dtee o£ ^ And Abraham 
rose „p early in the morning, 
and ^dled his ass, and took 
two of his young men with him, 
and Isaac his |^; and ^' clave I 



u,u,ai>-ia 



f Cp. Jdin 

g. 17. 



«C|i. John 
I. ab.w 
k 1 Pet. 1. 1> 
ft JUv. S. U. 



/oh.4.W 

i 12 & 

7lMl.40l9B. 

Cp.Fi.sa 2. 

kHeb.ll.11. 
Jmim«2.SL 



( I Cor. la 
1:1. 

HeK II. 17. 
JamM I. IX 
u. 
ll>etl.e,7. 



ycixMic 
e.i,». 

k i Ohr. a I. 
I0|>,<h.2e. 



the wood for the burnt offering, 
and rose up, and went unto the 

Elace of which Gtod had told 
im. * Thra on the third day 
Abraham lifted up his eyes, and 
saw the place afar off. ^ And 
Abraham said unto his voung 
men. Abide ye here witn the 
U". and I and the lad will go 
^yond"' and "•"'" worship, and 
come again to j'ou. ® And 
Abraham took the wood of the 
burnt offering, and "laid it upon 
Isaac his son; and he took 

In hlf hand the flra anr\ the tnifA • anrt 
the Are In Ms hand. »"" a JOUie , anO 

they went both of them together. 
^ And Isaac spake unto Abraham 
his father, and said, My father: 
and he said, 'Here am I, my 
son. And he said, |^°^ the 
fire and the wood: but where is 
the 'lamb for a burnt offering? 
° And Abraham said, My«>n. 'God 
will 'provide himself '»• lamb 
for a burnt ""'^'Sfeinf """ : so they 
went both of them together. 
® And they came to the place 
which Qoa had told him of; 
and Abraham built ^ altar 
there, and laid the wood in 
order, and bound Isaac his son, 
and *laid him on the S^* upon 
the wood. ^° And Abraham 
stretched forth his hand, and 
took the knife to slay his son. 
" And the angel of the Lord 
called unto him out of heaven, 
and said, Abraham, Abraham: 
and he said, Here am I. '* And 
he said, ■'Lay not thine hand 
upon the lad, neither do thou 
any thing unto him: for 'now 
I know Siat thou fearest God, 
seeing thou hast not withheld 
thy son, thine only ^- from me. 
^^ And Abraham lifted up his 
eyes, and looked, and fi^hoid' 
behind him a ram caught in '»® 
thicket by his horns : and Abra- 



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ham went and took the ram, 
and offered him up for a burnt 
offering in the stead of his son. 
^* And Abraham called the name 
of that place '"'Jehovah-jireh: 
as it is said to this day, In 
the mount of the Lord 'it shall 
be "'^•^ ^^And the angel of 
the Lord called unto Abraham 

a Moond time ont of heaven. 16 anr\ qdiH 
out of heaven the seoond time, J»UU HaiU, 

^Bj myself have I sworn, saith 
the Lord, {„ because thou hast 
done this thing, and hast not 
withheld thy son, thine only 
son: "" that in blessing I will 
bless thee, and in multiplying 
I will multiply thy seed ^as the 
stars of the heaven, and '^as 
the sand which is upon the 
sea ^shore; and thy seed shall 
possess 'the gate of his enemies ; 
1° and -^in thy seed shall all the 
nations of the earth 'be blessed ; 
*because thou hast obeyed my 
voice. ^^ So Abraham returned 
unto his young men, and they 
rose up and went together 
to 'Beer-sheba; and Abraham 
dwelt at 'Beer-sheba. 

^°And it came to pass after 
these things, that it was told 
Abraham, saying, Behold, "*Mil- 
cah, she fe&fe™ children unto 
thy brother Nahor; 21 h^ his 
firstborn, and "Buz his brother, 
and Kemuel the father of iS5' 
^ and Chesed, and Hazo, and 
Pildash, and Jidlaph, and Beth- 
ueL 23 j^^ ^Bethuel begat 
Eebekah: these eight g^i^aS 
bear to Nahor, Abraham's bro- 
ther. ^ And his concubine, 
whose name was Beumah, she 
^^ Tebah, and Gaham, and 

S&SSl and faS;. 

lAnd theiiieof gaj.jj^ ^g^ 

2'^ an hundred and seven and 

*^ twenty years old: these were 

the years of the Me of SaraL 



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Jadg. 1. 1& 

tnr.U. 



d cb. 17. & 
lChr.38.U. 
Pi. IOS.U. 
Heb. 11.11,11. 

• AetaT.t. 

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'^And Sarah died in _^„_,„ 
•a* same is 'iSSSS'- in the land o^ 
Canaan : and Abraham came to 
mourn for Sarah, and to weep 
for her. ^ And Abraham Jg^ 
up from before his dead, and 
spake unto the "^iJS" of Heth, 
saying, '^ ''I am a stranger and 
a sojourner with you : 'give me 
a possession of a buryingplace 
with you, that I may bury my 
dead out of my sight ^ And the 
children of Heth answered Abra- 
ham, saying unto him, ° Hear 
us, my lord: thou arf a mighty 
prince among us : in the choice 
of our sepulchres bury thy dead ; 
none of us shall withhold from 
thee his sepulchre, but that thou 
mayest bury thy dead. ' And 
Abraham JS& up, and bowed 
himself to the people of the 
land, even to the children of 
Heth. ° And he conununed with 
them, saying. If it be your mind 
that I should bury my dead out 
of my ^^. hear me, and in- 
treat for me to Ephron the son 
of Zohar, • that he may give me 
the cave of Machpelah, which 
he bath, which is in the end of 
his field; for '^^^^^S^e^fl^" 
iS,SSfeSM']?v1?fS!' t^^£^^^^ 

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And .Ciuuron ^^^j ^^^^ 

the children of Heth : andEphron 
the Hittite answered Abraham 
in the "audience of the children 
of Heth, even of all that 'went 
in at the gate of his city, saying, 
^^ Nay, my lord, hear me : the 
field give I thee, and the cave 
that is therein, I give it thee ; in 
the presence of the sons of my 
people give I it thee: bury thy 
dead. " And Abraham tiowed 
^rUiSffi before the people of 
die land. " And he spake unto 
Ephron in the audience of the 



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people of the land, saying. But 
if thou ^"^^u. I pray thee, 
hear me; I will give a!^£SSSyio, 
the field ; take it of me, and I 
will bury my dead there. ''* And 
Eidinm answered Abraham, say- 
JMtg onto him, ^^ My lord, hearken 
unto me: 'f^^^^J^ four 
hundred 'shekels of iji^s;-. what is 
ibaJt betwixt me and tliee? bury 
thoefore thy dead. '^ And Abra- 
ham heariceneduntoEphron ; and 
Abraham ''weighed to Ephron 
the Bolver, whidi he had named 
in the audience of the "^S" of 
Hedi, four hundred shekels of 
silTer, current maneu with the 
™»diant " ^ /the field of 
Ephron, which was in Mach- 
pelah, which was before Mamre, 
the field, uid the cave which 
was th^«in, and all the trees 
that were in the field, that were 
in all the *°^SSr°' round abou<^ 
were made sure ^° unto Abraham 
for a possession in the presence 
of the children of Heth, before 
aD that went in at the gate 
of his city. ^^ And after this, 
Abraham buried Sarah his wife 
in the cave of the field of Mach- 
pelah bef(H% ^J^.'gS same is 
s£Si^ in the land of Canaan. 



^And the field, and the caye 
that is therein, ''were made sure 
unto Abraham for a possession 
of a bnryiDgplace by the '='^iJ^ 
of Heth. 

^ And Abraham was old, 
^-A <tnd ' well stricken in age : 
■ and theLoKD "had blessied 
Aln'aham in all thingR. ^ And 
Alvaham said unto his "aSS^t 
'IS^SS* of his house, that ruled 
over all tiliat he had, ^Put, I 
[way thee, thy hand under my 
thigh: ^ and I will make thee 
swear by the Lobd, the God of 
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that "thou shalt not take a wife 
JSlo Day son of the daughters of 
the Oanaanites, among whom 
I dwell: ♦"but thou shalt go 
unto my country, and to my 
kindred, and take a wife JSu> nay 
son Isaac. ° And the servant 
said unto him, Peradventure the 
woman will not be willing to 
follow me unto this land: must 
I needs bring thy son again 
unto the land from whence uiou 
earnest? °And Abraham said 
unto him, Beware thou that thou 
bring not my son thither again. 
' The ^KkT" God of heaven, 
4%^ took me from my &ther's 
house, and from the land of my 
ktotoS: and Jwdi spake unto me, 
and that sware imto me, saying, 
"Unto thy seed will I give this 
land; ^he shall send Ms angel 
before thee, and thou shalt take 
a wife ^ my son from tiience. 
8 And if the woman ^fi«„S?*b« 
willing to follow thee, then *thou 
shalt be clear from this my ^^! 
only ■*'~ ^ SSt "^^ nay son 
thiuier again. ' And the ser- 
vant ^put his hand under the 
thigh of Abraham his master, 
and sware to him concerning 
^\ matter. ^° And the servant 
took ten ^tfe of the camels 
of his master, and departed; 

ihkTing all Eoodlr tbinga of hli mutei'a ]» 
t for all tbe goods of nlB muter wero "^ 

his hand: and he arose, and 
went to ''Mesopotamia, unto 
the city of Nahor. " And he 

ade uf camels to kneel down 
without the city by *^' well of 
water at the time of u,, evening, 

» the time ^that "women go 
out to draw water. ^^ And he 
SMd, ^Si'i,"'" God of my master 
Abraham, 'r^A^&^^iSi'^^ good 
speed this day, and shew kind- 
ness unto my master Abraham. 
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^M^ of water; and the daugh- 
ters of the men of the city come 
out to draw water : '* and let it 
come to pass, that the damsel 
to whom 1 shall say, Let down 
thy pitcher, I pray thee, that I 
may drink; and she shall say, 
Drmk, and I will give thy camels 
drink also: let the same be she 
that thou hast appointed for 
thy servant Isaac ; and ''thereby 
shall I know that thou hast 
shewed kindness unto my master. 
^^ And it came to pass, before he 
had done speaking, that, behold, 
Rebekah came out, who was 
bom to ^^t"h"S^ son of "Milcah, 
the wife of Nahor, Abraham's 
brother, with her pitcher upon 
her shoulder. '^ And the dam- 
sel *was *very fair to look upon, 
a virgin, neither had any man 
known her: and she went down 
to the 'T<jJ!°' and filled her 
pitcher, and came up. ^^And 
the servant ran to meet her, 
and SMd, «"«ESSe.'^'^ I pray 
thee, drink a little water of thy 
pitcher. ^^ And she said. Drink, 
my lord: and she hasted, and 
let down her pitcher upon her 
hand, and gave nim drink ''And 
when she had done giving him 
drink, she said, I will draw ^^ 
for thy camels also, until they 
have done drinking. ^ And she 
hasted, and emptied her pitcher 
into the trough, and ran again 
unto the well to a^jTi^ and 
drew for all his camels. '" And 

fVia TTian looked steiUsiUy on her; holding 
ine man wondering at her held 

his peace, to "^ whether the 
Lord had made his journey 
prosperous or not ^ And it 
came to pass, as the camels had 
done drinking, that the man took 
a golden ^£Sag of 'half a shekel 
weight, and two bracelets for 
her hands of ten shekels weight 



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of gold; ^ and said, Whose 
daughter art thou? tell me, I 
pray uiM-.S there room in Ay 
father's house for us to lodge 
in? ^ And she said unto him, 
"I am the daughter of Bethuel 
the son of Milctui, which she bare 
unto Nahor. ^^ She said more- 
over unto him, We have both 
straw and provender enough, 
and room to lodge in. ^ And 
*the man bowed down his head, 
andworshipped the Lord. "And 
he said. Blessed be the ^!Sk»'^ 
God of my master Abraham, 

who hath not i^n dentltute my niMter of 

^his mercy and his truth *"««>«»» 

• I being In the w»y, Wie UOKU 

'^'^ led me *" "•• '^ to the house 
of my master's brethren. ^ And 
the damsel ran, and told oum of her 
mother's house "~^"£^jSiS£.™^ 
^ And Rebekah had a brother, 
and his name was *Laban: and 
Laban ran out unto the man, 
unto the '"^^ 8° And it came 
to pass, when he saw- the ej3?feg 
and ""• bracelets upon his sister's 
hands, and when ne heard the 
words of Rebekah his sister, 
saying, Thus spake the man 
unto me; that he came unto 
the man; and, behold, he stood 
by the camels at the "TeSf^ 
^And he said. Come in, ■'tiiou 
blessed of the Lord ; wherefore 
standest thou without? for I 
have prepared the house, and 
room for the camels. ^* And 
the man came into the g^^. and 
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camels, and ^ water to wash his 
{"t, and the men's feet that were 
with him. " And there was set 
meat before him to eat: but he 
said, I will not eat, until I have 
told mine errand. And he said, 
on. ^ And he said, I am 



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Alwaham's Bervaot °° And the 
LiOBD 'hath blessed my master 
greatly; and he is become great: 
axtd he hath giyen him t^l and 
herds, and ^S, ^od gold, and 
^S^S^tt and maidservanta, and 
as;fe and asses. ^°And Sarah 
my master's wife ''bare a son to 
my master when she was old: 
and ''wito h\m hath he given 
all that he hath. ^^ And "^my 
master made me swear, saying, 
Hum shalt not take a wife 't 
my son of the daughters of the 
Ganstfuiite^ in whose land I 
dwell: ^ but thou ahalt go 
onto my fother's house, and to 
my kindred, and take a wife 
^ my son. ^ And I said unto 
my master, Peradrenture the 
woman will not follow me. ^And 
he aeid unto me. The Lobd, 'be- 
fore whom I walk, will send his 
angel with thee, and '^prosper 
thy wa^; and thou shait take 
a wife for my son of my kindred, 
Midofmy&ther'shouse: "^^then 
ab&lt thou be clear from ^^ 
my oath, when tliou comeat to 
my kinched; and if they give 
■^"tU?^ thou shalt be clear 
from my oath. ^^ And I came 
this day unto the '^^ and 
id, 'O^i?" God of my master 



saic 

Abraham, if now thou *do pros- 
per my way which I go: ^ be- 
hold, I stand "by the 'Tdf of 
wat^r: and i^ii^ come to pass, 
that *%2rSf ^'rS? oometh forth 
to dSr^^TlS fSTto'Sr. Give me, 
I pray thee, a little water of thy 
mtcher to drink; ^ "and she 
"^ 8^ to me, Both drink thou, 
and I will aJso draw for thy 
camels: let the same be the 
woman whom the Lobd hath 
iq>pointed oat for my master's 
8M1. *® And before I had done 
'speaking in mine heart, be- 



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hold, Rebekah came forth with 

her pitcher on her shoulder; 

and she went down unto the 
fountjto. and jire^ ^^. an^ i 

said unto her. Let me drink, 
I pray thee. *® And she made 
haste, and let down her pitcher 
from her shoulder, and said. 
Drink, and I will give thy 
camels drink also: so I drank, 
and she made the camels drink 
also. *^ And I asked her, and 
said, Whose daughter art thou? 
And she said. The daughter of 
Bethuel, Nahor's son, whom 
Milcah bare unto him: 'and I 
put the ,£95g upon her ?S? and 
the bracelets upon her hands. 
** •'And I bowed down ™y head, 
and worshipped the Lokd, and 
blessed the ^SJ,"" God of 
my master Abraham, which had 
led me in the right way to take 
'my master's brother's daughter 
u'Sto his son. *^And now if ye 
will ^'deal kindly and truly with 
my master, tell me : and if not, 
tell me ; that I may turn to 
the right hand, or to the lefL 
50 Then Laban and Bethuel 
answered and said, The thing 
proceedeth from the Lord: we 
cannot *speak unto thee bad or 
good. 5^ Behold, Rebekah is 
before thee, take her, and go, 
and let her be thy master's son's 
wife, "as the Lord hath spoken. 
52 And it came to pass, that, 
when Abraham's servant heard 
their words, ^he ^"fg SJSiSJ ^^d. 

to the earth onto the Lord. 53 A nH f ha 
ImwifwkiiitMt/ to the earth. AUU Wie 

servant brought forth "jewels 
of silver, and jewels of gold, 
and raiment, and gave uiem 
to Rebekah: he gave also to 
her brother and to her mother 
precious thingai ^ And they 
did eat and cuink, he and the 
men that were with him, and 



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tarried all night; and they rose 
up in the morning, and he said, 
"Send me away unto my master. 
^ And her brother and her 
mother said. Let the damsel 
abide witii us *a/ew days, at 
the least ten; after that she 
shall go. ^ And he said unto 
them, Hinder me not, seeing 
the Lord hath prospered my 
way; send me away that I may 
go to my master. " And they 
said, We will call the damsel, and 
inquire at her mouth. ^And 
they called Rebekah, and said 
unto her. Wilt thou go with this 
man? And she saio^ I will go. 
*^ And they sent away Bebekah 
their sister, and 'her nurse, and 
Abraham's servant^ and his men. 
^ And they blessed Bebekah, 
and said unto her, Tho^ our sister, 
be thou ^the mother of thousands 
of •«°„*SSSSr^ and *let thy seed 
possess the gate of those which 
hate them. ^ And Bebekah 
arose, and her damsels, and they 
rode upon the camels, and fol- 
lowed tne man : and the servant 
took Bebekah, and went his way. 
^And Isaac came ^firom the 
way of th'e^S^SilSrt ; for he dwelt 
inthe'^^u'Ji^lX^ ^ And Isaac 
went out "*to meditate in the 
field at the eventide: and he 
lifted up his eyes, and saw, 
and, behold, '^tSS'.SSSS^ coming. 
** And Bebekah lifted up her 
eyes, and when she saw Isaac, 
she lighted off the cameL ^sAnd 
she juui said unto the servant. 
What man is this that walketh 
in the field to meet us? And 
the servant Had said. It is my 
master: the"for. she took YtX 
and covered herself ^ And the 
servant told Isaac all **"" things 
that he had done. ^ And Isaac 
brought her into his mother 



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Sarah's tent, and took Bebekah, 
and she became his wife; and 
he loved her: and Isaac was 
^comforted after his mother's 
death. 

' The^^*"" ^^raliam took 
mii<rth« yf^Q^ and her name 

was KeturaL ^ And ''she 
bare him Zimran, and Jokshan, 
and Medan, and Midian, and 
Ishbak, and Shuah. ^ And Jok- 
shan begat Sheba, and Dedan. 
And the sons of Dedan were 
Asshurim, and Letushim, and 
Leummim. * And the sons of 
Midian ; Ephah, and Epher, and 
Ibmocfa^ and au& ana Eldaah. 
All these were the children of 
Eeturah. ° And /Abraham gave 
all that he had unto Isaac. °But 
unto the sons of the concubmes, 
which Abraham had, Abraham 
gave |«t' and ''* *sent them 
away from Isaac his son, while 
he yet lived, eastward, '^unto the 
east country. ' And these are 
the days of the years of Abra- 
ham's life which he lived, an 
hundred threescore and fifteen 
years. ^rSm Abraham *gave up 
the ghost, and 'died in a good 
old age, an old man, and full 0/ 
pears ; and was gathered to his 
peopl& ^ And jj, „„, Isaac and 
Ishmael '^ "^ buried him in the 
cave of Machpelah, ia the field 
of Ephron the son of Zohar the 
Hittite, which is before Mamre ; 
"* the field ^which Abraham pur- 
chased of the <*iJSr of Heth: 
'there was Abraham buried, and 
Sarah his wife. '' And it came 
to pass after the death of Abra- 
ham, that God blessed Jr£,5"iiSS ; 
and Isaac dwelt by th'e^^'^SiffJi.i. 
'2 Now these are the genera- 
tions of Ishmael, Abraham's son, 
'whom Hagar the Egyptian, Sa- 
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ham: ^^and'these are the names 
of the sons of Ishmael, by their 
™""f!«, acoordii^ to their geoera- 
tiona : the firstborn of Ishmael, 
'haSSi; and 'Kedar, and Ad- 
be^ttind Mihsam, ^ and Mishma, 
and Dnmah, and JSS,' ^* '^^dS. 
and •Tema, •''Jetur, •'Naphish, 
and KedemiiEih : ^^ these are the 
scms of Ishmael, and these are 
thor namee, by their tJjISSI' and 
Y>y their ""•SaKT""; * twelve 
{winces according to their na- 
tions. '" And these are the years 
of the life of Ishmael, an hundred 
and thirty and seven years : and 
he *gave np the ghost and died; 
and was gathered onto hispeople. 
^ And "they dwelt firom Havuah 
unto "^^ that is before Egypt, 
aa thoa goest toward Assyria : 
a»i he V^ *in tiie presence of 
all his brethren. 

*And these are the genera- 
faons of Isaac, Abraham's son : 
'Abraham b^at Isaac : ^ and 
Isaac was for^ years old when 
he took BrtSffito^e. 'the daugh- 
ter of Bethuel the 'Syrian of 
'aSS5SS»- 'the sister g Laban 
the**'^^^!^'"'- "And Isaac 
intzeated the Lord for his wife, 
because she was barren: and 
'the Lord was intreated of 
him, and Rebekah his wife con- 
ceived. ^ And the children 
atmgded together within her ; 
andAe said, If it be so, 'l^T 
^5^? And she went "to inquire 
of the LoBa ^And the Lobd 
said unto her, 

"Two nations are in thy womb. 

And two BMnST^peopie shall be 

separated "" from thy ^SSil 

And "the one people shall be 

stronger than the other 

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And *the elder shall serve the 
younger. 
** And when her days to be de- 
livered were fulfilled, behold, 
there were twins in her womb. 
26 And the first came Xt 'red, 
■•all over like an hairy garment ; 
and they called his name Esau. 
28 And after that came '°^ his 
iJSS"J„u and 'his hand ^k 
hold on Esau's heel ; and 'his 
name was called 'Jacob : and 
Isaac was threescore years old 
when she bare them. 27 ^^ 
the boys grew : and Esau was 
''a crmning hunter, a man of the 
field; and Jacob was a 'plain 
man, 'dwelling in tents. 28 now 
Isaac loved Esau, because "^he 
did eat of his venison : ^t Re- 
bekah loved Jacob. 29 ^j 
Jacob sod pottage : and Esau 
came '° from the field, and he 
was feiint: ^ and Esau said to 
Jacob, Feed me, I pray thee, 
'with 'that same red pottage ; 
for I am faint : therefore was 
his name called "'Edom. ^ And 
Jacob said, Sell me "this day thy 
birthright ^2 j^^ Esau said, 
B^old, I am ** at the point to die : 
and what profit shdl ^* birth- 
right do to me? ^^ And Jacob 
said. Swear to me "this day ; and 
he sware unto him : and "he sold 
his birthright unto Jacob, ^-^hm 
Jacob gave Esau bread and pot- 
tage of i^tSw; and he did eat 
and drink, and rose up, and went 
his way: thu Esau despised his 
birthright 

j^ ^ And there was a fiunine 
20 in the land, beside *the first 
fieonine that was in the days 
of Abraham. And Isaac went un- 
to 'Abimelech king of the "Philis- 
tines unto Gerar. ^ And the Lord 



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appeared unto him, and said, Go 
not down into Egypt ; dwell "in 
the land which I snail tell thee 
of: ^ 'sojourn in this land, and 
''I will be with thee, and will 
bless thee ; for 'unto thee, and 
unto thy seed, I will give all 
these eoiSiX. and I wiU ^^ 
•'^the oath which I sware unto 
Abraham thy father ; * and *! 
win m.k."5!J'M;,'SJtipiy aa the 
stars of heaven, and will give 
imto thy seed all these oa^„ ; 
and -'in thy seed shall aU the 
nations of the earth 'be blessed ; 
^ because that ^Abraham obeyed 
my voice, and kept my charge, 
my commandments, my statutes, 
and my laws. ^ And Isaac dwelt 
in Gerar : ^ and the men of the 
place asked him of his wife; 
and 'he said, She is my sister: 
for "he feared to say, a>JUmr 
wife; lest, said he, the men of 
the place should kill me for 
sSb^i because "she was faur to 
look iipon. ° And it came to 
pass, when he had been there a 
long time, that Abimelech king 
of the Philistines looked out at 
a window, and saw, and, behold, 
Isaac was sporting with Rebekah 
his wife. ° And Abimelech called 
Isaac, and said. Behold, of a 
surety she is thy wife : and how 
saidst thou. She is mv sister? 
And Isaac said unto him, Be- 
cause I said. Lest I die for her. 
■■"And Abimelech said. What is 
this thou hast done imto us? one 
of the people might lightly have 
lien with thy mfe, and <thou 
shouldeet have brought guilti- 
ness upon us. " And Abimelech 
charged all «? people, saying. He 
that toucheth this man or his 
wife shall surely be put to death. 
'^ Tten Isaac sowed in that land, 



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and .^Ted in the same year an 
hundredfold: and the Lord 
''blessed him. ^^ And the man 
waxed great^ and tJSTiSSliU 
*^ ^ imtil he became very 
great: ^ f^ he had ^ISSS^ of 
flocks, and ^^r of herd^ and 
' great .toJ^Af-^u : and tiie 
Philistines 'envied him. '^ ^? 
aU the wells *which his fiither's 
servants had digged in the da^s 
of Abraham his rather, the Phi- 
listiuee had stopped them, and 
filled them with eartL ^° And 
Abimelech said imto Isaac, Go 
firom us; for thou art much 
mightier than we. " And Isaac 
departed thence, and pit^S'Xtent 
in the valley of Gerar, and dwelt 
there. ^° And Isaac digged agsun 
the weUs of water, wMch they 
had digged in the days of Abra- 
ham his fether ; for the Philis- 
tines had stopped them after 
the death of Abraham: and "he 
called their names after the 
names by which his father had 
called them. ^^ And Isaac's ser- 
vants digged in the valley, and 
found there a well of ''springing 
water. ^And the herdmen of 
Gerar iSd^n with Isaac's herd- 
men, saying. The water is ours : 
and he cafled the name of the 
well '"Esek ; because they ~Jt^**» 
with him. ^ And they digged 
another well, and "^ strove for 
that also: and he called the 
name of it ***Sitnah. 22 ^nd he 
removed from thence, and digged 
another well ; and for that they 
strove not : and he called the 
name of it '^'Behoboth ; and he 
said, For now the Lokd hath 
made room for us, and we shall 
be fruitful in the land. "^ And 
he went up from thence to Beer- 
sheba. ^ And the Lobd ap- 



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peared unto him the same night, 
and said, ''I am the God of Abra- 
ham thy fftther: 'fear not, for '^I 
am with thee, and will Ideas thee, 
and moltiply thy seed for my 
aerrant Abraham's sake. ^ And 
be •^builded an altar there, and 
called upon ibe name of the 
Lord, andpitched his tent there : 
and there Isaac's servants digged 
a well *® Hien Abimelech went 
to him frmn Gerar, and Ahuzzath 
<».{?iSfti!»d^ and 'p^i^ga the ehi«f 
o^itaui c^ his ^. ^ And Isaac 
aud onto them, Wherefore ^njf 
"^£*» me, seeing ye hate me, 
and 'have sent me away firom 
yoa? ™ And they said, *We 

saw ^^[r ^^^ ^^ ^^'^ ^*^a8 
with thee : and we said. Let 
thore bS^ an oath betwixt as, 
even betwixt ns and ti^e, and let 
OS make a covenant witii thee ; 
^ 'that tbon wilt do as no hart, 
as we have not touched thee, 
and as we have done anto thee 
nothing but good, and have sent 
thee away in peace : *thou art 
DOW the blessed of the Lord. 
^And he made them a feast, 
and they did eat and drink. 
^ And ^ey rose ap betimes in the 
morning, and '"sware one to an- 
other: and Isaac sent th^n away, 
and they departed fixtm him m 
peace. ^^ And it came to pass 
thesame day, that Isaac's servants 
came, and told him concerning 
the well which they had digged, 
and said onto hun. We nave 
found water. ^ And he called it 
t^S^i- therefore tiie name of the 
city is °* Beer-sheba unto this day. 
** And ""*" Esau was for^ 
years old whan b« took to wife 
'Judith the dansfater of Been 
the Hittite, and l:S^ the 
daughter of Elon the Hittite: 



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^ "whiSf" were '"a grief of mind 
unto Isaac and to Bebekah. 

^ And it came to pass, 
2 / that when Isaac was old, 
• and *his eyes were dim, so 
that he could not see, he called 
Esau his ^d^ son, and said unto 
him. My son: and he said unto 
him, B^^^an. L 2 And he 
said. Behold now, I am old, I 
know not the day of my ^^, 
^ 'Now therefore take, I pray 
thee, thy weapons, thy quiver 
and thy bow, and go out to the 
field, and "take me ,„„„ venison ; 
* and make me savoury meat, 
such as I love, and bring it to 
me, that I may eat; tluit my 
soul •'may bless thee before I 
die. ^ And Bebekah heard when 
Isaac spake to Esau his son. And 
Esau went to the field to hunt 
for venison, and to bring it. 
° And Bebekah spake unto Jacob 
her son, saying. Behold, I heard 
thy fother spe^ imto Esau thy 
brother, saymg, ' Bring me vem- 
son, and make me savoury meat, 
that I may eat, and bless thee 
before the Lord before my deatL 
^ Now therefore, my son, 'obey 
my voice according to that which 
I command thee. ® Go now to 
the flock, and feteh me from 
thence two good kids of the 
goats; and I will make them 
savoury meat for thy fiftther, such 
as he loveth: ''^ and thou shalt 
bring it to thy father, that he 
may eat, ^ that he may bless 
thee before his deatL "" And 
Jacob said to Bebekah his mother. 
Behold, ^Esau my brother is a 
hairy man, and I am a smooth 
SS": ^ My fiEtther peradventure 
''will feel me, and I shall seem to 
him as a 'deceiver ; and I shall 
bring *a ciu-se upon me, and not 



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[Chap. 27, v. 33 



a blessing. ^^ And his mother 
said unto nim, "Upon me be thy 
curse, my son: only obey my 
voice, and go fetch me them. 
'*And he -went, and fetched, 
and brought them to his mother : 
and his mother made savoury 
meat, such as his father loved. 
« And Rebekah took "•• "'goodly 
raunent of h^e'^Jid^S^i^^ElSS. which 
were with her in the houses and 
putthem upon Jacob her younger 
son: ^ and she put the skins of 
the kids of the goats upon his 
hands, and upon the smooth of 
his neck : ^^ and she gave the 
savoury meat and the bread, 
which she had prepared, into 
the hand of her son Jacob. 
''^And he came unto his &ther, 
and said. My father : and he said. 
Here am I ; who art thou, my son? 
^° And Jacob said mito his ratiier, 
I am Esau thy firstborn ; I have 
done according as thou badest 
me: arise, I pray thee, sit and 
eat of my venison, that thy soul 
may bless me. ^° And Isaac said 
imto his son, How is it that thou 
hast found it so quickly, my son? 
And he said, Because the Lord 
thy God '^SJ&'t^t?!^!- ^ And 
Isaac said unto Jacob, Come 
near, I pray thee, ihat I 'may 
feel thee, my son, whether thou 
be my very son Esau or not 
^And Jacob went near unto 
Isaac his fother ; and he felt 
him, and said. The voice is 
Jacob's voice, but the hands 
are the hands of Esau. ^ And 
he discerned him not, because 
<'hi3 hands were hairy, as his 
brother Esau's hands: *so he 
ble^ed him. "* And he said. 
Art thou my very son Esau? 
And he said, I am. ^° And he 
said, Bring it near to me, 'and 
I will eat of my son's venison. 



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that my soul may bl^s thee. 
And he brought it near to him, 
and he did eat: and he brou^t 
him wine, and he drank. ^ Aiid 
his father Isaac said unto him. 
Come near now, and kiss me, 
my son, ^ And he came near, 
and kissed him : and he smelled 
the smell of his raiment, *and 
blessed him, and said, 
See, "the smell of my son 
Is as the smell of a field which 
the Lord hath blessed: 
^T!iSS». God give thee of •'the 
dew of heaven. 
And °' the fotness of the earth. 
And "plenty of com and wuie : 
28 Let ^^i? serve thee, 
And nations •''bow down to 

thee: 
»Be lord over thy brethren. 
And let thy mother's sons 

bow down to thee: 
*Cursed be every one that 

curseth thee, 
And blessed be '^,'»» that 
blesseth thee. 
^ And it came to pass, as soon 
as Isaac had made an end of 
blessing Jacob, and Jacob was 
yet scarce gone out from the 
presence of Isaac his &ther, that 
Esau his brother came in from 
his hunting. '' And he also h»a 
made savoury meat, and brought 
it unto his f^S' and ■•• said 
unto his father. Let my fether 
arise, and eat of his son's veni- 
son, that thy soul may bless me. 
^2 And Isaac his father said unto 
him. Who art thou? And he 
said, I am thy son, thy SS|te 
Esau. ^ And Isaac 'trembled 
very exceedingly, and said, ■v^'J 
^^ is he that nath 'taken veni- 
son, and brou^t it me, and I 
have eaten of all before thou 
earnest, and have blessed him? 
yea, a/nd he shall be blessed 



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** A^rton Edau heard the words 
of his &ther, "he cried with 
"^S?S^SSiu« bitter cry, and 
said unto his rather, Bless me, 
evea me also, my &ther. 
" And he stud. Thy brother 
came wiUi m^Sir, ^^^ hath taken 
away tiiy ble^ing. ^° And he 
said, ^Is not he rightly named 
'Jacob? for he hath supplanted 
me these two times: "he took 
away my birtiuight; and, be- 
hola, now he hath taken away 
my blessiBg. And he said. Hast 
UioQ not reserred a blessing for 
me? ^ And Isaac answered and 
said onto Esau, Behold, ''I have 
made him thy lord, and all his 
br^hren have I given to him 
for servants ; and ' with com 
and wine have I ^sustained him : 
and what "-» shaU I do ^%„u, 
thee, my son? ^ And Esau said 
mto hia fiather. Hast thou but 
one blessing, my father? bless 
me, even me also, my father. 
Anl 'Esau lifted up ms voice, 
and wept. ^ Ana Isaac his 
&ther answered and said unto 



•kta b* thy dvellinft 
I o(UM«uth, 



And 'of the dew of heaven 

frcMn above; 
''^And by thr sword shalt thou 

live, and *'^ "shalt serve 

thy Intither; 
And it shall come to pass when 

thou Shalt h.,JS?«te;ion. 
That "thou shalt {^ his yoke 

from off thy neck. 
** And Eaao 'hated Jacob be- 
caose c^ the blessing wherewith 
his father ble^ed Mm : and Esau 
said in his heart, 'The days of 
mooming for my father are at 
hand ; 'uien will I slay my bro- 



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of Esau her elder son were told 
to ||blil2£; and she sent and called 
Jacob her younger son, and said 
unto him. Behold, thy brother 
Esau, as touching thee, doth 
OCMufort himself purposing to 
kill thee. '^ Now therefore, my 
son, obey my voice ; and arise, 
flee thou to Laban my brother 
to Haran ; ** and tarry with 
him a few days, until thy bro- 
ther's fury turn away ; ** until 
thy brother's anger turn away 
from thee, and he forget that 
which thou hast done to him: 
then I will send, and fetch thee 
from thence: why should I be 
defe"?!?^*. of you both in one day? 

^ And Bebekah said to Isaac, 
■^I am wetury of my life because 
of the daughters of Heth : ^if 
Jacob take a wife of the daugh- 
ters of Heth, such as th«»*5Sf&i un 
of the daughters of the land, 
what good shall my life do me? 

Q ^ And Isaac called Jacob, 
2o ''^^'^ blessed him, and 
charged him, and said 
unto him, 'Thou shalt not take a 
wife of the daughters of Canaaa 
2 > Arise, go to^lJ^^iSX' to the 
house of 'Bethuel thy mother's 
father ; and take thee a wife from 
thence of the daughters of Laban 
thy mother's brother. ^ And 
'"God Almighty bless thee, and 
make thee fruitful, and multiply 
thee, that thou mayest be *a 
SfflfiS3.''Jf^'JS ; * and give thee 
''the blessing of Abraham, to thee, 
and to thy seed with thee ; that 
thou mayest inherit ''the land 
«whJinX'!?^SSrk"ilU^. which God 
gave unto Abraham. ^ And 
Isaac sent away Jacob : and he 
went to ^^SSiSS" unto Laban, 
son of Bethuel the 'Syrian, the 
brother of Bebekah, Jacob's and 



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Esau's mother. ^ -^J, Esau saw 
that Isaac had blessed i^^; and 
sent him away to p^"*^ to 
take him a wife from thence ; 
and that as he blessed him he 
gave him a charge, saying, Thou 
shalt not take a wife of the 
daughters of Canaan ; ' and 
that Jacob obeyed his father 
and his mother, and was gone 
to ^p'SaS'.Sr/ 8 and Esau ^^ 
'that the daughters of Canaan 
'pleased not Isaac his &ther; 
' -K^^St Sfu' unto Ishmael, and 
took unto the wives which he 
had -^Mahalath the daughter of 
Ishmael Abraham's son, the sif- 
ter of l^SS* to be his wife. 

'°And Jacob went out from 
'Beer-sheba, and went toward 
*Haran. " And he lighted upon 
^a certain place, and tarried there 
all night, because the sun was 
set ; and he took "" of the stones 
of ^£a place, and put J^^^^^'X^^ 
and lay down m that place to 
sleep. ^^ And he "'dreamed, and 
behold a ladder set up on the 
earth, and the top of it reached 
to heaven : and behold *'the 
angels of God ascending and 
descending on it. '^ And, be- 
hold, 'the Lord stood 'above it, 
and said, »I am the ^£^i^' God 
of Abraham thy father, and the 
God of Isaac : "the land where- 
on thou liest, to thee will I give 
it, and to thy seed ; ^ and thy 
seed shall be as *'the dust of the 
earth, and thou shalt '^spread 
abroad to the west, and to the 
east, and to the north, and to 
the south : and in thee and "in 
thy seed shall all the femilies of 
the earth be blessed. ^^ And, 
behold, 'I am with thee, and 
wiU keep thee ,„ J5"p'?ISr;*'h'ither 
thou goest, and "will bring thee 



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again into this land ; for I w 
"not leave thee, until I ha. 
done that which I have spok 
to thee o£ ''^ And Jacob awak 
out of his sleep, and he sa 
Surely the Lord is 'in this plac. 
and 1 knew it not. "And 
was afraid, and said, How drea 
fill is this place ! this is no; 
other but the house of God, ai 
this is the gate of heaven. ^^Ai 
Jacob rose up early in the mor 
ing, and took the stone that I 
hj3 put ^^"p'ufolIJj and set it i, 
''for a pillar, 'and poured c 
upon the top of it ^^And 1 
called the name of that plat, 
** J Beth-el: but the name of tV 
city ,oJliiud Liz at the firs 
^ And Jacob ^ vowed a vo\ 
saying, If God will be with m. 
and will keep me in this wa 
that I go, and will give nr 
bread to eat, and raiment i[ 
put on, ^ 'so that I come agar 
to my fether's house in ^ 
'"then shall the Lord be my ^ 
^ and this stone, which I hav 
set '" for a pillar, "shall be God' 
house: and ^of all that tho^ 
shalt give me I will surely giv 
the tenth unto thee. 

■' Then Jacob *'went 01 
20 his journey, and came ,^ 
^ 'the land of the f^S o 
the east ^ And he looked, anc 
behold a well in the field, and 
lo, them i«re three flocks of sheej 
lying ">"• by it ; for out of tha 
well they watered the flocl^ 
and ,'^t stone ,^ upon tiw 
well's mouth '" «~'. a Anc 
thither were all the flocks ga 
thered: and they rolled th( 
stone from the well's mouth 
and watered the sheep, and put 
the stone again upon the well'^ 
mouth in ^, placa * And Jacot 



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said unto them, My brethren, 
whence be ye ? And they said, 
•Of Haran are we. ^ And he 
said nnto them. Enow ye Laban 
tlie Bon of Nahor? And they 
said, We know him. ®And he 
said unto them, ^ ".JJ^e'^Si'^ ? 
And they stud, ^,*^ well : and, 
behold, Rachel Ids daughter 
Cometh with the sheep. 'And 
he said, Lo, Mt is yet nigh day, 
neither is it time that the cattle 
should be gathered together: 
water ye the sheep, and go and 
feed them. ^ And they said, We 
cannot, until all the flocks be 
gathered together, and ta thej 
roll the atone from the well s 
month ; then we water the sheep. 
° A^^u he yet spake with them, 
'Rachel came with her father's 
Sig' for she kept them. ^° And 
it came to paira, when Jacob saw 
Rachel tite daughter of Laban 
his mother's brother, and the 
sheep of Laban his mother's 
lMt>tber, that Jacob went near, 
and rolled the stone from the 
well's mouth, and watered the 
flodc of Laban his mother's bro- 
ther. ■" And Jacob kissed Ra- 
chel, and lifted up his voice, and 
wept ^ And Jacob told Rachel 
th^ he was-Hier fEither's brother, 
and that he was Rebekah's son : 
'and she ran and told her &ther. 
^^ And it came to tMss, when La- 
bui hetu^ the 'tioings of Jacob 
his sister's son, 'that he ran to 
meet him, and embraced him, 
and kissed him, and brought him 
to his house. And he told Laban 
all these tilings. ^And Laban 
said to him, 'Surely thou art my 
bone and my flesh. And he a- 
bode with hun *the space of a 
month. ^^ And Laban said unto 
Jacob, Because thou art my bro- 
ther, shouldest thou therefore 



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serve me for nought? tell me, 
what shall thy wages be? '®And 
Laban had two ^ughters : the 
name of the elder was Leah, and 
the name of the younger was Ra- 

^IiaI 17 ^^^ Leah's eyes were tender . Kiif 
Cnei. Leah KXM tender eyed > OUl 

Rachel was beautiful and well 
fevoured. ''^ And Jacob loved 
Rachel ; and ""^ said, *I will serve 
thee seven years for Rachel thy 
younger daughter. ^^ And Laban 
said, It is better that I give her 
to thee, than that I should give 
her to another man : abide with 
ma ^° And Jacob 'served seven 
years for Rachel ; andthey seemed 
unto him but a few days, for the 
love he had to her. ^ And Jacob 
said unto Laban, Qive me my 
wife, for my days are fulfilled, 
that I may go in unto her. ^^And 
Laban gathered together all the 
men of the place, and ''made a 
feast ^ And it came to pass in 
the evening, that he took Leah 
his daughter, and brought her 
to him ; and he went m unto 
her. 2* And Laban gave ''^S^ 

hlf handmaid noto hJa dan^ter Xeah f— _ „_ 
hii daughter Leah ZllpaliUa maid ^OT an 

handmaid. '^ And it came to 
«JS^ m the morning ""*, be- 
hold, it was Leah : and he said 
to Laban, Wliat is this thou hast 
done unto me? did not I serve 
with thee for Rachel ? wherefore 
then hast thou beguiled me? 
2«And Laban said. It mJiSSJbe 
so done in our iJ^y, to give the 
younger before the firstborn. 
" ^Fulfil "" *?* SUk!* """• and we 
will give thee ""tu?" also for the 
service which thou shalt serve 
with me yet seven other years. 
28 And Jacob did so, and fulfilled 
her week : and he gave him 
Rachel his daughter to wuS"iSio. 
^ And Laban gave to Rfushel 
his daughter ^Bilhah his hand- 
maid to be her ^"^^ «> And 



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he went in also unto Rachel, and 
he loved also Rachel more than 
Leah, and served with him "yet 
seven other years. 

^ And »hen the Lord saw that 
Leah was "hated, ""• ''he opened 
her womb: but Rachel was bar- 
ren. ^2 And Leah conceived, a :d 
bare a son, and she called his 
name 'Reuben: for she said, 
^g^ the Lord Vhath looked 
upon my aMction ; nw^thSSfore 
my husband will love me. 
^ And she conceived again, and 
bare a son ; and said. Because 
the Lord 'hath heard that I ^ 
hated, he hath therefore given 
me tins son also : and she called 
his name '♦Simeon. ^And she 
conceived again, and bare a son ; 
and said. Now this time will my 
hiisband be '•'joined unto me, 
because I have "^^ him three 
sons: therefore was his name 
called 'Levi ^ And she con- 
ceived again, and bare a son : 
and she said, "^ow"' will I 'praise 
the Lord : therefore she called 
his name '"'Judah; and ■*"> "left 
bearing. 

' And when Rachel saw 
OQ that "she bare Jacob no 
^ children, Rachel envied her 
sister; and "^^ said unto Jacob, 
Give me children, or else I die. 
"And Jacob's anger was kindled 
a^inst Rachel : and he said. Am 
I m God's stead, "who hath with- 
held from thee the fruit of the 
womb? ^Andshesaid, Behold my 
maid ^Bilhah, go in unto her ; ^^ 
she rtffi bear 'upon my knees, ^^ 
I ^yllS, ""^e" children by her. 
* And she gave him Bilhah her 
handmaid to wife : and Jacob 
went in unto her. ^ And Bilhah 



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conceived, and bare Jacob a son. 
° And Rachel said, God hath " 
**judged me, and hath also heard * 
my voice, and hath given me a ' 
son : therefore call^ she his '> 
name ♦♦ Dan. ^ And Bilhah Ra- " 
chels '"^S?''' conceived again, ' 
and bare Jacob a second son. J 
8 And Rachel said. With "if^ 
wrestlings have I "wrestled with 
my sister, and i^?e prevailed: 
and she called his name '"Naph- 
talL * Allien Leah saw that she 
had left bearing, she took ZUpah 
her ""SSS^ and *gave her *» Ja- 
cob to wife. '•> And Zilpah Leah's 
•"^J*^ bare Jacob a son. "And 
Leah said, ^'USS^meti: and she 
caUed his name ^**Gad. « And 
Zilpah Leah's ^^S^^ bare Jacob 
a second son. ^^ And Leah said, 
"♦Happy am V for the daughters 
will **call me ^S^: and she 
called his name 'Asher. ^And 
Reuben went in the days of 1 
wheat harvest, and found "''man- 
drakes in the field, and brought 
them xmto his mother Leah. 
Then Rachel said to Leah, Give 
me, I pray thee, of thy son's man- 
drakes. '^ And she said unto 
her, Is it a small .matter that 
thou hast taken »'"'' my husband? 
and wouldest thou take away my 
son's mandrakes also ? And Ra- 
chel said, Therefore he shall lie 
with thee ^^l^t for thy son's 
mandrakes. ^° And JacoD came 
<^f the field in the evening, and 
Leah went out to meet him, and 
said. Thou must come in unto 
me; for JJa;''i'rvI hired thee 
with my son's mandrakes. And 
he lay with her that night "And 
God hearkened unto Leah, and 
she conceived, and bare Jacob 



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£, fifth son. ^ And Leah said, 
God hath given me my 'hire, 
because I i.^J?,„ my ^'^ to 
my hvnband : and she called his 
name 'IsBachar. ^^ And Leah 
coDceiTed again, and bare ^^ 
K-w^*^ 20^^ Leah said, 
God hath "SSlta^ me with a good 
dowiy ; now will my husband 
*dweU with me, becanse I have 
^^ him six sons : and she called 
his name '^Ziebulun. ^ And after- 
wards she bare a daughter, and 
called her niune < Dinah. ^ And 
God 'remembered Rachel, and 
Ciod hearkened to her, and 
'opened her womb. ^ And she 



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said, God hath taken away "my 
refffoach: ^ and she called ms 
name ./5SJ^2g^ -^The Lord 
...n *aad to me another son. 

^ And it came to pass, when 
Rachel had ^ Josei^ that 
Jacob said unto Laban, Send 
me away, that I may go irnto 
mine own place, and to my 
ooontry. ^ Give me my wives 
and my ^S^ "for whom I have 
served thee, and let me go: for 
t^u knowest my service "^i^"* 
I have "Sm thea '^ And Laban 
said untohim, i p.i^'SSe, u I have 
foand &vour in thine eyes, tarry 
Jbr I have ie.™d'^K'?S«i«.oe that 
the Lord hath blessed me for 
thy saka ^And he said, 'Ap 
ptMnt me thy wages, and I will 
give it ^ And he said unto 
him, -'Hioa knowest how I have 
served tiiee, and how thy cattle 
•""ii^* wiA me. 30 For ^ ^gg 
litUe which thou hadst before 
I came, 'and it j^ '"increased 
onto a multitade ; and the Lord 
hathWe8Bedthee"'J!fffiS~™ig™<»: 
and now when shall I '"provide 
for mine own house also? ^And 



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he said. What shall I give thee? 
And Jacob said. Thou shalt not 
give me »„y°!hing: if thou wilt do 
this thing for me, I will again 
feed 'SLftSWro?k'^ ^^ I will 
pass throu^ all thy flock |?^; 
removing from thence X"Se 
speckled and spotted c^. and 
uflS7iSS!SSS5ia among the sheep, 
and the spotted and speckled 
among the goats : and 'of gueh 
shall De my hire. ^ So shall 
my righteousness answer for me 
ffinte'iToom^ when "TdSat" come 
oonc«i.ing my hire "^fi^ljy?^: 
every one that is not speckled 
and spotted among the goats, 
and £^ among the sheep, that 

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■haUbeooonteditolenwithme. AUU 

Laban said. Behold, I would it 
might be according to thy word. 
3^ And he removed that day the 
if^SS that were ringstraked 
and spotted, and all the ^t 
fSlS that were speckled and 
spotted, and every one that had 
white in i^ and all the 
among the sheep, and 
gave them into the hand of his 
K^' ^ "d he set three days' 
journey betwixt himself and 
Jacob: and Jacob fed the rest 
of lAban's flocks, "^d* Jacob 
took him rods of ^ 'poplar, and 
of the •{SS* and «"^iSSt" tree; 
and ^^ white strakes in them, 
and made the white appear which 
was in the rods. ^ And he set 
tiie rods which he had ^^ 
°"n5S?"' the flocks in the gutters 
in the *watering troudis 'JgS? the 
flocks came to drb^&t^'SSnid 
"S^'to when they came to drink. 
3^ And the flocks conceived be- 
fore the rods, and "ij'^t^" 
SSt» ringstraked, speclded, and 
spotted, -w And Jacob aJJ^SSSa. 
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[Chap. 31, v. 20 



the flocks toward the S^JSkl^ 
and aU the ,S^ in the flock of 
Laban ; and he put his own 
floci2^°th'^TM, and put them not 
unto Laban's S&. *^ And it 
came to pass, whensoever the 
stronger "^SttS** did conceive, 
that Jacob laid the rods before 
the eyes of the 4t& hi the gut- 
ters, that they might conceive 
among the ^ *2 g^t ^ij^n 
the Smd were feeble, he put 
them not in: so the feebler 
were Laban's, and the stronger 
Jacob's. *^ And the man *m- 
creased exceedingly, and 'had 
iJSaSgiS: and SS^IS^^ and men- 
servants, and SS'SS and asses. 

^ And he heard the words 
QX o^ Laban's sons, saying, 
^ Jacob hath taken away 
all that was our fether's; and 
of that which was our father's 
hath he gotten all this '*glory. 
^ And Jacob beheld 'the coun- 
tenance of Laban, and, behold it 
was not toward him *as ^^^ 
' And the Lord said unto Jacob, 
'^Return unto the land of thy 
fiEithers, and to thy kindred ; and 
I will be with thee. ■* And Jacob 
sent and called Rachel and Leah 
to the field unto his flock, ° and 
said unto them, *"! see your 
father's countenance, that it is 
not toward me as ^mSS^; but 
the God of my father "hath been 
with me. ^ And "ye know that 
with all my power I have served 
your &ther. ' And your &ther 
nath deceived me, and chai^ml 
my wages ''ten times; but God 
simered him not to hurt me. 
° If he said, thus, ''The speckled 
shall be thy wages ; then all the 
4tue bare speckled: and if he 
said thus, llie ringstraked shall 
he thy ^^; then bare all the 



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5S& ringstraked. » Thus God 
halJi 'taken away the cattle of 
your &ther, and given them to 
me. ^° And it came to pass at 
the time that the Stu'o conceived, 
that I lifted up mine eyes, and 
saw in a dream, and, behold, 
the ^fSS^ which leaped upon the 
oSue were ringstraked, speckled, 
and giisled. ^ And the angel of 
C^od J^ unto me in 'S' dream, 
,aving Jacob: SSJ I said. Here 
am L ''^ And he said. Lift up 
now thine eyes, and see, all the 
"^^ which leap upon the 5Stu. 
are ringstraked, speckled, and 
grisled: for ''I have seen all 
that Laban doeth imto thee. 
'3 1 am "the God of Beth-el, 
•^where thou anointedst tSe pillar, 
and where thou vowedst a vow 
unto me: now 'arise, get thee 
out from this land, and return 
unto the land of thy Sf„1SS: 
^ And Rachel and Leah an- 
swered and said unto him, Is 
there yet •'any portion or in- 
heritance for us m our father's 
house ? ■'^ Are we not counted 
of him strangers? for 'he hath 
sold us, and na^ "'^ quite de- 
voured ,!«, ' our money. '° For 
all the riches which God hath 
taken '"^ from our father, that 
•8 Sm, and our children's: now 
then, whatsoever God hath said 
unto thee, da '' Then Jacob 
rose up, and set his sons and his 
wives upon ""* camels ; '^ and he 
carried away all his cattle, and 
all his "^^ which he had 
•Sites* the cattle of his getting, 
whict he had "eS?" in '^S^" 
m^ for to go to Isaac his &ther 
°gf° the land of Canaan. '» 5Sd 
Laban '^^* to shear his sheep : 
and Rachel h^i;,«. the '^^ 
that were her fiither's. ™ And 



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Jacob 'stole away 'unawares to 
Laban the Syrian, in that he 
tM him not that he fled » So 
he fled with all that he had; 
and he rose up, and passed over 
*tbe '!^' and "set his £ace to- 
ward the ""SS^t "^ GUead. 

^ And it was told Laban on 
the third day that Jacob was 
fled. ^ And he took his bre- 
thren with him, and pm^ued 
aft^ him seven days' joomey ; 
and t^ oTertook him in the 
-°SSSl " GUead. ^4 And God 
came to Laban the Syrian ''in 
a dream ''t^ night, and said 
onto him. Take heed *» ""~" 
that thou speak not to Jacob 
•♦dther good or bad. =» 4S^ 
Laban "'SJ.SSoJ*"' Jacob. Now 
Jacob had pitched his tent in 
the "SSSt": and Laban with his 
brethrai pitched in the "^SS^ 
of Gilead. ^ And Laban said 
to Jacob, What hast thou done, 
that tboa hast 'stolen away on- 
awares to me, and carried away 
my £SgtS as captives uu^^^h 
the sword? " Wherefore didst 
tboa flee .,ar secretly, "and 
'^steal away from me; and didst 
not ten me, that I might hare 
sent thee away with ^i'^ and 
with songs, with £^ and with 
Sgl ^ and hast not suffered 
me *to kiss my sons and my 
dangiters? SSS. "fiSt *^ done 
toMd^^b^Mnt. '^ It is ^in the 

Eower of my hand to do you 
art : bat the *Go4 of your fa- 
ther Bj^ke unto me yesternight, 
saying. Take '-S<{?&?" that thou 
speak not to Jacob 'either good 
or bad. ** And now, fAotwA thou 
woaldest needs be gone, because 
thoa sore longedst after thy fit- 
tiler's house, yet wherefore hast 
thoa "stolen my gods? ^ And 
Jacob answered and said to 



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Laban, Because I was afraid: 
for I said, p™5^t„„ thou ^JSS^ 
take byfoTos thy daughters frmn 
me ^ '°™'. ^2 " With whomsoever 
thou findest thy gods, fe^ not 
Uve: before our brethren discern 
thou what is thine with me, and 
take it to thee. For Jacob knew 
not that Bachel had stolen them. 
^ And Laban went into Jacob's 
tent, and into Leah's tent, and 

U1U> Uie t^o mmidaemnt^ tenta j 

but he found them not ^tm" 
w^he out of Leah's tent, and 
entered into Rachel's tent 
^ Now Bachel had taken tibe 
'^^ and put them in the 
camd's furniture, and sat upon 
them. And Laban KJjS?^' all 
the tent, but found them not 
^ And she ^d to her &ther, 
Let i?t,t''%^!^,;?f^ that I can- 
not -^rise up before thee; for 
the SStom of women is upon me. 
And he searched, but found not 
the *^^ 36 And Jacob was 
wroth, and chode with Laban: 
and Jacob answered and said 
to Laban, What is my trespass? 
what is my sin, that thou hast 
K, hotly pursued after me? 
37 Whereas thou hast g^^,* all 
m^ stuff, what hast thou found 
of all thy household stuff? set 
it here before my brethren and 
*thy brethren, that they may 
judge betwixt us ^ ^arrhig 
twenty years have I been with 
thee ; thy eWes and thy Sf^ 
have not cast their young, and 
the rams of thy ^^ have I not 
eaten, ^orpjiat which was torn 
of beasts I Inrought not unto 
thee ; I bare the loss of it ; ""of 
my hand didst thou require it, 
whether stolen by ^^ or stolen 
by night *° Thus I was ; in the 
day the drought consumed me, 
and the frost oy night ; and my 



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sleep deSSrted from mine eyes. 

41 TGms twenty raan hare I been in t\w 
Thus have I been twenty years •" ""j 

house ; *I served thee fourteen 
years for thy two daughters, and 
six years for thy SStfe : and "thou 
hast changed my wages ten times. 
*2 ''Except the God of my father, 
the God of Abraham, and the 
fau of Isaac, had been with me, 
surely "Th^ftidS"" sent me away 
now empty. -^God hath seen mine 
affliction and the labour of my 
hands, and * rebuked thee yester- 
night. ^ And Laban answered 
and said unto Jacob, ^ daugh- 
ters are my daughters, and ^ 
children are my children, and 
SS.*S& are my fe; and all that 
thou seest is mine : and what 
can I do this day unto these my 
daughters, or unto their children 
which they have ^'f ** ^^ 
therefo«SS?-thou. *let US make a 
covenant, I and thou; and 'let 
it be for a witness between me 
and thee. *° And Jacob "took 
a stone, and set it up for a pillar. 
^ And Jacob said onto his bre- 
thren. Gather stones ; and they 
took stones, and made an heap : 
and they did eat there a^ the 
heapi ^^ And Laban called it 
''*Jegar-sahadutha : but Jacob 
called it '♦Galeed. « And La- 
ban said, ""This heap is a'^SS. 
between me and thee this day. 
Therefore was the name of it 
caUed d^^: *» 'and 'i^SS&\ for 
he said. The Lord watch be- 
tween me and thee, when we 
are 'absent one from another. 
BO If thou shalt afflict my 
daughters, ^* if thou shalt take 
<rtA«. wives beside my daughters, 
no man is with us ; see, "Gknl is 
witness betwixt me and thee. 
B^ And Laban said to Jacob, Be- 
hold this heap, and behold 1^5 



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Josh. 24. 4. 

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[Chap. 32, v. 7 



pillar, which I have 5& betwixt 
me and S~: ^^ oThis heap be 
witness, and t^^ pillar be witness, 
that I will not 'pass over this 
heap to thee, and that thou 
shaft not pass over this heap 
and this pillar unto me, for 
harm. " The God of Abraham, 
and the God of Nahor, the 'God 
of their &ther, judge betwixt 
u& And Jacob sware by the 
'f^ of his father Isaac »* #^ 
Jacob •offered '.SSS^JSS'a.'JSS!^ 
and called *his brethren to eat 
bread: and they did eat bread, 
and tarried all night in the 
^^SSSSt[°- ^''And early m the morn- 
ing Laban rose up, and kissed 
^'his sons and his daughters, 
and blessed them : and Laban 
departed, and returned unto his 
place. ' And Jacob went 
02 on his way, and the angels 
*'^^ of God met him. ^ And 

Jacob uld when he saw them, l^iia is firkA'a 
when Jaoob «aw them, he «al4 *■ "^ "• "OQ S 

"host : and he Cfdled the name 
of that place '""Mahanaim. 

' And Jacob sent messengers 
before him to Esau his brother 
unto the land of ^Seir, the -JJsStpy 
of Edom. * And he commanded 
them, saying. Thus shall ye ,^k 
unto mv lord Esau ; ^"hVIJ^^'?' 
jlSrSiiu?tou«, I have sojourned 
with Laban, and stayed there un- 
til now : * and I have oxen, and 
"S,£«» flocks, and SSSS^S, and 
w'S^SS^^t.: and I have sent to 
tell my lore}, that *I may find 
grace m thy sight ° And the 
messengers returned to Jacob, 
saying, We came to thy brother 
Esau, and '^i^" "he cometh to 
meet thee, and four hundred 
men with him. ' Then Jacob 
was ""greatly afraid and '™ dis- 
tressed : and he divided the 



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people that was with him, and 
the flocks, and "" herds, and the 
camels, into two "gSS^"; ^ and 
^ said. If Esau come to the one 
oranpany, ^md smite it, then the 
oumt company which is left shall 
escape. ^ And Jacob said, "O 
God of my &ther Abraham, and 
God of my fother Isaac, tSe^Ri. 
which 'saidst mito me, Betum 
onto thy countiy, and to thy 
kmdred, and I will ^J^J^^„: 
** '«*I am not worthy of the 
least of all the mercies, and of 
all the truth, which thou hast 
shewed unto thy servant ; for 
with my staff I passed over this 
Jordan ; and now I am become 
two ~S£al.'* ^' Deliver me, I 
Dray thee, from the hand of my 
DTother, from the hand of Esau : 
for ^I fear him, lest he ,riu come 
and smite me, and ^he mother 
*wit3» the children, ^* And 'thou 
saidst) I will surely do thee good, 
and m^e thy seed as the sand 
o( the sea, which cannot be 
Dombered for multitude. ^^And 
he lodged there that nme night ; 

- - - • • ■ - ^e had with 



and took of that which ^^tJlih 
.um_ h^ present for Esau his bro- 



ther; * two hundred ^fSSS, and 
tir&aty S^fSiS; two hundred JJJS. 
and twen^ nuns, ^^ thirty milch 
camds ^£ their colts, forty S?i 
and tea bulls, twenty ^ttSn, and 



ten foals. ^^ And he delivered 
them into the hand of his ser- 
vants, every drove by uk^wm; 
and said unto his servants. Pass 
over before me, and put a space 
betwixt drove and drove. "And 
he otHnmuided the foremost, 
saying. When Esau my brother 
meeteth thee, and asketh thee, 
sayii^ Whose art thou? and 
whither goest thou? and whose 
are these before thee? ^° then 



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u— u. 

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J<«ll.l2.1. 



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3.4. 



k A. 4a II. 

Cpi Prov. 17. 8 
4 I&18 
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lai. 

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18.21— 08. 



i ch. 3S. 10. 
3 klm. 17. 34. 



k Hoa. I& 3, 
I eh. 38. 4. 



m Judg. la. 



thou shalt say, The^ be thy ser- 
vant Jacob's ; it IS a present 
sent unto my lord Esau: and, 
behold, S£o hS is behind us. 
■•^ And ^ commanded "if the 
second, and the third, and all 
that followed the droves, saying. 
On this manner shall ye speak 
unto Esau, when ye find hiS.' 

20 and ye shall say, Moraover, behold, fV|<T 
And Bay ye moreover, Behold, ^*v 

servant Jacob is behind us. For 
he said, I will appease him with 
the present that goeth before 
me, and afterward I will see his 
face ; peradventure he will ac- 
cept tof me. 21 So 'i"en?^,"'pJSS,f 
over before him : and ^° himself 
lodged that night in the com- 
panv, 

^ And he rose up that night, 
and took his two wives, and his 
two wo^^S^t.. and his eleven 
"•^.^ and passed over the ford 
"' -^Jabbok. 23 ^d i,e took 
them, and 'sent them over the 
%^ and sent over that he had. 
2* And Jacob was left alone; 
and there ''wrestled a man with 
him until the "breaking of the 
day. 2B And when he saw that 
he prevailed not against him, he 
touched the hollow of his thi^h; 
and the hollow of Jacob's thigh 
was ou'tonohlt, as he wrestled with 
hiuL 26 And he said, Let me go, 
for the day breaketh. And ne 
said, *I will not let thee go, ex- 
cept thou bless me. " And he 
said unto him. What is thy 
name? And he said, Jacob. 
28 And he said, ■'Thy name shall 
be called no more Jacob, but 

'**Ta7.nol. fni- "thou hast 4Btrlven 
IHLUKii . lUJ mi 1^ prince hast thou power 

with God and 'with men, and 
hast prevailed. 29 And Jacob 
asked him, and said, Tell me, I 
pray thee, thy name. And he 
saii '"Whererore is it that thou 



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dost ask after my name? And 
he blessed him there. ^ And 
Jacob called the name of the 
place "Penial: '«"• ^'^'I have 
seen God (ace to foce, and my 
life is preserved, ^i And '^^ K° 

rose upon him as be passed oyer 'PenaeL 
passed over Fennel the son rose upon him, 

and he halted upon his thigh. 
^* Therefore the children of Is- 
rael eat not ^ the sinew ^u*^ 
BhSSk. which is upon the hollow 
of the thigh, unto this day : be- 
cause he touched the noUow 
of Jacob's thigh in the sinew 

of the hip. 
that shiank. 

'' And Jacob lifted up 
00 his eyes, and looked, and, 
*^*^ behold, ^Esau came, and 
with him four hundred men. 
And he divided the children 
unto Leah, and unto Rachel, 
and unto the two handmaids. 
^ And he put the handmaids 
and their cmldren foremost, and 
Leah and her children after, and 
Rachel and Joseph hindermost. 
3 And he ^^""^ passed over be- 
fore them, and '^bowed himself 
to the ground seven times, until 
he came near to his brother. 
* *And Esau ran to meet him, 
and embraced him, 'and fell on 
his neck, and kissed him : and 
they wept ^ And he lifted up 
his eyes, and saw the women 
and the children ; and said, 
Who are fe *with thee? And 
he said, "The children which 
God hath graciously given thy 
servant ^ Tjjen the ,^S32!SS^ 
came near, they and their child- 
ren, and they iJowed themselves. 
^ And Leah also ^^ her children 
came near, and bowed them- 
selves: and after came Joseph 
near and Rachel, and they bow- 
ed themselves. ° And he said, 



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*What meanest thou by "all Hub 
«S^ which I met? And he 
said, iftj'^r. to find grace in the 
sight of my lord. ^ And Esau 
said, I have SSSgl; my gStgS: 
,^ that thou hast ^te'^JJia 
'"And Jacob said. Nay, I pray 
thee, if now I have found grace 
in thy sight, then receive my 
present at my hand: "j^tS^o^ 
I have seen thy face, as th<^h i 
hiS^n the face of God, and thou 
wast pleased with me. " Take, 
I pray thee, my tKiSSg that is 
brought to thee ; because God 
hath dealt graciously with me, 
and because I have *'" enough. 
And he 'urged him, and lie 
took it '^ A^d he said, Let us 
take our journey, and let us 
go, and I will go before tiiee. 
'* And he said unto him, My lord 
knoweth that the children are 
tender, and ""' the flocks and 
herds with ^gl^'wTth^me: and if 
men"'Sonid overorive them one 
day, all the ^ will di& ^* Let 
my lord, I pray thee, pass over 
before his servant: and I will 
lead on softly "according *"^ 
'«"'" the cattle that g^'a before 
me and '"lES^tSJSf.^Sfe.S'S.'r,^ 
until I come mito my lord '"unto 
Seir. ^5 And Esau said, Let me 
now ♦♦ leave with thee some of the 
folk that are with me. And he 
said, »^Vhat needeth it? "let me 
find grace in the sight of my 
lord. '® So Esau returned that 
day on his way unto *Seir. 
" And Jacob journeyed to «Snc- 
coth, and built him an house, 
and made booths for his cattle : 
therefore the name of the place 
is called ""Succoth. 

'8 And Jacob came 'feiSS^^ 
city of 'Shechem, which is in 



B. V. ' That IB, Tht /ace of GixL 
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the land of Canaan, when he 
came from ^SSSiS?; aud«^SS£f 
u, tant before the city. ™ And 
•he bou^t »5* parcel of f<^ 
where he had spread his tent, 
at the hand of the children of 
'Bamor, Shechem'a feither, for 
an hundred '•'"pieces of money. 
^ And he erected there an altw, 
and called it '^El-elohe-IsraeL 

^ And '^Dinah the daugh- 
O^ terof Leah, which she bare 
••'■ unto Jacobs went out to 
see the daoghters of tiie land 
' And wfaa, Siechem the son of 
'Hamor the Hivita *"" prince of 
the JSSh, sa* *'%Sr be took her, 
and lay with her, and \'^nSi ber. 
^ And bis soul claye unto Dinah 
the daughter of Jacob, and he 
loved tJae damsel and spake 
**»kindly unto the damsel *And 
Sbecbem 'spake unto his fother 
Hamor, saying, Get me this dam- 
sel to wife. * JSJ Jacob heard 
that he had defiled Dinah his 
^1^1 ^ his sons were with his 
cattle in liie field: and Jacob 
held his peace until they weSS^e. 
" And Hamor the fftther of She- 
daesa went out unto Jacob to 
oommnne with him. '' And the 
sooB of Jacob came ^^0^0? the 
fidd when they heard it: and the 
men were grieyed, and "they 
yrere very wroth, because he 
"had wrought folly in Israel in 
lyin^ with Jacob's dauji^ter; 
'which thing ought not to be 
dcHie. " And Ebunor communed 
with them, saying, The soul of 
my son Shechem longeth for 
your daughter : I pray you giye 
her "•" him to wife. » And 
make ye marriages with SS; and 
ghre your daughters unto us, 
and take our deleters unto 
you. ^ And ye sluul dwell with 
■B : and 'the land shall be be- 



arer, n. 

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u. 

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/Job 42. II 
(mg. for m^i. 
J, SM.32.lt, 

ISun. laK 
Op. Soot. 
22.99. 

Ach.aas. 



/Jodk^a. 



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7iform(.). 
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01.0.14 

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ICn Jadg. 
14,1. 



fnch.40.7. 



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jtid(.2as. 
o Cr, 1 Chr. 

4.1L 

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2 Sam. 13.19. 
aBoeEnth 



rrer.ia 

ch.4S.M 



1 ch. la 9 
I kaau. 



fore you ; dwell and "trade ye 
therem, and *get you posses- 
sions therein. ^ And Shechem 
said unto her father and unto 
her brethren, ''Let me find 
grace in your eyes, and what ye 
shall say unto me I will giye. 
""^ Ask me never so much ^dowry 
and gift, and I will give according 
as ye shall say unto me : but give 
me the damsel to wife. ^^ And 
the sons of Jacob answered 
Shechem and Hamor his Mher 
Sl2i5^ and "J^*- because he had 
defiled' Dinah t'heir g;{S; ^ and 
ther said unto them. We cannot 
do liiis thing, to give our sister 
to one that is nncircumcised ; 
for -^that were a reproach imto 
us: '5 "^ Sitta SSSr*^° will we 
consent unto you : h ye will be 
as we be, timt every male of 
you be circumcised ; '* then 
will we give our daughters unto 
you, and we will take your 
daughters to us, and we will 
dweU with you, and we will be- 
come one peopl& " But if ye 
will not hearken unto us, to 
be circumcised ; then will we 
take our daughter, and we will 
be gone. ^" And their words 
plea^d Hamor, and Shechem 
Hamor's son. '' And the young 
man deferred not to do the 
thing, because he had delight in 
Jacob's daughter: and "he was 
mo^h^?SjjSS^»n all the house of 
his fiidier. ^ And Hamor and 
Shechem his son 'came unto 
the gate of their city, and com- 
muned with the men of their 
city, saying, ^ These men are 
peaceable with us; therefore let 
them dwell in the land, and 

''tm/la tlioToin • '»'• behold, the Und la 

iraae uierem, fortheUiid,behoid,«a 
lai^ge enough for tliem; let us 
take their daughters to us for 
wives, and let us give them our 



RV. •UohtMUoA. "Ttai it, God, a>eat*9fhntL 

AM. » Or. l—>«. f T>ili*ia,6MM<e<ida//irMt, t Hob. 

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daughters. 22 o^ly «» "-a^*"™ 
Mill the men consent unto us ,„ 
to dwell with us, to '^°" one 
peoptle, if every male among us 
be circumcise<]l, as they are cir- 
cumcised. 2^- Shall not their 
cattle and their substance and 
eve^ w STttoii, be ours ? only let 
us consent unto them, and they 
will dwell with us. *♦ And unto 
Hamor and unto Shechem his 
son hearkened all that 'went 
out of the gate of his city ; and 
every male was circumcised, all 
that went out of the gate of his 
city. ^ And it came to pass on 
the third day, when they were 
sore, that two of the sons of Ja- 
cob, *Simeon and Levi, •'Dinah's 
brethren, took each man his 
sword, and came upon the city 
'"bSXr and slew aU the males. 
*^ And they slew Hamor and 
Shechem his son with the 'edge 
of the sword, and took Dinah 
out of Shechem's house, and 
went 'gS^ " The sons of Jacob 
came upon the slain, and spoiled 
the city, because they h^ de- 
filed their sister. ^ They took 
their ^ and their ^ and 
their afises, and that wWch was 
in the city, and that which was 
in the ^^X' ^ and all their 
wealth, and all their little ^ 
and their "^^Z took they S^;i 
and "?Jn^ even all that was in 
the housa ^ And Jacob said 
to Simeon and Levi, ''Ye have 
troubled ^ 'to mt^e me to 
stink among the inhabitants of 
the land,*^ amon^ 'the Canaanites 
and the Perizzites: S^ I 'being 
few in number, they .'SJu gather 
themselves together against ^ 
and 'SJi" me; and I shall be de- 
stroyed, I find my house. ^' And 
they said. Should he deal with 
our sister as with an harlot ? 



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(Hob.). 

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vch.32.2a. 



^ And God said unto 
OC Jacob, Arise, go up to 
*^^ »Beth-el, and dwell there: 
and make there an altar unto 
God, ^ appeared unto thee 
*when thou fleddest fix)m the 
face of Esau thy brother. 
2 Then Jacob said unto his 
"household, and to all that were 
with him, Put away ''the strange 
gods that are among you, and 
^""^SSSr"™^ and change your 
garments : ^ and let us arise, 
and go up to Beth-el ; and I will 
make there an altar unto God, 
"who answered me in the day of 
my distress, and ^was with me 
in the way which I went. * And 
they gave unto Jacob all the 
strange gods which were in their 
hand,' and ^u SSr'^SSing, which 
were in their ears ; and Jacob 
hid them under *the 'oak which 
was by Shechem. ^ And they 
joumeved: and tbe'tlSSf SP^ was 
upon the cities that were round 
about them, and they did not 
pursue after the sons of Jacolx 
^ So Jacob came to '"Luz, which 
is in the land of gSSSl '""SJ?^ " 
Brth^ he and all the people 
that were with him. ^ And ne 
built there an altar, and called 
the place **El-beth-el : because 
"there God '^p^S!^*' unto him, 
when he fled from the face of 
his brother. » ^St "Deborah Re- 
bekah's nurse died, and she was 
buried bSSSu. Beth-el under 'S* 
oak : and the name of it was 

Caiiea {AUon-bKihaOi. 

' And God appeared unto 
Jacob again, when he came 
SSTof^F^SSJSS: and blessed him. 
^® And God said unto him, Thv 
name is Jacob : "thy name shall 
not be called any more Jacob, 
but "Israel shall be thy name : 
and he called his name IsraeL 



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" And God said unto him, 'I 
am 'Crod Almighty: be "firnitfiil 
and multiply; <'a nation and a 
company of nations shall be of 
thee, and kings shall come out 
of thy loins ; ^^ and "the land 
which I gave "°'° Abraham and 
Isaac, to diee I will gire it, and 
to thy seed after thee will I give 
the land. ^^ And God -^went up 
from him in the place where he 
aS5S with him. '*And Jacob 
's^ up a pillar in the place 
where he ^^ with him, ,^ a 
pillar of stone : and he poured 
<^ a drink offering thereon, and 
i» poured oil thereoa ^* And 
Jacob called the name of the 
idaoe wh^« God spake with 
Lim, *Beth-eL '^ Andthev jour- 
neyed from Beth-el ; and there 
^ras fcSt'^B'm&e way to come to 
Ephrath: and Rachel traTaUed, 
ami she had hard labour. ^^ And 
it came to pass, when she was in 
hard labour, that the midwife 
said unto her, Fear not ; '" '"'* 
'thou ebalt have t2ff"^ "Sib. 
^And it came to pass, as her 
soul was in departmg ^for she 
died), that she called his name 
** Boi-oni : 'but his fiather called 
him ''Bei^jamin. ^^ And 'Ba- 
cfad died, and was buried in the 

way 10 iphi»Ui. TThlohii Beth-lBhem. 

*> And Jacob set '"' a pillar up- 
<m her grave: "'\,S°"' is 'the ^}& 
of Badiel's grave unto this day. 
^ And Israel journeyed, and 
spread his tent beyond the 
-tower of 1^: 22 And it came 
to pass, Z^ isnuel dwelt in that 
land, that Reuben went and 
'lay with Bilhah his fitther's 
ooDcalMne: and Israel heard 
-it. 

ISow the sons of Jacob were 
twelve : ^ the sons of Leah ; 



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*Reuben, Jacob's firstborn, and 
Simeon, and Levi, and Judah, 
and Issachar, and 2jebulun: 
2* the sons of Rachel ; iSSjS. and 
Benjamin: ^ and the sons of 
Bilmh, Rachel's handmaid ; ^ 
and Naphtali : '^ and the sons 
of Ziljpan, Leah's handmaid ; ^ 
and Asher: these are the sons 
of Jacob, which were bom to 
him in ^^.^S!" " And Jacob 
came unto Isaac his father ^^ 

'^Ufamm *" 'Klrlath«rbs (the aune ia 
lUamre, nnU> the dty of Arbah. which U 

Heto^!: where Abraham and Isaac 
sojourned ^ And the days of 
Isaac were an hundred and four- 
score years. ^ And Isaac gave 
up the ghoet, and died, %id 
was gathered unto his people, 
Mn0 old and fiill of ^H; and 

Eaatt and Jacob 'hla sons KiinoH Viim 
hla aons Bnui uid Jacob DUneQ nUH. 

^ ^ Now these are the 
on generations of J^^"j,'i-g' 
^ *M^ ^ Esau "took his 
wives of the daughters of Ca- 
naan ; Adah the daughter of 
Elon the Hittite, and JffiSffiSSk? 
the daughter of ^^ the *daugh- 
ter of Zibeon the Hivite ; ' and 
^SSSS Ishmael's daughter, sis- 
ter of gjgJjSSl: ♦And Adah bare 
to Esau 'Eliphaz; and ^2^*5, 
bar© Reuel ; ^ and MSSfh bare 
Jeush, and . AAiS? and Korah: 
these are tiie sons of Esau, 
which were bom unto him in 
the land of Canaan. ° And 
Esau took his wives, and his 
sons, and his daughters, and all 
the tpSSma of his house, and Mb 
cattle, and all his beasts, and all 
Us ^SbSSS^ which he had ""^ 
in tjie land of Canaan ; and 

went mtO tj,, oountry fi^tEe'taae of hiS 

brother Jacob. ^ "For their 

anbatance was too great for tbem to rliirAll 
ikbaa were more than (hat thejr mlcfat uweil 

together; and 'the land ^b^ 

tb»'^^J^>t«, could not bear 



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■itbotttlea haTC, aim. SMTer. 24. 

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them because of their cattle. 
* '6lli^at''Sla in "mount Seir: 
"Esau is Edom. ° And these 
are the generations of Esau the 
father of '•''"the Edomites in 
mount Seir: ^° these are the 
names of Esau's sons; 'Eliphaz 
the son of Adah the wife of 
Esau, Reuel the son of ^5ffi& 
the wife of Esau. " And the 
aaoB of Eliphaz were Teman, 
Omar, ''Zepho, and Gatam, and 
Kenaz. ^^ And Timna was con- 
cubine to Eliphaz Esau's son ; 
and she bare to Eliphaz '^Ama- 
lek : these ^ the sons of Adah 
Esau's wife. '^ And these are 
the sons of Reuel ; Nahath, and 
Zerah, Shammah, and Mizzah : 
tihese were the sons of ^IS^^'fi, 
Esau's wife. ^ And these were 
the sons of ^SSSlSSS the daugh- 
ter of iS& the daughter of Zi- 
beon, Esau's wife : and she bare 
to Esau Jeush, and /i!!^ and 
KoraL « These "JipMukes 
of the sons of Esan : *the sons 
of Eliphaz the firstborn ,on of 
Esan ; duke Teman, duke Omar, 
duke Zepho, duke Kenaz, ^° duke 
Korah, duke Gatam, ^^ duke 
Amalek : these are the dukes 
that came of Eliphaz in the land 
of Edom; these ^ the sons of 
AdaL ^ And these are the 
sons of "•Reuel Esau's son; duke 
Nahath, duke Zerah, duke Sham- 
mah, duke MLzzah : these are the 
dukes that came of Reuel in the 
land of Edom; these are the 
sons of iK^h Esau's wife. 
''^And these are the sons of 
*SaSS£S? Esau's wife; duke 
Jeush, duke j;^ duke Korah : 
these ^, the dukes that came 
of M^S5£ the daughter of 
Anah, Esau's wife. '» These 
are the sons of Esau, who u Edom. 



brer. 1,& 

e rer. 1, 1& 
d For rer. 

■eelChr. 
i.K-a. 

«oh. 14, <L 
I>ent.2.U,a 

gytr.i. 



k Num. 24. 

iBun. l&Sit. 
8m Ex. 17. 
S-lS,a<. 



/I!x.lS.U 
tT<r. 11.11, 



NForrvc; 
••elChr. 

1.4 



and these ar-e their **''*^ 

*tb« lame ii BAom. 

«»*rhese are the sons of 'Sea 
the Horite, "■U^fn'SSSiad"' th 
land; iSSS. and ^^and ^£S 
and Anah, ^ and g££s: an. 
^ and Dishan: these are tb 
dukes "^ "»°" of the Horitea, fch. 
children of Seir in the land o 
Edom. ^ And the children o 
Lotan were Hori and 'tHemam 
and Lotan's sister was Tinona 
23 And "^ »" the children o 
Shobal ,^th«e; i^JS and JSs: 
g:a. and Ebal, Ji&|ȣS and Onam 
^ And Uiese are the childreu 
of Zibeon; bot^'jumh, and Anah : 
this wJ'amt Anah^ foimd the 
""mSS*" in the wilderness, as 
he fed the asses of Zibeon his 
father. 26 ^<j th-, «« thg child- 

'S?,.^^ ^^ ^ ">«; SS& and 
AhSuteS the daughter of Anah. 
2^ And these are the children of 
^Dishon; ^f^^ and fSffiS and 
& and Cheran. 27 The«^ the 
children of Ezer „„««-.; I& 
and g2~ and '♦tAkan. ^ ^hej. 
"• "» children of Dishan „„ a,^ ; 
g» and Aran. 20 These are the 
dukes that eame of the Horites ; 
'duke Lotan, duke Shobal, duke 
Zibeon. duke Anah, ^ duke Di- 
shon, duke Ezer, duke Dishan : 
these are the dukes that came 
of "* ^^^iS^T* '" their d"tes 



in the land of Seir. 

^ And "these are the kings 
that reigned in the land of 
Edom, before there reigned any 
king over the children of IsraeL 
'2 And Bela the sou of Beor 
reigned in f^j and the name of 
his city was Dinhabah. ^ And 
Bela died, and Jobab the son of 
Zerah of Bozrah reigned in lus 
stead. 34 ^J^^ Jobab died, and 
Husham of the land of "" jte**" 



av. ■ Hgb. JMom. > In 1 Cbr. L Mt4<>>^ 

..Him. •InlChr. l.«VM<]iM. 'HelkDMait. 

A.V. • BA. JMoM. f Or.arM. t Or. Bm 

it OtrJaktuk. 



"iSfc 



. ' In 1 Clir. 1. 31, /fofiMM. • In 1 Cbr. L «!, 

Cbr. 1. 41. MonniK. ' In 1 €hr. 1. «^ J'ootaa, 

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ragned in his stead. ^^ And 
Hudbam died, and Hadad the 
8on of Bedad, who smote Midian 
in the field of Moab, reigned in 
his stead : and the name of his 
<rity was Ayith. ^ And Hadad 
died, and Samlah of Masrekah 
r^ned in his stead. ^^ And 
Samlah died, and ^^ of »Reho- 
both by the ^S reigned in his 
stead. 38 ,j^d «^ died, and 
Baal-hanan the son of Achbor 
reigned in his stead. ^° And 
Baal-hanan the son of Achbor 
died, and "Hadar reigned in his 
stead : and the name of his city 
-was 'Pan; and his wife's name 
was M^etabel, the daughter of 
Matr«d, the daughter of t^± 
^ And these are the names of 
die dukes that came of Esau, 
according to their fiimilies, after 
their places, by their names ; 
duke ^^Sl duke '^Ahah, duke 

Jethstli, aUKe AboUUumiSiaUKe 

Elah, duke '|2SS? ' *^ dukeKenaz, 
dnke Tanan, duke g!gS! "^ duke 
Magdiel, duke Iram: £hese be 
the dukes of Edom, according 
to tibeir habitations in the land 
of their pSgSS: '^ is Esau the 
&ther of ''^the Edomites. 

^ And Jacob dwelt 



37 



m 
' ine lana iwtwnin hit hOiw 
wiJTJS^. in the land of 
Canaan. ^ These are the genera- 
tions of Jacob. Joseph, being 
seventeen years old, was feeding 
the flock with his brethren ; and 

tbetod'Jw ■'"t^ *t® ^°^ o^ Bilhah, 
and with the sons of Zilpah, 
his fiither's wives: and Joseph 

1i»Li\jiifti<- 'tba btU report of them onto their 
WOUgnt nnto IK father their ern 

^SS 3 Now Israel loved Joseph 
more than all his children, be- 
cause he was "the son of his old 
age: and he made him '"a coat 
of many ' colours. * And ^hen his 



ach. la 

II m. 
osKsb.ae.1t. 



toh.«2.e,>L 



tch.4a.7i 



dOn. Nam. 



/Seech, aa 

vOpieta. as. 

18. 

»T*r.7,» 



2.U,SL 



tSeeeh-aa. 

u. 



ICp-lSam. 
2.23,«. 



NTee.8l.ss. 
ISuo. 18.18 
Amff. 



iH^thren saw that their feither 
loved him more than all his 
""^Sir* they hated him, and 
could not speak peaceably unto 
him. ° And Joseph dreamed a 
dream, and he told it *° his bre- 
thren : and they hated him yet 
the more. ° And he said unto 
them. Hear, I pray you, this 
dream which I have dreamed: 
' for, behold, we were binding 
sheaves in the field, and, lo, 
^my sheaf arose, and also stood 
upright ; and, behold, yonr 
sheaves ^^ round about, and 
"made obeisance to my sheaf 
° And his brethren said to him, 
Shalt thou indeed reign over 
us? or shalt thou indeed have 
dominion over us? And they 
hated him yet the more for his 
dreams, and for his words. 
® And he drewned yet another 
dream, and told it *° his bre- 
thren, and said, Behold, I have 
dreamed .'S^^L^SS.; and, be- 
hold, the sun and liie moon and 
the eleven stars "made obeisance 
to me. ''° And he told it to 
his father, and to his ^^\ 
and his father rebuked him, and 
said unto him. What is this 
dream that thou hast dreamed? 
Shall I and 'thy mother and 
thy brethren indeed come *to 
bow down ourselves to thee to 
the earth ? '^ And *his brethren 
envied him ; -^but his &ther 
ob!SJ?ed the saying '""^0. ^*And 
his brethren went to feed their 
father's flock in ''Shechem. 
'^ And Israel said unto Joseph, 
Do not thy brethren feed the 
flock in Shechem? come, and I 
will send thee unto them. And 
he said to him, Here am L 
'^ And he said to him, oo.??SS^W 
"see whether it be well with thy 



^ In 1 Cbr. L 60, and Mme snefent aatborltiee, Hadad. 
» Or,mttmttmrj«*iu i»<tt i l w n il 



_.av . 

A.V. ... 



A.V. *\Cht.x.ta,llmiadPai. After hie death wu an Arirt4icra<7, Ex. U 1\ «0 



•InlChr. l.so.PiH. > In 1 Chr. L si, Aliok. 
« Or. iUfak, : nA.Bdam. 



• Beh 
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brethren, and well with the ^"^ ; 
and bring me word again. So 
he sent mm out of the vale of 
•"Hebron, and he came to She- 
chem. ^^ And a certain man 
fomid him, and, behold, he was 
wandering in the field : and the 
man asked him, saying, What 
seekest thou ? ^^ And he said, 
I seek my brethren : tell m^ I 
pray thee, where they '"/Sa* 
oSfr-^L " And the man said, 
They are departed £SSi for I 
heard them say, Let us go to 
*Dothan. And Joseph went 
after his brethren, and found 
them in *Dothan. ^^ And ^hen 
they saw him afar off) "^ before 
he came near unto them, ^they 
conspired against him to slay 
him. ^° And they said one to 
another. Behold, this "dreamer 
Cometh. ^ Oome now therefore, 
and ^let us slay him, and cast 
him into °".?L"'pit!^'"' and we will 
say, s^e evil beast hath devoured 
him: and we shall see what 
will become of his dreams. 
*• And "Reuben heard it, and 
iM, delivered him out of their ^^; 
and said. Let us not *»i!u''hir"- 
^ And Reuben said unto them. 
Shed no wSSI^itrf cast hhn into 
this pit that is in the wilderness, 
^ lajr no hand upon ^iSj *that 
he might ^4'" him out of their 
ilSt. to SS1{;S him to his US^-SuB. 
^And it came to pass, when 
Joseph was come unto his bre- 
thren, that they stript Joseph oat 
of his coat, '^ coat of many 
^colours that was on him ; 
^ and they took him, and 'cast 
him into ^' pit : and the pit 
was empty, there was no water 
in it. ^ And they sat down to 
eat bread : and uey lifted up 
their eyes and looked, and, be- 



a Jok a. IB. 
lMl.21. U. 

bCpwnr. 28i 
M 
*Gh.aS.L 

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J«r. 8.33 
446. 11. 

<tch. IS.U 



erer. SOb 



,/^' 



Jade. 8. AM, 

k2Klll.& 
IS. 

Cp. Judith 
4.« 

& 7. 9,18 

<ch.4S.i. 
Pl ios. it. 
AcU 7. a. 
Cp. Wlidom 
id 11. 

lCp.rM.BT. 

ia,xt. 



tc)l.44.11. 

Num. x*.t. 
2 Bam. 1. 11 
A3.SL 
Job I. SO. 

luttzs. 

HI, at 
t Tar. 96. 
«>ch.42.U, 

n» 

*44.SL 
Jar. 81. Ul 
Lam. 6. 7. 

nrar. S. 

ocli.4a.92. 



pnr. 20.30. 



^Ter. 20. 
ell.44.». 



«Cp. Jar. 
S8.e 
&Uun.S.U. 



ICn.18 

trT 



12. 

1tch.4a.tt 
&44.2a,31. 

a ItaL s. 14 
(mg. for mf.). 



hold, a '"^"'^^^ company o 
'ffiS8i5Sr came from gSSSr witi 
their camels bearing '"spicerj 
and 'Imlm and 'myrni, gomg U 
carry it down to Egypt^ *® Anc 
Judah sud unto ma brethren, 
What profit is it "if we slay oin 
fiSSlJJ and conceal his blood f 
" Come, and let us sell him to 
the fiailS and -aet not our 
hand be upon him ; for he is 
our brStb^iVi our flesh. And his 
brethren '«»[!;?^oS?^t"°" ''^ ^^ 
there passed by 'ISffl^S* mer- 
chantmen ; and they drew and 
lifted up Joseph out of the pit, 
and 'sold Joseph to the gfiS^JS 
for twenty pieces of giJS: ^i 
they brou^t Joseph into Egypt. 
^ And Itouben returned unto 
the pit; and, behold, Joseph 
was not in tiie pit; and ne 
*rent his clothes. ^° And he 
returned unto his brethren, and 
said. The child "'is not; and I, 
whither shall I go? ^ And 
they took "Joseph's coat, and 
killed a ua o^TE?W* and dipped 
the coat in the blood; ^*^and 
they sent the coat of many 
colours, and they brought it to 
their &ther ; and said. This 
have we found : know now 
whether it be thy son's coat or 
°t ^'And he knew it, and 
said, It is my son's coat; 'an 
evil beast hath devoured him; 
Joseph is without doubt |^ in 
pieces. ^ And Jacob rent his 
^££^ and put sackcloth upon 
lus loins, and mourned for his 
son many day& '^ And aU his 
sons and all nis daughters 'rose 
up to comfort him ; but he re- 
fiwed to be comforted ; and he 
said. For "I will go down ,*£, 
"•the grave aSo nay son mourn- 
ing. ?hM his &tner wept for 



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liiiD. ^ And "the ^Midis^tes 
8oId him into Egypt unto Poti- 
idiar, ^a 'officer of Pharaoh's, 
JSJS *♦ captain of the guard. 

^ ^ And it cune to pass 
Oq at that time, that Judah 
*^^ went down from his bre- 
thren, and 'turned in to a cer- 
tain -^Adallamite, whose name 
was Elijah. ^And Judah saw 
ihere a daughter of a certain 
^S^ whose name was ^fSS; 
and he took her, and went in 
imto her. ^ And she concaved, 
and bare a son; and he called 
his name 'Er. * And she con- 
cerred again, and bare a son; 
and she called his name *Onan. 
* And she yet again ooncai«d. ai 
bare a ^. and called his niune 
*^helah : and he was at Chezib, 
when she bare him. ° And Ju- 
dah took a wife for Er his first- 
bom, •SboSr name w&s Tamar. 
' And Er, Judah's firstborn, 
"was wicked in the sight of the 
Lord; axtd the Lord slew him. 
' And Judah said unto Onan, Gk> 
in unto "thy brother's wife, Mid 

•fmiorm tbs dn^ of ui hndiand'a brother unto 
many 

her, and raise up seed to thy 
brother. ° And C^an knew that 
the s^d should not be his; and 
it came to pass, when he went 
in unto his brother's wife, that 
be spilled it on the ground, lest 
a^ he should give seed to his 
Invther. '"And the thing which 
he did "—JgiSaS^'"' the Lord: 
.teSrfare he slew him also. '" Then 
said Judah to Tamar his daugh- 
ter in law, ''Remain a widow Si 
thy fo^ei^s house, till Shelah 
my son be grown "•': for he said. 
Lest pe«j™.t«e he ^aj^"*' his 
,,4jgS^ And Tamar went and 
dwdt 'in her fother's house. 



CpL Ter. 95 
Jkch-sai. 

6eh.a4.«7 
ftS7. K 

1 aun. la m. 

• Cll.4a>,4 
*4I. 10,11. 

dJaili. IS. 

iftwm. 

Jade <«. I- 



clklSkiL 
9 Kin. 4. a. 

/18am. 22. 

9 Sun. 2a UL 
lObr. II. u. 
Mie.1. U. 

p Jodith la 
& 

A C|>. Ter. U 
Aoh.24.t9. 

iCixlOllT. 
2.S. 

y»«r. a. 

lech. 4a. a. 
Num. 2a 
11,911 

lm.as. 



inlClii.2.>. 



nlUU.22. 
M. 

Xmlk 12. la. 
Lilka2a38. 
SaeDmL 

2a(-i(iL 

o See Dent. 

2a 9, 

p Ter. 90. 



rCn.RBth 
1. U,Ul 



<LeT.2E.U. 



'^^ And 'in process of time 

Shns'i dangbter, tbe wife of Jodab, Hi»rl • 
the daoKhter of Shnah Judah's wife "^cU , 

and Judah ^was comforted, and 
went up unto his sheepshearera 
to SSStS; he and Ms friend 
Hirah the AduUamite. '^ And 
it was told Tamar, sa3ring, ^ 
^ thy fiither in law goeth up 
to nSSto to shear his sheep. 
*» And she »put ""hS^i?;-."'' gar- 
ments <^^;^2?her**8"d covered 
'"hSr^irith'aliil"'"- and wrapped her- 
self, and sat in *^tAL„^t' 
which is by the way to feSS; 
for she saw that Shelah was. 
grown "", 'and she was not given 
unto him to wife. '•■* When 
Judah saw her, he tliought her 
to be an harlot; be^e she had 
covered her feije. '® And he 
turned unto her by the way, 
and said, Go to, I pray thee, let 
me come in unto a^l aor he 
knew not that she was lus ^S^tS 
In ifw.) And she said. What wilt 
thou give me, that thou mayest 
come in imto me? " And he 
said, I will send thee "a kid "* *^ 
«°»'" from the flock. And she 
said. Wilt thou give me a pledge, 
tin thou send it? ^ And ne 
said. What pledge shall I give 
thee? And she said, *Thy g^^ 
and thy btSe'^tg, and thy staff 
that is in thine hand. And he 
gave "^ *" her, and came in 
unto her, and she conceived by 
him. '* And she arose, and 
went away, and ffiU? 'her :^ 
from her, and put on the gar- 
ments of her widowhood. ^ And 
Judah sent the kid »'«"«<»»• 
by the hand of his friend the 
iSSSSlS; to receive ji^i? pledge 
from the woman's hand : but he 
found her not ^ Then he asked 
the men of uSi place, saying. 



■ Hek MtianiUt. 



' HeU dU^e/tteexeCTiMeMra 



• Beb. tmmmek: But the word doth lifiiiiy not onlir natackt, but alio tlumibniaiti; eewtfen, and <>0Uxn, Eatherl. lOi 
■'""■■ «... .. .„. -... . I jjp^ ^ 



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tmm —e ■MlHiiUliI, iHeb, Afdaerqremor.o/AM/toi. 



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Where is the 'harlot, that was 
•'.;^S^ by the way side? And 
they said, There ^^^ no 'har- 
lot In thSliact. ^ And he returned 
to Judah, and said, I "-^""J &"» 
her; and also the men of the 
place said, "^^ SS° no 'har- 
lot to t£ff|ia«. 23And Judah said. 
Let her take it to her, lest we 
♦beJ^li;^': behold, I sent this 
kid, and thou hast not found 
her. ** And it came to pass 
about three mouths after, that 
it was told Judd), saying, Ta- 
mar thy daughter in law -Hiath 
played the harlot; and "«ag^"' 
behold, she is with childby 
whoredom. And Judah said. 
Bring her forth, and 'let her be 
burnt '^ When she was brought 
forth, she sent to her &ther in 
law, saying, By the man, whose 
these are, am I with child : and 
she said. Discern, I pray thee, 
whose are these, *the signet, 
and ^USaJCwi^' 8<»ff. ^e ^nd 
Judah acknowledged them, and 
said, "She hirthUen more righteous 
than I ; SSJSSliJf "I gave her 
not to Shelah my son. And he 
knew her again no more. ^ And 
it came to pass in the time of 
her travail, that, behold, twins 
were in her womb. ^ And it 
came to pass, when she travailed, 
that «S°^ put out ^i, hand : and 
the midwife took and bound 
upon his hand a scarlet thread, 
saying. This came out first 
™ And it came to pass, as he 
drew back his hand, that, be- 
hold, his brother came out: and 
she said. '^^°" hast thou 

made a breach for thTwlf? thom- 

broken forth ? IhU breach Iw apon thee : ''"i'"' 

fore his name was called jphS™, 
'° And afterward came out his 
brother, that had the scarlet 



t gh. 87. 96. 

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< Ter. SL 
Aota7.a. 
Oil. ch. 21. a 
42e.S4,H 
A 28. U 
AlSain. lau 
Jk la 14,28. 



/J<ldt.ia3. 

v3Chr.aa.&. 
Pi. I.n 

k Ter. SL 

ch. is.ia 
ka&ia 

< LeT. 21. ». 
Op.Daat 
22. SI 
& John 8. K, 

yver.a. 



ICp.ch.aa 
S7. 

miSuii.24. 
:7. 

n Tor. 14. 



SCpLCh.2SL 

17 

*1 Sam. 16.12. 



4 oh. 4& 12. 
Nam. 28.90. 
1 Chr. 2. 4. 
Matt. I. 3. 



thread upon his hand: and hJ 
name was called '^^ 

^ And Joseph was brougli 
QQ down to Egypt ; and *Poti 
•^^ phar, an officer of ^"gS^i 
"" captain of the guard, aa 
Egyptian, "bought hun of th« 
^L of the 'fi^SSSS- which ha< 
brought him down thither. *Anc 
'the Lord was with Joseph, anc 
he was a prosperous man ; anc 
he was in the house of his mastei 
the Egyptian. ^ And his mastei 
saw that the Lord was vrith him, 
and that the Lord "made all 
that he did to prosper in his 
hand. * And Joseph *found 
grace in his sigh^ and he 
•"'f^S?^'^'^ him: and he made 
him overseer over his house, 
^and all that he had he put 
into his hand. ° And it came 
to pass from the time that he f,^ 
made him overseer in his hous^ 
and over all tiiat he had, that 
the Lord blessed the Egyptian's 
house 'for Joseph's ss^e; and 
the blessing of the Lord wbjs 
upon all tttat he ^ in the 
iSSSS: and in the field. And he 



left all that he had in Joseph's 
hand: and *he knew not "^^ 
""hT'^li^ save the bread which 
he did eat And Joseph was 
ag^^ir^ and "weU favoured. 
^ And it came to pass after 
these things, that his master's 
wife cast her eyes upon Joseph ; 
and she said^ Lie with me. 
° But he refused, and said unto 
his master's wife. Behold, my 
master '^^ not what is with 
me in the house, and 'he hath 
oonSi'tt«i all that he hath ^^ my 
hand; ° 'there is none greater 
in this house than I ; neither 
hath he kept back any thing 



R.V. 



> Heb. ImUAak, that ia, a woman dedicated to impare haathen wonhtp. S«e Dent SS. 17, Hoa. 4. 14. 
■• ■ >Thatla,A»«o<*. "" " 



thoumadea bnachl a breach b€ upon tMMt 
ma what it^c ' Or, Aa i« not 

A.V. * Or, in Smaiim, t Heb. bwome • cpiUampf. 
it,Abnatk. 



• Or, vM Mm Aa Imam nol 



■ Or, nomkaM 
' Or, MiowttaoliBitk 



t Or, Wlur«f>nli'Ut0umma4»tbiibnaAaiKitiut»eel 



iniat 



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frcHu me but thee, because thou 
art his wife : how then can I do 
tins great wickedness, and <*sin 
against Ood'i ^° And it came 
to pass, as she spake to Joseph 
day by dav, that he ''hearkened 
not unto her, to lie by her, or 
to be with her. ^^ And it came 
to pass about this time, that 
j^k went into the house to do 
his b^^; and there was none 
of tiie men of the house there 
witiiin. ^^ And -^she caught him 
by hia gwment, saying, Lie with 
me: and he left ms garment in 
her hand, and fled, and got him 
out ^^ And it came to pass, 
when she saw that he had left 
hia garment in her hand, and 
was fled fbrdi, ^ that she called 
unto ihe men of her house, and 
spake unto them, saying, See, 
be hath brought in an Hebrew 
onto us to mock us; he came in 
onto me to lie with me, and I 
cried with a *loud voice: '^ and 
it came to pass, when he heard 
that I lifted up mr voice and 
cried, that he left his garment 
^ me, and fled, and got him 
oat. ^^ And she laid up his gar- 
ment by her, until his "iSd" came 
home. " And she spake unto 
hhn according to these words, 
sajong. The Hebrew servant, 
which thou hast brought unto 
OS, came in unto me to mock 
me : ^ and it came to pa^ as 
I lifted up my voice and cried, 
that he left his garment ^^ me, 
and Qed out ^° And it came to 
pass, when his master heard the 
words of his wife, which she 
niake unto him, saying. After 
this manner did thy servant to 
me ; that his wrath was kindled. 
^ And Joseph's master took 
him, and *put him into the 
"prison, *^ place where the 



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king's prisoners were bound: 
ana he was there in the prison, 
>" But *the LoBD was with Jo- 
seph, and ♦shewed ""lar.JS!^.'^ 
"and gave him favour in the 
sight of the keeper of the prison. 
^ And the keeper of the prison 
'committed to Joseph's hand all 
the prisoners that were in the 

S risen ; and whatsoever they 
id there, he was the doer of 
it ** The keeper of the prison 
looked not to any thing that 
was under his K"; l»cause 
'the Lord was with feJS; and that 
which he did, the Lord made it 
to prosper. 

^ And it came to pass 
AQ after these things, that 
~ the *butler of the king of 
Egypt and his baker 1,,^ oflended 
their lord the king of Egypt 
'^ And Pharaoh was wroth a- 
gaioBt t^,^ oflBcers, against 
the chief of the butlers, and a- 
gaurnt the chief of the bakers. 
*" *And he put them in ward in 
the house of the -'captain of 
the guard, into the prison, the 
place where Joseph was bound. 
* And the captain of the guard 
charged Joseph with them, and he 
°*"'"i^'"'° them: and they con- 
tinued a season in ward. ^ And 
they dreamed a dream both of 
them, each man his g^^ in one 
night^ each man according to 
the interpretation of his dream, 
the butler and the baker of the 
king of Egypt, which were 
bound in me prison. ^ And 
Joseph came in unto them in 
the morning, and lookS' pon them, 
and, behold, they were sad. 
'' And he asked Pharaoh's of- 
ficers that were with him in tha 
ward |>? his "gj*?" house, saying, 
'Wherefore 'look ye so sadly 
£^? 8 And they said unto 



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him, "We have dreamed a dream, 
and there is '""'So*fcLSS*?r1r* it 
And Joseph said unto them, 
'Do not interpretations belong 
to God? tell Je' S^ I prav you. 
^ And the chief butler told his 
dream to Joseph, and said to 
him. In my dream, behold, a 
vine was before me ; ^° and in 
the vine were three branches : 
and it was as though it budded, 
and her blossoms shot forth ; 
and the clusters thereof brought 
forth ripe grapes : " and Pha- 
raoh's cup was in my ^i and I 
took the grapes, and pressed 
them into Pharaoh's cup, and I 
gave the cup into Pharaoh's 
hand. ^^ And Joseph said unto 
him, *Thi8 is the interpretation 
of it: !^he three branches are 
three ^^\ " l^et^^tffi three days 
shall Pharaoh "**lift up thine 
head, and restore thee unto 'th?* 
°£S: and thou shalt ag,™, Pha- 
raoh's cup into his hand, after 
the former manner when thou 
wast his butler. '* But ""fuS* '" 

thy «menjb«no6 ^Jj^q j^ gJ^aU fag 

well with thee, and shew kind- 
ness, I pray thee, unto me, and 
make mention of me unto Pha- 
raoh, and bring me out of this 
house: ^^ for indeed "I was 
stolen away out of the land of 
the Hebrews: and ''here also 
have I done nothing that they 
should put me into the dungeon. 
^° When the chief baker saw 
that the interpretation was good, 
he said unto Joseph, I also was 
in my dream, and, behold, -j^ 

baakeU of vhite bread were »y, niv hoaA • 

three jwhiio bukeu on my ueaa. 
" and in the uppermost basket 
there was of all manner of 
'bakemeats for Pharaoh ; and 
the birds did eat them out of 
the basket upon my head. 



ad>.4l. 16. 
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Jiver. 13. 



<I<eh.2.1. 



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m3Kln.25. 

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(Ok.1. 



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^° And Josei^ answered an* 
said, '"This is the interpretatioi 
thereof; ^'° three baskets ar< 
three ^Ji « Vft'^lh'i? three dayi 
shall Pharaoh "lift up thy hea< 
from off thee, and 'shall haD| 
thee on a tree; and the birdj 
shall eat thy flesh from off thee 
^ And it came to pass the thirc 
day, which was Pharaoh's ■birth- 
day, that he made a feast unto 
all his servants: and he ""lifted 
up the head of the chief butler 
and "" """^ of the chief baker 
among his servants. ^ *Aiid he 
restored the chief butler unto 
his butlership again ; and *he 
gave the cup into Pharaoh's 
hand: ^ but he -'hanged the 
chief baker : as Joseph had in- 
terpreted to them. ^ Yet did 
not the chief butler remember 
Joseph, but forgat him. 

^ And it came to pass at 

^X *^* ®°<1 *^^ ^^ ft^ years, 
~ that Pharaoh dreamed : 
and, behold, he stood by the 
'river. ^And, behold, there came 
up out of the river seven ^^S 
SM°1SS5 and fetfleshed; and 
they fed in ""a'^SSfr" ^ And, 
behold, seven other kine came 
up after them out of the river, 
ill favoured and leanflesbed; and 
stood by the other kine upon 
the brink of the river. •♦ And 
the ill favoured and leanfleshed 
kine did eat up the seven well 
favoured and fat kina So Pha^ 
raoh awoke. ^ And he slept and 
dreamed the second time: and, 
behold, seven ears of com came 
up upon one stalk, '♦'rank and 
good ° And, behold, seven SS5 
SS and 'blasted with the east 
^^df sprung up after them. ^And 
the eeren ^m cars "^^^ the 
seven 'rank and full ears. And 



'Or, 



R. V. > HoK rtor, that In, th« NUe. < Heb. /ii(. 

•• Or. rBcioM--' " "-*- '-' 



1 Or, ndbm Mee, and take thr office from (Jbe. 

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[Chap. 41, v. 30 



Pharaoh awoke, and, behold, it 

was a dream. ^ And it came to 

paas in the morning "that his 

spirit was troabled ; and he sent 

and called for all the '^magicians 

of Egypt, and all the wise men 

tiiereof : and Pharaoh told them 

his dream; bat there was none 

that could interpret them unto 

Pharaoh. ® Then spake the chief 

butler unto Pharaoh, saying, I 

*do remember my &ults ttils 

day : ^° Pharaoh was "wroth 

with his servants, ''and put me 

in -wnrvl in tlio honss of 'the captain of 
m Wara m ine captoln of the guarf-s 

SSJ?^ me and the chief baker : 
^ and -^we dreamed a dream 
in one night, I and he; we 
dreamed eiM^ man according to 
the interpretation of his dr^un. 
« And there was S^-^tS^ a 
young man, an Hebrew, servant 
to the captain of the guard ; 
and we told him, and <'he inter- 
preted to OS our dreams; to 
each mim according to his dream 
he did interpret. ^ And it came 
to pass, 'as he interpreted to us, 
so it was; *me he restored unto 
mine office, and him he hanged. 
***Tl»«i Pharaoh sent and called 
Joseph, and they ''brought him 
basnly "out of the dungeon : 
and he shaved himself, and 
dianged hia raiment, and came 
in nnto Pharaoh. '' And Pha- 
raoh said mito Joseph, I have 
dreamed a dream, and there is 
none that can interpret it : and 
•I have heard say of thee, that 

wbea thoa haarest a draam thoo eanit ij. 
Itboa canst nndentand a dream to '"' 

terpret it. '^ And Joseph an- 
swered Pharaoh, saying, 'It is 
not in me : *God shall give Pha- 
raoh an answer of peace. ^^ And 
Pbaraoh •gw «nto Joseph, *In 
my dream, behold, I stood upon 
the SS of the river: '" and, be- 



a Pa 77. 4 
Dan. a.11, a 



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ftmg. 



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28,!9,45 
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mCp.lSam. 
2.8 

tLtM. iia.r,8. 



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LI. 



over, n 

Dan. 8. Ml 

prer. K. 



q San. 2. 3a 
r Ter. 47. 
>ch.4a8. 
Dan. 2. 2!, 

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i-r. 



hold, there came up out of the 
river seven kine, &tfleshed and 
well fevoured ; and they fed in 
""I SS£^: '° and, behold, seven 
other kine came up after them, 
poor and very ill ravoured and 
leanfleshed, such as I never saw 
in aU the land of Eg3rpt for bad- 
ness : ^° and the lean and the iU 
^Eivoured kine did eat up the 
first seven fat kine : ^ and when 
they had 'eaten them up, it could 
not be known that they had eaten 
them ; but they were still ill &- 
voured, as at the beginning. So 
I awoke. ^ And I saw in my 
dream, and, behold, seven ears 
came up "JJ" one stalk, full and 
good: ^ an<]^ behold, seven ears, 
Mvithered, thin, and blasted with 
the east wind, sprung up after 
them : ** and the thin ears 
"^CT^d"" the seven good ears: 
and *I told »<. unto the ma- 
gicians; but there was none 
that could declare it to me. 
^ And Joseph said unto Pha- 
raoh, The dream of Pharaoh is 



/what I 



abont to do he hath d» 



/\T1A' 'wuav God is I — — — 

""f- Ood hath shewed Pharaoh what ho 
clared nnto Pbaiaob. 26 TVia sovati 
M about to do. AllC SOVeU 

good Mne are seven years ; and 
the seven good ears are seven 
years: the dream is one. "And 
the seven {SSS and ill favoured 
kine that came up after them 
are seven JgS"; and *'*' the seven 
enmly ears blasted with the east 
'^i^nd shall be "seven years of 
fiEunina ^^ Sis is the thing 
which I havS'^ken «nto Pharaoh: 
T^ God is about to do he 
""Se^rth** unto Pharaoh. 29 Be- 
hold, there come 'seven years of 
Seat plenty throughout all the 
ad of Egypt: ^° and there 
shall "arise after them seven 
years of fiunine; and all the 
plenty shall be forgotten in the 



RV. > Or, laCTtd itrHu 
t»lnf»mt. f Or, 



'Or.walmattmettltono/ ' Or, Iwatntlor*!. 

t Or, when tlum ktarat a draam Omt taut iatOTnt «. 



.tokdhtwaahamstd 

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land of Egypt; "and the fiEunine 
shall consume the land; ^ and 
the plenty shall not be known 
in the land by reason of that 
femine ""gJiJ^"*; for it shall 
be veiT 'grievous. '* And for 
that the dream was doubled 
unto Pharaoh \^^. it is because 
the 'thing is ^ established by 
God, and God will shortly bring 
it to pass. ^ Now therefore let 
Pharaoh look out a man discreet 
and wise, and set him over the 
land of Egypt ** Let Pharaoh 
do this, and let him appoint 
't^m over the land, and take 
up the fifth part of the land of 
£^;ypt in the seven plenteous 
years. ** And 'let them gather 
all the food of ^ good years 
that come, and lay up com 
under the hand of ^ISS^r»S°f.t° 



the dtlM, 
them km 



and let them kee] 
food Id the 



StP.."- ^And 



them keep food In the cities. j~^.^\a 

Sa food shaU be for 'J^S* to 



that 



the land against the seven years 
of fomine, which shall be in the 
land of Egypt; that the land 
*perish not through the &mine. 
®' And the thing was good in 
the eyes of Pharaoh, and in the 
eyes of all his servants. ^ And 
Pharaoh said unto his servants, 
Can we find such a one as t^\ 
*a man in whom the gSirit of 
God is? '* And Pharaoh said 
unto Joseph, Forasmuch as God 
hatli shewed thee all this, there 
is none so discreet and wise as 
thou art: ^ ""thou shalt be over 
my house, and according unto 
thy word shall all my people 
'"be ruled: only in the throne 
will I be greater than thou. 
*'' And Pharaoh said unto Jo- 
seph, See, "I have set thee over 
all the land of Egypt. « j^^ 



Pharaoh ^took oflf his •^•» ring 



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11. 

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a Nam. 28. 
19. 

Ini. 14. M 
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4a.» 

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tCt.Vt.UlS. 
«1.«3. 



ob.4 



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43. U (mc.l. 

inr. 4B. 



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0*11.1.1*. 



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18. 

Dm. 4.9,18 

ts.u,u 

i eh. 92. 17. 
Jadg. 7. 11. 
lauL 13.11. 
Pa. 73. 37. 



mPl. lOS. 
21. 

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l>ch.4&K 

k4a.t. 



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[Chap. 41, v. sa 



from his hand, and put it upon 
Joseph's hand, and 'arrayed nim 
in vestures of ""fine linen, "and 
put a gold chain about his neck ; 
^ and he made him to ride in 
the second chariot which he 
had; ''and tiiey cried before 
him, '♦♦Bow the knee: and he 
^e him ruler ^ovcT all the land 
of E^pt. ** And Pharaoh said 
unto Joseph, I am Pharaoh, and 
'without thee shall no man lift 
up his hand or ^ foot in all the 
land of Egypt ^ And Pharaoh 
called Joseph's name jfSS^tt. 
^^; and ne gave him to wife 
Asenath the daughter of p^o^Xd^ 
"priest of *0n. And Joseph 
went out over ^u the land of 
Egypt ** And Joseph was 
thirty years old when he ■'stood 
before Pharaoh king of Egypt 
And Joseph went out from toe 
presence of Pharaoh, and went 
throughout all the land of Egypt 
*7 And in the seven plenteous 
vears the earth brought forth by 
nandfiils. *® And he gathered 
up all the food of the seven 
^SS. which were in the land of 
Egypt, and laid up the food in 
the cities : the food of the field, 
which was round about every 
city, laid he up in the same. 
*» And Joseph ^^^ com 'as 
the sand of the sea, very much, 
until he left numbering; for it 
was viithout number. *° And 
"unto Joseph were boro two 
sons before the ^SS of iamine 
came, which Asenath the daugh- 
ter of p^Hpte »»prie8t of On bare 
unto him. ^' And Joseph called 
the name of the firstborn **Ma- 
nasseh: ?gf-^ i^^«^ hath made 
me forget all my toil, and all 
my fiather's house. ^^ And the 



R.V. 1 Or, order fftemtttMt Or, do Xomaot * Or. ootton 

the Uobnw vorl meaning (0 iaweL < Tliatta, JfiiMifffo/orvX. 

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Mm. •• Or, tiUk. » Or, Tmder fatltar. Hib. MnHk. 

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of the second called he 
"Ephraim: For God hath '.^^ 
me to be fruitful in the land of 
my afBicdon. ^ And the seven 
years of pini^^aa., that iiras in 
the hind of Egypt, «»^'°J34!^ 
** And 'the seven years of SSSf 
began to come, 'according as Jo- 
seph had said : and 'feJTd^*^'' 
in all luids ; but in all ^e Isuad 
of i^ypt there was bread. ^And 
when all the land of Egypt was 
femiahed, the people cned to 
Pharaoh for bread : and Pharaoh 
aaid unto all the Egyptians, Go 
unto Joee^; what he saitli to 
yoo, doi °^ And the fiunine was 
over all the &ce of the earth : 
2^ Joeej^ opened ^all the store- 
hooses, and "sold unto the f^yp- 
tians ; and the fiumine „^ sore 
in the land of I^ypt "And 
an ooontries came into Egypt to 
Joseph for to buy com ; because 
Oat uie &mine was „ sore 'in 

ail ''xa?^ 

' Now »h,n ^Jacob saw 
A2 ^^''^ there was com in 
■ ^Bgrpt, "^ Jacob said unto 
his sons, Why do ve look one 
upon another? ' And he said, 
Bdiold, I have heard that there 
is com in f^ypt: get yon down 
thither, and'^buy for us from 
thence; that we may 'live, and 
not die. ^ And Joseph's ten 
brethren went down to buy 
awn *^ Ekrp^ *Bnt Benja- 
min, ** Joseph^ brother, Jacob 
sent not with his brethren; for 
he said, "Lest peradventnre mis- 
chief befoll him. ° And the 
BOOS of Israel came to buy a^ 
among those that came: for the 
fiunine was in the land of Ca- 
naan. ° And Joseph was the 
goTonor "over the i,^^ he it 
that sold to all tixe people 



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ent.7,tt. 



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3l[,3<. 



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yXeUT. 12. 



km. to. 

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of the land: and Joseph's bre- 
thren came, and ^bowed down 
themselves befon him with then* 
faces to the earth. ^ And Jo- 
seph saw his brethren, and he 
knew them,^ but made himself 
strange unto them, and ''spake 
'roughly Sto them; and he said 
unto them, Whence come ye? 
And they said, From the land 
of Canaan to buy food. ° And 
Joseph knew his brethren, but 
they knew not him. ° And Jo- 
seph ■'remembered the dreams 
wnich be dreamed of them, 
'and said unto them. Ye are 
spies ; to see the nakedness of 
the land ye are come. ^° And 
they said unto him. Nay, my 
lord, but to buy food are thy 
servants come. " We are ail 
one man's sons ; we are true 
men, thy servants are no spies. 
^ And he said unto them. Nay, 
but to see the nakedness of the 
land ye are coma ^' And they 
said, ^fhy^ servants are twelve 
bretiu'en, the sons of one man 
in tile land of Canaan ; and, be- 
hold, the youngest is this day 
with our fether, and one *is not 
^* And Joseph said imto them. 
That is it that I spake unto you, 
saying, Ye are spies : ''^ hereby 
ye shsJl be proved: By the life 
of Pharaoh ye shall not go forth 
hence, except your youngest 
brother come hither. ^® Send 
one of you, and let him fetch 
your brother, and ye shall be 
ikeirtta"^. that your words may 
be proved, whether u^/^"?,, 
tratn in you : or else by the life 
of Pharaoh surely ye are spies. 
"And he 'put them all together 
into Mrard three days. ^° And 
Joseph said unto them the third 
day. This do, and live; ''for I 



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fear God : ''° if ye be true men, 
let one of your brethren be 
bound in t^ofJl'^f ^in^l. go 
ye, carry "com for the famine 
of your houses: '^ ^ 'bring 
your youngest brother unto me ; 
so shall your words be verified, 
and ye shall not die. And they 
did so. ^ And they said one to 
another, ''We are verily guilty 
concerning our brother, in that 
we saw the ^iSffi of his soul, 
when he besought us, and we 
would not hear; therefore is 
this distress come upon us. 
^ And Beuben answered them, 
saying, "Spake I not imto you, 
saying. Do not sin against the 
cmld ; and ye would not hear? 

tssssi'^ra *W8 blood is 

required. ^ And they knew 
not that Joseph understood 

fliAm • fnf there was an interpreter be- 
Uiem . lOr *^ gj^e unto theml^ sn 

»lSSp,SS°- '* And he turned 
himself about from them, and 
'wept; and "• returned to ^• 
*c*i>>, and conSSSSd^ith them, and 
took «"°'i?Sm"SSn."SSI™}f^' and 
bound him before their eyes. 
28 •"Then Joseph commanded to 
fill their "Scff with com, and to 
restore every man's money into 
his sack, and to give them pro- 
vision for the way: and thus 
™di " hS"° unto them. ^^ ^<j 
they laded their asses vritii '£^ 
com, and departed thence. 
" And as "one of them opened 
his sack to give his ass pro- 
vender in 'Sie "^jj^p"**. he 
espied his money : ^^ behold, it 

iirnB in the month oi hU sack. 28 A n/1 
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he said unto his brethren, My 
money is restored ; and, lo, it is 
even in my sack : and their 
heart ^foiled them, and they 
.'^■linSrSiX one to another, 
"wtag. ^^^hat is this that God 
hath done unto us? *° And 



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[Chap. 42, v. 38 



they came unto Jacob their 
father unto the land of Canaan, 
and told him all that IS^eu'^ 
them ; saying, ^ The man, y^ {, 
tile lord of the land, "sjn^e 
^roughly ^ us, and took us for 
spies of tile country. ^ And we 
said unto him. We are true men ; 
we are no spies : ^* we be twelve 
brethren, sons of our father ; one 
'is not, and the youngest is this 
day with our fatner in tiie laoid 
of Canaan. ^ And the man, the 
lord of the oo^fty. said unto us, 
•/■Hereby shall I know that ye 
are irue men ; leave one of your 
brethren ^^ with me, and take 
"SSt /or the fiunine of your 
feSSaofS?S/?S'^: "and bring 
your youngest brother unto me : 
then shall I know that ye are no 
spies, but tiiat ye are true men: 
so will I deliver you your bro- 
ther, and ye sliall -^tramck in the 
land. ^ 'And it came to pass 
as they emptied their sacks, 
that, behold, every man's bundle 
of money was in his sack: and 
when ^ao^ they and their fother 
saw *iSe bundles of money, they 
were afraid. ^^ And Jacob tiieir 
fiither said imto them. Me have 

Je "bereaved of my children : 
oseph is not, and Simeon is 
not, and ye will take Beiyamin 
away : all these things are 'a- 
gainstme. ^^ And Beuben spake 
unto his £a,ther, saying. Slay *my 
two sons, if I bring him not 
to thee: deliver him into my 
hand, and I will bring him to 
tiiee again. ^ And he said. My 
son shall not go down with ycu ; 
for ''his brother is dead, and he 
fi^'iione •• 'if. mischief befeU him 
by the way in the which ye go, 
then shall 'ye bring down my 
gray hairs with sorrow to *tlKe 
grave. 



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GENESIS 



[Chap. 43, v. 21 



'* And the famine was 
A^ •sore in the land. ^ And 
"■^^ it came to pass, when 
they had eaten up the com 
wfaidi tJiey had brought out of 
Egypt, tfa«eir &ther said unto 
them. Go aeain, buy us a little 
food. ^ And Judah spake unto 
him, saying, The man *did so- 
lemnly motest unto us, saying. 
Ye dnlf not see my &ce, except 
yoor ^Iwother be with you. * If 
tbon wilt send oiu- brother with 
us, we will eo down and buy 
thee food : °' bat if thou wilt 
not send him, we wiU not go 
down : for the man said unto 
us, Ye shall not see my face, 
except yoor tnY>ther be with 
yoo. ° And Israel said, Where- 
fore dealt ye so ill with me, as to 
tdl the man whether ye had yet 
a htjtiier? '^ And they said, The 
man 'asked „ Btraitly"»^o'S°"' 
■g^ and «»~«5»^ our kindred, 
saying, Is your father yet alive ? 
haye ye another brouier? and 
we told him according to the 
'tencw of these words: *could 
we *"obSWS^ know that he would 
say. Bring yowr brother down? 
* .^id Judah said unto Israel 
his fiither. Send the lad with 
me, and we will arise and go; 
that we may 'live, and not die, 
both we, and thou, and also our 
little ones. ° I will be surety 
for him ; of my hand shalt thou 
require him: *if I bring him 
not nnto thee, and set him be- 
fore thee, then 'let me bear the 
blame for erer: ^ for except 
we had lingered, surely ^^ SJ 
returned ithii second time. ^And 
their fiEither Israel said unto 
them. If it n^ be so now, do 
this ; take of the <gSSr fruits g 



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the land in your vessels, and 
carry down the man a present^ 
a little ''balm, and a little honev, 
^i?S? and myrrh, 'nuts, and al- 
monds: ^^ and take double 
money in your hand; and the 
money "that was taJJ^Sr^n in 
the mouth of your ^J carry « 
again in your hand; peradven- 
ture it was an oversight : ^^ take 
also your brother, and aris& 
go again imto the man : ^ and 
'•(Jod Almighty ■'give you mercy 
before the man, that he may 
"^d"Siy™ your other fiSJgS". and 
Beiyamin. -^^iJ" I be bereaved 
of my children, I am bereaved. 

^^ And the men took that 
present, and they took double 
money in their hand, and Ben- 
jamin ; and rose up, and went 
down to EOTpt, and stood before 
Joseph. ™ And when Joseph 
saw Beryamin with them, he 
sud to the *1S^ of his house, 
Bring ^ men *^^Jr^ and 
♦♦slay, and make ready; for ^ 
men shall "dine with me at 
noon. ^'^ And the man did as 
Joseph bade ; and the man 
brought the men into Joseph's 
housa ^ And the men were a- 
fraid, because they were brought 
into Joseph's house ; and they 
said, Bectmse of the money that 
was returned in our sacks at 
the first time are we brought 
in; that he mav *^**8eek occasion 
against us, and £ei11 upon us, and 
take us for bondmen, and our 
asses. ^^ And they came near 
to the steward of Joseph's house, 
and they oo^SSeSfwith nim at the 
door of the house, ^ and said, 
loh^mjj^tori. m.^e (jame indeed 

down at the first time to buy 
food : ^ and "it came to pass. 



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GENESIS 



[Chap. 44, v. 7 



when we came to the '"^'SL,'''^ 
that we opened our sacks, and, 
behold, every man's money was 
in the mouth of his sack, our 
money in full weight: and we 
have brought it again in our 
hand. ^ And oflier money 
have we brought down in our 
£S3l, to buy food: we eSS^toh 
who put our money in our 
sacks. ^ And he said. Peace 
be to you, fear not : your God, 
and the Gk)d of your father, 
hath given you treasure in your 
sacks : ' I had your money. And 
he brought Simeon out unto 
them. ^And the man brought 
the men into Joseph's house, 
and ''gave them water, and they 
washed their feet; and he gave 
their asses provender. ^^ And 
they made ready •''the present 
against Joseph came at noon : 
for they heanl that they should 
eat bread there. ^ And when 
Joseph came home, they brought 
him the present whicn was in 
their hand into the house, and 
*bowed ^^ themselves to him 
to the earth. ^ And he asked 
them of their ^welfiEire, and said, 
'Is your &ther well, the old man 
^of whom ye spake? Is he yet 
alive? 28 ^ncf the:r «J!t?^ Thy 
servant our father is |„ go^riejth 
heisyetaUva And *they bowed 
dow^thd^bwto, and made obeisance. 
^ And he lifted up his eyes, and 
saw gS^^tlSr't.M: "Ws mother's 
son, and said, Is this your ^^^ 
brother, ^of whom ye s{»Ke 
unto me? And he said, God 
be gracious unto thee, my son. 
^ ^d Joseph made haste ; for 
"his bowels did yearn upon his 
brother: and he sought where 
to weep ; and he entered into 
his chamber, and ^wept there. 



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^^ And he washed his &ce, and 
^tSSt' and •* "refrained himsell 
and said, Set on bread. ^ And 
they set on for him by himeeli^ 
and for them by themselves, 
and for the Egyptians, which 
did eat with him, by thonselves: 
because the Egyptians might 
not eat bread with the Hebrews ; 
for that is ^an abomination unto 
the Egyptians. ^ And they sat 
before mm, the fii-stbom accord- 
ing to his birthright, and the 
youngest according to his youth: 
and the men marvelled one ^^ 
another. ^ And 'he took "cmd 
sent messes unto them from be- 
fore him : but Benjamin's mess 
was 'five times so much as any 
of theirs. And they drank, and 
'*were merry with mm. 

^ And he commanded 
AA ""the steward of his house, 
' ' sajing, *Fill the men's 
sacks with food, as much as 
they can carry, and put every 
man's money in his sack's month. 
2 And put my cup, the silver cup, 
in the sack's moutli of the young- 
est, and his com money. And 
he did according to the word 
that Joseph had spok^L ^ As 
soon as the morning was light, 
the men were sent away, mey 
and their asses. * And when 
tiiey were gone out of the city, 
and "^ not yet fer oflf, Joseph 
said unto his 'steward. Up, follow 
after the men ; and when thou 
dost overtake them, say unto 
them. Wherefore have ye re- 
warded evil for good ? 'Is not 
this it in which my lord drinketh, 
and "whereby ^S^^ "divineth? 
ye have done evil in so doing. 
^ And he overtook them, and ae 
spake unto them these „„„. words. 
'And they said unto him, Where- 



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OENESIS 



[Chap. 44, v. 31 



fore ••S?S^ my lord ""te'^Slta^? 
God forbid that thy servants 
should do «^S*&^SJU«= 8 Be- 
hold, *the money, whidi we foimd 
in oar sacks' mouths, we brought 
again unto thee out of the l^d 
(H Canaan : how then should we 
steal out of thrf lord's house silver 
or gold? ""With whomsoever 
cf mj servants it be found, both 
let him die, and we abo will be 
'my Icwd's bondmen. '° And he 
said. Now also let it be according 
unto your words : he with whom 
it is found shall be my "US^; 
and ye shall be blameless. 
" Tlien tiiejr ""JS^ug^ took down 
every man his sack to the ground, 
and opened every man his sack. 
^ And he sewtdied, and began 
at the eldest, and left at the 
youngest : and the cup was found 
inBetuamin'ssack. ^ Then they 
^nt tiieir clothes, and laded 
erery man his ass, and returned 
to the dty. ^ And Jndah and 
his twethren came to Joseph's 
house ; %? be was yet there : 
and they '"fell before him on the 
ground. ^° And Joseph said un- 
to them. What deed is this that 
ye have done ? '^ ye not that 
such a man as I "can J^S^ 
'divine? ^® And Judah bxm, 
What shall we say unto my 
kxd? what shall we speak? or 
how shall we clear ourselves? 
God hath found out "the ini- 
quity <^ thy servants : behold, 
we are 'my l<»d's ^^5- both 
we, and he also «» Jt^hSSf^ the 
cap is found. ^^ And he said, 
God f<M:lrid that I should do so : 
M the man in whose hand the 
cap is found, he shall be my 
•^SS'JS* as for you, get you 
op in peace unto your &ther. 
^ Taaa Judah came near unto 
him, and said, *0h my lord, let 



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thy servant, I pray Ihee, sjieak 
a word in my lord's ears, and 
"let not thine anger bum a- 
gainst thy servant: for "thou 
art even as Pharaoh. ^" My 
lord asked his servants, saying, 
Have ye a father, or a brother? 
^ And we said unto my lord, 
We have a fether, an old aian, 
'and a child of his old age, ■'a 
little one; and his brother is 
dead, and he alone is left of his 
mother, and his &ther loveth 
him. ^ And thou saidst unto 
thy servants, *Bring him down 
unto me, that I may set mine 
eyes upon him. ^ And we said 
unto my lord. The lad cannot 
leave his father : for if he should 
leave his father, 'his father would 
die. ^ And thou saidst unto thy 
servants, ^Except your youngest 
brother come down with you, ye 
shall see my foce no mere. ^And 
it came to pass when we came up 
unto thy servant my fether, we 
told him the words of my lord. 
" And 'our fether said. Go 
i^ain, and bu]^ us a little food. 
^® And we said. We cannot go 
down: if our youngest brother 
be with us, then will we go 
down: for we may not see the 
man's fece, except our youngest 
brother be with us. " And thy 
servant my fether said unto us, 
Ye know that my wife bare me 
''two sons : ^ and the one went 
out from me, and I said, 'Surely 
he is torn in pieces ; and I """^^ 
hfm ^ smce : =» and if ye 'take 
this "'"' also from me, 'and mis- 
chief befell him, ye shall bring 
down my gray hairs with 'sorrow 
to '"Ihe grave. ^° Now there- 
fore when I come to thy servant 
my fether, and the lad be not 
with us; seeing that 'his life is 
boimd up in the lad's life ; ^ it 



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shall come to pass, when he 
seeth that the lad is not loith 
us, that he will die : and thy 
servants shall bring down the 
gray hairs of thy servant our 
mther with sorrow to 'the grav& 
3* For thy servant became surety 
for the lad imto my father, say- 
ing, "If I bring bun not unto 
thee, then f^^J^bear the blame 
to my father for ever. ^^ Now 

ilioivtfnro 1^ *^ Berrant, I pnjr thee, 
inererore, i p„y thee, let thy nemnt 

abide instead of the lad a bond- 
man to my lord ; and let the lad 
fo up with his brethren. ^ For 
ow shall I go up to my father, 
and the lad he not with me? lest 

neiadrentan I 866 the Cvil that shall 

come on my &ther. 

' Then Joseph could not 
A^ 'refrain himself before all 

■*^ them that stood by him; 
and he cried, Cause every man 
to go out from me. And there 
stood no man with him, while 
Joseph made himself known un- 
to his brethren. * And he '♦wept 
aloud: and the Egyptians '""^ 
and the house of Pharaoh heard. 
^ And Joseph said unto his 
brethren, '^I am Joseph; doth 
my fother yet live? And his 
brethren could not answer him ; 
for they were > troubled at his 
presence. * And Joseph said 
unto his brethren. Come near 
to me, I pray you. And they 
came near. And he said, I am 
Joseph yoiu: brother, ^whom ye 
sold into Egypt ^v^^^^he 
not gtieyed, *nor aagry with 
yourselves, that ye sold me 
hitiier: ''for Qod did send me 
before you to preserve life. 
° For these two years hath the 
fiunine been in the land: and 
"^a^'J^f five years, in the which 
^•^"^ neither ^"SSSf nor har- 



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vest ^ And God sent me befor 
you "to preserve you a J^S^ i 
the earth, and to save ^ '^^^ ' l>: 
a great deliverance. ® So novr i 
was not you tliat sent me hilliei 
but God: and he hath made m< 
"a father to Pliaraoh, aud lore 
of all his house, and t'l^ 
^.S^ all the land of Egypt 
° Haste ye, and go up to mj 
&ther, aud say unto bun, Thiie 
saitii thy son Joseph, God hatli 
made me lord of all Egypt : 
come down mito me, tarry not : 
^ and ''thou shalt dwell m the 
laud of Goshen, and thou shalt 
be near unto me, thou, aiid 
thy children, and thy chUdren's 
children, and thy flocks, and thy 
herds, and all that thou hast : 
^^ and -^there will I nourish thee ; 
for ^ttt^Si five years of fiunine ; 

\oa* thottoOBMto povafar,tboa,slldUlyboa■e- 
ie81/ tboa uidtlur houadMd. sndSU that thou 
hold. andalTthatthon halt. 12 And Vu> 
hut, oome to povBity. .iviiu, uc- 

hold, your eyes see, and the eyes 
of my brother Benjamin, that it 
is "my mouth that speaketh un- 
to you. '^ And ye shall tell my 
fother of all my glory hi Egypt, 
and of all that ye have seen ; 
and ye shall haste and 'bring 
down my father hither. ^ And 
he fell upon his brother Ben- 
jamin's neck, and wept; and 
Bei^jamin wept upon his neck. 
^° uonmet he fassed all his bre- 
thren, and wept upou them: 
and after that his brethren 
talked with him. 

^° And the £Eune thereof was 
heard in Pharaoh's house, say- 
ing, Joseph's brethren are come : 
and it pleased Pharadi well, 
and his servants. ''^ And Pha- 
raoh said unto Jose{di, Saj unto 
thy brethren. This do ye; lade 
■your beasts, and go, get yon un- 
to tlie laud of Canaan ; ^ and 



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GENESIS 



[Chap. 46, v. 12 



take your father and your house- 
holds, and come unto me : and 
•I vrill give you the good of the 
land of Egvpt, and ye shall eat 
the &t of the land. ^° Now thou 
art oommsuided, this do ye; take 
you ''wagons out of the land of 
£gypt for your little ones, and 
ft» your wives, and bring your 
&ther, and come. ^ Alw 're- 
gard not your stuff; for tiie 
good of all the land of Egypt is 
yours. =" And the eJSSa. of Is- 
rael did so : and Joseph gave 
than ''wagons, according to the 
♦commanoinent of Pharaoh, and 
rave them provision for the way. 
^ To all of Uiem he gave each 
man ■'dianges of raiment ; but 
to Beigamin he gave three hun- 
dred pieces of ralver, and *five 
dianges of rahuent ^ And to 
his vatber he sent aftor this 
manner ; ten asses ^laden with 
the good things of Egjrpt, and 
ten ^Tmm laden with com and 
bread and "^ for his fether 
by the way. '^ So he sent his 
brethren away, and they de- 
parted : and he said unto them, 
*&ee that ye fell not out by the 
way. ^ And they went up out 
<^ £gyp^ ^iid came into the 
land dT Canaan unto Jacob their 
iSte « And "'«' told him, say- 
ing; Joseph is yet alive, and he 
^ vJS!!!^ over all the land of 
Egypt. And ij^i heart &inted, 
for he believed ttM»n not "And 
they told him all the words of 
Joseph, which he had said unto 
them : and when he saw "the 
wagons which Joseph had s^it 
to carry him, ihe spuit of Jacob 
their fether revived : ^ and Is- 
rael said, It is enou^; Joseph 
my son is yet alive: I will go 
aod see him before I die. 



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j^ ^ And Israel took his 
Af} journey with all that he 
■ had, and came to *Beer- 
sheba, and offered sacrifices 
"unto the God of his father 
Isaaa ^ And God spake unto 
Israel "in the visions of the 
night, and said, Jacob, Jacob. 
And he said, Here am I. ^ And 
he said, I am God, •''the God of 
thy father: fear not to go down 
into Egypt; for I will there 
"make of thee a great nation: 
* I will go down with thee into 
Egypt; and I will also surely 
''bring thee up again: and 'Jo- 
seph shall put ms hand upon 
thme eyes. * And Jacob rose 
up from Beer-sheba: and the 
sons of Israel carried Jacob 
their Mher, and their little 
ones, and their wives, in the 
wagons 'which Pharaoh had 
sent to carry him. ^ And they 
took their cattle, and their goods, 
which they had gotten in tJie 
land of Canaan, and '"came into 
Egypt, Jacob, and all his seed 
wiui him: '' his sons, and his 
sons' sons with him, ms daugh- 
ters, and his sons' daughters, 
and all his seed brought he with 
him into Egvpt. 

° "And ^these are the names 
of the children of Israel, which 
came into Egypt, Jacob and his 
sons : 'Reuben, Jacob's firstborn. 
° And the sons of Reuben ; 
Hanoch, and ^hio^, and Qezron, 
and Carmi ""* And the sons of 
Simeon ; *>Jemuel, and Jamin, 
and Ohad, and ""Jachin, and 
''^Zohar, and Shaul the son of a 
Canaanitish woman. ^ And the 
sons of 'Levi; '"Gershon, Ko- 
hath, and MerarL ^^ And the 
sons of 'Judah; Er, and Onan, 
and Shelah, and p^^S, and iS^: 



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but "Er and Onan died in the 
laud of Canaan. And the sons 
of p^S were Hezron and HamuL 
'* And "the sons of Issachar ; 
Tola, and ,'^^, and l°X and 
Shimron. '* And the sons of 
Zebulun; Sered, and Elon, and 
JahleeL '^ These ^ the sons of 
Leah, 'which she bare unto Ja- 
cob in ^l&S^ with his daugh- 
ter Diniah: all the souls of nis 
sons and his daughters were 
thirty and three, ''° And the 
sons of Gad; 'Ziphion, and 
Haegi, Shuni, and '^Ezbon, Eri, 
and*»Arodi, and Areli " And 
"tiie sons of Asher; Jg^ and 
iSSSfe and ^^: and Beriah, and 
Serah their sister: and the sons 
of Beriah ; Heber, and MalchieL 
^* 'These are the sons of Zilpah, 
**£m Laban gave to Leah his 
daughter, and these she bare 
unto Jacob, even sixteen souls. 
^^ The sons of Rachel Jacob's 
wife; iSSJPj, and Benjamin. 
*° And "unto Joseph in the land 
of E^pt were bom Manasseh 
and Ephraim, which Asenath 
the daughter of /^.-^'Sa 'priest 
of "On Dare unto mm. ^ And 
^the sons of BeSSSlfffe^^gSih. and 
Becher, and Ashbel, Gera, and 
Kaaman, 'Ehi, and Rosh, *Mup- 
pim, and 'Huppim, and Ara. 
^ Tliese are the sons of Rachel, 
which were bom to Jacob : all 
the souls were fourteen. ^And 
the ^ns of Dan ; 'Hushim. 
2* And "the sons of Naphtali ; 
•Jahzeel, and Guni, and Jezer, 
and '"ShillenL 25 .These are the 
sons of Bilhah, 'which Laban 
gave unto Rachel his daughter, 
and SrbiS'thS unto Jacob : aU 
the souls were seven. '^^ All the 



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"souls that came with Jacob 
into Egypt, which came out of 
his "loins, besides Jacob's sons' 
wives, all the souls were three- 
score and six ; " and the sons 
of Joseph, which were bom *° 
him in Egypt, were two souls : 
''all the souls of the house of 
Jacob, which came into Egypt, 
were threescore and ten. 

^ And he sent Judah before 
him unto Joseph, to •'X^hl?' 
'**gSe"'" unto Goshen; and they 
came ■'into the land of Goshen. 
^ And Joseph made ready his 
chariot, and went up to meet 
Israel his fiither, to gSg"' and •» 
presented himself imto gJS"; and 
he 'fell on his neck, and wept on 
Ids neck a good whil& ^And 
Israel said unto Joseph, -'Now 
let me die, since I have seen thy 
fece> b^ne thou art yet alive. 
^ And Joseph said unto his 
brethren, ana unto his father's 
house, 'I will go up, and ^Jir 
Pharaoh, and "^ say unto him. 
My brethren, and my fother's 
house, which were in the land 
of Canaan, are come unto me ; 
^ "and the men are shepherds, 

fnr „ *^V ^*> !>«''> keepers of noM^lA . 
lOr •• their trade hath been to feed CaCTIC , 

and they have brought their 
flocks, and their herd^ and all 
that they have. ^^ And it shall 
come to pass, when Pharaoh 
shsdl call you, and shall say, 
* What is your occupation ? 
3* that ye shall say, "Thy ^^^ 
tJSri teS biTJU't cattle '•from our 
youth even until now, both we, 
and abo our fathers : that ye 
may dwell "in the land of 
Goshen ; for every shepherd 
is 'an abomination unto the 
Egyptians. 



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GENESIS 



[Chap. 47, r. 18 



' Then Joseph "^^^ and 
A*? told Pharaoh, and eaid, My 
*' father and my brethren, 
and their JSocks, and their herds, 
and all that they have, are come 
out of the land of Canaan ; and, 
behold, they are in "the land of 
Goehen. * And be'Sa'SS?J^w. 
'teSSU^e^ five men, and -^pi-e- 
sented them mito Pharaoh. 
^ And Pharaoh said unto his 
brethren, »AVhat is your oc- 
cupation? And they said unto 
Pharaoh, *Thy servants are 
shepherds, both we, and »!«, our 
fethera. * -n^J^r^'^^ unto 
Pharaoh, r^u> sojourn in the 
land are we come ; for ^^t^^ 
K?S. %^ IS^r flocks ; for the 
&mine is sore in the land of 
Otnaan: now therefore, we pray 
thee, let thy servants dwell *in 
the land of Goshen. 'And Pha- 
raoh spake unto Joseph, saying, 
Thy &ther and thy brethren are 
come nnto thee : ° the land of 
Egypt is before thee; 'in the 
best of the land make thy &ther 
and *'^ brethren to dwell ; "in 
the land of Groshen let them 
dwell : and if thou knowest any 
Bi**^JSwty among them, then 
make them rulers over my cattle. 
^ And Joseph brought in Jacob 
his &ther, and set him before 
Pharaoh : 'and Jacob blessed 
Pharaoh. * And Pharaoh said 
onto Jacob, *How ""'^ ^^^^ ^^ 
•"^ ^Sra^*^ "*•? » And Jacob 
said onto Pharaoh, The days of 
the years of my ''pilgrimage are 
an hundred and thirty years: 
'few and evil have *•*" the days 
of the years of my %^K^;*i,7 have 
not attained nnto the days of the 
years of the life of my mthers in 
the days of their ''pilgrimage. 
■* And Jacob 'blewed Pharaoh, 



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and went out from "•• ^b3^ "' 
Pharaoh. " And Joseph placed 
his fiither and his brethren, and 
gave them a possession in the 
land of Eg3T)t, in the best of the 
land, in the land of Tlameses, 
''as Pharaoh had conunanded. 
■■^ And Joseph 'nourished his 
father, and nis brethi-eu, and 
all his father's household, with 
bread, **according to their fami- 
lies. 

'^ And there was no bread in 
all the land ; for the Saunine was 
very sore, so that the laud of 
E^ypt and „,( the land of Canaan 
feinted by i-eason of the femine. 
'*^And Joseph gathered up all 
the money that was found in the 
land of Egypt, and in the land 
of Canaan, for the com which 
they bought: and Joseph brought 
the money into Pharaoh's house 
^ And when "» money ""fSe?*"' 
in the land of Egypt, and in the 
land of Canaan, all the Egyptians 
came unto Joseph, and sai(^ Give 
us bread: for "*why should we 
die in thy presence? for JgJ 
money fedleth. '* And Joseph 
said. Give your cattle ; and I 
will give vou for your cattle, if 
money fail ^"^ And they brought 
their cattle unto Joseph : and 
Joseph gave them bread in ex- 
change for "■* horses, and for 
the *flocks, and for the ^.tue of the 
herds, and for the asses : and he 
•'fed them with bread '" «<*»"«• 
for all their cattle for that year. 
'" ^wiJS*° that year was ended, 
they came unto him the second 
year, and said unto him, We will 
not hide « from my lord, how 
that our money is •" spent; 

and the herds of osttle are my lord's . f K^ro 
my lord also hath our nerds of cattle j "'c c 

is nS^t left in the sight of my 
lord, but our bodies, and our 



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GENESIS 



[Chap. 48, v. ■ 



lands : ^^ wherefore '^^ we die 
before thine eyes, both we and 
our land? "buy us and our land 
for bread, and we and our land 
will be servants unto Pharaoh : 
and ^Te us seed, that we may 
live, and not die, ""* that the 
land be not desolate. ^ ^i Jo- 
seph bought all Hie land of 
Egypt for Pharaoh ; for the 
Eg3T>tians sold every man his 
fiel(( because the famine ^rJSS 
SSS them : •£? the land became 
Pharaoh's. ^ And as for the 
people, 'he removed them 'to 
™ cities from one end of the 
^^ of Egypt even to the other 
end thereof ^ *Only the land 
of the 'priests bought he S^j 
for the priests had a portion 
«KB«rf"««» of Pharaoh, and did 
eat their portion which Pharaoh 
gave SSi wherefore they sold 
not their ^ ^ Then Joseph 
said unto the people. Behold, I 
have bought you this day and 
your land for Pharaoh : lo, here 
18 seed for you, and ye shall sow 
the land. ** And it shall come 
to pass •',„"lheTS!SlSr that ye 
shall give the'iiiSI'Sort ""to Pha- 
raoh, and four parts shall be 
your own, for seed of the field, 
and for your food, and for them 
of your households, and for food 
for your little ones. ^ And they 
sai^ Thou hast saved our lives : 
"let us find grace in the sight of 
my lord, and we will be Pha- 
raoh's servants. ^ And Joseph 
made it a '^'"^w" v«"^°* the land 
of Egypt unto this day, that Pha- 
raoh snould have the fifth p^^; 
iSmt the land of the 'priests 
o„i~°;^ became not Pharaoh's. 
" And Israel dwelt in the land 
of Egypt, Mn the cJSu, of Go- 
shen; 'and they ""hS"" possee- 



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sions therein, and '^'Jj^'^ and 
multiplied exceedingly. 

^ And Jacob lived in the land 
of Egypt seventeen years: *80 

f tlia ^71 Of jRcob, the jresn of hU Ufa, were 
me viKda age of Jacob na 

an hundred forty and seven 
years. ^ And *the time drew 
n^ that Israel must die : and 
he called his son Joseph, and 
said unto him. If now ''I have 
found grace in thy sight, *put» I 
pray thee, thy hand under my 
thigh, ■'and deal kindly ana 
truly with me; "bury me not> 
I pray thee, in Egypt: ^° but 
'5*UlSr with my fethers, „« 
thou shalt carry me out of 
Egypt, and *bury me in their 
buryingplace. Aiid he said, I 
will do as thou hast said. ^ And 
he said. Swear unto ^= SA he 
sware unto him. And '^ Israel 
bowed himself upon the bed's 
head. 

^ '' And it came to pass 
Aq after these things, that 
^^ one «^*° Joseph, Behold, 
thy fiitiier is sick: and he took 
with him his two sons, Manasseh 
and Ephraim. ^ And one told 
Jacob, and said. Behold, thy son 
Joseph Cometh unto thee: and 
Isra^ strengUiened himself, and 
sat upon the bed. ^ And Jacob 
said unto Joseph, "God Al- 
mighty appeared unto me at 
'"Luz in the land of Canaan, and 
blessed me, * and said unto me. 
Behold, I will make thee fruit- 
ful, and multiply thee, and I 
wUl make of thee a ^^Oi of 
^^•, and will give this land 
to Uiy seed after thee "for va 
everlasting possession. ° And 
now thy 'two sons, Ephnjm ud 

«.., h which were bom unto 

thee in the land of Egypt before 
I came unto thee into Egypt, 



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Soj^ miTie * ^P'"*'''' ^"^ Minnwmh. even 

as Reaben and Simeon, ther shall 
be mine. ° And thy issue, which 
thoa 'begettest after them, shall 
be ^^ SS shall be caUed after 
the name of their brethren in 
their inheritance. "^ And as for 
me, when I came from p^u^ 
'Rachel died 'by me in the land 
of Caiiaan in the way, when 
^ there was ,;S".'SSL way to 
come unto Ephrath: and I 
buried her there in the way 

to Ephnth (the aama ia Beth-lsbem). 
0* Entazmtk: the Same 18 Beth-lehem. 

' And Israel beheld Joseph's 
sons, and said. Who are these? 
° And Joseph said unto his 
biber, *They are my sons, whom 
God hath given me i„ twTiiaoe; 
And he said. Bring then^ I pray 
thee, unto me, and *I will oless 
th«n. ■'° Now •'the eyes of Is- 
rael were 'dim for age, so that 
he could not see. And he 
brought them near unto him; 
'and he kissed them, and em- 
braced them. "" And Israel said 
onto Joseph, "I had not thought 
to see thy &ce: and, lo, (Sod 

Koi^li let m* ne thy wed alaa 12 AnH 
OBXty ahawwl im alio thy Med. ^^^^ 

Joseph brou^t them out from 
between his ^^ and he bowed 
himself with his &ce to the 
earth. '^ And Joseph took them 
both, Ephraim in his right hand 
towaid Israel's left hand, and 
Maoasseh in his left hand to- 
ward Israel's right hand, and 
brooj^t them near unto him. 
^ *And Israel stretched out his 
ri^t hand, and laid it upon 
Ephraim's head, who was the 
younger, and his left hand upon 
Slanasseh's head, ''guiding his 
hands wittingly; for Manasseh 
was the firstborn. ^° And he 
blessed Joseph, and said, '^oo^'^ 
"before whom my fathers Abra- 



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ham and Isaac did walk, the 
Crod which '""' fed me tdl my 
life long unto this day, ''^ *the 
£gS which •"* 'redeemed me 
from all evil, bless tiie lads; and 
let ''my name be named on them, 
and the name of my fathers 
Abraham and Isaac ; and let 
them ■''♦grow into a multitude in 
the mi<M of the eartL ^^ And 
when Joseph saw that his father 
"laid his right hand upon the 
head of Ephraim, it ^displeased 
him: and he held up lus fa- 
ther's hand, to remove it from 
Ephraim's head unto Manasseh's 
head. ^^ And Joseph said unto 
his fother, Not so, my fttther: 
for this is the firstborn ; put 
thy right hand upon his head. 
"■^ And his father refused, and 
said, "l know it, my son, I know 
it : he also shall become a people, 
and he also shall be great : "^^ 
teSS^ *his younger brother shsJl 
be greater than he, and his seed 
slum become 'a 'multitude of 
nations. ^° And he blessed them 
that day, saying, 'In thee shall 
Israel bless, saying, "God mske 
thee as Ephraim and as Manas- 
seh : and ne set Ephraim before 
Manasseh. ^ And Israel said 
unto Joseph, Behold, I die: but 
•God shall be with you, and 
bring you again unto the land 
of your fathers. ^ Moreover I 
have given to ''thee one 'portion 
above thy brethren, which I took 
out of the hand of the Amorite 
with my sword and with my bow. 
^ 'And Jacob called unto 
AQ his sons, and £ji' Gather 
*^ yourselves togeuier, that 
I may tell you that which shall 
befall you *in the "ti^f days. 

2 Aawmble yoanelrn, and h<»ai> 

Q*ther yonnelvee togeliier, aUU Dear, 

ye sons of Jacob ; 



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Aiid hearken nuto Israel your 
father. 
^ Reuben, thou ai-t *my first- 
bom, my might, and the 
''beginmng of my "JSM' 
The excellency of dignity, and 
the excellency of ^S^; 
•♦'Unstable as water, "thou 
shalt not '"™ ""S^-*""^ ; 
Because thou ''wentest up to 

thy fether's ^: 
Then defiledst thou it: *he 
wentj^ up to my couch. 
® •''Simeon and Levi are bre- 
thren ; 

Wenponi <of Tfadence are their <nrorda. 
tinstnunenta of crualtyartf in their habitations. 

®0 my soul, come not rfiou 

into theu- 'SSif ; 
•TTnto their assembly, ^^^ 

hte. be not thou SitSdl 
For in their anger they slew 

'a man. 
And in their selfvrill they 

'■houghed 'an ox. 
ftdlsgea down a walL 

^ Cursed be their anger, for it 

was fierce; 
And their wrath, for it was 

cruel: 
I will "divide them in Jacob, 
And scatter them in IsraeL 
8 Judah,thon"S?r^.'^hom thy bre- 
thren shau praise: 
•Thy hand shall be S the 

neck of thine enemies; 
"Thy father's eufton shall bow 

down before thee. 
sjudahis-alion's^Sg?; 
From the prey, my son, thou 

art gone up: 
*He stooped down, he couched 

as a lion, 
And as .; SwISn; who shall 

rouse him up? 
■•0 The "sceptre shall not depart 

from Judak 
Nor '"^fiSS'Jel?^ -^from between 

his feet, 

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33.18,19. 

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rch.aaa 
«Cp.Jobl& 

12. 
iJodcia 

27. 

a 1 Chr. a t. 

aBer.aa 
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saga 

a Num. 24. 
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'"Until Shiloh come ; 

And unto him shall the *^^ 

ofthe»5S3ggbe. 
■•^ Binding his foal unto the vine 
And his ass's colt uuto tlic 

choice vine; 
He •*"' washed his gannent£ 

in wine. 
And his ^^ in the blood of 

grapes: 
I'His 'eyes shall be red with 

wine. 
And his teeth white with milk. 
^3 "Zebulon shall dwell at the 

"*haven of the S; 
And he shall be for an'"haven 

of ships; 
And his border shall be ^ 

Zidon. 
^ Issachar is a strong ^ 
Couching down between 

(heeprolds . 
ounlenB • 

«And he saw "' """ffit"^ *^ " 

was good. 
And the land that it was 

pleasant; 
And " bowed his shoulder to 

bear. 
And "became a 

taakwork. 
trlbate. 

■•^ «Dan shall 'judge his people, 
As one of the tribes of IsraeL 
'^ Dan 'shall be a serpent ^ the 
way, 
' An "adder in the path, 
That biteth the K' heels, 
So that his rider .fig^ back- 
ward. 
'^ I "have waited for thy salva- 
tion, O Lord. 
'» "Gad, "'a troop "shall S^ 
JSSShim: 
But he shaU ?;^":rat"VgJ SIS' 
20 "*Out of Asher his bread 
shall be fot. 
And he shall yield royal dain- 
ties. 



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" 'Nf^taliisahindletloose: 
He giveth goodly words. 

" Joseph is ''a miitful bough, 
^ , fruitful bough ^ a '"^JS^; 
-?i?T ''branches run orer the 

mU. 
wmU: 

^The arches have -^sorely 

grieved him, 

And shot at him, and ^"^SSt^ 

him: 

^* Bat *bis bowabode iustrength, 

And the arms of his hands 

were made 'iSSSf* 
By the hands of the '^§ §^ 

of 5^; 

('From thence is 'the shep- 
herd, "the stone of JSd-) 
» "Even by the God of thy father, 
who shall hel^ ^, 

And b^ "the Almighty, ^who 
sball bless ^ 

WithblessiDgsofheavenabove, 

^KeasinsB of the deep that 



liath undo; 

BteHHJngs of the breasts, and 

of the :SS&: 
^The bleasings of thy fisither 
Have prei^ed above ''the 

Ueesings of my progeoi- 

ton 
Unto the utmost bound *of 

the everlasting hills: 
They shall be **on Uie head of 

Joeeidi, 
And on the crown of the head 

of him 'that was separate 

from his brethren. 

27 oTtoniamni ^ * *oU that mTlmth . 

x>ei\)amm ih»u iBTin « » wow • 
In the morning he shall devour 

the prey. 
And at ^t, he shall 'divide 

the spoiL 

*■ All these are the twelve 
tribes of Israel: and this is it 
that their fiither spake unto 
aSS? and Messed them ; every 
one aooorduig to his blessing he 



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toh. 88.21 

IPi.sa.1 
*aai. 

It. 

Bi*i.a.7i>. 
1 Pet a. 4. 
Cp. Dent 32. 4. 

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k John la aa, 
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blessed them. ^ And he chai^god 
tlicm, and said unto them, I am 
to be "gathered unto my people : 
''biuy me wiUi my fa4JierB *in 
the cave that is in the field of 
Ephron the Hittite, 3° in the 
cave that is in the field of Mach- 
pelah, which is bef(H« Mamre, 
in the land of Canaan, 'which 
Alxuham bought with the field 
'X Ephron the Hittite for a 
possession of a SsHSgfeSl' ^' ¥fiSS 
they buried Abraham and Sarah 
his wife ; there *they buried 
Isaac and Rebekah his wife; 
and there I buried feh.' ^^ ^ 

field and the cave that U therein, which waa 
poichase of the field and of the oave that is 

t^^^ from the children of 
Heth. ^ And when Jacob lu^ 
made an end of c^SSSng his 
sons, he gathered up his feet 
into the bed, and yielded up tiie 
ghost, and 'was gathered unto 
his people. ^ And Joseph 
CQ 'feu upon his father's 
*^ face, and wept upon him, 
and kissed him. ^And Joseph 
commanded his servants the 
physicians to 'embalm his fiar 
ther: and the physicians em- 
balmed Israel ^ And forty 
days were fulfilled for him; 
for so are fulfilled the days of 

embalming anA t\\t* 

tbow which are smbabned • anU me 

Egyptians „^Sed for him three- 
score and ten days. 

* And when the days of ^^'^ 
JSE,^ were past, Joseph spake 
unto the house of Pharaoh, say- 
ing, 'If now I have found grace 
in your eyes, speak, I pray you, 
in the ears of Pharaoh, saying, 
^ My father made me swear, 
saying, Lo, I die: in my grave 
'which I 'have digged for me in 
the land of Canaan, there shalt 
thou bury me. Now therefore 
let me go up, I pray thee, and 



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barv my fother, and I will come 
agam. ° And Pharaoh said. Go 
up> and btiry thy fisither, aooond- 
inc as he made thee swear. 
^ And Joseph went up to bury 
his fiither: and with oim went 
up all the servants of Pharaoh, 
the elders of lus house, and sdl 
the elders of the land of Egypt, 
^ and all the house of Joseph, 
and his brethren, and his Other's 
house: only their little ones, and 
their flocks, and their herds, they 
left 'in the land of Goshea 
® And there went up with him 
both chariots and horsemen : 
and it was a very great com- 
. pany. ^° And they came to tibe 
Mg^SSf of Atad, which is be- 
yond Jordan, and there 'they 

maamA 'With a great and very SOrO 

lamentation: and he 'made a 
mourning for his faiSbsr seven 
days. "" And when the inhabit- 
ants of the land, the Canaanites, 
saw the mourning in the floor 
of Atad, they said, This is a 
grievous 'mourning to the Egjm- 
tians : wherefore we name 01 it 
was called 'Abel-mizraim, which 
is beyond Jordan. ^^ And his 
sons did unto him according as 
he commanded them : ^* for 'his 
sons carried him into the land 
of Canaan, and buried him in 
the cave of the field of Mach 
pelah, which Abraham "bought 
with the ^^ for a possession of 
aSSgggteofEphrontheHittite, 
before Mamre. 

^ And Joseph returned into 
Egypt, he, and his brethren, 
ai^ all that went up with him 
to bury his father, after he had 
iNuied his father. ^^ And when 
Joseph's brethi'en saw that their 
fiitiier was dead, they said, y^J 
"^iK^^^^ hate us, and wfll 
<,e{{Sniy rcquito us all the evil 

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which we did unto him. '^ And 



they *sent a 



unto Joseph, 



saying, Thy £Either did command 
bdTore he died, saying, " So 
shall ye say unto Joseph, For- 
gi ve, I pray thee now, the 
•"•glgS" of thy brethren, and 
their fif. for »^ they did unto 
thee evil: and n ow, w e pray 
thee, forgive the *"'g!^S°" of the 
servants of *the God of thy 
fother. And Joseph wept when 
they spake unto him. ^ And 
hisDrethren also went and "fell 
down before his face ; and they 
said, Behold, we be thy servants. 
^ And Joseph said unto tliem. 
Fear not : for ''am I in the place 
of God? 20 ^ as for you, ye 
th(S?ht evil against me ; but ■''God 
meant it ^ good, to bring to 
pass, as it is this day, to save 
mudi pecM^e alive. ^ Now 
therefore rear ye not: *I will 
nourish you, and your little 
ones. And he comforted them, 
and spake ''^kindly unto them. 

^ And Joseph dwelt in Egypt, 
he, and his fivther's house: and 
Joseph lived an hundred and 
ten years. ^ And Josei^ saw 
E{difaim's children -'of the third 
generation: the 'children also 
of Machir the son of Manasseh 
were ibr^iSMup "P^n Joseph's 
knees. ^ And Josei^ said un- 
to his brethren, I die: JsS «God 
will surely visit you, and bring 

Ci '"' out of this kmd unto the 
d ^which he sware to Abra- 
ham, to Isaac, and to Jacob. 
^ And 'Joseph took an oath of 
the children of Israel, saying, 
God will surely visit you, and 
ye shall carry up my bones from 
hence. ^ So Josepn died, being 
an himdred and ten years old : 
and they ''embabned him, and 
he was put hi a co£Sn in Egypt. 



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[B.r.] COMMONLY CALLED 
[A.r.] CALLED 

EXODUS. 



■' Now "these are the names 
I of the afc^Sn of Israel, which 
came mto Egypt; every 
man and his household came 
with Jacoht * Reuben, Simeon, 
Levi, and JsSS,' ® Issachar, Zebu- 
lun, and ig^' * g£ and Naph- 
taK, S!i and Asher. ^ And all 
the Boms that came oat of the 
'loins of Jacob were 'seventy 
sonla: ^ Joseph was in IWp^ 
already. ° And "Joseph died, 
and ail his brethren, and all 
that generation. ^ 'And the 
children of Israel were fruitful, 
and increased abundantly, and 
mnltiplied, and waxed exceeding 
mig^^; and the laud was filled 
iritb them. 

■ Now there arose np a new 
king over Egypt, 'whicn knew 
not Joseph. " And he said im- 
to his people, Behold, "the 
people of the children of Israel 
are 'more and mightier than 
we: '° 0^21,. *let us deal 
wisely with them; lest they 
multiply, and it come to pass, 
that, when there &Ueth out 
any wwr, they •^ WiSSr*"" unto 
oar enemies, and fight against 
us, and « get them ap out of 



aForrer. 
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ach.2.U 

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dCp-SChr. 
16.4. 

<Ol>.oh. 12. 
17 
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the land. " Therefore they did 
set over them taskmasters 'to 
afflict them with their 'burdens. 
And they built for Pharaoh t^Si 
cities, Pithom and 'Baajmses. 
■•2 *But the more they afflicted 
them, the more they multiplied 

and ^° mon thsr spreaa abroad. And 

they Vwere ^eved because of 
the children of Israel '' And 
the Egyptians made the children 
of Israel *to serve with rigour: 
■"^ and they -'made their lives 
bitter with hard ^^ in SSuf. 
and in brick, and in all manner 
of service in the SSd": aU their 
service, wherein they made them 
^i„ with rigour. 

'** And the kin^ of Egypt spake 
to the Hebrewmidwives, of which 
the name of the one was Shiph- 
rah, and the name of the other 
Puah: ''^ and he said, When ye 
do the office of a midwife to the 
Hebrew women, and see them 
upon the "2^'; if it be a son, 
then ye shall kill £!S; but if it 
be a daughter, then she shall live. 
" But the midwivee ''feared God, 
and 'did not as the king of Egypt 
commanded them, but saved tne 
men children alive. ''^ And the 
king of Egypt called for the mid- 



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[Chap. 4, v. 



brought forth the people out of 
Egypt, "ye shall serve God upon 
this mountain. ^^ And Moees 
said unto Grod, Behold, when I 
come unto the children of Israel, 
and shall say unto them, The 
God of your fathers hath sent 
me unto you; and they shall 
say to me, What is his name? 
what shall I say unto them? 
"** And God said unto Moses, 
'l AM THAT I AM : and he said, 
Thus shaJt thou say unto the 
children of Israel, '''i am hath 
sent me »uito you. ^^ And God 
said moreover unto Moses, Thus 
shalt thou say unto the children 
of Israel, *The ^Kki"" God of 
your fathers, the God of Abra- 
ham, the God of Isaac, and the 
God of Jacob, hath sent me un- 
to you: this is •"my name for 
ever, and this is my memorial 
unto all generations. ^^ Go, and 
"gather the elders of Israel to- 
gether, and say unto them, The 
^ESi^ God of your fathers, the 
God of Abraham, of Isaac, and 
of Jacob, ''**' appeared imto me, 
saying, *I have Bvacelj visited 
you, and seen that which is 
done to you in Egypt : " and I 
have said, 'I will bring you up 
out of the affliction of Egypt 
unto the land of the SSSSfe 
and the E^^. and the ^A 
and the #|5S'& and the g'^,^ 
and the j^iSi. unto a land 
"flowing vdth milk and honey. 
■•" And 'they shall hearken to 
thy voice : and "thou shalt come, 
thou and the elders of Israel, 
unto the king of Egypt, and ye 
shall say unto him, The ^£?J*" 
God of the lt^I5 hath 'met 
with us: and now let us go, we 
,,gSch thee, three days' journey 
into the wilderness, tiat we 



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ch. 12. 

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yell. 11.1,3 
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kch.e.S. 
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may sacrifice to the Lord 01 
God. i»AndI 'fSSethatthekii 



of Egypt ''will not "^ IS", 



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*no, not "by a mighty ban 

20 And "I will ,JS.U"it my han. 

and smite Egypt witii 'all rt 

wonders which I will do in th 

midst thereof : and -^ after th; 

he will let you go. *" And ^ 

will give this people favour i 

the sight of the Egyptians : an 

it shall come to pass, that, whe 

ye go, ye shall not go empty 

^ but every woman 'shall b,J^ 

of her neighbour, and of he 

that sojoumeth in her hous< 

•'jewels of silver, and jewel 

of gold, and raiment : and y 

shall put them upon your soiu 

and upon your daughters ; an< 

'ye slmll spoil Hhe Egyptians 

■•And Moses answers an* 

A said. But, behold, they ynl 

* not believe me, nor hearkei 

unto my voice : for they will saj 

The Lord hath not appeared 

unto thee. ' And the Lord 8ai« 

unto him, What is that m thin< 

hMid? And he said, "A rod 

^ And he said. Cast it on thi 

ground. And he cast it on th< 

ground, and it became a *8er 

pent ; and Moses fled from be 

fore it *And the Lord sai< 

unto Moses, Put forth thin* 

hand, and take it by the {^= ^: 

he put forth his hand, anc 

"** aSSht °' it) and it became a rot 

in his te^l' ^ that they may '"be 

lieve that the ^Sb» God o 

their fathers, the Gfod of Abra 

ham, the God of Isaac, and th< 

God of Jacob, hath appearet 

unto thee. ^ And the LoRi 

said furthermore unto him, Pul 

now thine hand into thy bosom 

And he put his hand into hit 

bosom: and when he took if 



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EXODUS 



[Chap. 4, v. 26 



oat> behold, his hand was *j^^ 
as **"' " snow. ^ And he said, 
Put thine hand into thy bosom 
again. '^ he put his hand into 
his bosom again ; and "^^^^^ 
it cot of his bosom, ud. behold, 
''it was turned again as his other 
f^ B And it sh^ come to pass, 
if they will not believe fliee, 
neidier hearken to the voice of 
the first sign, that they will be- 
lieve the voice of the latter sign. 
" And it shall come to pass, if 
they will not believe "^ these 
two signs, neither hearken mtto 
thy voice, that then shalt take 
of the water of the river, and 
pour it upon the dry land: and 
the water which thou takest out 
of the river ''"shall become blood 
upon the dry land ^° And Moses 
sud unto the Lord, o^^ Lord, I 
am not ''eloquent, neither <here- 
tofore, nor since thou hast spoken 
unto ^y servant: ^^,^1 am slow 
of speech, and of a slow tongua 
" And the Lord said imto him. 
Who hath made man's mouth? 
or who maketh '*u'^* dumb, or 
deal, or tj„ seeing, or the blmd? 
g^ not I the Lord? « Now 
therefore go, and "I wiU be with 
thy mouth, and teach thee what 
thou shalt *S^ ^^ And he said, 
o*^ Lord, send, I pray thee, by 
the hand of him whom tiiou 
*wilt send. ^ And the anger of 
the LoBD was kindled against 
Moses, and he said. Is *^'^ not 
Aaron gj JSX^ti^bJSSel? I know 
that he can spiieak weU. And 
abo, behold, ''he cometh forth 
to meet thee : and when he 
seeth thee, he will be glad in 
his heart ^° And ''thou shalt 
speak unto bun, and 'put ^' 
wcvds in his mouth: "and I will 
be with thy mouth, and witJi his 



a Num. 12. 

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19 

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ft .Ter. 1. y 
ft Eiek. 3a 91 
ft Mnlt. 10. 
19, 'JO 

ft Murk la U 
ft Luke 12. 
11, U 
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onoa. 11.1. 

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22.83 
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mouth, and will teach you what 
ye shall do. ^^ ''And he shall be 
thy spokesman unto the people : 
and « -n". fhS! ^ ^ ""' he shall 
be to thee j„rt«ui of a mouth, 
and "thou shalt be to him 
tnatA of OodL "" And thou shalt 
take 'S.r.S&Wi'n'J'gi^ wherewith 
thou shalt do **"* signs. 

'" And Moses went and re- 
turned to '•''« Jethro his &ther m 
law, and said unto him, Let me 
go, I pray thee, and return mito 
my bretHren which are ui Egypt, 
and see whether they be yet 
alive. And Jethro said to Moses, 
Go in peace. ^° And the Lord 
said unto Moses in Midian, Go, 
return into Egypt: for ''all the 
men are dead which sought thy 
lifa ^ And Moses took *hi8 
wife and his sons, and set them 
upon an ass, and he returned to 
the land of Egypt: and Moses 
took *the rod of God in his 
hand. ^ And the Lord stud 
unto Moses, When thou goest 
to "Stum into Egypt, see that thou 

Af^ before Fhaiaoh alftbe 'wonders urViif>Vi 

00 aU thoae wonders before PhiuMh, Wmcn 

1 have put in thine hand : but 
'»I will "Wden his heart, {gft he 
shSu not let the people go. ^ And 

thou shalt say unto Pharaoh, 
Thus saith the Lord, "Israel is 
my son, „^ *'my firstborn : ^ and 
I 1*™ y»"» unto thee, Let my son 
go, that he may serve SS- and 
^iteS'.SSr' to let hun '^ be- 
hold, «I will Slav thy son, „m 
thy firstborn. ^And it came 
to pass S? the way •* "S.'S!f??„!^~»- 
that 'the Lord met him, 'and 
sought to kill him. ^ Then 
*'Zipporab took 'a .hu^iione. and 
cut off the foreskin of her son, 
and ^'^cast it at his f^P and '^ 
said. Surely a '^te?".SL^r' art 
thou to me. ^ So he let him 



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•^SSftSr she said, 'A "^^S^ 
^ S2L^ because of the dr- 
cumcision. 

" And the Lord said to Aaron, 
Go into the wilderness 'to meet 
Moses. And he went, and met 
him m "the °S^S^ of God, and 
kissed him. ^ And Moses 'told 
Aai-on all the words of the Lobd 

wherejrtth b. Jja^ g^j^^ Y^j^ ^^^ jjl 

•'the Sims '*?E!S"' he had cSSSd^ed 
him. **' And Moses and Aaron 
^went and gathered together all 
the elders of the children of Is- 
rael : ^ and *Aaron spake all 
the words which the Loed had 
spoken unto Moses, and did the 
signs in the sight of the people. 
^ And the people *believed: and 
when they hetu^ that the Lord 
had '^visited the children of Is- 
rael, and that he had look^Spon 
their affliction, then 'they bow«i 
their heads and worshipped. 
^And afterward Moses and 



Aaron ^V 



and »^S"° Pha- 



•-^ raoh. Thus saith the ^£Jt^ 
God of Israel, Let my people go, 
that they may hold '"a feast un- 
to me in the wilderness. ^ And 
Pharaoh said, "Who is the Lord, 
that I should •'•"^Sr""" his voice 
to let Israel go ? I know not Uie 
Lord, ""> "'S^.V^uT ■'°' let Israel 
go. 3 And they said, ^The God 
of the Hebrews hath met with 
us: let us go, we pray thee, 
three days' journey into the 
"^ST" and sacrifice unto the 
Lord our God; lest he fall up- 
on us with pestilence, or with 
the sword. ^ And the king of 
Egypt said unto them. Where- 
fore do ye, Moses and Aharon, "^ 
the people from their works? get 
you unto your 'burdens. ^ And 
Pharaoh said, Behold, 'the people 
of the land SS»°,SI many, and ye 
make them rest from their bur- 



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dens. eAnd ^L^^«^^J^S^ 
"SSnS* "the taskmasters of the 
people, and 'their officers, say- 
mg, ' Ye shall no more give tine 
people straw to make brick, as 
heret(^ore: let them go and 
gather straw for themselves. 
° And the tale of the bricks, 
which they did make heretofore, 
ye shall lay upon them ; ye shall 
not dimiiush ^^ thereof: for 
they be idle; fjierefore they cry, 
saying, Let us go and samfice 
to our God. ^ 'Let thSJlS™ 
work be laid upon the men, that 
they may labour therein ; and 
let them not regard '^ words. 
^° And "the taskmasters of the 
people went out, and their of- 
ficers, and they spake to the 
people, saying, Thus saith Pha- 
raoh, I will not give you straw. 

11 Qo you«l»B^ ggj. ygy gj^^ 

where ye can find it: ,Sg'„Sia^ht 
of your work shall be diimnished. 
^" So the peo^e were scattered 
abroad throughout all the land of 
Egypt to gather stubWe uJm of 
straw. '3 And "the taskmasters 
hSSri"^ saying, Fulfil youi- 
works, ^yoier daily tasks, as 
when there was straw. '* And 
the officers of the children of 
Israel, which Pharaoh's "task- 
masters had set over them, were 
beaten, 'and demanded, AVhere- 
fore have ye not fiilfiUed your 
task In making brick boUi yesterday 
and '»^- ^'^'^ '»*°^ as hereto- 
fore? « Then the officers of 
the children of Israel came and 
cried unto Pharaoh, saying. 
Wherefore dealest thou thus 
with thy servants ? '^ lliere is 
no straw given unto thy servants, 
and they say to us. Make brick : 
and, behold, thy servants are 
beaten ; but the fault is in thine 
i own people. " But he said, Ye 



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are idle, ye are idle: therefore 
ye say. Let us go and do sacrifice 
to the Lord. ^ Go therefore 
now, and work; for there shall 
no straw be given yoa, yet 
shall ye deliver the tale of 
iHicka ^° And the officers of the 
diOdren of Israel did see that 
tiiey 'were in evil case, I?,S it 
was said. Ye shaU not mmish 
S$f from your ^^^l^lr daUy 
^St " And they met Moses 
and Aaron, who stood in the 
way, as they came forth from 
Pharaoh : ^ and 'thev said un- 
to diem, The Lord look upon 
von, and judge; because ve 
have made our savour *to be 
abhorred in the eyes of Pharaoh, 
and in the eyes of his servants, 
to put a sword in their hand to 
slay ns. ^ And Moses returned 
unto the Lord, and said, Lord, 
wh^«fore hast thou „ evil_ en- 
treated this people? why ia it 
that thou hast sent me ? ^ For 
since I came to Pharaoh to speak 
m thy name, he hath 'SSoS^ii^ 
this people; 'neither hast thou 
deHiverea thy people at alL 
^ ^ 4lSSi ^e Lord said unto 
Q Moses, Now shalt thou see 
what I will do to Pharaoh : 
for ^ a strong hand shall he 
let them go, and ^5, a strong 
hand 'shall he drive them out 
of his land. 

' And God spake unto Moses, 
aodsaidunto him, <»I am i'^^Sx>- 
* and I appeared unto Abraham, 
onto Isaac, and unto Jacob, 
hto/Lmtnf '"God Almighty, but 
'by my name *jbhovah \^ not 
*knowu to them. * > And I have 
also eetaUished my covenant 
with them, 'to give them the 
land of Canaan, the land of their 
'SISS^S: wherein they w.S^„«g^ 



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6 And ""fSi^'ib^™ heard the 
groaning of the children of Is- 
rael, whom the Egrptians keep 
in bondage ; and I have remem- 
bered my covenant. ° Where- 
fore say imto the children of 
Israel, •»! am iS?fS^ and *I will 
bring you out from under the 
bunfens of the I^rptians, and I 
wiU rid you out of their bondage, 
and 'I will redeem yon with a 
stretched out arm, and witii 
great ^teS?: "^ and ''I will 
take you to me for a people, 
and ^l will be to you a God: 
and ye shall know that "I am 
^?£SS. your God, which bringeth 
you out 'from under the burdens 
of the Egyptians. ^ And I wiU 
brii;g you in unto *the land, con- 

oarrnna vhich I < lifted up my haJid f/% 

give it to Abraham, to Isaac, 
and to Jacob; and I will give 
it you for an heritage: ""I am 
thJ^SSfe. ° And Moses spake so 
unto the children of Israel: 
but ■'they hearkened not unto 
Moses for '"anguish of spirit, 
and for cruel bondage. 

^° And the Lord spake tmto 
Moses, saying, " Go in, speak 
unto Pharaoh king of Egypt, 
that he let the children of brael 
go out of his land. ^^ And Moses 
spake before the Lord, saying, 
Behold, the children of Israel 
have ■'not hearkened unto me ; 
how then shall Pharaoh hear 
me, "who am of uncircumcised 
lipe? ^^ And the Lord spake 
unto Moses and unto Aaron, 
and gave them a charge onto 
the children of Israel, and unto 
Pharaoh king of Egypt, to bring 
the children of Israel out of the 
land of Egypt 

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Reuben the firstborn of Israel ; 
Hanoch, and Pallu, Hezron, and 
Carmi: these *£* the fiunilies of 
Reuben. '^ And 'the sons of 
Simeon; Jemuel, and Jamin, 
and Ohad, and Jachin, and Zo- 
har, and Shanl the son of a 
Canaanitish woman: these are 
the families of Simeon. ^° And 
these are the names of "the sons 
of Levi according to their gene- 
rations; Gershon, and Konath, 
and Merari: and the years of 
the life of Levi were an hundred 
thirty and seven years. " -The 
sons of Gershon; ijgl and f,» 
accordingtotheirfEunnies. ''^And 
*the sons of Kohath; Amram, 
and Izhar, and Hebron, and Uz- 
ziel: and the years of the life of 
Kohath were an hundred thirty 
and three years. ^^ And 'the 
sons of Merari; ^t^ and M- 
SS? are the femilies of *^^*^ 
according to their generations. 
^° And ""Amram took him Joche- 
bed his father's sister to wife ; 
and she bare him Aaron and 
Moses : and the years of the life 
of Amram were an hundred and 
thirty and seven years. '" And 
^the sons of Izhar; Korah, and 
Nepheg, and ZichrL ^ And 
'the sons of Uzziel; Mishael, 
and Elzaphan, and |i^ ^a ^<j 
Aaron took him EUiriieba, "" 
daughterofAmminadab,"'*si8ter 
of 'f ^K* to wife ; and she bare 
him '^^ and Abihu, USS. and 
Ithamar. ^ And "the sons of 
Korah ; Assir, and Elkanah, and 
Au!S^- these are the femilies 
of the i°o7w^ '^ And Eleazar 
Aaron's son took him one of the 
daughters of Putiel to wife ; and 
'"she bare him l^'^.. SS? are 
the heads of the '""SS.e^r" of 
the Levites according to their 
families. ^° These are that 
Aaron and Moses, J'to whom 



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A23.7. 

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*iIS.I7. 
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1 Chr. a U 
&23.2L 

> ch. 4, U. 

katiD.30.7. 
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n Num. I& 1. 
IChr. aST.SSL 

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isiso. 

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the Lord said, Bring out the 
children of Israel from the land '' 
ofEgypt "according to their ,^^^ * 
" These are they which spake 
to Pharaoh king of Egypt, to ' 
bring out the children of Israel -" 
from Egypt: these are that 
Moses and Aaron. 

^ And it came to pass on the 
day when the Lord spake unto 
Moses in the land of i^pt, 
^ that the Lord spake unto 
Moses, saying, <'I am the Lord: 
'speak thou unto Pharaoh king 
of Egypt all that I "^ unto 
thee. *° And Moses said before 
the Lord, Behold, »I am of un- 
circumcised lips, and how shall 
Pharaoh hearken unto me? 

7^ And the Lord said unto 
Moses, See, I have made 
thee ■'a god to Pharaoh : 
and Aaron thy brother shall be 
thy *prophet. » jtjioq ghalt 
speak all that I command thee : 
and Aaron thy brother shall 
speak unto Pharaoh, that he 
^ the children of Israel *° out 
of his land. ^ And "I will harden 
Pharaoh's heart, and "multiply 
my signs and my wonders in the 
land of Egypt * But Pharaoh 
,^ not hearken unto you, fg?t } 
^ lay my hand upon Egypt^ 
and bring forth ,nine"L^«n<i mv 
people the children of Israel, 
out of the land of Egypt by 
great ^JJteSS:- « And the Egyp- 
tians ''shall know that I am the 
Lord, when I stretch forth mine 
hand upon Egypt, and bring out 
the children of Israel from among 
them. ° And Moses and Aaron 
did ">■ as the Lord commanded 
them,sodidthey. '^AndMoeeswas 
"fourscore years old, and Aaron 
fourscore and three years old, 
when they spake unto Pharaoh. 

° And the Lord spake unto 



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Moees and unto Aaron, saying, 
^ Whm Pharaoh shall speak un- 
to yon, flaying, *Shew a S?S2S for 
you: then tnou shalt say unto 
Aanm, Take thy rod, and cast it 
^ before Pharaoh, aJft^ be- 
come a 'serpent ^° And Moses 
and Aaron went in unto PharaolL 
and they did ^ as the Lord had 
(XHomanded : and Aaron cast 
down his rod before Itenob. and 
bdiore his servants, and it be- 
came a serpent '*'' Then Pha^ 
raoh also called '°' the wise men 
and the sorcerers : "* ^"^ the 
^mapaans of Egypt, o^ .^o 'did 
in like manner with their 'en- 
chantments. '2 For they cast 
down every man his rod, and they 
became serpents: but Aaron's 
rod swallowed up their rods. 

^ '^Aiwl Pbanoh'a besrf'waa hirdaned, and 
-oilU bThardened Fhumoh'8 heut, that 

he heaiiened not unto them; 
*a8 the LoBD had "Sir 

^ And the Lord said unto Mo- 
ita, Pharaoh's heart is '£^S' 
he refoseth to let the people go. 
* ■'Get thee unto Pharaoh in 
the morning ; lo, he goeth out 
onto the water; and uiou shalt 
stand by the river's brink %S^ 
te*^; and *"the rod which was 
tonied to a "serpent shalt thou 
take in thine hand. ^ And tiiou 
dah say unto him, *The ^g?^^ 
^ of the i^feSS hath sent me 
unto thee, saying, Let my people 
go, 'that they may serve me in 
the wilderness: and, behold, 
lutherto thou '^^ ^^SSS: 
" Thus saitii the Lord, In this 
'then shalt know that I am the 
I^MtD: behold, I will smite with 
the rod that is in mine hand up- 
«» the waters which are in the 
river, and 'they shall be turned 
to blood ^ And the fish that 
B in the river shall die, and 



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the river shall stink; and tiie 
Egyptians shall '{S^» to drink 
oflS^,^of the river. « And 
the Lord J^, unto Moses, Say 
unto Aaron, Take thy rod, and 
''stretch out thine hand S^ the 
waters of Egypt, ^ their gJJ^Si. 
SS their -fe- and "^ their 
£S?& and r^ all their t^S^ of 
water, that they may become 
blood; and tti?^e5?^,y be blood 
throughout all the land of Egypt, 
both in vessels of ^J^ and in ves- 
sels of stone. ^ And Moses and 
Aaron did so, as the Lord com- 
manded; and he -Qifted up the 
rod, and smote the waters that 
were in the river, in the sight of 
Pharaoh, and in the sight of his 
servants; and all the "waters 
that were in the river were 
turned to blood. ^ And the 
fish that was in the river died; 
and the river stank, and the 
Eg3T>tians 'could not drink ^^ 

^°> tVio -rivor' ane{ ^^ blood was 
water of tQ" nVCr, aUQ there wag blood 

throughout all the land of Egypt 
^ And *the magicians of Egypt 
did ^ »k«,j«"" with their enchant- 
ments: and 'Pharaoh's heart 

'nroQ liomloTMMl *°d ^ hearkened not 
was naraeneO, neither did be hearken 

unto them; **a8 the Lord had 
i^k^ 23 ^nj Pharaoh turned 
and went into his house, neither 

<1irl Via 'laj even this to heart 24 AnH 
Oia ne gethte heart to this alwk ■^'•*1 

all the ^^yptians digged round 
about the river for water to 
drink ; for they could not drink 
of the water or the river. ^ And 
seven days were folfilled, after 
that the Lord had smitten the 
river. 

Q ' And the Lord spake unto 
Q Moses, Go '" unto Pharaoh, 
and say unto him. Thus saith 
the Lord, Let my people go, 
'that they may serve me. ^ And 
if thou "refuse to let them go, 



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behold, I ■will smite all thy bor- 
ders with "firogs : ^ and the river 
shaU bring torth'fi^.bSSSwtiy, which 
shall go up and come into tbiue 
house, and into ''thy bedchamber, 
and upon thy bed, and into the 
house of thy servants, and upon 
thy people, and into thine ovens, 
and into thy 'kneadingtroughs: 
* and the n-ogs shall come up 
both °gS° thee, and upon thy 
people, and upon all thy ser- 
vants. 5 And the Lokd ^^ 
unto Moses, Say imto Aaron, 
''Stretch forth thine hand with 
thy rod over the guJSi, o^er the 
"iSST and over the ^ and 
cause frogs to come up upon 
the land of Egypt ° And Asuxin 
stretched out ms hand over the 
waters of iWpt; and ''the frogs 
came up, and covered the land 
of Egypt ' And *the magicians 

chautments, and brought up 
fi|ogs upon the land of I^ypt 
^ Then Pharaoh called for Moses 
and Aaron, and said, '^Intreat 
the Lord, that he may take a- 
way the frogs from me, and 
from my people; and 'I will 
let the people go, that they 
may oo sacrifice unto the Lord. 
® And Moses said unto Pha- 
raoh, H.Te th^u^tois glory Q^gr me I 

•"■^jwhOT ""^ shall I ■'intreat for 
thee, and for thy servants, and 
for thy people, ^to'^S.^^a,^ 
■""IroS*^ frona tnee and thy houses, 
ttaiuSjiw remain in the river 
oidy? ^OAnd he said, *«»i"^i'°- 
SSJJS5: And he said. Be it ac- 
cording to thy word : ''that thou 
mayest know that 'there is none 
like unto the Lord our God. 
■*' And the frogs shall depart 
from thee, and from thy houses, 
and from thy servants, and from 



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thy people ; they shall remain in 
the river only. '"^ And Moses 
and Aaron went out fit)m Pha- 
raoh: and Moses cried unto the 
Lord SSS^ the frogs 'which 
he had brought ^^ Pharaoh. 
''^ And the Lord did according^ 
to the word of Moses; and the 
fitigs died out of the houses, out 
of tile ;SS^ aud out of the fields. 
^ And they gathered them to- 
gether a^ heaps: and the land 
stanL ^^ But when Pharaoh 
saw that there was 'respite, 
he '"hardened his heart, aud 
hearicened not unto th«n; as 
the Lord had "^^S^ 

^^ And the Lord said unto 
Moses, Say unto Aaron, ■'Stretch 
out thy rod, and smite the dust 
of the t^ that it may become 
Mice throughout all the land of 
Egypt " And they did so; S? 
Aaron stretched out Ins hand 
with his rod, and smote the dust 
of the earth, and 'if'So^ Kce 
°K° man, aud »8?° beast; all the 
dust of the tS^ beoutne lice 
throughout all the land of 
Egypt '* And *the magicians 
did so with their enchantments 
to bring forth lice, but they 
could not: ^ there were lice 
upon man, and upon beast. 
^^Then the magicians said unto 
Pharaoh, This Is '"the finger of 
God : "and Pharaoh's heart "was 
hardened, and he hearkened not 
unto them; as the Lord had 

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^° And the Lord said unto 
Moses, "Rise up early in the 
morning, and stand before Phft- 
raoh ; lo, he cometh forth to the 
water; and say unto him. Thus 
saith the Lord, 'Let my people 
go, that they may serve me. 
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people go, behold, I will aeod 
gwanns of flies upon thee, and 
upon thy sorrants, and upon thy 
people, and into thy houses: and 
the nooses of the Egyptians shall 
be full of swarms ot flies, and 
ako the eronnd whereon they 
are, ^ And "I will sever in 
tiiat day the land of Qoshai, in 
whidi my people dwell, that no 
swanns of flies shall be there ; 
*to the end thou mayest know 
that I am the Lokd in the midst 
oftheearth. ^3 And I wfll "^put 
*a divisiixi between my people 
and thy people: "Tu^^SSST shall 
this sign be. '* And tiie Lord 
^dso; and 'there came .^SI^ 
^SS of flies into the house of 
Hiuaoh, and into his servants' 
£SSL and ,^ all the land of 1^', 
the land was **ccMTupted fay rea- 
son <rf the ?:^ of ffies. *And 
Pharaoh called for Moses and 
for Aaron, and said, Qo ye, sacri- 
fice to your God in me land. 
^ And Moees said, It is not 
meet so to do; for we shall 
sacrifice -'the abomination of 
the Egyptians to the Lobd our 
Godrio, shall we sacrifice ^the 
abominatimi of the E^ptians 
befme their eyes, and will they 
not straie us? " We_ will go 
HIvee days' journey into the 
wSdanesB, and sacnfioe to the 
hOBD onr God, 'as he shall 00m- 
mand as. ^ And Pharaoh said, 
I wiU let you go, thsit ye may 
sacrifice to the Lord your God 
in the wilderness ; only ye shall 
not go veiy &r away: "intreat 
for m& ™ And Moses said. Be- 
hold, I go out firom thee, and I 
win intreat the Lord thsit the 
swanns of flies may depart from 
FtianKdi, fimn his servants, and 
from his people, felSJS;':'^? let 
not Pharaoh ^deal deceitfully 



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any more in not letting the 
people go to sacrifice to the 
Lord. *" And Moses went out 
firom Pharaoh, and intreated the 
Lobd. ^ And the Lord did ac- 
cording to the word of Moses; 
and he removed the swarms of 
flies from Pharaoh, from his ser- 
vants, and from his people ; there 
remained not one. ** And Pha- 
raoh '''hardened his heart ,t this 
time also, ^ii^,^'^^ let the 
people go. 

^ Then the Lobd said unto 
Q Moses, 'Go in unto Pharaoh, 
^ and tell him, Thus saith -^the 
^jSSb"" God of the Hebrews, Let 
my people go, that they may 
serve me. ^For if thou refuse 
to let them go, and wilt hold 
them still, ^ behold, *the hand 
of the Lord is upon thy cattle 
which is in the field, upon the 
horses, upon the asses, upon the 
camels, upon the ^^ and upon 
the Jg™ : there shaU be a very 
grievous murrain. * And *tbe 
Lord shall sever between the 
cattle of Israel and the cattle of 
Egypt: and there shall nothing 
die of aU "»* ^gn?*^ ^ the ^^, 
of Israel '^ And the Lord ai 
pointed a set time, saying, 
^^ the Lord shall do thiB 
thing in the land. ° And the 
Lord did that thing on the mor- 
row, and "all the cattle of Bgypt 
died: but of the cattle of the 
children of Israel died not one. 
^ And Pharaoh sent, and, behold, 
there was not •" '"""='' " one of 
the cattle of the Israelites dead. 
^\ "the heart of Pharaoh .was 
*^SS: and he did not let the 
people go. 

^ And the Lord said unto 
Moses and unto Aaron, Take to 
you handfols of 'ashes of the 



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fiimace, and let Moees sprinkle 
it toward the heaven in the 
sight of Pharaoh. ^ And it 
shall become small dust <^ 
aJl the land of E^ypt, and shall 
be ^a boil breakmg forth with 
blains upon ^, and upon beast, 
throughout all the land of £Wpt. 
'°And they took ashes of the 
furnace, and stood before Pha- 
raoh ; and Moses sprinkled it up 
toward heaven; and it became 
a boil breaking forth with blains 
upon SS. and upon beast '^ And 
<tne magicians could not stand 
before Moses because of the 
boils; for the ^ ^S" upon the 
magicians, and upon all the 
Eg^tians. ^'^ "And the Lord 
'luu^ened the heart of Pharaoh, 
and he hearkened not unto them ; 
•^as the Lord had spoken unto 
Moses. 

^^ And the Lord said unto 
Moses, "Rise up early in the 
morning, and stand before Pha- 
raoh, and say unto him. Thus 
saith the ^f^J;^" God of the 
Hebrews, Let my people go, 
that they may serve me. ^ For 
I will ^ this time send all my 
plagues upon liiine heart; and 
upon thy servants, and upon thy 
people; '^that thou mayest know 
that there is none like me in all 
the earth. ^^ For now IJglA. 
'22? my hand, th.ff^'^te thee 
and thy people with Kg{S«j and 
thou "Ifflt bf cut off from the 
SS." ^° ASd in very deed 'for 
this cause have I '^^^t^'^ 
for to shew j„ thee my gS™'- and 
"that my name may be declared 
throughout all the eartL " "As 
yet exaltest thou thyself against 
my people, that thou wilt not 
let them go ? "^ Behold, t^^S^ 
about this time I will cause it 
to rain a very grievous hail, 



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such as hath not been in Egyp 
since the ISJU^ ^S? even uii 
ta now. « gSd therefore S^ 
'JSf^^ thy Stas. and aU thai 
thou hast m the field; jor «,^ 
every man and beast which abal 
be found in the field, and dial 
not be brought home, the haiJ 
shall come down upon th^u, 
and they shall die. ^ He that 
feared the word of the Lore 
among the servants of Pharaoli 
made nis servants and his cattle 
flee into the houses : ^ and he 
that t regarded not the word of 
the Lord left his servants and 
his cattle in the field. 

^ And the Lord said unto 
Moses, Stretch forth thine hand 
toward faeavcen, that there may 
be 'hail in aU its land of Egyp^ 
upon man, and upon beast, and 
upon every herb of the field, 
throughout the land of Egypt. 
^ And Moses stretched forth 
his rod toward heaven : and 
''the Lord sent thimder and 
hail, and the fire ran ^ SpSS SS 
^^; and the Lord rained hail 
upon the land of Egypt "* So 
there was hail, and fire^mingled 
with the hail, very grievous, such 
as th JlS«°S^^iLe It in aU the land 
of Eg^t since it became a nation. 
^And the hail smote throughout 
all the land of Egypt all that was 
in the field, both man and beast ; 
and the hail *smote every herb 
of the field, and brake every tree 
of the field, ^e mQniy in the land 
of Goshen, where the children of 
Israel were, was there no haiL 
^ And Pharaoh sent, and caUed 
for Moses and Aaron, and said 
unto them, H have sinned this 
time: 'the Lord is righteous, 
and I and my people are wicked. 
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ings and hail ; and I will let you 
go, and ye shall stay no longer. 
™ And Moses said nnto hiin, 
Ab soon as I am gone out of 
the city, I will ^spread abroad 
my hands unto the Lord; „^ 
the ^^S shall cease, neither 
shall there be anv more hail; 
that then mayest know ,k>w that 
'the earth is the LoBD'a ^ But 
as for thee and thy servants, 'I 
know that ye will not yet fear 
the Lord God. ^^ And the flax 
and the bu-ley ^ smitten: for 
the barley was in the ear, and 
the flax 'was boiled. ^> But 
the wheat and the *^^ were not 
smitten: for they were *not 
grown unt ^ And Moses went 
out of toe city from Pharaoh, 
and 'spread abroad his hands un- 
to the LcffiD: and the thunders 
and hail ceased, and the rain 
was not poured upon the earth. 
^ And when Pharaoh saw that 
the rain and the hail and the 
thanders were ceased, he sinned 
vet more, and ''^hardened his 
Keart, *he and his servants. 
^ And ■'the heart of Pharaoh 
•was hardened, ^4^^^ft let 
the children of Isnstel go ; as the 
Lord had spoken 'by Mosea 

^ And the Lord said 
XO iiiito Moses, Go in un- 
to Pharaoh: for 'I have 
'hardmed his heart, and the 
heart of his servants, that I 
might shew these my signs 
" h^Shta"*" : ^ and that "thou 
mayest tell in the ears of thy 
fKm, and of thy son's son, *what 
things I have wrought °S" Egypt, 
and my signs which I have done 
among them ; ^that ye may know 
iKMr tint I am the Lord. ^ And 
Moses and Aaron ^^ in unto 
PhaiBoh, and said unto him. 



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Thus saith the ^fSk^^' God of 
the Hebrews, How long wilt 
thou refuse "to humble thyself 
before me? let my people go, 
that they may serve me. * Else, 
if thou refuse to let my people 
go,' behold, iS^Z^^ will 1 bmiff 
the 'locusts into thy '^f : ^ and 
they shall cover the 'face of tiie 
earth, that one "SSnSf be able to 
see the earth: and •'they shall 
eat the residue of that which is 
escaped, which remaineth unto 
you from the hail, and shall eat 
every tree which groweth for 
you out of the field : « and '^ 
^f^^b^ and the houses 
of all thy servants, and the 
houses of all the Egyptians ; 
^Sfeh neither thy ^^ nor thy 
fathers' fothers have seen, since 
the day that they were upon the 
earth unto this day. And he 
tum^u^u. and went out from 
Pharaoh ^ And Pharaoh's ser- 
vants said unto him, How long 
shall this man be a snare imto 
us? let the men go, that they 
may serve the Lord their God: 
knowest thou not yet that Egjrpt 
is destroyed? ^ And Moses and 
Aaron were brought again unto 
Pharaoh : and he said unto them, 
*Cio, serve the Lord your God: 
but *who are they that shall go? 
^ And Moses said, We will go 
with our young and with our 
old, with our sons and with om* 
daughters, with our flocks and 
with our herds will we go; for 
"we must hold a feast unto the 
Lord. ^° And he said unto them, 
^l^ the Lord be «> with you, as I 
will let you go, "and your little 
ones: look to it; for evil is "be- 
fore you. " Not so: go now ye 
that are men, and serve the 
Lord; for that "jlj'^/" desire. 



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And thev were driven out from 
Pharaohs presence. 

^^ And the Lord aaid unto 
Moses, '^Stretch out thine hand 
over the land of Egypt for the 
locusts, that they nmr come up 
upon the land of Egvpt, ana 
"eat every herb of the land, 
even all that the hail hath left 
IB And Moses stretched forth his 
rod over the land of Egypt, and 
the Lord brought an east wind 
upon the laud all that day, and 
an 1^^ night; and when it was 
morning, the east wuid brought 
the locusts. ^ And -^the locusts 
went up over all the land of 
Egypt, and rested in all the 
^S? of i^! very grievous were 
they; *before them there were 
no such locusts as tiiey, neither 
after them shall be suoL ^° For 
they covered the &ce of the 
whole earth, so that the land 
wad darkened; and they ^did 
eat every herb of the land, and 
all the fruit of the trees which 
the hail had left : and there re- 
mained not any green ttJ^^'^^^ 
or'Sr&'iSS- of the field, through 
all the land of Egypt ^^ Then 
Pharaoh 'called for Moses and 
Aaron in haste; and he said, *I 
have sinned against the Lord 
your God, and against you. 
" Now therefore forgive, I pray 
thee, my sin only this once, and 
'"intreat the Lord your God, 
that he may take away from me 
this death only. '^ And "he 
went out from Phai-aoh, and in- 
treated the Lord. ™ And the 
Lord turned ".'SSIhS"* strong 
west wind, which tooK ,^ the 
locusts, and ^? them 'into the 
Red fS ; there remained not one 
locust in all the ^2j2u of Egypt 
*° But the Lord "'hardened 



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Pharaoh's heart «,»?g,t he ^^, 
not let the children of Israel go. 
^ And the Lord said ante 
Moees, ^Btretch out thine hcmd 
toward heaven, that there may 
be darkness over tlie land oi 
E^;ypt, ''even darkness which 
may be felt ^2 ^^ Moeee 
stretched forth his hand toward 
heaven; and there was a ''thick 
darkness in all the land of Egypt 
three JSi ^ ^^J saw not one 
another, neither rose any fix>iii 
lus place for three days: 'but 
all the children of Israel trnd 
light in their dwellings. ^ And 
Pharaoh called unto Moses, and 
''said. Go ye, serve the Lord ; 
only let your flocks and your 
herds be stayed: let *your uttle 
ones also go with you. " And 



Mosee said, Thou must *^.JS^] 
^%S"Jr^ sacrifices and burnt^ 
oneriugs, that we may sacrifice 
unto tne Lord our God. ^ Ouri 
cattle also shall go with ns ; 
there shall not an hoof be left 
behind; for thereof must we 
take to serve the Lord our 
God; and we know not with 
what we must serve the Lord, 
until we come thither. " But 
the Lord ^'hardened Pharaoh's 
heart, and he would not let 
them go. '^ And Pharaoh said 
unto him. Get thee from me, 
take heed to thyself see my 
face no more; for in ^ day 
thou seest my fece thou shalt 
dia ^ And Moses said. Thou 
hast spoken Jgi.' "I will see tiiy 
face again no more. 

' And the Lord said 

II unto Moses, Yet ;^iPfe!!S| 

^"pSS.jrol?upon Pharaoh, 

and upon Egypt; afterwards he 

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be shall let you go, he shall 
sorely thrust yon out hence al- 
together. ^ Speak now in the 
ears of the people, and 'let *SS 
"^J'fSiSS?" of his nei^bour, and 
eT«ry woman of her neighbour, 
jewels of sUrer, and jewels of 
gidd. ^ °And the Lord gave 
the people {atout in the sight 
of the E^ptians. Moreover 
the man *Moees was very great 
in the land of Egypt, in the 
8^t of Pharaoh's servants, and 
in the si^t of the people. 

* And Moses said, Thus saith 
the LoBD, -^ About midn^ht will 
I go out into the midst of Egypt : 
' and all the firstborn in the 
land of Egypt shall die, from 
the firstborn of Pharaoh that 
eitteth upon his throne, even 
onto the firstborn of the maid- 
servaot ^that is behind the 
mill; and all the firstborn of 
SS^ ° 'And there shall be. a 
great cry throughout all the 
uod of I^ypt, such as there 
^'i.S'" none like it, nor shall 
be like it any more. ' *But 
aganist any of the children of 
Israel shail not a dog ''"move 
his tongue, against man or 
beast: tnat ye mi^ know how 
that the Lord doth "put a dif- 
ference between the Egvptians 
and Israel ° And <aU these 
thy servants shall come down 
onto me, and bow down them- 
selves unto me, saying, Get thee 
oat, and all the people 'that fol- 
low thee: and after that I will 
go out And he went out from 
Pharaoh in ts^elLt anger. 

" And the Lord said unto Mo- 
ses^ 'Pharaoh ^ not hearken 
unto j^l that *my wonders may 
be multiplied in the land of 
Egypt ^ And Moses and Aaron 



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did all these wonders before 
Pharaoh: and the Lord *''hard- 
ened Pharaoh's heart, n^^t he 
1^^ not let the children of Israel 
go out of his land. 

^ And the Lord spake 
^2 ^"^^ Moses and Aaron ui 
the land of Egypt, saying, 
2 <*This month shall De unto you 
the b^inniug of months : it shall 
be the first month of the year to 
you. ^ Speak ye mito all the 
congregation of Israel, saying, 
In tne tenth day of this monui 
they shall take to them every 
man a ''lamb, 'according to 
iha'^L?S^^?'Sffi«.. a lamb for 
an ^S^^: * and if the house- 
hold he too little for the Iamb, 
"^t'Sta *" and his neighbour next 
unto his house take "u" accord- 
ing to the number of the souls; 

•ooording to eretT man's. wUnii je oKnll 
erety num Mxxndlng to hta eaung o"»" 

uu^ke your count for the lamb. 
^ Your lamb shall be ■'without 
blemish, a male 'of the first 
year: ye shall take it oat from 
tiie sheep, or from the goats: 
^ and ye shall keep it up until 
'the fourteenlh day of the same 
month : and the whole assembly 
of the congregation of Israel 
shaU kill it , A V^^Sh^ ^ And 
they shall take of the blood, 
and jffke it on *'the two side 
posts and on the ^pii-fer'SSt of 
the bSom, wherein thev shall eat 
it ^ And they shaU eat the 
flesh in that night, roast with 
fire, and 'unleavened bread ; ^mi 
with bitter herbs they shall eat 
it ° Eat not of it raw, nor sod- 
den at all with water, but 'roast 
with fire; {£ head with ^{^J, and 
with the pSSSSU thereof. <° And 
"ye shall let nothing of it remain 
until the morning; Sik that which 
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ye shall burn with fire. ^ And 
thus shall ye eat it; with "your 
loins girded, your shoes on your 
feet, and your stafiF in your ^^: 
and ye shall eat it in haste: "'it 
is the Lord's passover. '^ For 
''I will j£g through the land of 
Egj'pt '"thif night, and will smite 
aU the firstborn in the land of 
Egypt, both man and beast; 
ana -^against all the 'gods of 
Egypt I will execute i?„^Sf : 
»I am the Lord. ^^ j^^ A^he 
blood shall be to you for a 
token upon the houses where 
ye are: and when I see the 
blood, I will pass oyer you, and 
'S.TpSi^i^.SJi'^" be upon you >tto 
destroy you, when I smite the 
land of Egypt ^ And this day 
shall be unto you 'for a SJSSSJffi'; 
and ye shall keep it a feast to the 
fe!»^= throughout your ^J^fiS, 
ye shall keep it a feast "by an 
ordinance for ever. '^^Seven 
days shall ye eat unleavened 
bread; even the first day ye 
shall put away leaven out of 
your houses: for whosoever 
eateth leavened bread from the 
first day until the seventh day, 
'that soul shall be cut off from 
Israel ^® And in the first day 
there shall be *" "^ *an holv 
convocation, and in the seventh 
day there rfuji be an holy convoca- 
tion to TOO ; no manner of work 
shall be done in them, save that 
which every >man must eat, 
that only may be done of you. 
" And ye shall observe ^ j^ 
<)/'unleavened bread ; for "in this 
sel&ame day have I brought your 
USSSi out of the land of E^t: 
therefore shall ye observe tnis 
day u™^""' your generations by 
an ordinance for ever. ''^ *In 
the first month, on the four- 
teenth day of the month at 



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12. 3S 

A Eph. 0. 14 
& 1 M. 1. 11. 

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Kum. za 17. 
Deut. I& S, 8. 
CftlCor. 
6.7,8. 

QftT.lX 13. 

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17.14 
ft Mum. a 18. 

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4 Rev. 7. > 
4B.4. 

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u ch. a 8, 17. 


>ch. 13.$. 


«!ch.iaai4. 
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4 82.7. 
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Pi. 7a*-<. 


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oh. 7.4. 


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alxT.aai. 
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even, ye shall eat unleavened 
bread, imtil the one and twen- 
tieth day of the month at even. 
'^ 'Seven davs sliall there be no 
leaven found in your houses : for 
whosoever eateth that which is 
leavened, ^^^ ''that soul shall be 
cut off from the congregation of 
Israel, 'whether he be a ^SSS?e?" 
or °" "»' " bom m the land. 
/NunLsai. 20 Ye shall eat nothing leavened ; 
in all your habitations shall ye 
eat unleavened bread. 

*• Then Moses called for all 
the elders of Israel, and said 
unto them, 'Draw ^ and take 
you .'"fSSb 'according to your 
fEunilies, and kill the passover. 
^ And ye shall take a ounch of 
•'hyssop, and *dip it in the blood 
that is in the bason, and strike 
'"the lintel and the two side 
posts with the blood that is in 
the bason; and "none of you 
shall go out 2 the door of his 
house until the morning. '^'For 
the Lord will pass trough to 
smite the Egyptians; and when 
he seeth the blood upon "the 
lintel, and on the two side posts, 
the Lord will pass over the door, 
and 'will not suffer the destroyer 
to come in unto your houses to 
smite you. ^ And ye shidl ob- 
serve this thing for an ordinance 
to thee and to thy sons for ever. 
^ And it shall come to pass, 
when ye be come to the land 
which the Lord will give you, 
"according as he hath promised, 
that ye shall keep this service. 
^ And it shall come to pass, 
"when your children shall say 
unto you, What mean ye ly this 
service? " that ye shall say, 
•'It is the sacrifice of the Lord s 
passover, *who passed over the 
houses of the children of Israel 
in Egypt, when he smote the 



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Egyptians, and delivered our 
hooaea. And tlie people 'bowed 
the head and trorsnipped. ^And 
the children of Israel went ,^^od 
^ as the Lord had commancied 
Moees and Aaron, so did they. 

» And it came to ^SLXfatSS^ 
SSit 'the Lord smote all the first- 
bom in the land of Egypt, *fix>m 
tiie firstborn of Pharaoh tliat sat 
on his tiirone unto the firstborn 
of the captive tiiat was in the 
'dungeon; and all the firstborn 
of caMle. ^ And Pharaoh rose 
up in the night he, and all his 
servants, and all the Egyptians ; 
and tiiere was *a great cry in 
j>t ; for there was not a house 

ere there was not one dead. 
^ And he caUed for Moses 
and Aaron by night, and said, 
Rise up, Md get you forth fiwm 
among my people, "*both ye and 
the coil(fren of Israel; and go, 
B^^e the Lord, as ye have said. 
** Tta^ute' yoia flocks and your 
herds, as ye have said, and be 
gone ; and Uess me also. ^ And 
'the Egyptians were urgent upon 
the people, that th^ might send them 
oat of tiie land in haste; for 
they said. We be all dead men. 
'* And the people took their 
dough before it was leavened, 
their ' kneadingtroughs being 
bound up in their clothes upon 
thor shoulders. ^ And the 
children of Israel did according 
to the word of Moses; and 
'they biSS^ of the E^jptianB 
jeweds of rilver, and jewels of 
mid, and raiment: ^'aad the 
hOBD gave the people &vour in 
the si^t of the Egyptians, so 
that -they ua^^u, them iS.'^ 
And they spoiled 



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37 And 'the children of Israel 
journeyed fix>m "Rameses to 
Snccoui, ''about six hundred 
thousand on foot that were 
men, beside children. ^ And 
"a mixed multitude went up 
also with them ; and flocks, and 
herds, even very much cattle. 
3° And they baked unleavened 
cakes of the dough which they 
brought forth out of Egypt, for 
it was not leavened; because 
•they were thrust out of Egypt, 
and ^ could not tarry, neiwer 
had they prepared for them- 
selves any victuaL *° Now the 
sojourning of the children of 
Israel, ""-^w^^k^Pilr""^ in Egypt, 
was 'four hundred and tmrty 
years. ** And it came to pass 
at the end of the four hundred 
and thirty years, even the self- 
same day it came to pass, that 
all the hosts of the Lord went 
out from the land of Egypt 
*" It is *"*a night to be much 
observed unto the Lord for 
bringing them out fix>m the 
land of Egypt: 'this is that 
night of the KK" to be ""«* ob- 
served of all the children of 
Israel U""^'""' their generations. 

^ And the Lord said unto 
Moses and Aaron, This is the 
ordinance of the passover: 
^ shall no ^^i^ eat there- 
of : ** but eveiT man's servant 
that is 'bought for money, when 
thou hast circiuncised him, then 
shall he eat thereofi « 'A 
iSiSiSS? and an hired servant 
shaUnot eat thereof '^ la one 
house shall it be eaten; thou 
shalt not carry forth ^^t of the 
flesh abroad out of tiie house; 
'neither shall ye break a bone 
thereo£ *'"A11 the congrega- 
tion of Israel shall ''keep it 



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EXODUS 



[Chap. 13, v. 15 



^ And "when a stranger shall 
sojourn with thee, and will keep 
the passorer to the Lord, let aU 
his males be circumcised, and 
then let him come near and keep 
it; and he shall be as "one that 
is bom in the land: ^i no un- 
circumcised person ^all eat 
thereof. ^ ''One law shall be to 
him that is homebom, and unto 
'the stranger that sojoumeth 
among you. ^° Thus did all the 
children of Israel; as the Lord 
commanded Moses and Aaron, 
so did they. *' And it came to 
pass the sel&ame day, that "the 
Ix)RD did bring the children of 
Israel out of the hmd of Egypt 
by their ;Sait 

'' And the Lord spake 
JO unto Moses, saying, 

^ ^ ^Sanctify unto me idl 
the firstborn, whatsoever openeth 
the womb among the children 
of Israel, both of man and of 
beast: it is mine. 

3 And Moses said unto the 
people, '"Remember this day, in 
which ye came out from Egypt, 
out of the house of '""boniSge; 
'for by strength of hand me 
Lord brought you out firom this 
place: 'there shall no leavened 
bread be eaten. * This day Sil? 
^"^t in the month 'Abib. ^And 
it shall be when the Lord shall 
bring thee into "tiie land of the 
gSSS5ISL and the mtSi. and the 
tSS^iSi and the |f;?&. and the 
j^&. which "he sware unto 
thy fathers to give thee, a land 
'flowing with milk and honey, 
tiiat 'thou shalt keep this ser- 
vice in this montL ® "Seven 
days thou shalt eat unleavened 
bread, and in the seventh day 
shall be a feast to the Lord. 
^ Unleavened bread shall be 
eaten t»««wi>°»» "^e geven days ; 



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Acta IS. 17. 

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14,17,24,49. 



i Tar. 17. 



IS. 13, 



U. 

ch. 2: 

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Lev. 27 M. 
Nuiu 3, 13 
t U. 16. 17 
1 18. in. 
Deut IS. 19. 
atodLuke 

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nch. 34.10. 

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41, 47 

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16. 

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and there shall no leavened 
bread be seen with thee, neither 
shall there be leaven seen with 
as? m aU thy ^'S^ « And 
''thou shalt ,hew thy son in that 
day, saying, nJu^dmu because of 
that which the LoRp did ^So me 
when I came forth out of EgyptL 
° And it shall be for 'a sign unto 
thee upon thine hand, and for 
■^a memorial 'between thine 
eyes, that the '•\SL^ii?"° may 
be in thy mouth: for with a 
strong hand hath the Lord 
brought thee out of Egypt. 
'" *Thou shalt therefore keep 
this ordinance in £& season from 
year to year. 

^^ And it shall be when the 
Lord shall bring thee into the 
land of the 5SS^ *aB he sware 
unto thee and to thy fothers, 
and shall give it thee, ^^'that 
thou shalt 'set apart unto the 
Lord all that openeth the SSxl 
and every firstling 'tSif o^^th'^f' 
ifei.T^glS.ILSa'^; t£e males shall 
be the Lord'& ^^ And "every 
firstling of an ass thou shalt re- 
deem with a ''lamb; and if thou 
wilt not redeem it, then thou 
shalt break {,% neck: and 'all 
the firstborn of man among thy 
chifSSm shalt thou redeem. ^'And 
it shall be when thy sou asketh 
thee 'in time to come, saying, 
What is this? that thou shalt 
say unto him, "By strength of 
lumd the Lord brought us out 
from Egypt, from the house of 
'''bondage: ''^ and it came to 
pass, when Pharaoh * would 
hanUy let us go, that ''the Lord 
slew all the firetbom in the land 
of Egypt, both the firstborn of 
man, and the firstborn of beast: 
therefore I sacrifice to the Lord 
all that openeth the ^^^ being 



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EXODUS 



[Chap. 14, v. 12 



but "all the firstborn of 
my euu^ I redeem. ^^ »And it 
shall be for a tSSi «poa thine 
hand, and for frontlete between 
tlune eyes: ''for by strength of 
hand the Lord lNx>ught us forth 
out of Egypt. 

^ And it came to pass, when 
Pharaoh had let tiie people go, 
that God led them "not tkXh 
the way of the land of the 
Philistines, although that was 
near ; for Grod said. Lest per- 
adventure the people 'repent 
wh«[i they see war, and they 
retam to Egypt: '° but God 
•^led liie people about, thmwh the 
way of the wilderness ^ the 
Bed ^i and the children of 
Israel went up 'h^^ed out of 
the land of Egypt i» And 
Moees took the bones of Joseph 
with him: for he had straitly 
gwc»7i the children of Israel, 
sajring, 'God will surely visit 
yea; and ye shall cany up my 
bcMies away hence with yon. 
** And "Ihey took their journey 
from Succoth, {md encamped in 
RtiiM", in the edge of the 
wildemess. ^ And ''the Lord 
went before them by day in a 
{Hilar of ."^ to lead them 
the way; and by night in a 
nOar of fire, to give them light ; 
a»* "^ '"*»" go by day and ^ 
nigbt: "Hetook«.t.ww 'the pillar 
of the cloud by day, ^ the pillar 
of fire by nij^t, *''~**^ '^ from 
before the people. 

^ And the Lord spake un- 
f ^ to Moses, saying, '^ Speak 
"* unto the children of Israel, 
'that they turn ^"^ and encamp 
heXore Pi-hahiroth, between 
"Migdol and the sea, ovi^Sinrt 
Bad-zephon: "'USi'"^ it dwU 
ye encamp by the sea. 



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14.1—4. 

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32.10. 
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Op. InL 31. 1. 



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Beh II. a. 
Cpk AcU 7. 16. 

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A IS. 9, a^ i«. 
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Dent. as. a. 
Acta la 17. 
Oil. ch. a 19. 

II oh. 12. 87. 
Nam. 33, 9. 

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3 And 
For 



Pharaoh will say of the children 
of Israel, They are entangled in 
the land, the wildemess hath 
shut them in. * And "I will 
'harden Pharaoh's heart, gfi he 
shall follow after them; and I 
•wiU ««4'SSi.SS?Sf upon Pharaoh, 
and upon all his host; tb^t the 
Egyptians ^ know that I am 
the Lord. And they did so. 
^ And it was told the king of 
Egypt that the people '«" fled: 
and ''the heart of Pharaoh and 
of his servants was "^^^ i^SSt 
the people, and they said, ^^' 
1uf« we telSJ? that we have 
let Israel go from serving us? 
° And he made readv his 'cluuiot, 
and took his people with hun: 
^ and he took 'six hundred 
chosen chariots, and all the 
chariots of Egypt, and captains 
over erc^'one of them. * And 
"the Lord 'hardened the heart 
of Pharaoh king of E^rpt, and 
he pursued after the children of 
Israel : £& "the children of Israel 
went out with an high hand 
° sSt "the Egyptians pursued 
after them, all the horses and 
chariots of Pharaoh, and his 
horsemen, and his army, and 
overtook them ^encamping by 
the sea, beside Pi-hahiroth, be- 
fore Baal-zephon. ^° And when 
Pharaoh drew nigh, the children 
of Israel lifted up their eyes, 
and, behold, the Egyptians 
marched after them ; and they 
were sore afraid : andthechildren 
of Israel ''cried out unto the 
Lord. " 'And they said unto 
Moses, Because there were no 
graves in Egypt, hast thou 
taken us away to die in the 
wildemess? wherefore hast thou 
dealt thus with us, to ^^ us fortli 
out of Egypt ? '2 Is not this the 



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word that "we '^i^*^ thee m 
Egypt, saying, Let ua alone, 
that we may serve the Egyp- 
tians? "For tt'LTSsH better for 
US to serve the Egyptians, than 
that we should die m the wilder- 
ness. '^ And Moses said unto 
the people, "Fear ye not, stand 
stUl, and see the salvation of 
the Lord, which he will Xw 'S 
you llt^: '*for 'the E^tiaus 
whom ye have seen ^^. ye 
shall see tiiem again no more 
for ever. ** ■'Tlie Lord shall 
fight for you, and ye shall *hold 
your peace. 

''^ ^d the Lord said unto 
Moses, Wherefore criest thou un- 
to me? speak unto the children 
of Israel, that they go \^^: 
^ ilt 'lift thou up thy rod, 
'and stretch out thine hand 
over the sea, and divide it : and 
the children of Israel shall go 

into the midat of the sea on diy groonS 
on dry fpround throogh the midst of the sea. 

" And I, behold, "*I will "harden 
the hearts of the Egyptians, and 
they shall '"i^^*" them: and "I 
will get me honour upon Pha- 
raoh, and upon all nis host, 
upon his chariots, and upon his 
horsemen. ^^ And the Egyptians 
'''shall know that I am the Lord, 
"when I have gotten me honour 
upon Pharaoh, upon his chariots, 
and upon his horsemen- ^° And 
'the angel of Grod, which went 
before the camp of Israel, re- 
moved and went behind them; 
and the pillar of a,, cloud "^"nt*^ 
from before theS'Soe, and stood 
behind them: *° and it came 
between the camp of the l^tian. 
and the camp of Israel ; and ""J?" 
was 'S« cloud and daSS^'&f^^r^t 
rS^i^ light by ntehtl^Sfi.^^ th.t the 
one came not near the other 
all the night ^ And Moses 



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'stretched out his hand over 
the sea; and the Lord caused 
t^e sea to go beiek 'b;^ a strons 
east wind all ^ night, and 
''made the sea dry land^ and 
the waters were 'divided "*Aiid 
■'^the children of Israel went into 
the midst of the sea upon the 
dry ground: and the waters 
were *a wall unto them on tiieir 
right hand, and on their left. 
^ And the I^yptiauB pursued, 
and went in uter them '^0° the 
midst of the sea, ewn all Pha- 
raoh's horses, Ms chariots, and 
his horsemen. ^ And it came to 
p^iST'Si.t in the morning "nSjc?^ 
the Lord looked "^ff"' the 
host of the Egyptians through 
the pillar of fire and of the cloud, 
and "'g^Jf the host of the 
^^ 26And "''took off their 
chariot wheels, ^^that they drave 
them heavily: so that the Egyp- 
tians said. Let us flee from the 
fiice of Israel; for "the LoxtD 
fighteth for them against the 
^^rptians. 

^^ And the Lord said unto 
Moses, ''Stretch out thine hand 
over the sea, that the waters 
may come again upon the Egyp- 
tians, upon their chariots, and 
upon their horsemea " 'And 
Moses stretched forth his hand 
over the sea, and the sea 're- 
tumed to ^ 'strength when the 
morning appeared; and the 
Egyptians fled against it; and 
the Lord '«« overthrew the 
Egyptians in the midst of the 
sea. ^ And 'the waters re- 
turned, and covered the chariots, 
and the horsemen, 7,S all the 
host of Pharaoh that SS5iint^,!gI 
"JSl?{S^*Sfe.r; "there remained 
not so much as one of them. 
28 But 'the children of Israel 



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EXODFS 



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walked upon dry land in the 
midst of the eea; and the 
waters were a wall unto them 
on their right hand, and on 
their left ^ Thus the LoKD 
*8aved Israel that day out of 
the hand of t^e Egyptians ; 
and 'Israel saw the ^yptians 
dead upon the sea shore. 
^ And Israel saw ^t great 
"work which the Lord did up- 
on the ^?te and the people 
feared the feS.^ and '"»' believed 
*' the Lord, and '" his servant 
Moses. 

** l%en ^sang Moses and 
X ^ tihe children of Israel this 
^ song unto the Lord, and 
spake, saying, 
'I will sing unto the Lord, 
for he hath triumphed 
gloriously: 
Hie horse and his rider hath 
he thrown into the sea. 
^*"The Lord is my strength 
and 'song. 
And he is become 'my salva- 
tion: 
^ is my God, and I will 

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prepare nim an hablUUon 9 

•My father's God, and I 'will 
exalt him. 
' The Lord is "a man of war: 

I'The Lord is his name. 
'** Pharaoh's chariots and his 
host hath he cast into the 
sea: 
-*»^ bis chosen 'captains ,1^ 
are tJ^^ m the Red ^ 
•The d«rthlrfiT?'S;««i them: 
'They ""i.^ntif'&.'^tSS?^."'* 
a stone. 
•*Thy right hand, O Lord, is 

b„eome glorioUS m JJ^S", 

Thy right hand, O Lord, 
i»th*^ed in pieces the 
enemy. 



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^ And in the greatness of thine 
•excellency thou ^Zf^^^^ 
them tiiat ^ up against 
thee: 
Thou :StSf forth thy wrath, 
ilfc^nZS^ them as stubbla 

*And ''with the blast of thy 
nostrils the waters were 

piled op, 
gmtharad toRether, 

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an SS?.' 
onP3,6*d6?th. were congealed in 

the heart of the sea. 
®The enemy said, 
*I will pursue, I will overtake, 

I *will divide the ;jg|}: 
My lust shall be satisfied'upon 

them; 
I will draw my sword, my hand 

shall 'destroy them. 
'OThou didst 'blow with thy 

wind, ""the sea covered 

them : 
They sank as lead in the 

mighty waters. 
" 'Who is like unto thee, O 

Lord, among the «'^od8? 
Who is like thee, 'glorious in 

holiness, 
Fearfiil in praises, 'doing 

wonders? 
"Thou stretchedst out "thy 

right hand, 
The earth swallowed them. 
"Thou in thy mercy hast 'led 

forth the people which ^thou 

hast redeemed: 
Thou hast 'guided them in 

thy strengtii ^u> thy holy 

habitation. 

14/>Ttio people! hare beard, the; tremble. 
-'ine people ahaU beer, andlte aflald- 

SSfw'ffii'^e hold on the in- 
habitants of IS'JiSJi^ 
'* Then "*" the 'dukes of Edom 
sbau be ^amazed; 

The 'mighty men of *Moab, 
trembling ^'i^, hold upon 

them: 



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[Chap. 16, -v.^ 



"All the inhabitants of Canaan 

are melted anrav 
Bball melt awuy. 

"'^^S' and "dread .fiH'gn upon 

liiem; 

By the greatness of thine arm 

they rtiJf be as still "as a 

stone; 

Till thy people pass over, O 

Lord, 
Till the people pass ^ ■'which 
thou nast 'purchased 
"" Thou shalt bring them in, and 
'plant them in the mountain 
of thine inheritance, 
i^ place, O Lord, which thou 
hast made for thee to dwell 
in, 
i^'lg.'ISSSSSy. O Lord, which 
thy hands have established. 
^spThe Lord shall reign for ever 
and ever. 
« For 'the ^ of Pharaoh 
went in with lus chariots and 
with his horsemen into the ae&, 
and 'the Lord brought again 
the waters of the sea upon them: 
but the children of Israel '^^ 
on dry land in the midst of the 
sea. ^ And "Miriam the 'pro- 
phetess, '"the sister of Aaron, 
took a timbrel in her hand ; and 
*all the women went out after 
her with timbrels and with 
duices. ^ And Miriam "an- 
swered them, 
"Sing ye to the Lord, for he 
'hath triumphed gloriously; 
The horse and his rider hath 
he thrown into the sea. 



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Israel °°™^ 
went 
out into the wilderness of ^Shur ; 
and they went three days in tbe 
wilderness, and found no water. 
^ And when they came to Marah, 
tiiey could not drink of the waters 
of Marah, for they were bitter: 
therefore the name of it was 



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called '»*Marah. "4 j^^ ^i^ 
people "murmured against JVfo 
ses, saying, What shaU we driiik 
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"^Se he made for them a statuti 
ukI an ordinance, and there ^li< 
proved & 26 and ^« said, *I: 
thou wilt diligently hearken tc 
the voice of we Lord thy God 
and wilt do that which is ri^h^ 
in his 1^ and wilt give ear tc 
his commandments, and keep 
all his statutes, I will put none 
of t^ "diseases upon tiiee, which 
I have bro^t upon the Egyptians : 
for I am we Lord "that healeth 
thee. 

" And 'they came to Elim, 
where were twelve "S!^ of water, 
and threescore and ten palm 
trees: and they encamped mere 

j^ by the waters. ■■ And they 
lO *to<Jc their journey from 
Elim, and all the congre- 
gation of the children of Israel 
came unto the wilderness of Sin, 
which is between Elim and Sinai, 
on the fifteanth day of tiie second 
month after their departing ont 
of the land of Egyj^ 2 ^<j 
the whole congr^Uaon of the 
children of Israel ^murmured 
against Moses and '"'^ Aaron 
in the wilderness: ^ and the 
children of Israel said unto 
them, 'Would to"3^ we had died 
by the hand of the Lord in the 
land of Egypt, 'when we sat by 
the flesh pots, ^nd when we did 
eat bread to ttie fiill; for ye 
have brought us forth into this 
wilderness, to kill this whole 
assembly with hunger. * Then 
said the Lord unto Moses, Be- 
hold, I will rain 'In^ad from 
heaven for you ; and the people 



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shall go out and gatiier *a o^*„ 
»^;£j" every day, that I may 
^|»oye them, whether they wiu 
walk in my law, or no. " And it 
shall come to ,afthat on the 
sixth "^j,?" they shall prOT>are 
ihat which they wing '£■. ana ''it 
shall be twice as much as they 
gather daily. ° And Moses ana 
Aaron said nnto all the children 
of Israel, *At eren, then •'ye 
shall know that the Lord hath 
brought yon out from the land 
of Egypt: ^ and in the morning, 
thai ye shall see ^the glory of 
the lioBD; for that he hearetb 
your mnrmurings against the 
IxKtD: and 'what are we, that 
ye mormnr agwist us? ° And 
Moses said, This shall he, when 
the LoBD shall give you in the 
evening flesh to eat, and in the 
mcH-nii^ t»read to the full; for 
that the Lord heareth your 
mormurings which ye murmur 
against him : and "*what are we? 
yoor murmorings are not against 
n8,bafi«ainst the Lord. °And 
Moses ^!Si> iinto Aaron, Say nn- 
to all the congr^ation of the 
children of Israel, ^Come near 
before Hie Lord: for he hath 
heard your mnrmurings. ^° And 
it came to pass, as Aaron spake 
mito the whole congregation of 
the diUdren of Israel, that they 
looked toward the wilderness, 
and, behold, ''the glory of the 
hcm> appeared in the cloud. 
^ And the Lord spake unto 
Moees, saying, ^" 'I have heard 
the mnrmurings of the children 
of Israel : speak unto them, say- 
ing, '*At even ye shall eat flesn, 
am 'in ihe morning ye shall be 
filled with bread; and ye shall 
know that I am the Lord your 
God. ^ And it came to pSSTait 



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"^0^ the "quails came up, and 
covered the camp: and m the 
morning the "dew lay round 
about the "gSf ^ And when 
the dew that lay was gone np, 
behold, upon the fEu;e of the 
wilderness j^, lay a small "round 
thing, a, small as the hoar frost 
on the ground. ^^ And when 
the chil^n of Israel saw it, 
they said one to another, "iPS' 
^^. for *they wist not what it 
was. And Moses said unto them, 
Thia is the bread which the Lord 
hath given yon to eat ^^This 
is the thing which the Lord 
hath commanded. Gather '* of 
it every man according to his 

nUDg,' Sn Omer jfor'Teiy man. *C" 

cording to the number of your 
^"TS^^&^i "• every man for 
them which are in his ^ti "And 
the children of Israel did so, and 
SthSSd. some more, some less. 
^ And when they did mete it 
with an omer, "he that gathered 
much had nothing over, and he 
that gathered little had no lack ; 
they gathered every man accord- 
ing to his eating. ^^ And Moses 
said ""'° *''^, Let no man leave 
of it till the morning, ^o Not- 
withstanding they hearkened not 
unto Moses ; but some of them 
1^ of it until the morning, 'and 
it bred worms, and stank: and 
Moses was wroth with them. 
2* And they gathered it "^^^^ 
morning, every man accordmg 
to his eating: and when the sun 
waxed hot, it melted. ^ And it 
came to pass, that 'on the sixth 
day they gathered twice as much 
bread, two omers for ^^' : and 
all the rulers of the congregation 
came and told Moses. ^^ And 
he said imto them, This is that 
which the Lord hath "SaS^'io* 



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[Chap. 17, v. 7 



morroT :„ *a wlemn Teat, a Imlv an.ViV>af>i 
monow « the teet of the ^017 SaDDaiD 

unto the Lord : bake that which 
ye will i^k^to^ioy and seethe that 
which ^g y^ seethe; and uliJ SiJL 
remaineih over lay up for you 
to be kept until the morning. 
=^4 And they laid it up till the 
morning, as Moses bade: and 
'it did not stink, neither was 
there any worm therein. ^ And 
Moses said. Eat that i^; "for 
^^ is a sabbath unto the Lord: 
)S^ ye shall not find it in the 
field. 2« Six days ye shall 
gather it; but on the seventh 
d»y.*2hiA u the sabbath, in it 
there rfiall be non& " And it 
came to »« •"■ "-^j^"""' ^y- that 
there went out some of the 

people on the wrenth day for tO 

gather, and they found none. 
^ And the Lord said unto Mo- 
ses, *How long refuse ye to keep 
my conunandmenta and my laws? 
^ See, for that the Lord hath 
given you the sabbath, therefore 
he giveth you on the sixth day 
the bread of two days ; abide ye 
every man in his place, let no 
man go out of his place on the 
seventh day. ^° So the people 
'rested on the seventh day. 
^ And the house of Israel called 
the name thereof '"'Manna : and 
it was "like coriander seed, white ; 
and the taste of it was like wafers 
made with honey. ^^ And Moses 
said, This is the thing which the 

TxtDn hath oommajided. Let an omerfal ^f 
iMOU oommandeth. FiU an omer "I 

it to he kept for your genera- 
tions; that they may see the 
bread wherewith I h„e fed you in 
the wilderness, when I brought 
you forth from the land of Egypt. 
^ And Moses said unto Aaron, 
'Take a pot, and put an oSSffSli 
of manna therein, and lay it up 
before the Lord, to be kept for 
your generations. ^ As the 



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Lord commanded Moses, so 
Aaron laid it up ^before the 
Testimony, to be kept ®° And 
the children of Israel 'did eat 
'•'• manna forty years, until they 
came to a land inhabited; they 
did eat ^' manna, ''until they 
came unto the borders of the 
land of Canaan. ^° Now an 
omer is -^the tenth part of an 
ephaL 

I And 'all the congre- 
ly gation of the children 
' of Israel journeyed from 
the wilderness of Sin, J^ their 
'joumeji^ according to the oom- 
mandment of the Lord, and 
pitched in Bephidim: and there 
was no water for the people to 
drink. '* Wherefore the people 
diS^de with Moses, and said. 
Give us water that we may 
drink. And Moses said onto 
them. Why Jg^? ye with me? 
wherefore do ye ^ tempt the 
Lord? ^ And the people 
thirsted there for water; and 
'^the people murmured against 
Moses, and said, Wherefore J^ 
lAot £m haat brought US up out of 
Egypt, to kill us and our children 
and our cattle with thirst? ''^And 
Moses cried unto the Lord, say- 
ing. What shall I do unto Hm 
people? they be almost ready 
"to stone me. ^ And the Lord 
said unto Moses, ^ on before 
the people, and take with thee 
of the elders of Israel ; and thy 
rod, ''wherewith thou smotest 
the river, take in thine hand, 
and go. ^ 'Behold, I will stand 
before thee there upon tiie rock 
in Horeb; and thou shalt smite 
the rock, and there shall come 
water out of it, that the people 
may drink. And Moses did so 
in the sight of the elders of 
Israel 'And he called the 



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name of the place '"'Massah, 
and '•'tMeriban, because of the 
^!SSf of the cluldren of Israel, 
and because they tempted the 
Lord, saying. Is the Lord among 
ns, or not? 

B 'Then came Amaiek, and 
fought with Israel in Bephidim. 
^ And Moses said unto -^Joshua, 
Choose us out men, and go out^ 
fi^ht with Amaiek: ^SSSw I 
will stand on the top of the hill 
with ■'the rod of God in mine 
hand. ^ So -^Joshua did as 
Moses had said to him, and 
fought with Amaiek: and Mo- 
ses, Aaron, and '^Hur went up to 
the top of the hilL ''^ And it 
came to pass, when Moses 'held 
up his han^ that Israel pre- 
Tailed: and when he let down 
his hand, Amaiek prevailed 
'* But Moses' hands were heavy ; 
and they took a stone, and put 
it under him, and he sat thereon ; 
and Aaron and 'Hur stayed up 
his hands, the one on me one 
side, and the other on the other 
side ; and his hands were steady 
until the going down of the sun. 
'^ And -^Joshua 'discomfited 
Amaiek and his people with the 
edge of the sword. ^ And the 
Lord said unto Moses, Write 
this for a memorial in a book, 
and rehearse it in the ears of 
-'Joshua: *i^ «I will utterly ^^l 
out the remembnmce of Amaiek 
from under heaven. ^* And Mo- 
ses ''built an altar, and called 
the name of it '^Jehovah-nissi: 
« KJ he said, ,B«^',th. LoBD 
hath „^^dat 'the Lord will 
have war with Amaiek from 
generation to generation. 



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O ^ tKSSi * Jethro, "the priest 
Iq of Mdian, Moses' father 
in law, heard of all that 
Gtod had done for Moses, and 
for Israel his people, ^^ that 
the Lord had brought Israel 
out of SgSt^, 2 ^ Jethro, Mo- 
ses' fether in law, took Zipporah, 
Moses' wife, after he had sent 
her SSJ^- ^ and her "two sons ; of 
which the name of the one was 
"Crershom; *for he said, *I have 
been "^'SfS" ™ a strange land: 
* and the name of the other was 
'♦♦Eliezer; for >" »t1^ '^ God of 
my tau»^'»S jS'i^ mta. help, and 
delivered me from the sword of 
Pharaoh: * and Jethro, Mos^' 
&ther in law, came with his 
sons and his wife unto Moses 
into the ;SgJSS. where he 
™enS?5r^ at "the mount of 
God: ^ and he said unto Moses, 
I thy £gtther in law Jethro am 
come unto thee, and thv wife, 
and her two sons with her. 
' And Moses "went out to meet 
his fiither in law, and did obei- 
sance, and " kissed him ; and 
they asked each other of their 
"welfiffe; and they came into 
the tent ® And Moses told his 
fadier in law ''all that the Lord 
had done nnto Pharaoh and to 
the Egyptians for Israel's sake, 
„„d aU the travail that had 
'•come upon them by the way, 
and how the Lord delivered 
them. " And Jethro rejoiced 
for all the goodness which the 
Lord had (fone to Israel, 'Jh^* 
he had delivered *''*° out of the 
hand of the Egyptians. '° And 
Jethro said, 'Blessed be the 
Lord, who hath delivered you 
out of the hand of the Egyptians, 



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and out of the hand of l^^ 
who hath delivered the people 
from under the hand of the 
Egyptians. " Now I know that 
"the LoBD is greater than all 
gods: ^^ in the thing wherein 
they ''dealt proudly *, SSS^^^e 
them. " And Jethro, Moses' 
father in law, took a burnt 
oflFering and sacrifices for God : 
and Aaron came, and all the 
elders of Israel, to eat bread 
with Moses' father in law "be- 
fore God. ^^ And it came to 
pass on the morrow, that Moses 
sat to judge the people : and the 
people stood '"f^' Moses from 
the morning unto the evening. 
■•* And when Moses' &ther in 
law saw all that he did to the 
people, he said, What is this 
thii^ that thou doest to the 
people ? why sittest thou thyself 
alone, and all the people stand 
•^''' thee from mommg unto 
even ? '^ And Moses said unto 
his &ther in law, Because *the 
people come unto me to inquire 
of God: ^® 'when they have a 
matter, they come unto me ; 
and I judge between \^ and 
"•iS'XT'" and »I do make them 
know the statutes of Qod, and 
his laws. ^^ And Moses' father 
in law said unto him. The thing 
that thou doest is not good 
■•8 ♦Thou wilt surely wear away, 
both thou, and this people that 
is with thee: for ^ thing is too 
heavy for thee; *thou art not 
able to perform it thyself alone. 
'^ Hearken now unto my voice, 
I will give thee counsel, and 
God Bh»u be with thee: bS thou 
'for the people to Grod-ward, 
tht^J^o^'^'ISi^'grin, the causes unto 
God: ^° and thou shalt teach 
them "'%SS?i!iS^"id"'' laws, and 
shalt shew them "the way where 



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kST.S 
ft l3S.e. 

d Neh. 0. 10. 
ClxPl. IISill 
tDui.4.17 
A Luke I. fl. 

CT«r. SS. 

/LeT. 24.11. 
Nam. 15.83 
It 27. 9 
&3&1. 
Dent. 1. 17 
ft 17.8. 

Dent. 12. 7 
ft 14.26. 
1 Chr. 29. a. 
Cp. ch. 24. U 
ftOecaLM. 

A Num. II. 
IT. 



j DeuL I. U. 



tCp.IieT. 
24.U 
ft Num. IS. St, 

I eh. 34. 14. 
Deut. 17. a. 
Cp.28un. 
IS. 2,3 
ftlCoT. e,l. 

mver. 23. 

» Deut. 4. t 
ftS. 1. 



oCn. Num. 
ia2t;30. 



p Num. 1 1. 
1«,17. 
IXat. I. H 12. 

QNaiii.a& 
II. 



reh. 17.1,8. 

• ah.4.16L 
C|i. ch. 20l U 
A Deut. 8. s. 

I Num. 27. & 

«Seecb.3.1. 

pch. 2a2]. 

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•>P>. 14a a. 
zch.&t. 



[Chap. 19, v. 3 

in they must walk, and "the woit 
that they must do. ^ Moreover 
thou shalt provide out of all the 
people ^able men, such as fear 
Qod, men of truth, hating eSS&^ 
f^; and place such over them, 
to be rulers of thousands, and 
rulers of hundreds, rulers of 
fifties, and rulei-s of tens : ^^ and 
•let them judge the people at 
all seasons: -^nd it shall be, 
that every great matter they 
shall bring unto thee, but every 
small matter they shall judge 

thenuelvea . g^ gjjgjj [^ y^^ easicr fOF 

thyself, and *they shall bear the 
hwrden with thee. ^ If thou 
shalt do this thing, and God 
command thee so, then thou 
shalt be 'able to endure, and 
all this people SSi'^itS go to their 

Elace in peace. ** So Moses 
earkenea to the voice of his 
father in law, and did all that 
he had said. *^ And ■'Moses 
chose able men out of all Israel, 
and made them heads over the 
people, rulers of thousands, 
rulers of hundreds, rulers of 
fifties, and rulers of tena ^ And 
•"they judged the people at all 
seasons: tiie hard causes they 
brought unto Moses, but every 
small matter they judged them- 
selves. " And Moses let his 
father in law depart; and °he 
went his way into his own land. 
1 In the third SK %^n 
IQ the children of Israel were 
^ gone forth out of the land 
of Egypt, the same day 'came 
they into the wilderness of Sinai. 
2 An^ »he» they were departed 
ftx)m '■Rephidim, and were come 
to the ^fS^r of Sinai, ^n.^ 
pitehed in the wilderness; and 
there Israel camped before "the 
mount ^ And 'Moses went up 
unto God, 'and the Lord called 



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nnto him out of the mountain, 
saying, Thus shiJt thou say to 
the house of Jacob, and tell the 
children of Israel; * "Ye have 
seen what I did unto the Egyp- 
tians, and how 'I bare you on 
eagles' wings, and brought you 
unto myselfc * Now therefore, 
if ye will obey my voice indeed, 
and keep my covenant, then ye 
shall be *a peculiar treasure un- 
to me "^bJ^°ffi ^?!S""" : for J'aU 
the earth is mine : ° and ye shall 
be unto me *a kingdom of priests, 
and '^an bolv nation. These are 
the words which thou shalt speak 
unto the children of Israel 'And 
Moses came and called for the 
elders of the people, and Sa 
before unS^cea all these words 
which the Lord commanded 
him. ^ And 'all the people 
answered together, and said, 
<AI1 that the Lobd hath spoken 
we will do. And Moses JJ{SS2d 
the words of the people unto 
the LoKix ^ And the Lord 
said unto Moses, Lo, I come 
nnto thee 'in a thick cloud, 
'that ihe people may hear when 
I speak with thee, and °»^ •^ 
•believe thee for ever. And 
Moses told the words of the 
people unto the Lord. ^° And 
the Lord said unto Moses, Go 
unto the people, and 'sanctify 
them ^^ and {^^"^l; and let 
them •'wash their "S^T " and 
be ready against the third day: 
for the third day 'the Lord will 
come down in the sight of all 
the people upon mount Sinai. 
^ And thou shalt set bounds 
unto the people round about, 
saying, Take heed to yourselves, 
that ye go not up into the mount, 
or touch the border of it : "who- 
soever toucheth the mount shall 
be surely put to death: '^ The™ 



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« Deut. 7. • 
A 14. '2 
& 2G. IS. 
Pi. 135. 4. 
M;il. 3. 17. 
Tit. 2. 14. 
1 1'lit. 2. 9, oJ. 

/ch. g. SSL 
I><-iit. 10.14. 
Joi.4l. 11. 
P« 24. 1 

Ago. 1-2. 

1 Cur. ttx SB. 

9T6r. IL 

kCp.l8ain. 
2I.4,« 
it 1 Cot. 7. 5. 

ilPet.2.e,t. 
Rer. 1. 6 
AS. 10 
A 20. a. 

> Ler. 20l 98. 
Deut. 7. 8 
A 14. 31 
A2e.is 
A 2a 9. 

Ilai. eZ V2. 
1 Pot. 2.1. 

t Pi. 77. 18. 
Heb. 12. IS. 
Rot. 4. i 
AS. g 
A II. U. 

jTcr. 9. 

m Ter. 13. 

nBebul2.Zl. 

Dent 4. 10. 
pch.24.3,7. 

DcaL 5. 27 
A 26. 17. 

Q Deat 5. 37. 

r ch. 24. 17. 
Duut 4. u 
A 33. 3 (mg.). 
JudK. s. & 
Cp. Isai. e. i 
AP». 144. 5 
A RUT. IS. & 

«ch. 2a21 
A 24. 18. 
Dcut. 4. 11. 

P>. lau 

AS7.3. 
Ct>.Jl*tt.l7.S. 
(Deut.4.1% 
98. 

I'p. .Tohn 12. 
as, SSL 

uPt S&S. 

lUb. 12.38. 
V ch. 14. 3L 
w Neh. a. iX 

V*. 81. 7. 

1 Ler. 11.41, 
4& 

Cp. Joih. 8. a. 

|fCl>.G<!ii. 
SS. 8 
A Lot. IS. S. 

<ch.S4.I. 
Cp. DfluL 
33.1. 

a Cp. ch. a. 8 
A 1 SuL e. 1*. 

( Ler. la S. 

e Cibsd Heb. 
12.20. 

i<38sm.a& 
1 Chr. la 11. 



hand aball touch >him, Vatt ita alinll 
■hall not an hand touch it, "Ul Ue SnaU 

surely be stoned, or shot through; 
whetner it be beast or man, it 
shall not live : when the'**trum- 
pet soundeth long, they shall 
come up to the mount. ^* And 
Moses ''went down from the 
mount unto the people, "'and 
sanctified the people; 'and they 
washed their '^u^ ^^ And he 
said unto the people, Be ready 
against <'the third day: *come 
not "arv-^'wi^S- ^° And it came 
to pass on "the third ^^^^f^ " 
th? morning, that there were 
''thunders and lightnings, and 
'a thick cloud upon the mount, 
and "the voice of the trumpet 
exceeding loud; .o'that all the 
people that ^ in the camp 
"trembled. " And * Moses 
brought forth the people out of 
the camp to meet ,rith God ; and 
they stood at the nether part 
of the mount. '* And 'mount 
Sinai was altogether on a'SJokl 
because the Lord descended 
upon it in fire: and the smoke 
thereof ascended as the smoke 
of a furnace, and "the whole 
*mount quaked greatly. ■" And 
when '"the voice of the trumpet 
sounded ion«, and waxed louder and 
louder, Moses spake, and "God 
answered him by a voice. ^And 
the Lord came down upon mount 
Sinai, ^ the top of the mount: 
and the Lord called Moses „p to 
the top of the mount ; and Moses 
went up. ^ And the Lord said 
unto Moses, Go down, ♦charge 
the people, lest they break 
through unto the Lord "togaze, 
and many of them perish. ^And 
let the priests also, which come 
near to the Lord, ^sanctify them- 
selves, lest the Lord ■'break forth 
upon them. ^ And Moses said 
unto the Lord, The people can- 



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[Chap. 20, v. 



not come up 

for thou ^SL^asr 



to mount Sinai: 
U8, saying, 
'*Set bounds about the mount, 
and sanctify it ^ And the 
Lord said unto him, ^m^, S^^ 
thee Son; &nd thou shsdt come 
up, thou, and Aaron with thee : 
but let not the priests and the 
people break through to come 
up unto the Lord, lest he 
''break forth upon them. ^ So 
Moses went down unto the 
people, and .pakJ'^to them. 

' "And *God spake all 
20 these words, saying, 

'^ ^I am the Ix)RD thy 
God, which bAa brought thee out 
of the land of Egypt, out of the 
house of '*'»bon(M^ 

3 "Thou Shalt have ™S« other 
gods 'before me. 

* 'Thou shalt not make unto 
ihee .Sy grayen image, rJ5?ii5fSSS 
2?"» «?SJ that is in heaven above, 
or that is in the earth beneath, 
or that is in the water under the 
earth: ^ 'thou shalt not bow 
down thyself '^ them, nor serve 
them: for I the Lord thy God 
am "a jealous God, "visiting the 
iniquity of the fathers upon the 
tite SSS? the third and »»»» "» 
fourth generation of them that 
hate me; ® and shewing mercy 
unto "te^d? of them that love 
al, and keep my commandments. 

7 "Thou shalt not take the 
name of the Lord thy God ^in 
vain; for the Lord will not 
hold him guiltless that taketh 
his name ^n vain. 

^ "Remember the sabbath day, 
to keep it holy. ' ''Six days 
shalt tnou labour, and do all 
thy work: '° but •'the seventh 
day is tJ, sabbath "Jj" the Lord 
thy God: in it thou shalt not 
do any work, thou, nor thy son, 



a ver. la. 
Cli. Jo«h. 3. 4 

{■HceNvlLia 
1»-19. 

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1 1 2. 1—3. 

d Se<! vir. a. 

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CiU'd Mntl. IS. 
4 H 19. m ft 
MiirkT.lo&ia 
l»\ I.nkcialO 
& 1 ■■h. 6.2. 

a 1. 1 35. 18, 

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g rorret.l— 

17, lee Dent. 
0.6—21. 

k D<iat.S.m. 

iCltalMatt 
S. S ft IS. IB ft 
R<.m. 13.9. Ca 
Otn. 9. 6, 6 ft 
iJulinS. IS. 

i Lev. 26. ■«. 
Fa.8i.io. HoL 
1&4. 

k Lot. la -JO. 
D«'Ut- 22. 22. 
Pr..v. 6.32. 
K.r. G. 9. 
Bib. 13.4 
CiUr.l Matt. 5. 
aff&Hum. 13. B. 

I I-iv. 19. ]L 

Eph- 4, a<, 

CIt. .1 MatL 191 
IAl-cINiH). 13.0. 

niih. 13. 3, U 
ft mg. for mg; 

K ch. 23. L 

Pr.ir. r9. 5, » 

ft 2i. '2K & 24. 
98 «( 2S. 18. 
Clt.^l Matt. 19. 

18. .<.n IK.ut. 

IS. ii;~ai. 

o u Kin. 17. 
I& Jer. 2a. « 
ft 35. 15. 

II Luke 1 2. U, 
El.h. 5. :l. e. 
Clt. 

Cc.i. ar.tlleb. 

la. 5. 
« Mic. 2. 2. 

7- Lf?. 26. I. 
Dcut 27. 16. 
Pb. 97. 7. Cp, 
Act« 17. -29. 

« Jfr. 5. 8. 
Matt. 5. 2a. 

( ch. 2a 94. 
Josh. 23. 7. 

xlleh. 12.18, 

V ch. 34. 14 
Deut. 4. '.» ft 
a 16. ,7o«h.24, 
Ul Nah. I. i. 

ic ch. 34. 7. 
Nnni. 14. 18. 
C|.. l>s. 79. 8 
ft 109. 14 ft 
iMi. 65. 6. 7 
ft Jer. 32 II*. 

X Dcut. 5. 26, 

97&iair.. CaL 
3. 19, 20. lleb. 
IS. J!). 

]/ U'T. 19. 12 
Q). Matt. 5. d< 
S5 & James 5. 
U 

< Cp. 1 Sam. 
12.20. 

aC'i).Gcn.22. 
L I>eut. las. 

h Iieut. 4. 10 
ft 6. 2 ft 10. », 
«l. 

c Lev, 19. 8 
n ft 26. 2. See 

oh. 31. 13 17. 

d clu 23 IS 
ft 34. 21 i, 3S. 

a licv. 23. a 

Ltike la 14. 

,- I>CGt.4, 11. 
a S;iui- 22. 10. 

iKiii.H.i- Vt. 

IS- ■-• i 07. _ 



■ 1 1!,. 



nor thy daughter, thy ma 
servant, nor thy maidservai 
nor thy cattle, *nor thy Strang 
that is within thy gates: ^ i 
"in six days the Lord ma 
heaven and earth, the sea, ai 
all that in them is, and rest 
the seventh day: wherefore t 
Lord blessed the sabbath di 
and hallowed it 

'^ 'Honour thy &ther and t' 
mother: •'that thy days may 
long upon the land which t 
Lord tny God giveth thee. 

'8 <Thou shalt ^ SSi kUL*"' 

■•* *Thou shalt not comn 
adulteij. 

15 'Thou shalt not steal 

i« "Thou shalt not bear fiiJ 
witness against thy neighbour 

"^Thou shalt not covet «t 
neighbour's house, 'thou aha 
not covet thy neighbour's wi 
nor his manservant, nor 1 
maidservant, nor his ox, nor 1 
ass, nor any thing that is t 
neighbour's. 

■•^And all the people saw *'t 
tiiunderings, and the lightninj 
and the "^^ of the trumpet, a 
the mountain smoking: ai 
when the people saw it, th 
'^^ and stood afer c 
'° And they said unto Mosi 
'Speak tiiou with us, and ^ 
wiU hear: but let not G 
^peak with us, lest we d 
™ And 'Moses said unto t 
people. Fear not: for God 
come to ""prove you, and *tl] 
his fear may be before yo J^ 
that ye sin not ^ And t 
people stood a&r off, and Mos 
drew near unto 'the thick dax 
ness where God was. 

^ And the Lord said un 
Moses, Thus thou shalt say un 
the children of Israel, Ye '™™*' 



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[Chap. 21, v. 19 



have seen that I have "talked 
with you from heaven. ^^ *Ye 
shall not make "***' ^Sft ^? "•' 
gods of silver, „Sro5SMffee"^\o 
'^'^'S'yr ^An altar of 
earth thou ahalt make unto me, 
and shalt sacrifice thereon thy 
bomt offerings, and thy peace 
offerings, thy sheep, and thine 
oxen: "in "^pfiJS" where I 're- 
cord my name I will come unto 
gJt and I ''will bless thee. 25 And 
'if thou wilt make me an altar of 
stone, 'thou shalt not 'build it 
of hewn *^: for if thou lift 
up thy tool upon it, thou hast 
polluted it ^° Neither shalt 
thou go up by steps unto mine 
altar, that thy nakedness be not 
discovered thereon. 

' Now these are •'the 
21 ^^SSuT which thou shalt 
set before them. 

^ 'If thou buy an Hebrew 
'servant, six years he shall serve: 
and in the seventh he shall go 
out free for nothing. ^ If he 
JSS in *by himself, he shall go 
out by hin^lf : if he J^ married, 
then his wife shall go out with 
him. * If his master h«T?^Ten him 
a wife, and she hm^^tom him sons 
or daughters ; the wife and her 
children shall be her master's, 
and he shall go out by himsel£ 
° ISd 'if the servant 'shall plainly 
say, I love my master, my wife, 
and my children; I will not go 
out free : ® then his master shall 
bring him unto the^S&S'^e shall 
^„ bring him to the door, or 
unto the door post; and lus 
master shall 'oore his ear 
through with an IS^ ; and he 
shall serve him for ever. 

^ And if a man "sell his 
daughter to be a 'maidservant. 



Keli. a in, 

H«b. 12. -i-.. 

ti Cp. c)i, r2. 

SI 

&2Kin. 17. ;o 

t Ezek. 2a a> 

* Zcph. I. & 



c Dent. 12. 

Jfcll 
1*. 23 
la. 6, 11 
*2e.2. 
1 Kin. a 21 
t B. a. 
t Chr. a « 
4 7. ID 
* 12 13. 

Sim e. la 
Nfh. 1.9. 
Ph. 74, 7. 
Jer. 7. 10, 12. 

d Ileut 7. 13. 

« I).:ilt. 27. 5. 
Josh. 8. 'M. 

/I Cor. 7. S. 

Cp. 1 Kin. 
i 17 
t 1 Chr. 22. 2, 

A Gon. 0. 6. 
I«T. 24. 17. 
Num. 35. SO, 
>1. 

Oi>. Matt. 2S. 
K. 

t Deut 19. 

See Num. 35. 



J ch. 24. 3. 
Dcut 4. 14 
ta 1. 

k Num. 35. 
U. 

Dcut 4. 41—43 
4 19. 2. .<!. 
8eo J'mh. 20. 
i-s>. 

I IXrnL 15. 

la 

Jpr. 34. 14. 
8ef I*v. 25 
»— u. 

mSwlKin. 
2. a<-:«. 

nlTim. I.> 
(m«.). 

Dent. 94.1. 
1 Tim. I. IS. 

pcta.as.4 

fDent. 16. 
I«,17. 

rim. sail 
Dtnt. 27. M. 
CiUdlbtt. 
15.4 

& Mark 7. lOi 
Co. Ptot. 2a 



^' 



& 30, IL 

• eh. 22. a, s, 
9Sft mg. for 
rag. 

Cp. Pi. 82.6 
It John 10. K 

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she shall not go out as the men- 
servants da ° If she 'please 
not her master, 'who hath SfiSSS 
her to himself then shall he let 
her be redeemed: to sell her 
unto a strange ^^ he shall have 
no power, seeing he hath dealt 
deoeitfrdly with her. " And if 
he haTfESSthed her unto his son, 
he shall deal with her after the 
manner of daughters. ^° If he 
take him another wife ; her 'food, 
her raiment, and ■'her duty of 
marria^, shall he not diminisL 
" And if he do not these three 
unto her, then shall she go out 
for M^K. without money. 

''^ ^He that smiteth a man, so 
that he die, shall ^^toS vot to 
deatL " And *if a man lie not 
in wait, but God deliver him into 
his hand; then *I will appoint 
thee a place whither he shall 
flee. ■'*^? if a man come pre- 
sumptuously upon his neighbour, 
to slay him with guUe; '"thou 
shalt take him fr^m mine altar, 
that he may die. 

^^And "he that smiteth his 
feither, or his mother, shall be 
surely put to death. 

^^ And "he that stealeth a 
man, and selleth him, or if he 
be found ^in his hand, he shall 
surely be put to death. 

" And 'he that ^'curseth his 
father, or his mother, shall surely 
be put to deatL 

18 And if men rtriSStoSSier. and 
one "Si^t^-'SSothlSf with a stone, or 
with his fist, and he die not, but 
kn'^th his bed : ''^ if he rise agun, 
and walk abroad upon his staff, 
then shall he that smote him be 
quit: only he shall pay for '♦♦the 
loss of his time, and shall cause 
him to be thoroughly healed. 



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^ And if a man smite 'hia 
servant, or his maid, with a rod, 
and he die under his hand ; he 
shall K^^ 'punished. ^ Not- 
withstandhig, if he continue a 
day or two, he shall not be 
punished : for ''he is his money. 

=2-^^" men strive '°««^", and 
hurt a woman with child, so that 
her fruit a^^'^ h^. and yet no 
mischief follow : he shall be 
surely m^Sbed, according as the 
woman's husband ^ lay uncn 
him ; "and he shall pay as "the 
judges determine. *^ ^J if any 
mischief foUow, then thou shalt 
give 'life for life, ** •'^eye for 
eye, tooth for tooth, hand for 
hiand, foot for foot, ^ burning 
for burning, wound for woun^ 
stripe for stripe. 

^^ And if a man smite the eye 
of his servant, or the eye of his 
maid, '^tlf^.t' ; he shall let him 
^o free for ms eye's sake. " And 
if he smite out nis manservant's 
tooth, or his maidservant's tooth; 
he shall let him go free for his 
tooth's sake. 

28 And It ^Q ox goro a man or a 
woman, that they a^tt^x ■^the ox 
shall be surely stoned, and his 
flesh shall notoe eaten ; but the 
owner of the ox shall be quit. 
*®But if the ox were wont to 
P<«h w^hi. horn in time past, and 
it hath been testified to his 
owner, and he hath not kept 
him in, but that he hath killed 
a man or a woman ; the ox shall 
be stoned, and his owner also 
shall be put to death. ^ If 
there be laid on him "a n^tS^, 
then "he shall give for the "SSSSSf" 
of his life whatsoever is laid upon 
him. *■ Whether he have gored 
a son, or have gored a daughter, 
according to this ^f^^i shall it 
be done unto him. ^^ If the ox 



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82.31 
k. Job 31. IL 

< Deal, la 
2L 

/Lev. 24.30. 
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InHeb.] 



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riutS^i, a manservant or a maid- 
servant ; he shall give unto their 
master "thirty shekels of silver, 
and -'the ox shall be stoned. 

^^ And if a man shall open a 
pit, or if a man shall dig a ^1^ and 
not cover it, and an ox or an ass 
fell ttlreta- ^ the owner of the pit 
shall make it ^"ii^'a^ give 
money unto the owner of toS"; 
and the dead beast shsJl be U& 

^ And if one man's ox hurt 
another's, that he die ; then they 
shall sell the live ox, and divide 
the ,£?„%. of it ; and the dead „ 
also they shall divide. ^ Or if 
it be known that the ox iSSi'ESd 
to pDsh in time past, and his owner 
hatih not kept him in; he shaJl 
surely pay ox for Jx; and the 
dead ^"^ shall be his own. 

^ If a man shall steal an 
22 ^^ ^^ * 'sheep, and kill 
it, or sell it ; he shall j^^^ 
five oxen for an ox. and 'four 
sheep for a sheep, ^li^ thief 
be found * breaking ^ and be 
smitten that he die, Hhere shall 
'"SSil'.ISSt'iJSr'forhim. 3 If the 
sun be risen upon him, 'there 

aViall tw bloodsuUtiness f„- him: U^ 
SnaU 6e blood jAmI IO^ him; /or "^ 

should make tan. restitution; if 
he have nothing, then *he shall 
be sold for his theft. * If the 
theft 'be oertainir fooud lu his 
hand alive, whether it be ox, 
or ass, or sheep ; "he shall tSS,^ 
double. 

° If a man shall cause a field 
or vineyard to be eaten, and 
shaU 'A'Sfb^ and ^iiii feed 
in another man's field; of the 
best of his own field, and of the 
best of his own vineyard, shall 
he make restitution. 

° If fire iMeak out, and catch 
in thorns, so that the ^^ of 
com, or the standing com, or 
the field, be consumed 0^«„„^ ; he 



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that kindled the fire shall sorely 
make restitution. 

~ If a man shall deliver unto 
his neighbour money or stuff to 
keep, and it be stolen out of the 
man's house ; if the thief be found, 
'tathto paydouWa « If the thief 
be not found, then the master 
of the house shall gStooSSS «nto 
the'^2^ to »«« whether he have 
'^ put his hand unto his neigh- 
bour's goods. » For Iff'^n'if of 
trespass, whether it be for ox, 
for ass, for sheep, for raiment, 
or for any manner of lost thing, 

whcceof one nith. This li it, i\.a 

which mafKcT <di*lleii«*th to be hii, I^*^ 

cause of both parties shall come 

OeiOre the jodga*; and WHOm the Jwhna 



shall eoS^Th. shaU pay double 
onto his neighbour. 

^° If a man deliver unto his 
neighboor an ass, or an ox, or a 
dheep, or anv beast, to keep; and 
it die, or be hurt, or driven away, 
no man seeing it: " i%«„'^ u 
oadi of the Lobd "^ be be- 
tween them both, "^gS" he 
hath not put his hand unto his 
neighbour s goods; and the owner 
^Iflf* shall accept ^JUjo/, and he 
Hban not make "Sf'jS^"- « Sa 
'if it be stolan from him, he 
shall make restitution onto the 
owner thereof ^ If it be torn 
inmeces, thm let him bring it for 
J^^ 2.j he shall not make good 
that which was torn. 

*♦ And if a man "borrow ^J 
of his neighbour, and it be hurt, 
or die, the owner thereof 8Si,J^ 
with it, he shall surely make 
"rt'i^^ '•jMtt the owner thereof 
be with it, he shall not make it 
good: if it be an hired thing, 'it 
came for i^, hire. 

« And 'if a man entice a ^ 
that is not betrothed, and lie with 
her, he shall surely ^^^^Sf?^" 



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her to be his wife. "If her father 
utterly refuse to give her unto 
him, '^he shall "pay money ac- 
cording to "the dowry of virgins. 

^^ *Thou shalt not suffer a 
«!SSr to live. 

^' ''Whosoever lieth with a 
beast shall surely be put to 
death. 

^•'He that sacrificeth unto 
any god, save unto the Lord 
only, he shall be *utterly de- 
stroyed =" ''nhV**5SSr„'e^ir'^ 
not WTOUg, nsltheT ahalt tbou rtrtriroaa hitn • 
Tex a atnnger, nor uppreas UUU . 

for ve were strangers in the land 
of Egypt *"* Ye shall not afflict 
any widow, or &therless child. 
^ If thou afflict them in any 
wise, and they 'cry at all unto 
me, I will surely -'hear their 
cry ; ^ and my wrath shall wax 
hot, and I will kill you with the 
sword; and *your wives shall 
be widows, and your children 
fotherless. 

^ "If thou lend money to any 
of my people ^^^^\^^- thou 
shalt not be to bun as In'^JS; 
neither .filt'tSSa lay upon him 
usury. 2^ "If thou at all take 
thy neighbour's gKt to pledge, 
thou shalt '^^^ it unto him by 
that the sun goeth down : "" for 
that is his SJSriSnSf: it is his 
f^^ for his skin : wherein shall 
he deep? and it shall come to 
pass, when he 'crieth unto me, 
that I will hear; for I am 
''gracious. 

=» «Thou shalt not revile 
thl'^S^ nor 'curse the ruler of 
thy people. " Thou shalt not 
delay to offer '^^^^^T^y'i^ 
fhiits, and of thy te^, "^ first- 
bom of thy sons shalt thou give 
unto ma ^ ^'Likewise shalt 
thou do with thine oxen, and 
with thy ^eep: 'seven days 






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it shall be with },% dam ; on the 
eighth day thou stu^t give it me. 
^ And *ye shall be holy men 

iintrt ma- theiefore *ye Bhall not ant 
UUW me. neither »haU ye ^'^ 

any flesh that is torn of beasts 
in the field ; ''ye shall cast it to 
the dogs. 

^ 'Thon Shalt not ^^'' 
2^ a f<^e report: put not 

^ thine hand with the 
wicked to be * an unrighteous 
witness. ^ *Thou shalt not fol- 
low a multitude to do evil ; 
neither shalt thou '^ speak in a 
cause to 'XiiS'e^' after - "^'J'«»» 
to wrest ^SnK^: ^*neither shalt 
thou oorStl^Sioe & poor man in his 
causa 

* "If thou meet thine enemy's 
ox or his ass ^oin^ astray, thou 
shalt surely bnng it back to him 
a^aiu. ° u thou see the ass of 
him that hateth thee lying under 
his burden, ''and wouldest for- 
bear to help him, thou shalt 
surely help with him. 

® 'Thou shalt not wrest the 
^S^rat' of thy poor in his cause. 
' "Keep thee far from a fidse 
matter; 'and the innocent and 
righteous slay thou not: for 'I 
wul not justify the wicked. 
^ And "thou shalt take no gift : 
for 'tJ, gift blindeth "'«"',Te^.'***' 
and perverteth the 'words of the 

ri(r>if^niia B ^"^ "* stnnger shalt thou 
ngUieOUS. aim thou ihidt not oppren 

°.°te^: for ye know the "heart 
of a stranger, seeing ye were 
strangers in the land of Egypt 

^° And ^six years thou shsut sow 
thy land, and shalt gather in the 
'f?5itf thereof: " but the seventh 
year thou shalt *let it rest and 
lie 'SitT; that the poor of thy 
people may eat : and what they 
leave the fe of the field shall 
eat. In like manner thou shalt 



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deal with thy vin^ard, and -w 
thy " oliveyard. ""Six days tl 
shalt do thy work, and on 1 
seventh day thou shalt *re 
that thine ox and thine ass ix 
^" rest, and the son of thy hai 
maid, and the stranger, may 
refreshed. ^^And-^in all thii 
that I have said unto you i^ 
TOnu^: and 'make no menti 
of the name of other go 
neither let it be heard oat 
thy moutL 

'>* •> Three times thou sht 
keep a feast unto me in t 

voar 15 '1^' 'oast of nnlesTened tn 
Jfcar. Ti„,a ghalt keep the feast < 

shut thou keep: seTsn days thou ah&lt 
nnlearened bread; (thoo shalt eat unlea^ex 

"S^^tS^Sn^^ as I command 
thee, ^ the time appointed 
the month "/iSlVf" "» »* th 
earnest out from'^5,V: "and no 
shall appear before mo S^ 
^^ and *the feast of harvest, t 
firstfruits of thy labours, whi 
thou hiS'SU in the field: ai 
'the feast of ingathering, »M^i 
the end of the year, when th< 
h.^'i^tb^ in thy labours out 
the field. " >Three times 
the year all thy males slu 
appear before the Lord God. 

^^ "Thou shalt not offer tl 
blood of my sacrifice wi 
leavened bread; neither slu 
the fet of my ffi^aoe remain 
»^" until the morning. ^» 'Tl 
first of the firstfruits of thy «SJ 
thou shalt bring into the hou 
of the Lord thy God. "Thi 
shalt not seethe a kid in 
mother's milk. 

20 'Behold, I send an jg 
before thee, to keep thee ^ tl 
way, and to bring tnee into tl 
place which I nave prepare 
^ ™S,5L^'^ of him, and^g^y" 
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[Chap. 24, v. 9 



"he will not pardon yonr SS^JJJ 
^Si: for my name is in hun. 
^ But if thou shalt indeed 
»— *St""° his voice, and do all 
that I speak ; then "I will be an 
enemy unto thine enemies, and 
'an adversary unto thine ad- 
versaries. '^ For 'mine 5^, 
shall go before thee, and bring 
thee in ■''unto the ^^^ and the 
^^ and the /SlS'tS. and the 
cSSSl*^ the S';?^ and the 
je^^: and I will cut them off 
**Thou shalt not *bow down to 
their gods, nor serve them, -^nor 
do after their works : but 'thou 
dialt utterly overthrow them, 

*na ™it« break down tnCU* i^ea. 

^ And ye "shall serve the Lord 
your God, and "he shall bless 
thy bread, and thy water; and 
<I will take sickness away from 
the midst of thee. '» 'There 
shall „3SS^ cast thSr young, nor 
be barren, ui thy land: *'the 
number of thy days I will fiilfiL 
" I will send "my fST before 
thee, and "will -^SS^* all the 
people to whom thou shalt 
come, and I will make all thine 
enemies turn their ^ backs unto 
thee ^ And "I will send 
•"£,^2* before thee, which shall 
drive ont the Hivite, the Ca- 
naanite, and the Hittite, from 
before thee. ^ "I will not drive 
them ont from before thee in 
one year; lest the land become 
desoute, and the beast of the 
field multiply against thee. 
«> By little and little I will 
drive them out from before thee, 
until thou be increased, and in- 
herit the land. ^ And "I will 
set thy £S2£ from the Red ^ 
even unto the sea of the Philis- 
tines, and from the "*&*" unto 
'<he S^: for ''I will deliver the 
iiJiabitants of the land into your 



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& 1 1. 31. 
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hand ; and thou shalt drive them 
out before thee. ^^ *Thou shalt 
make no covenant with them, 
nor with their gods. ^ They 
shall not dwell in thy land, lest 
they make thee sin against me: 
for if thou serve their gods, ''it 
will surely be a snare unto thea 
■■ And he said unto Mo- 
^■A Bes, Come up unto the 
■ Lord, thou, and Aaron, 
^Nadal^ and Abihu, and ^seventy 
of the elders of Israel ; and wor- 
ship ye afar ^; " jgj Moses 
*alone shall come near ""'*' the 
i25S; but they shall not come 
^ ; neither shall the people go 
up with him. ^ And Moses came 
and told the people all the words 
of the Lord, and *all the f^ 
SStS: and all the people answered 
with one voice, and said, 'All the 
words which the Lord hath "^1° 
will we do. *And 'Moses wrote 
all the words of the Lord, and 
rose up early in the morning, 
and builded an altar under the 
"hSiJ'' and twelve "pillars, accord- 
ing to the twelve tribes of Israel 
^ And he sent young men of the 
children of Israel, which oflFered 
burnt offerings, and sacrificed 
peace offerings of oxen unto the 
Lord. ° And 'Moses took half 
of the blood, and put it in basons ; 
and half of the blood he sprinkled 
on the altar. ' And he took the 
book of the covenant, and read 
in the audience of the people: 
and they said, 'All that the 
Lord hath 'Sir will we do, 
and be obedient ^ *And Mo- 
ses took the blood, and sprinkled 
it on the people, and said. Be- 
hold the blood of the covenant, 
which the Lord hath made with 
you 'concerning all these words. 
^ Then 'went up Moses, and 



Aaron, Nadab, and Abihu, *and 



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seventy of the elders of Israel: 
'" and "they saw the God of 
SSSi aJid there was under his 
feet as it were 'a paved work of'a 
''sapphire stone, and as it were 
the biJ^of heaven !„'"{, clearness. 
" And upon the nobles of the 
children of Israel he laid not his 
hand: ^^ thev '^i^" God, and 
''did eat and drink. 

'" And the Lord said unto 
Moses, 'Come up to me into the 
mount, and be there: and I will 
give thee '"" tables of stone, and 

a law, ai'U oommaodmenta "IlUyU 1 

have JrittS*! that tiiou mayest 
teach them. ^^ And Moses rose 
up, and '^&*SSiSilr'3ll1S:: and Mo- 
ses went up 'into the mount of 
God. ^ And he said imto the 
elders, Tarry ye here for us, 
until we come again unto you: 
and, behold, Aaron and "Hur 
are with you : « ^^-^^hiif^^y 
inatteS'to'do. l©t him come "•" unto 
them. ^ And Moses went up 
into the mount, and '^* cloud 
covered the mount '^ And "the 
glory of the Lord abode upon 
mount Sinai, and the cloud 
covered it six days: and the 
seventh day he called unto Mo- 
ses out of the midst of the cloud. 
" And the '•"SlSr' of the glory 
of the Lord was like ^devouring 
fire on the top of the mount in 
the eyes of the children of Israel. 
^° And Moses "^^^ into the midst 
of the cloud, and aT'htei up into 
the mount: and "Moses was in 
the mount forty days and forty 
nights. 

'' And the Lord spake un- 

2^ to Moses, saying, ^ "Speak 

*^ unto the children of Israel, 

that they '^fiS' me an '♦offering : 

llr\f a^aytr man whoee heait maketh him 

»'oi every man ihatgiTethitwuiingiy with 
iJ/gJJIt ye shall take my 'offering. 



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^ And this is the 'offering which 
ye shall take of them ; gold, and 
silver, and ^S,' * and *blue, and 

Surple, and scarlet, and '^'fine 
nen, and goats' A^lp 5 juj,j epamg' 
skuis dyed red, and ud^'^U 
and .ISSSi'w^ ^■'oil for the Ught, 
'spices for ""* anointing oil, and 
for "" ''sweet {S^S^' ^ "onyx 
stones, and stones to be "ShiS^ 
the *ephod, and 'S the breast- 
plate. ° And let them make me 
"*a sanctuary ; that "I may dwell 
among them. ^ ^AocorcUng to 
sdl that I shew thee, ajta- the 
pattern of the ''tabernacle, and 
the pattern of all the bSt™'me?ui 
thereof, even so shall ye make it. 
^° And 'they shall make an 
ark of ^S^ wood: two cubits 
and a half shall be the length 
thereof, and a cubit and a half 
the breadth thereof, and a cubit 
and a half the height thereoC 
" And thou shalt overlay it with 
piu^ gold, within and without 
shalt thou overlay it, and shalt 
make upon it a '*crown of gold 
round about ^' And thou shale 
cast four rings of gold for it, and 
put them "in the four J^m there- 
of; and two rings shall be ?; the 
one 'side of it, and two rings ^ 
the other 'side of it ^^ And thou 
shalt make staves of ,'^J^ wood, 
and overlay them with gold. 
^ And thou shalt put the staves 
into the rings g° the sides of the 

n.r1r .. . *" ^'^*' ^b ark vithal. 

<"'^> that the ark may be borne with them. 

^^ The ^staves shall be in the 
rings of the ark: they shall not 
be taken from it ■•* "And thou 
shalt put into the ark ''the testi- 
mony which I shall give thee. 
" And •''thou shalt make a 'SIJ^ 
St of pure gold: two cubits and 
a haiiahaUbe the length there- 
of, and a cubit and a half tbe 



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EXODUS 



[Chap. 25, v. 39 



lH«adth thereo£ ^" And thou 
Shalt make two ^^SS^, of |S!1' of 
''beaten work shalt thou make 
tiiem, JS the two ends of the '^^ 
St '* And make one cherub ^ 
Ae one end, and the°Sther cherub 
•» the other end: "°' °sy*^ *** 
the SS^^Su shall ye make the 
^e^& on the two ends thereof 
20 And 'the e'SSSSiS shall JgSSt 
,^ their wings on high, covering 
the SSSrtSi with their wings, ^f 
their fctces ,,^01 toot one to another ; 
toward the SIJ?1^ shaU the faces 
of the ^^b»l'S be. 21 And nhou 
shalt put the S^ISt above upon 
the ark; and *in the ark thou 
shalt put the testimony that I 
shall give thee. 22 ^nd 'there 
I will meet with tiiee, and I will 
commune with thee from above 
the SS^'^ from ^between the 
two ^^ which are upon the 
ark of the testimony, of all things 
which I will give thee in com- 
mandment unto the children of 
Israel 

^ ThS. *iSZt'S^ make a table of 
ISI^ wood: two cubits shaU be 
the length thereof^ and a cubit 
the breadth thereof, and a cubit 
and a half the height thereof 
** And thou shalt overlay it with 
pure gold, and make thereto a 
'crown of gold round about 
^ And thou shalt make unto it 
a border of an ^/^"fe round 
about^ and thou ^alt make a 
golden crown to the border 
thereof round about ^e ^nd 
thou shalt make for it four 
rings of gold, and put the rings 
in the four comers that are on 
the four feet thereof " cto« 
ai^Sirt the border shall the rings 
^ for 'places 'S the staves to 
bear the table, ^s ^nd thou 
ebait make the staves of ,'1^^ 



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wood, and overlay them with 
gold, that the table may be 
borne with them. ^9 ^nd thou 
shalt make ''the dishes thereof, 
and ""SpS^r thereof, and "•?o'J^- 
thereof, and ""gJ^SJ^ thereof, 'to 
"^i;*?* withal : of pure gold shalt 
thou make them. ^ And thou 
shalt set upon the table '''shew- 
bread before me alway. 

^ -^And thou shaft make a 
candlestick of pure gold : of 
'beaten work shall the candle- 

atint Via made, even ita <liue, anti it* 
SraCE DO nude: his shaft, aUQ u, 

br^U. '£5."=gS5i.!''h., knope, and ^ 
flowers, shaU be 'of «"»• fin,S? "= 

82 and there ^shaU be g^ braOCheS 

dJff^e out of the sides *Sf1?'; 
three branches of the candlestick 
out of the one side""""', and three 
branches of the candlestick out 
of the other side "'"'~': ^ three 

<!op* mar\a lito almond-bloaaoDU in one 
bowls maue UKB „nto »lmond«, mth 

branch, a knop and a flower . onH fhrvxt 
a knop and a flower in one branch > a*'" llirco 

^^ made like •^^iST"' in the 
other branch, „^ a knop and a 
flower: so 'ff the six branches 

going fy,,f fyC i\.f. candleitick: 34 and 
th£ come OUt OI me candleeUcIc And 

in the candlestick oiaiibe four ^^ 

mo/lo Itto almond-blossoms, the 

maue line nnto almonds, wUk. their 

Imnna thereof, anii the flowers thereof: 

KnopS ana their flowers. 

^ And th^^OmU be »■ falOp Uudor tWO 

branches 'of "-filflS'^"' and a 
knop under two branches 'of 
°"&'hl^i?'"' and a knop under two 
branches 'of Si'^lSf ^Jig"?, the 
six branches tha#^!e«i out of the 
candlestick. ^° Their knops and 
their branches shall be of ^J 
'*^^:'ih'^J!^'^ " one 'beaten 
work of pure gold. ^ And thou 
shalt make the ^S!^SS\iS^: 
and "they shall "'light the lamps 
thereof, that tk^ may give light over 
against *it. ^ And the tongs 
thereof, and the snufidishes 
thereof, shall be of pure gold. 
^ Of a talent of pure gold shall 



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EXODUS 



[Chap. 26, v. 21 



he'Sakelt with all thesc vessels. 
*° And j5Sk that thou make 
them after their pattern, 'which 
hathbeen ghewed thec iu the mount 
^ ■• Moreover *thou shalt 
20 ™^@ the "tabernacle with 
ten ?SuiS' of •'fine twined 
linen, and blue, and purple, and 

scarlet, urifTi cherubim the work 'of the 
acsrlet: "iLll cherublma tof 

'"SSiSW^^SSr' Shalt thou make 
them. 2 The length of ^ cur- 
tain shall be eight and twenty 
cubits, and the breadth of ^ 

curtain four cubits: and evJS one oC 

the curtains shall have one 
measure. ^ T^e'™ve curtains shall 
be coupled together one to an- 
other ; and *** other five curtains 
shall be coupled one to another. 
* And thou shalt make loops of 
blue upon the edge of the one 
curtain 'from ihe selvedge in 
the coupling ; and likewise shalt 
thou make in the 'X^^'^r 

thmt la ontmoat i„ fl>A second 'coapling. 
another curtain, "' ""^ oonpUng of the aecond. 

^ Fifty loops shalt thou make in 
the one curtain, and fifty loops 
shalt thou make in the edge 
of the curtain that is in the 

-'^J'f''t^e"SSSfrf, thM the loops 

Sa-y tike°''SSid' One ^ another. 
8 And thou shalt make fifty SSS 
of gold, and couple the curtains 
"""^thS^" with the 2SS: and 

the tsbemacle alutll be one. 7 And tlinii 
It shall be one tabernacle. -t^UU LUUU 

shalt make ^'curtains of goats' 
hair u, i!eVcon°eJii''1fpon the taber- 
nacle: eleven curtains shalt 
thou make *""". " The length 
of ?S? curtain shall be th&ty 
cubits, and the breadth of ^° 
curtain four cubits: ^d tiiie 
eleven curtains ^Sfje'Sa'of one 
measure. ° And thou shalt 
couple five curttuns by them- 
selves, and six curtains by them- 
selves, and shalt double °^ the 
sixth curtain in the forefront of 



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the ta^SSicie. ^°And thou shalt 
make fifty loojae on the edge of 
the one curtam that is outmost 
in the 'coupling, and fifty loops 
°{J° the edge of the ciutain which 
"S^ldSu.*" the second "»»i>"«w, 
^^ And thou shalt make fifty 
ass of brass, and put the S^S 
into the loops, and couple the 
'tent together, that it may be 
ona « And the '""^''iSt'^ 
that remaineth of the curtains 
of the tent, the half curtain that 
remaineth, shall hang over the 
bJ^de of the tabernacle. '^ And 
*^ cubit on the one side, and 'i* 
cubit on the other ;!d|- *of that 
which remaineth in the length 
of the curtains of the tent, ^ 
shall hang over the sides of the 
tabernacle on this side and on 
that side, to cover it ^ *And 
tiiou shalt make a covering for 
the tent of -^rams* ^ns dyed red, 
and a covering ^^vi'^SSS^lIS-. 

'" And thou shalt make "•" 
boards for the tabernacle of 
^^ra'^ Standing up. ^o t^^ 
cubits shall be the length of a 
board, and a cubit and a half 
rtoH 6, the breadth of ^ board. 
" Two "tenons shall there be in 
«S? board, .^'^orfer one JSr^ an- 
other : thus shalt thou make for 
all the boards of the tabernacle. 
^° And thou shalt make the 
boards for the tabernacle, twenty 
boards ^ the south side south- 
ward. ^° And thou shalt make 
forty sockets of silver under the 
twenty boards; two sockets 
under one boKard for ^ two 
tenons, and two sockets under 
another board for Lf, two SSSS: 
^ £d for the second side of 
the ggSSSd? on the north S^J 
oiereihauhe twcuty boards : 2* and 
their forty sockets of silver ; 



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EXODUS 



[Chap. 27, v. 6 



two sockets tinder one board, 
and two sockets under another 
board. 22 ^^ for the ""^'Saf^ 
of the tabernacle westward thou 
shalt make six boards. ^ And 
two boards shalt thou make for 
the comers of the tabernacle in 
the 'i'^^^ =* And they shaU 
be •coopM uvetber beneath, and they 

Bks nasner tber ihall be entire uoto the top 
■hull be ooopled together abore the head 

'^flf unto 'one ring: thus shall 
it be for them both ; they shall 
be for the two comers. ^^ And 
^ shall be eight boards, and 
their sockets of silver, sixteen 
sockets; two sockets under one 
board, and two sockets under 
another board. ^° And thou 
shalt make bars of J^t^ wood; 
five for the boards of the one 
side of the tabernacle, ^ and 
five bars for the boards of the 
other side of the tabernacle, 
and five bars for the boards of 
the side of the tabernacle, for 
the '^riSS' westward, ^a j^^ 
the middle bar in the midst of 
the boards shall "^.^^^ from 
end to end. ^ And thou shalt 
overlay the boards with gold, 
and make their rings of gold for 
'places for the bars: and thou 
snalt overlay the bars with gold. 
^ And thou shalt rear up the 
tabernacle * according to the 
&8hion thereof which ^%^ 
shewed thee in the mount 

^ And "thou shalt make a ^Su of 
blue, and purple, and scarlet, and 
"finetwinedUnenofonnningwork: with 

eboataim the work 'of tiie cunning workman 
ciierabinu 

shall it be made: ^^ and thou 
ahalt hang it upon four pillars 
of aailS^wccd overlaid with fSiJ. 
their hooks shaU be of gold, 
opoin the four sockets of silver. 
^And thou shalt hang up the 

■f^ under the tache^T^'thon mayeat 

bring in thither within "the ^| 



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"the ark of the testimony: and 
the ^ shall divide unto you be- 
tween the holy place and the 
most holy. ** And *thou shalt 
put the SlS^tSt upon the ark of 
the testimony in the most holy 
placa ^° And "thou shalt set 
the table without the ^|; and 
''the candlestick over against 
the table on the side of the 
tabernacle toward the south: 
and thou shalt put the table on 
the north side. ^ And thou 
shalt make i^'ffiSSg for the door 
of the "t^Si: ■''of blue, and purple, 
and scarlet, and "fine twined 

linon the work of the embroiderer. 37 And 
Unen, wrought with needlework. ^">U 

thou shalt make for the ^^^ 
five pillars of Mw^^Sood and over- 
lay them with mfS! okd their hooks 
b1»11 be of gold: and thou shalt 
castfive sockets of brass for them. 
^ And thou shalt make 
27 '" altar of ^SS'Si wood, 
• five cubits long, and five 
cubits broad; the altar shall 
be foursquare: and the height 
thereof shall be three cubits. 
^ And thou shalt make *the 
horns of it upon the four comers 
thereof: "■• SfhoSr"* shall be of 
""SriiJSe"' ": and ^thou shalt 
overlay it with brass. ' And 
thou shalt make ^U ^ to «^;r 
!£ ashes, and £t| shovels, and ^ 
basons, and ^^ 'fleshhooks, and 
t^ firepans: all the vessels there- 
of thou shalt make of brass. 
* And thou shalt make for it a 
^•^ of network of brass; and 
upon the net shalt thou make 
four brasen rings in the four 
'comers thereof ^ And thou 
shalt put it under the '^p£"S? 
the altar beneath, that the net 
may be ^i^^Vi^SSt of the altar. 
° And thou shalt make staves 
for the altar, staves of ^i 
wood, and overlay them with 



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EXODUS 



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brass. ' And the staves "'"*°' 
shall be put into the rinss, and 
the staves shall be npon the two 
'sides of the altar, \*t^ it 
8 Hollow with ^^ Shalt thou 
make it: "as *it ''»'*J2»™ shewed 
thee in the mount, so shall they 
make it. 

^ And ^thou shalt make the 
court of the tabernacle : for the 
south side southward there shall 
be hangings for the court of fine 
twined linen of an hundred cubits 
long for one side: ^° and the 

pUlMB^thereof ^.hMl^be^wenty. ^nd their 

twon'S^'SSa.eMl: 6. of brass; the 
hooks of the pillars and their 
fillets shall be of silver. '^ And 
likewise for the north side in 
length there shall be hangings 
of an hundred cubits long, and 

th« piUara thereof twenty, nnH tlif^ii. nclieti 
Tile twenty plllOT aUQ ineUT twenty 

^dkeli of brass; the hooks of the 

giUars and their fillets of silver. 
• And for the breadth of the 
court on the west side shall be 
hangings of fiftv cubits: their 
pilws ten, and their sockets 
ten. '^ And the breadth of the 
court on the east side eastward 
shall be fifty cubita ^ The 
hangings ""o/n^ one side qf the 
gate slmll be fifteen cubits: their 
piUars three, and their sockets 
three. ^^ And ^ the other side 
shall be hanginp "* fifteen cu- 
bits: their piluirs three, and 
their sockets three. ''® And for 
the gate of the court shall be 
w hSIiSg of twenty cubits, of blue, 
and purple, and scarlet, and fine 
twined linen, „„*5|hrSfth°'nJSSi^rk: 
•"^Sa"' their pillars ^m u four, 
and their sockets four, " All 

tVio nillara <>' ')>* oonrt round about a>>o11 
CnepmarS round about the court BOaU 

befilletedwithsilver; their hooks 
ouM u of silver, and their sockets 
of brass. ^^ The length of the 
court shall be an hundred cu- 



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bits, and the breadth ^fifty every 
where, and the height five ™K^ 
of fine twined linen, and their 
sockets of brass. '^ All the 
'"'SSfs'"' of the tabernacle in all 
the service thereof, and all the 
pins thereof and all the pins of 
the court, shall be of brass. 

^ And 'thou shalt command 
the children of Israel, that they 
bring "*» thee pure S!IXe beaten 
for the light, 'to cause the lamp 
»to bum "^^f^- 21 In the 

'tent of meeting, e-uritVimif 

tabernacle of the congregation wiiuout 

the Itli which is before the testi- 
mony, -^ Aaron and his sons shall 
order it from evening to morn- 
ing before the Lord: it shall be 
»a 'statute for ever "^^°»» their 
generations 'on the behidf of the 
children of Israel 

_ 1 Anri bring thou near imlvv 

Q -^^ take thou UnW> 

2o t"^^® Aaron thy brother, 
and his sons with him, 
from among the children of Is- 
rael, that he may minister unto 
me in the priest's oflSce, even 
Aaron, *Nadab and Abihu, Ele- 
azar and Ithamar, Aaron's sons. 
'^ And •'thou shalt make holy 
garments for Aaron thy SiSthCT 
for glory and for beauty. ^ And 
thou shalt speak unto all that 
are 'wise hearted, whom I have 
filled with the spirit of wisdom, 
that they nuy make Aaron's gar- 
ments to oSS32ISte him, Uiat he 
may minister unto me in the 
priest's ofiice. * And these are 
the garments which they shall 
make; "a breastplate, and "an 
ephod, and "a robe, and ^a 

"".^dfra-S.r''- "a 'mitre, and 
''a girdle: and they shall make 
holy garments for Aaron thy 
brother, and his sons, that he 
may minister unto me in the 
priest's offica ' And they shall 
take **■" gold, and "■" blue, and 



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EXODUS 



[Chap. 28, v. 27 



*"" porple, and *^ scarlet, and "* 
fine linen. 

'And they shall make the 
ephod of gold, of blue, and ^ 
, ^scarlet, and fine twined 



purpl^ 
unen, "" 



men, *^ "Siu,"' "" cunning ^^S^ 
"* It shall have the two snoulder- 
pieoes thereof joined iS the two 
S^ thereof; ^^^^^.tSa, be 
joined together. ° And "the 

cminiiiglr woren band, nrViinli {o 

•curiom gtrile of the ephod, WniCU 18 
TiTvnn ii to 8^ it oo withal, shall be like 
upon 11^ .ban be of the aame, aooording to 
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of gold, of bine, and purple, and 
scarlet, and fine twuied linen. 
* And thou shalt take two 'onyx 
stones, 9sA grave on them vaa 
names of the children of Israel: 
*• six of their names on "" one 

atrtno a-nA the name* of the dx that ramalii 
BlOne, ana tAeoUuralz names of the rest 

on the other stone, according to 
their birth. '^ ''With the work 
of an engraver in stone, like the 
engravings of a signet, shalt thou 
engrave the two "«'1fc„J£»Jit8* *" 
the names of the children of 
Israel: thou shalt make them 
to be ""^Sr* in ouches of gold. 
^ And thou shalt put the two 
stones upon the '*K?eS" of the 
«t^V* stones of memorial ^ 
the children of Israel: and 
'Aaron shall bear their names 
before the Lord upon lus two 
shoulders -^for a memorial 

^ And thou shalt make ouches 
of l^- ^ and two chains of pure 

nSd: like corda shalt thoo make them, of 
(out at the ends; of wnathen work (halt thou 
wieatltaa work: a-nA thoa shalt put ft,A 

make them, iUlU fasten \Ma 

wreathen chains tS the ouches. 
^ 'And thou shalt make the 
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„-nent with cunnlnk 

anln^ «*»«.; like 4^6 WOrk of 

the ephod thou shalt make it; 
of gold, of blue, and ^f purple, 
and ^ scarlet, and „, fine twined 
linen, shalt thou make it ^^Four- 
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span shall be the length thereof 
and a span am u the breadth 
thereof "" *And thou shalt 'set 
in it settings of stones, «,„„ four 
rows of stones: vu,Ar^^^te% 
''sardius, . topaz, and .'S^&SSS!?: 
A&^lStt. the first ^! « JS^ the 
second row ouui be an 'emerald, a 
sapphire; and a 'iliSSSt '" ^ 
the third row a '^^ an agate, 
and an :^}^- 20 jg^ the fourth 
row a 'ber}% and an *onyx, and 
a jasper: they shall be •"'SS** in 
gold in their .ff^^Zis. " ^And 
the stones shall be ""^^ *^ the 
names of the children of Israel, 
twelve, according to their ^^' 
like the engravings of a ^^. 
every one •""^'Sf *^ his SSS? ^ 

they'bfa^'ng to the twclvo trfbeS. 

^ And thou shalt make upon 
the breastplate chams a't^S°J^ 
of wr^then work of pure gold. 
^ And thou shalt make upon 
the breastplate two rings of 
gold, and shalt put the two 
rings on the two ends of the 
breastplate. **And thou shalt 
put the two wreathen chains of 
gold ^ the two rings «AWi»J„ „„ 
the ends of the breastplate. 
^ And the other two ends of 
the two wreathen chains thou 
shalt f^ton°?n the two ouches, and 
put them on the shoulderpieces 

nf tho ephod. In the forepart thaieoC 
OT ine ephod before IL 

^ And thou shalt make two 
rings of gold, and thou shalt 
put them upon the two ends of 
the "^r^ ra.e"S,;3^ thereof, 
which is '"^ the side of the 
ephod inward. " And "^^^ 
anS^'^^^Jt'li^ and Shalt 



put them on the two "^SS'"" 
of the ephod underneath, toiSni 
the forepart thereof, orS^tgiuLt 
the Mer coupling thereof, above 
*the '^^^°^^ of the ephod. 



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^ And they shall bind the breast- 
plate by the rings thereof unto 
the rings of the ephod mih a 
lace of olue, that it nuty be ^^ 
"^ SJaV^.**"" of the ephod, 
and that the breastplate be not 
loosed from the ephod. ^ 'And 
Aaron shall bear the names of 
the children of Israel in the 
breastplate of 'f^^i upon his 
heart, when he goetii in unto 
the holy place, 'for a memorial 
before the Lord continually. 
^ And -^thou sbalt put in the 
breastphite of i,»H^^ 'the Urim 
and the Thunmum; and they 
shall be upon Aaron's heart, 
when he goeth in before the 
Lord: and Aaron shall bear 
the 'fXS^i of the children of 
Israel upon his heart before the 
Lord continually. 

^^ '^And thou shalt make the 
robe of the ephod all of blue. 

32 And th'l shall fe"„» hole 'ff ^ 
top ot*it in the midst thereof: it 
shall have a binding of woven 
work round about the hole of 
it as it were the hole of * 2^ 
iSL^^ that it be not rent 

33 And un«M. upon the S^S of it 
thou shalt make pomegranates 
of blue, and of purple, and of 
scarlet, round about the ^1? 
thereof; and bells of gold be- 
tween them round about : 3* a 
golden bell and a pomegranate, 
a golden bell and a pomegranate, 
upon the 'j^ of the robe round 
about 35 TO^nd it shall be 
upon Aaron to minister: and 
"" EiS^uDcT"' shall be heard when 
he goeth in unto the holy place 
before the Lord, and when he 
Cometh out, that he die not 

33 And thou shalt make ^a 
plate of pure gold, and grave 
upon it, like the engravings of 



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37 And thou shalt put it on a 
'^a?'i^%iS*it".^ be upon the 
'mitre; upon the forefront of 
the 'mitre it shall be. 3s ^(j 
it shall be upon Aaron's fore- 
head, JS?t Aaron "^ ''bear the 
iniquity of the holy things, 
which the children of Israel 
shall hallow in all their holy 
gifts; and it shall be always 
upon his forehead, that they 
may be accepted before the 
Lord. 39 And thou shalt e.^TI„ 
the coat *" «'^°" '""' of *fine 
linen, and thou shalt nuike the 
'mitre of *fine linen, and thou 
shalt make • «'""tLe"SX V '^ 
tSSSiSSS; "^ 'And for Aaron's 
sons thou shalt make coats, and 
thou shalt make for them girdles, 
and ^jS^^^ shalt thou make for 
them, »for glory and for beauty. 
** And thou shalt put them upon 
Aaron thy brother, and "■*" his 
sons with him ; and shalt -'anoint 
them, and '♦*consecrate them, 
and sanctify them, that they 
may minister unto me in the 
priest's office. ** And thou 
shalt make iliem 'linen breeches 
to cover "» Ji** o* Hheir naked- 
ness; from the loins even unto 
the thighs they shall * reach: 
^ and they shall be upon Aaron, 
and upon his sons, when they 
oS, in unto the u*««ide'"of°th. ooo- 
^^"oD. or when they come near 
unto the altar to minister in the 
holy place ; that they "beai- not 
iniquity, and die : °it shall be a 
statute for ever unto him and 
""*<» his seed after him. 

^ And this is the thing 

2Q that thou shalt do unto 

^ them to hallow them, to 

minister unto me in the priest's 

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and two rams without blemish, 

2 and 'nnleavened bread, and 
cakes unleavened ^il'^ with 
oil, and wafers imleavened an- 
ointed with oil: of ""^ wheaten 
flour shalt thou make them. 

3 And thou shalt put them into 
one basket, and bring them in 
the basket, with the bullock and 
the two rams. ^ And Aaron and 
his sons thou shalt bring unto the 

door of the Ub«nui3e o?the%nwt«»tloii. 

and 'shalt wash them with water. 
^ And -^thou shalt take the gar- 
ments, and put upon Aaron the 
coat, and the robe of the ephod, 
and the ephod, and the breast- 
plate, and gird him with '^the 
'T^lgJ.r'Srtu of the ephod: 
• *and thou shalt SSt the mitre 
upon bis head, and put the holy 
crown upon the 'mitre. ^ Then 
shalt thou take *the anointing 
oil, and pour it upon his head, 
and anomt him. ° And "*thou 
shalt bring his sons, and put 
coats npon them. ° And thou 
shalt gird them with "girdles, 
Aaron and his sons, and 'Jlt^e 

headtlns »« 4liAm • onH 'ther abdl have 
boooeta OU Uiem. aUQ theprierfi offloo 

^jfS^agJiS a perpetual sta- 
tute: and thou shalt ^^ consecrate 
Aaron and his son& ^° And thou 
Shalt «^ i^SSiS &\!rU«ht before 

fha tot of meetinc . anH 

Uie talMraicle ot the oongngaUon • aUQ 

^Aaron and his sons shall JjSt 
their hands upon the head of 
the bullock. ^ And thou shalt 
kin the bullock before the Lord, 
Si the door of the ui»™S?'o?'th.oon- 
SS^ ^'^ -^d thou 'shalt take 
of the blood of the bullock, and 
pot it upon 'the horns of ihe 
ahar with thy te' and '^ "^^ 
pour "^ all theblood be^de the 
tJSSSm of the altar. ^^ And thou 
shalt take all "the M that 
covereth the inwards, and 'the 



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caul ttaj°^boTe the liver, and the 
two kidneys, and the &A that is 
upon them, and bum them upon 
the altar. ^ But the flesh of the 
buUock, and ^ skin, and ^^ dung, 
shalt thou bum with fire 'with- 
out the camp : °it is a 'sin offer- 
ing. '^ ''Thou shalt also take 
"" one ram ; 'and Aaron and his 
sons shall p/t their hands upon 
the head of the ram. ^° And 
thou shalt slay the ram, and 
thou shalt take hu blood, and 
sprinkle it round about upon 
the altar. ^^ And thou shalt 
'cut the ram '"to"' pieces, and 
wash the ,'„»"wiSSr^hinu and ffi leg^ 
and put them uZtS'hta pieces, and 
••^g t head. ^^ And thou shalt 
bum the whole ram upon the 
altar : it is a burnt offering unto 
the Lord: it is ^a sweet savour, 
an offering made by fire unto 
the Lord. ^° 'And thou shalt 
take the other ram ; 'and Aaron 
and his sons shall p^i their 
hands upon the head of the 
ram, 2° Then shalt thou kill 
the ram, and take of ^ blood, 
and put it upon the tip of the 
right ear of Aaron, and upon 
the tip of the right ear of his 
sons, and upon the thumb of 
Uieir right hand, and upon the 
great toe of their right foot, and 
sprinkle the blood upon the altar 
round about ^ And thou shalt 
take of the blood that is upon 
the altar, and of 'the anointing 
oil, and sprinkle it upon Aaron, 
and upon his garments, and upon 
his sons, and upon the garments 
of his sons with him: and he 
shall be hallowed, and his gar- 
ments, and his sons, and his sons' 
garments with him. ^ Also thou 
shalt take of the ram the {^ and 
the '*U^ "and the fet that 



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covereth the inwards, and the 
caul a^ the liver, and the two 
kidneys, and the h,t that is 
upon them, and the right ,iiSS«; 
for it is a ram of 'consecration : 
^ and "one loaf of bread, and 
one cake of oiled bread, and 
one ^"- out of the basket of th, 
imleavened bread that is before 
the Lord: ^* and thou shalt put 
the "iote »po« the hands of Aaron, 
and "^^ the hands of his sons; 
and shalt '-^wave them for a 
wave offering before the Lord. 
25 *And thou shalt ^^ them 
'„[" their hands, and bum them 
„S5„ the altar °'g?i^" burnt offer- 
ing, 'for a sweet savour be- 
fore the Lord: it is an offering 
made by fire unto the Lord. 
28 And thou shalt take *the 
breast of tht^'on^i-. conse- 
cration, and ""wave it for a wave 
offering before the Lord: and 
it shall be thy ^^ " And 
thou shalt sanctify "the breast 
of the "wave offering, and the 
^^^„ of the «heave offering, 
which is waved, and which is 
heaved up, of the ram 'of the 
consecration, even of that which 
is for Aaron, and of that which 
is for his sons: ^ and it shaU 

Vw» for Aaron on<1 Viia ■on» '»« » due 
D© Aaron'a *"*! "^ aorut by a atatate 

for ever from the children of 
Israel: for it is an 'heave offer- 
ing: and it shall be an 'heave 
ofiering from the children of Is- 
rael of the ^^S of their peace 
offerings, even their heave of- 
fering unto the Lord. ^ And 
the noly garments of Aaron 
"shall be "'£i.''»Sr after him, to 
be anomted uimlSl' "and to be 
consecrated '" +ii«»m so »sevi 



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of tht S^tk» to minister in the 
holy mace. °^ And thou shaJt 
take tne ram of the consecration, 
and "seethe h% A^h in tgg holy 
plac& ^2 ^qJ Aaron and his 
sons shall eat the flesh of the 
ram, and ''the bread that is in 
the basket, ^ the door of the 

t«Qt of .meeting. 33 eAnrl 

tabernacle of the congregation. .tuiti 

they shall eat those things 
wherewith the atonement was 
made, to consecrate and to 
sanctify them: but ''a stranger 
shall not eat thereof, because 
they are holy. ^ And if ;S|ht of 
the flesh of the ^^I^Vo'S. or of 
the bread, remain imto the 
morning, then ■'thou shalt bum 
the remainder with fire : it shall 
not be eaten, because it is holy. 
^5 And thus shalt tiiou do unto 
Aaron, and to his sons, accord- 
ing to all fti,^S»4hioh I have com- 
manded thee: "seven days shalt 
thou consecrate them. ^^ ^<j 

eyery day ahalt thou olTer »tho hllllnrk 
thou ahalt offer eveiy day a uuiiu«./». 

/„?', sin offering for atonement: 
and thou shalt cleanse the altar, 
when thou hart°S an atonement 
for It; ""and thou shalt anoint it, 
to sanctify it. " Seven days 
thou shalt make „, atonement 
for the altar, and sanctify It! 'and 
i^^^'^^ most fig|j;| »«'what- 
Boever toucheth the altar shall 
be holy. 

^ Now this is that which thou 
shalt offer upon the altar ; "two 
lamba of the first year "day by 
day continually. ^^ The one 
lamb thou shalt offer ''in the 
morning; and the other lamb 
thou shetlt offer *'at even: 
^ and with the one lamb a 
tenth »«^ "^dSd «pA«ft of «" flour 
mingled witii the fourth part of 
an hin of beaten oil; and the 
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a drink offering. *^ And the 
other lamb tiiou shalt offer '"at 
even, and shalt do thereto ac- 
cording to the '^St offering of 
the morning, and according to 
the drink offering tiiereof, ror a 
''sweet savour, an offering made 
by fire unto the Lord. *' ^i, 
shall be 'a continual burnt offer- 
ing throughout your genera- 
tions at the door of the taiM^e 
ortte£S£^itk« before the Lord: 
*Vrhere Twill meet '^"^ you, to 
fflieak there unto thee. ^ And 
time I will meet with the children 
rf tea.' and 'the uaS^Lc ^shaU be 
sanctified by my glory. ^ And 

I will sanctify the Uber^'e ^ the 

«SSS?4». and the altar: 't^ 

2jo and hta rau will I aanctlfy, i^ 
■nrtlfr alio both Aaron and hii Knu, "" 

miniister to me in the priest's 
office. *» And »I will dwell 
among the children cf Israel, 
and wOl be tiieir God. *® And 
they shall know that ^I am the 
LoHKD their God, that brought 
them forth out of tihe land of 
Egypt, that I may dwell among 
tl^n: I am the Lord their God 
' 'And thou shalt make 
OjQ 'an altar to bum incense 
*^^ upon : of ^tgi wood shalt 
thoa make it ^ A cubit shall 
be the length thereof, and a 
cubit the breadth thereof; four- 
square shall it be: and two 
cubits shall be the height there- 
oi: 'the boms thereof shall be 
of «— iJrjS?' *•• ' And thou 
shalt 'overlay it with pure gold, 
tiie ''top thereof, and the ''sides 
thereof round about, and the 
horns thereof; and thou shalt 
make unto it a *crown of gold 
round about * And two golden 
rings shalt thou make '1^ it under 
tiie crown ""JTii, by" the two 
*"■ thereof, upon the two 



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sides of it shalt thou make "^ ; 
and they shall be for 'places 
for the staves to bear it withaL 
^ And thou shalt make the 
staves of £5tuSi wood, and over- 
lay them with gold. ° And thou 
shalt put it before the "^i that 
is by the ark of the testimony, 
before -^the Se^ISi that is over 
the testimony, where I will meet 
with the& ^ And Aaron shall 
'bum thereon ""^^ISSiJS^"" 
every SS^: when 'he dresseth 
the lamps, he shall bum i„oenwnpon 
it ° And when Aaron °" lighteth 
the lamps '♦♦*at even, he shall 
bum incenw npon Jt, a perpetual in- 
cense before the Lord through- 
out your generations. °Ye«halI 
offer no "strange incense thereon, 
nor burnt SSSaS: nor SSS offering ; 
SfuS shaU |°»L^? drink offering 
thereon. '* And "Aaron shall 
make „ atonement 'upon the 
horns of it once in *^*^' with 
the blood of <tiie sin offering of 
a'toSreSi: once in the year shall 
he make atonement ^^ it 
throughout your generations : 
it is most holy unto the Lord. 
^^ And the Lord spake unto 
Moses, sa3ing, "" 'When thou 
takest the sum of the children 

nf Israel, accordlns to thoae that an nambeied 
OI Inael9ter tt their number, 

o« them. tjjgQ gjjjjj ^Y^Qj giyg eveiy 
man "a ransom for lus soul unto 
the Lord, when thou numberest 
them; that there be no plague 
among them, when thou num- 
berest them. ^^ This they shall 
give, every one that passeth 
°^£<SS»° them that are numbered, 
half a shekel ''after the shekel 
of the sanctuary: ('^ shekel is 
twenty gerahs:) ^'LS shekel 
rtif ^th. offering S? the Lobr 
^ Every one that passeth ""SS^ 
them that are numbered, from 



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[Chap. 30, v. 37 



twenty years old and "'^SJ* shall 
rive t oflfering „Sto the LoKix 
^ The rich shall not "give more, 
and the poor shall not 'give i^ 
than "'SSf't" shekdL when they 
give ^ offering „St. the Lord, 
to make „ atonement for yom- 
souls. ''^ And thou shalt take 
the atonement money '^^ the 
children of Israel, trnd "shalt 
appoint it for the service of the 

tent of meetinc . that ii 

tabeniacle of the congiegatlOD > *"»»' "> 

may be -^a memorial ^ the 
children of Israel before the 
Lord, to make „, atonement for 
your souls. 

" And the Lord sjpake unto 
Moses, sajdng, ^^ ^Tnou shalt 
also make a laver of brass, and 
"u.'^^r' of brass, to wash 
withal: and thou shalt *put it 

ItAf wnon thn *™^ o^ meeting 

OeiWeen me tabenude of the oonmeatlon 

and the altar, and thou shalt put 
water therein. '* ^ Aaron and 
his sons 'shall wash tiieir hands 
and their feet thereat: ^ when 

they go into the tabenuJS'of°the con- 

S^liX they shall wash with 
water, that they die not; or 
when they come near to the 
altar to minister, to bum *" 
offering made by fire unto the 
Lord: ^ so they shall wash 
their hands and their feet, that 
they die not: and ''it shall be a 
statute for ever to Uiem, even 
to him and to his seed through- 
out their generations. 

^ Moreover the Lord spake 
unto Moses, saying, ^ Take thou 
also unto thee '^l^ spices, of 
■pSS* myrrh five hundred sAeAefe, 
and of sweet cinnamon half so 
much, even two hundred and 
mr'^Lu, and of sweet "calamus 
two hundred and m"S^d«u. ^'^and 
of 'cassia five hun&S^ after 
the shekel of the sanctuary, and 
of Sli'Su™ an "bin: ^s mm! thou 



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7.88. 



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82. 

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shalt make it an „^^ gSg°aS!nJSt 
t.'^ofn^SInf SSSSSSS after the art of 
the j;?S&: it shall be »an 
holy anointing oiL ^® 'And thou 
shalt anoint th.t.*SSSS?JifteS2Uv 
tion^th^^With. and the ark of the 
testimony, " and the taUe and 
all ""■ STJ^ur*' and the candle- 
stick and ""• JiTJ^bST"*' and the 
altar of incense, ^ and the altar 
of burnt offering with all 'iJS 
^""^^'' and flie laver and 
'"■"fin^S™"' ^ And thou shalt 
sanctify them, that they may 
be most holy: ** whatsoever 
toucheth them shall be holy. 
^ 'And thou shalt anoint Aaron 
and his sons, and c^^,^ them, 
that they may minister unto me 
in the priest's office. ^^ And 
thou shalt speak imto the 
children of Israel, saying. This 
shall be an holy anointmg oil 
unto me throughout your gene- 
rations. 82 Upon "V^JJ §Lh"" 
shall it not be poured, neither 
shall ye make a^^^ ^^^ it, 
•^i^'" the composition t^ftf: 
'"it is holy, and it shall be holy 
unto you. ^ "Whosoever com- 
poundeth any like it, or whoso- 
ever putteth any of it upon a 
stranger, ^'^ be cut off from 
his people. 

*'^And ihe Lord said unto 
Moses, ^Take unto thee sweet 
spices, 'stacte, and onycha, and 
galbanum ; ^^^ sweet spices with 
pure frankincense: of each shall 
there be a like '^^>. ^^ and 
thou shalt make ,fi'Xl^ 'a 
oSSfSSto after the art of "the 

perfumer, ^'seaaoned with aalt, niim /»«>/ 
apotheoaiy, itempered together, PUTB M/M* 

holy: 8* and thou shalt beat 
some of it very small, and put 
of it before the testimony in the 

tent of mertlng, WnrliAKt T 

Ubemacle of the oonsragftkn. WUere 1 

will meet with thee: 'it shali 
be unto you most holy. " And 



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[Chap. 32, v. 2 



„^ the SSSSi which thou shalt 

molro 'aooonUna to the oompositloii thenof 
uutBX}, y, fj,fji Q^ make to vounelTes 

je ahall not make for yooiaelves . li- 
aoocnUiiE to the oompoeitfon thereof' '" 

shall oe unto thee holy for the 
Lord. ^ 'Whosoever shidl make 
like unto that, to smell there- 
to. .hJu"^ be cut off fipom his 
peopl& 

^ And the Lord spake 
*3I unto Moses, saving, ^See, 
^ I have callea by name 
B^lS the son of Uri, the son of 
■TUnr, of the tribe of Judah: 
^ and I have '^filled him with 
the spirit of God, in wisdom, 
and in understanding, and in 
knowledge, and in aU manner 
of workmanship, * to devise 
cunning works, to work in gold, 
and in silver, and in brass, °^and 
in cutting of ^ £'«f *& and 
in carving of tiSb«, to work in 
all manner of workmanship. 
" And I, behold, I have ""Sfv'?^ 
with him 'A'SSlS' the son of 
Ahisamach, of the tribe of g|£! 
and in the hearts of all that are 
""wise hearted I have put wisdom, 
that they may make all that I 
have commanded SS; ' "the 

tent of meeting, onH 9iht^ 

tabenacle of the oongregatlon, "-"^ 'Uie 

ark of the testimony, and 'the 
SSS^tlrt that is thereupon^^nd 
all the 'furniture of the u^iiie. 
• and 'the table and hlS'fSS!!^ 
and *the pure candlestick with 
all htafSS and 'the altar of 
bSS^ » and "the altar of burnt 
offering with all h!?fSSSSe, and 
'the laver and ^^^t! '° and 
•the "^oSrSfie^lSSr'^ and the 
holy garments for Aaron the 
priest, and the garments of his 
sons, to minister in the priest's 
SSSJ- " and ''the anointing oil, 
and •"- ""SSS toSS? ■""" for the 
holy plaoe: according to aU 
that 1 have commanded thee 
shall they da 



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<cli.a8.st 
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/oh. 17.10,13 
124.M. 

s oh. as. I 
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See Nam. 15. 

aa-ag. 

A oh. ss. n. 
Cp.lKiii. 
7.14 

< 8eeoh.aa 

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yoh. lais 
iaaia 

001.2.1. 



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& 83.10,35 

n Gen. I. SI. 
i>8eech.aa 



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aai.2.1. 
.eb. 4. 4, la 
QSaech. 37. 



t See ch. 87. 
10-16. 

( ch. 24. IS 
k S2. h\ 10. 
Dtut. *. 13 

kB. 10. 11. 
Op. 2 Cor. 3. S. 

ti .See ch. 37. 
1T.^3J. 

V See ch. 87. 
SB— 2a 

tr See ch. 8. 
U. 

xSweh.aa 
1—7. 

If eh. a«. 18. 
Dent a 9. 

s ah. 88. & 

ach.8S.IS 
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31 
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^^ And the Lord spake unto 
Moses, saying, ^^ Speak thou 
also imto the children of Israel, 

saying, V eruy joy mbbathi ye shall keep: 

for ''it is a sign between me and 
you throughout your genera- 
tions; that ye may know that 
I am the Lord thTt^th sanctify 
you. ^ Ye shall keep the sab- 
bath therefore; for it is holy 
unto you : eveiy one that "SSSSto 
it shall surely be put to death: 
for ''whosoever doeth any work 
therein, that soul shall oe cut 
off from among his people. 
« 'Six days '^ work be done; 
but '^ the seventh ^'' is ^ 
sabbath of "''*™' rest, 'holy to 
the Lord: "whosoever doeth 
any work in the sabbath day, 
he shall surely be put to deatn. 
'8 Wherefore the children of 
Israel shall keep the sabbath, 
to observe the sabbath through- 
out their generations for a per- 
petual covenant " 'It is a sign 
between me and the children of 
Israel for ever: for "in six days 
the Lord made heaven and 
earth, *and on the seventh day 
he rested, and was refreshed. 

^^ And he gave unto Moses, 
when he had made an end of 
communing with him upon 
mount Sinai, '""" two tables of 
*• testimony, tables of stone, 
written with "the finger of (Jod. 
^ And when the people 
03 saw that Moses "delayed 
*^^ to come down JS°^ the 
mount, the people gatiiered 
themselves together unto Aaron, 
and said unto him, 'Up, make 
us ''gods, which shall "go before 
us; for as for this Moses, the 
man that brought us up out of 
the land of Egypt, we>^ not 
what is become of him. ^ And 
Aaron said unto them. Break off 



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EXODUS 



[Chap. 32, v. 19 



"the golden eJjJ^ which are in 
the eara of your wiyes, of your 
sons, and of your daughters, and 
bring them unto ma ^ And all 
the people brake off the golden 
tm^ which were in their ears, 
and brought them unto Aaron. 
* "And he received a^ at their 
hand, and fashioned it with a 
graving tool, i^ter'he h»d made it a 
molten calf: and they said, 
''These be thy gods, Israel, 
which brou^t tnee up out of 
the land of Egypt ^ And when 
Aaron saw '{^ he bmlt an altar 
before it; and Aaron ^made 

Sroclamation, and said, to'dIohot 
*ji'» a feast to the Lord. ^And 
they rose up early on the morrow, 
and offered burnt offerings, and 
brought peace offerings; and 
^the people sat down to eat 
and to (uink, and rose up *to 
play. 

' And the Lord ^y unto Mo- 
ses, "Go, get thee down ; for thy 
people, which thou broughtest 
"» out of the land of &ypt, 
have "corrupted themselves: 
^ they have turned aside quickly 
out of the way which 'I com- 
manded them: they have made 
tiiem a molten cm, and have 
wor^pped it, and have sacri- 
ficed tfiSSintb. and said, 'These 
be thy gods, O Israel, which h,y, 
brought thee up out of the land 
of Egypt ^ And the Lord said 
unto Moses, I have seen this 
people, and, behold, Mt is a stiff- 
necked people: ^° now tiierefore 
"let me alone, that "my wrath 
may wax hot against them, and 
"'timt I may consume them : and 
*I will make of thee a great 
nation. ''^ And "Moses besought 
*the Lord his God, and said, 
Lord, why doth thy wrath wax 
hot agsdnst thy people, which 



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U-S7. 



bCl>.I>*llt. 
32.27. 

8m Nam. 14. 
IS— M. 



c Deat a 1& 
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Cii,lChr.3i. 

u 

i Jer. 18. 8 

&28.13,1> 

& Amoa 7. 8, 6 

A Jonail 8. 10 

JOUtHOm. 
10.1. 

Ir0en.2a.8. 
Cpi Jad«.2i. 

SL 

i Daot. a IS. 

m oh. 34. 29. 

nDsuLaU. 

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fta4.u 

AS3.U. 



<Jer. SI. 14. 
(cb.sat,s 

&34.II. 
VauLaa,U 
k 31. 27. 
2Chr. 3a8. 
AcU 7. a. 

Cp. imu. 4a *. 

nDnita 

14. 

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wotLsai. 
zNiim. 14. 

12. 
|rDait.ai8, 



Pa. loaa, 

Cp, PL 74. 1,1 

• DeoLaiek 

17,21. 



thou hast brought forth out of 
the land of Egypt with great 
ESww and with a mighty hand? 
" * Wherefore should the Egyp- 
tians speak, SS^jFoT ^^^ did 
he bring them '^ to slay them 
in the mountains, and to con- 
sume them from the face of the 
earth? Turn from thy fierce 
wrath, and ''repent of this evil 
against thy people. '' Remem- 
ber Abraham, Isaac, and Israel, 
thy servants, to whom thou 
•'swarest by thine own self, 
and sfudst unto them, 'I will 
multiply your seed aa the stars 
of heaven, and all this land that 
I have spoken of will I give 
unto your seed, and they diall 
inherit it foi* ever. ** Aid the 
Lord * repented of the evil 
which he "^oSShrS" do unto his 
people. 

'" And 'Moses turned, and 
went down from the mount, '^ 
the two tables of the testimony 
««„ m his tt, ^"ui!^ were 
written on both their sides ; on 
the one aide and on the other 
were they written. ^^ And *the 
tables were the work of God, 
and the writing was the writing 
of God, graven upon the tables. 
" And when 'Joshua heard the 
noise of the people as they 
shouted, he said unto Moses, 
There is a noise of war in the 
camp. ^° And he said, It is not 
the voice of them thiat '^out 
for mastery, neither is it the 
voice of them that cry for 
♦being overcome: but the noise 
of them that sing do I hear. 
^ And it came to pass, as soon 
as he came nigh unto the camp, 
that *he saw the ^. and the 
dancing: and Moses' anger 
waxed hot, and he cast the 
tables out of his hands, and 



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[Chap. 33, v. 3 



Ixake them beneath the mount 
'° And he took the calf which 
they had made, and burnt it 
1^^ fire, and ground it to 
powder, and ^SZ^ it upon the 
water, and made the children of 
Israel drink of it ^ And Moses 
said unto Aaron, 'What did this 
people unto thee, that thou hast 
brought K,*^t'a sin upon them? 
^ And Aaron said, Let not the 
anger of my lord wax hot: 
'thou knowest the people, that 
tiiey are set on mi^Sief. ^ For 
'they said unto me, Make us 
gods, which shall go before us: 
for as for this Moses, the man 
that brought us up out of the 
land of Egypt, we ^JT not what 
is become of him. ** And *I 
said unto them. Whosoever hath 
any gold, let them break it ^.' ^ 
they gaye it me: gin I cast it 
into the fire, and there came 
out this cd£ ^ And when 
Moses saw that the people were 
•""iSiffJfi'" Aaron had ^, them 
JSS 'JSi, *oJi?"2SSSe among *their 
SSMm] ^ thsn Moses stood in 
the gate of the camp, and said, 
^^ is on the Lord's ^H; let 
Mm come unto me. And all 
die sons of Levi gathered them 
selves together unto him. "And 
he ssud unto them. Thus saith 
the ^SSm^ God of Israel, Put ^ 
every man his sword °C his '^^ 
and go ^ and ^t ^m gate to 
gate throughout the camp, and 
'slay every man his brother, 
and every man his companion, 
and eveiT man his neighbour. 
» And the aS^^ of Levi did 
aooording to the word of Moses : 
and there fell of the people that 
day about three thousand men. 
» ti* Moses tod said, '"'Conse- 
crate yourselves iS^j to the 



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14. la. 

(Op, Ban. 
aa. 

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ftisaia. 

Dan. 12.1. 
Ptui.4.a. 
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Lord, US every man *"^'^ his 
son, and *^JSf nis brother; that 
he may bestow upon you a 
blessing this day. ^ And it 
came to pass on the morrow, 
that Moses said unto the people, 
"Ye have sinned a great sin: 
and now I will go up unto the 
Lord; "peradventure I shall 
make »„ atonement for ybur sin. 
^ And Moses ''returned unto 
the Lord, and said. Oh, 'this 
people have sinned a great sin, 
and have -^made them gods of 
gold. ^^ Yet now, *if thou wilt 
forgive their sin — ; and if noty 
*blot me, I pray thee, out 
of ''thy book which thou hast 
written. ^ And the Lord said 
unto Moses, 'Whosoever hath 
sinned against me, him will I 
blot out of my booL ^ Thl^tore 
now go, lead the people unto 
the place of which I nave spoken 
unto thee: "behold, mine ^Slel 
shall go before thee: neverthe- 
less in the day when I JjS^ I will 
visit their sin upon them. ^'And 
the Lord p^^ the people, be- 
cause they made the cal^ which 
Aaron maa& 

^ And the Lord '^ un- 
OO to Moses, Depart, a«d go 
^^ up hence, thou «and the 
people which thou hast brought 
up out of the land of Egypt, 
unto the land "' which I sware 
unto Abraham, to Isaac, and to 
Jacob, saying, 'Unto thy seed 
mil I give it: ^ and I will send 
'an angel before thee; "and I 
will drive out the C^aanite, 
the Amorite, and the Hittito, 
and the Perizsdte, the Hivite, 
and the Jebusite: ^ »unto a 
land flowing with milk and 
honey: *for I will not go up in 
the midst of thee; for 'thou art 



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a stiifnecked people: lest "I 
consume thee in the way. * And 
when the people heard these 
evil tidings, "they mourned: 
and ''no man did put on him 
his ornaments. ° ^ the Lord 
bad said unto Moses, Say unto 
the children of Israel, ■'Ve are 
a stifihecked people : i ^ Sme 
up into the midst of thee "^°S^' 
moment, ^J^ "consimie thee: 
tlierefore now ''put oflF thy 
ornaments from thee, that I 
may know what to do unto 
thee. ^ And the children of 
Israel stripped themselves of 
their ornaments |^°Sw mount 
Horeb °°'™"'. 

7 Now \f naoD a»d to take the tent 
And JiOSCB jook the tabenude, 

and ^it?{{ri it without the camp, 
afar off from the ^g; and "** 

/>a11<u1 Ik 1''ie tent of meetlnK. 

UUieu It the Tabernacle of the oongregaUon. 

And it came to pass, that every 
one "which sought the Lord 

went out unto the uberiSe °Jf the 

oo^Sj^J-on which was without the 
camp. ^ And it came to pass, 
when Moses went out unto the 
tab^^t, that all the people rose 
up, and StoSd" 'every man at his 
tent door, and looked after Mo- 
ses, until he was gone into the 
toto?S^ ° And it came to pass, 
*i!f° Moses entered into the 

Tent. « tVio pillar of doud Ap,_ 

tabernacle, ''"*' doody i>lllar "»' 

scended, and stood at the door 
of the taSSiiie. and the Lord 
2BS3 with Moses. '° And all 
the people saw the "SSSd^'juSi'* 
stand at the -^SSeiSLde'd^': and 
all the people rose up and wor- 
shipped, every man ^ his tent 
door. ■" And "the Lord spake 
unto Moses fiuse to foce, as a 
man speaketh unto his friend. 
And he turned again into the 
camp: but "his ?S!SSf Joshua, 
the son of Nun, a youngman, 
departed not out of the t^fuoie. I 



acb.S&UL 

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eNom. 14. 

dOkEak. 
24. it; a 
ktB-U. 

0ver.]7. 



/fleever. 1. 



Voh.S2.U. 

kP>.2S.l 

Cp. Pa 103. 7. 



< Dent, a as. 
Cp. Joel 2. 17. 

baleai. 
8m eh. 4a 



tDratasoi 

Joh. 31. M 
A22.4 

1123.1. 

Cp. Fa. 05. 11. 

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1-*. 

iiich.2a.a, 



a Drat 4. sa 
18am. 21.1. 
ichr.ia 10,11. 
Fa.4ai«. 

o Nam. 14. 
14. 

pdi. |B.^S. 
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lazT 



r Ter. I]; 11. 



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& 1 Tim. & U. 

IBeeeb. la 
a. 

« Fa 81. la 
Jar. SI. 14. 
Cpch.S4.t-7. 



• atadRom. 
au. 



IP Norn, laa 

DeatS4. 10. 
8m<3«b.82.30. 
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Dent, a 94. 
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k latt 
IiaLas. 
Rct. 1. 17. 
Cn.ch.a4,ia. 



■ oh. 17. a 10 
04.11 



^^ And Moses said unto 
Lord, See, *thou sayest lu 
me, Bring up this people: c 
thou hast not let me kn 
'whom thou wilt send with 1 
Yet thou hast said, 'I kn 
thee by name, and thou li 
also found grace in my sig 
'' Now therefore, I pray th 
*if I have found grace in 1 
sight, *shew me now thy ^ 
tiiat I may know thee, •" "•" 
that I may find grace in t 
sight: and consi^r tiiat tl 
nation is *'thy people. ** Ai 
he said, ''My presence shall ; 
toith thee, ana *I will give th 
rest ^^ And he said unto hi 
'If thy presence go not with n 
carry us not up hence. '° F 
wherein '""' shall it be knov 

h„e that I „d thy people haVO foUl 

^wse in thy «u*t. i ajd^^uiT poopi 
'*is it not in that ^on goe 
with SJr ''so ^ we be separate 
I and thy people, from all tl 
people that are upon the face < 

*\.a earthf 
l-ne earth. 

^^ And the Lord said unt 
Moses, I will do this thing aJf 
that thou hast spoken: "Ti 
thou hast found grace in n 
sight, and I know uiee by nam 
^° And he said i^^U^\^dJi^, 
thy glOTy. '® And he said, " 
wul make all my goodness paj 
before thee, and i'^ procudi 
the name of the Lord befoi 
thee; and ''^m" be gracious i 
whom I wUl be gracious, axi 
will shew mercy on whom I wi 
shew mercy. ^ And he sai< 
Thou canst not see my face: f< 
:SS shaU „o"San see SI and Uv 
^ And the Lord stdd, Behol 
there is a place by me, and the 
shalt stand upon v rock : ^ an 
it shall ocMne to pass, while n 
glory passeth by, that I will pi 



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thee *in a ^ of the rock, and 
will 'cover thee with my hand 
"°*ii5iJrp£r^ by: 23 and I wiU 
take away mine hand, and thou 
shalt see my back p.^*: but my 
£EM;e shall 'not be seen. 

'' And the Lord said 
^^A unto Moses, »Hew thee 
•"'■ two tables of stone like 
unto the first : 'and I will write 
upon ^ tables the words that 
were ?J the first tables, *which 
thou brakest '^ And be ready 
^ the morning, and come up in 
the morning unto mount Smai, 
and present thyself there to me 
"ta" the top of the mount. ^ And 
"no man shall come up with 
thee, neither let any man be 
seen throughout all we mount; 
neither let the flocks nor herds 
feed before that mount * And 
he hewed two tables of stone 
like unto the first; and Moses 
rose up early in the morning, 
and went up unto mount Sinai, 
as the Lord had ocHnmanded 
him, and took in his hand the 
two tables of stone. ° And the 
Lord 'descended in the cloud, 
'and stood with him there, and 
'proclaimed 'the name of the 
LoBDL * And the Lord ptissed 
lw_ before him, and proclaimed, 

s'phA Trtnn 'J'6 Lord, a CkxI full of 
ine LAiRU, The ioRD Ood, 

eompaasSoo onH ym^Q^i^iiia slow to anK4r, 
joereiful »"" 'gfaClOUS, lonKSuffering, 

ana Sandut Ml Koo-iness "•'•Q truth. 

^ 'keeping mticy for tliousantls, 
'foigiring iniquity and trans- 
eression and ^ and 'that will 
by no means clear the guilty; 
'visiting the iniquity of the 
filters upon the children, and 
np(Mi the children's children, 
S2 the third and "g" the fourth 
generation. ° And Moses made 
haste, and 'bowed his head to- 
ward the earth, and worshipped. 



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a> 12. IL Jadg. 
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^ And he said, If now I have 
found grace in th^ sight, O 
Lord, "let ^S Lord, I pray thee, 
go ■" *^Z^^ "* as; for "it is a 
stifihecked people ; and pardon 
our iniquity and our sm, and 
take us for •''thine inheritanca 
'*° And he said, Behold, *I make 
a covenant: before all thy peo- 

Ele •*! will do marvels, such as 
ave not been "SSS?' in all the 
earth, nor in any nation: and 
all tlie people among which 
thou art shall see the work of 
the JSSS-, for it is 'a terrible 
thing thiftt I ,ui do with thee. 
" Ooserve thou that which I 
command thee this day: behold, 
'I drive out before thee the 
Amorite, and the Canaanite, 
and the Hittite, and the Periz- 
zite, and the Hivite, and the 
Jebusite. « ^Take heed to thy- 
self, lest thou make a covenant 
with the inhabitants of the land 
whither thou goest, lest it be 
for ^a snare in the midst of 
thee: '^ but ye shall '"^t^ 
theu- altars, ""^ ^g^U" p"**" their 
•?t% and '• •*»" cut down then- 
'"^« : ** for "thou shalt wor- 
ship no other god : for the 
Lord, whose name is Jealous, 
is a jeeJous God: ■" ^lest thou 
make a covenant with the in- 
habitants of the land, and they 
"go a whoring after their gods, 
and do sacrifice unto tlieir gods, 
and one •'call thJl and thou eat 
of his sacrifice ;^° and thou take 
of ■'^their daughters unto thy 
sons, and their daughters 'go a 
whoring after their gods, and 
make uiy sons go a whoring 
after then* gods. ^^ '^Thou shalt 
make thee no molten gods. 
* •'The feast of unleavened 
bread shalt thou keep. Seven 



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days thou shalt eat unleavened 
bread, as I commanded thee, ^ 
the time »pi»'^^ •" the month 
Abib: for in "the month Abib 
thou earnest out from Egypt 
^ "All that openeth the ^SS is 

iniTiA • anA *^ '^ oatUe that li male, the 

QUne , ana „erT flmllng among thy cattle, 

flntllngs ot ox and sheep. 20 And 

mtettur ox or aheep, Inat m male. Bat 

'^the firstling of au ass thou shalt 
redeem wiui a "lamb: and if 

I'ltrui ^'^^ °o^ redeem It, fhon ^o" (halt 
lOOU redeem him not, men ^lalt thoa 

lH«ak ^ neck. All the firstborn 
of thy sons thou shalt redeem. 
And ''none shall appear before 
me empty. ^ 'Six days thou 
shalt work, but on the seventh 
day thou shalt rest: in ^^^ 
time and in harvest thou shalt 
rest ^■'And thou shalt observe 
the feast of weeks, "^ of the 
firstfruits of wheat harvest, and 
the feast of ingathering at the 
♦year's 'end. =? *''^*?"» in the 
year shall all ,™„.'S'eSfuidren appear 
before the Lord God, the God of 
Israel '^ For I will "'cast out 
the nations before thee, and "en- 
large thy borders : "neither shall 
any man desire thy land, when 
thou BiSf ^ up to appear before 
the LoBD thy God^ri^" in 
the year. ^^ 'Thou shalt not 
ofler the blood of my sacrifice 
with ""T^eS™^' 'neither shaU 
the sacrifice of the. feast of the 
passover be left unto the morn- 
ing. 26 «xhe first of the first- 
fruite of thy «SSd* thou shalt 
bring unto the house of the 
Lord thy God. 'Thou shalt not 
seethe a kid in ^ mother's milk. 
^ And the Lord said unto Mo- 
ses, Write thou these words: 
for after the tenor of these 
words "I have made a covenant 
with thee and with Israel 
^ "And he was there with the 
Lord forty days and forty nights; 



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he did neither eat bread, nor 
drink water. And "he wrote 
upon the tables the words of 
the covenant, the ten '^'com- 
mandments. 

^ And it came to pass, when 
Moses came down from mount 
Smai with *the two tables of 
**" testimony in Moses' hand, 
when he came down from the 
mount, that Moses wist not that 
the skin of his face ''shone 
"^'^fSffe^^e'SlkSr^'* with him. 
*• And when Aaron and all the 
children of Israel saw Moses, 
behold, the skin of his face 
'dione; and they were afraid 
to come nigh him. ^ And Mo- 
ses called unto them ; and Aaron 
and all the rulers of the congre- 
gation returned unto him: and 
Moses ta'^'w*fth them. ^^ ^^j 
afterward all the children of 
Israel came nigh : and 'he gave 
them in commandment all that 
the Lord had spoken with him 
in mount Sinai. ^ And '^^ 
Moses had done speakinj^ with 
them, he put ^a ^i on his face. 
** But 'when Moses went in 
before the Lord to speak with 
him, he took the ^i oi^ until he 
ca™e ™t' 5Sd he came out, and 
spake unto the children of Is- 
rael that which he was SSSSdli' 
^ Jg^ the children of Israel saw 
the f^kce of Moses, that the skin 
of Moses' fiice "shone : and Mo- 
ses put the ^ upon his fece 
a^n, until he went in to speak 
with him. 

' And Moses "^^ aU 
^C the oongr^ation of the 
^^ children of i,„J«S*u.„. and 
said unto them, 'These are the 
words which the Lord hath 
commanded, that ye should do 
them. 2 'Six days shall work 



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[Chap. 35, v. 27 



he done, bat on the seventh day 
there shall be to you *an holy 
day, a sabbath of "*"° rest to 
the Lord: whosoever doeth "^ 
work therem shall be put to 
death. ^<'Ye shall kindle no 
fire throughout your habita- 
tions upon the sabbath day. 

* And Moses spake unto aU 
the congregation of the children 
of Israel, saying, This is the 
thing which the LOBD com- 
manded, saying, " 'Take ye from 
among vou an offering unto the 
Lobd: •'whosoever is of a willing 
heart, let him bring it, „ ^^ 
^^f^hSS*; gold, and silver, and 
^SZ! " *nd blue, and purple, and 
scarlet, and fine linen, and goats' 
Jjjjs 7 and rams' skins dyed red, 

._^ iwlrtlnii, nnfl •<*^ *<xxt: SanH 
ana tedcu^UIn^ aOa (hltUmwood, oll^ 

oil for the light, and spices for 
*■>• anointing oil, and for the 
sweet SSSS: ® an<i om^ stones, 
and stones to be t;^ for the 
ephod, and for the breastplate. 
'" And '^ 'every wise hearted 
^SSmi^JSu come, and make 
all that the Lord hath com- 
manded; ^^ 'the tabernacle, u. 
tent, and Si covering, SSte 
imd & boards L% bars, gl pillars, 
and &1SS*1: "tl»® *rl^ and the 
staves thereof ,Mh the SS^-^i, 
and "the ^ of the .SSSS^. '^ Hhe 
table, and i£ staves, and all LT< 
vessels, and the "^^wlSSu' "* 'the 
candlestick also for the light. 
and ^,SS^ and Lf, lamps, :f^ 
'the oil for the {}S{,' "^ "and 
the •ft^'SST" ana & s^a^es, 
*and the anointing oil, and '"the 
sweet incense, and 'the iSJJ^ for 
the tSt at the „,X «» of the 
^J2*» i« fthe altar of burnt 
offering, with "Sta'^SSSSnVS^i?' 
staves, and all ^ vessels, 'the 
laver and & %5,' " 'the hangings 
of the courtT^ ElU'SiiSSr* and 



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their sockets, and the iSSS?g for 
the S^, of the SSJt' '° "the puis 
of the tabernacle, and the pins 
of the court, and * their ^^Jj; 

10 fV>a 'flnely wioaghtg8rment8, (or minlsteiing 
wio oloUiso(wrTioe,todoKrvlae 

in the holy place, the holy gar- 
ments for Aaron the priest, and 
the garments of his sons, to 
minister in the priest's office. 

^ And all the congregation of 
the children of Israel departed 
from the presence of Moses. 
** And they cam& ■'every one 
whose heart stirred him up, and 
every one whom his spirit made 
willing, 'and they brought the 
Lord's "2«eri&to the work of the 
tab«nJS' of^'the'SSgw.uon. and for all 
"" SJ'ISn'Sr* and for the holy 
garments. ^'^ And they came, 
both men and women, as many 
as were willing hearted, tmd 
brought SSSiSt and 'earrings, 
and '^^^ and "SS&S^ all 
jewels oF^lli™ every man 
that offered ^e,^ an offering of 
gold unto the Lord. ^ And 
■'every man, with whom was 
found *blue, and purple, and 
scarlet, and fine linen, and goats' 
hair, and 'Jaf skins 'S'^Sr and 
iJSSKKL^brought them. a*'»Every 
one that did offer an offering of 
silver and brass brought the 
Lord's offering : and every man, 
with whom was found JStu^ wood 
for any work of the service, 
brought it. ^ And all the 
women that were 'wise hearted 
did spin with their hands^ and 
brought that which they had 
spun, J^% blue, and ^f purple, 
aid'ot scarlet, and ^ fine linen. 
=*8 And all the women ■'whose 
heart stirred them up in wisdom 
spun "" goats' hair. " And *the 
rulers brought "" *onyx stones, 
and "" stones to be set, for the 
ephod, and for the breastplate; 



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28 and ^ spice, and ^%^^- for the 
light, and for the anointing oil, 
and for the sweet incense. ^"The 
children of Israel brought a 
'^g oflFering unto the feSS; 
every man and woman, whose 
heart made them willing to bring 
for all aan'nw of work, which the 
Lord had commanded to be 
made by the hand of Moses. 

^ "^AJad Moses said unto the 
children of Israel, See, the Lord 
hath called by name ISS^mi the 
son of Uri, the son of Hur, of 
the tribe of Judah; ^ and he 
hath filled him with the spirit 
of God, •'in wisdom, in under- 
standing, and in knowledge, and 
in all manner of workmanship; 
32 and to devise ^-JglSf works, to 
work in gold, and in silver, and 
in brass, ^ and in the cutting of 
rt^to «"*&. and in carving of 
wood, to '^o'°«i7 manner of 
cunning ™"'^'"'^ ^ And he 
hath put in his heart that he 
may teach, both he, and ^Moib: 
the son of Ahisamach, of the 
tribe of Dan. ^ Them hath he 
•'filled with wisdom of heart, to 
work all manner of '"'"^^X"'^ of 
the 'engraver, and of the cun- 
ning workman, and of the em- 
broiderer, in blue, and in purple, 
in scarlet, and in fine linen, ana 
of the weaver, even of them 
that do any '"^^S,"^'^ and of 
those that devise cunning ™rt" 

1 And Benlel knd Oholl&b shsll work, 
^ Then wrought Bexaleel and AholUb. 

QQ *°d •* every wise hearted 
*^ man, in whom the Lord'"*'' 
put wisdom and understand- 
mg to know how to work all 
mmi^« of work for the service 
of the sanctuary, according to 
all that the Lord ^ com- 
manded. 

2 And Moses called ^3"^ and 
^oua^ and every wise hearted | 



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man, in whose heart the Lo 
had put wisdom, even every 
^whose heart stirred him up 
come unto the work to do i 
3 and they received of Moses 1 
°the offering, which the childr 
of Israel had brought for t 
work of the service of the sar 
tuary, to make it withaL A 
they brought yet unto hJ 
'hSJ'" offenngs every momii 
* And all the wise men, th 
wrought all the work of ti 
sanctuary, came every mi 
from his work which th< 
™i^'; ° and they spake un 
Moses, saying, »The peop 
bring much more than enouj 
for the service of the woi 
which the Lord commanded 
make. ° And Moses gave coi 
mandment, and they caused 
to be proclaimed througho 
the camp, saying. Let neith 
man nor woman make any mo 
work for *the offering of tl 
sanctuary. So the people we 
restrained from bringing. ' F 
the stuff they had was sufficiei 
for all the work to make it, ai 
too much. 

^ *And every wise heart< 
man among them that wrougl 
the work "^^ the tabemac 
^ ten ^Su'S' of fine twine 
linen, and blue, and purple, ar 

•orlet, xiritVi oherabim the work of i 
scarlet: "im eberabima of cnnnlns 

conntog^workman made he the! 
9 The length of ^J curtain wi 
?J{2'n\T'"»d*'3S^^ cubits, SJld tl 
breadth of ^ curtam foi 
cubits: •" the curtains ^Jf 
onfSS: ^° And he coupled , 
five curtains one ^^ anothe 
and the other five curtwis 1 
coupled one o^ another. " Ai 
he made loops of blue "SS° tl 
edge of *''* one curtain *from tl 
selvedge in the coupling: Uk 



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[Chap. 36, v. 38 



irise he made in the yAtSS^Ml ot 

emtein that vaa oatmost i„ f U^ aeoood 

tlS-S^ « Pifty loops made he 
in *'" one curtain, and fifty loops 
made he in the edge of the cur- 
tain irtfdi was in tiie coapBST^ th« 

*???5"f« • the looim T"W ovtxmlte one 
,,(,00(1 • ■'"*' l"l*po held one curtain 

to another. *^ And he made 
fifty SSS, of gold, and coupled 
the curtains one ^u, another 

vriih tha cl*?l" • on . "i" tabernacle wu 
WlUl UIO tachee- SO It became one taberw 

^^ ^ And he made curtains 
of goats' hadr for tSe tent over 
the tabernacle: eleven curtains 
he made them. ^^ The len^h 
of "5^ curtain was thirty cubits, 
and four cubits «^ the breadth 
of ^ curtain: the eleven cur- 
tains ^ T onrSSS: '^ And he 
coupled five curtains by them- 
selves, and six curtains by them- 
selves. ^ And he made fifty 
loops „po„ a Stermort edge of the 
curtain '^ *" *"*™* in the 
'ooopling, and fifty loops made 
he upon the edge of the curtain 

iirliu«ti *■• ottmott in the noond looupUng. 
niin^u ooapleth the aecond. 

« And he made fifty gSS of 
brass to couple the tent together, 
that it might be one. ^ And 
he made a covering for the 
tent of nuns' skins dyed red, 
and a covering of b.dSS'uiM 

abon. 
■bore ttoL 

^ •And he made "* boards 
for the tabernacle of ijfjgfe wood, 

21 Tra onblta waa the 
_ The .If ngth. at a 

If a 

utae board 

had two tenons, eqail7°(S?tant one 
b^ another: thus did he make 
for all the boards of the taber- 
nacla ^ And he made "■• boards 
for the tabernacle; twenty boards 
for the south side southward: 

9* ^d he made fo^y SOCkotS of 

silver b, made under the twenty 
boards; two sockets under one 
board for {,% two tenons, and 



standing up. 

IsKth of a " 
board woj t 
tbe breadth „ , 
boanl one cnUt 



a baud, onA a eobit and a h 

WOJ ten cubite, <»UU the breadth of 

1 of each board. 22JnM:taUnn, 

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two sockets under another board 
for ^ two tenons. '^ And for 
the '^S^ side of the tabernacle, 
irfiiA S?" toward the uorth e5iS^. he 
made twenty boards, ^ and 
their forty sockets of silver; 
two sockets under one board, 
and two sockets under another 
board. " And for the '^fJe,'"' 
of the tabernacle westward he 
made six boarda ^ And two 
boards made he for the comers 
of the tabernacle m the •^^SJS*- 
** And they were .^SSSild beneath, 

anri '■> ^^' manner they were entire onto tha 
v*'^^ coupled together at the 

^U^S^^riS one ring: thus he 
did to both of them in ^5,*tto 
comers. ^° And there were 
eight SSSdf: and their sockets ^ 

«fret, (ixteen eockete; tnnHAr oTAmr 
■Ixteen wokets of ellver, UUUer every 

board two sockets. *■ And he 
made bars of UfJ^ wood; five 
for the boards of the one side 
of tiie tabernacle, '^ and five 
bars for the boards of the other 
side of the tabernacle, and five 
bars for the boards of the taber- 
nacle for the "^See'*^ westward. 
^ And he made the middle 
bar to «— "^"gt '{LSSh°^ «* the 
boards from the one end to the 
otiher. ^ And he overlaid the 
boards with gold, and made 
tiieir rings of gold to°6« places 
for the fers, and overlaid the 
bars with gold. 

35 "And he made »5?^f of blue, 
and purple, and scarlet, and fine 
twined finen: with "^^^S^^^ 

of the canolnK workman made he it. 36 A ^A 
he It ol cunning work. xviiu 

he made thereunto four pillars 
of .hittta'Sood, and overlaid them 
with gold: their hooks were of 
gold; and he cast for them four 
sockets of silver. " And he 

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maae „ hanging lOr ine tabemacledoor 

of blue, and purple, and scarlet, 
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of it with their hooks: and he 
overlaid their chapiters and 
their fillets with gold: St their 
five sockets were of brasa 

^ "And iSMi made the 
0*7 ark of JS?g* wood: two 
*^ " culHts and a half was the 
length of it, and a cubit and a 
half the breadth of it, and a 
cubit and a half the height of 
it: ^ and he overlaid it with 
pure gold within and without, 
and made a 'crown of gold to it 
round about ^ And he cast for 
it four rings of gold, u, u*lt br 
»the four ^e.^T'i't; even two 
™g8 n^n the one 'side of it, and 
two rings „5Sn the other 'side of 
it. * And he made staves of 
^^ wood, and overlaid them 
with gjold. * And he put the 
staves into the rings ^ the sides 
of the ark, to l^ar the ark. 
» And he made t5e'SSS"1^t of 
pure gold: two cubits and a 
half was the length thereof, and 
o^e cubit and a ludf the breadth 
thereof ^ And he made two 

cbernblm of sold; of < beaten work 
eherubinu of imla, beuea out of one piece 

made he them, ^ the two ends 



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and 



*an the end ~on this eide, u^iu another 

cherub .»ji the other SS^o°n'a^I&'S2^ 
oS% the S^-^t. made he the 
ch'^b'iiSSSi the two ends thereof 
» And the ctSSwm. spread out 
their wmgs on high, ^S^J^ 

mercy-aeatirlth their winga, nHfh 

with their winge orer the mercj seat, "'>J» 

their faces one to another; 

towaid. the meroy-eeat , xrara iha 
eem to the mercy seatward were UIO 

feces of the ^SS^^ 

^° ''And he made the table of 
iSituSi wood : two cubits was the 
length thereof, and a cubit the 
breadth thereof, and a cubit 
and a half the height thereof: 
^^ and he overlaid it with pure 
gold, and made th^SSo a crown 
of gold round about. " ^ he 



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made tSSSJu) a border of an 
handbreadth round f^f. and 
made a ,SJ^o,TIS for the liorder 
thereof round about '^ And 
he cast for it four rings of gold, 
and put the rings J^ the four 
comers that were ?; the four 
feet thereof ^* o^i"L^ the 
border were the rings, the places 
for the staves to bear the table. 
^° And he made the staves of 
^t^ wood, and overlaid them 
with gold, to bear the tabla 
^ And he made the vessels 
which were upon the table, ^ 
"^S?,h*Sr°'* and "» H?°SlxSr°'' and 

the bowla thereof, anA the flagon* thereof, 
his bowle. ana hS ooren 

♦to «"«,S^ withal, of pure gold. 
^' "And he made the candle- 
stick of pure gold: of beaten 
work made he the "^S^i^JT^*" 
^ and hin,j£^ iSS Sa."£i. knops, 
and i?, flowers, were of °°»ufe 
'SS.i' : « and "»" ™« six branches 
going out of the sides thereof; 
three branches of the candle- 
stick out of the one side thereof 
and three branches of the candle- 
stick out of the other side there- 
of: « three ,SSi made ,t^a« 
fiihto!?*rfffiSSSto in one branch, a 
knop and a flower; and three 
SSL made Uke •^^iSsr™ in 
*^oto?' branch, a knop and a 
flower: so th«Sioat the six 
branches going out of the 
candlestick. ^ And in the 
candlestick were four ^SL made 

like ''™»-»-asrnSth'l?&X"""»" a^d 
'^flSTwSr°': 21 and a knop 
under two branches of "n^^j"* 
^Jl** and a knop under two 
branches of •«" gf^^ "• and a 
knop under two branches of 
iSriSSr^niiU'to the six branches 
going out of it ^ Their 
knops and their branches were 
of <»• ""^"iSoilV ^ "^ of it 
was one beaten woi^ of pure 



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[Chap. 38, v. 17 



eold. 23 And he made '?,• Jj^,? 

uenoC nTen, anfl tfas tongi thereof, anH 

*^ ffl'^^SSSLbSr"'' of pure gold. 
** Of a talent of pure gold 
made he it, and all the Teasels 
thereofl 

2s "And he made the ^ni' 

altar OI (hjtttm WOOU . the length of It 

the lancth thenof, and a cubit the breadth thereof, 

mo* a cuMt, and the h ro a d th of It a cubit ; ttwoj 

foursquare; and two cubits was 
the height onJ"' : the horns there- 
of were of »»• gfLJ*?' '•■ 26 And 
he overlaid it with pure gold, 
4^ the top '^fiS'- ana the sides 
thereof round about, and the 
horns of it : j^ he made unto 
it a crown of gold round about 
» And he made SHo'^^i^of^fd &?f^ 
under the crown thereof "^ 
the two ^IS^'^i, upon the two 
sides thiirf^to'be Ijlaces for „,, 
staves to bear it withaL ^sAnd 
he made the staves of J^^ wood, 
and overlaid them with gold. 
^ *And he made the holy anoint- 
ing oil, and -^the pure incense of 
sweet spices, ,co^^ to the ^ of 

the spotbecarr. 

g^ 1 'And he made the altar 
2jti of burnt offering of SSm^ 
*''^ wood: five cubits was the 
length thereof and five cubits 
the tn«adth a^Tu'vsi. four- 
square; and three cubits the 
height thereof ' And he made 
the horns thereof °^ the four 
comers of it ; the horns thereof 
were of °" gfkJ'e"' ": and he 
overlaid it with brass. ^ And 
he made all the vessels of the 
altar, the pots, and the shovels, 
and t^e basons, and the flesh- 
hooks, and the firepans : all the 
vessels thereof made he of brass. 
* And he made for the altar a 

(istliic of network of braai, nndor -flio 

baitn giata of network^ UnQCr lUe 

ledce toand it beneath, teaching halfway up. 

wwiraai tliaraof beneath unto the mlilst of it. 

' And he cast four rings for the 
four ends of the ^S« of brass. 



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to be places for the staves. 
^ And he made the staves of 
JS?JJ^ wood, and overlaid them 
with brass. ^ And he put the 
staves into the rings on the 
sides of the altar, to bear it 
withal; he made theaitar hollow 
with ESS& 

^ ''And he made the laver of 
brass, and the 'iSSt'Sfit" of brass, 

nf t\\a mlrrore „* 'the 'Mrring 

01 me •lookinaglaaeee OI o« vomm 

^oioan whir>)i eerved at fVin 
taanembUng, WmCU Msembled "* "^^ 
Hrk#\i. r\f i-liA tent of meeting. 

o r. tabernacle of the congregation. 

" "And he made the court: 
'^ the south side southward the 
hangings of the court were of 
fine twined linen, an hundred 
cubits: ^° their pillars were 
twenty, and their bi««en sockets 
'""^tr''™' ; the hooks of the 
piUars and their fillets were of 
silver. " And for the north 
side ou konpinat ««« an hundred 
cubits, their pillars mn twenty, 
and their sockets S'^Si.'tw^; 
the hooks of the pillars and 
their fillets of silver. '^ And 
for the west side were hangings 
of fifty cubits, their pillars ten, 
and their sockets ten ; the hooks 
of the pillars and their fillets of 
silver. '^ And for the east side 
eastward fifty cubits. ^ The 
hangings '% the one side qfthe 
gate were fifteen cubits; their 
pillars three, and their sockets 
fc«.; IB and » for the other ,«, 

of thelSSk nte, ou this hand and 
that '^'*^' ""ff^*" "" ""^ were 
hRngingB of fifteen cubits; their 
pilluB three, and their sockets 
three. '° AU Uie hangings of 
the court round about were of 
fine twined linen. '' And the 
sockets for the pillars were of 
brass ; the hooks of the pillars 
and their fillets of silver ; and 
the overlaying of their chapiters 
of silver; and aU the pillars of 



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the court were filleted with silver. 
18 And the ^^ for the gate of 
the court was*'" '™"',5ias?^"""- 
of blue, and purple, and scarlet, 
and fine twined linen: and twenty 
cubits was the length, and the 
height in the breadth was five 
cubits, answerable to the hang- 
ings of the court ^^ And their 
pillars were four, and their sockets 
'^''bl^^fS^; their hooks of sUver, 
and the overlaying of their 
chapiters and their fillets of 
silver. '^° And all the pins of 
the tabernacle, and of the court 
round about, were of brass. 

^ This is the sum of ** ft*w/or 
the tabernacle, even of 'the taber- 
nacle of """ testimony, as "'ft'',^?' 
counted, according to the com- 
mandment of Moses, for the 
service of the Levites, *by the 
hand of Ithamar, ""S^to"' Aaron 
the priest =" ^^d '^2f^} the 
son of Uri, the son of Hur, of 
the tribe of Judah, made all 
that the Lord commanded 
Moses. ^ And with him was 
'^fflkbf ' son of Ahisamach, of 
the tribe of Dan, 'an engraver, 
and a cunning workman, and 
an embroiderer in blue, and in 

Eurple, and in scarlet, and fine 
nen. 

2* All the gold that was ^^ 
for the work in all the work of 
the S^^Sk even the gold of the 
offering, was twenty and nine 
talents, and seven hundred and 
thirty shekels, after °the shekel 
of the sanctuary. ^ And the 
silver of them that were num- 
bered of the congregation was an 
hundred talents, and a thousand 
seven hundred and threescore 
and fifteen shekels, after the 
shekel of the sanctuary: ^^ "a 

b<>k«h*fe 'e^S^mmn, thcU 18, half a 

shekel^ after the shekel of the 



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sanctuary, for every one tt 
'^^""werttSX"""™' number* 
firom twenty years old and « 
ward, for 'six hundred thousa,] 
and three thousand and ft 
hundred and fifty men. ^^ Aj 
of the hundred talents of silv 
were '"Si"'* 'the sockets of t\ 
sanctuary, and the sockets 
the ^ii; an hundred sockets 
the hundred talents, a talent f* 
a socket ^ And of the thoi 
sand seven hundred seven i 
and five shekels he made hool 
for the pillars, and overlai 
their chapiters, and •""VrtSST * 
them. ^ And the brass of tl: 
offering was seventy talents, an 
two thousand and four hundre 
shekels. ^° And therewith h 
made ''the sockets to the doc 

r\t tlia tent of meeting, „_ 

Ol Uie ubenuuae of the oongregstlon, *"* 

-'^the brasen altar, and the brase 
«rS.u? for it, and all the vessels c 
the altar, ^ and *the sockets c 
the court round about, and 'th 
sockets of the «*''oo°4t^|»g'^ an( 
all ^the pins of the tabernacle 
and all the pins of the cour 
round about 

1 And of *the blue, an< 
'^Q purple, and scarlet, the' 
^^ made '«-&rS?e^S V« 
°'m,^«°* in the holy place, anc 
made the holy garments foi 
Aaron; "'as the Lord com 
manded Moses. 

2 ^'And he made the ephoc 
of gold, blue, and purple, anc 
scarlet, and fine twined linen 
8 And they did beat the ^olo 
into thin juates, and cut it mtc 
wires, to work it in the blue, 
and in the purple, and in the 
scarlet, and in the fine linen, 

the work , of the />iinnin<r workmaii 

vtiOi cunnmg wort 

* They made shoulderpieces for 
it, to feupte it together: g the two 
S'^ was it ^^Xi together. » And 



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''""■"'^ "^w. »>^j^that was 



upon it, ^ «" » <» 



piece and like 
I, eoooidiiic to 

thereof; of gold, '^ 



raeL 



was of 
the work 
blue, and 
purple, and scarlet, and fine 
twined linen ; as the Lord com- 
manded Moses. 

' And they wrought "•* onyx 
2^Sei inclosed in oudies of gold, 

(imTen with the engimTiiige of a atgnet, aoooraing to 
gi»Teii. M algnete ue gnven, with 

the names of the children of Is- 
^ And he put them on the 

1. of the ephod, otato^oioM 

be stones t^^ memorial '^ tJie 
c^dren of Inrtel; as the Lord 
commanded Moses. 

8 -And he made the gSSffi 
th. «rt of the cunning "^^ST* "te 
the woric of the ephod ; of gold, 
** blue, and purple, and scarlet, 
and fine twined linen. ° It 
wad foursquare ; they made the 
breastplate double: a span was 
the length thereof ana a span 
the breadth thereof, bemg ^^ 
** And they set in it four rows of 
atones: «, ;iA<'^°'«« a 'sardius, 
.*?S^ and a e.rtSSSJi'thb was the 
first row. "" And the second 
row, an emerald, a sapphire, 
and a diamond. ^' And the 
third row, a ^^ an agate, and 
an ametliyst ^^ And the fourth 
row, a bieryl, an onyx, and a 
jasper: they were inclosed in 
ouches of gold in their i^^^Si^ 
'** And the stones were according 
to the names of the children of 
Israel, twelve, according to their 
;SS2!; like the engravings of a 
aignet, every one "*°Sitb? *°, his 
name, «»oJ!Slif to th® twelve tribea 
'** And they made upon the 
hreastpkvte chains ^I'aJ"^ of 
wreathen work of pure gold 
* And they made two ouches of 
gold, and two gold rings; and 
put the two rings ^ the two 
ends of the breastplate. ^^ And 



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they put the two wreathen chains 
of gold S the two rings ^ the 
ends of the breastplate. ^ And 
the "***■ two ends of the two 
wreathen chains they tj^^ia 
the two ouches, and put tbem 
on the shoulderpieces of tiie 
ephod, '°""fem.""~'- ^^And 
they made two rings of gold, 
and put them "^ the two ends 
of the breastplate, upon the 
g*S,«^- which was '"^ the 
side ofthe ephod inward. ^And 

they made two „^°f^,§'en"°AV ^^^ 
put them on the two ■««»^«'»» 
of the ephod underneath, to^ 

the forepart of it, over'aaSMt he ofhtr 

coupling thereof, above the 
"^•SoTSJSie'*^ of the ephod 
^ And they did bind the breast- 
plate by ^*S^„'^"~' unto the 
rings of the ephod with a lace 
of blue, that it might be SSS?» uS 
""ISSU'^e'*"^ of the ephod, 
and that the breastplate might 
not be loosed from the ephod; 
as the Lord commanded Moses. 
^ ''And he made the robe of 
the ephod of woven work, all of 

blue; 23 and the bole of the robe t« tV,a 
Mae. And then vxu an hole UI CnO 

™idst of toTrolie, as the hole of 
\a'^.5JgS,t' wkb a "SSS* round 
about the hole "^ ", that it 
should not %^*^ '* And they 
made upon the S^ of the robe 
pomegranates of blue, and 
purple, and scarlet, and twined 
linen. ^ And they made bells 
of pure gold, and put the bells 
belnveen the pomegranates upon 
the ISJ? of flie iSS, round ^\ 
between the pomegranates ; ^ a 
bell and a pomegranate, a bell 
and a pomegranate, "'^SS^tt^S' 

ct the robe loona about, t^ tniniatAr 
the hem of the robe W> nUniSier 

in; as the Lord oHnmanded 
Moses. 

" «And they made *»" coats of 
fine ''linen 01 woven work for 



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Aaron, and for his sons, ^ and 
'i' 'mitre of fine linen, and "" 
goodly '^^S* of fine linen, and 
"• linen breeches of fine twined 
linen, ^b and ^' girdle of fine 
twined linen, and blue, and 
puiple, and scarlet^ '^SSiSfork' 
•mbtoideier . jjg ^jjg JjQRD Com- 
manded Moses. 

30 "And they made the plate 
of the holy crown of pure gold, 
and wrote upon it a writing, 
like to tlie engravings of a signet, 

HO^SS TO THE LORD. ^^ And 

tbev tied unto it a lace of blue, 
to festen it i'^S^l^^e'^ ; as 
the Lord commanded Moses. 

82 Thus was *'^*' all the work 
of the tabernacle of the tent 

of the ooDgraStIra flntohed- ^^^ the 

children of Israel did •''according 
to all that the Lord commanded 
Moses, BO did they. 

83 Ajid they brought the taber- 
nacle unto Moses, the '^i; and 
all ]!S1 furniture. iH^^ St boards, 
^ bars, and ^ pUlars, and ^ 
lESk^' ** ^•nd the covering of 
rams skins dyed red, and the 
covering of tadS!?".kU and *the 
^ of the ,5SSSi ^ the ark of 
the testimony, and the staves 
thereof and the ^S^-^i ^ the 
table, and all the vessels thereof 
and the SSIteSl' " "the pure 
candlestick, «^ the lamps Hiere 
o^ even ,^1 ^0 lamps to be set 
in order, and all the vessels 
thereof and the oQ for ""lij^'' 
88 and *the golden altar, and 
the anointing oil, and 'the 
sweet incense, and 'the ^^ 
for the ""SL^'dS?/' ^° the 
braseu altar, and 'a,«^'£f of 
brass, ^ staves, and all {£ ves- 
sels, the laver and ffli'S?^' ^ 'the 
hangings of the court, uS pillars, 
and ^ sockets, and 'the ^^ 

triF fVio K>te o' U>e oooTt, "the COfd« thereof, 
lOr me "^ oonit gate, hi* oonta, 



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and "- fi'."pi'^~'- and all the 
•"iSJS^ of the service of the 
tabernacle, for the tent of 

meetings 41 tUf. ''■.«'?'. *n><>ght nr- 

the eongragstioii. """ clothe of (errfoe 

™"%i^S,!r"JSf** in the holy place, 
and the holy ^irments for Aaron 
the ijriest, and ""fflTJS^gS^n'Str* 
to minister in the priest's otiice. 
*2 'According to all that tiie 
Lord commanded Moees, so the 
children of Israel ,^e all the 
work. ^8 And Moses aid ij?' upon 
all the work, and, behold, they 
had done \V as the Lord had 
commanded, even bo had they 
done it : and Moses ''ble^ed 
them. 

'' And the Lord spake 
AQ unto Moses, saying, * On 
■ the first day of the 'first 
month shalt thou '^ up the 
tabernacle of the tent of tbtt^a- 
gi^oii. ^ And thou shalt put 
merein the ark of the testimony, 
and *^ •SS'er*"*^ the ark with 
the "^ *ADd *'thou shalt bring 
in the table, and set in order 
♦the things that are to be set m order 
upon it; ''and thou shalt bring 
in the candlestick, and Might 
the lamps thereof ' 'And thou 
shalt set the ffii^'Sj'^ for „,« in- 
cense before the ark of the testi- 
mony, and put the bS^ of the 
door to the tabernacle. ^ "And 
thou shalt set the altar of the 
burnt ofiering before the door 
of the tabernacle of the tent of 
the SS^Stion. ' "And thou shalt 
set the laver between the tent 
of the f^S^on and the altar, and 
shalt put water therein. ^ And 
thou shalt Bet up the court 
round about, and nang up the 

■cnen of the gate of the ooart. AnH 
hmiglng at the oomt gate. au\x 

thou shalt take the anointing 
oil, and 'anoint the tabernacle, 
and all that is therein, and shalt 
hallow it, and all the '^^^ 



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thereof: and it shall be holy. 
^And thou shalt anoint "the 
altar of the burnt offering, and 
all u! vessels, and sanctify the 
altar: *and ^^^*%,•^^ "most 
holy. " And thou shalt anoint 
ibe larer 'and us tSS ^u^d sanctify 
it '^ ''And thou shalt bring 
Aaron and his sons unto the 

<1ru\i> rtf tViA t*nt at meeting, 

QOOr 01 me tabemade of the congwgaUon, 

and **" wash them with water, 
^' And thou shalt put upon Aaron 
the holy ^SSS,' and *so» "i-" an- 
oint him, and sanctify b& that 
he may minister unto me in the 
priest's office. ''^And thou shalt 
bring his sons, and eae'^'Sn°^th 
^: '* 'and. thou shalt anoint 
them, as thou didst anoint their 
fotber, that they may minister 
onto me in the priest's office: 
SJ iheir anointing shall ""JS^*" 
^ ^an eTerlasting priesthood 
throughout their generations. 
* Thus did Moses: according 
to all that the Lord commanded 
him, so did he. 

" And it came to pass in the 
firet month in the second year, 
on the first day of the month, 
that "the tabernacle was reared 
up. '^ And Moses reared up the 
tabernacle, and faJltoSedhi« sockets, 
and set up the boards thereof 
and put in the bars thereof, and 
reared up ^ pillars. ''^ And he 
spread ,bn»d the tent over the 
tabernacle, and put the covering 
of the tent above upon it; as 
the Lord commanded Moses. 
^ And he took and ""put the 
testimony into the ark, and set 
the staves on the ark, and put 
the S^tSi above upon the ark : 
^ and he brought the ark into 
the tabernacle, and "set up the 

T»ii 01 me oorering. <*nu coTered "Ue 

ark of the testimony; as the 
LoKD comnuuided Moses. ^"And 



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90. 

NTer. 1. 
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och. 3a SL 



pTer. 8. 
ch. 27. a, I& 

rcb.as.ia. 

8oo ch. la 34, 
• Beech. IS. 
21. 

(ch.2aa. 

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Num. 9. 1&. 

CMKin. 

a 10, 11 

1 1 Chr. 5. a, 

14 

»7.S 

&la>La4 

* Hag. 2. 7,11 

ft Rot. is, a. 

11 Tor, 3. 
8eo ch. SS. 12. 

V TOT. 8, ao. 

WTor. 4. 
ch. 2&SI. 

X Nnm. a 17 
ft la 11. 
Cp. Neh. a IS. 



he put the table in the tent of 
the ^^tton, upon the side of the 
tabernacle northward, without 
the ^t 2» And he set the bread 
in order upon it before the Lord; 
as the Lord t^d commanded Mo- 
ses. ^ "And he put the candle- 
stick in the tent of the SS^tion. 
over against the table, on the 
side of the tabernacle southward. 
^ 'And he 'lighted the lamps 
before the Lord; as the Lord 
commanded Moses. ^ •''And he 
put thegolden altar in the tent 
of the SSfS^oon before the ;;!i: 
" and he burnt 'SSST incense 

°' "SS^"''"; as <^e Lord com- 
manded Moses. 28 A^n(j jjg put 

rxvXe'^tZmat the door IS the 
tabernacle. ^ 'And he ^t the 
altar of burnt offering ^ the 
door of the tabernacle of the 
tent of the roSnl^uoD. and offered 
upon it the Dumt offering and 
*the ^t offering; as the Lord 
commanded Mosea ^° 'And he 
set the laver between the tent 
of the SS^Suon and the altar, and 
put water "tS^' to wash withal 
*^ And Moses and "Aaron and 
his sons "washed their hands 
and their feet SSStI ^' when 
they went into the tent of 
thewS^tkm. and when they came 
near unto the altar, they ^hSdj 
as the Lord commanded Moses. 
3'^And he reared up the coiui; 
round about the tabernacle and 
the altar, and set up the buH^ 
of the ^•'•court^"^ "So Moses 
finished the work. 

** Then '^* cloud covered the 
tent of the JSSIi^lion. and 'the glory 
of the Lord fiOed the tabernacle. 
^ And Moses was not able to 
enter into the tent of the«Si^tioii. 
because the cloud abode thereon, 
and the glory of the Lord filled 
the tabernacle. ^ And "when 



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the cloud was taken up from 
over the tabernacle, the cnildren 
of Israel "went ™"^w£!f S"""" aU 
their journeys: ^^ but "if the 
cloud were not taken up, then 
they journeyed not till the day 



a See Num, 
8. 1»— -"i 



that it was taken up. ^ For 
the cloud of the Lord was upon 
the tabernacle by day, and ^§5? 
""wSToS'tr^ by night, in the sight 
of all the house of Israel, through- 
out all their journeys. 



THE THIRD BOOK OF MOSES, 

[B.V.] COMMONLY CALLED 
[A.V.] CALLED 

LEVITICUS. 



' And "the Lord called 
]|[ luito Moses, and spake unto 

him "out of the taberS^e'^f the 

eoS^'tfon, saying, « Speak unto 
ttie children of Israel, and say 
unto them, '^™ any man of 
you "^"^o^^lSSS" unto the Lord, 
ye shall S^ your °g?SSS of the 
cattle, even of the hSl and of the 
flock. 

a If his °S:5S be a burnt °^SS, 
of the herd, ^^^ offer " ^a male 
without blemish: he shall offer 
it of hi. own ToiBiiurT wiu at the doOT 

r\f iVta tent of meeting, that he may be aooepted 
ui i/uc tabernacle of the ooDKnaatipn 

before the Lord. * And "he shall 
pt his hand upon the head of the 
Dumt offering; and it shall be 
'accepted for him •'to make 
atonement for him. ' And he 
shall kill the bullock before the 

T /^nn • ftTiH Aaron'« ions, the piieats, 
lAIKU . auu tije priests, Aaron's sons, 

shall "{SSg' the blood, *and 
sprinkle the blood round about 
upon tile altar that is ^ the 

door of the tabemacle of the co^f«atlon. 

* And he shall flay the burnt 
offering, and cut it into ^ pieces. 
^ And the sons of Aaron the 
priest shall put fire upon the 
altar, and 'lay the wood m order 



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16 

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5. 



ff ch. a. 9, 8, 
IS 
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& & 14, 18, a 

tie. a. 

Ex. 29. 10, U, 

la 
Arer. S. 
< eta. 92, a. 

J7. 

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& Rom. 12. 1 
&FlliL4.18. 
ych.4.91, 
98,91, as. 
Nam. IS. 90. 
9Cbr. 20.98, 
94. 

kl&94. 

ireh.&8. 
9 Chr. 35. IL 
Ileb. 12. 91 
1 Pet. I. 3. 



ICp. Oaa 
22.9. 



upon the fire: ' and ^■^IJi^uf' 
JS^^^ shaU lay the JSS" the 
head, and the fat, in order upon 
the wood that is on the fire 
which is upon the altar: ' but 
Us inwards and |Si legs shall he 
wash 'to'' water: and the priest 
shall bum "'•j,'"^ on the altar, 
J°L a burnt ^?[i°i; ■'an offering 
made by fire, of 'a sweet savour 
unto the Lord. 

^"And if 'iSL»» be of the 
Bockf^may. of the shecp, or of 
the goats, for a bunit SSifgl; 
he shall ^" it a male without 
blemish. "^And he shall kill it 
on the side of the altar northward 
before the Lord: and 'aS^Stl?' 
^i^-S* shaU sprinkle *^ blood 

upon, the Utar round about. 12 KnA V.^ 
round about upon the altar. 2\iiU u*3 

shall cut it into IJJ pieces, with 
£g head and ££ fat: and the 
priest shall lay them in order 
on the wood that is on the 
fire which is upon the altar: 

13 Kilt the Inwards ana the legs shall he wash 
Wn he ShaU wash the Inwards and the less 

with water : and the priest shall 
""^^u^^*- and bum it upon the 
altar: it is a burnt SSfe ''an 
offering made by fire, of 'a 
sweet savour unto tiie Lord. 



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I^An/lif bb Oblation to the Ix>iu> be s 
.AUU u the burnt noiittceforhisoftertna 

i?Sj vL^'% of fowls, then he sh^ 
gJ&'&'SlSiS of "turtledoves, or 
of yomig pigeons. ^^ And the 
priest shall oring it unto the 
altar, and '**wrii:^ off J^ head, 
and bum it on me altar; and 
the blood thereof shall be *»iS^ 
out IS the side of the altar: 
^ and he shall ^SS away iiJ crop 
with '^i^^LSST'' and cast ft 
'beside the altar on the east 
part, ^ the place of the ashes : 
" and he shall ^^ it ^^ the 
wings thereof htU ''shall not 
divrae it asunder: and the priest 
shaD bom it upon the altar, upon 
the wood that is upon the fire: 
it is a burnt S^!S&. '^an offering 
made by fire, of *a sweet savour 
onto Uie LoBD. 

1 And when any "^Sf'Sfw" 

2 °'*^^'"*' offeriM unto 
the Lord, his ^J^'^;^ shall be 

of fine flour; *and he shall pour 
oil upcMi it, and put frankincense 
thereon: ^ and ne shall bring it 
to Aaron's sons the priests : and 
he shall take thereout his hand- 
ful of ihe *" flour thereof, and 
of the oil thereof, with all the 
frankincense thereof; and the 
priest shall bum " "* "the me- 
morial '^fft' upon the altar, u> be 
'an offering made by fire, of a 
sweet savour unto the Lord: 

3 and 'n.'JS^t'^ of the SSJ 
offering shall be Aaron's and his 
sons': 'it is a thing most holy 
of the offerings of the Lord 
made by fire. 

* And "^ thou "gS^f an obla- 
tion of a ^t offering baken in 
the oven, it sludl be "unleavened 
cakes of fine fiour mingled with 
oil, or unleavened wuers an- 
(Hnted with oiL ^ And if thy 



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yciL&ir. 

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t MaAaiS 
ALake 12.1 
i 1 Cot. 5. ■ 

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la 

leh.2au 
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%Ex.aa.t. 



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zeh.ail 

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Cp.lChr. 2a 

*Enk.4.3. 



flour unleavened, mingled with 
oiL ° Thou shalt part it in 
pieces, and pour oil tnereon: it 
w a SSt offering. ^ And if thy 
oblation be a SSi offering i^ ^ 
the *t^i^s^ it shall be made of 
fine flour with oil ^ And thou 
shalt bring the ^ offering tlmt 
is made of these things unto the 
Lord: and lih^t^ presented 
unto the priest, '^ he shall 
bring it unto the altar. ^ And 
the priest shall take "" from the 
gSi offering 'S* memorial thereof 
and shall bum it upon the altar: 
it i, *an offering made by fire, •'of 
a sweet savour unto the Lord. 
1° And 'that which is left of the 
g^ offering shall be Aaron's and 
his sons': "it is a thing most holy 
of the offerings of the Lord made 
by fire. " No £^ offering, which 
ye shall S^^ unto the Lord, shall 
be made with ■'leaven: for ye 
shall bum no leaven, nor any 
honey, £"J^ offering T^,t>^^ 
%^r^." '^ 'As ,„»°tk. oblation of 
J'^i^i,. ye shaU offer them 
unto the Lord: but they shall 

Tinf come up for a sweet aavoor on the altar. 
iiuL ||x burnt on the altar for a tweet aaTour. 

^ And every oblation of thy 
SSt offering "* shalt thou season 
with salt; neither sh^t thou 
suffer "the salt of the cove- 
nant of thy God to be lacking 
from thy SSt offering: «with afl 
thine °Sr^*^ thou shalt offer 
salt 

** And if Ihou offer a SSl of- 
fering of thr firstfruits unto ibe 
Lord, thou shalt offer for the 
£3t oflering of thy firstfruits 

'com in the ear parched wlui fSiwk trulsed 
gieen ears of com dried br tlie ^"^y even 
fnfn of the fraah ear. 15 AnH 

com beaten oat of full eare. Alia 

"thou shalt put oil upon it, and 
lay frankincense thereon: it is 
a SSt oflering. ■•* And the priest 
shall bum "'the memorial of it, 
part of the bJliSm com thereol^ 



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and part of the oil thereof, with 
all the frankinceuse thereof: it 
is an offering made by fire unto 
the Lord. 

^ And if his oblation be "a 
O Bacrifice of 'peace o'neriS' ^ 
^ he offer « of the ^^, whetW 
it Us male or female, °he shall 
offer it ''without blemish before 
the Lofttt 2 And "he shall lay 
his hand upon the head of his 
off^ and kiU it at the door of 

tiia t*>>^ of meetins on<1 

Ml*' tebenwde of the oongragstloii • aini 

Aaron's sons the priests 'shall 
sprinkle the blood upon the 
altar round about. ^ And he 
shall offer of the sacrifice of oa 
peace offe^ an offering made 
by fire unto the Lord; *tbe *fiit 
that covereth the inwards, and 
all the fat that is upon the in- 
wards, * 'and the two kidneys, 
and the fitt that is on them, 
which is by the ^3^ and the 
♦caul °£'°, the liver, ""with the 
kidneys, n shall he take away. 
^ And Aaron's sons ■'shall bum 
it on the altar upon the burnt 
SJSite which is upon the wood 
that is on the fire : it is an offer- 
ing made by fire, of a sweet 
savour unto the Lord. 

8 And if his °^,'S? for a sacri- 
fice of peace "fferi'T unto the 
Lord be of the flock; male or 
female, he shall offer it ''without 
blemish. ^ If he offer a lamb 
for his °^^^ "then shall he 
offer it before the J^SS; ° 5Sd he 
shall lay his hand upon the 
head of his °^^ and kill it 

>ir>f/MVk tVia tent of meeting 

UeiOre ine tobemacle of the oongr^stion- 

and Aaron's sons diall spnnkle 
the blood thereof ;SS?d'J&fcS".S2 
"&*: ® And he shall offer of the 
sacrifice of the peace ^^^ au 
ofiering made by fire unto the 
Lord; the fiit thereof, /Ji''§,'»^SiL 
^^, i-t' shall 'S-'tiLe'"^ hard by 



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A23.11L 
AmMft. 22. 

Beo ch. 7. U— 
21, a>— U 
b Ter. i. 

CTCT. 7, 12 

<(BmEz.IS. 

s. 

• Beech. 1.4. 

/ch.21. 6,1, 
17,21,99 
k 12.7,291 

Num. 2a 1. 
Eaik.44.7. 

IULI.7. 

«ah.l7. & 



keb. «.■,(. 
Ex. 29. 19, 99. 



yeh.s.la. 



tcKT.a- 

sa. 

1 S»ni. 2. 1& 

£uk. 44.7,1s. 

Icb.au 

ft7.» 
417.7 
4 23. 14. 
Cn. Kiek.S4. 
sSi.oi. 
■■cb.7.11 

k 17. 10, 14 

4 lass. 
Oeii.8. 4. 
IleuL 12. U, 2> 
&IS.23. 
I Sam. 14.33. 

AeU IS.9I>,8U. 

ltch.s.U, 

la. 

C|iL Fai IS. iz 
8ee Nam. 15. 
2S— 29. 

over. 19,93, 
27. 
ch.s.17. 



pch.aiS. 
Ez.2aX!. 

«Cp.neb. 
7.17,28. 



the backbone; and the fat that 
covereth the inwards, and all 
the fiat that is upon the inwards, 
'0 and the two kidneys, and the 
fitt that is upon them, which is 
by the ^ and the caul »^S» 
the liver, ''with the kidneys, it 
shall be take away. ^^ And the 
priest shall bum it upon tha 
altar: it is ■''the 'fooa of the 
offering made by fire unto the 
Lord. 

^2 And if his <^S^ be agoat> 
then 'he shall offer it before the 
iS^: ^'iSd 'he shaU lay his hand 
upon the head of it, and kill it 

K^fr^rA iVtck tent of meeting • 

Ueiore lUe tabemecle of the congragiUon • 

and the sons of Aaron shall 
sprinkle the blood thereof upon 
the altar round about ^And 
he shall offer thereof his "^^ 
even an oftering made by fire 
unto tlie Lord; the fat tiiat 
covereth the inwards, and all 
the fai that is upon the inwards, 
^* and the two kidneys, and the 
fat that is upon them, which is 
by the te, and the caul ^^ 
the liver, 'with the kidneys, ^ 
shall he take away. '® Ana the 
priest shall bum them upon the 
altar: it is ■''the food of the 
ofiering made by SJS" for a sweet 
savour : *all the mt is the Lord's. 
" It shall be a 'perpetual statute 
"-"Jgl""" your eeuerations thJlShoot 
all your dwellings, that ye •**" 
eat neither *fiat nor "*blood. 

^ And the Lord spake 

A unto Moses, saying, * Speak 

■^ unto the children of Israel, 

saying, "If 'S^^ shall sin 

thiooi^ri^^ i:Uin.t any of the 

thingg^'whlnh ^ *),„ T ^un •»"> 
commandment of •'"*' 1-KIKU ameeming 

«C whJSfSSght not to be done, and 
shall do •■;Lt"'.S». of them: » if 

fVin anointed prieRtithaU. gin eo as to 
l-"" jiritat that la auointod do ""n aoroidlng 

"w'fte^Z'S? the people; tlien let 



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' Or, tdUck hetkalt tatt amy b« Ou tldaeyt > Ileh brauL 

•Or,me<. i Or, mldrifovtrOt liver, tmi oner HUUdittf. 

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him g^ for his sin, which he 
hath sinned, "a young bullock 
without Uemish unto the Lord 
for a an offering. * And he 
shall bring the buUock "unto the 

aOOr OT me ubenMcle erf the oongregEtlon 

befwe the Lord; and ^ shall 
lay his hand upon the "^uSdJ?" 
"si?- and kill the bullock before 
the Lord. « And the j^St^ « 
j;^ ^shall take of the gSSS^A' 
•^wSSf* and bring it to the 

lent of meeting . 6 on/I ftio 

liln 1 11 111 of the oongregiitton ■ oJlO Uie 

priest shall dip his finger in the 
Hood, and -^sprinkle of the blood 
seven times before the Lord, 
bdbre the ^ of the sanctuary. 
^And the priest *shall put „me 
c( the blood upon the horns of 
'the altar of sweet incense be- 
f<H« t^ Lord, which is in the 



eaitkeoongregEtion ) '**'** shall poor 

*aU the Uood of the bullock 
d»ii b, JOT oot at the bS^„ of the 
ahar of the burnt offering, which 
is at the door of the ubei^e*?f the 

flam8»MpS»- And he ,hall take off from It 

aUthefat of the bullock ,^ the 
sin offering '"' •'"J" «^» o*"™™ "; 
'the fiit that covereth the in- 
wards, and all the fat that is 
upon the inwards, ° and the 
two kidneys, and the fiat that is 
upon them, which is by the ^^ 
and the caul X?, the liyer, ""with 
the kidneys, ^ shall he take away, 
* as it ^ taken off from the 
boS* of the sacrifice of peace 
oti'erinss: and the priest shall 
bum them upon the altar of t^e 
burnt offering. " *And the skin 
of the bullock, and all m| flesh, 
with ^ head, and with ^, legs, 
and bS inwards, and £g dung, 
^ even the whole bullock shim 
be cany forth *» without the 
camp unto a clean place, where 
the ashes are poured out, and 
'bom li^ on the wood with fire: 



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34-91. 



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ilch.s.s— I. 



/Ter. H,17. 
oh. s.» 
jtiau. 
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Cii.ljaLSZIt, 



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Aeh.au 
AIS.I& 
<CiiLlEz.aG. 



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mch.a4. 



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pch.au. 
Ex. 2a 14. 
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at la 4, » 

k ia37 

to*. 14,». 

Ex. 2a 14 

A 33. 7. 

rHokiau. 

f rrr.StlA. 
27. 



♦where the ashes are poured 
out shall i^ be burnt 

" And *if the whole congrega- 
tion of Israel .,„ thiS^h &r.nce, and 
''the thuig be hid from the eyes 
of the assembly, and they have 
done „,„^^ ^i^ any of the 

thina which . fU-, T^pn haU' 

eommaodmenta of """ ^^Jt^tJ roiuxming 

oommandad not to Ka rinno anA 
thinit which ahoald not DO OOne, anO 

are guilty; ^ 'when the 'iV^fSS'h'' 
they have sinned against it, is known, 
then the „«-SSSL shaU offer a 
voung bullock for * "'^"ri^"*- and 
bring hl'„ before the uber^ie-of the 
«™^"So^ is And the elders of 
the congregation ^shall lay their 
hands upon the head of the bul- 
lock before the Lord: and the 
bullock shall be killed before 
the Lord, ^e And ^the ^^f" 
that fi^Sototed shall bring of^ the 

blood of the bullock t^ f k„ tent of 

bnUock'a blood **^ "'^ tabernacle of the 

coS^Xn: " and the priest shall 
dip nis finger i„^of tbe blood, 
and sprinkle it seven times be- 
fore the Lord, „^ before the ^j; 
^^ And he shall put „^ of the 
blood upon the horns of the 
altar which is before the Lord, 

that IB m the tabemacle of the^i^egatton, 
{.—rl all the blood ahall he pour out at 
anu BhaU pour out all the blood "l 

the bottSn of the altar of the 
burnt offering, which is ^.t the 

door of the tabem.S?'o?'th"S^i;V"°»- 

18 Anrl >11 the fat thereof ahall he take olffiomlt, 

^^"^ he ahaU take aU his tat from him, 

and bum it upon the altar. 

20 Thua shall he A^. -nrtfk fli~ bullock: 
And he shall QO WltD tne bullS 

as he did "with the bullock 
°OT^ sin oflSsrii^, so shall he do 
with this: "and the priest shall 
make „ atonement for them, and 
'^r shaU be ,^^^^ ^ And 
he shall carry forth the bullock 
'without the camp, and bum h'i, 
as he burned the first bullock: 
it is ^ sin offering for the 

asaembbr. 
oonffregatioo. 

^ When a ruler hatl^Sf^ed. and 

'doeth unwttUnxly anx one of all 
done amnevotitU through ignormnce a^faiiut any of 



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the tblnffB which 
the oommandxiiente of 
Cod ^'^^ oommuided not to 



the Lord his 

Dd6d Dot to Iwi 

conoerning 'things which Bhoold not ^^ 

done, and is guilty; ^' or °if his 
sin, wherein he hath sinned, 

SiSr&'fti'K'oJSeSL'?-, he shall bring 
for hi. obutipn_.^g«^^ a male 



hli oBering, a kid 



without aiSilh! '* and "he shaU 
lay his hand upon the head 
ot the goat, and kill it in the 
place where they kill the burnt 
ofiering before the Lobd: it is a 
sin offering. ^ ■'And the priest 
shall ta^e of the blood of the 
sin offering with his finger, and 
put it upon the horns of the 
altar of burnt offering, and 

Uw blood tberoof Bhall be poor out „f fUp, 
ghaU pour out hi« blood "t lUe 

bSttom of the altar of burnt offer- 

in<r 26 AnrI all the fat thereof shall be burn 
mg. Ana heihaUbumaUblBfat 

upon the altar, as *the iiat of the 
sacrifice of peace offerings : and 
*the priest shall make „ atone- 
ment for him as concerning his 
sin, and ^? shall be foS^'fiim. 

" And •'if "any one of the 
'tcommon people sin '^^^' 

la doing 
Ignorance, wlills be doetn Mome^chat <i0ainj( 

any of the oo.JSSSwnu' of the 

1 /^nn ^"^^ >r>mmanded nnt fn 

•'-^"^ emteemint tnimi' which ouKht ""^ f 

be done, and be guilty ; ^° or if 
his sin, which he hath sinned, 

come to ^1 Icnowledge: then hC SnEll 



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ftriir.iill^«, 

3S. 
e nr. 14. 



<iaMoh.i.4. 

0Ter. aa. 



/Ter.7,18, 
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bring 



for bit oblation a 
hi* offering, a kid of 



goal 
the 



goata. * 



female without blemish, forhis 
sin which he hath sinned. ^ ^And 
he shall lay his hand upon the 
head of the sin offering, and ^ 
the sin offering in the place of 
tk, burnt offenng. ^° And the 
priest shall take of the blood 
thereof with his finger, and put 
it upon the horns of the altar 
of burnt offering, and .gliu"'^S°S^t 

thereof shall be ponr out of fl,» baae nf 
aU the blood ffiereof "■«' ^"^ bottom Ol 

the altar. ^ And Lf .SS '^"t^ 
STu.e'fu'fhSSS; 'as the M is taken 
away from off the sacrifice of 
peace offerings; and the priest 
shall bum it upon the altar for 



ch. a 8, 9. 



k ver. 10, 8L 
ch.as,&. 



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u. 

oho. 10k U, 

16,18 

ft6.7 

AI4.U 

klS.U. 

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3L 



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SL 

PrOT. sa2<. 

ClklBam. 

I4,M,39 

kHatLa&B. 

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ch. T. l' 
t 10.17 
ft 17. 16 

tias 
hao. 17, is^ 
Num. 5,81. 
Cp. Num.al3. 

Uoh. II. 24, 
SB,:;l,S9. 
Ntilil. ISlII, 
19k id. 

b wr. 4, la, 
SMoh. 1. 4. 



a Beech. 12 
&ch. 13 
ftch. la 



r oh. a 14. 

tnr. 10,98. 
ob.a3. 

I Cp. Jnd(. 
1 1. 30. 31 
ft I Sun. 14. !4 

ft 2a 99 

ft Mark an 

ftAcusais. 



"a sweet savour imto the Lord; 
''and the priest shall make „ 
atonement for him, and \l shall 

U- foTglTcn. 
"" forgiven blm. 

°^ And if he bring a lamb 
" hi. oblation foy a sm offering, he 
shall bring it 'a female wiuiout 
blemish. ^^ ^And he shall lay 
his hand upon the head of tl^e 
sin offering, and )^ it for a sin 
ofiering in the place where they 
kill the bunit offering. ^ And 
the priest shall take of the blood 
of the sin offering with his finger, 
and put it upon the horns of the 
altar of burnt offering, and ^ 

the blood thereof shall be ponr oat of 4.T,a 
ponr o«t all the blood thereof *>'«' Wie 

hJSSn of the altar : ^^ and i^.SS 
'S:k?J^arti5'fft''&SSr. 'as the fat 
of the lamb is taken away from 
the sacrifice of the peace ofier- 
ings ; and the priest shall bum 
them „?So the altar, „JSS^ to the 

/vflnrnnrra o' the LoRD made Dy fire . 
Onenn^ niade by fire nnto the Lobd' 

*and the priest shall make „ 
atonement for "» " '"""'^ his 
sin that he hath ooS^td. and ^ 

shall be foriSvenlfim. 

5' And if '^^ sin, '» SS ^ 
^^ the voice of "t*te"^ 
^l^^^ a witness, whether he 
hath seen or ^.n^^T^n- if he do 
not utter it, then he shall "bear 

hin Iniquity: 2 or ojf anjrons tr\nn\\ anv 
Ulo Iniquity. Or " a soul KJUCn any 

unclean thing, whether it be **" 
carcase of an unclean beast, or 
'5* carcase of unclean cattle, or 
the carcase of unclean creep- 
ing things, and ^^ it be hidden 
from um^'gi^^o^Aaii be unclean, 
""" "^"d'^'iur.*^"'' 3 Sf if he touch 
'the uncleanness of man, what- 
soever ^* uncleanness <h«'th1i?'m 
man?i^'lgo'"de"flTc;n?(th.i. and it be hid 
from him; when he knoweth of 
it, then he shaU be |SJ|g; * gj if 

any one 'awear nshlr with hl« lins 
a soul swear, pionoundng "'m »"» ups 

to do evil, or to do good, what- 
soever it be that a man shall 



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'^^^ with an oath, and it be 
hid from him ; when he knoweth 
of it, then he shall be guilty in 
oneof'^-tl,^'^' 6 l^d it shall be, 
when he shall be guilty in one 
of these things, that °he shall 

corneas tnai he h»th »lnned in out Uiino.- 

« and he shall bring 'his t,Sfl« 
<^ering unto the Lord for mi 
an which he hath sinned, a 
fonale from the flock, a lainb 
or a Hd oi^'go^ for a sin offering ; 
aod the priest shall make „ 
atonement for him " concerning 

Ilia ain 7 A ru\ «if >>ta means rmfBoe not for 
mSaUL Ana U •hebenot»bletobring 

a lamb, then he shall bring 

> bit nilt offering for that wherein he bath sinned, 
for bis ttespasa, wbicb he hath committed, 

two 'turtledoves, or two young 
{Mgeons, unto the Lord; one for 
a sin offering, and the other for 
a bomt offering. ° And he shall 
bring th^n unto the priest, who 
shall offer that which is for the 
sin offering first, and '*wring off 
i£ head from uS neck, 'but shall 
Dot divide it asunder: ° and he 
shall sprinkle of the blood of 
die sin offering upon the side 
of the altar; and ^the rest of 
the blood shall be ^^ out 'at 
tbe bSSSa of the altar: it is a sin 
offering. ^ And he shall 'offer 
the second for a burnt offering, 
according to the "^^iSSS": "and 
tbe priest shall make „ atone- 
vamt for him "<»n^n>J°« his sin 
whidi he hath sinned, and j^ 
shall be to^-an.. 

" But if ^SfS:^'to"§fiSr two 
tartledove8,ortwo young pigeons, 

«V_n Via »b»tl bring bis oUation for that 
toen DO that sinned ahaU bring 

••^ulSfeiSr* 'the tenth part 
cf an ephah of fine flour for a 
sin offering; 'be shall put no 
oil upcHi it, neither shall he put 
any frankincense thereon : for it 

ia a. am nflfonn<r l^ And he abaU 
IS a Sm Onermg. Then shall be 

bring it to the priest, and 'the 
priest shall take his handful of 



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NuoL S. 7. 
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d eh. 22. 14. 
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90,34. 

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il ?^1 memorial thereof, and 
bum it on the altar, ,c<^XSto 

tha r>ffoinn(ra <■' ^^^ LoRO made by fire . 

ine onenn^ ^^^ by are unto the lobd ■ 
it is a sm offering. ^^ And 
"the priest shall make „ atone- 
ment for him as touching his 
sin that he hath sinned in ^ 
of these *""«», and ^ shall be 
forgiven him^ &nd the remnant 
shall be the priest's, as *S'^' 
offering. 

'^ And the Lord spake unto 
Moses, saying, ^^ ''If "^Jo^ commit 
a trespass, and sm tbr^^h'tofce, 
in the holy things of the Lord; 
then /he diaU bring ^-fill't^'^ 
unto the ^^ a ram without 
blemish out of the "°^bcTS°^u? *° 
thy estimation MS'eMSlfv'^ after 
*the shekel of the sanctuary, for 
a trMiS^ offering: ''° and he shall 
make ~«Sr for v£t^'^ he 
hath ^"t^^ m the holy thing, 
and ^shall add the fifth part 
thereto, and give it unto the 
priest: "and the priest shall 
make „ atonement for him with 
the ram of the trSS^w offering, 
and \t shaU be foS^^-Sim. 

" And "if 't^^ sm, and „*°ut 
any of ^^ things which ^,Srwa£n 

hath commanded not to be done 
to be done bj the conunandmenta of the Lord 9 

"though he ^ it not, yet is 
he guilty, and shall bear his 
iniquity. ''^^ And he shall bring 
a ram without Uemish out of the 
flock, "*<«Sth* ^ thy estimation, for 
a tnSoLn offering, unto the priest: 
°anathe priest shall make .a 
atonement for him concerning 
w?V*SJSoe whereui he erred 

nnwl^^ Md knew Jj ^ot. Slid ^ 

shaU be ,„§*"?]„. ^^ It is a 
t4?^ offering: he ^ certainly 
t«SSii2id^7n.t the LoRa 

6'' And the Lord spake unto 
Moses, saying, ^ If ^w^* 
sin, and 'commit a trespass 
agamst the Lord, and '''%'S'^"' 



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his neighbour in thXSB'cf ^1rS?;!ied 

or of >lMrgalii. or ot robbeiT, 
him to keep, or In *f ellomhlp, or In s Ihing taken 

or nave 'oppreesed }iia noiirh 

»w»jr by violence, or lath deoeived "»= ueittD- 

bour; ^ or ''have found that 
which was lost, and ueuTiSIIJning 

therein, nnd 'swear to a lie . in onv t\f nil 
it, and Bweareth fataely > •" "Uj OI 811 

these that a man doeth, sinning 
therein: * then it shall be, bJuue 
he hath sinned, and is guilty, 
that he shall restore that which 
he took TiM"?;^. or the thing 
'which he hath •^iSiSTuSS'SSSr or 

""^•r" which was dSJS^'Ifmrfen. 

or the lost thing which he found, 
* or "a thl"!* about which he hath 
sworn falsely; he shall even 
*re8tore it in the ^pai. and 
shall add the fifth part more 
iheietk'' 'iSd kive it unto him to whom 
it appertaineth »h»u i" «»" ", tin 
the dav of his 'llSSpIr^riBS^- 
° And he shall bring his t^i^ 
offering unto the Lord, *a ram 
without blemish out of the flock, 
•°"^^* *° thy estimation, for a 
t^^iu offering, imto the priest: 
^ "and the priest shall make „ 
atonement for him before the 
JSS?, and ^? shaU be {SgJSi.S1S^ 

whataoever he doeth ao aa to be guilty thereby, 
thing of all tliat he hath done in tieaiaanng therein. 



B And the Lord spake unto 
Moses, saying, ° Command Aaron 
and his sons, saying, This is the 
law of the burnt offering: it u ^e 

Kiimt- offering ahall be <on the hearth nnnn 
DUmi offering. } becaoae of the bomtng UpOU 

the altar all night unto the SS%; 
and the fire of the altar shall be 
*•«* burning XT' '° And 'the 
priest shaU put on his linen 
garment^ and nis linen breeches 
shall he put upon his SSh.' ^"^ 
'^•^ take up the ashes tffl^*" 
the fire hath consiuned «tu, the 
burnt offering on the altar, and 
he shall put them "beside the 
altar. " And "he shall put off 
his garments, and put on other 



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10. 

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<«h. IBlU. 

Ez.sa.li. 



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p oh. 2.1. 
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A Nam. S. 7. 
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teh.9.>.l<li 
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di. lacil 

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itdl.2.11. 
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Beb.] 

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oh. 2. 1 
4 7.1. 

9 oh. 7. & 
Num. laMi 



rch. lai 
Eick.44.u. 
8oeEz.SS. 



• Ez.aav 

Oo. » (nw.1. 

8m oh. 22. 1-7. 

<Ez.2ai,l. 



K ch. I. M. 
i>ch.S.lI. 

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■rch. laSl 
Eick.42. U 
&44,I*. 



garments, and carry forth the 
ashes ''without the camp unto a 
clean place. ^^ And tlie nre upon 
the altar shall be *"''' burning 
"^rS^ it shaU not y^'^T^u and 
the priest shall buni wood on it 
every SSSlS|,= and ^ •>»" lay the 
burnt offenng in order upon }{•, 
and be shall oum thereon -^the 
£Bit of the peace offerings, ^^r^n 
shall ^^£^ burning upon the sJtar 

conUnnaUjr . ij ghjjl ^ot^ „(, ^^^^ 

■^ And this is the law of <'the 
™^ offering: the sons of Aaron 
shall offer it before the Lord, 
before the altar. ^° And he shall 
take '" 'SfT"" his handfiil, of the 
^ flour of the S^ offering, and 
of the oil thereof, and all the 
frankincense which is upon the 
£S^ offering, and shall oum it 
upon the altar for a sweet savour, 
e^-'the memorial '^f??'- unto the 
Lord. '« And ''^elitS.JSeV'" there- 
of shall Aaron and his sons eat : 

It shall be eaten wlthont leaven Mn a 
with unleavened bread shall It be eaten In the 

holy place ; in the court of the 

tabernacle of° Uie oonpeoUoo they shall 

eat it '''' "It snail not be baken 
with leaven. *I have given it 
•nfo <5Sm /or their portion of my 
offerings made by fire; *it is 
most holy, as <, the sin offering, 
and as the tSiiis. offering. ^s'^fS 
£S|^ among the children of Aaron 
shall eat of ,t. „'^ hT^t, for 

»— „- throughout vr>iir generations, from 
. _ '". J "^^V^peneiationa concerning 



the offerine 



ings 
by fire: ^"^i^ 
shall be 



of the Lord made 
toncheth them 



18 



oly. 



Sad the Lord siMtke unto 
Moses, saying, ^ 'This is the 
%eri« of Aaron and of his sons, 
yrfuai they shall offer unto the 
Lord in the day when he is 
anointed ; *the tenth part of an 
ephah of fine flour for a S!^ 
offering "^S^^- half of it in the 



A-V. •Or,to_ 
I Or,/lH- tie Inmint. 



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[Chap. 7, v. 14 



morning, and half thereof ^"^^ 
'^^ ="o»*to't^'"it8haUbe 
made with oU; aJl^'i^Vl^iS^ 
thou Shalt bring it in: oJ^uje 

iVMtlri^ji niiwa ib^t tboa offer Oia meal 
OaKen pieces oj the meat offering ehalt 

tSS^m for a Bwe^ eavour unto 
the Lord. '^ And ibe „^t^t^ 
^SS* that to'^to'Sxi in his stead 

ln» «»<»« hi. WOB aljjJl Qfl-gp Jj. . ^b7^ 

a statute for ever ™;**afLS«„, 

^ offering f^ ihe priest shall 
be wholly burnt: it shall not 
be eaten. 

^ And the Lord spake unto 
Moses, saying, ^^ Speak unto 
Aaron and to his sons, saying, 
•This is the law of the sin offer- 
ing: '^ the place where the 
biunt offering is killed shall the 
sin <^erin^ be killed before the 
Lord: *it is most holy. '^ 'THie 
ftiest thai offereth it for sin shall 
eat it: '"in tSa holy place shall 
it be eaten, in the court of the 

lent of .meeting. 21 'nXIIhat 

tri>enda ot tbe congregsUon. W "^*r 

soever shall touch the flesh 
thereof shiJl be holy : and when 
there is sprinkled of the blood 
tfiereof upon any garment, thou 
shalt wasn that whereon it was 
sprinkled in th^ holy place. ^But 
'the earthen vessel wherein it is 
sodden 'shall be broken : and if 
it be sodden in a brasen ^^^ it 
shall be both scoured, and rinsed 
in water. =9 ^«r ^ among 
the priests shall eat thereof: 
*it is most holy. ^ "And no 
sin offering, whereof any of the 
Uood is brought into the tsul^ie 

of raeetlas to m«ke etoaemoit :„ t\to 
at tbe eonmgatkn to reooncile KiOutl "^ ''"■^ 

holy place, shall be eaten: it 
shall be burnt ^^ fire. 

7' LttSri- "this is the law of 
the ^SZ» offering: *it is 
most holy. * *In the place 
where they kill the burnt offering 
shall they kill the ^^^ offering: 



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/0ll.&lS,«. 



kcll.a.»,M 
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<8mc)i.4. 

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IS. 

Num. la 9, la. 
Eiek. 44^*7— 
991 

mver. ]& 

it8e«Tar.U. 

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Num. la 9l 
Eiek.44.a. 

p ch. 2. 7. 

ffoh.2.0 
kk.n. 



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S3 

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83 

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<ch.ai 

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II dl. 4.7,11, 
12,18,11 

& ia9>. 
Hab. la 11. 
Cp. Tcr. 99, 99 

jtdi. laia 

ldl.2.4. 

Niim.ai&. 
»ah.a>i. 



rSMdLS 

*a.i-7. 

• Ter. 17. 
adi.ai7. 
98. 
b^b. ass. 



<!Bx.2a97, 



and the blood thereof shall he 

arannlrloOKO" t'>Bi^t*"0'>i>d about. 3 An<1 
SpnUKie round about upon the altar. AUU 

he shall offer of it "all the £Ett 
thereof; the 'S^ and the fat that 
covereth the inwards, * and the 
two kidneys, and the fat tlut is 
on them, which is by the ^^ 
and the caul ouu'S^hon the liver, 
••with the kidneys, it slmll he take 
away: ^ and the priest shall bum 
them upon the altar for an offer- 
ing made by fire unto the Lord: 
it is a trl?iiL offering, o /Every 
male among the priests shall eat 
thereof: it shall be eaten in the 
holy place: 'it is most holy. 

7 Aa i»^the sin offering; nr> in thft IflB 
AS the sin oLerlng «, BO 18 IQe trasnas 

offering: there is one law for 

than : the priest that maketh 

atonement tSSS^ih"" shall have 

it. * And the priest that offereth 

any man's burnt offering, even 

the priest shall have to himself 

the skin of the burnt offering 

which he hath offered. ° And 

^"JTe SSi offering that is baken 

in the oven, and all that is dressed 

^ the gJSI'S' and .«S the '»»|^p«. 

shall be the priest's that ofiereth 

it '° And every S^ offering, 

mingled with oil, ^ dry, shsA 

all the sons of Aaron have, one 

S"^ as another. 

" And *this is the law of the 

sacrifice of peace offerings, which 

^ shall offer unto the Lord. 

^^ If he offer it for a tiianks- 

giving, then he shall offer with 

the sacrifice of thanksgiving *un- 

leavened cakes mingled with oiL 

and unleavened wafers anointed 

with oil, and cakes mingled 

with oil, of fine ^ur."'?S5l?- 
13 -With »k«i^oM..™j«d b~d he ghall 

offer f„ his offeringtS^i^Sd braad with 
the sacrifice of '%,^^p??,^tTJ^ 
pSS^eTiSk '* And of It he shall 
offer one out of tba*^l^e oblation 
for "an heave offering imto the 



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[Chap. 7, v. 34 



jjf^'*<i«d "it shall be the priest's 
tbutt sprinkletii the blood of the 
peace offerings. ^' And the 
flesh of the sacrifice of his peace 
ofiermgs 'for thanksgiving shall 
be eaten ^S^^^ day -<>"'.'. pWion 



. that It Is ofTered ) 

he shall not leave any of it until 
the morning. ^^ But "if the 
sacrifice of his °^'SriSS be a vow, 
or a ,,SiSS^ offering, it shall be 
eaten theaiSe day that he offereth 
his sacrifice : and on the morrow 
"aL''ulS''re^a&'?^ of it shaU be 
eaten: "but '»-'th%'H^™13Sit'"'"' of 
the flesh of the sacrifice on the 
third day shall be burnt with fire. 
^ And u any of the flesh of the 
sacrifice of his peace offering 
be eaten «t aii on the third day, it 
shall not be accepted, neither 
shall it be imputed unto him 
that offereth it: it shall be 
an -^abomination, and the soul 
that eateth of it shall bear his 
iniquity. ^° And the flesh that 
toucheth any unclean thing shall 
not be eaten; it shall be burnt 
with fcS M^ as for the flesh, 
•«2i°~ tiiat & clean shall eat 
thlJSr '^"flit the soul that eateth 
of the flesh of the sacrifice of 
peace offerings, that pertain unto 
the Lord, ^having his unclean- 
ness upon him, ,ven that soul 
'shall be cut off from his people. 
" M^.SSv'Stg/SJ.rtgat BhaU touch any 
unclean thing, u '"the unclean- 
ness of man, or „*°, "unclean 

Vioaa^- ni. anv 'unclean abominaUon, 
IKOah, UI auj abominable uacieaa thint, 

and eat of the flesh of the sacrifice 
of peace offerings, which pertain 
unto the Lord, ^y^ that soul 
'shall be cut off from his people. 
^ And the Lord spake unto 
Moses, saying, ^^ Speak unto the 
children of Israel, saying, ''Ye 
shall eat no maonerof "^t, of ox, 
or of sheep, or of ffoat "* And 



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itself and the fat of that which 
is torn .,^{1, beasts, may be used 
'S any other "Si'*: but ye shall 
in no wise eat of it. " For 
whosoever eateth the fat of the 
beast, of which men offer an 
offering made by fire unto the 
Lord, even the soul that eateth 
it 'shall be cut off from his 
peopla '^^Mo^^rar 7^ shall eat 
no manner of blood, whether it 
be of fowl or of beast, in any of 
your dwellings. " w^SuS^'S»i 
It be that eateth any „„n„er of 
blood, even that soul 'shall be 
cut off from his people. 

™ And the Lord spake unto 
Moses, saying, ^° Speak unto the 
children of Israel, saying, *He 
that offereth the sacrifice of his 
peace ofibrings unto the Lord 
shall bring his oblation unto 
the Lord °"' of the sacrifice of 
his peace §!f|fl2g.= ^o 'w. 0,^^ 
hands shaU bring the offerings 
of the Lord made by ^ the 
fat with the biSStf^it shall he 
bring, that 'the breast may be 
wav»i for a wave ofiering before 
the Lord. ^ 'And the priest 
shall bum the £at upon the 
altar: but ^tiie breast shall be 
Aaron's and his sons'. *^And 
>the right .hSfiSi, shall ye give 
unto me priest for an heave 
offering °"^ of the sacrifices of 
your peace offerings. ^ He 
among the sons of Aaron, that 
offereth the blood of the peace 
ofibrings, and the fat, shall have 
the right ^^A for "ft^SiS- ^For 
^the wave breast and tixe ■'heave 
^Jl^„ have I taken of the 
children of Israel Ci ^j the 
sacrifices of their peace offerings, 
^and have given them unto Aaron 
the priest and unto his sons 
hr" rtState for ever from 
children of Israel 



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35 Thia Isthe'uioliithig-pattlon «f 
XaiS uOuporiuMOttiMtaoMiat **'■ 

Aaron, and %'SSi°^'iS3l"' of his 
sons, out of the offerings of the 
Lord made by fire, in the day 
when he presented them to 
minister onto the Lord in the 
priest's oflSce ; ^ which the Lord 
(XHunanded to be given them of 
the children of Israel, *in the day 
that he anointed gJS; e^ V.it'JSS for 
ever throoghont their genera- 
tiooi. ^ This is the Eiw 'of 
the burnt offering, of the ^ 
offsting, and of the sin offering, 
and ^of the t.^^ offermg, and 
'of the SSSS& and *of the 
sacrifice of the peace offerings; 
" whidi the Lord commanded 
Hoses in mount Sinai, in the 
day that he commanded the 
duldren of Israel -'to offer their 
oblations onto the Lord, in the 
wilderness of SinaL 

Q ^*And the Lord spake unto 
Q Moses, saying, ^ Take Aaron 
and his sons with him, and 
*the garments, and "the anoint- 
ii^ (m, and *^' bullock f^ the sin 
offering, and ''"' two rams, and 
'^ basket of onleavened bread ; 
* and "^S* thou all the con- 
gregation to«eth«niito the door of 

flwt tent of meeting. * knA 

uie tmlnniKia of tha congntaUon. AHU 

Moses did as the Lord com- 
nuoded him; and the "'^^^ 

was »iiJ3fSSS^ni.to the door of 



tluk to' of meetiog. 5 A nH 

I>"0 Ubamela of tbe ooogngaUon. iUlU 

Moses said unto the congrega- 
tion. This is the thing which 
tbe Lord '"*'* commanded to be 
done. ° And Moses brought 
Aaron and his sons, and washed 
them with water. ^ 'And he put 
upon him "the coat, and girded 
turn with the girdle, and clothed 
him with the robe, and put the 
eohod upon him, and he girded 
Km wifib the ''"^.S'Ju.'^.'"*' 






tdLai.u. 
Ex. 2a M, IT. 



cch.ai3,ao. 

Ex.4au-u. 

dStxXx.ao. 



• ch. 6. >. 14, 



/T=. 1. 

gch.a.M. 
Ex.siai. 

k TOT. 11. 



ioh.ai. 10, 

IS. 

KLsaaoi 
Ps. isax 

£ocllu.4&U. 

>ch. i.a. 



m8«e£z. 
2a2— «. 

ii8MEx.aa 



• oh. 4. 4 
)>ch.4,f. 

E»k.4a2l), 
Cpi.Beb,asa 



ich.a4 
rEz.sai,4. 



• 011.4.11,12. 

leeBoclni. 

4S.e-ij. 
»Bx.aa.t. 



of the ephod, and 
unto him therewitL 



bound it 
° And he 



"^ the breastplate upon him: 

and *in the breastplate he put > Aia TTinm 
aUo ha put In the breartpUte l"© '-' "«» 



also he put in the breastplate 

and the Thummim. ^ And he 
jSt "the *mitre upon his head ; £2 
*upon the 'mitre, ^n^lbS'^TOnrnt. 
did he 55\ the golden plate, the 
holy crown; as the Lord com- 
manded Moses. ^° ''And Moses 
took the anointing oil, and 
anointed the tabernacle and all 
that was therein, and sanctified 
them. ^^ And he sprinkled there- 
of upon the altar seven times, 
and anointed the altar and all 
'h^, vessels, bol the laver and 
!ig,^ to sanctify them. ^^ And 
he 'poured of the anointing oil 
upon Aaron's head, and anointed 
hun, to sanctify him. ^* And 
Moses brought Aaron's sons, and 

''jS'tlli'uV-'^l'^^ »"d ^'^^ *^®™ 

with girdles, and "^Stb^yta" «pon 
them; as the Lord commanded 
Moses. ^* And he brought 'the 
bullock (^ the sin offering : and 
Aaron and his sons "laid their 
lumds upon the head of the bul- 
lock fOT the sin offering. ^^ And 
he slew it; ^and Moses took the 
blood, and put it upon the horns 
of the altar round about with 
his finger, and purified the altar, 
and poured °°' the blood at the 
t£^ of the altar, and sancti- 
fied it, to make r^*S^^VSU it- 
1° «And he took all the fat that 
was upon the inwards, and the 
caul ail« the liver, and the two 
kidneys, and their fiat, and Moses 
burned it upon the altar. " But 
•the bullock, and "•hiS'iSjirwi'' 
flesh, and LV, dung, he burnt 
with fire without the camp; as 
the Lord commanded Moses. 
18 "And he ^^ the ram tt the 
burnt offering: and Aaron and 
his sons laid their hands upon 



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the head of the ram. ^® And he 
killed 1': and Moses sprinkled 
the blo<ra upon the altar round 
about ^ And he cut the ram 
into '*• pieces ; and Moses burnt 
'the head, and the pieces, and 
the hL ^ And he washed the 
inwards and the legs ^^ water ; 
and Moses burnt the whole ram 
tipon the altar: it was a biumt 

offering ff,- g. aiirA/>f UTOur: it n« ~n 
■Mriflce lOr a sweet savour, and an 

offering made by fire unto the 
Lord; as the Lord commanded 
Moses. 22 And "he '^^^ the 
other ram, the ram of consecra- 
tion: and Aaron and his sons 
laid their hands upon the head 
of the ram. '^ And he slew it; 
and Moses took of the blood 
"oml'* and put it <*upon the tip 
of Aaron's right ear, and upon 
the thumb of his right hand, 
and upon the great toe of his 
right foot ** And he brought 
Aaron's sons, and Moses put of 
the blood upon the tip of their 
right ear, and upon the ^^^ of 
their right ^"Sjj, and upon the 
great t^ of their right \^^ : and 
Moses sprinkled the blood upon 
the altar round about ^^ And 
he took the fat, and the '^^^ 
and all the fat that was upon 
the inwards, and the caul ^^ 
the liver, and the two kidneys, 
and their &t, and the right 
.ho*i^«: '° and out of the basket 
of unleavened bread, that was 
before the Lord, he took one 
unleavened cake, and ™* cake 
of oiled bread, and one wafer, 
and P^ST* them on the fat, and 
upon the right .h'oifder: " and he 
put ""Ji*""" upon %^a?SS.',^Js:°''' 

OTtA iinnn the nandB of his soqb, anA 

anu upon u, g„a^ j^^^ ana 
waved them for a wave offering 
before the Lord. ^ And Moses 
took them from off their hands, 
and burnt them on the altar upon 



t Ex. saw. 
Num. 3.8. 



d 8«e oh. 14. 

14-17. 



<E<dL4a. 



/Num.a.7 
ft am 
Dcut. ILL 
I Kin. 2.3. 
Zech.3.7. 



fBMk.43. 



the burnt offering: they were 
'c^SJSSSoM for a sweet savour: 
it 'g* an offering made by fire 
unto the Lord. ^ And Moses 
took the breast^ and waved it 
for a wave offering before the 
Lord: itv^^c^v«»on ^f ^^ ^^jj^ 

of consecration ,t ,^ mo.«^ i»rt ; as 
the Lord commanded Moses. 
^° And ^ Moses took of the 
anointing oil, and of the blood 
which was upon the altar, and 
sprinkled it upon Aaron, a^ 
upon his garments, and upon 
his sons, and upon his sons' gar- 
ments wiHi him; and sanctified 
Aaron, and his garments, and his 
sons, and his sons' garments 
with him. ^ And Moses said 
unto Aaron and to his sons, 
Boil the flesh at the door of 

tha t«°t of meeting , anA 

""*' tabernacle of the congmation • "•UU 

there eat it ^^ the bread that 
is in the basket of ^^SSuoS. 'as 
I commanded, saying, Aaron and 
his sons shall eat it ^^ And 
that which remaineth of the 
flesh and of the bread shaJl 
ye bum with fire. ^ And ye 
shall not go out *?/" the door of 

t}\a l^"!' of meeting aovon 

w«3 tabeiDBCIe of the congregation in Bcvcu 

days, until the days of your 

onmuv'rat.inn Vw> nillUled . . |U_ 



consecration be J'JS^^:' for 

he 'eliall 'oonKorate tod aeven days. 34 A a 
seven days shall he consecrate yoo. -^^^ 

'S?hSS° done this day, so the 
Lord hath commanded to do, 
to make ,„ atonement for you. 

Therefore B^ ye abide at the doOr 

nf f Ha ^"^ °' meeting shall ye abide Ha tr 

J . t»bemacle of the congregation Qay 

and night seven days, and -^keep 
the charge of the Lord, that ye 
die not : for so I am commanded. 
^ ^ Aaron and his sons did all 
""* things which the Lord com- 
manded by the hand of Moses. 

^ And 'it came to pass on 
Q the eighth day, that Moses 
^ called Aaron and his sons, 
and the elders of Israel ; ' and 



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he said unto Aaron, "Take thee 
a ^^ig calf for a sm offering, 
and *a ram for a biumt offer- 
ing, without blemish, and offer 
them before the Lord. ° And 
unto the children of Israel thou 
shalt speak, saying, 'Take ye a 
HdrftS?i»u for a sin offering ; and 
a calf aad a lamb, both of the 
first year, without blemish, for a 
burnt offering; * AtaS^.taS^ and 
a ram for peace offerings, to 
sacrifice before the Lord; and 
*a £^ offering mingled with oil : 
for '£^ the Lord ,SfF?^ unto 
you. * And they brought that 
which Moees commanded before 

fli~ t«nt of meeting anH 

me tabsrnaela of the congragation • *"!" 

all the congregation drew near 
and stood before the Lord. 
^And Moees said. This is the 
thing which the Lord com- 
manded that ye should do : and 
the glory of the Lord shall 
appear unto you. ^ And Moees 
said unto Aaron, '*'go'"" unto 
the altar, and 'offer thy sin 
offering, and thy burnt offering, 
and make ^ atonement for thy- 
ad^ and for the people: and 
'offer the °S^ of the people, 
and make „ atonement for 
tiiem ; as the Lord commanded. 
" iL^^'S^^^i imto the altar, 
and slew the calf of the sin 
dSering, which was for himself 
• "And the sons of Aaron 'S^^ 
die blood unto him: and he 
dipped his finger in the blood, 
and "put it upon the horns of 
the ahar, and poured out the 
Uood at the b^m of the altar: 
*• *bnt the fat, and the kidneys, 
and the caul .^, the liver of 
the sin offering, he burnt upon 
the altar; "as the Lord com- 
manded Moses. ^^ ^And the 
fleah and the ^^ he burnt with 
fire without tibe camp. '^ And 



ach.4.S 
*a 14. 
lix.28LL 

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<ch. 1.5 
*aill 
dtik.a.K. 



«ch. 4. 2S. 

CixEBaai7. 

/Ob. an. 



ff T«r. 8, 7. 
Hsb. 2.1V 



A Ter. IT. 
eh. 0.4. 

i Ter. 6, 2A. 
Ex.2SL4aL 

ySwoh.a 

:cii.i.>,io. 

mch. &10. 

KTer, 4. 
oh. 2. 1,9. 



«Ex.asLa8, 

Ml 



p oh. a 1. la, 

la 



oeh.4. & 
Heb. a 1—3 
*7.*7 

*ai. 



roh.4. M, 
•0. 
<ch.a>,>, 

14 

i*.a 

47.S. 

ioh.a>.u. 



nob. 4.* 
*ai& 
• Ex. 2a M, 

» 

Seo oh. 7. 30— 
34 

wSeoob. 4. 
7. 

xCix Loko 
24. W. 

V Dent 21. 8. 
See Num. 
a2»-f7. 

<eh.aM. 



och.4.a 
k oh. 4. II 

*an. 
e Ter. 4, a 

Cv. Num. 14. 

& la 19, 41 
tao.i,aL 



he slew the burnt offering; and 
Aaron's sons i^^ unto him 
the blood, JSeh b® "sprinkled 

it upon the altar round about 13 d Anrl 
round about upon the altar. .iiiiu 

they pS^ the burnt offering 
unto him, with'th°e%?«M"th4™of, and 
the head: and he burnt them 
upon the altar. '* •'And he 
did^h the inwards and the legs, 
and burnt them upon the burnt 
offering on the sdtar. ^^ 'And 

I,A iireeented *\,o, mv\n\i>'a oblation, 

ue brought M16 peoples offering, 

arttt fn/\lr f Via Koat of the (in offering 

ana took tne goat. wUch v>a$ the «l5 

"Sfltei™ for the people, and slew 
it, and ^offered it for sin, *a8 
the first « And he "JS^ the 
burnt offering, and offeredit 'ac- 
cording to the "."S^r"- " And 



he "^^^^ "the SSi offering, and 
f^k'iiS mnftJr^'?; and burnt it 
upon the altar, 'bSidf the burnt 
£rifl^ of the morning. ^^ He 
slew also the bnfiSck and the SS" 
/^\ sacrifice of peace offerings, 
which was for the people: and 
Aaron's sons JSlJ^ unto him 
the blood, 'lleh^'rtrinl^iJii upon 
the altar roimd about, ''^ and 
the fat of the bum^k and of 
the ram, the '^' and that 
which covereth 'the inwards, 
and the kidneys, and the caul 
a6^ the liver: 2° and they put 
the fat upon the breasts, 'and 
he burnt the fat upon the altar: 
^ and the breasts and the right 
shmlSer Aarou wavcd 'for a wave 
offering before the Lord; as 
Moses commanded. ^ And 
Aaron "Ufted up his fe^ to- 
ward the people, and "blessed 
this,' and "• came down from 
offering of the sin offering, and 
the burnt offering, and **" peace 
offerings. ^ And Moses and 
Aaron went into the uberJSSie°of the 
«oSS?^tfen. and came out, and 
blessed the people: and "the 
glory of the Lord appeared 



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onto all the people. ^ And 
'there came i"^ JS from before 
the Lord, and consumed upon 
the altar the burnt offering and 

ty\a fat' '"d when all the people ww it, 
lUO Uil/ . ,^(^ when all the people law, 

"they shouted, and ''fell on their 
faces. 

'' And ■nS'adab and Abihu, 
10 ^^^ ^°^ ^^ Aaron, 'took 
eRhSr of them his censer, 
and put fire therein, and ^t 
incense thereon, and offered 
'strange fire before the Lord, 

iirKif>li liA l»xl not oommanded them. 
WUll/U ue oommaoded them not. 

=»And there "^„\S.'?' fire from 
'*'°" the Lord, and devoured 
them, and they died before the 
Lord. ^ Then Moses said unto 
Aaron, This is it that the Lord 
spake, saying, I will be sanctified 
in them 'that 'come nigh me, 
and before all the people '"I will 
be glorified. "Ana Aaron held 
his peace. * And Moses called 
Mishael and Elzaphan, the sons 
of 'Uzziel the uncle of Aaron, 
and said unto them, ^SSe near, 
carry your brethren from before 
the sanctuary out of the camp. 
' So they J.™'t near, and carried 
them in their coats out of the 
camp; aa Moses had said. °And 
Moses said unto Aaron, and unto 
Eleazar and unto Ithamar, his 

Hnnn *'^^ not the hair of your heads go looae, 
ovuo, UncoTer not your heads, 

neither rend your clothes ; 

that re die not, nnH that he be not 'wroth with 
Ian ye die, <uiu i„i wrath come apon 

all the ""^SSiJ"": but let your 
brethren, the whole house of 
Israel, bewail the burning which 
the Lord hath kindled. ^ 'And 
ye shall not go out from the 

licmr nf iha ^°t °' meeting, 

UOOr 01 tne ubemacle of the oongragaUon, 

lest ye die: "for the anointing 
oil of the Lord is upon you. 
And they did according to the 
word of Moses. 

° And the Lord spake unto 



aEmck.**. 
SI. 
Cp.Nnm.e. 

3,20 

& Lakt I. IS 
&1 Tim. a J, 8. 
b Upi Jadi. 

e. 21 

Jt i3.]a,>o 

k 1 Kin. la :» 

1 1 Chr. 21. S» 

& 2 Chr. 7. 1 

i 2 Mao. 2. 10, 

11. 

eCp^ Em 
8.1L 

<iCp.lKln. 

ie.a) 

* 3 Chr. 7. 1. 

»ch. n.« 

4 20. 2IS. 
Elck. 22. 26 

fch. la 1. 
Ei. 6. 2^ 

* 28. 1. 
Nutil. 3. 4 
i 23. 61. 

1 Clir. 24. 1 
(rCp. Niun. 

■a J8. 

la oil. 14. «. 
1)eat.24.8. 
Neh. a 1, 8, g. 
Cp. Jer. la 18 
& Hal. 2. 7. 

<£i.aaai. 

fokaM. 
Num. laSSw 
Cp.2Sais. 
a 7. 

tokau. 
If urn. la *, 10. 

i ch. 21. 17, 
2L 

nEsek.2a 
SI. 

N8eech.a 
17. 

DCp. Fasg. 
». 

pSz.aia, 
u. 
Num. a IS, ao. 

aetL3. t 

*aia 
r ch. 7. n, 

Ex. 2a as, M, 

27. 

Num. la U. 



s ch. la « 
ft 21. 10. 
Esck.S4.M, 
17. 

Ich.7.n,». 

11 NuoL I, 03 

ne.tt,4t 
ft ia& 
Jwli. 7. 1 

ft 22.1^201 



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rckaaa. 



Aaron, saying, » D;^o'?drink wine 
nor strong drink, thou, nor thy 
sons with thee, when ye go into 

f Ha ^"t o' meeting, that ye die not . 

tiic tabernacle of the congregnUon, lest ye die * 

it shall be a statute for ever 
throughout your generations: 
^° and 'that ye may "put dif- 
ference between ""• holy and 
'^nShX°°' and between *^« un- 
clean and "" clean; '' and '*that 
ye may teach the children of 
Israel all the statutes which the 
Lord hath spoken unto them by 
the hand of Moses. 

^^ And Moses spake unto 
Aaron, and unto Meazar and 
unto Ithamar, his sons that 
were left, Take *the SSt offering 
that remaineth of the offerings 
of the Lord made by fire, and 
eat it without leaven beside 
the altar: for "it is most holy: 
^^ and ye shall eat it in the holy 
place, because it is thy due, and 
thy sons' due, of the ^i^ of 
the Lord made by fire: for 'so 
I am commanded. ''^And 'the 
wave breast and "" heave ,h?Jfdi» 
shall ye eat in a clean place; 
thou, and thy sons, and thy 
daughters with thee: for they 
aregi^na. thy duc, and thy sons' 

due, «Atei are riven OUt of the 

sacrifices of ^' peace offerings 
of the children of Israel ^^ 'The 
heave .holder and the wave breast 
shall they bring with the offer- 
ings made by ure of the fat, to 
wave it for a wave offering 
before the {:g;;;! and it shall be 
thine, and thy sons' with thee, 
by" rtitute for ever; as the Lord 
hath conunanded. 

^° And Moses diligently sought 
*the goat of the sin offering, 
and, behold, it was burnt: and 
he was angry with Eleazar and 
^*'^ Ithamar, the sons of Aaron 
«*Sf!«7e7e}?2ji«, Baj-ing, " »Where- 



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fore have ye not eaten the sin 
offering in the "^ t>^\j^'*°^- 
seeing "it is most holy, and 
^ hath given it you 'to bear 
the iniquity of the congregation, 
to make atonement for them 
before the Lord? ^^ Behold, 
^the blood of it was not brought 

into Ui* •sDCtnuT within . „„ oVimilrl 
ia within the holr place ■ J^ SnOUlQ 

•gSeSS' have eaten it in the 
ffl;«^S^' «as I commanded. ^^And 
Aaron *Sm unto Moses, Behold, 
*this day have they offered their 
sin offering and their burnt 
offering before the Lord; and 

thaiQ h&*a bsfallen me such thinga as (heM . 
ancli things have befallen me 

and if I had eaten the sia offering 

t»<iar, /would it havo fww>n well-pleaaing 
to^; ahouW "> nave Oeen accepted 

in the sight of the Lord? 
^And when Moses heard that, 

It yrga '>raU-pl«aaiiiK In hii sight. 

' And the Lord spake 
XX ^^^ Moses and to Aaron, 
saying unto them, ^ Speak 
unto the children of Israel, say- 
ing *The8e are the "''^jJJI-* 
which ye shall eat among all 
the beasts that are on the earth. 
' Whatsoever parteth the hoof, 
and is clovenfooted, and "chew- 
eth the end, among the beasts, 
that shall ye eat. ^Nevertheless 
these shaU ye not eat of them 
that diew tne cud, or of them 
^^ J^ the hoof: „, the camel, 
because he *cheweth the ^d. but 
Jii^ Bot the SSSJ'. he is unclean 
unto you. * And the '"coney, 
because he 'cheweth the ^d, but 
J^iSlai not the ^^ he is unclean 
unto you. ^ And the hare, 
because ^ "cheweth the ^^ but 
^SSol not the feSf/b? is nnclean 
imto yon. ^ And the swine, 
^SSSr he ^5S? the hoof, and fe 
clovenfooted, j^\^ cheweth not 
the St; 'he is unclean "g" yo"- 



<£ob.S.8;U. 
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/Jer. e. ID 
k 14. 12. 
UOS.Q. 4. 
UaL 1.10,1s 
It a. a. 



(rJobsass. 

SOL 

M.ilt. M.SS 
(tti- i'<rmK.X 
lAik- 17. 37 
(mi;, fur mg.). 
A For Ter. 

1-47, 

KOU IJ«llU 14. 

»— '20. 

Cli. Matt 

19. 11 

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la 

t Acts la IS- 
IS 

ft II. (t-0 

t Kr.ni, 14. 14 

* I Cor. a s 

* Coi. 2. IS, a 

* HeK 9. 10. 
<Jobs&7. 
y Job aa ss. 

t Pi. 102. S 
(Beb.). 

I IkL S4. II 
(Hell). 

mPi. 102. 0. 
laai. 34. IL 
Zeph. 2. 14. 

nlML2 90. 

oPl 104.18. 

FroT. saw. 



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Cp.IUt«.&4 

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aCp.IiaL 

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« Of their flesh Saf{",'i not eat,* 
and their '^^^^St.^ni^ not touch; 
they are unclean °^ you. 

° These shall ye eat of all that 
are in the waters: whatsoever 
hath fins and scales in the 
waters, in the seas, and in the 
rivers, them shall ye eat. '"And 
all that have not fins and scales 
in the seas, and in the rivers, of 
all that move in the waters, and 

fxf aU the livinir cieatnres that are i„ iha 
01 any UVmg tj,jng ^ueh u 1" lUe 

waters, they ji^'j, an "abomina- 
tion nntn '°"> ll ■¥■* they shall be 
I/IUU UIllU yooj They shall bo eren 

'an abomination unto you : ye 
shall not eat of their flesh, 

and their carcases ye shall have {n aVmniina 
bnt ye shall have their carcases ^ aOOmma- 

tion. ''^ Whatsoever hath no fins 
nor scales in the waters, that 
aJu be 'an abomination imto you. 
^3 And these „„ p^ ^fc^ ye 
shall have in abomination among 
the fowls; they shall not be 
eaten, they are 'an abomination: 
nhe ^eagle, and the ^iS^ and 
the S^fS; »^ and the v^iSe. and 
*the '^ after }^ kind; ^^ every 
raven after {j^ kind ; '* and the 
"H^ and the 'night hawk, and 
the !!SSSw' and •'the hawk after 
hfs^' " and the *Uttle owl, and 
the cormorant, and 'the great 
S;}' 18 and the '^""^S^ and ""the 
pelican, and the ^'^ ™ and the 
stork, the 'heron after i^ kind, 
and the £~SSu and "the bat 

20 All wuigeaereeping things that go upon 
''^^ fowls that creep, going upon all four, 

^SubH" an abomination unto 
you. ^ Yet these may ye eat 
of e^ry'^jSg Creeping fe that 
il^th upon all four, which have 
legs above their feet, to leap 
withal upon the earth ; ^ even 
these of them ye may eat ; 'the 
'locust after ^ kind, and the 
'bald locust after tSt kind, and 
the *?^^ after {!& kind, and 
the 'grasshopper after {,% kind. 



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'"But all „(j2?!|tg creeping things, 
which have four feet, AMb* an 
abomination unto you. 

2* And fet these ye shall '^"" 
unclean: whosoever toucheth the 
carcase of them shall be unclean 
until the SJ|°= ^ 5S,d whosoever 
beareth ^^ of the carcase of 
them ''shall wash his clothes, 
and be unclean until the even. 

'^^ Th» eor.ilSr'of everr '''east which 

^Mi the hoof, and is not 
clovenfooted, nor cheweth the 
cud, ^f unclean unto you : every 
one tlutt toucheth them shall be 
unclean. " And whatsoever 
goeth upon ^ paws, among 

all muiner of bcastS thftt gO OU 

all four, thmi are unclean unto 
you : whoso toucheth their 
carcase shall be unclean until 
the even. '^^ And he that beareth 
the carcase of them ''shall wash 
his clothes, and be unclean until 
the even : they are imclean unto 
you. 

^ ^ ^SSe'S.^TJ!'!:^ "• unclean 
unto you among the creeping 
things that creep upon the 
earth; the weasel, and 'the 
mouse, and the *^rtoiS^ after 
{JJ kind. ^ and the '^g' and 
the "S2S2?n^ and the Mizard, 
and the "".Jilr*- and the '^^•^ 
^ These are """^ ""** "• unclean 
to you among all that creep: 
whosoever doth touch them, 
when they ^ dead, shall be 
unclean until the even, ^^And 
upon whatsoever any of them, 
wnen they are dead, doth fall, 
it shall be unclean ; whether 
it be any vessel of wood, or 
raiment, or skin, or sack, what- 
soever vessel it be, 'iSSSn' any 
work is done, -^it must be put 
into water, and it shall be un- 
clean unta the even; '^;^,t'^," 



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it IS. a, Ac 

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be drat^ ^^ And every earthen 
vessel, whereinto any of thena 
falleth, whatsoever is in it shall 

"^ UDdeui; ana ye shaU break It. 

^ ^oflSinSrt^ Which may be 
eaten, that on which nuh water 
^ml^ sball be uncl^n: and 
all drink that may be drunk 
in every 8uch vessel shall be 
unclean. ^* And every thing 
whereupon antf part of their 
carcase falleth shall be unclean ; 



whether ^ j, oven, or 



for 



nuvuuv^x i( be "»»'", '^ aumm *■"» 

pots, they shaU be broken K?^ 
they are unclean, and shall be 
unclean unto yoiL ^ Neverthe- 
less a fountain or 'pi^" "wherein 
efc^t^JS^S?::???, shaU be clean: 
but 'that which toucheth their 
carcase shall be unclean- ^And 
if a«°,"*;Jirf of their carcase fall 
upon any sowing seed which 
is to be sown, it am he clean. 
** But if anv water be put upon 
the seed, and ^ni^n of their 
carcase &11 thereon, it am be 
imclean unto you. 

^" And if any beast, of which 
ye may eat, die; he that toucheth 
the carcase thereof shall be un- 
clean until the even. ^And 
''he that eateth of the carcase 
of it shall wash his clothes, and 
be unclean until the even: he 
also that beareth the carcase of 
it shall wash his clothes, and be 
unclean until the even. 

*' 'And every creeping thii^ 
that creepeth upon the earth 
mJ!!! be an abomination ; it shall 
not be eaten. *^ Whatsoever 
goeth upon the belly, and what- 
soever goeth upon all four, or 
whatsoever ♦hath S^',!Sh^ aU 
creeping things that creep upon 
the earth, them ye shall not eat; 
for they are an abomination. 
'« "Ye shall not make ^SSJJSTvm 



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abominable with any creeping 
thing that creepeih, neither ahall 
ye make yourselves unclean vrith 
tbesm, tlutt ye should be de- 
filed thereby. ** For I am the 
LoRDyourGod: y,S^S>^SSS^^ 
^S^^Si. and ^•^•bo holy; for I 
am h<^ : ^neither shall ye defile 
yonrsdiyes with any manner of 
creei»iig thing that SS^ upon 
the eartL *^ 'For I am the 
LoBD that M^Eih you up out of 
the land of Egypt> to De your 
(Jod: "ye sh^ therefore be 
holy, for 1 am holy 

« This is the law of the ^Sfe, 
and of the fowl, and of every 
living creature that moveth in 
the waters, and of every creature 
that creepeth upon the earth: 
*^ 'to make a difference between 
the unclean and the clean, and 
between the "''°i«JW'« that may 
be eaten and the "^5|jw»« that 
may not be eaten. 

^ And the Lord spake un- 
12 ^ Moses, saying, ^ Speak 
unto the children of Israel, 
saying, If a woman h.T?^^™d 
seed, and feS a man S^id-. then 
J she shall be unclean seven 
days; «c^iJS to the days of the 

ilmparitr of her aickoMa aTiall alio Vwa 
Hfration tor b«r Inflrmlty SUaU SUC DO 

unclean. ^ And in the 'eighth 
day the flesh of his foreskin 
shall be circumcised. ^And she 
shall than continue in the blood 
of her purifying three and thirty 
days; she shall touch no hal- 
lowed thing, nor come into the 
sanctuary, until the days of her 
purifying be fulfilled. '^ But if 
Ae bear a maid child, then she 
shall be unclean two weeks, as 
in her l^!^: and she shall 
ooDtinoe in the blood of her 
purifying threescore and six 



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10<n. 17.12. 
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mCpLTer.ll. 



days. °^And when the days of 
her purifying are fulfille<^ for 
a son, or for a daughter, she 
shall bring a lamb *of the first 
year for a burnt ofiering, and 
a young pigeon, or a turtledove, 
for a sin offering, unto the door 
of the t.i»m.S?*ofVe »l^tio». unto 
the priest: ^ *^ aball offer it 
before the Lord, and make an 
atonement for her; and she 
shall be cleansed from the "^^ 
of her blood. This is the law 
for her that '"^'^^^^ a male 
or a female. » And if .Jg ?fS»t 
^rto"?rtS? a lamb, then she shall 
^^Hyfo '"SSlST' or two young 
pigeons; 'the one for tSa burnt 
ofiering, and the other for a sin 
offering: ■''and the priest shall 
make „ atonement for her, and 
she shall be clean. 

'* And the Lord spake 
1 11 unto Moses and '"''° Aaron, 
•^ Baying, ^ When a man 
shall have in the skin of his 
fiesh *a 'rising, " a scab, %,* 
bright sjKJt, and it »*sr >» the 
skin of his flesh lau the plague of 
\St^'; 'then he shall be brought 
unto Aaron the priest, or unto 
one of his sons the priests: 
^ and the priest shall look on 
the plague in the skin of the 
fiesh: and J!^ the hair in the 
plague ^ turned white, and the 
"*'^. ta'illh't'''™' be deeper than 
the skin of his fiesh, it is ^ 
plague of leprosy : and the priest 
sha& look on him, and pronounce 
him uncleaa *^^ " the brieht 
spot be white in the skin of his 
flesh, and "" '"TriSM*''™"' be not 
deeper than the skin, and the 
hair thereof be not turned rtJU. 
then '"the priest shall shut up 
him that hath the plague seven 



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days : ^ and the priest shall look 
on him the seventh day: and, 
behold, if M.g;?,S*liStiSi?t be at 
a stay, and the plague ^.^^^S^ 
in the li^\ then "the priest shall 
shut him up seven days more: 
° and the priest shall look on 
him again the seventh day: 
and, behold, if the plague be 



piagi 
blague 



be not 



■omewhat' dark, ^IHl tte pioguo g^nwl 

'^^ in the skin, "«" the pnest 
shall pronounce him clean: it 
is 1^ a scab: and ^he shall wash 
his clothes, and be clean. ^ But 
if the scab spread „nch abroad 
in the skin, uter that he hath 
'^'Kn't"e?l,'.*° the priest for his 
cleansing, he shall ""'^S^ *° 
the priest again: ^ and ""^^r* 
»?e5'.S.".t' behold, " the scab 
%r£^ in the skin, then the 
priest shall pronounce him un- 
clean: it liTa leprosy. 

® When the plague of leprosy 
is in a man, then he shall be 
brought unto the priest ; ^° and 
the Driest shall Jthim- and. be- 

linlH if then be ■ 'white riilng {n tlta 
nOlO, U the rtiliig be white ™ *06 

skin, and it have turned the hair 
white, and there be "quick raw 
flesh in the j!;|S*, " it is an old 
leprosy in the skin of his flesh, 
and the priest shall pronoimce 
hun SSdSS;«d shall not shut him 
S^l for he is unclean. ^^ And if 
^ leprosy break out abroad in 
tiie sldn, and the leprosy cover 
all the skin of him that hath 



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'* then the priest shall JSmsi' 
and, behold, if the leprosy lutve 
covered all his flesh, he diall 
pronounce him clean that hath 
the plague: it is all turned 
white: he is dean. ^ But 
wheigMTer ^^ flggji appcareth in 

him, he shall be unclean. ''^And 
the priest shall '"'i,'"' the raw 



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21. 



/OpiMr. 4, 



flesh, and pronounce him to be mi- 
clean : /or the raw flesh is unclean : 
it ^\ leprosy. '^ Or if the raw 
flesh tarn again, and be changed 
unto white, ^^"^ he shall come 
unto the JflSt". " and the priest 
shall ""JJe"" him: and, behold, if 
the plague be turned into 1^1^. 
then the priest shall pronounce 
him clean tJuU hatii the plague: 
he is clean. 

18 And when the fleah h>th {« f>,~ 
The lleeh alao. In which, even m Wie 

skin thi^rJrM a "boU, and '* is 
healed, ^° and in the place of 
the boil there ^ a white rising, 

or a bright spot, wwtef ISJ'^^'el^hU 

r^Skhl'J^'it be shewed to the 

Erisof • 20 and the priest ehall look, and, 
neSfc, ana », when the priest eeeth it, 

ehold, ""'"SJt^Sg^t"*^'" lower 
than the skin, and the hair 
thereof be turned '"w'&tJ^ the 
priest shall pronounce him 
unclean: it is ^ plague of 
'"'X^r'^ broken out S the 
boil * But if the priest look 
on it, and, behold, there be no 
white hairs therein, and ^^ it be 
not lower than the skin, out be 
■omewUS'dwkj then the priest shall 
shut him up seven days : ^'^ and 
if it spread mnch abroad in the 
skin, tnen the priest shall pro- 
nounce him unclean: it is a 
plague. 23 But »if the bright 
spot stay in ^, place, and ^^^ 
"•^ it is "■"a'gS'm^i^g"" boU; and 
the priest shall pronoimce him 
clean. 

24 r\r when the flesh hath |n flio 

'-T If there be ony flesh, "1 •'IS 

iairin . thereof a bumlns by flre, anri 

oKin whereof Am U TaTiot burning, ana 

the quick flesh tSt'teS"Li5S^Si'U 
bright spot, «,i,^gif -Ta&h. or 
white; ^ then the priest shall 
look upon it: and, behold, if 
the hair in the bright spot be 
turned white, and *''°it"S^'"* 
"'lliriit'" deeper than the skin; it 
is ''"'^IIAJ'"' broken out S the 
burning: whl^fore the priest shall 



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pronounce him unclean: it is 

the plague of leprosy. ^° But 

tf^ the priest Io<^ on it, and, 

behold, there be no white hair 

in the bright spot, and it be no 

lower than the ou,^ skin, but be 

«Ko„rtS <tark ; then tide priest shall 

shut turn up seven days : ^ and 

the priest shall look upon him 

the seventh day: and if it 1^ 

spread jamsb abroad in the skin, 

then the priest shall pronounce 

him unclean : it is the plague of 

leprosy. '^ And if the bright 

spot stay ^in £^ place, and 

^tSSLi^S^ in the skin, but « be 

«-ew^t d«k ; it is '5' rising of the 

burning, and the priest shall 

pronounce him clean: for it is 

u i^^^^^^uon o{ the bummg. 
29 AiMi^h«i g^ jjjiju Qf woman 

fe^ a pls^e upon the head or 
"^ the SSrf". '° then the priest 
shall '"*," the plague: and, 
behold, if "" 'T^fr^S iSSST" ** 
deeper than the &'S'. «^ there 
be in it s yellow thin ^l\ then 
Uie priest shall pronounce him 
nnclean: it is a air Bcall, ^''a 
leprosy ^ the head or "' "" 
b^oiL '^And if the priest look 
on the plague of the scall, and, 

KoImM Uw api>«UBs<» thereof be not 
OeOOlO, ft'T; not in eight 

deeper than the skin, and 
ftSTLrS"*. no black hair in }$•, 
then the priest shall shut up 
him that hath the plague of the 
scall seven days: ^^ and in the 
seventh day the priest shall look 
on the plague : and, behold, if 
the scall 'Vt^'^n'S;*' an^ ti^^re be 
in it no yellow hair, and the 

tMWieiMM of the aall be not rtatxriPT f hnn 
eedUfc oot In riKht Oecper lOaU 

the Sa-. 3* ""'^e shall be shaven, 
but the scall shall he not shave; 
and the priest shall shut up Mm 
that ham the scall seven days 
more: ** and in the seventh day 
the priest shall look on the scall: 



and, behold, if the scall be not 
spread in the skin, "* "'So?'^*™^ 
"^eteht""" deeper than the skin; 
then the priest shall pronounce 
him clean: and "he shall wash 
his clothes, and be dean. ^^ But 
if the scall spread '^^^ in the 
skin after his cleansing ; ^^ then 
the priest shall look on him: and, 
behold, if the scall be spread in 
the skin, the priest shall not 
seek for "" yellow hair; he is 
imclean. " But if'l^^^Si'^ 

eight at a stay, and {&„( there libLskluIr 

grown up therein; the scall is 
healed, he is clean: and the 
priest shall pronounce him clean. 
^ ""it^^^n^nSr or a woman 
hS^ in the skin of their flesh 
bright spots, even white bright 
spots; ^^ then the priest shall 
look: and, behold, if the bright 
spots in the skin of their flesh 
be «>S.?k?sf white; it is a ,^ea 
'.'nSf%a"^^?S' in the skin; he is 
clean. 

*0 XnH " » in»n'g hair be fallAn 
•*na the man whoee •heir i« laueU 

off his head, he is bald; yet is 
he clean. *^ And ^e tK^f LWhir 
faUen off from the '"^^^"' 
head toi^'hu f«*. he is forehead 
gJi^i yet is he clean. « But jf 
there be in the bald head, or 
"» bald forehead, a ^i^^^riSS!^ 
'ISS'; it is . leprosy "^^^^ in 
his bald head, or his bald fore- 
head. *® Thefa the priest shall 
look upon "^f: and, behold, if 
the rising of the p^" be "^fiS" 
rSdifh in his bald head, or in Ids 
bald forehead, as the "ppJ^S^ "^ 
j^SS«u> in the skin of the flesh; 
**he is a leprous man, he is 
nnclean : the priest shall piSSSSJce 
TiTStur"" unclean; his plague 
is in his head. 

** And the leper in whom the 
plague is, his clothes shall be 

ranf onH 'the hair of hi« head shall go looae, 
rent, ana We head bare, ^^ 



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and he shall ™t > ^^^ upon his 
upper lip, and shall cry, * Un- 
clean, unclean. *^ All tiie days 
wherein the plague aJfi ^ in hun 
he fihaU be "deai^ *> he is unclean: 
he shall dweU alone : ''without 
the camp shall his hSwStfln be. 

*' The 'garment also that the 
plague of leprosy is in, whether 
it be a woollen garment, or a 
linen garment ; *^ whether it be 
in the warp, or woof; of linen, 
or of woollen ; whether in a 
skin, or in any 'thing made of 
skin; *' And if the pWue be 
greenish or reddish in the gar- 
ment, or in the skin, ,i£er in the 
warp, or in the woof, or in any 
* thing of skin; it is ^* plague 
of leprosy, and shall be shewed 
unto the priest : ^° and the 
priest shall look upon the 
plague, and shut up **?,' J5*j* 
hath the plague seven days : 
^^ and he shall look on the 
plague on the seventh day: if 
the plague be spread in the 
garment, either in the warp, or 
in the woof, or in '5° skin, 

whatever eerrlce akin la naed for . t-Yta 
or in any work that la made of akin > ""'' 

plague is •'a fretting leprosy ; it 
18 unclean. " He^'ahS' tue'Sii.re bum 
^ garment, whether "*• warp or 
*••• woof, in woollen or in linen, or 
any thing of skin, wherein the 

J)lague is: for it is •'a fretting 
eprosy; it shall be burnt in 
the fire. ^ And if the priest 
shall look, and, behold, the 
plague be not spread in the 
garment, either in the warp, or 
m the woof, or in any thing of 
skin; ^ then the priest diall 
command that they wash the 
thing wherein the plague is, and 
he shall shut it up seven days 
more: ^ and the priest shall 

look, after that the plagae {» -nraaTiorl ■ 
look on the plague, aftertSit It •» WaBQCa . 



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Cp. 9 Kin. 7. 3 

dl IS.5 

Ik 8 Chr. 26. 21 

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e Cp. Jude 

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i. 

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and, behold, if the plague have 
not changed £^ colour, and the 
plague be not l'^^., it is unclean ; 
thou shalt bum it' in the g;|! it 

{a k ftety ''whether the baieneaa be -nriAiin 
" ftst inward, tioM/ier It (m bare WltUin 

or without ^ And if the priest 
look, and, behold, the plague be 
aomewhS dark after the washing 
*Sf"lt?' then he shall rend it out 
of the garment, or out of the 
skin, or out of the warp, or out 
of the woof: ^^ and if it appear 
still in the garment, either m the 
warp, or in the woof or in any 
thing of SIS; it is aap*?SgSf;gU: 
thou shalt bum that wherem the 
plague is with fire. ^ And the 
garment, either "" warp, or **"* 
woo^ or whatsoever tmng of 
skin it be, which thou shalt 
wash, if the plague be departed 
from them, then it shall be 
washed the second time, and 
shall be clean. ™ This is the 
law of the plague of leprosy in 
a garment of woollen or linen, 
either in the warp, or *"* woo^ 
or any thing of ^'^ to pro- 
nounce it clean, or to pronounce 
it unclean. 

^ And the Lord spake 
"JA unto Moses, saying, '' This 
^ shall be the law of the 
leper in the day of his cleansing: 
'^ shall be brought unto the 
priest: ^ and the priest shaU 
go forth ^out of the camp ; and 
uie priest shall look, and, behold, 
if the plague of leprosy be healed 
in the leper; * then shall the 
priest command to take for him 
that is to be cleansed two fu% 
•UTl^^rfS&a. and *cedar wood, and 
^scarlet, and ^hyssop: ^ and the 
priest shall command '^i^ one 
of the birds i,, uiied in an earthen 
vessel over 'running water : ^ as 



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for the living bird, he shall take 
it, and the cedar wood, and the 
scarlet, and the hyssop, and shall 
dip them and the liyiug bird in 
the blood of the bird that iras ^toikoh-e. 
killed over the 'running water: *«*•»■»>• 
^ and he shall 'sprinkle upon 
him that is to be cleansed from 
the leprosy ''seven times, and 
shall pronounce him clean, and 
shaU 'let t^^f^^'^tL "^into 
the open field. ° And he that 
IB to be cleansed 'shall wash 
his clothes, and shave off all 
his hair, and ^1^ himself in 
water, Su he ^ be clean: and 
after that he shall come into the 
camp, SSS *8hall u^'lM'.lStof his 
tent seven days. ® bS? it shall 
be *on the seventh day, that he 
shall shave all his haor off his 
head and his beard and his 
eyebrows, even all his hair he 
shall shave off: and 'he shall 
wash his clothes, S^ he shall 
^1^ his flesh in water, and he 
shall be clean. ^° And on the 
eiditii dav •'he shall take two 
tou^te without blemish, and one 
S5^\Sa ♦of the first year with- 
out blemislL and three tenth 
i«u i^ cfkak of fine floor for 

'a SSt offering, mingled with oil, gi'Sa.'"- *■ 
and one log of oiL ^^ And the 
priest that „„J'5n'£t"3U» shaU 
g^SLi the man that is to be 
„2S?3^ and those things, before 
the Lord, at the door of the 

tent of meeting . 12 anA tlio 

lAenwcle of the consngatlon • ^HU Uie 

priest shall take one °' XuX^ 
and "offer him for a t^^ offer- 
ing, and the log of oil, and "wave 
them for a wave offering before 
the Lord: ^^ and he shall ^ 
the 'tH^^ 'in the place where 
tJ ^ n kUl the sin offering and 
the bomt oflTering, in the ^ 
of thejmctoKT : for «a8 the sin ich.^'>- 



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offering is the priest's, so is the 
t,^Uig offering: »it is most holy: 
'* and the priest shall take „„„« 
of the blood of the t^^ offering, 
and the priest shall put it ''upon 
the tip of the right ear of nim 
that is to be cleansed, and upon 
the thumb of his right hand, and 
upon the great toe of his right 
foot: ^° and the priest shall 
take «TO« of the log of oil, and 
pour it into the palm of his own 
left hand : ^° and the priest shall 
dip his right finger in the oil 
that is in his left hand, and shall 
sprinkle of the oil with his finger 
seven times before the Lord: 
^^ and of the rest of the oil that 
is in his hand shall the priest put 
upon the tip of the right ear of 
hun that is to be cleansed, and 
upon the thumb of his right 
hand, and upon the great toe of 
his right foot, upon 3ie blood of 
the bS^ offering: '^ and the 
re^Lit of the oil that is in the 
priest's hand he shall ^^ upon 
the head of him that is to be 
cleansed: *and the priest shall 
make „, atonement for him be- 
fore the Lord. ^^ And the priest 
shall offer the sin offering, 'and 
make „ atonement for hmi that 
is to be cleansed ^""t^ "* his 
uncleanness; and afterward he 
shall kill the burnt offering: 
*° and the priest shall offer the 
burnt offering and 'the SSt offer- 
ing upon the altar: 'and the 
priest shall make „ atonement 
for him, and he shall be cletm. 
^ And "if he be poor, and 
'cannot get so SScfr- then he shall 
take one •'t.JSg'' for 'a t,|S^ offer- 
ing "'to be waved, *to make „ 
atonement for him, and one tenth 
p«t </^23 **»* of fine flour muigled 
with oil for a SSl offering, and 



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a log of oil; ^ "and two turtle- 
doves, or two young pigeons, 
such as he is able to get; and 
the one shall be a sin offering, 
and the other a burnt offering. 

23 & A n<l on the eighth d&y he shall bring 
AJi^ he Bhall bring them on the eighOi 

*§^ for hia cleansing unto the 
priest, unto the door of the 

tent of meeting, KofnrA tha 

tabern&de of the connegttton, OeiOre inO 

Lord. ^ ''And the priest shall 
take the lamb of the t^^ offer- 
ing, and the log of oil, and the 
pnest shall wave them for a 
wave offering before the Lord: 
^ and he shall kill the lamb 
of the t^SL offering, •''and the 
priest shaUtake ,„„» o^ the blood 
of the tTCT^ offering, and put it 
upon the tip of the right ear of 
hun that is to be cleansed, and 
upon the thumb of his right 
band, and upon the great toe 
of his right foot: ^° and the 
priest shall pour of the oil into 
the palm of his own left hand: 
" and the priest shall sprinkle 
with his right finger some of the 
oil that is m his left hand seven 
times before the Lord: '^ and 
the priest shall put of the oil 
that IS in his hand upon the tip 
of the right ear of him that is 
to be cleansed, and upon the 
thumb of his right hand, and 
upon the great toe of his right 
foot, upon the place of the blood 
of the teS'Li offering : ^ and the 
rest of the oil that is in the 
priest's hand he shall put upon 
the head of him that is to be 
cleansed, to make „ atonement 
for him before the Lord. ^And 
he shall offer the one of *the 
turtledoves, or of the young 
pigeons, such as he ■* ',2? *" get; 
^ even such as he is able to get, 
the one for a sin offering, and the 
other for a burnt offering, with 
the mMt offering: 'and the priest 



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shall make ^ atonement for him 
that is to be cleansed before the 
Lord. ^* This is the law of him 
in whom is the plague of leprosy, 
whoJS''tond is not able to get 
"that which pertaineth to his 
cleansing. 

^ And the Lord spake unto 
Moses and unto Aaron, saying, 
** When ye be come into the 
land of Canaan, which I give to 
you 'for a possession, and I put 
the plague of leprosy in a house 
of the leuid of your possession ; 
'^ ^ he that owneth the house 
shall come and tell the priest, 
saying; ^'if seemeth to me <^Jl, 
as it were 'a plague in the 
house: ^^ t"! tn© priest shall 
command that they 'empty the 
house, before the priest go iJ^u 
to see the plague, that aU that 
is in the house be not made 
unclean : and afterward the 
priest shall go in to see the 
house: ^ and he shall look on 
the plague, and, behold, if the 

Elague oe in the walls of the 
ouse with hollow strakes, green- 
ish or reddish, "«"^8rc'!f??Sat"""~' 
^ lower than the wall; ** then 
the priest shall go out of the 
house to the door of the house, 
and shut up the house seven 
days: ^° and the priest shall 
come again the seventh day, 
and shall look: and, behold, if 
the plague be spread in the 
walls of the house; *° then the 
priest shall command that they 
take B^ the stones in which the 
plague IS, and tber «hau cast them 
mto an unclean place without 
the city: ** and he shall cause 
the house to be scraped within 
round about, and tiiey shall 
pour out the "^ that they 
scrape off without the city into 
an unclean place : *' and they 



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shall take other stones, and 
pat them m the place of those 
stones; and he shall take other 
^^, and shall plaister the house. 
*^ And if the plagae come again, 
and break out in the house, 
after that he hath taken ^ij 
the stones, and after he hath 
scraped the house, and after it 
is plaistered ; ^* then the priest 
shall come ^ and look, and, 
behold, if the plague be spread 
in the house, it is 'a fretting 
leprosy in the house: it is un- 
clean. *^ And he shall break 
dovn the house, the stones of 
it, and the timber thereof, and 
f^ tbe S^ of the house; and 
he shaJl carry them forth out of 
the city into an unclean place. 
^ Moreover he that ^oeth into 
the house all the while that it 
is shut up shall be unclean until 
the even. *^ And he that lieth 
in the house ■'shall wash his 
clothes; and he that eateth in 
the house shall wash his clothes. 
■** And if the priest *shall come 
in, and iook'"J^ «, and, behold, 
the plague hath not spread in 
the noose, after the house was 
^SSSdl then the priest shall 
pronounce the house clean, be- 
cause the plague is healed. 
** And he shall take *to cleanse 
the house 'two birds, and cedar 
wood, and scarlet, and hyssop: 
^ and he shall kill u,, one of 
the \At6s in an earthen vessel 
over 'running water: *' and he 
shall take the cedar wood, and 
the hyssop, and the scarlel^ and 
the hving bird, and dip them 
in the blood of the slam bird, 
and in the 'running water, and 
^rinkle the house seven times: 
^and he shall cleanse the house 
with the blood of the bird, and 



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m ch. 16. 90 
* 17. U. 



with the 'running water, and with 
the living bird, and with the cedar 
wood, and with the hyssop, and 
with the scarlet: ^ but he shall 
let go the living bird out of the 
city "into the open '^fliiS,'^^^ 
^nuike u atonement for the 
house: and it shall be clean. 

" This is the law for all 
manner of plague of leprosy, 
and '";ii?f^ " and for ''the 
leprosy of a garment, and '" 
•'a hSS^' ^ and 'for a rising, 
and for a scab, and for a bright 
spot: " to *teach ♦when it is 
unclean, and when it is clean: 
this is the law of leprosy. 

^ And the Lord spake 
X C unto Moses and to Aaron, 
^ saying, '^ Speak unto the 
children of Israel, and say unto 
them, *°When any man hath 
.tuning issue out of his flesh, 
because of his issue he is mi- 
clean. ^ And this shall be his 
uncleanness in his issue: whether 
his flesh run with his issue, or 
his flesh be stopped from his 
issue, it is his uncleanness. 
* Every fel whereon he ^t^'SS 
*'ii'tb'thi''iS;nS'ii "* unclean: and 
every ,^?«. whereon he g'ttSS, 
shall be unclean. ' And whoso- 
ever toncheth his bed ^ shall 
wash his clothes, and "bathe 
himself in water, and be unclean 
until the even. ° And he that 
sitteth on any thing whereon he 
„t that hath the issue '*'' shall 
wash his clothes, and bathe him- 
self in water, and be unclean 
until the even. ^ And he that 
toncheth the flesh of him that 
hath the issue shall wash his 
clothes, and bathe himself in 
water, and be unclean until the 
even. ° And if he that hath 



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the issue spit upon him that is 
clean; then he shall wash his 
clothes, and bathe himself in 
water, and be unclean until 
the even. ° And what ^saddle 

a/\Avoi* 'Ka that hath the issue rldeth upon 
BOever Iie tideth upon that hath the issue 

shall be unclean. ^° And who- 
soerer toucheth any thing that 
was imder him shall w un- 
clean until the even: and he 
that beareth anvo/ those things 
shall wash his clothes, and bathe 
himself in water, and be unclean 
until the even. " And whomso- 

dkvck-r Vtix that hath the issue toucheth, without 
ever ue ^ toucheth that hath the issue, and 

h^'nlt rinsed his hands in water, 
he shall wash his clothes, and 
bathe himself in water, and be 
unclean until the even. ^^ And 

<If k» earthen vessel, which be that hath the 
liiio vessel of earth, that he toucheth which 

&%]S?toi^ shaU be broken: and 
every vessel of wood shall be 
rinsed in water. ''^ And when 
be that hath an issue is cleansed 
of his !"u^. then 'he shall number 
to himself seven days for his 
cleansing, and wash his dSthS' 
and '^ »^ bathe his flesh iri 
* running water, and shall be 
clean. ^ And on the eighth 
day he shall take to him two 
'turtledoves, or two young 
pigeons, and come before the 
liOBD ^into the door of the 

, tent of meeting, on/I rrixra 

Ubemacle of the congregation, SHQ glVC 

them unto the priest: ^^ and 
the priest shall offer them, 'the 
one for a sin ofiering, and the 
other for a burnt offering; ''and 
the priest shall make „ atone- 
ment for him before the Lord 
for his issue. 

^° And *if any man's seed of 
copulation go out from him, 
then he shall ^^§ all his flesh 
in water, and be unclean until 
the even. " And every garment, 
and every skin, whereon is the 
seed of copulation, shall be 



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ich. 14.30, 



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washed with water, and be un- 
clean until the even. ^° The 
woman also with whom '^^ 
shall lie with seed of copulation, 
they shall both bathe themselves 
in water, and "be unclean until 
the even. 

^° And if a woman have an 
issue, and her issue in her flesh 
be blood, she shall be "" Vp';,';|'.'JJJf*«» 
seven days: and whosoever 
toucheth her shall be unclean 
until the even. ^ "And every 
thing that she lleth upon in her 
Motion shall be unclean: every 
thing also that she sitteth upon 
shall be unclean. ** And whoso- 
ever toucheth her bed shall wash 
his clothes, and bathe himself in 
water, and be uncleaa until the 
even. ^ And whosoever toucheth 
any thing that she ""^t"" upon shall 
wash his clothes, and bathe him- 
self in water, and be imclean 
until the even, ^a ^<j if it be 
on S? bed, or on any thing 
whereon she sitteth, when he 
toucheth it, he shall be unclean 
until the even. ** ^^ ■'^if any 
man lie with her'^'aii. and her 
^S^JS^ be upon him, he shall be 
unclean seven daj^; and Jf'Sle 
bed whereon he lieth shall be 
unclean. 

^ And if *a woman have an 
issue of her blood many days 
SS^ 13 the time of her ^^J^i^ or 
if '^ "irrS *"'"' beyond the time 
of her iSJSJJS'o ; all the days of the 
issue of her uncleanness ••* shall 
be as •» the days of her ^^So : 
she ^ ,« unclean. ^^ Every bed 
whereon she lieth all the days 
of her issue shall be unto her 
aa the bed of her i^*^: and 

whatsoever SU© SlttetU upon 

shall be unclean, as the unclean- 
ness of her ^^Sl^iSi 27 And who- 
soever toucheth those things 



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shall be uuclean, and shall wash 
his clothes, and bathe himself iu 
water, and be unclean until the 
even. *° But 'if she be cleansed 
of her issue, then she shall num- 
ber to herself seven days, and 
after that she shall be clean. 
^ And on the eighth day she 
shall take unto her two ''^^'^ 
or two young pigeons, and bring 
them unto the priest, to the 

door of the ubarnaele o» the wDcmotian. 

3° And the priest shall ofier the 
one for a sm o£fering, and the 
oth^: for a burnt offering; and 
the priest shall make „, atone- 
ment for her before the Lord 
for the issue of her uncleannesa 

^ Thus shall ye separate the 
children of Israel from their un- 
cleanness; that they die not in 
their undeanness, when they 
'defile my tabernacle that is 
•» "S.,^ " them. 

32 This is the law >of him that 
hath an issue, and 'of him whose 
seed "^ "f"^™ goeth from him, 
"iSfi'dSuS^tMtS''^; 2^ "and of 
her that is sick "i?" her 'SSS2S'' 
and -'of him that hath an issue, 
of the man, "and of the woman, 
*and of him that lieth with her 
that is unclean. 



^ ^ Aad the LooD spake 
10 unto JfSS- after 'the 
death of the two sons of 
.\aron, when they ^^^^ before 
the LoBD, and dued; ^ and the 
LoBD said imto Moses, Speak 
unto Aaron thy brother, that 
be 'come not at all times into 
the holv place within tiie ^]^ 
before the SS^S^ which is upon 
the ark ; that he die not : for 'I 
will appear in the cloud upon 
theSSSSt 3 ^fgS"" shall Aaron 
come into the holy place : "with 
a young bullock for a sin offering. 



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and "a ram for a burnt offering. 
* He shall put on 'the holy linen 
coat, and he shall have the linen 
breeches upon his flesh, and shall 
be girded with *5* linen girdle, 
and with the linen 'mitre shall 
he be attired: }iZ are "" holy 
garments; ^^,^ shall hJ'iUSh his 
flesh in water, and „ put them 
on. ^ And he shall teke of -^the 
congr^ation of the children of 
Israel two ud. oVS'e''go.ta for a sin 
offering, and one ram for a burnt 
offering. ^ And Aaron shall 
'"^r^hi, bullock of the sm offer- 
ing, which is for himself, and 
*make »„ atonement for himself, 
and for his house. ^ And he shall 
take the two goats, and joSnit 
them before the Lord at the 

Hrtnr nf t>io **■>' °' meeting. 

aOOr or tne taben»cle oJ the consregstion. 

® And Aaron shall cast lots upon 
the two goats; one lot for the 
Lord, and the other lot for 
i^e'AS^t. ^ And Aaron shaU 
"bJ^S' the goat upon which the 
""'iSyatotlf^""' and offer him 
for a sin offering. ^ But the 
goat, on which the lot fell J^J, 
th.*iSSb.L shaU be p^^d aUve 
before the Lord, to make „, 
atonement ^% him, «SwrtoiSwSlS 
for , *,^S^ into the wilderness. 
" And Aaron shaU pjSSS' "the 
bullock of the sin offering, which 
is for himself, and shall make „, 
atonement for himself, and for 
his house, and shall kill the 
bullock of the sin offering which 
is for himself: ^^ and he shall 
take »a. censer full of bamiM coals 
of fire from off the altarbefore 
the Lord, and his hands full of 
sweet incense beaten small, and 
bring it within the ^|: '» 'and 
he uiall put the incense upon 
tiie fire before the Lord, that 
the cloud of the incense may 
cover "the SSwtS,' that is upon 



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the testimony, that he die not: 
^ and "he shall take of the 
blood of the bullock, and sprinkle 
it with his finger upon the SS^" 
•^^e^^T'; and before the 
mS^'^t shall he sprinkle of the 
blood with his finger seven times. 
16 "Then shall he kill the goat of 
the sin ofiering, that is for the 
people, and bring his blood 
'within the ^S'l; and do with ^t 
blood as he did with the blood 
of the buUock, and sprinkle it 
upon the Sl^lSt and before 
the ^^-^t: '^ and he shall 
''make „> atonement for the 
holy place, because of the SS: 
•^cSn^ of the children of Israel, 
and because of then- SS^StoS!* 
°^° all their sins: and so shall 
he do for the tab«n.SS*o?'t£'Sl,^t.on. 
that .^^Sli^'S, lUi^ong them in the 
midst of their TniflSSSr "■'And 
there shall be no man in the 

tent of meeting -tu-Vion \\a 

tabenutde^ of the congregation ""CU UO 

^oeth in to make ^n atonement 
m the holy place, until he come 
out, and haye made ^n atone- 
ment for himself, and for his 
household, and for all the 
cSS^ifon of Israel « And he 
s^lgo out unto the altar that 
is "before the Lord, and ^make 
,„ atonement for it; and shall 
take of the blood of the buUock, 
and of the blood of the goat, 
and put it upon the horns of the 
altar round about 1° And he shall 
sprinkle of the blood upon it 
with his finger seven times, and 
cleanse it, and hallow it from 
the "u^n^ifSSS" of the children 
of Israel ^° And when he hath 
made an end of '^^S^f the 
holy place, and the tabSSicu. of 
the ^S^Skoc^ and the altar, he 
shall P£^' the live goat: '" and 
Aaron shall lay both his hands 
upon the head of the live goat. 



a H«b. 0. 19. 

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*S.I 
its. 7. 

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SS.11,13 
& John 1. 19 
k Beb. a. 2S 
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eTer. S. 
Heh.&l> 
& g. S, 7. 

/Cp-ch. 14. 
7. 

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U. 

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Cp. Ex. 2a 36 
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98. 



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I. 10,21. 



tCh.4. 8-10. 
Ex. 29. 13. 



mOp.ch. 
* 17. U. 



nch.4.11, 
12, :i 

Beb. la 11, 12. 

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*4.2«. 

pmar. 18. 
eh. 4. 7, 181 
Ez.aa«,ia 



g Ter. 18, 18L 
Eiek.4&10 
&4S.10. 

r ch. S& 27. 
Num. 2a 7. 

I eh. 23.81. 
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Dan. laU 
lUeh.1. 

( ch. 17. U 
*ia2s 

Cp. Ex. 12. 4a 



and confess over him all the 
iniquities of the children of Is- 
rael, and aU their 'TSSSX^S^'T' 
aU their »"»^ 5^^/„iS5^ '•"* them 
upon the head of the goat, and 
snail send him away by the 
hand of ^a "^ '""'a/'JS, "^°'" 
into the wilderness: ^ and tlie 
goat shall ''bear upon him all 
their iniquities unto a u.rf'iSSrin- 
hiwtod: and -Tie shall let go the 
goat in the wilderness. ^ And 
Aaron shall come into the 

tent of meeting, SanA ahull 

tabernacle of the congrogatlon, '»•!" HUttU 

Eut ofi* the linen garments, which 
e put on when he went into the 
holy place, and shall leave them 
there: ^4 and he shall ^^ his 
flesh JSii water in tSe holy place, 
and put on his garments, and 
come forth, and 'offer his burnt 
SffSSi, and the burnt ofiering of 
the people, and make an atone- 
ment for SlSl^lf, and for the 
people. ^ And *the fat of the 
sin ofiering shall he bum upon 
the altar, ^e ^nd he that ^^'^^ 
go the goat for the'lS^Ut shall 
wash his clothes, and '"bathe his 
fl^ in water, and afterward 
>» »'»" come into the camp. 
" "And the bullock ^ the sin 
offering, and the goat ^ the sin 
ofiering, whose blood was brought 
in to make atonement in the holy 
place, shall ^^ forth without 
the camp; and they shall bum 
in the fire their skins, and their 
flesh, and their dung. "^ And 
he that bumeth them shall wash 
his clothes, and bathe his flesh 
in water, and afterward he shall 
come into the camp. 

28 And (ii shall be a statute 
for ever unto you: ouu 'hi the 
seventh month, on the tenth 
day of the month, ye shall 
•afflict your souls, and do*^wSk 

no manner of work, 'the homebom, 
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or '^ stranger that sojoumeth 
among you: ^ for on ^ day 



shall 



atontineni be made iV». 

ft* pritti nwka an atonoment ^^^ 

you, *to cleanse ^'J^SiVtS^ 
cfiSgSllJu^oS^S. before the Lord. 



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a sabbath of «''™» 
you, and ye shall 



who 

. whom he 

be 'ooDsecnted to be priest 

in the prlestTs office 



rest unto j^^, <^v. jv «»» 
'afflict your "JSiV a statute 
for ever. ^* •'And the priest, 

Tho - — - • ■ - 

whom he 

™*" *ooii»eci»te to mlniiter 

in his father's stead, shall make 
the atonement, and ^shall put 
on the linen "S^S" ^^^^ *he 
holy garments: ^^ and he shall 
make „ atonement for -'the holy 
sanctutuy, and he shall make ^ 
atononent for the t»beri£ie"Sf the 
,,aSS^^£^ and for "the tit£; and 
he shall make „ atonement for 
*die J^SSi, and for "all the people 
ofthee.^S^tn. '^AndthwshaU 
be an everlasting statute unto 
yon, to make „ atonement for 
die children of Israel ^""^ •* all 
their sins 'once *"»"" year. And 
he did as iba Lord commanded 
Moeea 

^ And the Lord spake un- 
1*7 to Moses, saying, ^ Speak 
' unto Aaron, and unto his 
sons, and unto all the children 
of Israel, and say unto them; 
This is the thing which the Lord 
hath ccxnmanded, saying, ^ What 
man soever there be of ue house 
of Israel, "that killeth an ox, or 
lamb, or goat, in the camp, or 
that kiUeUi it "^^ the camp, 
♦ and '""^^r^T^ " unto the 

<lnra> i\f f (lA *«■>< of meeting, 

OOOr 01 me ubemaole of the oongngatioo, 

to offer " •L'Srerilif" onto the 
Lord before the tabernacle of 
the iS»; Mood shall be imputed 
unto tliat man; he hath shed 
hkwd; and that man 'shall be 
cot off from among his people: 
^ to the end that the oiilaren 



■ ch. 14. 7, 



kFlLSI.S. 

Jer. aas. 

Heb. la 1, & 

1 Jobn 1. 7. ft 

ceh.23.Sl. 

iieh.3.& 



<Ot>.ch.ai. 



0Bx.S9l», 



SS 



Nun. 
98. 



kTer.4. 
i8eeO<n. 

&S1. 



IrlCbT. II. 
U liiig.1. 
fp. laL I& 31 

ka*.\t (nit). 

ISmEx. 
84. IS. 

mTer. U. 

QTer. 94. 



poh.l.3,IL 
qym.A. 



rBz.aaia 
Bab.s.;,9L 



«8«eeh.8. 

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(ch.2as,6 

ft 28. 17. 
Jer. 44. 11. 
Ezrk. 14.8 
4 IS. 7. 
Cp. Pi. 84. II, 

■ Tat. 14. 

*Cp.I>nt. 
13. «, Si 13— u, 
XL 

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ft BcT. I. i. 

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• cp.Ex.aoi 



of Israel may bring their sacri- 
fices, which they ■^* "in the 
open field, even that they may 
ming them unto the Lord, un- 
to the door of the uberSSle ^ the 



S^'Sbn, outo the priest, and 



"lie"* them "for """^ «* peace 
offerings unto the Lord. ^ And 
the priest ''shall sprinkle the 
blooa upon the dtar of the 
Lord at the door of the t.i2SLie 
of the SSS^tion. and bum the fat 
*for a sweet savour unto the 
LoRDi ^ And they shall no 
more "SroV* their sacrifices unto 
"" de'^tr"^ after whom they 
h»Te%ie a whoring. This shaU 
be a statute for ever unto them 
throughout their generations. 

° And thou ahalt say unto 
them. Whatsoever man there be 
of the house of Israel, or of the 
strangers ^4 sojourn among '^*SJ- 
''that offereth a burnt offermg 
or sacrifice, ° and 'bringeth it 
not unto the door of the tablSwie 

of the SSlSStlon. to -S^el" it UntO 

the Lord; "even that man shall 
be cut off from ^,^ his peopla 

''° And whatsoever man there 
be of the house of Israel, or of 
the strangers that sojourn among 
^^ 'that eateth any manner of 
blood; I will „en 'set my fiace 
against that soul that eateth 
blood, and will cut him off from 
among his people. ^^ "For the 
'life of the flesh is in the blood: 
and I have given it to you upon 
the altar '"to make „ atonement 
for your souls: "for it is the 
blood that maketh ,„ atonement 
^ TfthS'.^ '""^ '" Therefore 
I said unto the children of Israel, 
No soul of you shall eat blood, 
neither shall any stranger that 
sojoumeth among you eat blood. 

" And whatsoever man there 
be of the children of Israel, or 



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of the strangers that 



among '^X 



BOjoum 

,^:„U Uketh In bunttng 

WniCn huntflth iLnA nUshiAh 



. hunteth and catcfaet 

any beast or fowl that niay be 
eaten; he shall .ren ''pour out 
the blood thereof, and "cover it 
with dust ^* For ft ^ the life of 
all SSh-, 'the blood ""^^t'ato 1"* 
the life thereof: therefore I stud 
unto the children of Israel, Ye 
shall eat the blood of no manner 
of flesh : for the life of all flesh 
is the blood thereof: whoso- 
ever eateth it shall be cut ofi*. 
''■'And every soul that eateth 
'Hhat which °{f^ of itself, or that 

'orliir'h '■ fnrn °' ^eMta, 'whether he be 
one of your own ooontrr, Or a Stranger, 

*he shall both wash his clothes, 
and 'bathe himself in water, and 
be unclean until the even: then 
shall he be clean. '° But if he 
wash them not» nor bathe his S^'. 
then ■'he shall bear his iniquity. 



18 



'And the Lohd spake un- 
to Moses, saying, ^ Speak 
unto the children of Israel, 
and say unto them, *I am the 
Lord your God. ^ 'After the 
doings of the land of Egypt, 
wherein ye dwelt, shall ye not 
do: and "after the doings of the 
land of Canaan, whither I bring 
you, shall ye not do: neither 
shall ye walk in their ortfiSJlSi 

4 'My iudiements BhtU ye do, and myetatutet 
Yeuiklidomyiudgmenta, o«'u keep mine 

''Xn^ to walk tiierein : *I am 
the Lord your God. ' ''Ye shall 
therefore keep my statutes, and 
my ^j"„te?,$? : 'which if a man 
do, he shall live 'in them : I am 
the Lord. 

^ None of you shall approach 
to any that is 'near of kin to 
him, to uncover their nakedness : 
I am the Lord. '^ 'The nakedness 
of thy &ther, %^ the nakedness 
of thy mother, shalt thou not 
uncover : she is thy mother ; 



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£»!k. 20. S, 7, 
19,20,01. 

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Dent. 12. », 
U. 

oCmOen. 
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A Dent 25. > 
* Matt. 22. M 
A Nark 12. ISI 
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ch. IS. 19, 17 

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k 25. la 

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i 12. 1. 
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II, l.t, 21. 

cited Bern. 

10. s 

ft Gal. S. 12. 

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rCivlBam. 
1.6. 
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2a 



7—111, 

Mech. 

11-2L 

(CaOen. 
81.8a 

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I * 22. 10, 



thou shalt not uncover her 
nakedness. ° "The nakedness 
of thy father's wife shalt thou 
not uncover: it is thy father's 
nakedness. ° ''The nakedness 
of thy sister, the daughter of 
thy rather, ch- "" daughter of 
thy mother, ,aX?^,1J tx bom at 
home, or bom abroad, even 
their nakedness thou shalt not 
uncover. '° The nakedness of 
thy son's daughter, or of thy 
daughter's daughter, even their 
nakedness thou shalt not un- 
cover: for theirs is thine own 
nakedness. '' The nakedness of 
thy father's wife's daughter, 
begotten of thy &ther, she is 
thy sister, thou shalt not uncover 
her nakedness. '^ Thou shalt 
not uncover the nakedness of 
thy fiither's sister: she is thy 
father's near kinswoman. '"Thou 
shalt not uncover the nakedness 
of thy mother's sister: for she 
is thy mother's near kinswoman. 
'* Thou shalt not uncover the 
nakedness of thy father's brother, 
thou shalt not approach to his 
wife: she is thine aunt ''"'Thou 
shalt not uncover the nakedness 
of thy daughter in law: she is 
thy son's wife; thou shalt not 
uncover her nakedness. '' "Thou 
shalt not uncover the nakedness 
of thy brother's wife: it is thy 
brother's nakedness. " Thou 
shalt not uncover the nakedness 
of a woman and her £lXS'^e& 
riSSl'^a take her son's daughter, 
or her daughter's daughter, to 
uncover her nakedness ; ^ they 
are i^ near kinswomen: it is 
'wickedness. '^ ^!U*?114Vt'li!:.1 take 
»a ^SSf to her sister, to •* 'Si™" •» 
her, to uncover her nakedness, 
'beside the other in her life time. 
" juJ^ thou shalt not approach 
unto a woman to uncover her 



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nakedness, as long as she is ^£^ 
^beruucleanness. ^Mo^verthou 
shalt not lie carnally with thy 
neighbour's wife, to defile thyself 
witoher. ^lAndthoushaltnot^t" 
•""^r'SttJ'Sd'*^ "pass through 
ihejire to ''Molech, neither shaJt 
thoa -^profone the name of thy 
God: I am the Lord. '""Thou 
shaJt not lie with mankind, as 
with womankind : it is abomina- 

finn 23 'And thon ihalt not IJo nri^-h 
UOn. -^ K either ihalt thoa "^ WlUl 

any beast to defile thyself there- 
with: neither shall any woman 
stand before a b^ to lie down 
thereto: it is '"confiision. 

** 'Defile not jre yourselves in 
any of these things : ^for in all 
theae the nations are defiled 
which I cast out '""" before you: 
^ and 'the land is defiled: 
therefore I do visit the iniquity 
thereof upon it, and the land jtgeu 
'romiteth out her inhabitants. 
* -Ye Saf°a„SS!J keep my 
statutes and my f„^e^t^ and 
shall not commit any of these 
abominations ; neither anr'rf/onr 
jy^g ^ nor iSj stranger that 
moaraeth among you: " (for 
aU these abominations have the 
men of the land done, which 
were before you, and tiie land 
B defiled;) *» that the land ""Sl* 
not yon out also, when ye defile 
it, as it 'S^ o«t the ^^°S, that 
S^ before you. ^ For whoso- 
ever shall oo^t any of these 
aboninations, even the souls 
that oo^t them shall be cut 
off from among their people. 
Therefore shall ye keep 

that ye eo^t not 

^^ of these abominable cus- 
toms, which were comSltted before 
you. and that ye defile not your- 
Klves therein: -^I am the Lord 
yoor God. 



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42as 
4 21.6 
422. 9, «L 
EidcSaaO, 
22. 
MaL l.ia. 

vch.2au. 

Cp. Oen. la S 
4 Judg. 10.23 
4 Rom. I. S7 
41Ct>r.a»,10 
41Tim.l.B,I0. 

ASeaEx. 
2a& 

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1 John s. 3L 
Cj>. 1 Chr. la 
w(mg. formg .) 
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Imx. fbr mg.). 

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t-i. 

y Ex. 84. n. 

(Ai. Dnit. 27. 

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Ex. 22. Ik 

I Seech. 7. 
U-1& 

meh.sall. 

i> ch I. > 
422.1a 

OTer. 8a 
Cp. MitL IS. 
19,90 

4 Mark 7. n— 
23L 

poh.2a9X 
Cp. Deut. 18. 
U. 

Q Num. 8S. 
Si. 

Jor. 2. 7. 
Euk. 3a 17. 

rch.7.ia. 

• ch. 2a 33. 

t Seech, a 1. 
« See Ter. < 

■>ch.22.U. 

w See ch. la 
391 
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in. 

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IT See Ex. 2a 
1& 

«Op.ch.a 
3.> 

4Eph.4.ie,l21> 
4CaLaS. 

ach.22.9. 

k8eeEx.2a 
7. 

e Ter. 3. 36. 
ch.2a3a. 
Deut. la >. 

d Seech, la 

21. 

• ch. a 3, 3. 
/See Ter. 1 
Deut 24. 

14, U. 
Mel. a 6. 
Tobit4.14 
Op. Jamea & i. 



^ And the Lord spake un- 
]|Q to Moses, saying, ^ Speak 
^ unto all the congregation 
of the children of Israel, and say 
unto them, *Ye shall be holy: 
for I the Lord your God am 
holy. 3 'Ye shall fear every 
man his mother, and his father, 
and 'J" '"^ keep my sabbaths: 
I am the Lord your God. **Tum 
ye not unto ^idols, -'nor make to 
yourselves molten gods: I am 
the Lord your God. ^ And '"ft"" 
ye ofier a sacrifice of peace 
ofierings unto the Lord, ye shall 

oner U, jt your own will. It 

shall be eaten the same day ye 
ofier it, and on the morrow : and 
if ought remain until the third 
day, it shall be burnt i^Se fire- 
^ And if it be eaten at i^U on the 
third day, it is '-"aiiSSi^JJ'™ ; it 
shaU not be ^g^= «Th^„„ every 
one that eateth it 'shall bear 
his iniquity, because ^he hath 
profan^ the hi^Slnd tiling of the 
Lord: and that soul shall be 
cut off' from mnong Ws people. 

' And 'when ye reap the 
harvest of your land, thou shalt 
not wholly reap the comers of 
thy field, neimer shalt thou 
gather the ^SSi^ of thy harvest 
^° And thou shalt not glean 
thy vineyard, neither shalt thou 
gather ^J^"^'^' of thy vme- 
yard ; thou shalt leave them for 
the poor and '" "■* stranger: I 
am the Lord your God. '^ "Ye 
shall not ;{Si; ^neither "^ "• deal 
falsely, oe°toer lie one to another. 
^^ And ''ye shall not swear by 
my name felsely, Mither"lhaJt thou 
''profime the name of thy God: 
I am the Lord. ''^ "Thou shaJt 
not gPfSSd thy neighbour, „^„ rob 
him: "the wages of ^^^tfrA 
shall not abide with thee all 
night until the morning. ^* Thou 



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shalt not curse the deaf, "nor 

Eut a stumblingblock before the 
lind, but ">~ shalt *fear thy 
God: I am the Lord. ^^ "Ye 
shall do no unrighteousness in 
Tnte^t': thou shalt not respect 
the person of the poor, nor 
honour the person of the mighty: 
but in righteousness shalt thou 
judge thy neighbour. '*° *Thou 
shaft not go up and down as 
a talebearer among thy people: 
neither shalt thou-^standagamst 
the blood of thy neighbour: I 
am the Lord. "" ^Thou shalt 
not hate tiiy brother in thine 
heart: *thou shalt i„ ST'wtoe re- 
buke thy neighbour, 'and not 
2SS sin '^^n'^ hhn. « "Thou 
shalt not "■"JIST'"' nor bear 
any grudge against the children 
of thy people, but *thou shalt 
love thy neighbour as thyself: 
I am the Lord. ^° 'Ye shall 
keep my statutes. Thou shalt 
not let thy cattle gender with 
a diyerse kind: 'thou shalt not 
sow thy field with •^JSSfe"' seed : 
neither shaU 'f^'Sa'^SSjiS'Sf' 

ganneot of two klndi of naff mingledtogetber. 
linen imd woollen come upon thee. 

^ And whosoever lieth carnally 
with a woman, that is a bond- 
maid, * betrothed to an husband, 
and not at all redeemed, nor 
freedom given her; ','ihJ shall 
be £^,ISSd ; they shall not be put 
to death, because she was not 
free. ^ And "he shall bring his 
faS^ offering unto the Lord, 
unto the door of the ube.^ie'l.f the 
«S?^&n. even a ram for a t^HSIi. 
onermg. ^ And the priest shall 
make „, atonement for him with 
the ram of the t^SL, offering 
before the Lord for his sin 
which he hath "SSS*: and ^tg,*^' 

be forglTen for hJa sin which he hath sinned. 
irhich ha hath done shall be foriilren him. 

^ And when ye shall come into 



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k Jer. B. as 
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& 3 John 11. 

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22. Rom. 12 17, 

12. UelxiaSb 
ach.21. 1,4, 

S. Itent. 14. 1. 
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5 1 47. 5 & 4a 

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k Juno 2. e. 
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r Cp. Deut. 
2a 17. 

• Dent. 22. 
»-U. 

t rer. a. ch. 
aas. SeeEx. 

aas. 

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Cp. HUL 21. 

13, IS k Hark 
1 1. 16—17 

k Luke la O. 
« k John a 

14—16. 

ecfa.aas,9r7. 

IK'uL la 11. 

luLau. Ciw 

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as. 
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2a. 

h Dent la 

19l Bee Ter. IK 

c See Ter. 16, 



the land, and shall have planted 
all manner of trees for food, then 
ye shaU count the froiit thereof as 
^iiSSiSSSS^: three years shaU 
'^J' be as uncircumcised unto 
JSSI it shall not be ^l^. ^ But 
m the fourth year all the fruit 
thereof shall be '"^khoS?^'*^ 
praise ^%,^ ^Zl ^ And in 
the fifth year shall ye eat of 
the fruit thereof, that it may 
yield unto you the increase 
thereof: I am the Lord your 
God. 26 »Ye shall not eat any 
thing with the blood: 'neither 
shallye use ^SSSS™?- nor '^S^ 
"uSS- " 'Ye shall not round the 
comers of your heads, neither 
shalt thou mar the comers of 
thy beard. ^ Ye shall not make 
any "cuttings in your flesh for 
the dead, nor print any marks 
upon you: I am the LoM>. 
"^ Do 'nWr^Lt. thy daughter, 

tom■ke her n harlot . logf fha 
cause her to be a whore > ■'*'°'' "'^e 

land &11 to whoredom, and the 
land become full of ' wickedness. 
^ 'Ye shall keep my sabbaths, 
and "reverence my sanctuary: 
I am the Lord. ^ "'^"^^''"i.r'" 
them that have fiuniliar spirits, 

nor onto the wixards; seek them not out, tj\ 
neither seek after wixards, ■>" 

be defiled by them: I am the 
Lord your God. ** «Thou shalt 
rise up before the hoary head, 
and honour the fece of the old 
man, and "»» -^^ -fear thy God : 
I am the Lord. ^ And 'if a 
stranger sojourn with thee in 
your knd, ye shall not 'H.'lJS hi2* 
^. sTSie Stranger that •°^°^SL'^ 
with you shall be unto you as 
""oS?bSS" among you, and Hhou 
shalt love him as thyself; for ye 
were strangers in the land of 
Egypt: I am the Lord your 
God. ^ "Ye shall do no un- 
righteousness in ^ju^eX Jn mete- 



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yard, in weighty or in measure. 
^ •Just balances, iust 'weights, 
a just ephah, and a just hin, 
shall ye have: I am the Lord 
your God, which brought you 
out of the land of Egypt 
'^ Th^o^%iSi"« observe all my 
statutes, and all my 'J^^^ and 
do them : I am the Lobd. 

^And the Lord spake un- 
20 to Moses, saying, 2 Mor««r. 

tlion shalt say to the 
children of Israel, AVhosoever 
be be of the children of Israel, 
or of tiie strangers that sojourn 
in Israel, that giveth a«y of his 
seed unto Molech ; he shall 
sorely be put to death: the 
people of the land shall stone 
him with stones. ^ 'L^ wiU 
set m^ &ce against that man, 
and will cut him off from among 
his pecmle; because he hath 
giyen of his seed unto Molech, 
*to defile my sanctuary, and 'to 
profone my holy nama * And 
if the people of the land do any 
ways hide their eyes from u,*' 
man, when he giveth of his seed 
mito Molech, and "•""Siu hSJ ^ot""" : 
' then I will set my fiaice against 
that man, and against his family, 
and will cut him oS, and all that 
'go a whoring after him, to 
cmnmit whore<K>m with Molech, 
from among their peopla ^And 
«the soul that tnmeth "X^^h^ 
hare fruniliar spirits, and '^^tm* 
wizards, to go a whoring after 
them, *'I wiU even set mj face 
against that soul, and will cut 
him off from among his people. 
' 'Sanctify yourselves therefore, 
and be ye holy: for I am the 
hoKD your God. ^ 'And ye sluJl 
keep my statutes, and do them : 
"I am the Lord which sanctify 
you. ' For 'every one that 
corseth his father or his mother 



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shall iTfe.^ put to death: he 
hath cursed his father or his 
mother; ^his blood shall be 
upon him. ^° And "the man 
tnat committeth adulteir with 
another man's wife, even he that 
committeth adultery with his 
neighbour's wife, the adulterer 
and the adulteress shall surely 
be put to death. " *And the 
man that lieth with his father's 
wife hath uncovered his father's 
nakedness: both of them shall 
surely be put to death; their 
blood shall be upon them. '* 'And 
if a man lie with his daughter in 
law, both of them shall surely be 
put to death: they have wrought 
''confusion ; their blood shall be 
upon them. " '^"J £„'£?» Ue 
with mankind, as helill&^SSfTwoln, 
both of them have committed „ 
abomination : they shall surely 
be put to death; their blood 
shall be upon them. ^* ""And if 
a man take a wife and her 
mother, it is 'wickedness: they 
shall be burnt witii fire, both 
he and they; that there be no 
wickedness among you. ^^ "And 
if a man lie wim a beast, he 
shall surely be put to death: 
and ye shall slay the beast 
^^ "And if a woman approach 
unto any beast, and lie down 
thereto, thou shalt kill the 
woman, and the beast: they 
shall surely be put to death; 
their blood shall oe upon them. 
''^ 'And if a man shall take his 
sister, his father's daughter, or 
his mother's daughter, and see 
her nakedness, and she see his 
nakedness- it is a 'ti^td' thing; 
and they shall be cut off in the 
sight of ">» "''^'*»° »' their people: 
he hath uncovered his sister's 
nakedness; he shall bear his 
iniquity. ^^ "And if a man shall 



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lie with a woman having her 
sickness, and shall uncover her 
nakedness; he hath I^i^SJ^ her 
fountain, and she hath uncovered 
the fountain of her blood: and 
both of them shall be cut 
off from among their people. 
'* 'And thou shalt not uncover 
the nakedness of thy mother's 
sister, nor of thy father's sister: 
for he """"^S^e^ar^ bis 'near 
kin: they shall bear their ini- 
quity. ^"-^And if a man shall 
be with his uncle's wife, he hath 
uncovered his imcle's nakedness : 
they shall bear their sin; the^ 
shall die childless. ^ *And if 
a man shall take his brother's 
wife, it is t« SclSiKhtag : be hath 
uncovered his brother's naked- 
ness; they shall be childless. 

^ * Ye shall therefore keep all 
my statutes, and all my ffiTt^ 
and do them: that the land, 
whither I bring you to dwell 
therein, *J™" you not out 
^ 'And ye shall not walk in 
the SS2SSS of the nation, which 
I cast out before you: for they 
eon^ftted aU tbeso things, and 
therefore I abhorred them. ^But 
"I have said unto you, Ye shall 
inherit their land, and I will 
give it unto you to possess it, 
a land thifflowU with milk and 
honey: I am the Lokd your 
God, ''which have separated you 
from ^"J^JSI. '^ 'Ye shall 
therefore p„t"ffiJ™no. between "« 
clean ^^ and ^'' unclean, and 
between ""■ unclean IS^i and >^ 
clean: and ye shall not make 
your souls abominable by beast, 
or by fowl, or by any nuSI« of 

wharawith the ground 'teenietb, 
Urhip thins that ]CTeev>eth on the groand. 

which I have separated from 
you as unclean. ^^ And "ye 
shall be holy unto me: "for I 



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the Lord am holy, and hav< 
1S^^ you from ^r"^^ tha 
ye should be mine. 

^ "A man also or ' wonoaz 
that hath a familiar spirit, oi 
that is a wizard, shall surelj be 
put to death: they shall ^stonc 
them with stones: ''their blooc 
shall be upon them. 

^ And the Lord said 
21 unto Moses, Speak unto 
the priests the sons of 
Aaron, and say unto them, 
'There shall none ^^SSf for 
the dead among his ^Pi«: 2 "^f*- 
for his kin, that is near unto 
him, aat u, for Ins mother, and 
for his fether, and for his son, 
and for his daughter, and for 
bia RSte; ^ and for his sister 
a virgin,' that is '^j^ unto him, 
which hath had no SSS^J. for 

lior m&v ha defile himself. 4 1 Ha 

ner may ne be defiled. Dun he 

shall not defile himself ^^being 
a chief man among his people, 
to profane himselfL * "They snail 
not make baldness upon their 
bead, neither shall they shave 
off the comer of their beard, 
nor make any cuttings in their 
flesL * They shall be holy unto 
their God, and "not proiane the 
name of their God: for the 
offerings of the Lord made by 
fire, ani '*ibe bread of their God, 
they do offer: therefore they 
shall be holy. ' 'They shall not 
take a 'SiT' that is a ^^ or 
'profane; neither shall tliey take 
a woman "pnt away from her 
husband: for be is holy unto 
hia God. ^ Thou shalt sanctifv 
him therefore; for he oifereth 
the bread of thy God: he shall 
be holy unto thee: for »I the 
Lord, which sanctify you, *am 
holy. ° And the daughter of any 



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viiginity. 



priest, if she pro&ne herself by 

E laying the tte% she profimeth 
er father: "she shall De burnt 
with fire. 

'o i-And he that is the high 
priest among his brethren, upon 
whose head the anointing oil ^ 
poured, and Hhat is consecrated 
to put on the garments, 'shall 

nn* l«t the hair o{ his head go loose, nnr 
not naoorer hit head" "^r 

rend his clothes ; "" neither shall 
he 'go in to any dead body, nor 
d^Ie hinoself for his father, or 
for his mother; " "neither shall 
he go out of the sanctuary, 'nor 
profieme the sanctuary of his 
God; for •'the 'crown of the 
anointing oil of his God is upon 
him: I am. the LoKD. ^^ And 
he shall take a wife in her 
^ A widow, "or °f 

Wa 'profane woman, __ 
. profane, or au 

harlot, these shall he not take: 
bat he riian take a virgin of his own 
people .hau ho uke to wifa ^^ ^llh« 
shall ^ pro&ne his seed among 
his people: for "I "° the Loed 
"^ sanctify him. 

^® And the Lord spake unto 
Moaes, saying, ''^ S^wak unto 
Aaron, saying. Whosoever he be 
of thy seed '>»°^<>»' their genera- 
tions that hath alt blemish, let 
him not 't^protich to ojQfer the 
'btead of his God ^^ For what- 
aoever man he be that hath a 
blemish, he shall not approach: 
'a Uind man, or a lame, or he 
that hath a 'flat nose, or ''any 
thing superfluous, ^° or a man 
that is brokenfooted, or broken- 
handed, ^ or crookbackt, or *a 
dwari^ or that hath a blemish in 
his eye, or '^ scurvy, or scabbed, 
or 'mith his stones broken ; ^ no 
™*n ti,t hati, , biemtah of the seed 
of Aaron the i»»"t. u>»tj^^ » "«»»»»»'. 
shall come nigh to ^ offer the 
oflerings of the Lord made by 



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U. 

(Oh. laa. 

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43, M. 
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fire : he hath a blemish ; he shall 
not come nigh to offer the bread 
of his God. ^ He shall eat the 
bread of his God, both of the 
"most holy, and of the ''holy. 
^ Only he shall not go in unto 
the tS'ii; nor come nign imto the 
altar, because he hath a blemish; 
that he -^profane not my sanc- 
tuaries: "for I "» the Lord '§!,<=»' 
sanctify them ^^a Moses Sua 
unto Astxon, and to his sons, and 
unto all the children of Israel 
'And the Lord spake un- 
to Moses, saying, ^ Speak 
unto Aaron and to his 
sons, that they '^ separate them- 




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lame in thote th\nas wblct 

: I am the Lord, 



profane not my holy name in thote i 

my holy name . ~ 
they hallow onto me ■ 

' Say unto them. Whosoever 
he be of all your seed "^^SS"* 
your generations^ that "'■T^S'"' 
unto the holy things, whicn the 
children of Israel haUow unto 
the LoRD,^having his uncleanness 
upon him, that soul shall be cut 
offfirom ^^^^'- I am the Lord. 
* What man soever of the seed of 
Aaron is a leper, or 'hath , jrSning 
issue; he shall not eat of tite 
holy things, ''until he be dean. 
And 'whoso toucheth 'any thing 
that is unclean by the dead, or 
"a man whose seed goeth from 
him; * or "whosoever toucheth 
any creeping thing, whereby he 
may be made unclean, or "& man 
of whom he may take unclean- 
ness, whatsoever uncleanness he 
hath; e the soul which h.tg°gSJ&ed 
any such shall be unclean until *^ 
even, and shall not eat of the 
holy things, unless he '^^ his 
flesh ^^h water. ^ And when 
the sun is down, he shall be 

olean; onri afterward he ehall »af »f fVin 
clean, a"Q ihaU afterward ^ai OI Uie 

holy SlSg-, because "it is his ^^ 



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8 -That which dieth of itself, or 
is torn ^th'^S^ he shall not 
eat to defile himself therewith: 
I am the Lord. * They shall 
therefore keep „i?/o^SSce. 'lest 
they bear sin for it, and die 
the?Jfi?J, if they profane it: "*! "° 
the Lord "SS'*' sanctify them. 
'*° .^There shall no stranger eat 
of the hol^ thing : a sojourner 
of the "JriS^ or an hired servant, 
shall not eat of the holy thing. 
^' But if the priest buy any 
""^ m5i 5'Jrit^* "' liis money, he 
shall eat of 1^= and 'gfth^t'ff born 
in his SS™- *they shall eat 
of his SSJ « ^S tiJ. ' priest's 
daughter |j„ be married imto 
♦a stranger, she S^' not eat of 
the^^heave ofierfng of the holy 
things. '3 But if £„ priest's 
daughter be a widow, or di- 
vorced, and have no child, and 
is ""returned unto her father's 
house, "as in her youth, she 
shall eat of her father's ^: 
but there shall no stranger eat 
thereof '* *And if a man eat 
of the holy thing unwittingly, 
then he shall put «the fifth ^rt 
thereof unto it, and shall give n 
unto the priest ^tt the holy 
thing. ^* And 'they shall not 
pro^e the holy tMngs of the 
children of Israel, wmch they 
ofier unto the Lord; '« "5* T,^T 
them "to bear the iniquity '^f 
■^rli^"* when they eat their 
holy things: '*for I "" the Lord 
"^^ sanctify them. 

'^ And the Lord spake unto 
Moses, saying, ^° Speak unto 
Aaron, and to his sons, and unto 
all the children of Israel, and 
say unto them, ;^2S?;« he be 
of the house of Israel, or of the 
strangers in Israel, that ^u°?flSr 

'hia obutlon, whether it be any of their tows, 
'"^ obution tor all hie tows, &nd for 



aSeoch. 7. 
2<. 



ft ch. I. 3, 10. 

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a. 
SMoh.ls. 17. 

iich.2i.e, 
IS, 21. 

«Deut. 15.21 
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Mai. 1. 8,14. 
Cp. Hob, 0. M 
* 1 Pet. 1. 19. 

/ch. 24. a. 
Ci>. ISun. 
21.8 

k M^t 12. 4 
k Uark 2. % 
t Luke 6. i. 

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11,18. 

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U,19. 



r ch. la 8. 
Mum. laii. 

« Seech. 8. 
11. 

OkL 1.14. 



vch. 1.3,8, 
10. 
Num. IS. 14. 



" "Ji hi. """ freewiQ ofierings, 
which tiiey ^u offer unto the 
Lord for a burnt offering ; ^^ ^* 

ye may be accepted, ye ahall ^offer » molo 
thalX offer at your own jrtll «* U«UC 

without blemish, of the beeves, 
of the sheep, or of the goats. 
^ 'But whatsoever hath a 
blemish, that shall ye not offer : 
for it shall not be acceptable 
for you. ^ And 'whosoever 
offereth a sacrifice of peace 
offerings unto the Lord *tc 
^accomplish {^i^ vow, or '" a free- 

■m^n offering, of the herd or of the Socl^ {4 
""* offenne in iMevei or §Bheep, " 

shall be perfect to be accepted ; 
there shall be no blemish thereia 
^ ■'Blind, or broken, or maimed, 
or having 'a wen, or *8curvy, oi 
scabbed, ye shall not offer these 
unto the Lord, nor make 'an 
offering by fire of them upon the 
altar unto the Lord. ^Eithei 
a bullock or a "lamb that hath 
any thing "superfluous or lacking 
in his parts, that mayest thou 
offer for a freewill offering; but 
for a vow it shall not be accepted 

24 That which hath it* atones 

Ye shall not olTer unto the Lofti> that wlilcli ii 

bruised, or crushed, or broken 

OTcnt, ye shall not offer nnto the Loai> 
cnt 

neither shaU ye mskea^V^w^^ 
in your land ^ Neither from 
"""a^inlU £Sr" shall ve offei 
*the bread of your God of anj 
of these ; because their 'corrup- 
tion is in them, ^'AUiS^? in 
them : they shall not be accepted 
for you. 

^ And the Lord spake untc 
Moses, saying, " "When a bul- 
lock, or a sheep, or a goat, it 
brought forth, then it shall be 
seven days under the dam ; and 
from the eighth day and thence- 
forth it shall be accepted foi 
the obution of ^q offering made bj 
fire unto the Lord. ^ And 
whether it be cow or *"ewe, ye 



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^^^T^ young 
-^^xi<i "when 

e none of i-fc -»mtil the 

\aiat\iei^ojtx>- »■• *There- 

■jekeeo xrvy csommand- 

m do ^ftiOTO. : I am the 

, sSu^l? a\ia,\\ ^«» profane 

^ki\3Mme-, V>\i-fc *I wiU be 

Wowed among t.Yke children of 

Hael: '1 am ^[^e "Loud which 

Wkw yoxi, ^ WvBtt. \>rought you 

0* flC the \an<d. o£ ^gypC *to be 

jow God: \ «m. t.'kie Lobd. 

"* &x\d tVie Xa)rd spake un- 

2^ to Moses, aa,ying, ^ Speak 

^^ imto t3ae children of Israel, 

anA Bay nnto them, c^i^i^^TSi,^ 

leasts of the Lord, which ye 

shall "proclaim to be *holy con- 

▼ocaitiona, even these are my "' 

feaeta. ^ ''Six days shall work 

be done : but "* the seventh day 

is ti sabbath of "''^ rest, ^an 

l»olv convocation; ye shall do 

no "^^^^rr^^- it is tSe sabbath 

^3f* the Lord in all your dwell- 



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* "These are the ■•' feasts of 
the LoKD, even *'holy convoca- 
tiooa, -which ye shall proclaim 
in their ''"^^LT^ * "In 

t^K^k ttcab nontli, on the (oaiteenth day of the 
*•*"' foaiteenth day of the flret 

month 'at ^S" is the Lord's 
paaaover. ® And on the fifteenth 
day of the same month is the 
fieaet of unleavened bread unto 
the Lord : seven days ye ^^ 
eat nnleavened bread '' "In 
the first day ^e shall have an 
holy convocation: ye shall do 
no ''servile work'thJi^in. ® But ye 
shall offer an oflering made by 
fire unto the Lord seven days: 
m the seventh day is an holy 



aCp-DeoL 
22.6. 



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c ch. 7. IB. 
llEx.2S.ia 

Num. IS. 18, U 

1128.16. 

I)eut.2ai,2. 

Kii.ia.xi. 
Num. IS. «. 
Deat.4.40. 

/Mr. n. 

g 8m ch. la 

k ch. la a. 

< rer. 15, 20. 
Ex. 28. 24. 

I 8M0h.9a 



I oh. I. 10. 



n Tcr. 4, 37. 
Num. 29. »>. 
8m Ex. 23. 
14—17. 

o Num. la 

la 

P>. 81. 3. 

Joel 2. 19. 
p Ex. r2. 1& 
« Ex. 29. 40. 

rch. 10. 8. 

Ex. 23. 12 
&3I. 10 

* 84. 31. 
Lake 13. 14 
Sec Ex. 2a 
8—11 

* Drat. 5. 12- 
1& 

• Cik ch. 2. 
14. 



( Ex. 34. -JSl 
Deut. la a. 

xEs. 13.3,10 
ft 23. l:> 

Noill. 9. 2, 3 

k 28. 1*>, 17. 

Jwh. 5. 10. 

1 Kin. 2a a. 

Elrft 6. i». 

Cp. Num. 9. 

10,11 

ft a 1 lir, 30. 2, 

13, \U. 

8« 111. 12. i- 

14 

ft Drat, la 
1-8. 
Ex. 12. 16. 

Num. 2a 18, 
•a. 

» AoU 2. 1 
(Ok.1. 

X Num. 2a 



SS;;SS'tiSS; ye shaU do no 

work. 
work tKartin. 

^ And the Lord spal 
Moses, saying, ^° Spea 
the children of Israel, i 
unto them, ''When ye h 
into the laxA which 1 gi' 
you, and shall reap the 
thereof, then ye shall l 
'sheaf of •'^the firstfruits 
harvest imto the priest: 
he shall 'wave the sheai 
the Lord, to be accep 
you: on the morrow af 
sabbath the priest shall ' 
'2Andy,.UXrth.tday^ 
*wave the '*'»'• S^lS^'h" 
without blemish of the fii 
for a burnt ofiering ui 
Lord. « ""And the SSt 
thereof shall be two 

part, ^^n ephah ^f fl^g f^^^y^ , 

with oil, an offering m 
fire unto the Lord for i 
savour : «and the drink 
thereof shall be of wi 
fourth part of an hin. 
ye shall eat neither bre 
'parched com, nor '^ 
until fhe selfsame 'SSJSI' 
brought J*''o§X°°„^ you 
it %M h, a statute fo 
throughout your genera! 
all your dwellings. 

^* And *ye shall com 
you from the morrow aJ 
sabbath, from the da 
ye brought the sheaf 
wave offering; seven si 
shall *''*" be complete: 
unto the morrow aft 
seventh sabbath shall ye : 
"fifty days; and j^e shs 
*a new SSt offering ui 
Lord. ^^ Ye shall bri 
of your habitations tW' 
loaves of two tenth ""^ t 
they shall be of fine %% 

leaven; 



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[Chap. 23, v. 37 



"firstftnitB unto the Lord. 
'8 And ye shall "X?' with the 
bread seven lambs without 
blemish of the first year, and 
one young bullock, and two 
rams: they shall be /or & burnt 
offering unto the Lord, with 
their SSt ofifering, and their 
drink offerings, even an offering 
made by fire, °of' sweet savour 
unto the Lord. ^° 4™ ye shall 
^f„ 'one wdo^'ffir'goat. for a sin 
offering, and two ^t^ of the 
first year for a sacrifice of ''peace 
offenngs. ^° And the priest 
shall wave them with the bread 
of the flrstfiruits for "a wave 
ofifering before the Lord, with 
the two lambs: -^they shall be 
holy to the Lord for the priest. 
=» And ye shall "^•p?^™^'"' on 
the selfsame gg' tettS be an 
holy convocation unto you: ye 
shall do no servile work tiunin- 
it mJ!m be a statute for ever in all 
your dwellings throughout your 
generations. 

^ And 'when ye reap the 
harvest of your land, thou shalt 
not ,^e dAdd£.oe of the comers 
of thy field when'thoa r,.pert. neither 
shalt thou gather ^|. gleaning 
of thy harvest : thou shalt leave 
them £to the poor, and '£■ the 
stranger: I am the Lord your 
God, 

^ And the Lord spake unto 
Moses, saying, ^ Speak unto 
the children of Israel, saying. 
In ^the seventh month, in the 
first day of the month, shall 

be a »oIemn rest unto you, *„ Tnomninfi.1 
n have a ubbath, * memonai 

of blowing of trumpets, an holy 
convocation. ^ Ye shall do no 
servile work th«^-- lit ye shall 
offer an offering made by fire 
unto the Lord. 

^ And the Lord spake unto 
Moses, saying, "^ "aTm" "on the 



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11. 

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kKiim.20. 
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Ema.*. 
Niih. a. 14. 
Enk. «S. a. 
Hot. ia.». 
Zech. 14. 16. 
John 7. 2. 



(Num. 28.1. 

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Neh. a IS. 
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» ih. 18. B. 

2 Num. 29. 

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ft 2. 15. 
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m Ter. 2, 4. 

K oh. 16. w, 
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tenth day of this seventh month 
ihere^lhMbe^ day of atouemeut: it 
shaU be an holy convocation 
unto ^. and ye shall afl9ict your 
SSSit' and ^* "^ offer an offering 
made by fire unto the Lord. 
28 And ye shall do no °»^" ^ 
work in that same day : for it is 
a day of atonement, to make „ 
atonement for you before the 
Lord your Gk)d- ^ For whatso- 
ever soul it be that shall not be 
afflicted in that same day, ''he 
shall be cut off from among his 
people. ^° And whatsoever soul 
it be that doeth any »°»^"°' work 
in that same day, u,i^e soul wUl 
I destroy firom among his people. 
^ Ye shall do no manner of 
work : « ^t i„ a statute for ever 
throughout your generations in 
all your dwellings. ^^ It shall 
be unto you a sabbath of *•'•"" 
rest, and ye shall afflict your 
souls : in the ninth day of 
the month at even, from even 
unto even, shall ye *oieb!mto jour 
sabbath. 

^ And the Lord spake unto 
Moses, saying, ^ Speak unto 
the children of Israel, saying, 
'%,,""" fifteenth day of this 
seventh month am be the feast 
of 'tabernacles for seven days 
unto the Lord. ^^ On the first 
day shall be an holy convocation : 
ye shall do no servile TOrkw^n. 
^ Seven days ye shall offer an 
offering made by fire unto the 
Lord: '^on the eighth day shall 
be an holy convocation unto 
you ; and ye shall offer an ofifer- 
mg made by fire unto the Lord : 
it is a *♦ 'solemn assembly; „^ 
ye shall do no servile worwS^n. 

" "These are the "' feasts of 
the Lord, which ye shall pro- 
claim to be holy convocations, 
to offer an offering made by fire 



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nnto ihe Lord, a burnt offering, 
and a ^ offering, a sacrifice, 
and drink offerings, erSfo.^' uPU 
day : ^ •beside the sabbaths of 
the LoHD, and beside your gifts, 
and beside all your vows, and 
beside all your freewill offerings, 
whichye give unto the LoRix 

** ^^S£?*ta°° the fifteenth day 
of the seventh month, when ye 
have ''gathered in the 'Sm of the 
land, ye shall keep *5" feast nSto 
the Lord seven days : on the 
first day shall be a "ISIggiSf^ and 
on the eighth day shall be a 
"S*L»r^ *° And /ye shall take 
yon on the first day the .£?(§„ of 
goodly trees, branches of palm 
trees, and the boughs of thick 
Irees, and willows of the brook ; 
and *ye shall rejoice before the 
Lord your God seven days. 
** ^And ye shall keep it a feast 
unto the Lord seven days in the 
7«J!*/« Imi be a statute for ever in 
your generations : ye shall Ji^u, 
It in uie seventh month. ^'^ 'Ye 
shall dwell in booths seven days; 
aa that are "^^tei-bo^ shaU 
dwell in booths: '^•"that your 
graierations may know that I 
made the children of Israel to 
dwell in booths, when I brought 
them oat of the land of Egypt: 
I am the Lord your God 
** And Moses "decmred unto 
the children of Israel the "* 
fieasts of the Lord. 

'' 'And the Lord spake 
^M nnto Moaes, saying, ^ Com- 
■ mandthechildrenoflsrael, 
that they bring unto thee pure 
^^<^ beaten for the lights '^to 
camaetSt^ta to hum continually. 
» Without the Jg} of the testi- 
mony, in the tia«™^*o?t£ "SiSWion. 
shall Aaron order it from 



the 



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a Nttm.9&. 

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<Bz.sa.u. 

94. 
1KJIL7.«. 

achr.4.u 
k IS. U. 
Hib. B. a. 

/BMNdi.a 
14— U 



;10hT.al2. 
CvL Nam. 4. 7 
kacbr.x< 

kDraLia. 
14,16. 

OeeKiun. 
jZSlU-M. 

il8«m.2l.& 
lUtt. IZ4. 
Mark2.aL 
Luke a. 4. 

top.oh.aie 
ft8.n 

&£l. 2S.»L 

I8raN4b.a 
14—18. 



m Soe Deat. 
SI. 10-U. 



o fie« Ter. 10. 
p Cm £1.8. 

14,16 

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31. 



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the Lord continually: it shall 
be a statute for ever '>«<»«i««t 
your generations. * He shall 
order the lamps upon 'the pure 
candlestick before the Lord con- 
tinoally. 

' And thou shalt take fine 
flour, and bake twelve "cakes 
thereof: two tenth »«*'^«*<* 
shall be in one cake. ° And 
thou shalt set them in ''two 
rows, six on a row, 'upon the 
pure table before the Lord. 
' And thou shalt put pure 
frankincense npon each ^w, 
that it may be^ the bread for 
a memorial, even an ofiering 
made by fire xmto the Lord. 
8 'Every sabbath ^ he shall 
set it in order before the Lord 

oantlntullyi It Is <on the behsU ot tha 
oontliio»Ilj% betnt taken from "'" 

children of j^SS%r an everlasting 
covenant * And Hi shall be 
'^■SS" and his SSJ; *and they 
shall eat it in the holy place: 
for it is most holy unto him of 
the offerings of the Lord made 
by fire by a perpetual statutei 

■"• And the son of an Israelitish 
woman, whose father was an 
Egyptian, went out among the 
chudren of Israel : and £^ son of 
the IsraeUtish woman and a man 
of Israel strove together in the 
camp; " and the fS^SS.'SSSiiS? 
"S™" "blasphemed the ^,^JSh,». 
and S;^'SS they 'brought him 
unto ^Sm: (uI his mother's name 
was Shelomith, the daughter 
of Dibri, of the tribe of £s?:, 
■■* And 'they put him in ward, 

t'tliat it mlidit be declared nnto tbem si ths 
uiab ^, g^Bj of the LoKD might 



month of the Lobdl 
be ehewed them. 



^^ And the Lord spake unto 
Moses, saying, ■•* "Bring forth 
him that hath cursed without 
the camp ; and let all that heard 



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[Chap. 25, v. 14 



him "lay their hands upon his 
head, and let all the congre- 
gation stone him. '^ And thou 
shalt speak unto the children of 
Israel, saying, Whosoever curseth 
his God shall ^bear his sin. 
^* And he that "blasphemeth 
the name of the LoRix he shall 
surely be put to de^^ond aU 
the congregation shall certainly 
stone him : as well the stranger, 

as hethat"iSbSS''to'SeUad. whCH he 

blasphemeth the name of the 
Lord, shall be put to death. 
"•And he that "^•SfiS&'S^SS?^'' 
shaU surely be put to t^^; «'1SS 
he that "»"«Sl5ifitSlft.Sr*^ sliaU 
makeitg«SSf^SJSrtforbl«*i. «And 
if a man cause a blemish in his 
neighbour; ^as he hath done, 
so shall it be done to him; 
^ breach for breach, eye for 
eye, tooth for tooth : as he hath 
caused a blemish in a man, so 

shaUitbeCir'hSSVS: '"^^^ 
he that kiUeth a SSSl ha''iSiS^4iM : 
»and he that killeth a ,„S."h, shall 
be put to deatL 22 ^e shall 
have *one manner of law, as 
well for the stranger, as for 

one of rcNir'owa ooantrr • for I am the 

Lord your God. ^ And Moses 
spake to the children of Israel, 
thS th'T^SoSd"^ forth him that 
had cursed out of the camp, 
and 'JtoiS? him with stones. And 
the cUldren of Israel did as the 
LoBD commanded Moses. 

^"And the Lord spake un- 
2^ to Moses in mount Sinai, 
*^ saying, ^ Speak unto the 
children of Israel, and say unto 
them, When ye come into the 
land which I give you, then 
shall ''the land 'keep a sabbath 
unto the Lord. » Six years 
thou shalt sow thy field, and 
six years thou shalt prune thy 



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0ix.Ez.aa7. 

c »er. 11. 
1 Kin. II. 10, 

13. 

Matt 26. 00, 
«& 

Mark 14. a, M. 
John la U 
dCpLlKtn. 

Itai 87.10. 



• Oen.a5,6. 
£1. 21. 13. 
Num. as. 11. 
Doat. la. II, 
12. 

/Ex.21, a, 
34. 



^Ter. 12. 

kEx.ai. 
23— as. 
DguL la U. 
Matt. 0.39 
ft 7. 1. 



iCp.«h.2a 

ft ImL 27. 13. 

yell. 28. M, 

tl. 

t ch. la 34. 

V.X. 12. 481 
^'mn. IS. 18. 



I bal. ei. 1. 
Jer. 34. S, U, 
la, 17. 

Eiek. 40. 17. 
C'p. laaL SI. 2 
ft S3. 4 
ft Lulio 4. Ul 

m Cp. Trr. 14. 

« ch. 27. ai 
Kum. 30. 4. 



iich.ae.46. 

P Ter. 4, 6. 



q rtr. S, 7. 
r Ei.23.10, 



('II. ch. 28. 34, 

35 

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vineyard, and gather in the ^SiSx 
thereof; * but in the seventh 
year shall be a sabbath of '^"^ 
rest ^ the land, a sabbath "%?* 
the Lord: thou shalt neither bow 
thy field, nor prune thy vine- 
yard. * ''That which groweth 
of its ol^iUnitd of thy harvest thou 
shalt not reap, aeithS^er the 

trmnoa int i\w ondirased Tine thoa shalt 
grapes 'OI tny rinenndnswd: 

not^er: J^ ihJl be j^ ygj^. ^f solemn 

rest iSlo the land. ^ And the 
sabbatii of the land shall be 
'm^ for you; for thee, and for 
thy SJJSt, and for thy maid, and 
for thy hired :SJSt and for thy 
stranger that ^^^ZSh with £|S.' 
^ and for thy cattle, and for the 
tt that are in thy land, "shall 
all the increase thereof be ' mJS?!*' 
° And thou shalt number seven 
sabbaths of years unto thee, seven 
times seven years; and iu?e"sSJ?«? 

unto thee the dsys of seven sSbbaths of jreezs, erea 
the seTen ssbbsths of jresm shall be nnto thee 

forty and nine years. ° Then shalt 

i-Timi send abroad <the loud trumpet 

inOU cause the trumpet II of the labile to sonnd 

on the tenth day of the seventh 
ZS^' ^in the day of atonement 
shall ye SL^'SJ^'peT-SSS through- 
out all your land. '° And ye 
shall hallow the fiftieth year, 
and 'proclaim liberty through- 
out att the land unto all the 
inhabitants thereof: it shall be 
a jubile unto you; "and ye 
shcdl return every man unto his 
possession, and ye shall return 
every man unto his family. ''^ A 
jubile shall that fiftieth year be 
unto you: ^ye shall not sow, 
neither reap ''that which groweth 
of itself in it, nor gawer the 

nvnvwa in it nf ^e ondrested Tinea. 
grapea m II OI u,y ^n, nndrewed. 

'2 For it is the jubile; it shall 
be holy unto you: «^e shall eat 
the increase thereof out of the 
field. « "In ^^'^jrSi'Ln jubUe ye 
shall return every man unto his 
possession. ^* And if thou sell 



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108 



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LEVITICUS 



[Chap. 25, v. 34 



^ nnto thy neighbour, or 
ta^^ of thy neighbour's hand, 
•ye shall not o^J^SL one another: 
'* 'according to the niunber of 
years after the jubile thou shalt 
buy of thy neighbour, a/nd 
according unto the number of 
years of the ^SU he shall sell 
unto S2". '® According to the 
mnltitude of *'" years thou shalt 
increase the price thereof, and 
according to the fewness of ""* 
years thou shalt diminish the 
price of ill for «^j,„, to the 
nnmber </«« ?LS'of?g2 fruit, doth 
he sell unto thee. " -^^e^' shall 
^ot tie«ftS%preM ouc another; 
^ut thou shalt fear thy Gk)d : 
for I am the Lord your God. 
■"'Wherefore ye shall do my 
statutes, and keep my jS^^SS.^ 
and do them; '^and ye shall 
dwell in the land in safety. 
"And 'the land shall yield her 
fruit, and •'ye shall eat your 
fill, *and dwell therein in safety. 
*° And if ye shall say, *What 
shall we eat the seventh year? 
behold, 'we shall not sow, nor 
gather in our increase: ^ then 
I will "command my blessing 
upon you in the sixth year, and 
it shall bring forth fruit for **" 
three years. "^"^ "And ye shall 
WW the eighth year, and eat 
"^^"il'^f^,^' until the 
Mnth J2J-. until her fruits come 
W ye shail eat <y the old store. 
^ ^:^."» land shaU not be sold 
^^S^T' for nhe land is S!SI,= for 
ye are 'strangers and sojourners 
with me. *♦ And in all the land 
of your possession ye shall grant 
a redemption for the land. 

* If thy brother be waxen 
poor, and ^^ «,'i .„y some of 

nifl Twioaaoairkn 'then shall his kinsman 
""possession, „<! if »ny of his kin 
■wu next nnto him oome, and shsU -raiKatxm 
<a>utondaainit,then8hallha rCQeCm 



a Cp. ch. ig. 
boh. 37. 18, 



cBeeTer. 



<tch.27. :i. 
• nr. 11,41. 



/Ter. a<),4S. 
ch. la 1^ u 



g 8«e ch. la. 
4,S. 



kch.2ail,6. 
Dcut. 12. la 
Cp. FniT. I. S3 
k Jer. 23. a 
JtBiek. 84.21, 

n. 
< Fa. 89. 12. 

Etak.84.9S, 
37. 

/ch.2e.6. 
Deut ll.ll>. 
Cp. Joel 2. It, 
m. 

i:Cl>.lUtl. 
e.2S,31 
* Luke 12. 23, 

tnr.4.>. 
m Dent. 28. 



H Cp. a Kis. 

o Cp. Nam. 
3S. 9. 

See Joeb. 21. 
3—401 

f ch. 28. la 
Q Deut 32. 

43. 

2 Clir. 7. so. 

P«.85. 1. 

noa.aa 

Joel 2. 18 
t3.9. 

rlChr. 2a. 
11. 

Pa. S8i 12. 
Ileh. 11.13. 
1 Pet 2. 11, of. 

aNmn.39.'.!. 
1 Chr. 13. 2. 
Cp. AcU 4. 3S, 



^^ 



See Joah. 2t. 

11—41 

Jtl Chr. a 
»-si. 

t Knth 2. 30 

A a », 12 

Jk4. 4.0. 

Jer. 82.7.8. 



that which his brother '*"' sold. 
28 And if the man have "SoSS' to 

i*0/lo<^m if on/1 he be waxen rich and find 

reaeem it, ana jhimseu be aWe 
"»««'«"* to redeem it; =7 then "let 
him count the years of the sale 
thereof, and restore the overplus 
unto the man to whom he sold 
it; t£?t he ',S;S return unto his 
possession. ^ But if he be not 

nKlo tr> SBt It back for himself, fhon 
aOie W) • restore it to him, Uien 

that which ''« ,^ sold shall re- 
main in the hand of him that 
hath bought it until the year 
of jubile : and in the jubile ''it 
shall go out, 'and he shall return 
unto his possession. 

^ And if a man sell a dwelling 
house in a walled city, then he 
may redeem it within a whole 
year after it is sold ; JgTm a full 

TTAoi. sbaU 'Ua bare the right of redemption. 
VCar n,»y ue redeem It. 

^° And if it be not redeemed 
within the space of a full year, 
then the house that is in the 
walled city shall be ^^^^^\l, 
^^^^^ to him that bought {J- 
thjroughout his generations: ''it 
shall not go out in the jubile. 
^ But the houses of the villages 
which have no wall round about 
them shall be "^SS& ll,"* the 
fields of the country : 'they may 
be redeemed, and '•they shall go 
out in the jubile. 3%3jS?SSSXg 
"the cities of the Levites, <„^ 
the houses of the cities of their 
possession, may the Levites re- 
deem at any time. ^' And if 

lone of the Levites ^redeem, -fliAn 4-Via 
II a man purchase of the Levites, WlCIl me 

house that was sold, and the 
city of Us possession, ''shall go 
out in jA< 'J^r 0/ jubile: for the 
houses of the cities of the Levites 
are their possession among the 
children of Israel ^ But the 
field *of the 'suburbs of their 
cities may not be sold; for it is 
their perpetual possession. 



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[Chap. 25, v, 55 



^^And if thy brother be waxen 
poor, and .f^^^iJJiv with thee; 
then "thou shalt tSSJsJ* him: 

at Q Btranger and q so^amer 

yea, though lube *^ stranser, or ** Bojonnier; 

thSh"eX live with thee. ^^ ^Take 
thou no usury of filS, or ISSSSI 
but "fear thy gSS; that thy 
brother may live with thee. 
^ 'Thou shalt not give him thy 
money upon usury, nor O him 
thy victuals for increase. ^ *I 
am the Lord your God, which 
brought you forth out of the 
land of Egypt, to give you the 
land of Canaan, and to be your 
God. 
38 And J'if thy brother ^, 

VHzen poor with thea, «riH ■<'">1'>'>*^ 

aweudli by thee be nxen poor, ""^^ be sold 

unto thee; thou shalt not t^^i 
him to serve as a bondservant: 
**• j„, as an hired servant, and 
as a sojourner, he shall be with 
thS'«^ shall serve '^'•' thee unto 
the year of jubile: ** j^^ *then 
shall he S^* from thee, f^ >he 
and his children with him, and 
shall return unto his own family, 
and 'unto the possession of ms 
fethers shall he return. *2 For 
they are "»my servants, which 
I brought forth out of tiie land 
of Egypt: they shall not be 
sold 'as bondmen. *^ "Thou 
shalt not rule over him "with 
rigour; but ^'shalt fear thy God. 
** ^Bo"'" thy bondmen, and 
thy bondmaids, which thou shalt 
i»y^S^n u of the JSSSSS that are 
round about j^^, of them shall 
ye buy bondmen and bondmaids. 
** Moreover 'of the children of 
the strangers that do sojourn 
among you, of them shall ye buy, 
and of their fomilies that are 
with you, which they """bSS?"*"" 
in your land: and they shall be 
your possession. ^ And ye shall 
fiwttlmM an inheritance for your 



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7,8. 

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>i 112. >,> 
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ft Acta 11.29 
k 1 Johu a. 17. 

68MBx.2a. 
28. 

e Ter. IT, a. 

Neb. S.1L 
Cp.lUL8.ll. 
<iT«r. 9S,>I, 

ta. 



erer. 43,06. 
oh. 23. », «3 

ka&a. 



/Ex.21, a. 

Dent IS. 12. 
1 Kin. a 32. 
>Klll,4.1. 
Nebs. 5. 
Cp. Jer. 34. 14 
(mg.l. 

vSeeNeh. 
S.1-& 

kTeT.M,47. 



i 8m Ter. 98. 
/ Cp. Ex. SI. 



t Job 7. 1. 
Inl. la 14 
121.16. 

I Ter. 11, 28. 



mTer. SB. 
Cp,Koni.a22 
* 1 Oor. 7. 29, 



nCpLEph. 
e. 9 

* CoL 4. L 
o Ex. 1. 13, 

14. 

£iek.S4.4. 
p Ter. 17, 96. 



aluL 14.1,2 
tM.S,6. 



r Ter. 4L 
Ex. 31. 1, L 



children after you, to 



hold 
Inherit 

ttJSV a poesession ; %^^ shall 
re^take yQ^y. bondmcu for ever: 



be 



but over your brethren the 
children of JSl^ "ye shall not 
S!? one over JS°{gS- with rigour. 

47 A nH if n. itnoser or sojourner with 
X1.UU XX a soloumer or gtiuiger 

aSLh.cTT'^tt^ and •'thy broflier 

be mxen poor beside him, anA oall 
Uxat dvxlUlh by him w»x poor. aUQ SOU 

hin^elf unto the stranger or 
sojourner 'by' thee, or to the 
stock of the stranger's fisunily: 
*® after that he is sold he 
may be redeemed ^i„; one of 
his brethren may redeem him: 
*® Bitter his uncle, or his xmcle's 
son, may 'redeem him, or any 
that is nigh of kin unto him of 
his fiunily may redeem him ; or 

* if he be ""^a^*** he may redeem 
himsel£ ^ And he shall reckon 
with him that bought him from 
the year that he ^£,",Sy" to him 
unto the year of jubile: and the 
price of ms sale shall be accord- 
mg unto the number of JSSj 

* according to the time of an 

hired servant shall \l be with 

him. ^^ If there be yet many 

ye«°Mli«i. according unto them 

he shall give ,^,n the price of 

his redemption out of the money 

that he was bought for. ^^ And 

if there remain but few years 

unto the year of jubile, then he 

shall "^iSt with ^^^^ according 

xmto his years shall he give 

hii^^n the price of his redemp- 
tion 53 As a servant hired year by year 
UOU. Amd as a yearly hired serrant 

shall he be with him: a^ luvther 
shall not rule with rigour over 
him in thy sight. °* And if he 
be not redeemed tV£ these '!i^^ 
then he shall go out in the year 
of jubile, Mk 'he, and his children 
with him. ^^ For 'unto me the 
children of Israel are servants; 
they are my servants whom I 



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Iwonght forth out of the land 
of Egypt: I am the Lord your 
God. 

^ ' Ye shall make you no 

^%f\ 'Idol*, neither ihaU jro roar 

^iH r Uoli nor nsTen imua, neither -^ ^^<" 

you up^a "»'n05g°LiiS!^- 
neither shall ye J^SSU&^ot 
stone m your land, to bow down 
'unto it : for I am the Lord 
your Grod. '^ *Ye shall keep 
my sabbaths, and reyerence my 
sanctuary: I am tihe Lord. 

3 ■'If ye walk in my statutes, 
and keep my commandments, 
and do them; * then *I will 
give ^ S? in a™ season, and 
the land shall yield her increase, 
and the trees of the field shall 
yield their fruit. * And "your 
threshing shall reach unto the 
vintage, and the vintage shall 
reach unto the sowing time: 
and *'ye shall eat your bread to 
the full, and 'dwell in your land 
safely. ° And 'I will give peace 
in the land, and 'ye shall lie 
down, and none shall make 
on afraid: and "I will '*%|'" 
out of the land, 
shall the sword go 
through your land. ' And ye 
shall chase your enemies, and 
they shall &11 before you by 
the sword. ° And 'five of you 
shall chase an hundred, and an 
hundred of you shall pS^ 
a.iS.^'t^l^t- and your enemies 
shall &11 before you by the 
sword. ° ^ -T will have respect 
unto you, fmd'make you fruitfrd, 
and multiply JgS,' and "^ establish 
my covenant with you. '"' And 
ye shall eat 'old store ^''^^^'•\ 
and '^ "^ bring forth the old 
'because of the new. " •^And 
I will set my tabernacle among 
yon: and my soul shall not 
abhor you. " 'And I will walk 



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< El. 28.24. 
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9.U. 

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o Dent. 28 
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6. IS. 

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19. 

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Zeiih. 3. 13. 

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among you, and "will be your 
God, and ye shall be my people. 
^^ *I am the Lord your God, 
which brought you forth out 
of the land of Egypt, that ye 
should not be their bondmen; 
and "I have broken the b^ 
of your yoke, and made you go 
upright 

^ *But if ye will not hearken 
unto me, and will not do all 
these commandments; ^° and if 
ye shaU i^^ my statutes, '^ 
if your soul abhor my Yutemt? 
so that ye will not do aU my 
commandments, but th«t« 'break 
my ~;SJ; « I also will do this 
unto you; I will •^'"^pSSSf 'over 

yoa, "eren oonsumptlon o-nrl fever, 

you terror, oonmmption, ""u u,e Naming agne, 

that shall consume the eyes, 

„„ J make the oonl to pine «w»y . „_ J o„y» 
a»U caou sorrow of heart • auu YO 

shall SOW your seed in vain, for 
your enemies shall eat it " And 
I will 'set my face against you, 
and "ye shall be "^ before 
your enemies: "they that hate 
you shall ^ over you ; and *ye 
shall flee when none pursueth 
you. '^ And if ye will not yet 
for ""3! ^^ hearken unto me, 
then I will "^^ you * seven 
times more for your sins. ^° And 
I will break *the pride of your 

Eower; and I 'will make your 
eaven as iron, and your earth 
as brass : ^° and ''your strength 
shall be spent in vain : for 'your 
land shall not yield her increase, 
neither shall the trees of the 
land yield their ^i. ^i *And if 
ye walk "contrary unto me, and 
will not hearken unto me ; I will 
bring seven times more plagues 
upon vou according to your sins. 

22 And <I wUl a«riH we beaat of the field 
I wiU also Sena ,^14 beaata 

among you, which shall rob you 
of your children, and destroy 



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your catUe, and make you few 
in number; and *your ,^^, ways 
shall "^S™ desolate, '^ And "if 

by thcM thing! yg ,p^ Q^jjj yjg pg. 

formed tr m.'b^'thSS' thing., "but 
will walk contrary unto me; 
^ 'then will I ako walk contrary 
unto JSS.' and ^^^V^a";??^ 
seven times for your sins, "And 
•n will bring a sword upon you, 

tliat aliall exeente the Tengeance ol the 
inat SnaU avenge the Qiirrel of mv 

ooveunt: anU- when ye are gaiuereu 

together within your '^°^{J^'^ *I 
wm send the pestilence among 
you ; and ye shall be delivered 
mto the hand of the enemy, 

28' 'When I break your etaff of 

And when I bave broken the etaff of your 

bread, ten women shall bake 
your bread in one oven, and 
they shall deliver y^ your bread 
again bv weight: and 'ye shall 
eat, and not be satisfied. 

^ And "if ye will not for all 
this hearken unto me, but walk 
contrary unto me; ^ then I will 
walk contrary unto you 1^,0 "hi 
fury; and i,„«J?'i. ''"U chastise 
you 'seven times for your sina 
^ ''And ye shall eat the flesh of 
your sons, and the flesh of your 
daughters shall ye eat. ^ And 
*I will destroy your high places, 
and cut down your "^JJ^ and 
"cast your carcases upon the 
carcases of your SgiJ; and my 
soul shall abhor you, ^^ And 
"I will make your cities 'w«Sf* 
and ''^ bring your sanctuaries 
unto desolation, and >'I wiU not 
smell the savour of your sweet 
odours, ^* And "I will bring 
the land into desolation: and 
your enemies which dwell there- 
in shall be "astonished at it 
33 And 'f^r^&SV^ among the 
h^^te and SrtT draw out "^ 
sword after you: and your land 
shall be ' dSSuST and your cities 



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•^ »» • waste, 3* "Then shall 
the land eiyoy her sabbaths, as 
lon^ as it heth desolate, and ye 
be m your enemies' land; even 
then shall the land rest, and 
ei\joy her sabbaths, ^s ^ long 
as it lieth desolate it shall '"^ 

-oaf, eren.'the ml wUeh it had not {_ 
rest, becanee tt did not wet Ml 

your sabbaths, when ye dwelt 
upon it 38 ^d «^ t^gm ^hat 
are left ^i„ of ^- '1 will send 
a faintness into their ^^^ in the 
lands of their SSSiS; and <the 
sound of a i^'S^ leaf shall chase 
them; and they shall flee, as 
"Sfeel^ from tj" sjvord; and they 
shall fell when none pursueth. 
" And they shall ■*°,a""' one 
upon another, as it were before 
'5* sword, when none pursueth: 
and "'ye shall have no power 
to stand before your enemies. 
3® And ye shall perish among 
the JSite and the land of your 
enemies shall eat you up. 38 And 
they that are left of you 'shall 
pine away in their iniquity in 
your enemies' lands; and also 
in the iniquities of their &thers 
shall they pine away with them. 
*° ^S"^ 'they shall confess their 
ini(|uity, and the iniquity of 
their fathers, ^^ "their trespass 
which they trespassed against 
me, and "^tSt'.iS''" tbev have 



walked contrary unto S?, * And vuu 
I also iiaTs walked contrary unto 
them, and i^„ brought them 
into the land of their SSSSlS; if 
then their *uncircumcised ^JSi 
be ^humbled, and they then 
accept of the punishment of 
their JSiSJig' ^^^ then wiU I 
''remember my covenant with 
imb! and also my covenant with 
Isaac, and also my covenant with 
Abraham will I remember; and 
I will -^remember the land. 



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*^ The land also shall be left 
of them, and shall ei\joy her 
sabbaths^ while she lieth desolate 
without ^: and they shall 
aoc^tt of the punishment of 
their iniquity: because, even 
because they ^^ my fX^S^ 
<uid bMMM their soul abhorred 
my statutes. •** And yet for all 
that, when they be in the land 
of their enemies, ^I will not 
.Jl^ a^JU 'SSij neither will I abhor 
them, to destroy them utterly, 
and to 'break my covenant wiui 
them: for I am the Lord their 
§21= ** g;\ I will for their sakes 
rem^nber the covenant of their 
aooeetors, ''whom I brought forth 
oat of the land of i^ypt *in 
the sight of the JSSSS that I 
mig^t De their God: I am the 

LORDi 

*® 'These are the statutes and 
^1^^^ and laws, which the 
tiORD made between him and 
tiie childr^i of Israel *in mount 
Sinai by tiie hand of Moses. 

_ .__ ' And the Lord spake un- 
2/ to Moses, saying, ^ Speak 
* mito the children of Israel, 
and say unto them. When a man 
shall ^S^^tr vow, 'the persons 
shall be for the Lord oy thy 
estimation. ^ And thy estimation 
shall be <^ the male from twenty 
yean old even unto sixty years 
old, even thy estimation shall be 
fifty shekels of silver, after 'the 
sbwd of the sanctuary. * And 
if it be a female, then thy esti- 
mation shall be thirty shekeh. 
* And if it be from five years 
old even imto twenty yean old, 
then thy estimation shall be of 
the mtle twenty shekels, and 
for the female ten shekels. °And 
if it be from a month old even 



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unto five years old, then thy 
estimation shall be of the male 
five shekels of silver, and for 
the female thy estimation shall 
be three shekels of silver. ^ And 
if it be from sixty years old 
and "i^; if it be a male, then 
thy estimation shall be fifteen 
shekels, and for tiie female ten 
shekels. ^ But if he be poorer 
than thy estimation, then he 
shall pre«St uLmm before the priest, 
and me priest shall value him; 
aooordine to "■"g^^mfy"" that 
vowed snail the priest value 
him. 

° And if it be a beast, whereof 
men ^ an ^^ unto the Lord, 
all that any man giveth of such 
unto tiie Lord m&ll be holy. 
^° ■'^He shall not alter it, nor 
change it, a good for a bad, or 
a bad for a good : and if he shall 
at all change beast for beast, 
tiien ^*^ it and "»ar«dlS,(e'USSa»*^ 
shall be holv. ''^ And if it be 
any unclean beast, of which they 
do not ofler "J S^'^ unto the 
Lord, then he shall p^Swn the 
beast before the priest: '* and 
the priest shall value it, whether 
it l^ good or bad: *as thou 
«i»il?ira,^"lSeW so shaU it 
be. '^ ^But if he will 'i^ 
redeem it, then he shall add 
*^ fifth part thereof unto thy 
estimation. 

^ And when a man shall 
sancti^ his house to be holy 
unto the Lord, then the priest 
shall estimate it, whether it be 
good or bad: as the priest shall 
estimate it, so shall it stand. 
I** ""And if he that sanctified it 
will redeem his house, then he 
shall add *the fifth part of the 
money of thv estimation unto it, 
and it shall oe his. 



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^0 And if a man shall sanctify 
unto the Lord .J^h of *« 
field of his possession, then thy 
estimation snail be according to 
the "^ thereof: ""• "TjS* »' ' 
homer of barley ,eed sJuxll be 
vcUved at fifty shekels of silver. 
^^ K he sanctify his field from 
the year of jubile, according to 
thy estimation it shall stand. 
18 But if he sanctify his field 
after the jubile, then the priest 
shall ''reckon unto him the 
money according to the years 
that „,^^S,en uiito the year of 

iiiKila anA ui ibatement ahall be rude 
the jUDUe, ana it»h»Ube«b»ted 

from thy estimation. ■" •'And 
if he that sanctified the field 
will to ^P^ redeem it, then he 
shall add 'the fifth part of the 
money of thy estimation unto it, 
and it shall be assured to him. 
^ And if he will not redeem the 
field, or if he have sold the field 
to another man, it shall not be 
redeemed any SSI.= ^ ISt the 
field, ■'when it goetili out in the 
jubile, . shall be holy unto the 
Lord, as a field *devoted; 'the 
possession thereof shall be the 
priest's. '^ And if <, 5S,„ sancti^ 
luito the Lord a field which 
he hath bought^ "•which is not 
of the fld<k of his possession; 
23 <>then Uie priest shall reckon 
unto him the worth of thy 
-uSiS;"-?.™ unto the year of o,, 
jubile: and he shall give thine 
estimation in that day, as a holy 
thing unto the Lord. ^ ?In the 
year of um jubile the field shall 
return unto him of whom it was 
bought, even to him to whom the 
possession of the land mtl^. 
^ And all thy estimations shall 
be according to 'the shekel of 



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the sanctuary: "twenty gerahs 
shall be the shekel 

28 Only Hhe ♦firstling S'Sf 
beasts, which "S^-^^^"^^ 
fl^Sk 110 man shall sanctify it; ; 
whether it be ~ or S"?- it is 
the Lord's. '" And if it be of 
an unclean beast, then he diaU 
JS"S it according to thine esti- 
mation, "and shall add "»'» i» «^« 
fifth part o( \^SSU: or if it be 
not redeemed, then it shall be 
sold according to tihy estimation. 

^ SSSSSaSS 'no devoted 
thing, that a man shall devote 
unto the Lord of all that he 
hath, *tT of man ^^ beast, ~, 
of the field of his possession, 
shall be sold or redeemed: every 
devoted thing is most holy unto 
the Lord. ^ *None devoted, 
which shall be devoted of men, 
shaU be JSS^SlS; fe shall surely 
be put to death. 

8° And 'all the tithe of the 
land, whether of the seed of the 
land, or of the fruit of the tree, 
is the Lord's: it is holy unto 
the Lord. *• And if a man 
will .t ^ redeem ^* of his S^ 
he shall add ^^ the fifth part 
thereo£ ^' And ^^^^ the 
tithe of the Ssi or o, the flock, 
e^ of whatsoever "passeth under 
die rod, the tenth shall be holy 
unto the Lord. ^^ He shall not 
search whether it be good or 
bad, ^neither shall he change it: 
and if he change it at all, then 

Vint.}] if fuiH *^^ '" which It is cbaoged 
UOta 11 anu ujb changs thereat^ 

shall be holy; it shall not be 
redeemed 

^ 'These are the command- 
ments, which the Lord com- 
manded Moses for the children 
of Israel 'in mount Sinai 



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[A.r.] CALLED 

NUMBERS. 



^ And the Lord spake unto 
J Moses *in the wilaemess of 
Sinai, «in the ub«iSSle°ij th. 
coSSSbn. 'on the first day of 
the second month, in the second 
year after they were come out 
of the ]and of i^ypt, saying, 
2 Take ye the sum of all the 
congregation of the children of 
Israel, J^ their families, by 

a» hoow at their fatberaTwlth ^"^ 

number of tw names, every S^* 
'by their polls ; ^ ""from twenty 
years old and upward, all that 
are able to go forth to war 
in £n!^> ^ou and Aaron shall 
number them "by their ^^ 
* And with you there shall be 
a man of every tribe ; every one 

headofuu,''i!sd'5tj5*SJ£«. *And 
these are the names of the 
men that shall stand with you : 
of ou trib* of Reuben ; *'Elizur the 
son of Shedeur. ^ Of Simeon ; 
^Shelumiel the son of Zurishad- 
daL "^ Of Judah ; 'Nahshon the 
son of Amminadalx ^ Of Issar 
char; '^J^Sg the son of Zuar. 
» Of Zebulun ; "Eliab the son of 
Helon. " Of the children of 
Jose]^: of Ephraim; "Elishama 
the son of Ammihud: of Ma- 
naaaeh; "Qamaliel the son of 



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Pedahzur. " Of Bepjamin ; "Abi- 
dan the son of Gideoni ^* Of 
Dan; ''Ahiezer the son of Am- 
mishaddaL ^^ Of Asher ; -^agiel 
the son of ^S!" ^ Of Gad; 
Eliasaph the son of ""DeueL 
^* Of Naphtali; *Ahira the son of 

ir.nan lo TK*>ao »» ^^ey that were/callsd 
fiUan. Xnese «»r«th8 renowned 

of the congregation, *"" princes of 
the tribes of their '»"""i.\'if/^''""* 
heads of *■" 'thousands f^ Israel 
" And Moses and Aaron took 
these men which are "expressed 
bv ttei^'SSne.: '° and they assem- 
bledaJl the congregation together 
on the first day of the second 
month, and they declared their 
pedigrees after their &milies, 

t,n their fatberV hoases, or>nmvliT><r 
Oy the boaae of their fathera, aCCOrOmg 

to the number of the names, 
from twenty years old and up- 
ward, by their polls. '® As the 
Lord commanded Moses, so he 
numbered them in the wilderness 
of SinaL 

^ And the children of 'Reuben, 
Israel's ridSfSS^'br their genera- 
tions, JSix their mmilies, by ^ 
ho.iS'Sfthinffier., according to the 
number of the names, by their 
polls, every male from twenty 
years old and upward, all that 
were able to go forth to war; 



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*■ those that were numbered of 
them, tvm of the tribe of Reuben, 
were "forty and six thousand 
and five hundred. 

^ Of the children of Simeon, ^ 
their generations, J^ their fami- 

Ii<»i Kir their fathen* boon*, tVinan 
lies, Dy the houae of their fsthe™, "lOSe 

that were numbered ^"tSSk ac- 
cording to the number of the 
names, by their polls, every 
male from twenty years old and 
upward, all tiiat were able to 
go forth to war; ^ those that 
were numbered of them, „^ of 
the tribe 01 Simeon, were "fifty 
and nine thousand and three 
hundred. 

** Of the children of Gad, 
^ their generations, JJer their 

lamUieS, Oy the hooM of their fatbec^ 

according to the number of the 
names, from twenty years old 
and upward, all that were able 
to go forth to war ; ^ those that 
were niunbered of them, „^ of 
the tribe of Gad, were "forty 
and five thousand six hundred 
and fifty. 

*« Of the children of Judah, 
^ their generations, ^ their 

-nmilioa tvtr ^^hr father^ honaee, 
lamiUeS, oy the houae of their fathera, 

accordi]^ to the number of the 
names, from twenty years old 
and upward, all that were able 
to go forth to war; " those that 
were numbered of them, „^ of 
the tribe of Judah, were ^thJee- 
score and fourteen thousand and 
six hundred. 

^ Of the children of Issachar, 
t, their generations, ^ their 

Aimiliaa Kir their fathera' bousea, 

lamUieS, oy the hoaae of their fathera, 

according to the number of the 
npinAg, from twenty years old 
and upward, all that were able 
to go forth to war; ^ those that 
were numbered of them, ^^ of 
the tribe of Issachar, were 'fifty 
and four thousand and four 
hundred. 



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3° Of the children of Zebulun, 
b, their generations, J^ their 

familioa Kir their father** hooMa, 
anmieS, oy the bonae of their fathera. 

according to the niunber of 
the names, from twenty years 
old and upward, all that were 
able to go forth to war; ^ those 
that were niunbered of them, ^vm, 
of the tribe of Zebulun, were 
^fifly and seven thousand and 
four hundred. 

^* Of the children of Joseph, 
namely, of the children of 
Ephraun, ^^ their generations, 
Jg;, their fiuniHes, by ii^^^l^^^r 
^Si. according to the number 
of the names, from twenty years 
old and upward, all that were 
able to go forth to war ; ^ those 
that were numbered of them, 
«^ of the tribe of Ephraim, 
were ''forty thousand and five 
hmidred. 

^ Of the children of Manasseh, 
by their generations, Jl^ their 

fiimilina Kir their fathen" lumses, 

™™1"68, Dy the bouae of their fathera, 

according to the number of the 
names, from twenty years old 
and upward, all that were able 
to go forth to war ; ^^ those that 
were niunbered of them, „^ of 
the tribe of Manasseh^ were 
/thirty and two thousand and 
two himdred. 

"* Of the children of Benjamin, 
by their generations, Jg^ their 

femiUes, by th.''h"!!S.^'a'"J^e&"fiae,., 
according to the number of the 
names, from twenty years old 
and upward, all that were able 
to go forth to war ; ^ those that 
were number-ed of them, «^ of 
the tribe of Benjamin, were 
^thirty and five thousand and 
four hundred. 

88 Of the children of Dan, 
^ their generations, JjL their 

mmiliAa Kv their fathera* hooaea, 
lamiues, oy the hoaae of their fathera. 

according to the number of the 
names, from twenty years old 



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aad upward, all that were able 
to go forth to war; ^ those that 
were numbered of them, ,^ of 
the tribe of Dan, were 'three- 
score and two thousand and 
seTen hundred. 

*° Of the children of Asher, 
ijf their generations, ^ their 
femilies, by the'^"S'^,&lSS:«. 
according to l^e number of the 
names, from twenty years old 
and upward, all that were able 
to go forth to war; *' those 
that were numbered of tiiem, 
,K» of the tribe of Asher, were 
■^ forty and one thousand and 
five hundred 

*' Of the children of NaphtaH, 
timmcbaiit their generations. 1^ 
their femilies, by th.'&mi».r 
^Si, aooording to the number 
of the names, from twenty years 
old and upward, all that were 
aWe to go forth to war; *^ those 
that were numbered of them, 
«Mi of the tribe of Naphtali, were 
^ fifty and three thousand and 
four hundred. 

** *The8e are ^ that were 
nninbered, which Moses and 
Aaron numbered, and the princes 
of Israel, beic^ twelve men: 

Uct mn eMsh one St U< tuibetif house. 
Ml OM «u for the hoaae of hi* tethen. 

So wBJf*«u'2oee that were num- 
bered of the children of JSd. by 
i>J^Si^'^SJrS&^ from twenty 
years old and upward, all that 
v&e able to go forth to war in 
Israel ; *® even all they that were 
nnmbered were "six hundred 
thoflsand and three thousand 
and five hundred and fifty. 

*' But "the Levites after the 
tribe of their &thers were not 
numbered among them. ^ For 
the LoBD hJ''wkeii unto Moses, 



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children of Israel : ^o a\y^^ .^gotat 
daat^iSixriiit the Levites over the 
tabernacle of *■"■ testimony, and 
over all the '^^ thereof and 
over aU thtaS®t''ggJka to it: they 
shall bear the tabernacle, and 
all the '^^Sr thereof; and thev 
shall minister unto it, °and shall 
encamp round about the taber- 
nacla " ''And when the taber- 
nacle setteth forward, the Levites 
shall take it down: and when 
the tabernacle is to be pitched, 
the Levites shall set it up : 'and 
the stranger that cometh nigh 
shall be put to deatL °^ And 
the children of Israel shall pitch 
their tents, every man by his 
own camp, and ^eveir man by 
his own standard, 'SSlfeat' their 
hosts. ^ But the Levites shall 
pitch round about the tabernacle 
of ^<' testimonv, that there be no 
^wrath upon the congregation of 
the children of Israel : *and the 
Levites shall keep the charge of 
the tabernacle of '''• testimony. 
" "^lid*"" the children of j^S%t 
according to all that the Lord 
commanded Moses, so did they. 
'' And the Lord spake unto 
2 Moses and unto Aaron, say- 
ing, ** Ereir ISf of the children 
of Israel shall pitch "'^ "^ by 
his own standard, with the ^SSj? 

nf tlioii* (kther^ hoiiMe: over agBlnit the 
01 ineir f^ther'a hooM: *f«r oSabout the 

t.b«™^Vth'S*SSSSieg.tioD BhaU they 

nitch """"^ Bbont 3 And ^"'^ *^^^ tma 

on the east side toward the 
rfriS^f'^"^^him they of the 
standard of the camp of fS^ 
pifif«^o.t then- ,£Si: and 
7£2lSiC''i£«°1SS'![S.SSi^ shall be 

'Nahshon the eon of AmminMlab. 4 A n<1 Kia 
captain of the ohlldren of Judah. AUa DM 

host, and those that were num- 
bered of them, were threescore 
and fourteen thousand and six 
hundred. ^ And those that do 
pitch next unto him shall be 



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the tribe of Issachar : and ^Sfii^i 

of the children o{ Issachar alia 11 Via Nethanal 
the «on of Zaar auau Ut3 capUln 

the son of Zau: 6 and Viia \inat 

of the children of Imachar. And "^ aOBt, 

and those that were numbered 
thereof, were fifty and four thoa- 
sand and four gSSdSd.= ^ S^ the 
tribe of Zebulun: and g^^lgf^i 

the ohlldi«n of Zetmlnn oliall Ka EUab the 
of Helon BUHU Oe captain 

Bon of Helon: 8 and I,;- krwat 

of the children of Zebulun. And *U8 nOSt, 

and those that were numbered 
thereof were fifty and seven 
thousand and four hundred. °AI1 
that were niunbered il the camp 
of Jadah were an hundred thou< 
sand and fourscore thousand and 
six thousand and four hundred, 

aoocrdlng to tKAir hosta. *Tbey aVioll 
thnxighont lUeir armleg. Theie SnaJl 
•et foAh fint 
fint set forth. 

'° On the south side shall be 
the standard of the camp of 
Reuben according to their JSie.: 
and the '."^SSTn of the children of 
Reuben shall be Elizur the son 
of Shedeur. ^^ And his host, and 
those that were nimibered there- 
of were forty and six thousand 
and five hundred. ^* And those 
i^ pitch »«V«"° him shaU be 
the tribe of Simeon: and the 
S^n of the children of Simeon 
shall be Shelumiel the son of 
iSSS^L' " Hi his host, and those 
that were numbered of them,, 
were fifty and nine thousand 
and three IZ^ '* A the tribe 
of Gad : and the ^^gS^n of the 
"^^^ of Gad shall be EUasaph 
the son of V|?°^= '^ 5SS his host, 
and those that were numbered 
of them, were forty and five 
thousand and six hundred and 
fifty. ^° All that were numbered 
^ the camp of Reuben were an 
hundred thousand and fifty and 
one thousand and four hundred 
andfifty.lS'^gguftheir^.l "And 
they shall set forth ^ the1SS?n^ nmk. 

^ 'Then the ^JSSL'^t th. 
SSon shall set i«?^ with 



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the camp of the Levites in tlie 
midst of the ^?: as they en- 
camp, so shall tihiey set forward, 
every man in his ^iJSe by their 
standards. 

'* On the west side shall be 
the standard of the camp of 
Ephraim according to their JsJi ' 
and the S^^ of the "^^T of 
Ephraim shall be Elishama the 
son of Ammihud. '° And his 
host, and th<»e that were num- 
bered of them, were forty thou- 
sand and five hundred. ^ And 
""i""*" him shall be the tribe of 
Manasseh: uid the S^SSi of the 
children of Manasseh shall be 
Gamaliel the son of |jgSlS.= ^ SS 
his host, and those that were 
numbered of them, were thirty 
and two thousand and two hMtoA 
22 ^ the tribe of Beinamin: 
and the ^^g.f„ of the «»fe» of 
Benjamin shall be Abidan the 
son of 8!a^ 23 ^i his host, and 
those that were numbered of 
them, were thirty and five thou- 
sand and four hundred. 24^]] 
that were numbered of the camp 
of Ephraim were an hundred 
thousand and eight thousand 
and an hundred, '^S^tSJt their 
^2&. »And they shall ^,J^i!^ 

third. 
In the third rank. 

25 On the n(»th aide ahall be the standard of 

The standard of the camp of San thalt be 

the camp of Dan according to f 1i»:_ hosts . 

on the north side by lueir annlea • 

and the i^Jffi of the children of 
Dan shaU oe Ahiezer the son of 
AmmishaddaL ^e ^ j jjjg jjog^^ 
and those that were numbered 
of them, were threescore and two 
thousand and seven hundred. 
27 And those that '^lS?<5«»g°«° Mm 
shall be the tribe of Asher : and 
the Sp^n of the children of Asher 
shall be Pagiel the son of *oS3!!' 
2" JS^ his host, and those that 
were numbered of them, were 
forty and one thousand and 



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fire SSSg^= 2» ^ the tribe of 
Nai^tali: aiid the S^ of the 
children of Naphtah sh^ll be 
Ahira Hie son of USS.' ^o JS^ 
his hoet, and those that were 
numbered of them, were fifty 
and three thousand and foar 
hmidred. * All they tliat were 
nmnbered ^ the camp of Dan 
were an hundred thousand and 
fifty and seven thousand and 
six hundred "They shall "^^ 
hmdmost ^ their standards. 

32 These are t^^fe'eh were 
numbered of the children of 

Israel Oy the home of their fathers • »" 

tjK«e that were nmnbered of the 
aunps toSSSoirt th«iir hosts were 
*six hundred thousand and three 
thousand and fire hundred and 
fifty. ^But'the Levites were not 
numb^^ among the children of 
Israel ; as the I^rd commanded 
Mosea »* "^JKd^ the children of 
1^2^ according to all that the 
Lord commanded u^-. ^^o they 
pitched by their standards, and 
so they set forwM^, every one 
^ their fiunilies, accordmg to 

their fathac^ hooaes. 
Uie booae Ot their fathers. 

^ ?Se'^ are the generar 
O tjons of Aaron and Moses 
•^ In the day that the Lord 
spake with Moses in mount 
SinaL * And these are the 
names of the sons of Aaron; 
"Nadab the firstborn, and Abihu, 
Eleazar, and Ithamar. ° These 
are the names of the sons of 
Aaron, "the priests which were 
anointed, '* wnom he consecrated 
to minister in the priest's office. 
* 'And Nadab and Abihu died 
before the Lord, when they 
ofiered strtmge fire before the 
Lord, in tlie wilderness of Sinai, 
and they had no children: and 
Eleazar and Ithamar ministered 



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in the priest's ofiice in the ^"^^ 
of Aaron their father. 

^ And the Lord spake unto 
Moses, saying, ® "Bring the tribe 
of Levi near, and prSLt them 
before Aaron the priest, that 
they may minister unto him. 
^ And they shall keep his charge, 
and the charge of the whole con- 
gregation before the ub^?SLie of 
theSS^tion. *to do the service 
of the tabemacla ° And they 
shaU keep all the i^'^JS^SSft. of 

fy.a tent of meeting, anri flia 

•'***' tabernacle of the oomsregatlon, ailU JiOe 

charge of the children of Israel, 
*to do the service of the taber- 
nacle. ^ And ''thou shalt give 
the Levites unto Aaron and 
to his sons: they are '•''wholly 
given unto him '»° '^^ t*"^ of the 
children of Israel ^° And thou 
shalt 'appoint Aaron and his 
sons, and^they shall ^fS„ their 
pSSrtXce: and 'the stranger that 
Cometh nigh shall be put to 
death. 

'^ And the Lord spake unto 
Moses, saying, " And I, behold, 
*I have taken the Levites from 
among the children of Israel 
instead of all the firstborn 
that openeth the ^^ among 
the children of i„Jsr'tte'S?ote the 
Levites shaU be SiSlj '^ d£L> 
'all the firstborn are mine; *„ 
'"on the day that I smote all tne 
firstborn in the land of Eg37pt 
I hallowed unto me all the first- 
bom in Israel, both man and 
beast: mine Sati^fel I am the 
Lord. 

■'*And the Lord spake unto 
Moses in the wilderness of Sinai, 
saying, '^ Number the children 
of Levi after^J^iSiSJ^thSinSUs, by 
their famihes : 'everj'^ male from 
a mouth old and upward shalt 
thou number them. ''^ And Moses 



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numbered them according to 
the *word of the Lord, as he 
was commanded ^^ "And these 
were the sous of Levi by their 
names; Gershon, and Kohath, 
andMerari. '* And these are the 
names of the sons of Gershon by 
their families; ubS' and Shimei. 
^°Aud the sons of Kohath by 
their families ; "Amram, and ^^, 
Hebron, and Uzziel. *° And the 
sons of Merari by their families ; 
wSm and Mushl These are the 
£Gunilies of the Levites according 

to their f ftthera* faooses. 
tlia hooaa o( their (athen. 

^ Of Gershon was the &mily 
of the Libnites, and the family of 
the^h^t^: these are the fitmilies 
of the Gershonites. 22 xhose 
that were nmubered of them, 
according to the number of all 
the males, from a mpnth old 
and upward, even those that 
were numbered of them were 
seven thousand and five hundred. 
23 ■'The femilies of the Ger- 
shonites shall pitch behind the 
tabernacle westward. ^ And the 

prince nf tho 'athen^ hoiue nf tit a 
chief 01 ine house of the hther "I ^Qe 

Gershonites shall be Eliasaph 
the son of LaeL *^ And *tDe 
charge of the sons of Gershon 

m the tebeniaeloof the*ooiSeg«tlon shall 

be 'the tabernacle, and "the 
tiSt "t^® covering thereof, and 
"the ^^ for the door of the 

. ^ tent of meeting, 26 anH Ptha 

tabernacle of the conpragaUon, "DQ •^Uie 

hangings of the court, and ''the 
SStSo for the door of the court, 
which is by the tabernacle, and 
by the altar round about, and 
"the cords of it for all the service 
thereo£ 

" And of Kohath was the 
family of "the Amramites, and 
the fiunUy of the ^SiSi, and 
the family of the Hebronites, 
and the feunily of the Uzzielites : 
these are the families of the 



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Kohathites. ^ acoo,^ to ^^ 
number of all the males, from 
a monlli old and upward, *"" 
were eight thousand and six 
hundred, keepingthe charge of 
the sanctuaij. ^ The fiEimilies 
of the sons of Kohath shall pitch 
on the side of the tabernacle 
southward, ^o ^^ th^ t^ of 
the ho^'^S^th^^.r of the fiunilies 
of the Kohathites shall be ''Eli- 
zaphanthesonofUzzieL ^And 
their charge shall be '^the ark, 
and 'the table, and '^the candle- 
stick, and 'the altars, and the 
vessels of the sanctuary where- 
with they minister, and °the 
i5S|i^, and all ihe service thereof 
^2 And Eleazar the son of Aaron 
the priest shall be "^^.^SS^ 
of the Levites, and have the 
oversight of them that keep the 
charge of the sanctuarv. 

^ Of Merari was the &mily 
of the Mahlites, and the femily 
of the Mushites: these are the 
femilies of Merari. ^ And those 
that were numbered of them, 
according to the niunber of all 
the males, from a month old 
and upward, were six thousand 
and two hundred. '*And the 

ohlef ^ pt W»e hoaw of the father Ol tn© 

families of Merari was Zuriel 
the son of Abihail: ^ shall 
pitch on the side of the taber- 
nacle northward. ^ 'And ^)^rr 
the'CT^toi^and charge of the sons of 
Merari shall be 'the boards of 
the tabernacle, and Hhe bars 
thereof, and "the pillars thereof, 
and "the sockets thereof, and 
all the '"^X" ther«oi^ and all 
tSSS^.'S.'Sr^ii «^ and "the pUlars 
of the court round about, and 
their sockets, and 'their pins, 
and "their cords. ^i£f tnose 
that elSSn before the tabernacle 
towartto?^t, «». before the ftSLae 



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fjf meetfaig toward the nmrislng, oVmll Vto 
01 the coneneaUon eutwaid, »"»" DC 

Moses, and Aaron and his sons, 
*keeiuiig the charge of the 
sanctxuury 'for the charge of 
the chil(uen of Israel; and ''the 
stranger that cometh nigh shall 
be put to death. ^^ All that 
were numbered of the Levites, 
which Moses and Aaron num- 
bered at the commandment of 
the LOBD, thnm^t their families, 
all the males from a month old 
and upward, were 'twenty and 
two thouscmd. 

*° And the LoBD said unto 
Moses, Number all the firstborn 
of the males of the children of 
Israel from a month old and 
upward, and take the number 
of their names. *^ *And thou 
diaXt take the Levites for me 
(I am the Lobd) instead of all 
the firstborn among the children 
of Israel; and the cattle of the 
Levites instead of all the first- 
Hi^zs among the cattle of the 
children of Israel ** And Moses 
numbered, as the Lokd com- 
manded him, all the firstborn 
among ihe children of Israel 
*^ An d all the firstborn males 
•~»|^«» the number of names, 
fix>m a month old and upward, 
of those that were numbered 
of them, were twenty and two 
thousand two hundred and three- 
8cc»e and thirteen. 

And the Lord spake unto 



Moses, saying, 



45 i 



Take the 



Levites instead of all the first- 
bom among the children of 
Israel, and the cattle of the 
Levites instead of their ^tiej 
and tiie Levites shall be ^i 
I am the Losa *^ And "for 

thaw tint UB to°terMleemed O* the tWO 

hundred and threescore and 
tliirteen of the firstborn of the 
<^dren of Israel, which are 



a ch. la M. 
LCT. 37.& 

b Sm oh. I. 
Bt. 

e8MEx.sa 

UL 

dmr.io. 
Saxifa. I. n. 



<CiK,Ter. 

BMTer.M— «. 



fya.*s,4a. 



A Ter. U, 4S. 



<T«T.a,M, 
», 3SL 4S, C 
Cp. ch. & M 
k 1 Ctar. 23. S, 
34,37. 



1-na.ya. 



trar.li,«. 

n. 

■iBi.2a.li>, 
11 



i>oh.l&U, 
11 
Ex. 18.11. 

l>Ex.2S.U. 

pJb.2S.33, 
SS,30 
A 87. ML 

IiaT.94.a,& 



[Chap. 4, y. 7 



over and above 0I< ntanbtr <if t\,a ILevlteiU 
mora than ''"■^ EeviteBi 

*' thou Shalt even take "five 
shekels apiece by the ^!j,< after 
"the shekel of the sanctuary 
Shalt thou take ^.'('t*f^ shekel 
is twenty |SSS:) '^ and thou 
shalt give Voq S^. wherewith 
the odd number of them is 
toS^^^ed, unto Aaron and to 
his sons. *^ And Moses took 
the '?SSSSX'"^;/'Sf them that 
were over and above them tliat 
were redeemed by the Levites: 
s°X the firstborn of the children 
of Israel took he the money ; -^a 
thousand three hundred and 
threescore and five tihekda, after 
the shekel of the sanctuary: 
s' and Moses "gave *the '^.Vrf" 

them that"."™ »d«>med UHto AarOU 

and to his sons, according to 
the word of the Lord, as the 
Lord commanded Moses. 

^ And the Lord spake unto 
A Moses and unto Aaron, say- 
~ ing, ^ Take the sum of the 
sons of Kohath from among the 
sons of Levi, J"^ their fiumlies, 

UiT their father^ hoaaea, 3 >fiv\vn 

Dy the hou«e of Uielr fathera, ITOm 

thirty years old and upward 
even until fifty years old, all 
that enter '^^S^'%:^^ to do 
the work in the taberSSL'^f the 
oo^eg^on. This ouM u the ser- 
vice of the sons of Kohath in 

the tabamaole'of tlw*ooiigMation, OWM* 

^the most holy things: ° ^na 
when the camp setteth forward, 
Aaron shall ^,^ and his sons, 
and they shall take down 'the 
"'<i,«riSS ^SfJ"- and cover ""the ark 
of "■* testunony with it: ^and 
shall put thereon the covering of 
baJJSS^Sj^ and shafl spread over 
it a cloth whSiy of blue, and shall 
put in the "staves thereo£ ^ And 
upon the 'table of shewbread 
they shall spread a cloth of blu& 
and put thereon the dishes, and 



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the spoons, and the bowls, and 
"'SoTeStSCvef* withal: and "the 
continual bread shall be there- 
on: ° and they shall spread 
upon them a cloth of scarlet, 
and cover the same with a 
covering of b^w"?}™, and shall 
■'put in the staves thereof * And 
tnev shall take a cloth of blue, 
and cover "the candlestick of 
the light, and ^ lamps, and l^ 
tongs, and ^ snuffdishes, and 
all the oil vessels thereof, where- 
with they minister unto it : '•* and 
they shall put it and all the 
vessels thereof within a covering 
of u^&W and shaU put it 
upon^^liS"*^ " And upon *the 
golden altar they shall spread 
a cloth of blue, and cover it 
with a covering of bJH^skU and 
shall put Is the staves thereof: 
■■^ and they shall take all *the 
jnrt^e'nu Of ministry, wherewith 
they minister in the sanctuary, 
ana put them in a cloth of blue, 
and cover them with a covering 
of iww^fin^ and shall put them 
on "-J gS™- « And they shall 
take away the ashes from the 
altar, and spread a purple cloth 
thereon : '* and they diall put 
upon it alll the vessels thereof, 
wnerewith they minister about 
it, .^"thV^SSS™. the fleshhooks, 
and the shovels, and the ^basons, 
all the vessels of the altar ; and 
they shall spread upon it a 
covering of bad^S^Sw *nd put 
fe the staves '^llj'- ^* And when 
Aaron and his sons have made 
an end of covering the sanctuary, 
and all the '^u' of the sanc- 
tuary, as the camp is to set 
forward; after that, 'the sons 
of Kohath shall come to bear 
it: 'but they shall not touch 
?»°v hXlSiS: lest they die. These 
tMngs are the burden of the 



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41. 
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l-« 

p£x.as.K 



veil. 7. > 
* lan. 

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IChr. I&»,10i 



sons of Kohath in the ub^Uie of 

meeting. 16 AnH the chuxe nf 

too congrentlon. .ailU ^ the office "^ 

Eleazar the son of Aaron the 
priest ^^^^ Hhe oU for the 
light, and tiie 'sweet incense, 
and *the ~3Si?^Sr* offering, and 
•the anointing oil, ^^ the ^^^ 
of all the tabernacle, and of all 
that therein is, |„ the sanctuary, 
and to the '^5^ thereof 

'*'' And the Lord spake unto 
Moses and unto Aaron, saying, 
'* Cut ye not off the tribe of the 
fiunilies of the Kohathites from 
among the Levites: ^° but thus 
do unto them, that they may 
live, and not die, when they 
approach unto 'the most holy 
things : Aaron and his sons shall 
go in, and appoint them every 
one to his service and to his 
burden: *°-'but they shall not go 

in frk cu^kA tbe >Buictav7 even for a moment, 
in W> see ^hen the holj thing* are ooTerod, 

lest they die, 

^ And the Lobd spake unto 
Moses, saying, " Take an tlie 
sum of the sons of oeiA^Sr^out 
thWo'S^'*Ji?'SSr''S3S^ by their fami- 
lies; ^ 'firom thirty years old 
and upward until fifty years old 
shalt thou number them ; all 
that enter in ^to '"^^^ the 
service, to do the work in the 

tent of meeting. 24 TKia ia 

tabernacle ot the connegatlon. xuio is 

the service of the families of the 
Gershonites, >» tS^ST »^ t^^^ 
•burdens : ^ ^nd "they shall bear 
•the curtains of the tabernacle, 

anH til A tfot of meeting, rite 

auu fcue tabemade of the oongregaUon, hie 

covering, and the covering of 
the iSS^S^Bkina that is abovc upon 
it, and the ^Sg for the door of 

t\>a tent of meeting : 28 an A 

•'"*= tabemacae of the ooiuregaUon, ana 

the hangings of the court, and 
the iHSri^ for the door of the 
gate or the court, which is by 
the tabernacle and by the altar 
round about, and their cords, 
and all the instruments of their 



R.V. ' Or, o 6er 
* Or. pour out witltaL 



• Or, Aoljr (Wiwt * Hab. war tlto war/art. 

t Or.toWa t H«k to mrdW oar/an. i Or, carrUito. 



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aenrifv* anr\ wfaataoerer ihall ba done with 

••"SSiS^ shall they serve. " At 
the ' TSlBStlSS '* of Aaron and his 
sons shall be all the service of 
the sons of the Gershonites, in 
all their ^^ and in all their 
service : and ye shall appoint 
unto them in charge all their 
teSS. '^ This is the service 
of the fEunilies of the sons of 

the Ocnbonites i„ iX,^ tent of 

Gentaon 1" Ml© Ubernaele of the 

c^^oni and their charge shall 
be ^onder the hand of Ithamar 
Ihe son of Aaron the priest. 
^ As for the sons of Merari, 



after 



their femiUes, bv a,,^J;»^^ 
uSSn', ^ *from thirty years old 
and upward even unto fifty years 
old sbalt thou number them, 
every one that entereth ^ the 
♦service, to do the work of the 

taat of meeting. 31 Anrf ^thia 

taberaadeaftheeongragation. -"^nQ tUlS 

is the charge of their burden, 
according to all their service 

in thA t'Bt of meeting 

in Uie tabernacle of the coogregation > 

the boards of the tabernacle, 
and the bars thereof, and the 
pillare thereof, and ^' sockets 
gSi' ^ and the pillars of the 
court round about, and their 
sockets, and their pins, and their 
cords, with all theu* instruments, 
and with all their service: ana 
by name ye shall "^5" the 
faetroments of the charge of 
their burden. ^ This is the 
service of the fiimilies of the 
8<His of Merari, according to all 
titeir s«^ce, in the taberaLie of 
tiia S^Slom. "under the hand of 
Ithamar the son of Aaron the 
priest. 

^ And Moses and Aaron and 
the 'Jurf' of the congregation 
numbered the sons of the Eo- 
faatJiites JZr their fisunilies, and 

-Ur'ThiflSuS?^th^STa>er^ 36 ofro^ 

thirty years old and upwtu^ 



[Chap. 4, v. 45 



doli.&M, 
87. 



/Xx.aaiL 



even unto fifty years old, every 
one that S^SlS.'ffiS the service, 

for the work m the taberSdilJf the 

„SS^<m' ^ and those that were 
numbered of them by their femi- 
Ues were two thousand seven 
hundred and fifty. ^^ "These 
^, they that were numbered of 
the families of the Kohathites, 
aU that „u,^t''d'?S?rioe in the tabSSLcie 
of the S»ti^hich Moses and 
Aaron dTHSStar according to the 
commandment of the Lobd by 
the hand of Moses. 

^ And those that were num- 
bered of the sons of Gershon, 
u„^out their femilies, and by 

their fathen* houHa, 39 ciVnTn fhirfv 
the honee of their fathen, ITOm imrcy 

years old and upward even unto 
fifty years old, every one that 
StSSth"ffiS the service, for «« woric 

in +\\a t™^ o' meeting, 

lu Uic tabernacle of the congregation, 

'^ even those that were num- 
bered of them, throShout their 

fomiliaa Viv »•'' fatberaT hoosea, 

amines, Oy the honae of their fathen, 

were two thousand and six 
hundred and thirty. *' 'These 
are they that were numbered 
of the families of the sons of 
Gershon, of all that „jg^t'*d?'^c 
in the ubem.d?of1h°""^S^tionWbom 
Moses and Aaron ^d"5Ster ac- 
cording to the commandment of 
the Lord. 

*'^ And those that were num- 
bered of the families of the sons 
of Merari, throSgbont their femilies, 
bv .V *%.•'' '•*'i»^n"'yff' ^ *from 

"j the houaa of Uieir fathera. iixwu 

thirty years old and upward 
even unto fifty years old, every 
one that StSfSui'ffiS the service, 

for the work in the taberiSlerf the 

eoS^Ja,. ■** even those that were 
numbered of them J^ their fami- 
lies, were three thousand and two 
hundred *» ^These ^^ that 
were numbered of the fiEimilies 
of the sons of Merari, whom 
Moses and Aaron numbered 



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according to the «o»»^*»«»' of the 
Lord by the hand of Moses. 

*® AU. those that were num- 
bered of the Levites, whom 
Moses and Aaron and the •SSS* 
of Israel numbered, ^ their 

ramUieS, and ,tla the boOM ot their 

faS *^ "from thirty years old 
and upward even unto fifty years 
old, every one that «"^ ^ to do 

tha '''°'* of service, anA tha "ork 
tne genrice of the miniatrT, aUQ tnO lerTice 
at bearing bardena :_ 4.V„ tent of 

of tbeborden m Ulc tabernacle of the 

ooS^tSbn. '"even those that were 
numbered of them, were eight 
thousand and five himdred and 
fourscore. *^ According to the 
commandment of the Lord they 
were numbered by the hand of 
Moaes, 'every one according to 
his service, and 'according to his 
burden: thus were they num- 
bered of him, ■'^as the Lord 
commanded Moses. 

^ And the Lord spake unto 
C Moses, saying, ^ Command 
^ the children of Israel, tlmt 
they *put out of the camp every 
leper, and every one that hatn 
■'an issue, and whosoever is 
'defllSf by the dead: ^ both male 
and female shall ye put out, 
without the camp shall ye put 
them ; that they defile not their 
^^ 'in the midst whereof I 
dw<dL * And the children of 
Israel did so, and put them out 
without the camp: as the Lord 
spake unto Moses, so did the 
diildren of Israel ' 

* And the Lord spake unto 
Moses, saying, ^ Speak unto ike 
children of Israel, "When a man 
or woman shall conmiit any sin 
that men commit, to do a tres- 
pass against the Lord, and that 
pSSn be guilty; ^ j-then thev 
shall confess their sin which 
they have done: and ^he shall 

make restitution for hie gnllt in fnIL 
teoompenee hie treepaes with the principal thereof. 



a Bee Ter. & 
hUn.a.t,7. 

ech. laiS, 
Ex. 20.98. 
Lnr. S. 17, IK 
* 7. ^ 7, a, 10, 
14. 

Dent, la S, 4 
£nk.44,» 



d hn. m. U, 
U. 



e Ter. U, M, 



/Ter. 1,21, 
Si. 
fUir.te.X 



kch. IE.14. 
Ler. 13.41. 
< John a 4. 

j Un. IS. i. 

teh.a<,10 
k la 11. u 

IeSI. Ul 
Ler. 21. L 
CC.H1U1.2.U 

*7r(ibirz.a. 



ISeeLeT. 

za 11,12. 



inOp.LeT. 
2.1,1* 

AS. 11. 



nhn.e.!,*. 

e I Kin. 17. 
1& 
link.2aia 



p her, 5. 6 

k2S. 40. 

Op. Jcieh.7. ID. 

ff Ler. as. 



and add unto it the fifth ^i*t 
thereof and give it onto nim 
'" Sffit "' whom he hath "SSrSS^- 
" But if the man have no kins- 

man ti\ *bom lestitatiaa may be made tat 
uuui bu TeoompenM the tteapan unto, let 
the guilt, the reatiiution for guilt trhich ia mmde 

the tieepaas be reonmpenaed 
iinf/\ t\\£x I^BD ahall be the priesl^a; besldea 
UniX> me lamy^ even to the priest; beside 

^the ram of the atonement, 
whereby „ atonement shall be 
made for him. ^ And "every 
•^^ *ofiering of all the holy 
things of the children of Israel^ 
which they "te?^' unto the priest> 
shall be his. '° And every man's 
hallowed things shall tje his : 
whatsoever any man giveth the 
priest, ''it shall be hm, 

^ And the Lord spake unto 
Moses, saying, ^^ Speak unto the 
children of ^rael^ and say imto 
them. If any man's wife go aside, 
and conmut a trespass agaiost 
him, '^ and a man 'lie wiSi her 
carnally, and it be hid from the 
eyes of her husband, and be 
kept close, and she be defiled, 
and there be no witness against 
her, neither *she be taken JSk 
thc^i^S^; '* and the spirit of 
jealousy come upon him, and he 
be jealous of his wife, and she 
be defiled: or if the spirit of 
jealousy come upon him, and he 
be jealous of his wife, and she 
be not defiled: ■■* then shall the 
man bring his wife unto the 
priest, and ha sl^ bring her 
^SjrtS? for her, the tenth i»rt of 
an ephah of barley meal; "he 
shall pour no oil upon it, nor 
put frankincense thereon ; for it 
18 » ^"^ offfering of jealousy, » Sf^ 
offering of memorial, "bringing 
iniquity to remembrance. ^°And 
the pnest shall bring her near, 
and set her before the Lord : 
^^ and the priest shall take holy 
water in an earthen vessel ; and 
of the dust that is ?S the floor of 



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ihe tabernacle the priest shall 
take, and put it into the water: 
^ and the priest shall set the 
woman before the Lord, and 

>lei tha baii of the wranan'B head golookak ar\A 
aneorei tha wdihu'b hemd, iuiu 

put the ""^ oflfering of memorial 
m her hands, which is the ]«£^ 
o««i.«^2^^^.to«7 . and the priest 
shall haye in his hand the *!$»«' 
"SSSf" that causeth the corse: 
^" and the priest shall S£^ her 
^£^X and "^ say unto the 
woman. If no man hare ^ with 
thee, and if thoa hast not gone 

aairlo tn . nndeaimaaiL ib«lng under 
tUUUe UJ mideume«i*i^an«(Aerii»teadaf 



thy hnsband, be thou free from 
this "^t^^^ST" that causeth 
tiie corse: ^ but if thou hast 
gone .^f^JlS^iSSSd of thy hus- 
band, and if thou be defiled^and 
some mau have ^^ ^th thee i^d? 
thine hosband: ^ then the priest 

alut.11 <*"■• "'B womkn to (wear xntVx *^ 



— I the woman to _ 
ttazga Um woman 

oath of corsing, and the priest 
afaall say onto the woman, 'The 
hOBD make thee a 'corse and an 
oath among thy people, when the 
LoBD doth make uiy thigh to 
•"t^' and thy belly to swell; 
^ and this water that causeth 
the curse 'shaQ go into thy 
bowels, ^ make thy belly to 
swell, and thy thigh to ""^^r^: 
£| the woman shall say, *Amen, 
tSS: ^ And the priest shall 
write these curses in a book, and 
he flhaU blot them out "'*^^%S'" 
tWSnSS?: ^ and he shaU SSS 
the woman to drink the "Mtter"' 
''^SS" that causeth the corse: 
and the water that causeth the 
corse shall enter into ^^^ and 
become bitter. ^ 4h^ the priest 
ahaU take the °^,52SSS?,5WiSf^ 
oat of the woman's hand, "and 
shall wave the ™^ ofFering before 
the Lord, and SfSf il'n'S.n the altar : 



ahn.a.%» 
As. 11. 



kOViIOot. 
U.»-f. 



t 2a 18, 91 
442,18 
k44.1S. 
ZKll.au. 



d Tar. U, 90. 






/LoY.aO.17, 
19, 9& 

;Fa.ioai8. 



ASMDent 

27. u-ae. 



^ lOT. 27. 2 

(mg.). 

y jndx. la s. 

CpkAo<a2l.23. 

1. 1. 

lAmMau 
lake I. U. 



mOp.LaT.a 



" and the priest "shall take an 
handful of the ""»' oflfering, ^ 
the memorial thereof, and Dom 
it upon the altar, and afterward 
shall SSS the woman to drink the 
water. " And when he hath 
made her to drink the water, 
then it shall come to pass, ^^^ if 
she be defiled, and have """^^ » 
trespass against her hos^md, 
that the water that causeth the 
curse shall enter into ^S. »m<^ 
becoms bitter, and her belly 
shsJl swell, and her thigh shall 
'*"rot*^: and the woman "shall 
be a curse among her peopla 
^ And if the woman be not de- 
filed, but be clean; then she 
shall be free, and shall conceive 
seed 29 This is the law of j£Ssa, 

urlion o wife, >'being under her hntband. 
wnen a -^^ goeth adde to anoOuT Initeadot 

hrtu.'SS.lL and is defiled; «> or 
when the spirit of jealousy 
Cometh opon 'hS^ and he be 
jealoos over his '^'^fte.^'Sd'^'" 
set the woman before the Lokd, 
and the priest shall execote 
upon her all this law. ^ ^^ 

the man shall be free {Wim iniiniil-ir 
■hill the man be gnlltlen rTOm miqmiy, 

and Sta woman -^shall bear her 
iniqnily. 

6^ And the Lord spake onto 
Moses, saying, ' Speak onto 
the children of Israel, and 
s{^y unto them. When either 
man or woman shall tK^SS^SUat- 

•pedal TOW, the vn-w nf *i a. JIaxMte, 
Klva to TOW a '""[ "'^ * JTaaarlte, 

*to separate ^i^^ unto the 
Lord: ^ he 'shall separate him- 
self from wine and strong ^^' 
^"d shall drink no vinegar of 
wine, or vin^r of strong drink, 
neither shall he drink any liquor 
of grapes, nor eat ^t iS?SL or 
dried * All the days of his 
''separation shall he eat nothing 
that is made of the RiStuSS from 



Or, 
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Or, «iUiuiot]ier<iu<M<io/U|rjkiute>d 8m Enk. 31 5, Bom. 7. t. 
ofhtrkmtbaHd *Thxt Ut ont »eparalad ot amttorated, 

'OT.itbitlmaupoietri^lkrhiUband. Heh. mdn- Uy kiuboMt 
" *' lStb.rSm<i/tl»wku. 

183 



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A Or, oonMcmte 



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•Ot,< 



t B<U/Wl 



cmmeration 
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the kernels even to the husk. 
5 AU the days of the^^orof^'hi. 
separatiou there shall no '5S? 
come upon his head: until the 
days be fulfilled, in the which 
he separateth hiinself unto the 
LoKD, he shall be holy, ^ shall 
let the locks of the hair of his 
head grow '°°«. ^ All the days 
that he separateth himself unto 
the Lord ''he shall ""^ ~SI TL*" ' 
dead body. ■' 'He shall not 
make himself unclean for his 
father, or for his mother, for his 
brother, or for bis sister, when 
they die: because the'^^SS^tfon 
^£i God is upon his head, ^All 
the days of fiis separation he is 
holy unto the Lord. ^ And if 
any man die veiy suddenly ^^' 
him, and he hathdlflied the head 
of his oT^SSLSSSn; then *he shall 
shave his head in the day of his 
cleansing, on the seventh day 
shall he shave it ^° And 'on 
the eighth day he shall bring 
two '"hl^S."" or two young 
pigeons, to the priest, to the 

door of the tabem»cle 0° the^K)iS«g»Uoo • 

" and the priest shall offer the 
one for a sm offering, and the 
other for a burnt offering, and 
make „, atonement for him, for 
that he sinned by """" "' the 
dead, and shall hallow his head 
that same day. ^^ And he shall 
oSSS^to unto the Lord the days 
of his separation, and shall bring 
of the first year *for a 



aJvAz. 13. 6 

Me. a. 

I S&m. 1. 11. 
M«T.4.32. 
«LeT. 3. S. 



a). 

Cp.lCor. 11.14. 

<Ex.2g.iL 
Ler. 2.4. 

/Bee Ex. 29. 
41. 

veil, lall, 
M. 
LeT. 21. 11. 

kch. I&i,7, 
lOi 

{ LeT. 21.1, 
2,IL 

/Ter. 14. 



be-Umb 



tJj"t„ offering: but 'the ^^^ 
„J^o« shall tbe ISi?; because 
his separation was defiled. 

^^ Aiid this is the law of the 
nSISiS; 'when the days of his 
separation are fulfilled : he shall 
be brought unto the door of the 

Unt of meeting . 14 „„A \,a 

tobenucle of the congrentton • auu. 110 

shall offer his XA'^ unto the 
Lord, one hrStSb of the first year 



lAcU J&18 



(I«T.S.7 
& IS. 14, 9S. 



ml8am.2. 

u. 



It Ex.2SLffl, 



Op. ch. 5. 

& Ex. 2a n, 

2& 



«Aeto3l.«L 



without blemish for a burnt offer- 
mg, and one e«*tob of the 
first year without blemish *for 
a sin offering, and one ram with- 
out blemish "for peace offerings, 
^^ and a basket of unleavened, 
bread, 'cakes of fine flour 
mingled with oU, and ,,^TtS.- 
ie»Te^"bre«d auouited with oil, 
and their ^^^ offering, and their 
* drink offerings. '* And the 
priest shall "SIS' them before 
the Lord, and shall offer -'his 
sin offering, and his burnt of- 
fering: '" and he shall offer the 
ram for a sacrifice of peace offer- 
ings unto the Lord, with the 
basket of unleavened bread : the 
priest shall offer also "■*'g,^„<Sf°« 

thereof, onrl the drink oflTerlng thereof, 
offering, a^u hja drink offering. 

^8 And the ^^*S> "shall shave 
the head of his separation at 

the door of the t.beni«<S^of°the con- 

^i^, and shall take the hair 
of the head of his separation, 
and put it ^ the fire which is 
under the sacrifice of the peace 
offerings. ^° And the priest shall 
take the "sodden shoulder of the 
ram, and one unleavened cake 
out of the basket> and one un- 
leavened wafer, and "shall put 
them upon the hands of the 

Nulrite, a«.»— be hath shaven Oie head of hU 
NuMite, arter j^^ |^air of hl» aepanUon in 

"ffii;^°°: ^ and the priest shall 
wave them for a wave offering 
before the I^SSl "this is holy for 
the priest, '<«8"'« with the wave 
breast and heave ,^^}&: and 
after that the gj^SiiS. niay drink 
wine, ^ This is the law of the 
Jf^'AU who h.J?7o'S-ed. and of his 
?lfferiS unto the Lord for his 
separation, beside that "ViS £?,'• 
h^SjTaiSu get : according to SS vow 
which he ^^^ so he must do 
after the law of his separation. 
^ And the Lord sj^ke unto 
Moses, saying, ^ Speak unto 



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Aaron and unto his sons, saying, 
On this wise *ye shall bless the 

diiWKn of '"^gii'iiX"' ™to 
them, 
^ Hie LOBD ^bless thee, and 

** The LoBD 'make his feice *° 
shine opon thes, and be gracious 
unto thee: 

" The Lc»D *lift up his coun- 
tannoe nptxi thee, and give thee 
peaoEL 

'^ ^ ttS Sa pat my name 
opoo the (»ildren of Israel ; and 
1 win bless them. 

7^ And it came to pass on 
the day that Moses had 
■ade ao end ai /wttliig »n f>i<> 

tabernacle, and had 'anointed 
^aod aaiMctified it, and all the 
2lSS. thereof ^ the altar 
and all the vessels thereof and 
had anointed g^ and sanctified 
tlun; ' Uiat '"the princes of 
Israel, *• heads of "SSte'cfte?' 
Ifei' ?gy were the princes of 
U» bribes, "— »7JJ^ *^ were 
orer them that were „am°taSS?^«red: 
'and they brought their "X^ 
bekm the Lobd, sue covered 
vifooe^ and t^relve oxen; a 
vaecQ fi>r ""^ two of the princes, 
and for each one an ox: and 
'^ ^Sa^^ them before the 
tdbernacle. * And the Lord 
^Mke onto Moses, saying, ^ Take 
it of them, that they may be to 
do the sa^ce of the tabSSlSj of 
, ; and thou shalt give 



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them unto the Levites, to every 
man according to his service. 
'Aod Moses took the wagpns 
and the oxen, and gave them 
OBto the Levitea "^ Two wagons 
and foor oxen "he gave unto the 
aoDs of Gershon, according to 
their service : ° and four wagons 
and ei^t oxen *he gave unto 
the SODS of Merari, according 



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unto their service, under the 
hand of Ithamar the son of 
Aaron the priest. ° But unto 
the sons of Kohath he gave 
none : because "the service of 
the sanctuary £sS^ unto 

tbanmt'ihat "'they ahonS bear ipon 

their shoulders. '*° And the 
princes offered 'for '«S;^^X'°" 
of the altar in the day that it 
was anointed, even the princes 
offered their f^S^ before the 
altar. ^* And the Lord said- 
unto Moses, They shall offer 
^ou* offeri^ each prince on his 
dav, for 'the g^StlSS of the altar. 

" And he that offered his 
offSrtS? the first day was 'Nahshon 
the son of Amminadab, of the 
tribe of Judah :« and his »gf^ 
was one silver charger, the 
weight thereof was an hundred 
and thirty shekels, one silver 
bowl of seventy shekels, after 
"the shekel of the sanctuary; 
botib of them „^„ full of fine 
flour mingled with oil for a *"^ 
SSSf } ^ one «°'^°" spoon of ten 
A«*»Koi4 foU of V„-^jr- « 'one 
yoimg bullock, one ram, one'^^'' 
of the first year, for a burnt SS'^Sf I 
^° one "kidr of the goats for a ''sin 
Sff^l " and for «J» sacrifice of 
peace offerings, two oxen, five 
rams, five h^SiS; five "SlX*" of 
the first year: this was the 
ottertSS, of Nahshon the son of 
Amminadab. 

« On the second day 'n^^^! 
the son of Zuar, prince of Issa- 
char, did offer: '"he offered for 
his offering one silver charger, the 
weight ^e'Si was an hundred 
and thirty shekels, one silver 
bowl of seventy shekels, after 
the shekel of the sanctuary; 
both of them full of fine flour 
mingled with oil for a S«t^Si5|l 
20 one .^rof'SSi of ten Oiekels, 



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full of iSSSJl: ^ one young bullock, 
one ram, one "fe*" of the first 
year, for a burnt gfSSf: ^^ one 
•JJJ* of the goats for a sin gi«3Sil 
^ and for ^ sacrifice of peace 
offerings, two oxen, five rams, 
five it^^ five ^^^ of the 
first year: this was the °g?^'5J 
of «?^ the son of Zuar. 

2* On the thu^ day »EIiab 
the son of Helon, prince of the 
children of zeb»i^°S3«f^: =" his 
•offS^K was one silver charger, the 
weight ihSSrf was an hundred and 
thirty shdceU, one silver bowl of 
seventy shekels, after the shekel 
of the sanctuary ; both of them 
full of fine flour mingled with oil 
for a SSl S^ISSI: *° one golden 
spoon of ten sMcels, full of JS^^i 
^one young bullock, one ram, one 
"■umb" of the first year, for a burnt 
SfflriSf: '^^one "tfi" of the goats for 
a sin gflJiSfl " and for 'S« sacrifice 
of peace offerings, two oxen, five 
rams, five tA five "a*" of 
the first year : this was the °^'S° 
of Eliab the son of Helon. 

»° On the fourth day "Elizur 
the son of Shedeur, prince of the 
chndren of R„bS.?S!3 <^er: ''his 



shekds, one silver bowl of seventy 
shekels, after the shekel of the 
sanctuary ; both of them full of 
fine flour mingled with oil for a 
SSt SfflriSil ^^ one golden spoon 
of ten sheMa, full of iSSSw; ^ one 
young bullock, one ram, one 
^te'' of the first year, for a 
burnt SKflSii ** one 'SJi« of the 
goats for a sin gg^lSf ! '° and for 
^ sacrifice of peace offerings, 
two oxen, five rams, five JelSSS; 
five "&?• of the first year : this 
was the fi^^ of Eliznr the son 
of Shedeur. 

»« On the fifth day "Shelumiel 
the son of Zurishaddai, prince 



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of the children of simelTyw itf^-- 
^ his ^SSSS was one silver 
charger, the weight ^^ was 
an hundred and thirty shekels, 
one silver bowl of seventy shekels, 
after the shekel of the sanctuary ; 
both of them full of fine flour 
mingled with oQ for a SSl SfSlSf; 
^one golden spoon often sfiekets, 
full of iSSSJJI 39 one young bul- 
lock, one ram, one 't^'^ of the 
first year, for a burnt ggSftf; 
^o one "SJjf of the goats for a sin 
SffSiSil *' and for '»« sacrifice of 
peace offerings, two oxen, five 
rams, five t^^ five ''SS.u'" of 
the first year : this was the SSSSSS 
of Shelumiel the son of Zuri- 
shaddai 

** On the sixth day ^Eliasaph 
the son of Deuel, prince of the 

CUUUren or o^ cfered • lis offering 

was one silver ^kS'litfi^T 
™ an hundred and thirty shekels, 
"J* silver bowl of seventy shekels, 
after the shekel of the sanctuary ; 
both of them full of fine flour 
mingled with oil for a S2{ Sff^! 
** one golden spoon ofieashekels, 
full of ISS^SIII *= one young buUock, 
one ram, one ■"f^JS" of the first 
year, for a burnt JlSlSf: ■« one 
•gti* of the goats for a sm gJlJJSi! 
*' and for *J* sacrifice of peace 
offerings, two oxen, five rams, 
five finSti five liSg?' of the first 
year: this was the 'Ss^ of EU- 
asaph the son of DeueL 

*® On the seventh day ''Eli- 
shama the son of Aimnihud, 
prince of the children of 

Epbnun.^ afftrtd • UlS offering WaS 

one silver charger, the weight 
iteff was an hundred and thirty 
shekels, one silver bowl of seventy 
shekels, after the shekel of the 
sanctuary ; both of them full of 
fine flour mingled with oil for a 
SSt SffSiSS; ^° one golden spoon 
often shekels, fiill of {2SSS- '^ one 



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yonng bollock, one ram, one 
^SS* of the first year, for a 
bamt SSSI! ^ one -Si" of the 
goats for a sin SSlSf ! ^ and for 
™ sacrifice of peace ofFerings, 
two oxen, five rams, five hlftSti 
five "tSSf* of <iie first year: this 
was the "^S of Elishana the 
son of Amminnd. 

** On the ei^th day ^,^ 
^Gamaliel the son of Pedahzur, 
prince of the children of Ma- 

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kid 

se 



silver Sima of t£a weight of 

hundred and thirty shekels, one 
silver bowl of seventy shekels, 
after the shekel of the sanctuary ; 
both of them fall of fine flour 
mingled with oU for a SSl SSSlSf! 
^one golden spoon often shekels, 
fnllof toSSSi "one young bullock, 
one ram, one ''SJ^ of the first 
year, for a burnt ^^: " one 

T of the goats for a sin SSSSf; 

and for 'J* sacrifice of peace 
offerings, two oxen, five rams, 
five &|SSi five 'TiSSJ" of the first 
year: this was the °^S of Ga- 
midiel the son of Pedanzur. 

^ On the ninth day ''Abidan 
the son of Gideoni, prince of 
the children of B«^*«i«i: 
•> his ?g^5J was one silver 
charge-, the weight ^^t was 
an hundred and thirty shekels, 
one silver bowl of seventy 
shekels, after the shekel of the 
sanctuary ; both of tliem full of 
fine flour mingled with oil for a 
^ SS^I ®^ one golden spoon 
of ten shekels, ML of lS?SSS; 
•^ one young bullock, one ram, 
one •'hSib*' of the first year, for a 
burnt S?^i fi* one "Bj* of the 
goats for a sin SSSiSf! ^ and for 
, sacrifice of peace oflferings, 
two oxen, five rams, five it^^ 
five "tiffil" of the first year: this 
vas ihe "^l^ of Abidan the son 
of GideonL 



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^ On the tenth day "Ahiezer 
the son of Ammishaddai, prince 
of the children of D,^,^: ^'his 
°^^ was one silver charger, the 
weight 4h^f was an hundred 
and thirty shekels, one silver 
bowl of seventy shekels, after 
the shekel of the sanctuary ; 
both of them full of fine flour 
mingled with oU for a SSl SSSlSI! 
^ one golden spoon of ten 
shekels, ftill of gSSS! °® one 
young bullock, one ram, one 
te" of the first year, for a 
burnt gUSlSI! 7° one 'gj' of the 
goats for a sin ^^Sf! ^ and for 
^* sacrifice of peace offerings, 
two oxen, five rams, five h?|S!S; 
five 1i^»- of the first year: this 
was the ""g^'S of Ahiezer the 
son of AmmisnaddaL 

'2 On the eleventh day 'Pagiel 
the son of ^^ prince of the 
(Aildren of j^}'^^: '^ his 
"^^ was one silver charger, 
the weight ^^' was an hun- 
dred and ^irty shekels, one 
silver bowl of seventy shekels, 
after the shekel of the sanc- 
tuary ; both of them full of fine 
flour mingled with oil for a S^ 
SffSiSf! '* one golden spoon of 
ten shekels, full of iSSSJ! '® one 
young boUock, one ram, one 
'^'' of the first year, for a 
burnt SSsSSfl ™ one 'Sf/ of the 
goats for a sin Sff^Sf! " and for 
^* sacrifice of peace offerings, 
two oxen, five rams, five hltSu; 
five •tSS.'" of the first year: this 
was the ^"^ of Pagiel the son 

of ^S^ 

'« On the twelfth day 'Ahira 
the son of Euan, prince of the 
children of ^^^M^: ™ his 
offS^ vras one silver charger, 
the weight ih^t was an hundred 
and thirty shekels, one silver 
bowl of seventy ^ekels, after 
the shekel of the sanctuary; 



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both of them fall of fine flour 
mingled with oU for a SSi SSeriSfl 
*" one golden spoon of ten 
shekels, ftdl of iSgSSl ^ one 
yoimg bnllock, one ram, one 
'SiSb" of the first year, for a 
burnt glSJSfi 82 one 'Bi" of the 
goats for a sin gf^Sg; ^ and for 
^* sacrifice of peace ofierings, 
two oxen, five rams, five fiftSJUt 
five '"tiSSl" of the first year: this 
was the ^'^ of Ahira the son 
of Enan. 

** This was "the Medication 
of the altar, in the day when it 
was anointed, 'by the princes 
of Israel: twelve d£I|S.*^fTS?„. 
twelve silver bowls, twelve SjJS 
»^1|: 86 each cSlSSJr'SfXer weigh, 
ing an hundred and thirty 
shekels, *^ each bowl seventy: 
all the silver °l^^jA two 
thousand and four hundred 
shekels, after the shekel of the 

aanctnai; ; 86 f }in twelve golden spooni, 
sanotnaiy: ""<-' golden apoonB wtn twelTa^ 

full of incense, vieighing ten 
shekels apiece, after the shekel 
of the sanctuary: all the gold of 
the spoons ,^ an hundred and 
twenty $^- ^7 fa ^jj^ oj-g^ fo^ 

the burnt offering „^ twelve 
bullocks, the rams twelve, the 
•"SSSf of the first year twelve, 
;Sti their SSS offering: and the 
"gj? of the goats Xr' sin offer- 
ing 1^4! 8« IS^ aU the oxen for 
the sacrifice of the peace offer- 
ings wm twenty and four bul- 
locks, the rams sixty, the hf^SS 
sixty, the ^^^ of the first year 
sixty. This was "the 'dedication 
of Uie altar, after that it 'was 
anointed. ^ And when Moses 

went in^A tha tent of 

wu gone UHO uUc tabenuele of the oon- 

S^Sm "to speak with *him, then 
he heard "the roid'of one speaking 
unto him from »^« the SS^^^^ 
that was upon the ark of ^ 



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testimony, from between the 
two ^iSSfe: and he spake nnto 
him. 

Q ^ And the IXKtD spake unto 
Q Moses, saying, ^ Speak Tuitx> 
Aaron, and say unto him, 
"When thou 'lightest the lamps, 
the seven lamps shall give light 
o^er^SSit^ the candlestick. SAnd 
Aaron did so; "he 'lighted the 
lamps thereof " «"" SS^'gSiSt'™" ** 
the candlestick, as the Lord 
commanded Moses. * And ^this 

wu tlw imtk of tha eaodleetlck, 'dV)~gf ~n 
work of the eaadleiUck wtu of OeaUJU 

'""gofd.*""' unto the ^ thereof, 
"** imto the flowers thereof, '* 
was ''beaten work: "accorduig 
unto the pattern which the 
LoBD had snewed Moses, so he 
made the candlestick. 

° And the Lord spake unto 
Moses, saying; ^ Take the Le- 
vites from among the children 
of Israel, and cleanse theno. 
7 And thus shalt thou do unto 
them, to cleanse them : "^^^ 
•^water of J^S upon them, 
and t'let them "^ ' ~S.*S •"• "" 
all their flesh, and let them 
wash their clothes, and .^ ^C 
thi^anl'aU 'Thenletthemtake 
a young^sa-^'^ SS{ offering, 
ften fine flour mingled with oil, 
'and another youn^ bullock 
shalt thou take for a sm ofiering. 
^And thou shalt »gffl* the 
Levites before the ub^Scia of 
the S^ISntion : *and thou shalt 
•SSS* the whole "SSSgSgT of the 
children of Israel together: ^° and 
thou shalt "ESS' the Levites be- 
fore the Lord : and the children 
of Israel "shall Jgi their hands 
upon the Levites: ^^ and Aaron 
shaU'^ offer the Levites before the 
Lord for » "" °",S^lSS^ ""^ of 
the children of Israel, that 'they 
may ^^ISJ^ the service of the 



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LcttOt. ^ And the Levites "shall 
lay their hands upon the heads 
of the biiUocks: and a^%^°Sa« 
*tlie one for a sin offering, and 
the oilier for a burnt o&ring, 
unto ibe Lord, to make „ atone- 
ment for the Levitea '^ And 
thou ahalt set the Levites before 
Aaron, and before his sons, and 
oflfer diein for ' 'J?" offering unto 
the Lordl ^ Thus shalt thou 
separate the Levites from among 
the children of Israel: and-^tiiie 
Levites shall be mine. ^° And 
after that shall the Levites go 
in to do the service of the 

teboMda of UM^ooiSmmtion • &I>d thoU 

shalt cleanse them, and offer 
them for * '^^ offering. ^^ For 
they are 'wholly given nnto me 
fixni anuHig the children of Is- 

ntnl ■ *inRt<>iu1 of '^ ^^ openath the 
HMSl , lUBU»iU 01 gaeh u open otory 

womb, eimU^or the firstborn 
of all the children of Israel, have 
I taken them onto me. ^^ ''For 
all the firetboni ""^ the children 
of Israel are mine, both man and 
beast: on the day that I smote 
*SJIr firstborn in the land of 



EKn>t I sanctified them for my- 
Bd£ '*" And I have iakea the 
Levites ""^ »» all the firstborn 
tiie children of Israel 



Uot 
tabemade 



*• 'And I have given the Levites 
as "a gift to Aaron and to his 
sons from among the children of 
Israd, to do the service of the 
diildren of Israel in the 
of tke gSff^Mon. and "to nuJce „ 
at(M)«nent for the children of 
Israel : "that there be no plague 
among the children of Israel, 
*when the children of Israel 
oome nieh imto the sanctuary. 
" ""Sid Moses, and Aaron, 
and all the congregation of the 
children of Israel, ^% the ^;^ 
acc(H-ding onto aU that the Lord 



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commanded Moses ^^^ the 
Levites, so did the children of 
Israel unto them. *• And 'the 
Levites •"""^^SSf^SS'.^ ^ and 
they washed then* clothes; and 
''Aaron offered them '"oJ"" 
offering before the Lord; and 
Aaron made „ atonement for 
them to cleanse them. ^ And 
after tiiat went tiie Levites in 
to do their service in the lab^Lde 
of the ^mltkm before Aaron, and 
beforehia sons: as the Ix>bd 
had commanded Moses con- 
cerning the Levites, so did they 
unto them. 

^ And the Lord spake unto 
Moses, saying, ** This '•<?Jf i^ 
belongeth unto the Levites: 
*from twenty and five years old 
and upward they stuul go in 
''-'to wait upon the service 

la the work nf tlia tent of 

01 Uie tabemade of the con- 

SS^- ^ and from the age of 
nft^ years they shall ^<cease 
waiting upon the „„iS»&,«/. and 
shall serve no £gj|i '^ but shall 
minister with their brethren in 

4.l,a tent of meeting, 14.^ 

■'"6 tabernacle of the oongregatlon. 1^ 

keep the charge, and shall do 
no service. Thus shalt thou do 
imto the Levites touching their 

ohaige*. 
chaixe. 

^ And the Lord spake unto 
Q Moses in the wilderness of 
^ Sinai, "in the first month of 
the second year after they were 
come out oi the land of Egypt, 



saying, ^ m«»«2™ >•* the children 
of Israel siao keep the pasaover 
rt iSa appointed season. ^ 'In 
the fourteenth day of this 
montk '^'at even, ye shall keep 
it in fil appointed, season: ac- 
cordmg to all the "^gir of it, 
and acoordmg to all the SS^^ 
thereof shall ye keep it * And 
Moses spake imto the children 

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of Israel, that they should keep 
the passover. ^ And they kept 
the passover '" "•" ""' "^'^ on the 
fourteenth day of the taT^^feth 
'at otSS" in the wilderness of 
Sinai : according to all that the 
Lord commanded Moses, so did 
the children of Israel ° And 
there were certain men, who 
were 'dSSi^ by the dead body 
of a man, "^ that they could not 
keep the passover on that day : 
and *they came before Moses 
and before Aaron on that day: 
^ and those men said unto him, 
We are ^i*^ by the dead body 
of a man: wherefore are we 
kept back, that we may not 
"offer *^ SffCTiS* of the Lord in 
bS, appointed season among the 
children of Israel ? ^ And Moses 
said unto them, sISS 'Sk.^lSld *I 
^ hear what the Lord will 
command concerning you. 

^ And the Lord spake onto 
Moses, saying, ^° Speak unto 
the children of Israel, saying, 
If any man of you or of your 
«*SS^J™ shall be unclean by 
reason of a dead body, or be in 
a journey afar off, yet he shall 
keep the passover unto the £Srd.' 

11 /Inthe Moond month on the fourteenth day 
The fourteenth dax of the aeoona month 

'at even they shall keep "■ 'f^J^ 
eat it with unleavened br«iid and 
bitter^*^; "'5^''^' shall leave none 
of it unto the morning, "nor break 
,*y bone ^^'^': "according to all 
the oM^S^ of the passover they 
shall keep it ^^ ^ut the man 
that is clean, and is not in a 
journey, and forbraireth to keep 
the passover, even'&'^me soul 
shall be cut off from ^ong bis 



people: because he b?S^ no* 
the »g?^'™ of the Lord in ^ ap- 

einted season, that man shall 
ar his sin. ^ And if a stranger 
shall 8ojou]:n among you, and 



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<U|i.lCor. 
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will keep the passover unto the 
Lord; according to the oiSSSSe 
of the passover, and according 
to the °S^f thereof, so shaJl 
he do : "ye shall have one orftoSSSe. 
both for the stranger, and for 
him that Jl, bom in the land. 
'' And *on the day that the 
tabernacle was reared up the 
cloud covered the tabernacle, 
bSSv. tbe tent of the testimony : 
and ''at even there was upon the 
tabernacle as it were the ap- 
pearance of fire, until the morning. 
'^ So it was alway: the cloud 
covered ,t 4''<iav, and the ap- 
pearance of fire by night. 
" And "teZ" the cloud /was 
taken up from gJJ't.'SJr^^ then 
after that the children of Israel 
journeyed: and in the place 
where the cloud abode, there the 
children of Israel n,tchS'='SS?tent«. 
'° At the commanoment of the 
Lord the children of Israel jour- 
neyed, and at the commandment 
of the Lord they '^fJSSd': *aslong 
as the cloud abode upon the 
tabernacle they «S5'"ff ^.^TtiSS. 
'' And when the cloud 'tamed 
long upon the tabernacle many 
days, then the children of Israel 
*kent the charge of the Lord, 
and journeyed not ^° And 
.0 It "SS^when tlie cloud was a few 
days upon the tabernacle; ""•" 
according to the commandment 
of the Lord they S^t^SL^t^ 
and according to the command- 
ment of the Lord they journeyed. 
" And «??'^»'5en the cloud ,,'E5.e 

fW>m evening until morning; f,nr\ «hen 
irom even unto the rooming, ""^1 «„,{ 

the cloud was taken up in the 
morning, then they journeyed : 

or if it amtinued V.^ ^o v ""d hv "Isb*- 
whether it vxu "V U»y or "J sight 

TaJt" the cloud was taken up, 
they journeyed. 22 m«thjHt^were^ 

two days, or a month, or a 
year, that the cloud tarried 



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npon the tabernacle, „'^^ 
thereon, the children of Israel 
iSdfta*tSg''tS& and journeyed 
not: bat when it was taken up, 
they journeyed. ^ At the com- 
manmnent of the Lord they 



T«u«rta"S*'t«nt.. and at the com- 
mandment of the LoBD they 
journeyed: ''they kept the 
cfaaree of the Lobd, at the com- 
manom^it of the Lobd l^ the 
hand of Moees. 

^ And Uie Lord spake unto 
XO ^lo^^ saying, ' Make thee 
two trumpets of silver ; of 
»^S£ ^i^ shalt thou make them : 
J^ thou 4^ use them for *the 
calling of the '^SS^^T and for 
the journeying of the camps. 

* AikI when * they shall blow 
with them, aU the "S3S?° shaU 
,gS5e themselves "S° thee at the 

J__— ^f f Iw. tent of meeting. 

UOOr 01 llltj ubernaole of the oongiegation. 

•* And if they blow but with 
oDeS^ix tiien the princes, ^^ilii?^™ 
heads of the thoiisands of Israel, 
riiall gather themselves unto thee. 

* ^wbJS" ye blow an alarm, then 
'the camps that lie on the east 

take their joonier, 6 And when 

^Wh( 



^iJishaU 



, go fonrard. 

ye Mow an alarm the second 
time, oum 'the camps that lie 
on the south side shall take 
their journey: they shall blow 
an alarm for their joumejrs. 
' But when the oSSCT'on is to 
be gathered together, 'ye shall 
Mow, but ye shall not "sound 
an alarm. ° 'And the sons of 
Aaron, the priests, shall blow 
with the trumpets; and they 
shall be to you for ^o1^^ for 
ever throughout your genera- 
tion. * And '"5" ye go to war 
in your land agamst the "^^^ 
that •oppresseth you, then ye 



shall 'fS^ an ala^m with the 



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membered before the Lord your 



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Cp. Ft. SI. 9. 

99. 

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kas. 
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k Jer. *. 9. 
J<j<ila.l& 

I ch. 12. 19 
It \S.3,!». 
Gen. 2i. 31. 
Oeut 1. 1. 

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prer. 14. 
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q For Ter. 
14— 19, 
■ee eh. 1. 7— a. 

rm. 19. 

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leh. I.n. 
trer.s. 
K Joel 2.1. 

r 1 Chr. la 
94. 
1 Chr. la 12. 

»8each.4. 
24—39 
k7. S-9. 

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10—16. 

ireh. 1.5. 

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3 Chr. iai4. 
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God, and ye shall be saved from 
your enemies. ^° Also "in the 
day of your gladness, and in 
your ,jrJL.?*dS«. and "in the be- 
ginnings of your months, ye shall 
blow with the trumpets over 
your burnt offerings, and over 
the sacrifices of your peace offer- 
ings; SA they t'^ be to you 
'for a memorial before your 
God: I am the Lord your God. 
" And it came to pass ^^ 
twIUuetnav'^f the second month, 

on the twentieth dar of the numtta, tYxai 
In the seoond year, VOBXi 

the cloud -^was taken up irom 
°o" the tabernacle of the testi- 
mony. ^^ And the children of 
Israel '"' '"nn»d^«coiding to their 

journeys out of the '^wilderness 
of Sinai ; and the cloud J^^ 
in the 'wilderness of Paran. 
^^ And they first took their 
journey "according to the com- 
mandment of the Lord by the 
hand of Moses. '^ ^i'"" the 
first j^ace ,ent the standard of 
the camp of the children of 
Judah *>*'*o'*»ni according to their 
^ij,: and over his host was 
'Nahshon the son of Amminadab. 
'* And over the host of the tribe 
of the children of Issachar was 
^elSS'^i the son of Zuar. ^^And 
over the host of the tribe of the 
children of Zebulun was Eliab 
the son of Helen. " And 'the 
tabernacle was taken down; 
and the sons of Gershon and 

t\\a anna nf Henri, 'who bare the tabernacle, 
lUe SUDB OI Merari Bet forward, bearinii the 

uteJSrjK ^*And *the standard 
of the camp of Reuben set for- 
ward acconiing to their ^^iL' 
and over his host was "Elizur 
the son of Shedeur. ^° And 
over the host of the tribe of 
the children of Simeon was 
*Shelumiel the son of Zuri- 
shaddaL ^ And over the host 
of the tribe of the children of 



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Gad was "Eliaaaph the son of 
"DeueL '^ And the Kohathites 
set forward, ''bearing the sanc- 
tuary: and '^the other did set 
up the tabernacle against they 
came. ^ And "the standard of 
the camp of the children of 
Ephraim set forward according 
to their ^^'. and over his host 
was '^Elishama the son of Am- 
mihud.' '^ And over the host 
of the tribe of the children of 
Manasseh was -^Gamaliel the 
son of Pedahzur. ** And over 
the host of the tribe of the 
children of Beiyamin was "*Abi- 
dan the son of GideonL ^ And 
"the standard of the camp of 
the children of i>„ ,^&rw,rd, which 
was ^-the JSJ^SS of aU the SSS" 
"""tS^oSh^'T**" their hosts: and 
over his host was ^Ahiezer the 
son of AmmishaddaL ^° And 
over the host of the tribe of the 
children of Asher was 'Pagiel 
the son of ^^ " ^^ over 
the host of the tribe of the 
children of Naphtali was 'Ahira 
the son of Enan. =» fThus 
were the joumeyings of the 
children of Israel according to 
then- JSi^' ^^ they set forward. 
^ And Moses said unto Hobab, 
the son of ^|i the Midianite, 
Moses' father in law, We are 
journeying unto the place of 
which the Lord said, ''I will 
give it you: come thou with us, 
and we will do thee good: for 
''the Lord hath spoken good 
concerning Israel ^ And he 
said unto him, I will not go; 
but I will de{^rt to mine own 
land, and to my kindred. ^ And 
he said, Leave us not, I pray 
thee ; forasmuch as thou knowest 
how we are to encamp in the 
wilderness, and thou jjjjjrt be to 



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US * instead of eyes. ^'^ And it 
shall be, if thou go with vs. yea, 
it shall be, that «what «'^£S2" 
the Lord shall do unto us, the 
same will we do unto thee. 

33 And thev "L^SS^ from 
^the mount 01 the Lord three 
days' jS^SI and the ark of the 
covensmt of the Lord 'went 
before them bi the three days' 
journey, to .JSck out *a resting 
place for them. ^ 'And the 
cloud of the Lord was SiSL them 
by day, when they '^^S* S?" 
the camp. 

^ And it came to pass, when 
the ark set forward, that Moses 
said, "Rise up, °t^^- and let 
thine enemies be scattered; and 
let them that hate thee flee be- 
fore thee. 36 And when it rested, 
he said Return, Lord, unto 
the *'" '^J^ '>' ^ thousands of 
Israel 
^ And •«^ iSS'thrSoSJ.""- 

T T moien, 'tpe/Mna evil In uie eaia of 
^^ toompUlnea, lit dl«pl«ued 

the Lord : and S^'J* £SK 
^tJ^^'d" "his anger was kindled; 
and "'the fire of the Lord burnt 

amongthem,andcon«mSttSfuurf«>ere 
in the uttermost ^ of the camp. 
* And *the people cried unto Mo- 
ses; "and vhen Moses prayed unto 
the Lord, "<» the fire -.^'JiS^d^d. 

3 An(1 ^* name of that pUoe waa called 
AliU I,, g^ed the name of the plaoe 

♦♦"Taberah: because the fire of 
the Lord burnt among them. 

* And "the "l^gf multitude 
that was among ^em ''fell a 
lusting: and uie children of 
Israel aJso '**wept again, and 
said, AVho shall give us flesh to 
eat? ' "We remember the fish, 
which we did eat in Egypt 
'"ftSSf"; the cucumbers, andthe 
melons, and the leeks, and the 
onions, and the garlick: ^ but 
now our soul is dned j;;^; there 



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is nothing at •"'.ST^e-fflfiSS.'^ 
"t^ Sii"^ ^ And "the manna 
was '^ coriander seed, and the 
'•SSaSf thereof as the '"SSSSr 
of bdellium. * ^iT^» people 
went about^ and gathered it, 
and ground it in mills, or beat 



it in 



morten, 
a mortar. 



and '^^ it in gJS; 



and made cakes of it: '^and the 
taste of it was as the taste of 
'fresh oiL ^ 'And when the 
dew fell upon the camp in the 
night, the manna fell 'upon it. 
^ tS^ Moses h^ird the people 
'^w^ tirou^oat their famihes, 
every man ^ the door of his 
tent: and the anger of the Lord 
was kindled ereatlT; SP^«,"3S 
was displeased. ^^ 'And Moses 
said unto the Lord, Wherefore 
bast thou '^JSSSi^ thy servant? 
uid wherefore have I not found 
&Tour in thy sight, that thou 
layest the burden of all this 
people upon me ? ''^ Have I con- 
ceived aJl this people? have I 
'-^J.SfSiS^ that thou shouldest 
say unto me, "Carry them in thy 
bosom, as a 'iSSilSf ftaiS gSS!?S the 
socking child, onto the land 
<wUch thou swarest unto their 
fethCTS? « 'Whence should 1 
have flesh to ^ve unto all this 
people ? for they weep unto me, 
saying, Give us flesh, that we 
may eat ''* 'I am not able to 
bear all this people alone, be- 
cause it is too heavy for me. 
^ And if thou deal thus with 
me, kill me, I pray thee, out of 
hand, if 1 have found favour in 
thy sight; and let me not see 
my wretchedness. 

^ And the Lord said unto 
Moses, Gather unto me *°8eventy 
m^i of the elders of Israel, whom 
thou knowest to be the elders 
<^ the people, and "officers over 
them ; and bring them unto the 



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tent of raaeting, that thatr 

tabernacle of the conEregatlon, I'Ual' Wiey 

may stand there with thee. 
" "And I will come down and 
talk with thee there: and "1 
will take of the spirit which is 
upon thee, and will put it upon 
them; and "they shall bear the 
burden of the people with thee, 
that thou bear it not thyself 
alone. ^^ And say thou unto 
the people, * Sanctify yourselves 
agamst ^ SSSw. and ye shall eat 
flesh: for ye nave wept in the 
ears of the Lord, saying. Who 
shall give us flesh to eat? ^for 
it was well with us in Egypt: 
therefore the Lord will give 
you flesh, and ye shall eat. 
'* Ye shall not eat one day, nor 
two days, nor five days, neither 
ten days, nor twenty days; 
^ but eren » *whole mouth, 
'until it come out at your 
nostrils, and it be loathsome 
unto you : because that ye have 
Sm!^^ the Lord which is among 
you, and have wept before him, 
saying, "Why came we forth out 
of Egypt? *" And Moses said, 
^The people, among whom I am, 
are six hundred thousand foot- 
men ; and thou hast said, I will 
give them flesh, that they may 
eat a whole montL ^ 'Shall 
the flocks and the herds be slain 
for them, to suffice them? or 
shall all the fish of the sea be 
gathered together for them, to 
suffice them? 

** And the Lord said unto 
Moses, "la the Lord's hand 

Waxeu HXlurii l thou shalt «e« now 

whether "my word shall come 
to pass unto thee or not. ^ And 
Moses went out, and told the 
people the words of the \^' 
*and j^'thSSl'^e seventy men o^ 
the elders of the people, and 
set them round about the 



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Tent 
tabernacle. 



25 And "the Lord came 

down in ^ cloud, and spake 
unto him, and took of the spirit 
that was upon him, and ^"e it' 
;£?; the seventy elders: and it 
came to pass, that, when the 
spirit rested upon them, they 
propnesieo, ^^ ^ not 0,,,,. 
^^ But there remained two ^ a, 
men in the camp, the name of 
the one was Eldad, and the 
name of the other Medad: and 
the spirit rested upon them ; 
and they were of them that were 
written, but ^aSf'not"' out unto 
the tatoraicie '■ and tiiey prophesied 
in the camp. " And there ran 
a young man, and told Moses, 
and said, Eldad and Medad do 
prophesy in the camp. ^ And 
^Joshua the son of Nun, the 
^JSl^t' of Moses, 'one of his f^ 
men, ans^vered and said, My lord 
Moses, 'forbid them. ^ And 
Moses said unto hun, ^n^tSAton" 
for my sake? "would God that 
all the Lord's people were pro- 
phets, ani that the Lord would 
put Ids spirit upon them I 
^ And Moses gat him into the 
camp, he and the elders of Israel. 
^ And there went forth a "wind 
from the Lord, and brought 
quails from the sea, and let 
them fall 'by the camp, >„*^i^__ 
a day's journey on this side, and 
u It we™ a day s journey on the 
other side, round about the 
camp, and „'t°were two cubits 
hi^h°uloii the face of the earth. 
"And the people .^^ up all 
that day, and all ^° night, and 
all the next day, and they gathered 
the quails : he that gathered least 
gathered ten ""homers : and they 
spread them all abroad for them- 
selves round about the camp. 
^ i^d^hli. the flesh was yet be- 



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A a& 17, 18. 



/Cp.lBun. 
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k Jer. 30. 5. 

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I 7. 1, 8 

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(for mK.I. 
Mies. 4. 

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SKiii. ig. 4. 
Iwi. 37. 4. 
Bnk.35. 1-,11 

Cp. .Mai. 3. 1& 

_J ch. 26. » 
&. 24. IX 
Cp ih 13.4 
Se.^ U.. 13. 1&. 
tEcclos.4S. 

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14.1. 

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Fa.7B.M— aa 



pG«n. 46. & 
Eiek. 1.1. 
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a 10. 8, IS. 

Luke I. II, 12. 
Act4 la II 
1 22. 11, 1& 

qam.sa.t 

a 31. 10,11. 

I Kin. 3. B. 
Job 33. 1& 
Matt. I. 90 
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rPi.IOB.lS. 

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a Dent 34. 10 

I I Cor. 13. 12. 

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11. 

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n. 



tween their teeth, ere it was 
chewed, the ^SSS of the Lord 
was kindled against the people, 
and ''the Lord smote the people 
with a very great plague. ^ And 

the name of that place was called 'telT^K 
he called the name of that place .laaL/- 

roth-hattaavah : because there 
they buried the people that 

liiafAfl 35 'From Klbioth-hattaaTah the 
lUHUni. ^„j the people Jonineyed from 

IfgSlS.-^ffiS'v'S. unto 'Hazeroth; 
and ""'' 'abode at 'Hazeroth. 

^ And Miriam and Aaron 
X2 spake against Moses be- 
cause of the ^^Xn 
woman whom he had married: 
for "he had "married .„'|?gfe'pt„ 
woman. ^ And they said, Hath 
the Lord indeed spoken only 
*'^y"' Moses? ''hath he not spoken 
also ^^y"" us? And 'the Lord 
heard it ° '^SZ the man Moses 
was very meek, above all the 
men which were upon the fece 
of the SfS:) * And the Lord 
spake suddenly unto Moses, and 
unto Aaron, and unto Miriam, 
Come out ye three unto the 

tebemade o° the^conp^tloB. And they 

three came out. ^ Ahd "the 
Lord came down in the pillar of 
the cloud, and stood fj the door 
of the utarai^e, and called Aaron 
and Miriam : and thev both came 
fortL ° And he said. Hear now 
my words: j{ there be a prophet 
among you, I the Lord wul make 
myself known unto him ^in a 
vision, JL will speak J^'t^ him 'in 
a dream. ' 'My servant Moses 
is not M'wbo is faithful in all 
mine te±; « ^j'^ him wiU I 
speak 'mouth to mouth, even 
^.SiSSSj: and not in "dark 
speeches; and 'the rim'iuSde of 
the Lord shall he behold : where- 
fore then were ye not afraid to 
speak against my "^^„^''»* 
Moses? ° And the anger of the 



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LoBD was kindled against them ; 
and he departed. ^° And the 

/>fmirl mnOTea from o^" ^^ I'snt , 
ClOUa departed IrOm off the Ubernacle. 

and, behold, ^Miriam ^JJ^ 'lep- 
rous, "B^tei^ snow: and Aaron 
looked upon Miriam, and, be- 
hold, she was leprous. ^^ And 
Aaron said unto Moses, ^ mj 



lord. 



'laTDOl 
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'bii!^lS^S^he sin upon 



«8> ^UlSS w^e have done fooUshly, 
2Uid I^b^n ve have sinned. ^^ Let 
her ""'i.r^' be as one dead, of 
whom the flesh is half con- 
sumed when he cometh out of 
his mother's womb ^^ And 
Moses cried unto the Lord, 
saying, Heal hJ"Ji,. God, I 
bc»eech thee. ^* And the Lord 
said unto Moses, If her fiither 
had but -^spit in her face, should 
she not be ashamed seven days ? 
let her be 'shut "Sut^f^* the 
camp seven days, and after that 

let her be reoelTed m again. AUU 

Miriam ^was shut "S.t'from' the 
camp seven days: and the 
people journeyed not till Miriam 
was brought in again. ^° And 
afterward the people ^^7i^ 
from *Hazeroth, and pitched in 
'the wilderness of Paran. 

^ And the Lord spake un- 
I O to Moses, saving, ^ "Send 
•^ thou men, that they mav 
•^^ the land of Canaan, which 
I give unto the children of Israel : 
of every tribe of their fathers 
shall ye send a man, every one 
a ^^^ among them. * And 

\fr>aoa ■">( them from 'the wndemeu of 
JiVRSO \jf the commandment of the 

Pans acconUnji to the commandment of the 



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Lord sent them from the wildemeas of 

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Paraa * **^ thoee men 

aithe children of Israel 
these were their names: of the 
tribe of Reuben, Shammua the 
8on of 2^Kx;ur. ^ Of the tribe 
of Simeon, Shapbat the son of 
HoTL •"Ofthetribeof Judah, 
'OJeb the son of Jephunneh. 



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' Of the tribe of Issachar, Igal 
the son of Joseph. * Of the tribe 
of Ephraim, ' oatoa* the son of Nua 
° Of the tribe of Beqjamin, Palti 
thesonofKaphu. ''° Of the tribe 
of Zebulun, Gaddiel the son of 
SodL '^ Of the tribe of Joseph, 
namely, of the tribe of Manasseh, 
Qaddi the son of Susi. ^* Of the 
tribe of Dan, Ammiel the son of 
GemaUL '^ Of the tribe of Asher, 
Sethur the son of Michael ^Of 
the tribe of Naphtali, Nahbi the 
son of Vophsl ^^ Of the tribe 
of Gad, Geuel the son of Machl 
^° These are the names of the 
men which Moses sent to spy 
out the land. And Moses called 
■gS^» the son of Nun j^g^g^ 
" And Moses sent them to spy 
out the land of Canaan, and said 
unto them. Get you up this way 
"UufwSa:'^ and go up into 'the 
?S?ni5!to: '* and see the land, 
what it is; and the people that 
dwelleth therein, whether they 
be strong or weak, "''«»'" ""' •* 
few or many; ^^ and what the 
land is that they dwell in, 
whether it be good or bad; 
and what cities they be that 
they dwell in, whether in '^^ 
or m strong holds ; ^ and what 
the land is, whether it be "fat 
or lean, whether there be wood 
therein, or not. And "be ye of 
good courage, and bring of the 
fruit of the land. Now the time 
was the time of the firstripe 
grapes. '^ So they went up, 
and '^^ the land 'from the 
wilderness of Zin unto 'Rehob, 
'°:?S.S?'^1Sf{S°'Hamath. 22 And 
they ;jSl'nd°eS 'by Hhe gj-tg. and 
came unto 'Hebron; Xn> "Ahi- 
man, Sheshai, and Talmai, "the 
children of Anak, were *''^. 
(Now 'Hebron was built seven 
years before >'Zoan in Egypt) 



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*^ And "they came unto the 
•"toJSk of Eshcol, and cut down 
from thence a branch with one 
cluster of grapes, and they bare 

{f npon s 8t&f( betwasn two; Oien 

^^ between two upon a staff; and (A«v 

'"''^^^ of the pomegranates, 
and of the figs. ^ ^e' place 
was caUed the ^fe' '^Eshcol, 
because of the cluster ot gr»pe« 
which the children of Israel cut 
down from thence. ^^ And they 
returned from Sa&Lf^ the land 
" "fitS"* '^ forty days, ^e ^nd 
they went and came to Moses, 
and to Aaron, and to all the 
congregation of the children of 
Israel, unto the wilderness of 
Paran, to 'Kadesh ; and brought 
back word unto them, and unto 
all the congregation, and shewed 
them the fruit of the land. 
" And they told him, and said. 
We came unto the land whither 
thou sentest us, and surely it 
''floweth with milk and honey; 
*aud this is the fruit of it 
'^^ Ne?55£di. the people j. ,t„^ that 
dwell in the land •" •'"'«, and 
the cities are '^^e, «^*<^ very 
great: and moreover we saw 
the children of Anak there. 

20 'Amalek dwelleth {„ fV>„ \anA r>f 
The AmaleUtes dweU 1" 'ue laUQ OI 

the ^S^: and the §,'iV.^ and the 
Si^i&, and the ^^iSi dwell m 
the mountains: 'and the §tSlSn\t^ 
"d^ljr by the sea, and •""« by the 
SSfi of Jordaa ^ And 'Caleb 
stilled the people before Moses, 
and said. Let us go up at once, 
and possess it; for we are well 
able to overcome it ^ "But 
the men that went up with him 
said. We be not able to go up 
against the people ; for they are 
stronger than we. ^* And 'they 
brought up an evil report of the 
land which they had '£^1^' unto 
the children of Israel, saying, 
The land, through which we 



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tai.x. 

mNeh.0.17. 

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17.18 
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*9a8. 

p<ib.l*.4>. 
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1 Sun. 18.1, 
oi. 

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oh. 18.8,8, 

r Cp. eh. 14. 

98. 



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8,M. 

tck.ia.tr. 

Deut. 1. 38. 

u ch. 32. 9. 
Deut I. as. 
Joeh. 14. 8. 

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IS. 

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Ps. I&U 

*29L.8. 

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8. 

xeh. I4,i(, 
17. 

y Joeh.fl2. 
18, IS, 1>, 39. 

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tao. IL 

a ch. 24, 8. 
Cp. Pf. 14.4 
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have gone to 'iSreh°i^ is a land 
that eateth up the mhabitan]8 
thereof; and ^all the people that 
we saw in it are ^men of ."^t 
stature. ^ And there we saw 
the *'^^^l^ the sons of Anak, 
which come of the '^^S^l^: and 
we were in our own sight ''as 
grasshoppers, and so we were in 
their sight 

' And all the congrega- 
Ji/L tion lifted up their voice, 
~ and cried ; and the people 
'wept that night ^ And all the 
children of Israel •''murmured 
against Moses and against Aaron : 
and the whole congregation said 
unto them. Would God that we 
had died in the land of Egypt ! 
or *would (Sod we had died in 
this wilderness I ^ And where- 
fore g;S the Lord b^J*|t ns unto 
this land, to fell by the SJ§53' 

..'^^"^ nriVAa nrtH rmr Uttle one* sh&A 
that OUT wives ana our children ahoald 

be a JJ5Jj were it not better for 
us to return into Egypt? * And 
they said one to another, "Let 
us make a captain, and "let us 
return into Egypt " Then "Mo- 
ses and Aaron fell on their fsucea 
before all the assembly of the 
congregation of the children of 
Israel ° "And Joshua the son 
of gSi and Caleb the son of 
Jephunneh, which were of them 
that •£J^°,S' the land, rent their 
clothes: ' and they spake unto 
all the ~^^'°'' of the children 
of Israel, saying, 'The land, 
which we passed through to 
'Kareh'S,'' is an exceeding good 
land. ® If "the Lord delight in 
us, then he will bring us into 
this land, and give it ""•" us; ""a 
land which floweth with milk 
and honey. ' Only 'rebel not 
jg against the Lord, 'neither 
fear ye the people of the land ; 
for "they are bread for us : their 



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'••defence 
them, and 



18 depmrted ITOni 

'the LOBD is with 
ns: fear them not ^ ''But all 
tbe congregation bade stone 
them with stones. And 'the 
glory of the Lord appeared in 

^l,~ tent of meeting onto nil 

*J1*S tabenaele of the congientlon before <"! 

the diildren of Israel 

^ And the Lord said unto 
Moses , How long will this people 
'^HSi nie? and how long will 
K S%.°u»y ^beUeve *» me, for aU 
tiie signs which I have ^^ 
amtoag them? ''^ I will smite 
them with the pestilence, and 
difflmherit them, and 'will make 
ol thee a ^SSt'^mS^ and mightier 
than they. "^ And "Moses said 
unto the LoBD, Then the Egyp- 
tians shall hear i^'(/^ thou 
broughtest up this people in 
Ihy might from among ^^.^ 
^ and they will tell it to the 
inhabitants of this land: f„ 
'thej hare heard that thou 
Lord art "» "iS„^ ^ this ^^■ 
£^ thou Lord art seen '&ce to 
iiEkoe, and o^ 'thy cloud standeth 
over them, and g^t thou goest 

y^tfnro f liorn ^ * pillar of clond bj 
OeiOre inem, ^ ^^ {jme in , pUlar of a 

dmL and in a pillar of fire by 
ni^t "^ Now if thou shalt kill 
au this people as one man, then 
the nations which have heard 
the &me of thee will speak, 
saying, ^ Because the Lord 
"was not able to brin^ this 
peojde into the land which he 
Bware nnto them, therefore he 
hath slain them in the wilder- 
ness, ''^ And now, I bSS^ thee, 
let the power of ^ Lord be 
great, according as thou hast 
spoken, saying, ^° "The Lord is 
iSASS' ana '^.S'SSt"' mercy, 
forgiving iniquity and trans- 
gression, and •Hr'^'s.Si'asi.;?" 

**« f!^: ''visiting the iniquity 
<^ the &thers upon the S£' 



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kJobi».a. 

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*ank.aa», 

14. 

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oh. I8.S. 

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Joeh. 2. 9, 10 
*S.l. 

rch.ss.12. 
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21. 

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ech. 1. 41 
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upon the third and npon the fmirtVi >totia- 

unto the third and lounn gene- 
ration. ^° "Pardon, I b^h thee, 
the iniquity of this people ac- 
cording unto the greatness of 
thy mercy, and ■^■^'■w /as thou 
hast forgiven this people, from 
Egypt even ♦until now. ^ And 
the Lord said, I have pardoned 
'according to thy word: ^ but 
'° rLdf^" I live, "d " aU *the 
earth shall be filled with the 
glory of the ^IH ^ '^SS aU 
those men which have seen my 
glory, and my „&«., which I 
""SX' in Egypt and in the 
wUdemess, Sd have tempted 
me now these *"ten times, and 
have not hearkened to my voice ; 
23 '"surely they shall not see the 
land which I sware unto their 
fathers, neither shall any of them 
that ^1^ me see it: ** but my 
servant ''Caleb, because he had 
another spirit with him, and 
hath 'followed me fuUy, him 
will I bring into the land where- 
into he went; and his seed shall 
possess it 25 .Now the ^Si^iS, 
and the gSTi'il^a in the ^\ 
T^m'S^w "turn y=a. and get you 
into tiie vrildemess by the way 

JS the Red 2st 

20 And the Lord spake nnto 
Moses and unto Aaron, saying, 
27 How long shall I becvr wim 
'this evil congr^ation, which 
murmur against me? H have 
heard the murmurings of the 
children of Israel, which they 
murmur against me. 28 gJ^y 
unto them, ^, ^^ „ I live, 
saith the Lord, ""^ 'as ye have 
spoken in mine ears, so will I do 
to you: 28 ""your carcases shall 
foU in this wilderness; and 'all 
that were numbered of you, ac- 
cording to your whole number, 
•from twenty years old and up- 
ward, which have murmured 



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against me, ^ dSSmLi ye shall not 
come into the land, concerning 
which I '"''**' "I* "? '"""' '''*' ^ would 

make you dwell therein, "save 
Caleb the son of Jephunneh, 
and Joshua the son of Nun. 
^^ -TBut your little ones, which 
ye said should be a prey, them 
will I bring in, and they shall 
know the land which *ye have 
d^piSd. ^' But as for you, 'your 
o»SSi!?hey shall fall in this wilder- 
ness. ^ And your children •'shall 
•"t^dST" in the wilderness *forty 
years, and '"^ "bear your whore- 
doms, until •your carcases be 
"^^ in the wilderness. ** "After 
the number of the days in which 
ye 'I^M the land, even *forty 
days, 'S^^ ^ a year, shaU ye 
bear your iniquities, even forty 
years, and ye shall know 'my 

•alienation. 35 (T tVttk T^RH 

haxro ipoken, anielr this will I do nnf/^ 
nave g»id, I wiil Burely do it unw) 

all "this evil congregation, that 
are gathered together against 
me : in this wilderness they shall 
be consumed, and there they 
shall die. ^° "And the men, 
which Moses sent to 'SL,^* the 
land, who returned, and made 
all the congregation to murmur 
against him, by bringing up ^ 
•^diSSSJ'u'^n'"' the land, ^^ even 
those men that did bring up ffe 
evil report n^ the land, 'died 
by the plague before the Lord. 
^ ''But Joshua the son of Nun, 
and Caleb the son of Jephunneh, 
""..l^^^roF'ti^e"" men that went 
to'S^'the,„d,',^^rtw. ^°And 
Moses told these ^!Si^ "^to all 
the children of Israel: and the 
people ^mourned greatly. *°And 
they rose up early in the morning, 
and gat tibem up i^ the top of 
the mountain, saying, Lo, ■'we 
be here, and will go up unto the 
place which the hoBD hath pro- 



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/Tor.J. 
Dtul. I. 38. 



kPi. lO&iM. 

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ich.SZ.UL 
Cp. Pi. 107. 40. 

1: Pi. SS. 10. 
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I D«ut I. 43. 

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3S. 

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4.3. 

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pCp.Eiak. 
4.B. 

flTCT. 41 

Cp. ItoaU 1. 44. 



r eh. SI. 3. 
Jad«. 1. 17. 

<Cp. Job 
SS. 10 (mg.l. 

(ch. 23.111. 

M Ter. S9. 



VTer. 18. 
LeT. 23. 10. 
Deut 2a. 1. 

weh. IS.tS. 
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y Ler. 22. 21 
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<ch.sau, 

LeT. as. 8,13, 

se. 

Dent IS. la 

a Bi. 2g. la 
LeT. 4. 31. 
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10. 

Heb. S. ir 
Judeft. 

e LeT. 2. 1 

te.14. 

dck.ae.si. 
Bee ch. IS. IS. 

<Ex.2g.4a 
LeT. 2S.UL 

/eh.2as. 
LeT. 14. 10. 

«ch.2B.7, 
14. 

kEx.SS.4. 

<ch. 28.13, 
U 

y Dent. I. 41. 



mised: for we have sinned. 
*' "And Moses said. Wherefore 
now do ye transgress the com- 
mandment of the ^SkMbi"? it 
shaU not ^SgS' ** dQ^^ qq^ up, 
'for the Lord is not among you ; 
that ye be not smitten ^°^ before 
your enemies. ** For "'"• 'the 

AmkleUte onH tha Csnaanite „«, 
Amalekites ana Uie Cuuttnitea "■•^ there 

before you, and ye shall fcdl by 
the sword : because ye are turned 
•""^s^fSS.*"^ the Lord, there- 
fore the Lord will not be with 
yoiL ^* 'But they presumed to 

trn im ^ ">" ^t> of ths moonUin . novot. 

go up oato the hin top • never- 
theless "the ark of the covenant 
of the Lord, and Moses, departed. 
not out of the camp. *° Then 
'the iftSuutSi came down, and 
the aSSStS which dwelt in that 
""gfiir^- and smote S™. and ^ 
oS^ua'SL. even unto 'Hormah. 

^ And the Lord spake un- 
I C to Moses, saying, ^ Speak 
•^ unto the children of Israel, 
and say unto them, 'When ye 
be come into the land of your 
habitations, which I give unto 
you, ' and *will make an otFering 
by fire unto the Lord, a burnt 
offering, or a '^fS5> Vn'^.^oSSll!? 
a vow, or IS a freewill offering, 
or 'in your „f^ feasts, to make 
a "sweet savour unto the Lord, 
of the herd, or of the flock: 
"*■ then "shall he that offereth 

V||a obUtlon offer unto the Lokd *a meal 
"^° offering unto the Lord bring n meat 

offering of a tenth ?«* <,7,«. «p*a* 
of ""• flour ■''mingled with the 
fourth part of an hin of S}; 

5 'and wine for the drink offering, the fourth 
And the fourth part at an hin ot wine for a 

^ni^'o'ffertSS; Shalt thou prepare 
with the Dumt offering or "* "* 
sacrifice, for ^^ lamb. ° ''Or 
for a ram, thou shalt prepare 
for a SSi offering two tenth 
part. <^n.piuA of fine "^^^^ mingled 

with the third part of an hin of 



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^ ^ for *• drink offering 
thou shaJt offer the third part 
of an hin of vine, j^ a ^sweet 
savour unto the Lord. ° And 
when thou preparest a bullock 
for a burnt offering, or for a 
"SS^'MSSSS? a TOW, or '« 
*peaoe offenngs unto the Lord : 
«^then shall he ^ ^with ^' 
bollock a S^ offering of three 
tenth ""^ <^ "*»* of ^« flour 
mulled with half an hin of oiL 
~ And thou Bhalt ^Z for ^ 
drink offering half an hin of 
wine, for an offering made by 
fire, of a sweet savour unto the 
Ixmx. " *Thu8 shall it be done 



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bullock, or for ^ ram, 



OTfnw^ **'l> ot *^ heJambi, or of the kida. 
lor a lamb, or • kid. 

■•^ According to the number that 
je shall prepare, so shall ye 
do to every one according to 
their numlwr. ^° All that are 
bo™ STthS^^bT shall do these 
things after this manner, in 
offering an offering made by 
fire, of a sweet savour unto the 
Lordl "** And if a stranger 
sojourn with you, or whosoever 
be unong you w^*""' your 
generations, and will offer an 
offering made by fire, of a sweet 
savour unto the Lord; as ye 
do, so he shall do. « onF^^S^ 



nblT, "* there ehall be one st&tate for 700* and 
ihaU be both for jron of the oongregatlon, and abo 

for the stranger that sojoumeth 
tpUh you, ^'JlrtfiSiSoa for ever 
""T*^ your generations: as 
ve are, so shall the stranger be 
before the Lord. ■•* One law 
and one "JJlSS? shall be for 
yon, and for the stranger that 
sojoumeth with you. 

^ And the Lord spake unto 
Moses, sayim, ^ "Speak unto the 
children of brael, and say unto 
them. When ye come into the 
land whither I bring yon, ^° then 
it shall be, that, when ye eat of 



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"the bread of the land, ye shall 
offer up an heave offering unto 

thA T npn 20 'Of the first of yonr >doagb 
me iitmu. ye ahaU olTor up a cake of 

ye ahaU oiler up a cake f»_ «« V,ao<ra 
the firat of yoM dough lOf ^^ neaVO 

offering: as ye do ''the heave 
Offering of the '■^^^^' so 
shall ye heave it ^i eQf the 
first of your dough ye shall give 
unto the Lord an heave ofiering 
"™^"* your generations. 

22 PAnd 'i^'y-eS^e^^JiSr- and not 
ta^nSi all these commandments, 
which the Lord hath spoken 
unto Moses, ^ even all that the 
Lord hath commanded you by 
the hand of Moses, from the 
day that the Lord »KmSSdSd fc*" 
and h'SJSSt^SS^^S^ your genera- 
tions; ** then it shall be, if JJju 
be „i^,^X^« "without the 
knowledge oi the congregation, 
that all the congregation shall 
offer one young bmlock for a 
burnt offering, for a sweet savour 
unto the Lord, •'with '£j SSt 
"""ISIri'Sr"'' and "'•Si''^*?|&{Sr* 
according to the '^^SS: and 
*one kid rfS?'goata for a sin offer- 
ing. ^ 'And the priest shall 
make „ atonement for all the 
congregation of the children of 
Israel, and ,t'5£u"g^f55^J".?'2;» ; 
for it JT-i.S'o.SSr: and they ^ 

brought their oblation, an offering tti ail o Vwr 
brlSg their offering, a aacrilloa maue Oy 

fire unto the Lord, and their 
sin offering before the Lord, for 

their ig^^ee: "^^^ioA. itahaUbetorglyen 

all the congregation of the 
children of Israel "^ ^ '°*™», 
and the stranger that sojoumeth 
among them ; '<» ^^^ °^ all the 
people "'SS^'ri^oTiS^- "And 

»;f one peiaon ain uowittlngly, thon ho 
" any aoul aIn through Imoiance, mcu uc 

shaU filfSJlStlSft OI the first year 
for a sin offering. ^ *'And the 
priest shall make „ atonement 

for the soul that rtnnethlmoVmntly. 

when he sinneth ^y-I^'^flS oefore 
the Lord, to make „ atonement 



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for him ; and f? shaU be ,o^rhim. 
^ *Ye shall have one law for 

Ilim tliaf doeth aught unwittingly, for 
Uim T,ma •alnneth through ignonnoe. both/or 

him that is '>°?SS™ among the 
children of Israel, and for the 
stranger that sojoumeth among 
them. ^° «But the soul that 
doeth •^ILI'^r^X.X.- whether 
he be bo™ ^ fe und. or a stranger, 
the same ^J^^ the Lokd; 
and that som shall be cut off 
from among his people. ^' Be- 
cause he hath "despised the word 
of the Lord, and hath broken 
his SSSSdSSl.' that soul shall 
utterly be cut SS'; his iniquity 
shall be upon hjm. 

** And while the children of 
Israel were in the wilderness, 
they found a man thff»toSld sticks 
upon the sabbath day. ^ And 
they that found him gathering 
sticks brought him unto Moses 
and Aaron, and unto all the 
congregation. ** And 'they put 
him m ward, because it '^"'nST" 
declared what shoidd be done 
to him. ^^ And the Lord said 
imto Moses, "The man shall 
irJJre^ put to death: aU the 
congregation shall ^stone him 
with stones without the camp. 
^ And all the cooCTegation 
brought him without the camp, 
and stoned him with stones, and 
he died ; as the Lord commanded 
Moses. 

^' And the Lord spake unto 
Moses, saying, ^ Speak unto the 
children of Israel, and bid them 
"that they make them 'fringes 
in the borders of their garments 
throughout their generations, 
and that they put upon the 
fnnge of iSSt^^". 'nSSSd of blue : 
^ and it shall be imto you for a 
fringe, that ye may look upon 
it, and remember all the com- 
mandments of the Lord, and do 



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them; and that ye "«^„S?"' 
after your own heart and your 
own eyes, after which ye use 
* to go a whorii^: *° that ye 
may JSSStef. and do all my 
commandments, and be ''holy 
unto your Grod. *^ -^I am the 
Lord your Grod, which brought 
ou out of the land of Egypt, to 
your Crod: I am the Lord 
your God. 

^ ' Now 'Korah, the son of 
lO Izhar, the son of Kohath, 
the son of Levi,][J,d 'Dathan 
and Abiram, the sons of Eliab, 
and On, the son of Peleth, sons 
of Reuben, took men : ^ and they 
rose up before Moses, with cer- 
tain of the children of Israel, 
two hundred and fifty princes of 

tkn congregation, called to the Msembly, wrion 
""c aiaembly, famooi In the congregation, "icu 

of renown: ^ and *they 'gSS^ 
themselves together against Mo- 
ses and against Aaron, and said 
unto them, °5mYe take too much 
upon you, seeing "all the con- 
gregation are holy, every one of 
them, and ^the Lord is among 
them : wherefore then lift ye up 
yourselves above the «S^Jfon of 
the Lord? * And when Moses 
heard it, 'he fell upon his face : 
' and he spake unto Korah and 
unto all his company, saying, 
^S'to To^lS the Lord will shew 
'who are his, and who is '£3^; 
and *will cause him to come 
near unto him : even him "whom 
be fflShS^ will he cause 'to 
come near unto him, ^ This do ; 
^ke y9U * censers, Korah, and 
all his company ; ^ and put fire 
therein, and put incense "fj" 
them before the Lord ^S2!SI: 
and it shall be that the man 
whom the Lord doth choose, 
he shall be holy: Vye take too 
much upon you, ye sons of Levi 



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" And Moses said unto Eorah, 
Bm^w'joa. ye sons of Lcvi : 
* geemeui it out "a small thing 
nnto yon, that the Grod of Israel 
hath ''separated yoo from the 
congr^ation of Israel, to Ining 
you near to iSSSSi' to do the 
service of the tabernacle of the 
Lord, and to stand before the 
congr^ation to minister unto 
SSSi " and "^ he hath brought 
thee ,M?t?Aiim and all thy brethren 
the SODS of Levi with }^] and 
seek ye ihe priesthood also? 
" Fee wSSTSS. boik thou and aU 
thy company are gathered to- 
geiber against the Lord: 'and 
^SS J'Airon,'" that ye murmur 
agaimt him ? ''^ And Moses sent 
to caM Dathan and Abiram, the 
BODS of Eliab: *^^ said, We 
win not come up : ^^ is it^a small 
thing that thou hast brought us 
up out of *a land thuSJSfeu. with 
milk and honey, to kill us in the 
wilderness, '""£Sp'f?£^;«^ 'make 
thyself ytolSuiar » prince over 
us ? '** Moreover thou hast not 
iMvogfat us into a land thft'SSfeth 
with milk and honey, '^ given 
US inheritance of fields and vine- 
yards: wilt tiiou "put out the 
eyes of these men? we will not 
come up. ^ And Moses was very 
WTodi, and said unto the Lord, 
"Respect not thou their offering : 
*I have not taken one ass irom 
tiiem, neither have I hurt one of 
them. ^ And Moses said unto 
Korah, Be thou and all thy 
""^^^ 'before the Lord, thou, 
and they, and Aaron, ^S^SSJ: 
^ and 'take ^' every man his 
censer, and put incense "K" them, 
and Ining ye before the Lord 
every man his censer, 'two hun- 
dred and fifty censers ; thou also, 
and Aaron, each ^^^ his censer. 
" And they took every man his 



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censer, and put fire in them, 
and laid incense thereon, and 
stood fn the door of the tatoSLie 
of the S^S^uoo with Moses and 
Aaron. « And Korah -^f,^ all 
the congregation against them 
unto the door of the tab^?Sicie of 
the Sf^tion-. "and the glory of 
the Lord appeared unto all the 
congregation. 

^And the Lord spake unto 
Moses and unto Aaron, saying, 
^ ''Separate yourselves from 
among this congregation, that 
I may consume them 'in a 
moment ^ And thejr ■'fell upon 
their feces, and said, O God, 
'^the God of the spirits of all 
flesh, 'shall one man sin, and 
wilt thou be wroth with aU 
the congregation ? ^ And the 
Lord s[»ke unto Moses, saying, 
^ Speak unto the congregation, 
saying. Get you up frx)m about 
the tabernacle of Korah, Da- 
than, and Abiram. ^ And Moses 
rose up and went unto Dathan 
and Abiram; and the elders of 
Israel followed him. ^^ And he 
spake unto the congregation, 
saying, ""Depart, I pray you, 
from the tents of these wicked 
men, and touch nothing of theirs, 
lest ye be consumed in aU their 
sins. "So they gat""*" up from 
the tabernacle of Korah, I^than, 
and Abiram, on every side : and 
Dathan and Abiram came out, 
and stood \^ the door of their 
tents, and their wives, and their 

sons, and their littleoMWren. ^And 
Moses said. Hereby ye shall know 
that the Lord hath sent me to 
do all these works; for / have 
not done them 'of mine own 
mind ^ If these men die Hhe 
common death of all men, or if 
they be visited after the visita- 
tion of all men ; "then the Lord 



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hath not sent me. ^ But if the 
Lord "make a new thine, and 
"the "Srth* open her mouth, and 
swallow them up, with all that 
appertain unto them, and they 
*go down ^S iiito *the pit; 
then ye shaU understand that 
these men have ^?^ the Lord. 
^ ''And it came to pass, as he 
1^ made an end of speaking all 
these words, that tne ground 
clave asunder that was under 
them: ^^and the earth opened 
her mouth, and swallowed them 
up, and their •"SSSi"*'' and -^all 
the men that appertained unto 
Korah, and all their goods. 
»3 ^Thw.^" and all that apper- 
tained to them, went down alive 
into 'the git.' and the earth closed 
upon aSm. and 'they perished 
from among the oo^-^^dn. ^And 
all Israel wat were round about 
them fled at the cry of them: 
for they said. Lest the earth 
swaUow us „p"2J«,. » And i^^ 
oaSfoat°a'fir<, from the LoRD, and 
wu^^ '"the two hundred and 
fifty men that ofiered "» in- 
censa 

^^ And the Lord spake unto 
Moses, saying, " Speak unto 
"Eleazar the son of Aaron the 
priest, that he take up the 
censers out of the burning, and 
scatter thou the fire yonder ; for 
thev are J-fi'ik ^s •v.^tbo censers 
of ^these sinners against' their 

fvam 'lives, and 1»f f hoTn ^ made beaten 
own ^;jig_ iCl mem nujte them broad 

plates for a covering of the altar: 
for they offered them before the 
Lord, therefore they are hi^md: 
'and they shall be a sign unto 
the children of Israel ^° And 
Eleazar the priest took the 
brasen censers, wh'rewuh they that 
were burnt had offered ; and they 

beat them out for « /«rkVAinTi(r /\f 

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the altar: *** to be a memor'T 
unto the children of Israel, '<"'* i« 
''that no stranger, which is ia- 
of the seed of Aaron, come mi- 
to o^ incense before the Loi 
that he be not as Korah, and!«] 
his company : as the Lord ■'^d m 
him by the hand of Moses, 'k 
*^ But on the morrow all tj 
congr^ation of the children I 
Israel 'murmured against Ma^n 
and against Aaron, saying, 1;^ 
have killed the people of i^ 
Lord. *" And it came to pa^ 
when the congregation was^StS 1 
against Moses and against Aar*^ ■ 
tmit they looked toward U 

tent o( meeting . anA 1' 

tebemaole of the conoregatlon • »MKi, •■ j 

hold, "the cloud covered it, a,, 
*the glory of the Lord T 
peared. *^ And Moses and Aar' 

oamo te 'lie front of the tent of meetlna ' 
<^<>«Ut:; before the tabernacle of the rangre^it 3 

^* And the Lord spake m' 
Moses, saying, ■*^ ■'Get you " 
from among this congregatit^ 
that I may consume them „ ! 
a moment 'And they fell up 
their faces. *® And Moses ss; 
unto Aaron, Take *^ censer, ai; 
put fire therein from off t' 
altar, and "^iSS^aSSr- and **? 
quickly unto the congregatic 
and make „, atonement for ihei' 
for "there is wrath gone out fro 
the Lord; the plague is begu' 
*' And Aaron took as Mos 
cotJSSiW and ran into the mid 
of the co'S^^tfon ; and, behold, tl 
plague was begun among tl 
people: and he put on "■• incens 
and made „, atonement for tl 
people. *° And he stood betwe< 
the dead and the living; and ''tl 
plague was stayed. **Now th< 
that died ^ the plague we 
fourteen thousand and 8ev< 
hundred, "gSld? them that di 
about the matter of Kxtn 



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^° And Aaron returned unto 
Moses unto the door of the 

teat of meeting , anA it\ta 

Uboniacle ot the oongregBtioo • »"" UIO 

plague was stayed. 



17 



'* And the Lobd spake un- 
to Moses, saying, '^ Speak 
unto the children of Israel, 
'and take of ^^? S^M'"tSeS^•^ 

aeamdiog to the boon of Ouir fsthen, O^ ^^ 

their princes according to ^ 
b„2?^teS£e™ twelve rods : write 
thou every man's name upon his 
rod. ^ And thou shalt write 
Aaron's name upon the rod of 

f Ain ■ fnr there ■hall be one rod for each 

r«Tl . lOr one rod AaU it for the bead of 

bead o( their tathenr bowea. 4 An<1 fVimi 

the boose of their fatheta. ^^O. UlOU 

shalt lay them up in the ub^^ie 
of the SS^tion before the testi- 
mony, 'where I ^u meet with 
you. ^ And it shall come to 
pass, that the maS?^' *whom I 
shaU choose, "V3i m^.S"'*: and 
I will make to cease from me 
*tbe murmnrings of the children 
of Israel, wlSJ^ they murmur 
against you. ° And Moses spake 
unto the children of Israel, and 
emr*^ of their princes gave him 
•anSwiece. ^oi" ^ach priuce One, ac- 
cording to their mthers' houses, 
even ^elve rods: and the rod 
of Aaron was among their rods. 
' And Moses laid up the rods 
before the Lord in "the tauSicie 

of th.^l*^lmo«y. 8 ^^ ^ game to 
^IZ.'S^oS'S^Z^ Moses went into 
the JSi.i^Jri!fiSS; and, behold, 
the rod of Aaron for the house of 
Levi was budded, and bi^t forth 
buds, and bloomed blossoms, and 
''^i^daT almonds. ° And Moses 
brought out all the rods from 
before the Lord imto all the 
children of Israel: and they 
looked, and took every man his 
rod. ^ And the Lobd said unto 
Mosee, •^^'i:fi:LiS;-?^'.^ before 
the testimony, to be kept "for a 



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their 
murmurings •^S?* me, that they 
die not " ^d""M?12.'5!S"»: as the 
Lobd commanded him, so did he. 
'^ And the children of Israel 
spake unto Moses, saying. Be- 
hold, we ^^1^ we •V,?^'"' we 
"■aiVi«"5i°°«- '* '^^S'oS;^' Cometh 
"'"iJte'"' near unto the taber- 
nacle of the i]^"i^«a.: shaU we 

perish all of ns 9 
be oonsumed with djInK* 

Q ^ And the Lord said un- 
Iq to Aaron, Thou and thy 
sons and thy {Jj^jpi house 
with thee shall 'bear the iniquity 
of the sanctuary : -^and thou and 
thy sons with thee shall bear 
the iniquity of your priesthood. 
2 And thy brethren JJ^of the 
tribe of Levi, the tribe of thy 
father, bring thou "•" with thee, 
that they may be 'joined unto 
thee, and •'mmister unto diee: 
but thou and thy sons with 
thee „J^^^ before the SgJ°'i^J 
rt'SitoS ' And they shall keep 
thy charge, and 'the charge of 
aU the ta&icie: "only they shall 
not come nigh '"'** the vessels of 
the sanctuary and ™"° the altar, 

nf-ligf ^V die not, neither they, nor ye. 
iiuaii neither they, nor ye alio, die. 

* And they shall be joined unto 
thee, and keep the charge of the 

tent of meetlnn, frtr nil tha 

tabernacle of the congregation, lOr aU lUe 

service of the taiJSicie: *and a 
stranger shall not come nigh 
unto you. " And ye shall 'keep 
the charge of the sanctuary, and 
the charge of the altar: 'that 
there be no'SJSh'my more upon 
the children of Israel ^ 'And 
I, behold, I have taken your 
brethren the Levites from among 
the children of Israel: 'to you 
they are H.^'-^jr^STiSr the Lord, 
to do the service of the t^SiiSJie 

of the'SSSg^iaUon. ^ Thmfoie "thoU and 

thy sons with thee shall keep 



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your ^^T.^^oe for every thing of 
the altar, and '""""' within the 
J2{; and ye shall serve: I h.Tf5i»«n 

yon the priesthood m a oomH^f 

roar priest's offlce uitto »ou at *• '"'• vit,«3 

of gift: "and the stranger that 
cometli nigh shall be put to 
death. 

^ And the Lord spake unto 
Aaron, ■^^o'ia'i"!^'^ liave given 
thee the charge of mine heave 
°Sleri5S."?° all the hallowed things 
of the children of i;^, unto thee 
have I given them '*by reason 
of the anointing, and to thy 
sons, by^^Bf„ce for ever. »Thi8 
shall be thine of the most holy 
things, reserved from the fire: 
every oblation of theirs, ""^ 
every '™^ offering of theirs, and 
every *8in offering of theirs, and 
every t^S^ offering of theirs, 
which they shall render unto 
me, shall be most holy for thee 
and for thy sons. ^° ^ the most 
holy ^]SS' shalt thou eat *^'^'= 
every male shall eat ^'^'^- it 
shall be holy unto thee. ^^ And 
this is thine ; "the heave offering 
of their gift, ^tS all the wave 
offerings of the children of Israel: 
I have given them unto 'thee, 
and to thy sons and to thy 
daughters with thee, by"»'.tlt5te 
for ever: 'every one that is 
clean in thy house shall eat 
the«of. 12 .^11 the "best of the 
oil, and all the 'best of the 
''^^ and of the ,^1, "the first- 
firuits of them which they Bhifi^offer 
unto the Lord, *S,^^ have I given 

them. 13 The firatripe frulta of all tb*t la i^ 
thee. And whatsoever la first ripe ^' 

^ land, "which they .h^u oring 
unto the Lord, shall be thine; 
'every one that is clean in th^ 
house shall eat ^^- ^* •'Every 
thing devoted in Israel shall be 
thine '^ "Every thing that 
openeth the ^^^ Si ti} SSf. which 



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they gj« unto the Lord, XIL- 
«?:?r™e\°VlSita shaU be thine: 
nevertheless 'the firstborn of 
man shalt thou surely redeem, 
and the firstling of unclean beasts 
shalt thou redeem. ^° 'And those 
that are to be redeemed "' """ 
from a month old shalt thou 
redeem, ''according to thine esti- 
mation, for the money of five 
shekels, after the shekel of the 
'"i5S'c^,"'w''hiSr' is twenty ^^ 
" 'But the firstHng of ^^^ or 
the firstling of a sheep, or the 
firstling of a goat, thou shalt not 
redeem; they are holy: *thou 
shalt sprinkle their blood upon 
the altar, and shalt bum their 
fat for an offering made by fire, 
for a sweet savour unto the Lord. 
^^ And the flesh of them shall be 
thine, as ""the wave breast and 
as the right "'ISLl^JflSe'" thine. 
^^ "All the heave offerings of the 
holy things, which the children 
of Israel offer unto the Lord, 
have I ^ven thee, and thy sons 
and thy daughters with thee, ^ 
a ,t^°uu. for ever : *it is a covenant 
of salt for ever before the Lord 
unto thee and to thy seed with 
thee. ^° And the Lord ^ unto 
Aaron, Thou shalt have no in- 
heritance in their land, neither 
shalt thou have any ^^^ among 
them: *I am thy ^^ and thine 
inheritance among the children 
of IsraeL 

21 'And onto the children of Leri, behold. 
And, behold, I hare clTen the children 

"a^iiH"' aU the iias in Israel 
for an inheritance, '" "*"" for 
their service which they serve, 
even the service of the tabSSLie of 

meeting. 22 'And henceforth fl^A 

the congregation. Neither must iixic 

children of Israel h'S^S^ come 

nigh the Ube,n.c^Vth?*S,'5geg.Mo«. 

'lest they bear sin, tana die. 
23 But *the Levites shall do the 

service of the tahemacle of the nrngiWaUon. 



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and 'they shall bear their ini- 
quity : it shall be a statute for 
CTcr throoghont your genera- 
tions, ^ among the children of 
Israel they "**" have no inherit- 
ance. 24 For ^e Utte ^f th^ 

children of Israel, which 'they 
offer as an heave offering unto 
the Lord, I have given to the 
Levites '"^1^1'^: therefore 
I have said onto them, ''Among 
the children of Israel they shall 
have no inheritance. 

^ And the Lord spake unto 
Moees, saying, ^e Moieore^thou .hmt 

spe^ unto t£e Levites, and say 
unto them. When ye take of the 
children of Israel the u^ which 
I have given you from them for 
your iimeritance, then ye shall 
offer np an heave offering of it 
for the Lord, ^ 1'^^%'^^ of the 
tithe. " 'And ««, your heave 
offering shall be reckoned unto 
you, as thoudi it were the com 
of the ?KSSSS?: and as the 
folnesB of the winepress. ^Thus 
ye also shall offer an heave offer- 
ing nnto the Lord of all your 
tiuies, which ye receive of the 
children of Israel ; and %V^'^^ 
t£^ the Lord's heave offenng 
to Aaron the priest ^ Out of 
all your ^fts ye shall offer every 
heave offering of the Lord, of 
all the "best thereof even the 
hallowed part thereof out of it. 
*° Therefore thou shalt say unto 
them. When ye h.ve'hMTed the 'best 
thereof from it, "&en it shall be 
connted unto the Levites as the 
increase of the ^^'fi^Sf: and as 
the increase of the winepress. 
*• And ye shall eat it in every 
place, ye and your households : 
for it is «your reward ^ "*""' for 
your service in the t^iJ^A the 
«,5^^SS». '^ And ye shaU 'bear 
no sm l^ reason of it, when ye 



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have heaved from it the 'best 

thereof: and ye ahall not 'profane 4^V>a lir^W 
of It: neither shaU ye Dollute ^^^ DOIY 

things of the (uiildren of Israel, 



*that ye die not. 
Icet ye die. 



^ And the Lord spake un- 
IQ to Moses and unto Aaron, 

^ 8aymg,2Thi8i8theo^SlS'ce 
of the law which the Lord hath 
commanded, saying. Speak unto 
the children of Israel, that they 
bring thee a red heifer 'without 
spot, wherein is no blemish, *and 
upon which never came yoke: 
' and ye shall give her unto 
Eleazar the priest, fS^t^hV^ bring 
her -^forth without the camp, and 
one shall slay her before his face: 
* and Eleazar the priest shall 
take of her blood with his finger, 
and "sprinkle of her blood XS&i 

the front of the tent of meeting oairon 

before the tabernacle of the congregation "*' ' ^" 

times : ° and one shall bum the 
heifer in his sight; '^her skin, 
and her flesh, and her blood, 
with her dung, shall he bum: 
° and the priest shall take *cedar 
wood, and hyssop, and scarlet, 
and cast it into the midst of the 
burning of the heifer. ' Then 
the priest 'shall wash his clothes, 
and he shall bathe his flesh in 
water, and afterward he shall 
come into the camp, and the 
priest shall be unclean until the 
even. * And "he that bumeth 
her 'shall wash his clothes in 
water, and bathe his flesh in 
water, and shall be unclean until 
the even. ° And a man that is 
clean shall gather up "the ashes 
of the heifer, and lay them up 
without the camp in a * clean 
place, and it shall be kept for 
the congregation of the children 
of Israel 'for a water of *separa- 
tion:itisa ,Sj^?r^''SJ.u, '"^And 
he that gathereth the ashes of 
the heifer 'shall wash his clothes, 



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and be unclean until the even: 
and it shall be unto the children 
of Israel, and unto the stranger 
that sojoumeth among them, for 
a statute for ever. ^ 'He that 
toucheth the dead body of any 
'man shall be unclean seven ^5S! 
,2 a,e^«me dgijjji pyrffy himsclf 

'^SSlf on the third day, 'and 
on the seventh day he shall be 
clean : but if he purifr not him- 
self the third day, then the 
seventh day he shall not be 
cleaa ''^ Whosoever toucheth 
the dead body of any man that 
is dead, and purifieth not him- 
self 'defileth the tabernacle of 
the Lord; '^and that soul shall 
be cut off from Israel : because 
the water of separation was not 
sprinkled upon him, he shall be 
unclean; his uncleanness is yet 
upon him. ■•* This is the {JJ, 
when a man dieth in a tent: 
"■^auThit'ci.m""^ into the tent, and 
"«3i'""' that is in the tent, shall 
be unclean seven days. '^ And 
every 'open vessel, which hath 
no covering bound upon it, is 
unclean. ^° And * whosoever 
in the open fleu toucheth One that 
is dain with a .^^ in tK'Spen neid.. 
or a dead body, or a bone of a 
man, or a "grave, shall be unclean 
seven days. ^^And for *Sf unclean 
ptrxm they shall take ''of the ^ashes 

nf l-Vio bamlng of the Bin offering, an/1 
01 ine burnt heifer of puriflcsUon for aln, «*ia 

''''running water shall be put 
thereto in a vessel : '* and a 
clean person shall take 'hyssop, 
and dip it in the water, and 
sprinkle it upon the tent, and 
upon all the vessels, and upon 
the persons that were there, and 
upon him that touched *a° bone, 
or SSa slain, or »SS dead, or ^' 
grave: ''® and the clean person 
shall sprinkle upon the un- 
clean **on the third day, and on 



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and "on the 



av he shall purify w^^ 
''wash his clothes, and 



the seventh day: 
seventh day 
and »»»'»"' 

bathe himself in water, and shall 
be clean at even. ^ But the 
man that shall be unclean, and 
shall not purify himself, -^that 
soul shall be cut off from "km™^ 
&'. ^"n^SSio^i because he hath de- 
filed the sanctuary of the Lord: 
the water of separation hath not 
been sprinkled upon him ; he is 
uncleaa ^ And it shall be a 
perpetual statute unto S^=5S^ 
ne that sprinkleth the water of 
separation shall wash his clothes; 
and he that toucheth the water 
of separation shall be unclean un- 
til even. ^ And ''whatsoever the 
unclean person toucheth shall be 
unclean ; and the soul that touch- 
eth it shall be unclean until even. 

' The^^e the children 
20 °^ Israel, even the whole 
congregation, "^' *into 
the 'T^"" of Zin in the first 
month: and the people abode in 
Kadesh; and-'Miriam died there, 
and was buried there. * 'And 
there was no water for the con- 
gregation: "-and they "SJSJid 
themselves together against Mo- 
ses and against Aaron. ^ And 
the people '^^7 with Moses, and 
spake, saj^ng. Would God that 
we had died 'when our brethren 
died before the Lord I * And 
why have ye brought op the 
oonl^tL of the Lord into this 
wilderness, that we •^.S'd"oS'cite5^ 
X'SS SS ff± ? * And 'wherefore 
have ye made us to come up out 
of Egypt, to bring us in unto 
this evd place? it is no place 
of seed, or of figs, or of vines, 
or of pomegranates; neither is 
there any water to drink. ® And 
Moses and Aaron went from the 



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prefsenoe of the assembly unto 
the door of the t»b<™de°o°'tho o<m. 
SiS^SS^ and ther 'fell upon their 
fiaces: *and the glory of the 
Lord appeared unto them. 
7 And tne Lord spake unto 
Moees, saying, ^ 'Take the rod, 

*nd grthe?t£»the»«wB^togSher. thoU, 

and Aaron thy brother, and 
speak ye unto the rock before 
their „Sriu^x }U give forth ift 
^H^' and 'thou shalt bring forth 
to them water out of the rock: 
so thou ahalt give the congrega- 
tion and their giS£ drink. ° And 
Moaes took the rod *from before 
the Lord, as he conunanded him. 
^° And Moses and Aaron gathered 
the J^S^m together before the 
rock, and he said unto them, 
*Hear now, ye rebels; Jj^ we 
•^i&iC^TJL"^ water out of this 
rode? ^ And Moses lifted up his 

%tanA oimI *niot« the rock with hu rod 
naoa, aoa ^ui Ua rod he niiote tbe rock 

twice: 'and the water came '^5? 
abundantly, and the congrega- 
tion drank, and their be^u 'Si«>. 
** And the Lord JUS^, 'mto Moses 
and Aaron, Because "ye believed 
■2,*^^ "to sanctify me in the 
eyes of the children of Israel, 
tnerefore ye shall not bring this 
e,^S2£B into the land which I 
have given them. '^ "^hi? JT" 
the ^!^ of "Meribah; because 
the children of Israel strove 
with the Lord, and he 'was 
sanctified in them. 

** 'And Moses sent messengers 
from Kadesh unto *the king of 
Edom, Thus saith ""thy brother 
Israel, Thou knowest all the 
travail that hath ^be£edlen us: 
'* "how our fathers went down 
into Egypt, *and we i„„ dwelt 
in Egypt a long time ; 'and the 
ECTptians ""A^JJf^ us, and our 
fimiers: '* and *when we cried 
unto the Lord, he heard our 



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y Deut. 2. g, 
& 

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Q ch. 33. 87. 

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Ex. 17. 7. 
Deut. 32. 91 
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lit". - 

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• ch.ai. 4 
ft 33. 87. 

(Judg. II. 
1<,17. 

u ch. 27. 18. 
D<iut.S2.ga 
Cp. ch. 31. 9 
ft Om. 28.8. 

vS«e 0«n. 
S&3I— 39L 

w Sent. a. 
4,8 

ft 23. 7. 
Obul. 10b 11. 

STer.ia. 

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• SeeBz. 12. 

4a 

aEx. t.u. 
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t El.2.88 
ft 8. 7. 



voice, and "sent an angel, and 
hath brought us forth out of 
Egypt: and, behold, we are in 
Kadesh, a city in the uttermost 
of thy border: ^' •'let us 



I pray thee, through thy couStry: 
we will not pass through the^V 
or through u.e'^^SSfd^ -^neither 
will we dnnk of the water of the 
wells: we will go ''^ the king's 
high way, we will not timi •**" 
to the right hand nor to the left, 
until we have passed thy ^S. 
''^ And Edom said unto him. 
Thou shalt not pass ^^"^ me, 

1 oaf T nnm Aniit^''>">B Bvord mgklnit thee. 
leSl 1 come OUl a^^iut thee with the aword. 

'® And the children of Israel 
said unto him, We will go "» 
by the high way: *and if j ^^i„j 

dnnk of thy water, I and my cattle, j*-X,ark 

cauie drink of thy water, 'inen 

will I_giTe the price thereof: let me ^nlv 

IwiU pay .for it: I wlU OHiy, 

without dintig any thing else, 
•55* through on my feet ^° And 
he said, 'Thou shalt not "^ 
through. And Edom came out 
against him with much people, 
and with a strong hand. ^ llius 
Edom "refused to give Israel 
passage through his border: 
wherefore Israel 'turned away 
from him. 

the children of Israel, even the 

whole congregation, jonmeyed from 

Kadedi, and camo unto 'mouut Hor. 
^ And the Lord spake unto 
Moses and Aaron m 'mount 
Hor, by the 'SJ^," of the land of 
Edom, saying, ^ Aaron "shall 
be gathered unto his people : for 
he shall not enter into tne land 
which I have given unto the 
children of Israel, because *ye 
rebelled against my 'word at tne 
;;$£? of Meribah. ^s Take Aaron 
and Eleazar his son, and bring 
them up unto mount Hor : ^ and 
strip Aaron of his garments, and 
put them upon Eleazar his son: 



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and Aaron 'shall be gathered 
unto his people, and shall die 
there. " And Mosea did as the 
Lord commanded: and they went 
up into mount Hor in the sight 
of all the congregation. ^ ''And 
Moses stripped Aaron of his 
garments, and put them upon 
Eleazar his son ; and Aaron died 
there 'in the top of the mount: 
and Moses and Eleazar came 
down from the mount ^ And 
when all the congregation saw 
that Aaron was de^-M;hey n^ed 
for Aaron thirty days, even all 
the house of Israel. 

1 AnH *Uie Cuiaanlte, the king of 
■^"Q when king Ar»d the 

21 canSSte. which dwelt in Hhe 
^^th,* heard teU that Israel 
came ^by the way 'of tt^^i fSL 
he fought against Israel, and took 
some of them ^S^^ ^ "And 
Israel vowed a vow unto the 
Lord, and said. If thou wilt in- 
deed deliver this people into my 
hand, then I will 'utterly destroy 
their cities. ^ And the Lord 
hearkened to the voice of Israel, 
and delivered up the Canaanites; 
and they 'utterly destroyed them 
and their cities: and X'SSId'th. ' 

pUce was called <*otJ„_~,„U 
name of the place xlOnuan. 

* And «they journeyed from 
mount Hor by the way ^ the 
Red ^ ''to compass the land of 
£dom: and the soul of the people 
'•was much * discouraged 'be- 
cause of the way. ^ And the 
people 'spake against God, and 
against Moses, "VVberefore have 
ye brought us up out of Egypt 
to die m the wilderness? for 
there is no bread, ^Afo^e'^ny 
water; and "our soul loatheth 
this 'light bread. « »And the 
Lord sent fiery serpents among 
the people, and *they bit the 
people ; and much people of 



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Joeh. la 4. 
Judg. 1. 17. 

pch.22.96. 
Judg. 1 1. It. 

ecfa. 20.23 
Asa 41. 

r Judg. II. 
U. 

• Op. eta. II. 

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u Ex. la 1 
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wTer. 38. 
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39. 
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II. & 

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21 (Tl. 

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14. 

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Cp. lad. 14. 39 
tsat. 

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Israel died. ' lit^on the people 
came to Moses, and said, We 
have sinned, "^g?" we have 
spoken against the Lord, and 
against thee ; " pray unto the 
Lord, that he take away the 
serpents from us. And Moses 
prayed for the people. * And 
the Lord said unto Moses, Make 
thee a fiery serpent, and set it 
upon a "^"iJ^ : and it shall come 
to pass, that every one that is 
bitten, when he look^twpon it, shall 
live. ® "And Moses made a ser- 
pent of brass, and JJV it upon 
."iSi?'*' and it came to pas, 
that if a serpent had bitten 
any man, when he ^°°'^m^ the 
serpent of brass, he lived ''"And 
the children of Israel ,i?X^^ 
and *j)itched in Oboth. " 'And 
they journeyed from Oboth, and 
'pitched at ,'Jti^SSS. in the wil- 
derness which is before Moab^ 
toward the sunrising. " From 
thence they ^SSS°o'/et and pitched 
in "the valley of ^f^ " From 
thence they ^^^St and pitched 
on the other side of Amon, which 
is in the ^we™^ that cometh out 
of the ^S; of the Amorites : for 
J'Amon is the border of Moab, 
between Moab and the Amorites. 
'* Wherefore it is said in the 
book of the ^ of the Lord, 

Vaheb lin Suphab, 
iWhat he did in the Bed aea. 

And li'Se'^k. of Amon, 

« And at'Jife'it°.Sm of the » 

That "^^^iVS^ the dwelling 

of 'Ar, 
And 'Stieuf" upon the border of 
MoaU 
'« And from thence they ^"^^^ 
*to 'Beer : that is the weU where- 
of the Lord .^^e unto Moses, 
Gather the people together, and 
"I will give them water. 



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'Sluing up, O well; ^sing ye 
onto it: 

18 Tha "U. which tha jirinces digged, 
-Lnc piinoM digged tha wdST 

^"*='» the nobles of the people 

delTad, 



ith 'the aoeptra^ and with 

br Ae dinetum of tha UwgfTer, WlUl 

their staves. 
And from the wilderness they 
^"SSr* to Mattanah: ^^ and from 
Mattanah to Nahaliel : and from 
NahaiieltoBamoth: ^° and from 
Banroth ^ the ^7 that is in the 
laSSiy of Moab, to the top of 
♦Pisgah, /which looketh ^"JJ^^"" 

IJeshinxm. 

" And * Israel sent messengers 
onto Sihon king of the Amontes, 
saying, ^ 'Let me pass through 
thy land: we will not turn ^^ 
S?^ or into tha'^JSSSda ; we will 
not drink of the ,^t^ of the 
,^^ we will go .long by the 
king's high way, until we "S pSS** 
thy £5St '^"'And Sihon would 
not snfier Israel to pass through 
Ms border: but Sihon gathered 
all his people together, and went 
outi^unst Israelinto the ^^1^^: 
and te "came to JthS; and ** fought 
against Israel ^ °And Israel 
smote him with the edge of the 
sword, uid possessed nis land 
from Amon unto ^ Jabbok, even 
imto the children of Ammon: 
for the border of the children 
of Ammon was strong. ^ And 
Israel took all these cities: and 
Iwael dwelt in all the cities 
n/l (iie Amorites, in Heshbon, 
and in all the "^^ thereo£ 
"For Heshbon was the city of 
Sibcw the king of the Amontes, 
who had fought against the 
former king of Moab, and taken 
an his land out of his hand, 
even unto Amon. " Wherefore 
they that speak in 'proverbs 
say, 






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fe 24. 8. 
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Come ^,5^ "Heshbon, 

Let the city of Sihon be built 

an/l astabluhed . 
•*U*4 prepared • 

^°For ^ t^\„ gone out of 

"Heshbon, 
A flame from the city of Sihon : 
It hath *S'.'SSSi ''Ar of Moab, 
aiS'tha lords of *the high places 

of Amon- 
2»*Woe to thee, Moab I 
Thou art undone, O people 

of 'ChemoBh : 
He hath given his sons ^ 

faglUrei, 

AnT£^ ^SfS^S. into '^}^%' 

Unto Sihon king of the Amor- 
ites. 
*° We have shot at them ; Hesh- 
bon is perished even unto 
>Dibon, 

And we have laid them waste 
even unto Nophah, 

'Which reacheth unto *Medeba. 
^ Thus Israel dwelt in the land 
of the Amorites. *" And Moses 
sent to spy out 'i!^; and they 
took the ^1^ thereofj and drove 
out the Amorites that were there. 
'^ And they turned and went up 
by the way of Bashan : and Og 
the king of Bashan went out 
against them, ^l and all his 
people, to the battle «at Edrei. 
** 'And the Lord said unto 
Moses, Fear him not : for I have 
delivered him into thy hand, and 
all his people, and hia land ; and 
'thou shalt do to him as thou 
didst unto Sihon king of the 
Amorites, which dwelt at Hesh- 
bon. ^ So they smote him, and 
his sons, and all his people, until 
there was none left hun "^'"e"* : 
and they possessed his land 
^ And "the children of 
22 Israel *n7^ and pitched 
in the plains of Moab ^''ffi? 
Me Jordan ^ Jericho. 



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^ And "BaJak the son of Zippor 
saw all that Israel had done to 
the Amorites. ^ And *Moab was 
sore afraid of the people, because 
they were many : andMoab^was 
distressed because of the children 
of IsraeL * And Moab said unto 
''the elders of Midian, *Now shall 
'this "^'JSS?; lick up aU that ^„ 
round about us, as the ox licketh 
up the grass of the field. And 
Balak the son of Zippor was 
Icing of the M«wte« »* that time. 

6 _/Aiid he aent menengera nnt^ Tta 
He sent memengen therefore UDWJ J5a- 

laam the son of iSr to "Pethor, 
which is by the Xtl'^ the land 
of the children of his people, to 
call him, saying. Behold, there 
is a people come out from 
I^ypt: behold, they cover the 
**face of the earth, and they 
abide over against me : ^ *come 
now therefore, I pray thee, curse 
me this people ; for they are too 
mighty for me: peradventure I 
shaJl prevail, that we may smite 
them, and that I may drive them 
out of the land: for I ^^^ that 
he whom thou blessest is blessed, 
and he whom thou cursest is 
cursed. ^ And the elders of 
Moab and ''the elders of Midian 
departed with 'the rewards of 
divination in their hand; and 
they came unto Balaam, and 
spake unto him liie words of 
Balak. ° And he said unto them, 
Lodge here this night, and I will 
bring you word again, as the 
Lord shall speak unto me : and 
the princes of Moab abode with 
Balaam. ® "And God came unto 
Balaam, and said. What men 
are these with thee? ^° And 
Balaam said unto God, Balak 
the son of Zippor, king of Moab, 
hath sent unto me, saying, ^^ Be- 
hold, 'SSrrSf'S SSU^ come out of 



Egypt, 



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Neh. 13. 1. 
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Jade IL 
B«T. a. 14 

« Drat as. 4. 
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of the earth: SSSe?^ curse me 
them; peradventure *I shall be 1 
able to «*'e.^f them, and -^ j 
drive them out '* And Grod 
said unto Balaam, Thou shalt i 
not go with them; thou shalt 
not curse the people: for "they 
are blessed. ''^And Balaam rose 
up in the morning, and said 
unto the princes of Balak, Get 
you into your land: for the 
Lord refiiseth to give me leave 
to go with you- ^ And the 
princes of Moab rose up, and 
they went unto Balak, and said, 
Balaam refuseth to come with 
us. ^° And Balak sent yet again 
princes, more, and more honour- 
able than they. ''^ And they 
ctune to Balaam, and said to 
him, Thus saith Balak the son 
of Zippor, 'Let nothing, I pray 
thee, binder thee fix>m coming 
unto me : " 'for I will promote 
thee unto very great honour, 
and I wui do whatsoever thou 
sayest unto me ^ *"i *": ■'come 
therefore, I pray thee, curse me 
this people. ^° And Balaam 
answered and said unto the 
servants of Balak, *If Balak 
would give me his house full of 
silver and gold, *"! cannot go 
beyond the word of the Lord 
my God, to do less or more. 
■■^ Now therefore, I pray you, 
"tarry ye also here this night, 
that I may know what liie Lord 
will '^ unto me more. '*° "And 
God came unto Balaam at night, 
and said unto him. If the men *>" 
come to call thee, rise up, and go 
with them; 'but "^ the word 
which I rii'^fikr unto thee, that 
shalt thou do. ^ And Balaam 
rose up in the morning, and 
saddled his ass, and went with 
the princes of Moab. ^ And 
God's anger was kindled because 



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he vent: 'and the angel of the 
Lord "•"'S.id*" in the way *for 
an adreraary against him. Now 
hie was riding upon his ass, and 
hia tvo servants were with him. 
^ And the ass saw the angel of 
the Lord standing in the way, 
^ his sword drawn in his hand : 
and the aas tamed aside out of 
thevay, and went into the field: 
and Balaam smote the asa, to 
torn her into the way. ** "^ 
the ai^l of the Lord stood in a 
*°*'iS?^'~° tbe vineyards, a 
^ h&as on this side, and a 
^ OQ that side. ^ And ,hen 
the ass saw the angel of the 
loKD, "^ she thrust herself unto 
the wan, and crushed Balaam's 
foot agamst the wall: and he 
mote her again. ^ And the 
angd of the Lord went further, 
and stood in a narrow place, 
'wbere was no way to turn either 
to the right hand or to the left 
^ And ,bea tlie ass saw the angel 
(rf the Lord, ""» she ^, down 
imder Balaam: and Balaam's 
angn- was kindled, and he smote 
the ass with »^ staff. 28A.ndthe 
LoKD 'opened the mouth of the 
aaa, and she said unto Balaam, 
What have I done unto thee, 
that thoa hast smitten me these 
three times? ^ And Balaam 
aud onto the ass, Because thou 
hast mocked me : I would there 
were a sword in mine hand, for 
now U!3S IPSfS thee. 3° And the 
asB said unto Balaam, Am not I 
thine aaa, 'upon which thou hast 
ridden i^±,TJn^ unto this 
day? was I ever wont to do so 
onto thee? And he said. Nay. 
" Then the Lord *opened the 
eyes of Balaam, and he saw the 
aogd of the Lord standing in 
the way, Z^ hia sword drawn in 



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irar.ir. 
oh. 24. 11. 



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21.19 

klKin-a-lT 
* Luke 24. 16, 

a. 



his hand: and he bowed do„ his 
head, and 'feU i^t on ^^ ^^ce. 
^^ And the angel of the Lord 
said unto him. Wherefore hast 
thou smitten thine ass these 
three times? behold, I ^^^ 

toitb 'tor an sdvermiy, Vw>naiian t\\%r 
tto wiUi»t»nd the«, DCCaUSO Wiy 

way is 'perverse before me: 
^ and the ass saw me, and 
turned "'^^^°" me these three 
times: unless she had turned 
""• from me, surely now iu^i"£S 
slain thee, and saved her alive. 
^ And Balaam said unto the 
angel of the Lord, ^l have 
sinned ; for I knew not that 
thou stoodest in the way against 
me: now therefore, if it 'dis- 
please thee, I will get me back 
again. ^ And the angel of the 
Ix)RD said unto Balaam, Go with 
the men: 'but only the word 
that I shall speak unto thee, 
that thou shalt speak. So Ba- 
laam went with the princes of 
E^ak. ^ And when Balak 
heard that Balaam was come, 
he went out to meet him imto 
'%»' of Moab, which is 'ff the 
border of Amon, which is in the 

utmost »~» of^e^lxmto. 37 ^jjd 

Balak said unto Balaam, Did I 
not earnestly send unto thee 
to call thee? wherefore earnest 
thou not unto me? am I not 
able indeed *to promote thee 
to honour? ^ And Balaam 
said unto Balak, Lo, I am come 
unto thee : have I now any 
power at all to '^ any thin^? 
Hhe word that God putteth m 
my mouth, that shall I speak. 
3^ And Balaam went with Balak, 
and they came unto «^fi5i!i^£SJth. 
*<»And Balak "^SJ^ oxen and 
sheep, and sent to Balaam, and 
to the princes that were with 
him. ** And it came to pass i° 



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the SSSS?; that Balak took Ba- 
laam, and brought him up into 
'Hhe high places of Baal, »?g.f« 
thS^'WSJIU the utmost part 
of the peopla '* And Ba- 
2^^ laam said unto Balak, 
•^ ''Btxild me here seven 
altars, and prepare me here 
seven ""Ji^ and seven rams. 
^ And Balak did as Balaam had 
spoken ; and Balak and Balaam 
■^offered on every altar a bullock 
and a ram. ^ And Balaam said 
unto Balak, *Stand by thy burnt 
offering, and I will K: peradven- 
ture the Lord wul come *to 
meet me: and whatsoever he 
sheweth me I will teU thee. 
And *he went to L'tl|h''|llSI: 
* •'And God met Balaam : and 
he said unto him, I have pre- 
pared **" seven altars, and I 

hnvn nffnrAH '■P * bollock and a nm on 
nave onerea upon mtry >ltar a bnUoek 

Sd'a'^- * And the Lord *put 
a word in Balaam's mouth, and 
said, Betum unto Balak, and 
thus thou shalt speak. ° And 
he returned unto nim, and, lo, 
he stood by his burnt ^^^ he, 
and all the princes of Moab. 
^ And he "took up his parable, 
and said, 

From 'Aram Via^-li Balak 

Balak the king of Moab oatll 

brought „, ftoTAiMn. 

■^^ "^.Si't"?"* """" the moun- 
tains of the eastf^Vfav, 

Come, 'curse me Jacob, 
And come, 'defy Israel 
" How 'shall I curse, whom 

God hath not cursed? 
^** how shall I defy, whom 

the Lord hath not defied? 
® For fipom the top of the rocks 

*I see him. 
And from the hills I behold 

him: 
Lo, "^1?»'.1>ljr dwell alone, 
And "shall not be reckoned 

among the nations. 



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aa.L 

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17. 
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Rom. II. sa. 
Tit 1. 1 
Heb.a.Ul 
Jomfl* 1. 17. 
Cp. Judith 
a IS. 
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9SL 
» Ex. SS. 16. 

Cp. Em a 2 
A EMta. as 

A Eph. 2. 14 



10 <»wiio can count the duet of 
Jacob, 

«.d'Se"n°a'SJ^r of the fourth part 
of Israel? 

Let **me die 'the death of 
the righteous, 

And let my last end be like his 1 
^^And Balak said unto Balaam, 
What hast thou done unto me ? 
'I took thee to curse mine ene- 
mies, and, behold, thou hast 
blessed them altogether. '''And 
he answered and said, 'Must I 
not take heed to speak that 
which the Lord ^S^t in my 
mouth ? ^3 And Balak said unto 
him. Come, I pray thee, with me 
unto another place, from whence 
thou mayest see S|S; tiiou shalt 
see but the utmost part of them, 
and shalt not see them all : and 
curse me them from thence. 
'♦ And he bJl^ght him into lie 
field of Zophim, to the top of 
'Pisgah, 'and built seven eJtars, 
and offered "' a buUock and a 
ram on every altar. ^^ And he 
said unto Balak, "'Stand here by 
thy burnt offering, while I meet 
the Lord yonder. '•^ And the 
Lord met Balaam, and "put a 
word in his mouth, and said, 
cS'iSjn unto Balak, and """^t 
'^l.^S^ " And ,hen he came 
to him, tah'oii* he stood by his 
burnt offering, and the princes 
of Moab with him. And Balak 
said unto him. What hath the 
Lord spoken ? ^^ And he took 
up his parable, and said, 

Rise up, Balak, and hear; 

Hearken unto me, thou son 
of 2iippor: 
'^"€rod is not a man, that he 
should lie; 

Neither the son of man, that 
he should repent: 

Hath he said, and shall he 
not do it? 



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Or hath he spoken, and shall 
he not make it good? 
^Behold, I have received com- 
mandment to bless: 

And »he hath SS^d', and "I 
cannot reverse it. 
^ ''He hath not beheld iniquity 
in Jacob, 

Neither hath he seen per- 
versenees in Israel: 

•The LoBD his God is with 
him, 

And the shout of a king is 
among them. 

22*God '^^•f'Sei'"^ out of 

Egypt; 
He hath as it were ^the 
'etrensth of •JS *^^-^ 
^Surely there is no enchant- 
ment .iji^ Jacob, 
Neither is there any "divina- 
tion ,aSt Israel: 



<Now BhaU It W^ *aaiA 

aooording to this time It ahaU Oe SaiQ 

of Jacob and of Israel, 
"What hath God wrought ! 
** Behold, the people ^^^ up 
'as a JJSfXn, 

A n^ as a lion dotli h* lift hinueU ap ■ 
-'*J'*» lift op himaelf a* a young Uon • 

*He shall not lie down until 
he eat of the prey, 

And drink the blood of the 
slain. 
^And Balak said unto Balaam, 
Neither curse them at all, nor 
bless them at alL ^ But Ba- 
laam answered and stud unto 
Balak, Told not I thee, saying, 
'All that the Lord speaketh, 
that I must do? " And Balak 
said unto Balaam, com^p.^&ee. 
I will bri^ thee unto another 
place ; peradventure it will 
please God that fhou mayest 
curse me them from thenca 
'B And Balak t^^ Balaam unto 
the top of ■'Peor, that looketh 
*TSiSTj^n^:^ » And Balaam 
»id unto Balak, "Build me here 



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17. 

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seven altars, and prepare me 
here seven bullocks and seven 
rams. ^° "And Balak did as 
Balaam had said, and offered "" 
a bullock and a ram on every 
altar. ^ And when Ba- 
2A, laam saw that it pleased 
• the Lord to bless Israel, 
he went not, as at '"" other 
times, *to '^Tot' enchantments, 
but he set his fece toward the 
wildemesa '^ And Balaam lifted 
up his eyes, and he saw Israel 
abiding'fn"!"^ tenia accordiug to their 
tribes; and 'the spirit of God 
came upon him. ^ And he 
*took up his parable, and said, 

Balaam the son of Beor ha^Sid. 

And the man 'whose eySwi^ 

closed aaith . 
hath said • 

*He haS"^d. which "55?^^ the 

words of God, 
Which "SJ^ the vision of the 

Almighty, 
"Falling inu,^rS^a^fhai having 

his eyes open: 
^How goodly are thy tents, O 

Jacob, 
0.5^ tabernacles, O Israel ! 
^ As tho valleys are they spread 

forth. 
As gardens by the ^y^^g side, 
'As ta. tri^of C aio« 'which the 

Lord hath planted, 
aJd'u cedar trees beside the 

waters. 

7 Water aliall flow from 'U:~ 

Ha aliall pour the water out of "'^ 

buckets. 
And his seed shall be "in 

many waters, 
And his king shall be higher 

than "Agag, 
And ''his kingdom shall be 

»God ^^ him forth out of 
Egypt; 
He hath as it were the 
'strength of ^ZSS^- 



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He shall "eat up the nations 

Ilia advenarles, 
***° enemies. 

And shall 'break their bones 

in plecea 

And p^^ <^«»» through with 
his arrows, 
'He couched, he lay down as 
a lion, 

And "as a g^fuSi who shall 
'Jfif him up? 

'Blessed '*"J,^°''« that blesseth 
thee, 

And cursed ^ 'J^, *"' that 
curseth thee, 
■""And Balak's anger was kindled 
a^nst Balaam, and he 'smote 
his hands together: and Balak 
said unto Balaam, "I called thee 
to curse mine enemies, and, 
behold, thou bast altogether 
blessed them these three times. 
" Therefore now flee thou to 
thy place: "I thought to pro- 
mote thee unto great honour ; 
but, lo, the Lord hath kept thee 
back from honour. ''^ And Ba- 
laam said unto Balak, Spake I 
not also to thy messengers which 
thou sentest unto me, saying, 
'^ 'If Balak would give me his 
house full of silver and gold, I 
cannot go beyond the conJ'Aent 
of the Lord, to do either good 
or bad *of mine own mind ; j^ 
what the Lord "StS^ that will 
I speak? ^* And now, behold, 
I go unto my people: «,«.'&>«. 
and "I will advertise thee what 
this people shall do to thy people 
•in tne latter days, ^^ "And he 
took up his parable, and said, 

Balaam the son of Beor h.^*ijd. 

And the man whose ^/Z'J^IU^ 

closed saith . 
hath said • 

«He i^'U. which "SS? the 
words of God, 
And ^^.f' the knowledge of 
»the JJ™t' High, 



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iiiaLaaiai 
Jer. sa 17. 
c See Ter. 4. 

dFl.4S.IL 
Jer. aa D. 

eCp. oh. 
23.S 



/Viu.a.i. 

Rer. 22. 16. 

Vch.2a.M. 
0eil.4Si.lll 

Aaeii.4aio. 

I Qen. 12. 3 

ft27. aa 

y Jer. 48. «s. 
Ciia8aiii.s.2. 



kOf.tBtm. 
a. 14 
tivoasit 

& Amoi a 12. 
1 Cp. Job 27. 

a 

& Lam. 2. 15 
ft £lek. 21. 14, 
17 
*22.U. 

mOeii.82.S 
ksas. 

i»Seech.2S. 
IL 



o ch. 22. 17, 

7. 

p8eech.2& 



« Cp. Sx. 17. 

*l Sun. IS. 
1,8. 

r ch. 22. 18. 

■ Oen. IS 

urn. 



(See oh. 10. 



<iOp.Mc 
8.5 
ft Rer. 2. 14. 

vSeeOen. 
4a 1. 

wC{kch.ai. 
S7. 
Seech. 28. 7. 

«Ter. S 
ft mg. fyr mg. 



y Oen. K). 4. 
tea. II, Ml 



• Oen.ia2i, 

a. 

a Acts 7. 48. 
b Ter. 30. 



Which ■SiJ' the vision of the 

Almighty, 
Tallmg (^Tr^a^,^^ having 

his eyes open: 
''*I oau see him, but not now: 
I shall behold him, but not 

nigh : 
There shall come ''^iif" out 

of Jacob, 
And *a ^^ shall rise out of 

Israel, 
And shall *^ smite "™"^ the 

comers of Moab, 

An A bteak down all the sons >o( tamnlt. 

■■^ And *Edom shall be a posses- 
sion, 

"Seir also shall be a JSSSl™' 
"**for'^' his enemies; 

"^ Israel ,SA vaUantly. 

19 And^out of Jacob shall co.i.eOgJ thM 

shall have dominion, 
And shall destroy um toat'SSS^eth 
'X the city, 
^And when he looked on Amalek, 
■g? 'took up his parable, and 
said, 
Amalek was Hhe first of the 

nations ; 
«But his latter end j^ff^t 

to destruction, 
he perish for ever. 

"^ And he looked on 'the Ke?i'tet 
and 'took up his parable, and 
said, 

Strong is thy 1,«tefiS? 

And tho^pu^t^t^t^n^esrin a rOCk. 

22 Nevertheless jth^^jte shaU be 

wasted, 
'"Until Asshur shall carry 
thee away captive, 

23 And he 'took up his parable, 
and said, 

Ala^ who shall live when God 

•doeth 811;; 

2* JgJ ships shaU come from the 

coast of 'cf IfSS; 
And ^"^ shaU aflBict Asshur, 

and shall afflict 'Eber, 
And he also *shall«^JafJS?j;^ 



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^ And Balaam rose up, and went 
and 'returned to bis place : and 
Balak also went his way. 



25 



^ And Israel abode in 
"Shittim, and ''the people 
began to commit whore- 
dom with the daughters of ^SSb.' 
^ tSi. 'they called the people 
unto the sacrifices of their ^! 
and the people did eat, and 
bowed down to their gods. 
* And Israel 'joined himself 
unto 'Baal-peor : and the anger 
of the LoBD was kindled against 
Israel * And the Lord said 
unto Moses, ■'Take all the f^ 
of the people, and *hang them 
np M^ the Lord ^"St ^e sun, 
'that the fierce anger of the 
Lord may be*£Sied away from 
IsraeL ^ And Moses said unto 
"•the judges of Israel, "Slay ye 
every one his men that ^| 
^•""^joSS^"" unto Baal-peor. 
® And, behold, one of the 
children of Israel came and 
brought unto his brethren a 
Midianitish woman in the sight 
of Moses, and in the sight of all 
the congregation of the children 
of Israel, " ^,0^ were 'weeping 
^„ the door of the ,.&« 
of tb. SS^tion. ' And 'when 
Phinehas, "the son of Eleazar, 
the son of Aaron the priest, 
saw it, he rose up from "".Sl,^ '^ 
the congT^ation, and took a 
jSSlii in Ws Sand ; ^ and he went 
after the man of Israel into the 
'•"tSlr and thrust both of them 
through, liie man of Israel, and 
the woman through her belly. 
So the plague was stayed from 
the children of IsraeL ° And 
'those that died \l the plague 
were twenty and four thousand. 
^ And the Lord spake unto 
Moses, saying, ^ Phinehas, the 



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bOpwQCor. 



J.-li 2.1 
& 3 1 
l«i> i; ». 

.( I'lj-ch. 31. 
16. 

f \h\A. 32. 

1 Kin. I*, a 

»^. 7a» 

%«ph. I. 18 

1 Cor. la a. 

Cp. £x.dO. 5. 

£ccluii. 4S.S, 
•ti. 

(rSx.S4.Ui 

Joih. 32. 17. 
Pa. loaaB. 
Hoi. Si 10. 
C^ 1 Oor. la 

kSMlChr. 

a<— 1& 
< Ex. 4a IS. 
yStaDeut. 

tCpiDntt 
21.9 
»> Bun. 21. 6 

I TU. lU 
Dtnt. 13. IT. 

mCpioh. II. 
IS 
*£x.ia 21,99. 

nCp. Ex. 

32.27. 

och. 81. & 
Joih. IS. 21. 



p oh. 31. 2, 7. 



< oh. 81. IS. 
BOT.2.14. 

r Joel 2. 17. 
i8o«ch.23. 

38. 

I Fi. loa ». 

1MU.2.U. 

<>Si.a«, 



H oh. 1.1,8. 

Ex. sail 

ASS. 11,88. 



« Drat. 4. 1. 
Cp. 1 Cor. la 8. 



son of Eleazar, the son of Aaron 
the priest, hath turned my wrath 
away from the children of Israel, 

in that l,^ &\rsui i«^oiu -^Ma mj jealouir 
while ^^ Tfoo zealous 'for my sake 

among them, '° that I consumed 
not the children of Israel in 
'my jealousy. ^^ Wherefore say, 
■''Behold, I give unto him my 
covenant of peace: '^ and he'iSlS 
""hSJ? ""• and *» *his seed after 
him, „^ the covenant of *an 
everlasting priesthood; because 
he was J^™' for his God, and 
made ^ atonement for the 
children of Israel. ^* Now the 
name of the "'iii^'jr^ that was 
slain, evZ^oat, was slain with the 
Midianitish woman, was Zimri, 
the son of Salu, a prince of a 
'f^hfrf house among the Simeon- 
ites. ^^ And the name of the 
Midianitish woman that was 
slain was Cozbi, the daughter 
of " Zur ; he was head orSf » 
^"pi^a^ of a '^Sf house in 
Midian. 

^° And the Lord spake unto 
Moses, saying, " ''Vex the 
Midianites, and smite them : 
'' for they vex you with their 
'wiles, wherewith they have 
beguiled you in the matter of 
'Peor, and in the matter of 
Cozbi, the daughter of *S* prince 
of Midian, their sister, which 
was slain ^ the day of the 

n1a<mo ^ *^ matter of Peor. 
piagUe for Peoi-B sake. 

^ ^ And it came to pass 
20 after 'the plague, that the 
Lord spake unto Moses 
and unto Eleazar the son of 
Aaron the priest, saying, ^ "Take 
the sum of aU the congregation 
of the children of Israel, from 
twenty years old and upward, 
throSSioot their fethers' "j^^; all 
that are able to go '"^ to war 
in IsraeL ' And Moses and 
Eleazar the priest spake with 



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them "in the plams of Moab by 
'jSriSS^r' Jericho, saying, * Take 
the sum qfthe people, from twenty 
years old and upward; as the 
tiORD ''commanded Moses and 
the children of Israel, which 
S^? forth out of the land of 
Egypt 

^ "Reuben, the efd'Sf°SSn of 
Israel: the cuw^ of Reuben; 
H.noch?^<^!rm-«™.«ft the family of 
the Hanochites: of Pallu, the 
femily of the Palluites: ^ of 
Hezron, the family of the Hez- 
ronites : of Carmi, the family of 
the Carmitea ' These are the 
families of the Reubenites : and 
they that were numbered of them 
were 'forty and three thousand 
and seven hundred and thirty. 
8 And the sons of Pallu ; Eliab. 
^ And the sons of Eliab ; Nemuel, 
and Dathan, and Abiram. "^^ 
^ that Dathan and Abiram, 
which were }^^?n the congre- 
gation, who strove against Moses 
and against Aaron in the com- 
pany of Korali, when they strove 
against the Lord: ''° and *the 
earth opened her mouth, and 
swallowed them up together 
with Korah, when that company 
d!el' what time the fire devoured 
two hundred and fifty SIS': and 
'they became a sign. " Not- 
withstanding "• the djkE^ of Korah 
died not 

'2 The sons of "Simeon after 
their families: of 'Nemuel, the 
fiunily of the Nemuelites: of 
Jamin, the feunily of the Ja- 
minit€«: of 'Jachin, the family 
of the Jachinites : ^^ of *Zerah, 
the famQy of the ^{S": of 
Shaul, the family of the Shaul- 
ites. ''* These are the families 
of the Simeonites, ^twenty and 
two thousand and two hundred. 



a TOT. ea. 

BMch.22.L 
kOm. 46.18. 



<iO«II. 48. 

Ex. a. 14. 
1 Chr. a. 1-J^ 



« Opk oh. 1. 



/Gan.4a.I2. 
iChr. 2.S— 5. 
SeaGan-SS. 
»— la 



0Cp.oh. I. 
2L 



k ch. 1. 1« 

« 18.1 



<8Moh. la 
n-tt. 

iCikoh. I. 
Sff. 

tO«IL 46.11. 

1 Ohr. 7. L 



) ch. 18. M. 
Cp. i Cor. la « 
ft 9 Pet 2. «. 

m Ex. a. 94 
1 Chr. e. 92 
Cp. ch. 18. n. 

itOai.46.10. 
Ex. &!>. 
1 Ohr. 4. 94. 

oClk-eh. I. 



|>0«ii.4&14. 



^Cp. ch. I. 
93. 



15 



The ehuS^ of »Gad after 
their feunilies: of *Zephon, the 
family of the Zephonites: of 
Haggi, the family of the Hag- 
gites: of ShunL the fiamily of 
the Shunites: '^ of **Ozni, the 
family of the Oznites: of Eri, 
the family of the Erites: ^ of 
'Arod, the fiunily of the Arod- 
ites : of Areli, the fiunily of the 
Arelites. /■" These are the fiwni- 
lies of the cMfSkn of Gad according 
to those that were numbered of 
them, 'forty thousand and five 
hundred. 

18 The sons of j^^l?^, Er and 
Onan: and Er and Onan died in 
the land of Canaan. ^ And the 
sons of Judah after their families 
were ; of Shelah, the family of the 
Shelanites: of /h*»'S. the family of 
the fSSitS : of Zerah, the femUy 
of the ^i",'^ 21 And the sons of 
fbSL were ; of Hezron, the family 
of the Hezronites : of Hamul, the 
family of the Hamulites. ^ These 
are the families of Judah accord- 
ing to those that were numbered 
of them, •'threescore Mid sixteen 
thousand and five hundred. 

^ o/the sons of *l8sachar after 
their fieuiiilies : of Tola, the family 
of the Tolaites : of ^'Sf • the fiunily 
of the Punites: '^ of ''Jashub, 
the fiwnily of the Jashubites: of 
Shimron, the fiimily of the Shun- 
ronites. ^^ These are the families 
of Issachar according to those 
that were numbered of them, 
"threescore and four thousand 
and three hundred. 

28 <T'jg, sons of 'Zebulun after 
their fiunilies: of Sered, the 
famUy of the Isgl'^: of Elon, 
the family of the Elonites: of 
Jahleel, the family of the Jahleel- 
ites. 27 These are the fiimilies 
of the Zebulunites according to 



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• In Ocn. «. 10, Xtbam. • In Ocn. 41. IS, AroM. ' In Gen. 40. u, lab. 

A.V. •Or.&twk i Or. PluDtK. t Or, Job. 



I In Oen. 40. 10, OlMoK. 



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those that were numbered of 
them, 'threeecore thousand and 
five hundred. 

^ The sons of ^Joseph after 
their t^SsSi^J^ Manasseh and 
Ephraim. " ^^ sons of Manas- 
sen : of '' Machir, the fEimily of the 
Machirites: and Machir begat 
GUead: 'of g.£K« the family 
of the Gileadites. ^° These are 
the sons of Gilead: 0/ j]^ the 
femily of the /SSJi^: of Helek, 
the £Bmily of the Helekites: 
^ and qf Asriel, the family of 
Hie Asrielites : and 0/ Shecnem, 
the funily of the Shechemites: 
^ and of Sbemida, the femilv of 
the Shemidaites: and o/Hepaer, 
the fiEunily of the Hepherites. 
^ And *5jeIophehad the son 
of Hepher had no sons, but 
daughters: and the names of 
the daughters of Zelmihehad 
were Mahlah, and Noah, Hoglah, 
Milcah, and Tirzah. ^ These are 
the fEunilies of ^^SIS^ and 
that were numbered 
'fifty and two thousand 
seven hundred. 

** These are the sons of 
Ephraim after their fiimilies: of 
Snuthelah, the ftunily of the 
SSSSSfiSS": of 'Becher, the femily 
of tbe^i^iS: of Tahan, the 
fiunily of the Tahanitea. ^ And 
iheee are the sons of Shuthelah : 
of Eran, the family of the Eran- 
ites. " These are the families 
of the sons of Ephraim according 
to those that were numbered of 
them, "thirty and two thousand 
and five hundred. These are 
the sons of Joseph after their 
fomilies. 

" The sons of "Bei^jamin after 
their fomilies: of Bela, the fiunily 
of the Belaites : of Ashbel, the 
£unily of the Ashbelites: of 



ther 
those 
nf them wen 
"I .them, 

and 



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n. 



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■ee 1 Chr. 7. 
14—2(1. 
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J. 



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tsaii. 

Jolh. 17. X 
iCpLoh. I. 



iam.4e.tt. 
i0br.7.aiba 



top. oh. I. 



IOiLch.1. 



mOaLML 
94. 
I Chr. 7. u, 

nOlkeh. I. 

n. 



aa<lL4&XL 
1 Chr. 7. «. 
ScolObr, a 



'Ahiram, the fEunily of the Ahi- 
ramites: ao of «Sheph«phj>n. the 
family of the Shuphamites: of 
Hupham, the family of the 
Huphamites. *° And the sons 
of Bela were 'Ard and Naaman: 
qfArd, the fiunily of the Ardites: 
a,^ of Naaman, the fiimily of the 
Naamites. *^ These are the sons 
of Beigamin after their families: 
and they that were numbered 
of them were ■''forty and five 
thousand and six hundred. 

42 These are the sons of 'Dan 
after their families: of "*Shuham, 
the family of the Shuhamites, 
These are the families of Dan 
after their families. *^ All the 
fiunilies of the Shuhamites, 
according to those that were 
numbered of them, were 'three- 
score and four thousand and 
four hundred. 

"** or^e'SaSren of ^Aslier after 
their families: of ^TmS; the fiunily 
of the igS.'.'S!,: of Y^i-the family 
of the ?^?,{S: of Beriah, the 
fiunily of the Beriites. ** Of 
the sons of Beriah: of Heber, 
the family of the Heberites: of 
Malchiel, the family of the 
Malchielites. ^ And the name 
of the daughter of Asher was 
i^ *^ These are the families 
of the sons of Asher according 
to those that were numbered 
of a^n^Ski ««« 'fifty and three 
thousand and four hundred, 

"*" J^ge sons of '"Naphtali after 
their families: of Jahzeel, the 
family of the Jahzeelites: of 
Guni, the fiunily of the Gunites: 
*^ of Jezer, the family of the 
Jezerites : of Shillem, the fiunily 
of the Shillemites. ^o These are 
the families of Naphtali accord- 
ing to their fionihes: and they 
that were numbered of them 



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• In 1 Chr. a. S. Adiar. 
'Ot.BmtUm. 

217 



> In am. 4S. a, JSM hi I Chr. a. 1, 
• In e<n. 4a. 9, HMtUm. 



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were "forty and five thousand 
and four hundred. 

51 These "* '^"^fthe""' numbered 
of the children of Israel, ''six 
hundred thousand and a thou- 
sand seven hundred and thirty. 

*" And the Lord spake unto 
Moses, saying, ^ AJnto these 
the land sh^ be divided for 
au inheritance according to the 
number of names. ^<'To"'^°^ 
thou shalt "give the more in- 
heritance, and to f»,/j™f thou 
shalt ^give the less inheritance: 

to every one ^^^ his Inlmritanoe be glyen 

according to those that were 
numbered of him ■*»" '•'• '°i'erf»*»~ 
be given; 5s Notwithstanding the 
land shall be -'divided by lot: 
according to the names of the 
tribes of their fathers they shall 
inherit. ^ According to the lot 
shall the"|SL:S?S2'SS»f be divided 
between ""J^" and '^fe'^'"- 

" "And these are tiiey that 
were numbered of the Levites 
after their families : of Gershon, 
the family of the Gershonites: 
of Kohath, the fiunily of the 
Kohathites: of Merari, the family 
of the Merarites. ^ These are 
the fomilies of the iS^te. : tbe family 
of the Libnites, the family of 
the Hebronites, the fiunily of 
the Mahlites, the fsunily of the 
Mushites, the family of the 
#<S3SS^ And Kohath begat 
Amram. ^^ And the name of 
Amram's wife was ''Jochebed, 
the daughter of Levi, ^^j^Tr 
„uM^;\^ to Levi in Egypt: and 
she bare unto Amram Aaron 
and Moses, and Miriam their 
sister. °° 'And unto Aaron ^ 
bom g:^g. and Abihu, gSSS. and 
Ithamar. ^ 'And Nadab and 
Abihu died, when they offered 
strange fire before the Lord. 
^ And ^^ that were numbered 



a Cp. ch. I. 
43. 

& Cp. ch. 8. 
». 

<Oll.l.«. 

dCl>,oh. I. 
4«. 
• 8m ch. 18. 



/Joth. II.: 
ft 14. 1, a. 
Pi. 106. M. 



f ch.SS.N 
*3S.g. 

h nr. S. 
See ch. 22. 1. 

iCp.ch.1.44 
* Sent. a. 14, 
1& 



ich.SS.U 
A84.19. 
Jaih.M.» 
ki4.a. 

toh. I4.9B, 
99. 

1 Oor. la s. 
1 See ch. la 

a. 



mOeii.4e. 
IL 

See Ex. Au- 
la 
1 1 Chr. & 1, 

U— 30. 

i>ch.2aB 
ftae.11. 

Josh. 17. >. 



och. I4.V 

fta&g4,aB. 

pEz.2.1, 

14 

Aa-ta. 



tch. I6.1,9L 

r oh. ia.40(7L 
Cit.Eiek.ia4. 

• ch.a& 

IChl. a4.L 



(oh. a 4. 
Lot. la 1, a. 
IChr. S4.X 

<iJoah.l7.«. 



of them were 'twenty and three 
thousand, *Iu^Sm° froni a month 
old and upward: for 'they 
were not numbered among the 
children of Israel, because 'there 
was no inheritance given them 
among the children of IsraeL 

^ These are they that were 
munbered by Moses and Eleazar 
the JriSl' "who numbered the 
children of Israel *in the plains 
of Moab by ^'JiS^ZJ' Jericho. 
^'But among these there was 
not a man of ttiem "^iJS mSS^ 

by Moae* »nd Auon the pileet; who nnm 
Aaion Uw prieat nombered. when ther uuiu- 

bered the children of Israel in 
the wilderness of Sinai. ** For 
the Lord had said of them, 
They *shall surely die in the 
wilderness. And there was not 
left a man of them, 'save Caleb 
the son of Jephunneh, and 
Joshua the son of Nun. 

1 Then '"S;'" the daugh- 
27 ters of "Zelophehad, the 
' son of Hepher, the son of 
Gilead, the son of Machir, the 
son of Manasseh, of the families 
of Manasseh the son of Joseph : 
and these are the names of his 
daughters ; Mahlab, Noah, and 
Hoglah, and Milcah, and Tirzah. 
* Ajnd fliey stood before Moses, 
and before Eleazar the priest^ 
and before the princes and all 
the congregation, ^ the door of 
the ub^B.SfoP'th'S'SlSw.uon. Baying, ; 
^ Our father "died in the wilder- 1 
ness, and he was not ""iS"* the ' 
company of them that gathered ' 
themselves together against the ' 
Lord «in the company of |S^: < 
but •" 'died in his own gj; and ^ !, 
had no sons. * Why should the ^ 
name of our father be Jd^°„° away ■ 
fh>m among his family, because ^i 
he fiS no son? "Give unto us ' 
thtr^ore & posscssiou amoug the I 
brethren of our &ther. » And •;; 



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Moees 'brought their cause 
before the Lord. ^ And the 
LoBD spake unto Moses, saying, 
^ The daughters of Zelophehad 
^speak right: 'thou shalt surely 
^Te them a possession of an 
inheritance among liieir fother's 
brethren; and thou shalt cause 
the inheritance of their father 
to pass unto them. ^ And thou 
shalt speak unto the children of 
Israel, saying. If a man die, and 
have no son, then ye shall cause 
his inheritance to pass unto his 
daughter. ^ And if he have no 
daughter, then ye shall give his 
inheritance unto his brethren. 
'° And if he have no brethren, 
then ye shall give his inheritance 
unto his father's brethren. '•^And 
if his father have no brethren, 
then ye shall give his inheritance 
unto his ''kinsman that is next 
to him of bis family, and he 
shall possess it: and it shall be 
unto the children of Israel 'a 
statute of ^te^°^ as the Lord 
oonunanded Moses. 

^^ And the Lord said unto 
Moses, Get thee up into *"^is 
■"S^t "^ Abarim, and ^^^^ the 
land which I have given unto 
the children of Israel ^^ And 
when thou hast seen it, thou 
abo "shalt be gathered unto 
thy people, as Aaron thy brother 
was gi£S^= "* ''^r ye rebeUed 
against my oomi^ment in the 
-^™- of Zin, in the strife of 
the congregation, ^to sanctify 
me at the ^^ before their 
*^C^^5" 'the "^^ of Meribah 
i Kadesh in the wilderness of 
^> 15 And Moses spake unto 
the LoBD, saying, ''^ Let the 
LdOBD, *'the God of the spirits 
of all flesh, •'^?'* a man over 
the congregation, " which 'mav 
go outbefore them, and which 



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may "^* in before them, and 
which may lead them ou^ and 
which may bring them in; that 
the congregation of the Lord 
be not ''as ^eep which have no 
shepherd. ^° And the Lord said 
unto Moses, Take thee 'Joshua 
the son of Nun, a man -^in whom 
is the spirit, and "lay thine hand 
upon hun ; '® and set him before 
Meazar the priest, and before 
all the congregation ; and *give 
him a chai^ge in their sight 
^ And thou shalt put „^ of 
thine honour upon nim, 'that 
all the congregation of the 
children of Israel may be orient. 
" And he shall stand before 
Eleazar the priest, who shall 
Jt'SiZa for hun l^, the 'f^^i 
of "" Urim before the Lord: 
at his word shall they go out> 
and at his word they shaS come 
in, both he, and all the children 
of Israel with him, even all the 
congregation. ^ Ajid Moses did 
as ^e Lord commanded him: 
and he took Joshua, and set 
him before Eleazar the priest, 
and before all the congregation: 
^ and he laid his hands upon 
him, and *gave him a charge, as 
the Lord comSiSded by the hand 
of Moses. 

^ ^ And the Lord spake 
2o unto Moses, saying, '^ Com- 
mand the children of 
Israel, and say unto them. My 

oblstlan, SmTr ''ood fr>r mv offerings 
Offering, and "mj bread KT my „oriflceg 

made by fire, /^ '""a sweet savour 
unto me, shall ye observe to 
offer unto me in their due 
season. ^ 'And thou shalt say 
unto them, This is the offering 
made by fire which ye shall 
offer unto the Lord; two'u^ of 
the first year without "~^ "» 
♦day by day, for a contmual 



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burnt offering. * The one lamb 
shalt thou offer in the morning, 
and the other Iamb shalt thou 
offer ""at even; ^ and **?» tenth 
part of an ephah of '°' flour for 
*a meat offcruig, mingled ''with 
tiie fourth part of an hin of 
beaten oiL * It is ■'a continual 
burnt offering, which was or- 
dained in mount Sinai for a 
sweet savour, Y'^rta^ made by 
fire unto the Lord. ^ And the 
drink offering thereof shall be 
the fourth part of an hin for 
the one lamb: in the holy place 

aliaH 'fKmi VOVit oat a drink offering of 
Snait inOU '^^„ the «trong wine to be 

■troDS drink nnto the Lord. 
nmied unto the Lord for a drink offering. 

^ And the other lamb shalt thou 
offer at even : as the SSl offering 
of the morning, and as the drink 
offering thereof, thou shalt offer 
it> t^^i^ made by fire, of a 
sweet savour unto the Lokd. 

^ And on the sabbath day two 
"liSSl" of the first year without 
"P"^ and two tenth "^tt*^ 
of^"^' flour for a S^ offering, 
mingled with oil, and the drink 
offering thereof: '° this is *the 
burnt offering of every sabbath, 
beside the continual burnt offer- 

i-nir ar\A the drink offering thereof. 
mg, ana hie drink offSrin^ 

" And Mn the beginnings of 
your months ye shall ofer a 
burnt offering unto the Lord; 
two young bullocks, and one 
ram, seven "SJSSi* of the first 
year without ^^^•, ^^ and "three 
tenth """^ ^^S"*^ of ^' flour for 
a Smt offering, mingled with oil, 
for ^J bullock; and two tenth 
SSS of ""• flour for a SSl offering, 
mingled with oil, for """ one ram; 
13 and a several tenth SSIi of ""* 
flour mingled with oil for a S^ 
offering unto "S7 lamb; for a 
burnt offering of a sweet savour, 
"iSSifl^ made by fire unto the 
LoRa ■•* And tneir drink offer- 



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ings shall be half an hin of wine 
^ a bullock, and the third part 
of an hin 'Zil^'^t ram, and ^'^^ 
part of an hin J^^ a lamb : this is 
the burnt offering of every month 
throughout the months of the 
year. « And 'one ua JftCfgoato 
for a sin offering unto the ^i^M." 
shall be gjjjjj oeside the con- 
tinual burnt offering, and '^i^^ 

offering thereof, 
drink offering. 
IB 'Ann in tfiA "!■* month, on the 
'ADU in me fourteenth day of 
fonrteenth day of the month. Is the LoBo'a 

the flnt month if the panover of the 
pa»over. 17 A^(J on ^Jjg fifteenth 

day of this month "^thS' feast: 
seven days shall unleavened 
bread be eaten. "^ 'In the first 
day shall be an holy convocation ; 
ye shall do no n»nner of servile 



work 



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but ye shall offer 



^^^'SS made by ^„ a burnt 
offering unto the Lord ; two 
young bullocks, and one ram, 
and seven »'!^^'» of the first 
year: ■'they shall be unto you 
without blemish: ^ and their 
mea?'^ffe?ri''%.« °& </ AouT mingled 
with oil: three tenth SSu stall 
ye offer for a bullock, and two 
tenth SSiS for 'S' ram ; ^ a several 
tenth S^ sheJt thou offer for 
every umbJto^Sjhont the seven !SS; 
22 and "one "ISf' for a sin offer- 
ing, to make „, atonement for 
you. 23 Ye shall offer these 
beside the burnt offering f^ the 
morning, which is for a continual 
burnt offering. 2* After this 
manner ye shall offer daily, 
thioogi^ot the seven days, the *^ 
of the 2?riflS. made by fire, of 
a sweet savour unto the Lord: 
it shall be offered beside the 
continual burnt offering, and 

the drink offering thereof. 26 AnH Onn 
hl« drink offering. AUa On 

the seventh day ye shall have 
an holy convocation; ye shall 
do no servile work. 
2« Also "in the day of the 



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firstfhiits, when ye g^Sg » new 
SSi offering unto the ^S».VtS?' 
r^-.,^LZu^ ye shaU have an 
noly coaTocati<m; ye shall do 
no seirile work: " but ye shall 
offer tb« burnt offering for a 
sweet savour unto the Lord; 
^two young bullocks, one ram, 
sevrai "tiSta of the first year; 
28 and their '^t°5§Si& rf* flour 
mingled with oil, three tenth 
^ISo^ bullock, two tenth 
'Mi'uto' one ram, ^ a several 

^Antli V^ for eraiy Iamb of itio 

tenin deal onto one Umb, tbrongboDt 1^^ 

seven lambs; 3°^^<;?&JtfS^«o.t.. 
to make „ atonement for you. 
*^ y.rt.u<StetS«.be.id. the continual 
burnt offering, and "» S5^2!?*'« 
"'•~* ".Jteto^Sw'^ '"^' shall be 



unto you without SJSUh!' and 
their drink offerings. 

^ And in the seventh 
2Q m<Hith, on the first day 
^ of the month, ye shall 
have an holy convocation; ye 
shall do no servile work: -'it is 
a day of blowing ^„ trumpets 
unto you. ^ And ye shall offer 
a burnt offering for a sweet 
savour unto the Lord ; one 
young bullock, one ram, ami 
seven ''SSSi" of the first year 
without blemish: ° and tiieir 
»jrA^5*"5U^ of flour mingled 
with oil, three tenth SSS for 'S* 
bullock, .^ two tenth SS! for 'S" 
ram, ♦ and one tenth SSJ for 'JJ? 
hi.bi'toiboat the seven lambs: 
'and 'one udrtMS^W^u for a sin 
offering, to make „ atonement for 
you: * beside *the burnt offering 
of the -SoSST' and "» iSfi.SS"''* 
ISSSk and 'the '^^^ burnt 

oAerins anA ^* W"^ offering tbanot, onH 

offertpS. ana ua nmt osSrtng, anu 
th^ drink offerings, according 
unto their 'SISS?^ for a sweet 
savour, ^'iSlSSf made by fire 
onto tiie Lord. 

' And ,j rti»u h»T« "*on the tenth 
day of tnis seventh month ''• " " 



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**" an holy convocation; and 
ye shall "afflict your KUuf ye 

ahnll ^° °o muuier of work . 8 VtnV -aa 
SnaU TOt do any work tfc«rri»- DUl yO 

shall offer a burnt offering unto 
the Lord for a sweet savour; 
one yoimg bullock, one ram, and 
seven ^"^^S^ of the first year; 
"they shaJl be unto you without 
blemish: » and their SSt SfflJiSf 
AJtht of flour mingled with oil, 
three tenth •^i,"S, ^« bullock, 
„„d two tenth ""S^'fto""' one ram, 
^° a several tenth defftor'"nr!S,N 
uSSSghout the seven lambs: " ''one 
kid ^"ffifaoau for a sm offering; 
beside •''tne sin offering of atone- 
ment, and the continual burnt 
offering, and the S^ offering 
'^ffg'' and their driri offerings. 
'2 And *on the fifteenth day 
of the seventh month ye shall 
have an holy convocation ; ye 
shall do no servile work, and ye 
shall keep a feast unto the Lord 
seven days: " and 'ye shall 
offer a burnt offering, it°.2SS^ 
made by fire, of a sweet savour 
unto the Lord; thirteen young 
bullocks, two rams, ami fourteen 
''tX'" of the first year; "they 
shall be without blemish : ^ and 
their ^^%^^SJt^^^ flour 
mingled with oil, three tenth 
.SaJSu. every bullock of the 
tliirteen bullocks, two tenth 
^S^'g' each ram of the two rams, 
« and a several tenth ^^ZV^ 
lamb of the fourteen lambs: 
'* and one ud ^"iSJKoat. for a sin 
offering; beside the continual 
burnt offering, "»Bri.?2f^8iSr* 

Qr\A the drink offering tber«ot. 
ana i,), drink offering. 

" And on the second day ye 
ahall offer twelve young bul- 
locks, two rams, fourteen ^'^^ 
of the first year "without ",'^i"»: 
'* and their SSl offering and 
their drink oflerings for the 
bullocks, for the rams, and for 
the lambs, ^att u according to 



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their number, "after the "^iSS?: 
«and one ud^'i^V^ for a sin 
offering; beside the continual 
burnt offering, and the mSa 
offering tnereof, and their drink 
offerings. 

'^ And on the third day 
eleven bullocks, two rams, four- 
teen ^l^^ of the first year 
^without blemish; ^ and uieir 
mut offering and their drink offer- 
ings for the bullocks, for the 
rams, and for the lambs, ,,uut be 
according to their number, "after 
the °^S*: *^ and one ^^ for 
a sin offering; beside the con- 
tinual burnt offering, and {Sf mSt 

offering thereof, anA the drink pfferinx thereof, 
offering, **"" hie drink offering. 

^ And on the fourth day ten 
bullocks, two rams, and fourteen 
■"SSSSi" of the first year "without 
blemish: 24 their SSt offering 
and their drink offerings for the 
bullocks, for the rams, and for 
the lambs, otaii ^» according to 
their number, "after the "^iSST: 
2» and one ^d oT^^go^ta for a sin 
offering; beside the continual 
burnt offering, «"> Sfi^t'^W^r"- 

t^nA the drink offering thereof. 
ana hi, jiiak offering. 

^ And on the fifth day nine 
bullocks, two rams, and fourteen 
"lit'Sj" of the first year "without 
^^: " and their SSt offering 
and their drink offerings for the 
bullocks, for the rams, and for 
the lambs, ,haa be according to 
their number, "after the "SISSS*: 
^ and one ''gSf for a sin offer- 
ing; beside the continual burnt 
offering, and "» SfLSSISIrSr"'- 

ar\r\ the drink offering thereof. 
ana j,), 4^0^ offering. 

^ And on the sixth day eight 
bullocks, two rams, and fourteen 
'umta" of the first year "without 
blemish: ^o and their SSi offer- 
ing and their drink offerings 
for the bullocks, for the rams, 
and for the lambs, ^uoi be accord- 



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sin offering ; 
tinual burnt 



ing to their number, "after the 
""^SS?: ^ and one ""Igf for a 
beside the con- 
offering, gjssi 

offering thereof, anA the drink offerings thereof, 
offering, «UIU y, jrink of^^ring. 

^' And on the seventh day 
seven buUocks, two rams, a»d 
fourteen "l^^ of the first year 
"without blemish: ** and uieir 
pSl offering and their drink offer- 
ings for uie bullocks, for the 
rams, and for the lambs, juai i, 
according to their number, "after 
the «^SlSS?: ^ and one ^^ for 



a sin offering; beside the con- 
tinual burnt offering, gj S^ 

offering thereof, onA the drink offering thereof, 
offering, ana hi, drink offering. 

** *0n the eighth day ye snail 
have a ''solemn assembly: ye 
shall do no servile work ourem'- 
^ but ye shall offer a burnt offer- 
ing, Yi^SSf made by fire, of a 
sweet savour unto the Lord: one 
bullock, one ram, seven ^^^^ of 
the first year "without blemish: 
^ their S»t offering and their 
drink offerings for the bullock, 
for the ram, and for the lambe, 
shall be according to their num- 
ber, "after the "SS^J?: «» and 
one ^^x" for a sin oftering; be- 
side the continual burnt offering, 

on^ the meal offering thereof, ond the drlSi 
ana u, ,n,^ offering, aUQ ti, 
offering thereof, 
drink offering. 

inese ^|^^^, „ ^j^ji ,^ unto 
the Lord in vour *set feasts, 
beside your 'vows, and your 
fi"eewill offerings, for your burnt 
offerings, and for your SSl offer- 
ings, and for your drink ofibrings, 
and for your peace offerings. 
^ And Moses told the children 
of Israel according to all that 
the Lord commanded Moses. 

^ And Moses spake unto 
QO '*he heads of flie tribes 
ooDc^Lng the children of Is- 
rael, saying. This is the thing 
which the Lord hath com- 



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manded. ^ '^^ a man ^"^ a 
TOW unto the Lord, or *1^!^ 
an oath to bind his Boul with a 
g»^, he shall not ""break his 
;~^' '*he shall do accordiug to 
all that proceedeth out of his 
moutJL ^ Aino^whan ^ woman 
^r^ * "^ow unto the Lord, 
wid '■^Sd*' herself by a bond, 
being in her father's ^^ in her 
youth; * and her father •'^"' 
her vow, and her bond where- 
with she hath bound her soul, 
and her father ,^i''hSd Ws peace 
at her: then all her tows shall 
stand, and every bond where- 
with she hath bound her soul 
shaU stand. " But if her &ther 
disallow her in the day that he 
heareUi; Botw of her vows, or 
of her bonds wherewith she hath 
bound her soul, shall stand: and 
the Lord shall forgive her, be- 
cause her &ther disallowed her. 
«And if she "Urit^^' husband, 

wbile ber/mn an opon bet, or tha nth nttannce 
when t*he Towed, or attared ought ont 

of her lips, wherewith she '"^ 
bound her soul ; ^ and her hus 
band 1^ it, and g°!^ his peace 
at her in the day that he ^^[^ 
it: then her vows shall stand, 
and her bonds wherewith she 
'**''' bound her soul shall stand. 
« But if her husband dSSiiS^ her 
S the day that he "SSSf it; then 
be shall make '"*'' her •''vow 

Wmcn .he TOwed, aHQ that which aha 

SgSdlri^ her lips, wherewith she 
'»»' bound her ,0^ of"?ne effect: 
>and the Lord shall forgive her. 
* But ^ vow of a widow, ^'a of 
her that is divorced, "™ """^ "''^ 
wherewith ^"g* bound ^"S^ 
shaU stuid i^inst her. ^° And 
if she vowed in her husband's 
house, or bound her soul by a 
bond with an SS'j " and her 
husband heard it^ and held his 
peace at her, and disallowed her 



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ooti then all her vows shall stand, 
and every bond wherewith she 
boimd her soul shall stand. 
« But if her husband hatTauriy 
'^SSiJ'ffieS'* void i° the day "^ he 
heard them; then whatsoever 
proceeded out of her lips con- 
cerning her vows, or concerning 
the bond of her soul, shall not 
stand: her husband hath made 
them void; and 'the Lord shall 
forgive her. ^' Every vow, and 
every binding oath to afflict the 
soul, her husband may establish 
it> or her husband may make it 
void. '* But if her husband 
altogether hold his peace at her 
from day to day; then he es- 
tablisheth all her vows, or all 
her bonds, which are upon her : 
he '-'S.n'SSSS"* them, because he 
held his peace at her in the day 
that he neard them. ''* But tf 
he shaU ^^^^^^^ void after 
that he hath heard them; then 
"he shall bear her iniquity. 
'^ These are the statutes, which 
the Lord commanded Moses, 
between a man and his wife, 
between the father and hia 
daughter, j„^»«rf in her \^ in 
her father's house. 

^ And the Lord spake unto 
01 Moses, saying, ^*Avenge 
^ the children of Israel of 
the Midianites: afterward shalt 
thou 'be gathered unto thy 
people. ^ And Moses spake 
unto the people, saying. Arm 

ye men from unong yoa for \\\(t. vn.r 
eome of yonnelvea unto ""^ woi, 

that tber mar „. ofrainaf Midisn, to 
and let them gO agamSl ^^ 

exaonte the LoBi/e rengeance on Hldlan. 
Hidlanites, and arenge the Lokd of Kidlan. 

* 'Of every tribe a thousand, 
throughout all the tribes of 
Israel, shall ye send to the war. 
5 So there were gJllJSfSj out of 
the thousands of Israel, a thou- 
sand of every tribe, twelve thou- 
sand *armed for war. ^ And 



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\f rtaoa aonf them, » thouamd of every tribe, 
iVlOSeS Seni u,ein to the wmr, » thounnd of 

^ M^ them and Phinehas the 
son of Eleazar the priest, to the 

xaar iirifh iha '"'"'U of the nnctnur 
war, Wlia ine t^w butrumente, 

and "the trumpets 'VU>'!J*™ in 
his hand. "^ And they warred 
against the MwSSi'ite^ as the Lord 
commanded Moses; and 'they 
slew J,'"E,'^!u. * And they 
slew the Mngs of M^SiSSf t^ii'Se the 
rest of them tut w«, slain; „<,^, 
*Evi, and Bekem, and 'Zur, and 
Hur, and Reba, ""• five kings of 
Midian: ^Balaam also the son 
of Beor they slew with the 
sword. ° And the children of 
Israel took "gg" the women of 
Midian captiTea. and their little 
SSS,' and t^ok the .poii of all their 
cattle, and all their flocks, and 
aU their ^""^ "■•' ^ '" » »"''• 

1<} AnH *^ their dtlea In the places -nrliapA 
■*"" they burnt all their dtlea wnerC- 

in they dwelt, and all their 

..n<»mp«^U,^hey^ Wnt ^tJj ^^ 

■•' "^d they took all the spoU, 
and all the prey, both of s;S and 
of ^S^ '^'And they brought 
the captives, and the prey, and 
the spoil, unto Moses, and ""*° 
Eleazar the priest, and unto the 
congregation of the children of 
Israel, unto the camp at "the 

Rlains of Moab, which are by 
e Jordan at Torif>hrk 
Jordan B«ir JCnCnO. 

^^ And Moses, and Eleazar 
the priest, and all the princes 
of the congregation, went forth 
to meet them Mrithoat the camp. 
'* And Moses was wroth wim 
'the officers of the host, mtk ^le 
captains „Sir*iSSSSX and "» cap- 
tains o?er hundreds, which came 
from the •«^<n^ft^5» '"• «And 
Moses said unto them. Have ye 
saved ""all the women alive? 
■•^ Behold, * these caused the 
children of Israel, through 'the 
counsel of Balaam, to commit 
trespass against the Lord in 



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the matter of "Peor, and t"re* ™ 
"a^iSgue' among the congregation 
of the Lord. ■" Now therefore 
<^kill every male among the little 
ones, and kill every woman that 
hath known man by lying with 
♦him. ^" But all the women 
children, that have not known 
ti'min by lying with him, -Tceep 
alive for yourselves. '^ And 
dS°55°l&5S without the camp seven 
days: whosoever hath killed 
any person, and ■'whosoever 
hath touched any slain, purify 

tM yourselves ^i ,onr eaptln. OB 

the third d^, and on the seventh 

day, jre and your capUyei. 20 An/I •■ to 
day. ADU mutfy 

^V^'^A and aU Hhat is 
made of ^5. and all work of 
goats' hair, and aU things made 

q£ wood, ye ehallgirify younelve*. 21 J^j^A 

Eleazar the priest said unto the 
men of war which went to the 
battle. This is the ortTi^oe of the 
law which the Lord •*"» com- 
manded MSJS: ^ ""o"^" the gold, 
and the silver, tlie brass, the 
iron, the tin, and the lead, 
^ every thing that may abide 
the fire, ye shall make ^ go 
through the fire, and it shall 
be riSSi nevertheless it shall be 
purified "with the water of 'se- 
paration: and all that abideth 
not the fire ye shall make *° go 
through the water. ^ And ve 
shall *wash your clothes on the 
seventh day, and ye shall be 
clean, and afterward ye shall 
come into the camp. 

^ And the Lord spake unto 
Moses, saying, ^^ Take the sum 
of the prey 'that was taken, 
both of man and of beast, thou, 
and Eleazar the priest, and Uie 

head! of the fathera* htnua nf tlio n#^n 

chief fathen oi uie Con- 

gregation ! " and "divide the 
prey into two parts; between 

the men skilled In war, that ^ea-n* 

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out to battle, and between aU the 
congregation : ^ and levy a tri- 
bate onto the Lord of the men 
of war ^ch went out to battle: 
""one soul of five hundred, both 
of the persons, and of the beeves, 
and of the asses, and of the ?h^: 
^ take it of their half, and give 
it unto Eleazar the priest, for 

Ibe LoBiya heave offering. 30 An<1 nf 

■a hrnn offering of the Lord. AUQ OI 

the children of Israel's hal^ thou 
Shalt take 'one *'»'^iS'„?™'' fifty, 
of the persons, of the beeves, of 
the asses, and of the "flocks, 

nfK of kU the cattle, anA irivA thorn 
of aU mnner of beute, *"<* B"*® Uiein 

unto the Levites, 'which keep 
the charge of the tabernacle of 
the Lord. ^ And Moses and 
Eleaeur the priest did as the 
Lord commanded Moses. ^^ 5Sa 

the imr, am and above the booty nrUink 
tba boocr, ««»«» the rest of the prey "lUCIl 

the men of war had'^'Skht, was six 
hundred thousand and seventy 
tliousand and five thousand 
sheep, ^ and threescore and 
twelve thousand beeves, ** and 
threracore and one thousand 
aases, ^ and thirty and two 
thousand persons in all, of ^' 
w<Mnen that had not known man 
by lying with him. ^ And the 
hal^ which was the portion of 
them that went out to war, was 
in nnmber three hundred thou- 
sand and '"'*ii?^"S°dthfrtr" thou- 
sand and five hundr^ sheep: 
^■^ and *the Lord's tribute of 
the sheep was she hundred and 
threescore and fifteen. ^ And 
the beeves were thirty and six 
thousand; of which the Lord's 
tribute was threescore and 
twelve. ^ And the asses were 
thirty thousand and five hun- 
dred; of which the Lord's 
tribute was threescore and one. 
*° And tlie persons were sixteen 
thousand ; of ;^^ the Lord's tri- 
bute was thirty and two persons. 



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*^ And Moses gave the tribute, 
which was the Lord's heave 
offering, unto Eleazar the priest, 
'as the Lord commanded Moses. 
*^ And of the children of Israel's 
half, which Moses divided "" from 
the men that warred, *^ (now the 

concrentton'i bait iirna 

halt Ouii pertained unto the oongregatton "'oo 

three hundred thousand and 
thirty thoS»Sd"ana seven thousand 
and five hundred sheep, ^and 
thirty and six thousand beeves, 
*5 and thirty thousand "^'^ 
JS^^^.*^&r\d sixteen thou- 
sand persons;) *^ even ''of the 
children of Israel's half, Moses 
took one <^"5,?a'oS'or"' fifty, both 
of man and of b^t^ and gave 
them unto the Levites, which 
kept the charge of the taber- 
nacle of the L^rd; as the Lord 
commanded Moses. ^ And ■''the 
officers which were over *•" thou- 
sands of the host, the captains 
of thousands, and ""• captains of 
hundreds, came near unto Moses: 
*^ and they said unto Moses, Thy 
servants have taken the sum of 
the men of war which are under 
our ^charge, and there lacketh 
not one man of us. ''° wSVA 

have Kf./\firvYif the Lord's oblaUon, 
therefore Orougni „ oblation for the Lord, 

what every man hath ^gotten, 
of jewels of gold, """* chains, 
and bracelets, "^rfn^I*^ earrings, 
and 'gJSlti?' "to make „ atone- 
ment for our souls before the 
Lord. ^' And Moses and Elea- 
zar the priest took the gold of 
them, even all wrought jewels. 
62 And all the gold of the *"»" 
•offering that they offered up 
to the Lord, of the captains of 
thousands, and of the captains 
of hundreds, was sixteen thou- 
sand seven hundred and fifty 
shekels. ^^ *(For the men of 
war had taken ^{f every man 
for himself.) ** And Moses and 



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Eleazar the priest took the gold 
of the captains of thousands and 
of hundreds, and brought it into 

tt\a t^o' <>' meeting, l>fnr a 

"He tobemsde of the congregsUon, lOF a 

memorial for the children of 
Israel before the Lord. 



' Now the children of 
03 Reuben and the children 
*^^ of Gad had a very great 
multitude of cattle: and when 
they saw the land of -^Jazer, 
and the land of Gilead, that, 
behold, the place was a place 
for cattle; ^ the children of 
Gad and the children of Reuben 
came and spake unto Moaes, 
and to Eleazar the priest, and 
unto the princes of the con- 
gregation, saying, " '^Ataroth, 
and *Dibon, and Jazer, and 
'Nimrah, and Heshbon, and 
Mealeh, and |tlhS and 'Nebo, 
and »Beon, * i^Jte.'^Sntry "which 
the Lord smote before the con- 
gregation of Israel, is a land for 
cattle, and thy servants hare 

cattle. 5 _„And they ndd, If ._ „„ havpi 
esttle: Wherefore, Bald they, If "^ nave 

found grace in thy sight, let this 
land li^ given unto thy servants 
for a ,.cS^^i°V„a bring us not 
over Jordan. ^ And Moses said 
unto the children of Gad and to 
the children of Reuben, Shall 
your brethren go to "" war, and 
shall ye sit here ? ^ And where- 
fore 'discourage ye the heart of 
the children of Israel from going 
over into the land which the 
Lord hath given them ? ^ Thus 
did your mthers, *when I sent 
them from Kadesh-bamea to 
see the land. ° For when they 
went up unto the valley of 
Eshcol, and saw the land, they 
discouraged the heart of the 
children of Israel, that they 
should not go into the land 
which the Lord had given them. 



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'0 "And the Lord's anger was 
kindled the°itS?eu£e, and he sware, 
saying, " Surely none of the 
men that came up out of Egypt, 
•from twenty years old and up- 
ward, shaU see the land which 
I sware ''unto Abraham, unto 
Isaac, and unto Jacob ; because 
they have not 'wholly followed 
me : " save Caleb the son of Je- 
phunneh the 'iOTlSti^ and Joshua 
the son of Nun : *^^ »they have 
whollyfollowed the Lord. ''And 
the Lord's anger was kindled 
against Israel, and he made 
them * wander ^ »Dd fro jjj ^he 
wilderness forty years, until *all 
the generation, that had done 
evil m the sight of the Lord, 
was consumed. ''* And, behold, 
ye are risen up in your fathers' 
stead, an increase of sinful men, 
to augment yet the fierce anger 
of the Lord toward Israel '* For 
if ye "turn away from after him, 
he will yet again leave them in 
the wilderness ; and ye shall de- 
stroy all this people. '* And 
they came near unto him, and 
saio, "We will buUd sheepfolds 
here for our cattle, and cities 
for our little ones: " but ''we 
ourselves wiU "» J??J^^S *» be- 
fore the children oflsrael, until 
we have brought them unto 
their place: and our little ones 
shall dwell in the 'fenced cities 
because of the inhabitants of the 
land. '"''We will not return unto 
our bouses, until the children of 
Israel have inherited every man 
his inheritance '^ For we will 
not inherit with them on ^^^^ 
side Jordan, ^* forward; 'be- 
cause our inheritance is fsdlen to 
us on this side Jordan eastward 
20 And "Moses said unto them. If 
ye wiU do this ffiSf' if ye will "^ 
"""^S'"'^ before the Lord to ^ 



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■war 2^ and 'nrrjratti man of you wIU tmta 
war, aiiu will go allot too mimad 

over Jordan before the Lord, 
until he hath "driven out his 
enemies from before him, ^ and 
the land be subdned before the 
Lord: then afterward ye shall 
return, and be guiltless 'grfSe* 
the Lord, and *^^ Israel ; and 
•this land shall be '"'"JS^""' 
mssession before the Lord. 
^ But if ye will not do so, 
bdiold, ye have sinned against 
the Lord: and be sure ^your 
sin will find you out ^ 'Build 
yon cities for your little ones, 
and folds for your sheep; and 
do that which hath proceeded 
out of your mouth. ^ And the 
children of Gad and the children 
of Reuben spake unto Moses, 
saying. Thy servants will do as 
my lord commandetL " *Our 
little ones, our wives, our flocks, 
and all our cattle, shall be there 
in the cities of Gilead: " "but 
thy servante will pass over, every 
man "^ •" 'armed for war, before 
the Lord to battle, as my lord 
saith. 

28 On 'Hona gare chaige ooncarning them to 
*J^ ooaeming them Moaea oommanded 

Eleazar the priest^ and *" 'Joshua 
the son of Nun, and *» the '^e,°' 
"* ^SS^*"** of the tribes of the 
children of JsS^, » ^j jyjoges 
said unto them. If the children 
of Gad and the children of Reu- 
ben will pass with you over 
Jordan, every man ""*" armed 
to battle, before the Lord, and 
the land shall be subdued before 
yon ; then ye shall give them the 
land of Guead for a possession: 
*• but if they will not pass over 
with you armed, they snail have 
possessions among you in the 
und of Canaan. ^^ And the 
children of Gad and the children 
of Reuben answered, saying, As 
the L(HU> hath said unto thy ser- 



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vants, so will we do, ^' We will 
pass over armed before the Lord 
mto the land of Canaan, ^ the 
possession of our inheritance *^ 

remain with na beyond Jordan. 33 And 
this side Jordan may be ours. xuiu 

* Moses gave imto them, even 
to the children of Gad, and to 
the children of Reuben, and 
unto Sw'to^ tribe of Manasseh 
the son of Joseph, the kingdom 
of Sihon king of the Amorites, 
and the kingdom of Og king of 
Bashan, the land, "~a?^*» the 
cities thereof *"fi vmoSSS^ even 
the cities of the oJSby rotmd 
about ** And the children of 
Grad built ^TAhon, and -^Ataroth, 
and 'JSSS: ^^ and ft'JSSlth^te and 
JiSS: anci '3^^ 38 and *Beth- 
mmrah, andiJ^fchSS; ^fenced gga 
and folds for sheep. ^^ And tiie 
children of Reuben built 'Hesh- 
bon, and -^ealeh, and llSuSiS,' 
^ and ""Nebo, and "Baal-meon, 
(^their names being changed,) 
and sgiSS^: and "gave other 
names unto the cities which they 
builded. ^^ And the children of 
''Machir the son of Manasseh 
went to Gilead, and took it, and 
dispossessed the ^orito" which 

w«« therdn. 40 ^^ MoSCS "gaVe 

Gilead unto Machir the son of 
Manasseh ; and he dwelt therein. 
*^ And • Jair the son of Manasseh 
went and took the ,niaii towns 
thereof, and called them "^^^ 
j^J: *2 ^n(j jfobah went and 
took Kenath, and 'the 'villages 
thereof^ and called it Noboh, 
after his own name. 

' These are the 'journeys 
00 of the children of Israel, 
*^^ "which""' went forth out of 
the land of Egypt ^ their ^^ 
under the hand of Moses and 
Aaron. ^ And Moses wrote 
their goings out ■'according to 



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their journeys by the command- 
ment of the Lord: and these 
are their journeys according to 
their goings out ^ And they 
'&Sd from Rameses in ''the 
first month, on the fifteenth 
day of the first month; on the 
morrow after the passover the 
children of Israel went out 
'with an high hand in the sight 
of aU the igPte * tii" the 
Egyptians '•'|„|JJ7"'« all their 
firstborn, *which the Lord had 
smitten among them: *°upon their 
gods also the Lord executed 
T&'n£ ** And the children of 
srael ■'reS^f^ from Barneses, and 

Pitched in ■'Succoth. ^ And they 
SS^ from Succoth, and pitched 
in *Etham, which is in the edge 
of the wilderness. ^ And they 
'?^oTO? from Etham, and turned 
i^ nnto 'Pi-hahiroth, which is 
before Baal-zephou: and they 
pitched before MigdoL ^ And 
thev ^^!^ from before ff^rX 
and '"passed through the midst 
of the sea into the ^Jli^lfS^; and 
they n^ent three days' journey in 
the wilderness of Etham, and 
pitched in Marah. ° And they 
reSwS^ from Marah, and came 
unto ^Elim: and in Elim were 
twelve ,o^uS> of water, and 
threescore and ten palm trees; 
and they pitched there. '° And 
they J^TovS? from Elim, and 
^'J^£^ by the Red ^ '' And 
they ^SSSfeS* from the Red f^ 
and enau£?2d in 'the wilderness 
of Sin. '2 And they tefHJ 
journey out of the wildcmess of Sin, 
and eSJ!SS?2d in DophkaL "And. 
they fc'ilf from Dophkah, and 
,S» in AlusL ^^And they 
^S.7^ from Alush, and ,S^^\i 
"Rephidim, where was no water 
for the people to drink. ^^ And 
they ^S^ from Rephidim, and 



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pitched in the "wilderness of 
Sinai. i«And they ^S?"ov'S? from 
the '^elST" of Sinai, and pitched 
15 **Kibroth-hattaavah. " And 
they ^S^S^ from Kibroth-hat- 
taavah, and eS^?2d'".t 'Hazeroth. 
« And they "{fflSllf from Haae- 
roth, and pitched in Rithmah. 
'8 And they te^ from Rith- 
mah, and pitched Jj liSSrSSS: 
^° And they ^^^ from gJSSSS: 
g^- and pitched in Libnah. 
^ And they J^«™f from Libnah, 
and pitched JS Rissah. ^And 
they journeyed from Rissah, and 
pitched in KehelathaL '^ And 
they J<"5;jw'«» from Kehelathah, 
and pitched in mount ihJ?hS' 
^ And they ^^^ from mount 
SSSS^J: and ,Si«^?2d in Haradah. 
^ And they >^^ from Hara. 
dah, and pitched in Makheloth. 
28 And they >°^^^^ from Mak- 
heloth, and eS»m?2d'u Tahath. 
" And they ^S?S?^from Tahath, 
and pitched i^lSS: *» And they 
'?^<^'^ from JJSll: and pitched in 
&St 2«Andtteyn'SSr'from 
Mith^^ and pitched in Hash- 
monah. ^o ^q^ ^jj^gy i§°^j^ 

from Hashmonah, and en«m?2d*^ 
"Moseroth. ^^ And they T^S^ 
from Moseroth, and pitched in 
«Bene-jaakan. ^^ ^j they 
re'SS^^ from Bene-jaakan, and 
l^^^;:^S^&^ 33 And they 

journejred fr^^ ^^^Mg^ and 

pitched in *■ JotbathaL ** And 
thev '^ro7ed* from Jotbathah, 
ande5liS«4J■kt*X";^h. »* And they 
^S^SSa* from ^&SS^- and ^SitUlt 

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37 And they >^^^ from 
desh, and pitched in "mount 
Hor, in the edge of the land of 
Edom. 3* And Aaron the priest 
went up into "mount Hor at the 



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commandment of the Lord, and 
died there, in the fortieth year 
after the children of Israel were 
come out of the land of Egypt, 

■n tha "*>> month, on the Bnt dar of the 
m me Urat day of the flfth 

month. ^ And Aaron was *an 
hundred and twenty and three 
years old when he died in 
mount Hor. *"And '"i?,,^^*^ 
"Ih^o^tt^ which dwelt m the 
f^i^ in the land of Canaan, 
heard of the coming of the 
children of Israel *' And they 
^S^g^ from mount «Hor, and 
intched in ZahnonaL ^' And 
they ^S2p2Sd from Zalmonah, 
and pitdbed in Punon. *^ And 
they 'i^SSSid from Punon, and 
pitched in "Oboth. ** And they 
^SJ^^ from Oboth, and pitched 
in i^;::ari5 in the border of 
Moabt ** And they ij^S^ from 
^S* and pitched in ■'Dibon-gad 
*«And they ^"SSS^ from Dibon- 
gad, and efJSijSd in *Ahnon-dib- 
Uthaim. « ^nd the;r ^o7^ 
from Almon-diblathaun, ' and 
pitched in the mountains of 
Abarim, before Neba *^ And 
they *SSS^ from the mountains 
of Abarim, and pitched in "the 
plains of Moab bv '^'oriS*^?' 
Jericha *® And they pitched 
by Jordan, from ^JfeS^^ even 
unto ♦Abei-«8hittim in the plains 
of Moab. 

^ And the Lord ssjoake unto 
Moses in the plains of Moab by 
^feiS^^ Jericho, saying, ^' Speak 
unto the children of Israel, and 
say unto them, 'When ye »„^SSed 
over Jordan into the buia<^ 
^S-, ''^ then "ye shall drive 
out "all the inhabitants of the 
land from before you, and de- 
stroy all their '"«SiSt.,^' and 
destroy all their molten images, 
and ,„He'j>Z'i?down aU their high 
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; cli. 21. 10. 



*oh.ai.u. 

iCp. Dent. 
2a as. 
>ch.ai.30. 

Cp. ch. 32. 34. 



k Cp. 3t. 
4a ■£!?) 
klkek.s.l4(?). 

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Ex. S. 8. 
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nrar. 1& 



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fWfl tien. IS. 

i»-a 

k Kiek. 47. 
13— ai. 

9 9«ech. 
2S.1. 



r Ter. U. 
Oen. 14.3. 
J(»h.ia2. 

• Joih. 15.3. 



( Dout. S. 1. 
Cp.J<>>h.ai7. 

■ oh. 82. XL 
vEx.23. 

34, XI 
&34.U. 
Deut, 7. a, • 

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wJ<«h.i&4. 

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Jnh. IS 4, 47. 

1 Kin. atlL 

'i Kin. 24.7. 

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I Cbt. 7. a. 

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o,.''?SSSS'«aV the land, and dwell 
therein : for ""f £?,° "S'yLK^^ the 
land to possess it. *** "And 
ye shall %^^i the land by lot 

•coordlng to irnni> fauuUea ; 

for en iDhentenoe among J^ui (kmiiiee: and 

Ho the more ye shall ^give the 
more inheritance, and to the 
fewer *^?'',gSB" »give the less in- 

Vitkn^anna • wheresoever the lot felleth 
IieilUUICC . every man'n inhmtanee ehall 

to any men, that shall be his . <w> 
be In the place where his lot faUeth> «»*'" 

cording to the tribes of your 
fathers '^.U inherit »* But 
if ye will not drive out the 
inhabitants of the land from be- 
fore you ; then „, ,h^ „^ p^ that 
those which ye let remain of 
them JSu"be •''pricks in your 
ejes, and " thorns in your 
sides, and "'*'' shall vex you 
in the land wherein ye dwelL 
" M^ver it shall come to pass, 

thai. '** I thongbt to do unto them, so will 
Uiab I (hall do unto you, aa I thought 
I do unto you. 
to do unto them. 

' And the Lord spake 
^A untoMoses, saying, 2 Com- 
^^' mand the children of Israel, 
and say unto them. When ye 
come into "the land of gSSSj 
"(this is the land that shall fail 
unto you for an inheritance, 
even the land of Canaan ~*%'?i°* 

to the borders there(rf,\ 3 fKon Pvnnr 
the ooasu thereof: ) ineU 'yOUr 

south quarter shall be from the 
wilderness of Zin along by the 
^'t of Eklom, and your south 
border shaU be u.l'SwJ^t'^ of 
'the ^l ^ eastward : * and your 
border shall turn ^^SS.'ffifjTtS'.S' 
'the ascent of Akrabbim, and 
pass •'oT to Zin: and the^T^ 
forth thereof shall be from^thrsouth to 

Kadesh-bamea; anA U aVioll rrn torth f^. 
Karteshbaraea, »na SUaU gO on W> 

'Hazar-addar, and pass ""o^ to 
Azmon : ^ and the border shall 
fetih" ^"{U "from Azmon unto 
"the ^J" of Egypt, and the goings 
out *^T?' shall be at the sea. 
^ And J /or the western border, 
ye shall even have the great sea 



A.V. * Or, Utim Of Abarim. t Or, Tht plaiiu of SkUlim. t Hab. m<it«pl|f kit MieriUMet. 

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"^i^r^^^e?"^: this shaU be 
your west border. ' And this 
shall be your north border : 
from the great sea ye shall 
gS^lJ out for you * mount Hor: 
® from mount Hor ye shall ^"J 
out^y^, 5.^ "unto the ^^SSSc^ 
of Hamath ; and the goings ,l^i, 
of the border shall be ti ''Zedad : 
^ and the border shall go ''^ to 
Ziphron, and the goings out 
*^^ shall be at 'Hazar-enan : 
tibis shall be your north border. 
'° And ye shall SiS out your 
east border from Hazar-enan to 
Shepham: " and the ^g^ shall 
go down from Shepham to •'Tlib- 
lah, on the east side of Ain ; and 
the border shaU %^J^- and shall 
reach unto the "side of ''the sea 
of Chinnereth eastward : '* and 
the border shall go down to 
Jordan, and the goings out 
tSflJ' shaU be at Hhe ^\ fS: 
this shaD be your land "^^^^ *° 
the 'S^™ thereof round about 
^^ And Moses commanded the 
children of Israel, saying, *This 
is the land which ye shall in- 
herit by lot, which the Lord ■"* 
commanded to give unto the 
nine tribes, and to the half 
tribe : ^* ^ for the tribe of the 
children of Reuben according to 
th."l.liL??/'rhefc"}S&.r^ and the tribe 
of the children of Gad accord- 

in<r in . ^bI>' fsthera* bouses, Vioto 

"Ig l^ the honse of their fethets, nave 

noeired, anA the half 

teoeWed tluir iv/teritaiux : «na j^if the 

tribe of Manasseh haye fSSlvrf" 
their inheritance: ^^ the two 
tribes and the half tribe have 
received their inheritance ^SS 
Sife Jordan ^, Jericho eastward, 
toward the sunrising. 

^^ And the Lord. spake unto 
Moses, saying, " These are the 
names of the men which shall 
divide the land unto you '" 
._...-, "Eleazar the priest. 



inheritanee . 



a oh. 1. 4, 1*. 



»<di.s&>7. 



cch.ia.n. 
2 Kin. K >. 
£ii!k.4aL 

dE»k.47. 
IS. 



/»iaii.«a. 

Jer. saiL 



ff Seat. 8. 17. 
Joflh. 11.2 
* I2.S 

k 19. ». 
iHac II. n. 
lbtt.4^U. 
Lukes. L 
John e. 1, 02, 

hTer. 1. 



<nr,2. 
/odL 14. 1, 2. 



/ch.a2.a; 
Joab. 14.3. 



Ir Seech. 
22.1. 



IJoah. \*. 

*2i.2. 

SeeEiek.48. 

1-5 

«4a.s-i4. 



MSeeLsT. 
25. i* 
*mc. fbrmg. 



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AIS.BL 



and Joshua the son of !K 
'^ And ye shall take one "pri 
of every tribe, to divide the h 
'^inheritance. « And "»"""• 
names of the men „« these: gj 
tribe of Jndah, Caleb the boi 
Jephunneh. ^°Andofthetr 
of the children of Simeon, S 
muel the son of Ammihud. ^ 
the tribe of Bei\jamin, Elidad 
son of Chislon. ^ And the pi 
of the tribe of the children 
Dan » «"*~», BukM the son 
JoglL 23 ^^ ^^„f the children 
^SSSl't^ the tribe of the childi 
of Manasseh » «"*"*, Hanniel i 
son of l^' a* And tSSVno. of i 
tribe of the children of Ephra 
» prino*, Kemuel the son of Shi^ 
tan. ^ And the prince of the tri 
of the children of Zebulun » '"^' 
Elizaphan the son of Pama< 
'^And the prince of the tribe 
the children of Issachar ' *"*■ 
Paltiel the son of Azzan. "Aa 
the prince of the tribe of the childr 
of Asher • p^^, Ahihud the s< 
of ShelomL '^^ And the mtace 
the tribe of the children 
Naphtali » ^'^, Pedahel the at 
of Ammihud. ^ These are thi 
whom the Lord commanded 
divide the inheritance unto tl 
children of Israel in the land 
Canaan. 

^ And the Lord spal 
QC unto Moses in *the plaii 
*^^ of Moab by *fjs:^„ 
Jericho, saying, ' 'Command tl 
children of Israel, that they gi\ 
unto the Levites of the inherii 
ance of their possession cities t 

f1iv<'II in ■ tmn ''suburbs for the dtlei 
QWeU m , ana „ shall give aim mto tl 
round about them shall ye glre unto the LeriU 
Leritee suburbs for the cities round atnnt thei 

' And the cities shall they hav 
to dwell in; and thettrST?h« 
shall be for their cattle, and fo 
their ™^:»- and for aU thei 
beasts. * And the suburbs o 



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the cities, which ye shall give 
nnto the Levites, shall J^ from 
the wall of the city and outward 
a thousand cnbits round about 
' And ye shall measure tmm with- 
out the city ^ the east side two 
thoosaod cubits, and ^' the south 
side two thousand cubits, and 
^ the west side two thousand 
cubits, and '^ the north side 
two thousand cnSu^d the city 
JSg^ in the '^..^ shaU be 
to th^n the suburbs of the 
cities. " And „,«■« the cities 
which ye shall give nnto the 
'-tSSJSXrlDl.S'4"- six cities £', 
refuge, which ye shall »^S,t for 
the ^..SMS h m.r flee thither : 
and "^ them ye shall fe'l forty 
and two cities. ^ s^ the cities 
which ve shall give to the Levites 
diatt *be forty and eight cities: 
them shall ye give with their 
suborbsL « And ~°""*»« the cities 
which ye shall give am u ^of the 
poese^on of the children of i^\ 
*from o^^kave many ye shall 
^ many: 8St from «« }tt h.« few 
ye shall afe few: every one "SSSf* 

to Us inlieriUiioe whioh he Inherilath thkU 
(h)« of hi* cHlM nnto the Levltea socordiiig 

Ifrt of his eltiee unto the Lerttea. 
to hie inberitsiice which the Inheritetli. 

° And the Lord spake unto 
Moses, saying, '^° Speak unto 
the children of Israel, and say 
■unto them, 'When ye be'^e over 
Jordan into the land of gSSJ?; 
" '^then ye shall appoint you 
cities to De cities of refiige for 

■Fnn • tKat t\\D mmiulajreT which kiUeth sny 

yon, tnaitne il«yerni»fleethltherr^ 

mnon 'oiiwiUtndjr msy flee thither. 12 KnA 

wtticbUUethanr penontatonawatea. -o-um 

•"t^^ shaD be unto you duee for 
refuge from the avenger; that 
the manslayer die not, until he 
stand before the congregation 
*giSgr.S°t!- '"And o,«{KU cities 
which ye shaU give -Ji? JSei°Siar 
'f^}^^t^ refuge. ^ "Ye shall 
give three cities on^Silfrtde Jordan, 
and three cities shall ye give in 



bBx-SI. 11, 
14 

Ler. S4. 17. 
Dent. iaU,UL 



ersr. H, 
Dsut. 4. 41, «L 
Jodl-aa 3,7,8 
k SI. S, 13, 21, 
97,99, a«, 38. 



dDmt la. 

^13. 

J(Mh.9a>,I. 
<Joah.ai. 

4L 



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VEx. 21.14 
Dant. ISill. 

keh.28.M 
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JkJoeh.2a 

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J(ab.aaaL 



IBeater. & 
m Beat 4. 

41. 

/<Mh.aa8. 

■ Joali.2a& 



the land of SSSS'^SfSi shall be 
cities of refiige. ^^ ,,^^^55 ^^^^ 

ahall be a refuge, Mk for tho childrCU 

of Israel, and "for the fiSSIS 
and for the sojourner among 

them, shall these six cities be for reftige . i-Jiof 

every one that killeth any person 
"SJ?,S^ may flee thither. « 'aj 
if he Siito mm with an instru- 
ment of iron, so that he <^ 
he is a SSfc: the "SSte' shafl 
surely be put to death. " And 
if he SfiSf him 'with ^^^S^tl^ 
'^SSS^.Si'r may die, audlie ^ 

ha in a. manslayer . f },» manslayer aliAll 
ne IS a munlerer • '^*' murderer BDaU 

surely be put to death. '^ Or if 

V,Q smote tiim -nrif 1i '^ weapon of wood in 
le mite mm wain „ i^na weapon of 
the hand, whereby a man rnav f\ia anA 
woodTwhere'rili •»« may OIC, aUQ 
V,„ died. Ua ia a manslayer: the manslayer 
UtJ die, "*' "> ** murderer: the murderer 

shall surely be put to deatL 
'9 "The s;!S|gt of blood J.^^'XH 

put the manslayer to death . ii>)>An Ha 
slay the murderer • WHeu Il« 

meeteth him, he shall '"*5& u^T^ 
20 is? if he thrust him of hatred, 
or "C?' at hi^Vfc'°of wait, «> 
that he "iif ; ^ or in enmity "S^ 
him with his hand, that he ^^: 
he that smote him shall surely 
be put to death ; f„ he is a 
■SSgSSr: "the •';^ of blood shaU 
^''^Z^rSk^Jrf- when he meet- 
eth nim. "^ But if he thrust 
him suddenly without enmity, 
or hi!^*^ upon him any thing 
•'without j^^*?, wait, ^3 ©r with 
any stone, „1^^&, a man may 
die, seeing him not, and cast it 
upon him, " that he ^"^ and 
''* was not his enemy, neither 
sought his harm: ^* then *the 
congregation shall judge between 
the SJ^ and "the •'^^^ of blood 
according to these ^j"„*<iSS'e''nta: "'and 
the congregation shall deliver the 
"SgS"' out of the hand of the 
OTm^ of blood, and the con- 
gregation shall restore him to 
thedfyVhis refuge, whither he was 
fled: and he shall '"Sll<,?n?™"S'" 



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the death of the high priest, 
<*which was anointed with the 

holy oil 28 But if t^e ""^gjUjer 

shall at any time co*me'^'i?5^»t the 
border of the'"citf';,f°hi. reftige, 



whither he 



" and Hhe 



fleeth . 
ma Sed) 

»»e°i|er of blood find him without 
the bo^e11f'of'"th'i"cftV%?hi. refuge, and 
the A^r" of blood '^^,i''S,?tSSl?r ; 
"he shall not be guilty of blood : 
** because he should have re- 
mained m the'oitySfhu refuge 'until 
the death of the high priest: 
but after the death of the high 
priest the "^Sr" shall return 
into the land of his possession. 
2» ^i^ these things shall be for 
/a statute of YufeSt* unto you 
throughout your generations in 
all your dwellings. ^° Whoso 
killeth any person, the rjrtJ?^ 
shaU be p„t to delth by the 'mouth 
of witnesses : but one witness 
shall not testify against any 
person u> JS,' hL to die. 3i More- 
OTer ye shall take no ^Sffifon 
for the life of a ZS^SJ^T- which 
is *guilty of death : but he shall 
S'SSJ^ put to death. 3^ ^d ye 
shall take no „SSmHoi) for him 



that is fled to the 



his city of 
city of liii 



refuge, 



that he should come {^ain to 
dwell in the land, until the death 
of the priest ^^ So ye shall not 
■^pollute the land wherein ye are : 
for aSSS- ■'it 'Sffig' the land: 

anA no expiation can be made for the land for 
iiitu jthe land cannot be cleansed of 

the blood that is shed therein, 
but *by the blood of him that 

aliorl if 34 And "thou Shalt not defile tlia 
BOea lU Deflle not therefore Wie 

land which ye '^gUii'g.SS.ft.'^?^'"'* 
I dwell: "for I the Lord dwell 
'"'^iSli'*"" the children of Israel 

1 XnA tVia beads of the fatben* 
X" Ana tne c^lef fathers of 

30 '^elJSfii'r^ of the *chil- 
^^ dren of Gilead, the son of 
Machir, the son of Manasseh, of I 



a Ex. 29. 7. 
Ler. 4.S 
* 21. 10. 



b See Ter. 19. 
ech. 2S.» 

kaa.u. 



dch.27.1,7. 
Joih. 17. S, 4. 



« See ver. SB. 



/oh. 27. 11. 



t Seut. 17. e 

ft 19. IB. 

Heb. la 9. 

Cp. Matt. 18. 

IS 

ft John a. 17 

ft 9 Cor. 13. 1 

ft 1 Tim. 5. 19. 

ft Lot. 25. 
la 



<Cp.oh. 
27.7. 

i Pa 100.38. 
Jer. 8. 1, >, 9. 
Cp. Mic. 4. 11. 



tSeeOen. 
8.11. 

I Ter. It 
Cp. Tobit 1. 9. 

m Ler. 18. 
35. 
I>eat.2i.2S. 

■ See Ex. 
28. 4S. 



the fJEimilies of the sons of Joseph, 
came near, and spake before 
Moses, and before the princes, 

t\ta beads of the father^ houia nt t\\o 
ine chief father* OI '"^ 

children of Israel: * and they 
said, "The Lord commanded my 
lord to give the land for ^n in- 
heritance by lot to the children 
of Israel: and ''uiy lord was 
commanded by the Lord to rive 
the inheritance of Zelophehad 
our brother unto his daughters. 
3 And if they be married to any 
of the sons of the other tribes of 
the children of Israel, then shall 
their inheritance be taken '■"^ 
from the inheritance of our 
fothers, and shall be ■J^t' to the 
inheritance of the tribe 'where- 
unto they j5?"re^l;SS: so shall it 
be taken '"*' from the lot of 
our inheritance * And when 
*the jubile of the children of 
Israel shall be, then shall their 
inheritance be "^ut* unto the in- 
heritance of the tribe whereunto 
they ;'^r^l?^: so shall their in- 
heritance be taken away from 
the inheritance of the tribe of 
our fathers. ° And Moses com- 
manded the children of Israel 
according to the word of the 
Lord, saying, The tribe of the 
sons of Joseph 'SStJ^Kid wlif ° This 
is the thing which the Lord 
doth command concerning the 
daughters of Zelophehad, saying, 
Let them "marry to whom they 
think best; 'only to the family 
of the tribe of their father shall 
they marry. ^ So shall not^lhe 
inheritance of the children of 
Israel remove from tribe to tribe: 



for 



everyone 



of the children of Israel 



^.cp.iKin. "shall "ifJI^p^Kaf' to the inherit- 

poh.a&iB. ance of the tribe of his fathers. 

^«iohr.2a * And 'every daughter, that 

possesseth an inheritance in any 

R. V, > Or. then sAoQ b€ no Mood0iMll<MM/or Aim 
A.V. * Heliw no blood Hhnll b« to Mm. t H«b^/aiil(f to dt>. t Ileli. Oen can he no txinationfor tho land, 

I BahMtooftomMwatallta. I Uelk 6< itiaM. <• Hob. cIoum to Ifto, ^. 

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tribe of the children of Israel, 
shall be wife onto one of the 
fitmily of the tribe of her fother, 
that the children of Israel may 
^Sjm OT^T Di*'!* ^o inheritance 
of hisfirthers. « NeS.'Jiiiff'th. in- 
heritance remove from one tribe 
to another tribe ; but «£? one of the 
tribes of the children of Israel 
shaU "SSTllSeir to his own in- 
heritance. ^° Even as the Lord 
commanded Moses, so did the 
danghters of Zelophehad : " *for 
Mahlah, Hrzah, and Hoglah, and 



a cb. 27. L 
Josh. 17. s. 
tSMch. 

aa.1. 



Milcah, and Noah, the daughters 
of Zelophehad, were married 
unto their Other's brothers' £S?; 
" A^t^v were married *into the 
fEimilies of the sons of Manasseh 
the son of Joseph, and their in- 
heritance remain^ in the tribe 
of the family of their father. 

" These are the command- 
ments and the ^fe?^ which the 
LoKD commanded by the hand 
of Moses unto the children of 
Israel ^in the plains of Moab 
by 'SSr^r^f Jericho. 



THE FIFTH BOOK OF MOSES, 

[B.V.] COMMONLY CALLED 
[A.V.] CALLED 

DEUTERONOMY. 



■• These be the words which 
X Moees spake unto all Israel 
on'SJ'^de Jordan in the wilder- 
ness, in *the '%^^ over against 
tui'^^««. between "^Paran, and 
Tophel, and Laban, and 'Haze- 
roth, and SaJ:^ ^^]'„„ eleven 
days' jtrwmey from Horeb by 
Uie way of mount Seir unto 
StaSlSSSSS ^ And it came to 
paw-^in the fortieth year, in the 
eleventh month, on the first day 
oi iha montli, tiiat Moses spake 
onto the children of Israel, ac- 
cording unto all that the Lord 
had given him in commandment 
unto them ; * after *he had "^ 
^hon the king of the Amorites, 
which dwelt in Heshbon, and 
"Og the king of Bashan, which 

Hwolf io AihUrolb. »t n'GVIrAS • B beyond 
awere ^ AsUmth in JliOrei . on thla 

*to*jS3ML 'in the land of Moab, 
began IVIoees to declare this 



aeli.s.s. 
Cp. Ex. \a. 1 

* Num. lOk 11. 
kdi.S. IT. 

J<»h.a.M 
k 1 1. % la 

* 12. 1, 3. 8, <d. 
c Cp. Mam. 

21.14. 

(ll8ua.2S. 
1. 
See Nam. la 

wn. 

eNnm. II.3S 
k 12.16 

* sa 17 iriL 

/Ci>.I<tun. 
vJogiuai. 

Jkch.2.14 

Nmn. la 9S 

132.8 

k34.4 

iOea. 12. > 
Amg. 

Num. 



d.'^' 



t Sea Nam. 

21.21-32. 
lOen. 12.7 

* la 14, U 

k lais 

* 17. 7, 8 

kaa.i,i 

& 2a 13, 14 

kao.34. 
m flee Nan. 

2I.>3-W. 

i<ch.ai,io. 
Joah. 12. 4 
k lail 

oNom. II. 

14. 

Cp. Ex. la 1& 

peh.2a.L 



law, saying, ^ The Lord our 
God spake unto us in Horel^ 
saying, "Ye have dwelt long 
enough in this "SSSJ^": ' turn 
you, and take your journey, 
and go to -^the ^r^^^ of the 
Amorites, and unto ^all the 
places nigh thereunto, in ^the 
^pliS^ 'in the '''"iSS?'^' and in 
thp"^*^ and in the 'f^t^ and 
"by the sea ^^^u, the land of 
the Canaanites, and qqu, Lebanon, 
"imto" the great river, the river 
Euphrates. ° Behold, I have 
*set the laud before you : go in 
and possess the land which the 
Lord sware unto your fathers, 
"» Abraham, ^ Isaac, and '» Ja- 
cob, to give unto them and to 
their seed after them. ° And 
"I spake unto you at that time, 
saying, I am not able to bear 
you myself alone : ^° the Lord 



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your God hath multiplied you, 
and, behold, 'ye are this day aa 
the stars of heaven for multi- 
tude. '' ''',VhJi:J>"Bif'"' God of your 
flSe» naake you a thousand 
times so many more as ye are, 
and bless you, ''as he hath 
promised Jouo " 'How can I 
myself alone bear your cum- 
brance, and your burden, and 
your strife ? ^^ '-^Take you wise 
men, and understanduig, and 
^■taoVrSSSSf *" your tribes, and 
I will make them ^J|^ over you. 
'* And ye answered me, and 
said. The thing which thou hast 
spoken is good /or us to do. 
^* So I took the ^^ of your 
tribes, wise men, and known, 
*'aud ^made them heads over 
you, captains ^'„ thousands, and 
captains ^'„ hundreds, and cap- 
tains o?er fifties, and captains onr 
tens, and ""^ffie^rS^oSf •" your 
tribes. '° And I charged your 
judges at that time, saying, 
Hear the causes between your 
brethren, and ■'judge righteously 
between J^ man and his brother, 
and the stranger that is with him. 
'^'Ye shall not 'respect persons 
in fJS^^^^'^ ye shaU hear the 
small L"tell".lTeUi;Lt; ye shall not 
be afraid of the foce of man ; for 
"the ^j^tent' is God's: and the 
cause wat is too bard for j!^ 
" bX'«^ »nto me, and I will 
hear it ^^ And I commanded 
you at that time all the things 
which ye should do. 

« And wbVn^^SSSSL from Horeb, 
we 'went through all that great 
and terrible ;!K|fSer^ which ye";- 
by the way ^ the '■lSSffi'7 of the 
Amorites, as the Lord our God 
commanded us; and "we came 
to Kadesh-bamea. "° And I 
said unto you. Ye are come 
unto the ".SoSSSj^ of the Amor- 



aOp.Qb,to. 

XI 

Um Oeu. IS. s. 
b Cp.2Sun. 
24. >. 



c ch. ai. a. 
Jo«h. 1. 1. 

d G«ll. 12. 2 
*32. 17 
*2S.1,M. 

(CnlKin. 
S.8,£ 



/Cp. Ex. IS. 
91 

At Num. 

17. 



II. M. 



g Num. 13. 8. 



A See Num. 
13. 52—37. 



yob. ia.u. 
John 7. M. 
tps. loaa. 

See Nam. 14. 
1— t 

I oh. le. la. 

Ex. 23. 2. 3. 
LCT. 19. IS. 
2 C'hr. la 7. 
ProT. 24. a 
k2&aL 

Mai. 2. ». 
JameM 2. 1, A 

m oh. 9. 2& 

hCd. Jofh. 
7.7. 

o>Cbr.ia.6. 
Cp. Ex. II. 6. 

pJo»b.l4.8. 

4 Ex. IB. 22, 
96. 

r cK a 1, ». 
See Num. 13. 



• See Num. 
13.22. 

I ch. a U 
i 32. 10. 
Jer. 2. «. 
Cp. Num. la 
12 

Hch. a.82. 

Ex. 14. U, 2S. 
Juali. la 14, <2 
123.3,10. 
CV Neh. 4. 90. 
V See Ter. 2. 



ites, which the Lord our Go' 
do^h"!?™ unto us. 2^ Behold, tb 
Lord thy God hath set the lao' 
before thee: go Tp ^ SSSS*"*' 
as the ^Kk^" God of thy JjSS 
hath •Sid* unto thee; *fear no 
neither be ^^^^ 22 ^^ y 
came near unto me every one c 
you, and said, wS'wiu send me 
before us, ^ they ^ scare! 
S* <i"t'thI°uJd; and bring us wor 
again •" % Xt^^nS"** we must g 
up, and *^',^tS%^*%^^''' we shal 
come. '^^ And the ^jf^^ pleasei 
me well: and "I took twelvi 
men of you, one "^ J,f a"**' tribe 
^ and *they turned and wen 
up into the mountain, and cam 
unto the valley of Eshcol, an< 
,45!*ed it out 25 And they tool 
of the fruit of the land in thei 
hands, and brought it dow: 
unto us, and brought us wor 
agam, and said. It is a goo< 
land which the Lord our Go( 

glveth nnto ,,« 26 Yet ■n 

doth give US. NoHrithstandliig J 

would not go up, but rebelle( 
against the commandment c 
the Lord your God: " and *y 
murmured in your tents, am 
said, Because the Lord ""hate 
us, he hath brought us forth ou 
of the land of Egypt, "to delive 
us into the hand of the Amorite: 
to destroy us. =8 -Whither 'JJJ 
«J'^ up? *'our brethren hav 

made our heart U> melt, aavinir •'T'Vi 
{diacouraged our heart, Saymg, ID 

people is greater and taller tha 
we ; the cities are great and (Siu 
up to heaven ; and moreover w 
have seen 'the sons of the ^awn 
there. '^ Then I said unto yoi 
Dread not, neither be afraid c 
them. ^ The Lord your Go' 
vrtikh goeth before you, "he shal 
fight for you, according to al 
that he (fid for you in Egyp 
before your eyes; ^' and in th 
wilderness, where thou has 



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DEUTERONOMY 



[Chap. 2, v. 7 



seen how that the Lord thy 
God "bare thee, as a man doth 
bear his son, in all the way that 
ye went, until ye came ?nto this 
place. ^ Yet in this thing 'ye 
did not believe the Loud your 
God, 33 -who went fe'SS^° iSrfo« 
??i' ■'^to ,2Jdi you out a place to 
pitch your tents in, in fire by 
night, to shew you by what way 
ye should go, and in »• cloud by 
day. ** And the Ix)rd heard 
the voice of your words, and 
was wroth, and sware, saying, 
^ * Surely there shall not one 
of these men of this evil genera- 
tion see ^ good land, which 
I sware to give unto your 
fiithers, ^ 'save Caleb the son 
of iSSSXh-, he shaU see It- and 
to him will I give the land that 
he hatb trodden upon, and to his 
ShiwJS.' because he hath * wholly 
followed the Lord. ^ Also 
"the Lord was angry with me 
for your sakes, saying. Thou 
also Shalt not go m ai{SS; ^ jm 
''Joshua the son of Nun, * which 
standeth before thee, he shall go 
in thither: 'encourage *^'B.Jf'= 
for he shall cause Israel to in- 
herit it '^ Moreover 'your 
little ones, which ye said should 
be a prey, and your children, 
which to^tLt day ^SjS* no know- 
ledge brt^ good Si evil, they 
shaul go in thither, and unto 
them will I give it, and they 
shall possess it. ^° But as for 
yoo, *tum you, and take your 
journey into the wilderness by 
the way S the Red gS: *' Then 
ye answered and said unto me, 
*We have sinned against the 
Ix>KD, we will go up and fight, 
according to all that the Lord 
ovt God commanded us. And 
ye lad girded on every man 



ach. 32.11, 
19: 

E1..IS.4. 
InL 48. S, 4 
teal). 
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Cl>. AoU IS. u 
(ni«.). 

1> Num. 14. 
43L 

<rP>. \oa.u. 
JudaB. 

d Cpi cK 31. 
17. 

a8«eEx. I& 
21. 

/Nam. 10. 
33. 

9 Num. 14. 
44. 

A Num. 14. 

4S. 



iSeadva. 
13 
UNtim. 14. 



>Cp.F>.lia 

13 

A loJ. 7. 18. 

tSMNarn. 
21.3. 
I Nam. 14. 

J06h. 14. S. 

1,22. 
Jud(. 11.17. 



II ch. 4. 31 
k32.Sl 
ft 34. 4. 
Num. Sa 12 
i. 27. 13, 14. 

Cp, Pa, loa 31. 

o ch. I. 40. 
Num. 14. 35. 

pch.3I.S,7. 
Ex. 24s 13. 

c-p. 1 Sun. I& 

23. 
4 oh. 31. 7, 

Num 27. 1»— 

30. 

reh. I. <. 
• Nam. 14. 3, 



(Il>L7.U. 
19. 

<■ eh. 23. 7. 
Amo* 1. 11. 
Obul. 10, 12. 

vSMOen. 
32.3. 

wSee Num. 
2ai»-31. 

xch.2 1. 
Num. 14. ss. 



V Num. 14. 
40L 

• T«r. 98. 



down 

. 1 you 

Uormah. 



his weapons of war, '"^ 'were 
'°,SSJ^ to go up into the ""gfii^ 
*^ And the Lord said unto me, 
''Say unto them, Go not op, 
neither fight; ''for I am not 
among you; lest ye be smitten 
before your enemies. *^ So I 
spake unto p, and ye S-^fe'SSfh-Sl^! 
but '• rebelled against the com- 
mandment of the Lord, and J;|S 
■^p^rSSSSli.^Sily'"'" up into the 

mountain. 44 A^J t^g AmorfteS, 

which dwelt in that mountain, 
came out against you, and chased 
you,>a8 bees do, and ^,U?y 
m Seir, even unto *Horm 
*^ And ye returned and wept 
before the Lord; but the Lord 
wou!3"lSli.S'ien to your voice, nor 
^^e" ear unto you. ^ So ""ye 
alK)de in Kadesh many days, 
according unto the days that 
ye abode there. 

^ Then we turned, and took 
2 our journey into the wilder- 
ness by the way ^? the Red 
^ "as the Lord spake unto me: 
and we compassed mount Seir 
many days. ^ And the Lord 
spake unto me, saying, ^ Ye have 
compassed this mountain ''long 
enough: turn you northward 
* And command thou the people, 
saying, Ye are to pass through 
the "S^f of "your brethren t£e 
children of Esau, "which dwell 
in Seir ; and '"they shall be afraid 
of you : take ye good heed unto 
yourselves therefore : ^ iSS^iie not 
with them ; for I will not give 
you of their land, 'no, not so 

mii^h aa 'or the sole of the foot to tread on: 
mUCn as » foot breadth; 

because "I have given mount 
Seir unto Esau for a possession. 
8 'Ye shall ""fS^^^t^ of them for 
money, that ye may eat ; and ye 
shall also buy water of them for 
money, that ye may drink. ^ For 



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the Lord thy God hath blessed 
thee in all the J?^ of thy hand: 
"he ""i^o^eth" thj walking through 
this great wilderness: * these 
forty years the Lord thy God 
hath been with thee; thou hast 
lacked nothing. ^ xnd^hen "we 
pa£«ed by from our brethiren the 
children of Esau, which iZai »" 
Seir, throSh the way of 'the *^ 
from fil?^ and from '^SS&- 

^^ we turned and passed by 
the way of the wilderness of 
Moah. ^ And the Lord said 
unto me, .DiIS» not theMSfeit... 
neither contend with them in 
battle: for I will not give thee 
of thilr land for a possession; 
because I have given *Ar unto 
'the children of lA)t for a posses- 
sion. lo^gJ^Emta? dwelt .therein 
to'um«'",Srt. "a pople great, and 
many, and tall, "as the ^SmS^-. 
" ^-JS, also i^re accounted '^£^"- 
as the t^Z ; but the Moabites 
call them b^»,1Sl « 'The g^ also 
dwelt in Seir ^r^^e-. but the 
children of Esau ♦succeeded *^'^= 
whm'they'had destroyed them from 
before them, and dwelt in their 
*stead; "as Israel did unto the 
land of his possession, which the 
Lord gave unto StS.' '' Now 
rise up, ^id /, and get you over 
"the 'brook Zered. And we 
went over "the brook Zered. 
'^ And the ,^ in which we came 
fix>m 'Kadesh-bamea, until we 
were come over "the brook 
Zered, ^ thirty and ei^ht 
years; *until all the generation 
of the men of war were ^^o'lu 
from "'•aS'o^rthXT'' as the Lord 
sware unto them. '' vmbSi^ the 
hand of the Lord was against 
them, to destroy them from 
^'^'^^eXSr"' until they were 
consumed. 

'^ So it came to pass, when all 



a Cp. Job' 
I& 10. 
68Mcli.a 



eJudg. II. 
i Cp. nr. •. 



dSeech. I.L 

/IKln-S. 

96. 

C[k 3 Kin. 14. 

a 

t i&a 

* 2 Chr. TO. 2. 

ffSt» Num. 
aass. 

AGan-iaig, 

sa. 

<TeMa,». 



y Cp. TOT. 10. 



tTer. U. 
Num. 21. II. 
lul. 15. L 

I nr. 19. 
Oan. la 96, 37. 

mOen. 14. 6. 

H Cp. Ter. 21. 

8m Ntun. 

■ 3.32. 

pBeeC(«ll. 
14. S. 



ff Ter. S3. 
Om. 14.6. 
8e«Q<iii.aa 



r JodL IS. 

I Gen. la It. 
Jer. 20.20. 

I Bag Gen. 
lail 

« Num. 21. 
iM,Sl,St. 



V Nnm. 21. 
1>,14. 

Jnill. II. U, 
21. 

If Cp. Kum. 
21.13. 

xNam. 21. 
27,2g,>a 

{Seech. I. 
tL 

« Cp. Ter. 0. 

ach. 11.36 
k2aiOi 
SeeEi. IS. 
11—16 

i Joih.2.l>— 
11. 

(Nmn. 14. 
13,311 

*2a6i. 
I>i.7aa 
Ae&u 
*ioa26. 
Eiek-aais. 
Cp. I Cor. la • 
t Beb. S. 17. 
Seech.!. 36. 

eJa«h.ial& 
IChr.aTai 

itcp.cb.aa 

10. 



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leb. oep^HtPDiMM. 



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236 



the men of war were consumec 
and dead from among the people 
^^ that the Lord spake unto mc 
Haying, -inou art topguaoTorthroog 

Ar tVto border of Moftb . 18 am 

AT, me ooMtof Mo»b, thiidi^' an( 
when thou comest nigh ove 
against the children of Ammor 
dist?^ them not, nor ~^J wit 
them : for I will not give the 
of the land of the children c 
Ammon ^'pSSSSfiST because 
have given it unto *the childre 
of Lot for a possession. ^ (Tha 
also ^ accounted a land ( 
'^StoiS; jSSfi*^ dwelt therei 
in*';^'te: «d the Ammonites ca 
them tS^Z; ^ ^a peopl 
great, and many, and tall, s 
the i^Z; but the Lord d« 
stroyed &em before them; an 
they succeeded them, and dwe 
in their stead: '"as he did ' 
the children of Esau, which iZ 
in Seir, when he destroyed «tl 
iSriJS from before them; an 
they succeeded them, and dwe 
in their stead even unto th 
day: ^a and '^the i;^ whit 

dwelt m Ha^m, CTen"nnto AxSt, 'tl 

SSbiA which came forth 01 
of Caphtor, destroyed them, at 
dwelt in their stead.) "* Rii 
ye up, take 
"pass over 
Mhold, I have given into thii 
hand Sihon the Amorite, king 
*Heshbon, and his land: 'beg 
to possess it, and 'contend wii 
him in battle. ^^ This day w 
I begin to put "the dread of thi 
and the fear of thee upon tl 
gSfiJS that are under the who 
heaven, who shall hear ""• repo 
of thee, and shall tremble, ai 
be in anguish because of thee. 
'^ And I sent messengers o 
of the wilderness of 'Kedemo 
unto Sihon king of 'Heshb* 
''with words of peace, sayir 

2 Or, room. I Or, vm 



your journey, ar 
the "St^"' Amoi 



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[Chap. 3, v. 11 



^ •Let me pass through thy 
land: I will go ^ alone by the 
high way, I will neither tarn 
onto the right hand nor to the 
left. 28 »Thou Shalt sell me £^t 
for money, that I may eat ; and 

f've me water for money, that 
may drink: only ^'^ pass 
through on my feet; ^ JX the 
children of Esau which dwell in 
Seir, and the Moabites which 
dwell in Ar, did unto SS^ until 
I shidl pass over Jordan into 
Uie land which the Lord our 
God giveth us. «• gu^ »Sihon 
king of '^Heshbon would not let 
us pass by him : for the Lobd 
thy Giod 'hardened his spirit, 
and made his heart 'obstinate, 
tiiat he might deliver him into 
thj hand, as a^rrih this day. 
^ And the Lord said unto me, 
Behold, I have b^un to ■'•"j;;»«> 
Sihon and his land before tnee: 
begin to possess, that thou mayest 
inherit his land ^' Then 'Sihon 
came out against us, he and 
all his people, "^^^ at Jahaz. 
^ And "the Lord our God de- 
livered him '"' before us; and 
"we smote him, and his 'sons, and 
all his people. ^ And we took 
all his cities at that time, and 
•utterly destroyed "%he"S^^"«» 

dtr. inth Um women and the little ones; 
•■d tto mman, mnd the little ones, o( every city, 

we left none S^^lS^S : ^^ only the 
cattle we took for a prey unto 
onraelves, ^ the spoil of the 
cities which we ''tlS'^ aorprom 
Aroer, which is ^ the ^ of the 
^^ of Amon, and jH-om 'the 
dty that is ^ the ^55IS' ^^^^ unto 
Gilead, there was not oSe city too 
,JjJ*^ for us : "the Lord our God 
delivered "''^^'" us: ^^ only 
JS„ the land of the children of 
Amnion thou earnest Srt,?S?imto 
of the river 'Jabbok, 



aVum. 21. 
ai, XL 
Jodi. 1 1, u. 



6Ter. s. 
Nnm. aaUL 

ccb.ao.7. 
Nain.2I.SS,36. 



ii8mch.l.4. 

eTer. s,ti 
Cp. eh. as. a, < 
A Nam. aa 18 
iJndc II. IT, 
1& 



/Ba^Niim. 
21. n-as, M. 

g Num. 21. 
m 

kBMTer.M. 



i8e«I!x.4. 

31. 

> Nun. 21. 
3& 



tlKtn.4. 
U. 



I See Num. 



mCp. eh. 
7.x 

■ Seech. 7. 3 
k Pi. 135. 10— 
U. 

e eta. 29. 7. 
peh.2.S4. 
4 oh. 8. & 
rch. ai3 

Joih. 12.3 
t 13. 9, 18. 
3 Kin. la S3. 
lad. 17. 3,<U. 

• Jwh. la >, 
18. 

3 Sam. 24. C 
I eh. 4. 48. 
Joah. 11.1,17 
*l2.e. 
Fs.42.8,111. 

■ Pi. 29. 8. 
Cp. eh. 4. 48. 

• lChr.5.ZI. 
aofS.4. & 
Eiek.27.8. 

■ Pi. 44. a. 
xch.4. A 

Josh. 18. 3^18, 

17,31. 

Jer. 4& 8, 3L 

vJoeh. 12.8 
ft IS. U. 
1 Chr. 0. IL 

seh.&ieL 
Oen. 82. 33. 
Num. 21. 94. 
Joih. 12.3. 
JwlK. 11.33. 

ach.2.U, 
30. 



^nd tVtfk nifiaa of the hiU oountry, 
nor unto ""*' t'lLies in the mountains, 

no'^'i.S'SSSSJ^r the Lord our God 
forbad u& 

' Then we turned, and went 
O up the way to Bashan : and 
*^ * Og the king of Bashan came 
out against us, he and all his 
people, T* battle at "Edrel 
^ And the Lord said unto me. 
Fear him not: for I '-^"^'^ 
him, and all hia people, and his 
land, into thy hand ; and thou 
shalt do unto him as thou didst 
unto-^Sihon king of the Amorites, 
which dwelt at Heshbon. ^ So 
the Lord our God delivered into 
our £S& Og also, the king of 
Bashan, and all his people: ^and 
we smote him until none was 
left to him remaining. * And we 
took all his cities at that ^^^ 
there was not a city which we 
took not from {S^' threescore 
cities, *all the region of Areoby 
the kingdom of Og in Bashan. 
* All these StiL"i^ fenced with 
high walls, gates, and bars ; be- 
side "" "unwalled towns a great 
many. ® And "we ^utterly de- 
stroyed them, as we did unto 
Sihon king of Heshbon. utterly 
destroying "^ •""5S"^«"'- "'»• 

the women and the tittle ones. 7 'Riif 

women, and children, of erery city. ^sji"/ 

all the cattle, and the spoil of 
the cities, we took for a prey "{5° 
ourselves. * And we took '^" '»°* 
at that time out of the hand of 
the two kings of the Amorites 
theund that ^Tn^Jlild. Jordau, 
from the ^'*r'' of Arnon unto 
mount Hermon; ^ (which 'Her- 
mon the Sidonians call '^^: and 
the Amorites call it 8hl^',;)'^°aU 
the cities of the '* plain, and 
all Gilead, and all Bashan, unto 
'^t and Edrei, cities of the 
kingdom of Og in Bashan. ''^ %^ 
"only Og king of Bashan re- 



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mained of the remnant of 
.tbejse^haim. behoW, Ms bcdstead 
waa a bedstead of iron; is it 
not in '^^ of the children of 
Ammon? nine cubits was the 
length thereof, and four cubits 
the breadth of it, after the 
cubit ''of a SS.' 12 And this };sl 

we took in posaeasion nf fUni- time: e4V*nm 
vihich we poMemed a* ^O^*' time, "Om 

Aroer, which is by the ^7«t°' 
Amon, and half *• "^o~S"^ "' 
Oilead, and "the cities thereof, 
gave I unto the Beubenites and 
to the ^iSi: '^ ISi *the rest of 
Gilead, and all Bashau, i^n, the 
kingdom of Og, gave I unto the 
half tribe of Manasseh; '-^all the 
region of Argob, "«!§? aU lStS£ 
the land of 
''**Jair the son of Ma- 
nasseh took all the cSS?^ of 
U^& unto the ^U of '*^'^^*^ 
and *''«M?S^ffi"*' ; and called 
""^ •SSn"'*'^ "after his own 
B,^S^^.i»ir. unto this 



'^irSk." called 

'Sepbaim. 
gunts, 



name, 

djy) 15 y^nd r gave Gilead 
unto Machir. ^^ Ajid unto the 
Reubenites «and unto the Gad- 
ites I gave from Gilead even 

iintyx ty^a valley of Anon, the middle of 
UniO tne ' river Arnon half 

the valley, 'and the border *''''^' 
even unto the river Jabbok, 
"which is the border of the 
children of Ammon ; " the ^ta** 
also, and ^S!^l 'and the ^ 
thereof, from "Chinnereth even 
unto "the sea of the pi^'*Si» 

Hy,a Salt Sea, •,,,,,^n- 'the 'slopes of Piagah 
■-"^ salt sea, UnUOr Ashdolh-pisgahf^ 

eastward. 

'* And I commanded you at 
that time, saying, The Lord your 
God hath given you this land to 
possess it: "ye shall pass over 
armed before your brethren the 
children of Israel, all oJ^„" meet 
fSr'ffi"^. '° But your wives, and 
your little ones, and your cattle, 
"(/or I know that ye have much 
cattle,) shall abide in your cities 



aJoah.23.4. 

iSeeGeu. 
14. & 



eSSam-M.! 
* iz.ai. 
Jcr. 48. 3. 
Eiek. 21. 30 
.125.5. 

1.14. 



dCv. R«T. 
21. 17. 

« Seech. 2. 
X. 

/f>Kuni. 
27. 1& 



9 See Num. 

32.X1-38 
& Josh. la 
8— IS. 

A See Num. 
82. .18—12 
& Joeh. IS. 
a^-31. 

< See Ex. 14. 

n. 

J See Ter. 4. 



k Num. 32. 

41. 

Cp,lChr.2. 

■J3,23. 

( Jodi. 12. S 
k 13. II, U. 
■2 Sam. a 3 
& lae 
1 la S7. 88. 

mch. a 34 
til. 2 

ft 32. 8. 

1 Chr. 29. 11. 

nSseEx. 
IS. 11. 

o Num. 32. 
U. 

p Num. 32. 
as. 

q Cp. 2Sam. 
24 0. 

r ch. 4. ai 
Ex-aa. 

«Cp. Joeh. 
1.4. 

(Seech. I. 

H Num. 21. 
a. 
Joeh. IZ a. 

eCp.SCar. 
12. a. 

w See Num. 
34.11. 

X Num. 27. 

13,13. 

ych.4.49. 
Joih. a IS 

ft 12.3. 

i Kin. 14. 21. 

fSeeGen. 
14.3. 

ach.4 48 
ft mg. for mg. 
Joeli. I a 30 
ft mg. for mg. 
Cji Num. 21. 
U. 

t ch. I. as 

ft 31. 3, 7. 
Num. 27. 33. 
e Num. 32. 
20,21. 
Joeh. 1. 14 
ft4.1£ 

d Num. 32. 
1,4. 

e ch. 4. 4< 
ft34.e. 



which I have given you ; ^ "until 
the Lord h»Te S'ven rest unto your 
brethren, as ,«u a* unto you, and 
until they also possess the land 
which the Lord your God hath gi^eo 
them beyond Jordan: ^^ then 
shall ye return every man unto 
his possession, which I have 
given you. '" And I conmianded 
^Joshua at that time, saying, 
Thine eyes have seen all that 
the Lord your God hath done 
unto these two kings: so shall 
the Lord do unto tdl the king- 
doms whither thou «"^S^r '"Ye 
shall not fear them: for 'the 
Lord your ^ he " ^'^i^"^"^ 
for you. 

^^ And I besought the Lord 
at that time, saying, ^ Lord 
God, thou hast begun to shew 
thy servant "thy greatness, and 
thy ^^S^y hand: for "what ^ is 
there m heaven or in earth, that 
can do according to thy works, 
and according to thy ""^^}|hr^? 



25 Let me 
I pray 



"""'^""o "" *'"J might * 

go over, I pray tliee, „„A „f^ 

I pray tnee, let me go over, •*"u occ 

the good land that is beyond 
Jordan, that goodly mountain, 
and 'Lebanon. ^^ But 'the Lord 
was wroth with me for your 

aalroa anri hearkened not onto mo • 
SaKeS, anU would not hear mO . 

and the Lord said unto me, 
'Let it suffice thee; speak no 
more unto me of this matter. 
" *Get thee up into the top of 
'Pisgah, and lift up thine eyes 
westward, and northward, and 
southward, and eastward, and 
behold it with thine eyes : for 
thou shalt not go over this Jor- 
dan. '^ But ''charge Joshua, and 
encourage him, and strengthen 
him : for he shall go over before 
this people, and he shall cause 
them to inherit the land which 
thou shalt see. ^ So we abode 
in ' the valley over against 
Beth-peor. 



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DEUTERONOMY 



[Chap. 4, v. 19 



1 And now, O lanel, hearken ,1^. 

4Kow therefore hearken. O Israel, "*■* 
to "the statutes and unto the 
'iS^S^S: which I teach you, 
for to do ^^- "that ye may live, 
and go in and possess the land 
which the ^f^ii*" Gk)d of your 
faSS- giveth you. = /ye shall 
not add unto the word which I 
ccHnmand you, neither shall ye 
diminish „m^ firom it, that ye 
may keep the commandments 
of the Lord your God which I 
command you. ^ Your eyes have 
seen what the Lobd did because 
^of Baal-peor: for all the men 
ttuit followed Baal-peor, the 
Lobd thy God hath destroyed 
them from ^'^^^ J'oi""- * But 
ye that did cleave unto the 
Lord your God are alive eveiy 
one of you this day. ^ Behold, 
I have taught you statutes and 
^^^Stt even as the Lord my 
God commanded me, that ye 
should do so in the """'•» "" ^ 
land whither ye go •" to possess 
it. ® 'Keep therefore and do 
them; for ''this is your wisdom 
and your understanding in the 
Bight of the SSfJS: which shaU 
h^ all these statutes, and say, 
Surely this great nation is a wise 
and understanding people. ^ For 

*iirVia4- Kreat nation la there, that VfatVi 
Wnai; nation U then mo great, who "ain 

"o<S^ 80 nigh unto them, as the 
Lord our God is ,„ m^^Vouu we 
call upon him ^? ^ And what 
,Srn"Jr^e«1?St. that hath statutes 
and *J^SSu so 'righteous as all 
this law, which I set before you 
this day? ° "Only take heed to 
thyself, and ''keep thy soul dili- 
gently, lest thou forget the 
things which thine eyes hav^wen, 
and lest they depart from thy 
heart ^ the days of thy 



lite 
_ life: 
children 

. sou, 

<m<1 t\\ir children's children . 10 

ana laj aon/ sons > SpteiaUv 

•^the day that thou stoodest 



but '"^^ igST"..""" thy 



a See Lev. 

freb.3r.U. 

ech. aa4 

li oh. 14.29 
kn.ia. 

• cll. 12. 1 

ksi.a. 

1 Kin. 8. 401 
/ch. 12. U. 
Cix. Joih. 1. 7 
t l>roT. aoi • 
* B«T. 22. ig, 

la 

« Sx. la 17. 

Ach.s.22, 
3S. 
Ex. IB. 18 

*2au,si. 

(^ Ex. 24. 16, 

<Ter.<3,i>. 

ch. S. 4, 33. 

Ex. 2a 1, 111 

y See Nam. 
23.38 
*2S.3-«. 

*T«r.l». 

I Ex. 2a 22. 
IKlD. IS. 



g^' 



i Job 4. is. 

nich.D.8,11. 



o8eaEx.24. 



pSeeSx. 
ch. 21— 2& 



4ch.2aia. 

r Job 28. 18. 
Pa 111.10. 
ProT. 1.7 
kaio. 

<Joih.2& 

IL 

(Ter. 12. 



HTer. 2S. 
vaSftm. 7. 
39. 

IB Ter. 33. 
ch.5.8. 
Ex. sal 
Cp, Acte 17. 18. 

z Pi. 34. 18 
lne.1 

il4S.18 
A I4&14. 

Ci>.Jam«*4.a 
« Rom. 1. 23. 
> Rod. 7. 11. 
flTer. 3S. 

»Cp.PlOT. 
4.38. 

e ch. IT. 3;. 
Job 81. 38-38. 

<tch.6.7 
kll. 19 
*32.4a, 
(lea la It. 
See Pi. 7a 
4-& 

<3Kln. 17. 
18 

^21.8. 
Jer. a 1, oL 
Cp. Oen. 2. L 

/Ex.ia8k 
le. 
H«kl2.U,l». 



before the Lord thy God in 
Horeb, when the Lord said unto 



me. 



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Gather 



me the peopr&t 



"'^'j uatner '•■^ w»«v people tc^ether, 

and 1 will make them hear my 
words, ''that they may learn to 
fear "me all the days that they 
shau li^e upon the earth, and that 
they may teach their children. 
" ijid 'ye came near and stood 
under the mountain; and *the 
mountain burned with fire unto 
the .^dJt of heaven, with dark- 
ness, efou^i and thick darkness. 
" And *the Lord spake unto you 
out of the midst of the fire: 
ye heard the voice of t^e words, 
'^but "• saw no ^.^de; ♦'only 
ye heard a voice. '' ""And he 
declared unto you his covenant, 
which he commanded you to 
perform, even """• ten 'command- 
ments; "and he wrote them upon 
two tables of stone. '* And ^the 
Lord commanded me at that 
time to teach you statutes and 
ttmen".!if; that ye might do them 
in the land whither ye go over 
to possess it. '^ 'Take ye there- 
fore good heed unto yourselves ; 
for *ye saw no manner of ,iJS{Sidt 
on the day that the Lord spake 
unto you in Horeb out of the 
midst of the fire : ^^ "lest ye 
corrupt yourselves, and "make 
you a graven li'^.-tH'e 'Xi&d. of 
any figure, <'the likeness of male 
or female, " the likeness of any 
beast that is on the earth, the 
hkeness of any winged fowl that 
flieth in the ^tTr*"' ^° the likeness 
of any thing ttat creepeth on 
the ground, the likeness of any 
fish that is in the wS!S>'hS.*,Sh the 
earth: ^" and lest thou lift up 
thine eyes unto heaven, and 
when thou seest 'the |SS, and 
the S~S and the stars, even 'all 
the host of heaven, .h^f^elf talSRen 
awaj^and worship them, and serve 



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[Chap. 4, v. 37 



them, which the Lord thy God 
hath 'divided unto all "-LStoX'" 
under the whole heaven. 2° But 
the Lord hath taken you, and 
"brought you forth out of the 
iron nimace, „^ out of Egypt, 
''to be unto him a people of 
inheritance, as „,*„« this day. 
^ Furthermore "the Lord was 
angry with me for your sakes, 
and Bware that I should not go 
over Jordan, and that I shomd 
not go in unto that good land, 
which the Lord thy God gjyeth 
thee for an inheritance : ^ but 
I must die in this land, *I must 
not go over Jordan : but ye shall 
go over, and possess ■'that good 
land. ^^ 'Take heed unto your- 
selves, lest ye forget the covenant 
of the Lord your God, which he 
made with you, and ™make you 
a graven i^'Jr^^'i^ilS^ of any 
g|^ which the Lord thy God 
hath forbidden thee. ^ For "the 
Lord thy God is a SSSSS^ fire, 
„^ *a jealous God. 

^^ When thou shalt beget 
children, and children's children, 
and ye shall have re^od long in 
the land, «and shall corrupt your- 
selves, and make a graven |SSt 
J?h^fi&. of any thing, and 'slmll 
do "»' """'^ " evil in the sight of 
the Lord thy God, to provoke 
him to anger: *^ I *call heaven 
and earth to witness against you 
this day, that ye shall soon 
utterly perish fir<nn off the land 
whereunto ye go over Jordan to 
possess it; ye shall not prolong 
your days upon it, but shaU 
utterly be destroyed " And 
the Lord ^ shall scatter you 
among the ^S&. "^^lA. ye shall 
be left few in number among 
the SSia. whither the Lord shall 
lead you *"'. ^ And ''there ye 
shall serve gods, the work of 



aPi.llS. 

4-7 

* 135. U-17. 

lHi.44.S 

He.1. 
beta, aa 3, 3. 

Lev. 2a 40— <2. 
3Chr. 16.4, 
Neb. I.«. 
lul 55. «, 7. 
Jer. 29. 13, 14. 

(!lKln.a 
Dl. 
3»I. 11.4. 

d ch. 9. ^ 
kaa.*. 

« Seech. I. 
S7. 

/See Gen. 
40.1. 

sEz. 8«.a. 
9Chr. saa. 
Neh. a SI. 
Jonah 4. 8; 

h oh. SI. «, ai 

Joab. I. B. 

1 Chi. 2a 90. 

< ch. a 17. 
> ch. a 9S. 

k Job a 8. 

iTer.a. 

mSeeTer.M. 

n T.TL. IX. 17. 

Cit...l 11. -li 

Cji. .!i. o. :; 

la 

*29. A 
A30. 'J?, 30 
AZeiih. I. 18. 

o t-er. lii. 
cb. 5. -u, a. 

E3C.3. « 
ft 19. '21. 
Cp. lien.SZaO 
ft Kv. 24. 11 
ft 33. 2.>, Zi 
ftjuilg. e. 22, 

s> 

ftl&S2. 

pCpilHi. 
42. & 
See Ex. 20. «. 

q Ter. 16. 

r ch. 7. W 
ft me. forme. 
ft2giS. 

t cb. a 1& 

I Kin. 17.17. 

(cb.2S.B. 
Ex. 7.S. 
Jer. 32. 9L 

u See Ex. 15. 

»-ia 

ech.7. 8 
ft II. s 
ft2a8 

ftS4.U. 

9 £«L la 11. 

w Ex. a 8. 
Jer. 32. 21. 

xota.3ai8, 
w 

ft 81. 98 
ft 32. 1. 

InL 1.2. 
Jer. 2.19 
ftam 
Mieiaa. 

veil. Ex. 
laz 

• Ter.39i 
18un.e.9. 
9Sun.22.32. 
InL4aMS,99 
ft 4a 8. 
cited Mark 
12.32. 

oEx. laa, 
u 

Iieh.au. 
kSeel/cT. 

2a S3: 

cch.2ae2. 
<ieh.2aa(, 

•4. 

Jer. la IS. 

< cb. la 18. 



men's hands, wood and stone, 
"which neither see, nor hear, 
nor eat, nor smell. ^^ ''But if 
from thence t^*^! seek the 
Lord thy God, thou shalt find 
him, if thou "•'SJ^^ hun with 
all thy heart and with all thy 
souL ^° When thou art in tribu- 
lation, and all these things *are 
come upon thee;. ^.^ ^■'^in the 
latter "^g^'S SoT tSiir to the 
Lord thy God, and .h.it''S'obSdi.nt 
unto his ™|«: 3i ,gf, the Lord thy 
God is 'a merciful SSdh ''^^ ^^ 
not foSrte thee, neither destroy 
thee, nor forget the covenant of 
thy fathers which he sware imto 
them. 32 poj. tgg^ QQ.^ pf (.jjg 

days that are past, which were 
before thee, since the day that 
God created man upon the earth, 
and atk from the one ^^ of heaven 
unto the other, whether there 
hath been any muih thing as 
this great thing is, or hath been 
heard like it? ^a »Di(i ever people 
hear the voice of God speaking 
out of the midst of the fire, as 
thou hast heard, and live? ^ Or 
hath God assayed to go and take 
him a nation from the midst of 
another nation, by '''temptations, 
*by signs, and by wonoers, and 
"by war, and 'by a mighty hand, 
and "by a stretched out arm, and 
by great terrors, according to all 
that the Lord your God did for 
you in Egypt before your eyes? 
35 Unto thee it was shewed, •'that 
thou mightest know that the 
Lord he is God; 'there is none 
else beside him. ^6 oQut of 
heaven he made thee to hear his 
voice, that he might instruct thee : 
and upon earth he "^heiSftfe."*' 
his great fire ; and "thou heard- 
est his words out of the midst 
of the fire. " And because *he 
loved thy fethers, therefore he 



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[Chap. 5, v. 9 



chose their seed after them, and 
brought thee out 'li*^ his "f^^ 
with his S^^vSS;, out of E^t; 
^ 'to drive out nations from 
before thee greater and mightier 
than th^^ to bring thee in, to 

S>e thee their land for an in- 
)ritanoe,aS{ftthi8daT. ^°Knov 
thwefore this day, and ^^ ^ ,„ 
thine heart, that '^the Lord he 
is Ood in heaven ^1 and upon 
the earth beneath: •'there is 

nniu» oJaa 40 'And thou thslt keep 
none eise. Thou iluU keep therefore 

his statutes, and his command- 
ments, which I command thee 
this day, 'that it may go well 
with thee, and with thy diildren 
after thee, and that thou mayest 
prolong thy days upon the JStt 
which the Lord thy Qod giveth 
thee, for ever. 

« Then Moses '"S^S^ three 
cities ob'ISS^ Jordan toward the 
sunrising; « that 'the "SSS" 
migfat flee thither, which sb^luu 
his neighbour unawares, and 
hated him not in ^Sa past; and 
that fleeing unto one of these 
cities he might live: *^ namely, 
'Bezer in the wilderness, in the 
'•plain coimtry, '^ the Reuben- 
ites; and Ramoth in Gilead, 'S 
the Gadites; and Gk>Ian in Ba- 
shan, 'S the Manassites. 

♦*And this is the law which 
Moses set before the children 
of Israel : ^ these are the testi- 
monies, and the statutes, and 
the ^^pS^ which Moses spake 
onto the children of Israel! ]^^; 
they came forth out of ^f^* 
** o^S^i» Jordan, "in the vaUey 
over against Betii-peor, in the 
land of Sihon king of the Amor- 
ites, who dwelt at Heshbon, 
'whom Moses and tiie children 
of Israel smote, ISS they ,„S^„^ 
forth out of Egypt: *7 and they 
*^£liiSd w.'uSdL °°- and the land 



a cii. a. >, 4 

Num. 21. 0,10, 

6 Ex. SS. 14. 

OpklaLaaa. 



» oh. 7. 1 
k ii.ai. 
Ez.sis.«,» 

*S4 34. 

8M0h.S.l— s. 

<{Saecb.2. 
X. 

«Op.ch.3.9. 

/8Moh.aa. 

ffSaech. 8. 
17. 

kJ<ab.2.U. 
1 Kin. an. 
3CiiT.ao.& 
Eodei.s.1. 

< oh. a. 17 
ft DC. for mK. 

ygooTor. K. 

tUit.sa.SL 



loh.5.I( 

ftll.t 

ft 2a. 7. 
Opi PraT.& 
1.1 

ft lan. 

mob.4.>3L 
Bx. IS. 6. 
KCpi Hob. 

aa 

o Num. as. 
M4. 



poh. lai 

{Cp.0h.S4. 
10 

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ft Knm. 14. 14 
ft Jnd(. e. to. 

TEx.ao.a. 
c^au.&i». 



t Ex. ISl 1> 
ft 30.18 
ftS4.9. 

iJo«h.aa8 

ft2l. M. 

lOhr. am 

ii8M0h.a 
10. 

vForrer. 
e-o, 
■eoSx.aai- 



xoh.1.4. 
Mom. 91. U. 



»of Og king of Bashan, "» two 
kings of the Amorites, which 
were on^^Tride Jordan toward 
the sunrising; ^ "'from Aroer, 
which is ^ gj g^S of the '^;j,°' 
Amon, even unto mount '|o° 

(the aama.U /Hermon). 49 anA all fhi* 
which u Hermon. iUUX ail fcue 

Pi^'^fe5''rid6 Jordan eastward, 
even unto »the sea of the ■^^JS^ 
under 'the ^S of Pisgah. 

' And Moses called "'*° all 
C Israel, and said unto them, 
*^ Hear, O Israel, the statutes 
and ""ju^Su"" which I speak in 

Jrour ears tiiis day, that ye may 
earn them, and ^kSj^Md do them. 
" "The Lord out God made a 
covenant with us in Horeb. 
^ The Lord "made not this 
covenant with our fathers, but 
with us, even us, who are all of 
us here alive this day. * The 
LoM> ffife with you 'fewje to 
face in the mount out of the 
midst of the fire, * ('I stood 
between the Lord and you at 
that time, to shew you the word 
of the Lord : for *ye were afraid 
b^'^SSSn of the fire, and went not 
up into the mount;) saying, 

* "I am the Lord thy God, 
which brought thee out of the 
land of Egypt, "gj^' the house 
of '♦bondj^e. 

7 Thou snalt have none other 
gods * before me. 

8 Thou Shalt not make '^'Se^?,' 

miovAn imoiro thelikenet$ <ifuay totm 
graven image, or »arHkene«ii</onv«Mnff 

that is in heaven above, or that 
is in the earth beneath, or that 
is in tiie .S'S'^SiSh the earth: 
thou shalt not bow down thy- 
self unto them, nor serve them: 
for I the Lord thy God am a 
jealous God, visiting the iniquity 
of the fitthers upon the Sin 
"SoT" the third and »'»'' "» fourth 
generation of them that hate m'^ 



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'° aiid shewing mercy unto 'ttoT 
^Sd!" of them that love me and 
keep my commandments. 

'1 Thou shalt not take the 
name of the Lord thy God 'in 
vain: for the Lord will not 
hold him guiltless that taketh 
his name 'm vain. 

« ogSiT the sabbath ^iJ^i^'^ 
»^Ju^\t, as the Lord thy God 
^oi commanded thee. ^^ Six 
days l^^t labour, and do all 
thy work: ^ but ''the seventh 
day is the sabbath °S{° the Lord 
thy God: in it thou shalt not 
do any work, thou, nor thy son, 
nor thy daughter, nor thy man- 
servant, nor thy maidservant, 
nor thine ox, nor thine ass, nor 
any of thy cattle, nor thy 
stranger that is within thy gates ; 
*that thy manservant and thy 
maidservant may rest as well as 
thou. « 'And """' "^^ remember 
that thou wast a servant in the 
land of Egypt, and tkat the Lord 
thy God brought thee out thence 
thjlj^ a mighty hand and by a 
stretched out arm: therefore 
the Lord thy God commanded 
thee to keep the sabbath day. 

^^ Honour thy fether and thy 
mother, as the Lord thy God 
h^ commanded S^i "that thy 
days may be pJSSfed and that it 
may go well with thee, °SJ° the 
land which the Lord thy Qod 
giveth thee. 

" "Thou shalt *>;;?» "SSI*"- 

w "Neither shalt titiou commit 
adultery. 

^° Neither shalt thou steal 

^ Neither shalt thou bear fialse 
witness against thy neighbour. 

'^ Neither shalt thou SSIiA thy 
neighbour's ^'tl; neither shalt 
thou ^'" thy neighbour's house, 
his field, or his manservant, or 



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24. 
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/ 8m ch. 4. 



n See Ex. 
2a 18. 



aMmtt.S.11, 
27. 

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JuilM2.lL 



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H«b.] 
p ch. 18. 17. 
9 ch. 32. »i 

PB.SI. U. 
laaj. 48. 18. 
l'p.H4tL 23.37 



his maidservant, his ox, or his 
ass, or any thing that is thy 
neighbour's. 

^ These words the Lord spake 
unto all your assembly ^in the 
mount out of the midst of the 
fire, of the cloud, and of the 
thick darkness, with a great 
voice: and he added no more. 
And "he wrote them °K" two 
tables of stone, and deS^l^ed them 
unto me. '^ And it came to pass, 
'when ye heard the voice out of 
the midst of the darkness, 'j^" 
the moimtain did bum with 1™^ 
that ye came near unto me, even 
all the heads of your tribes, and 
vour elders ; ^ and ye said. Be- 
hold, the Lord our God hath 
shewed us his glory and '-Tiis 
greatness, and 'we have heard 
his voice out of the midst of the 
fire: we have seen this day that 
God doth *SSk ^th man, and he 
^livetL ^ Now therefore why 
should we die? for this great 
fire will consume us: *if we 
"hear the voice of the Lord our 
God any more, then we shall die. 
28 .'For who is there of all flesh, 
that hath heard the voice of the 
living God speaking out of the 
midst of the fire, as we have, 
and lived? " Go thou near, 
and hear all that the Lord our 
God shall say : and "speak thou 
unto us all that the Lord our 
God shall speak tmto thee ; and 
we will hear it, and do it ^And 
the Lord heard the voice of your 
words, when ye spake unto me ; 
and the Lord said unto me, I 
have heard the voice of the 
words of this people, which they 
have spoken unto thee: 'they 
have well said all that they have 
spoken. ^ "o** that there were 
such an heart in them, that they 



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would fear me, and keep all my 
commandmente always, ''that it 
might be well with them, and 
with their children for ever! 
«> Go say to them, g^l"™u?.[S your 
to^^in. " But as for thee, stand 
ibaa here by me, and ''I will 
speak unto iJiee all the SSSSSd- 
^^ and the statutes, and the 
'^^^ which thou ehalt teach 
them, that they may do them in 
the land which I give them to 
poesesB it. ^^ Ye shall observe 
to do therefore as the Lord your 
God hath commanded you : "ye 
sloU not turn aside to the right 
hand or to the left ^a* Ye shall 
walk in all the ^ which the 
LoKD yonr God hath commanded 
TOO, that ye may live, and * that 
It may be well with you, and 
that ye may prolong your days 
in the land which ye shall pos- 



1 Vrnir ^^'^ '■ *^^* oommandment, 

6a.^u»» tbeM are the conunandmeiiu, 
the statutes, and the YnfenS; 
which the Lord your God 
coaimanded to teach you, that 
ye might do them in the land 
whither ye *go """ to possess it : 
* that "thou mightest fear the 
LoKD thy God, to keep all his 
sUtates and his commandments, 
wtich I conunand thee, thou, 
and thy son, and thy son's son, 
an the days of thy life; and 
'that thy days may he prolonged. 
' Hear therefore, Israel, and 
ofaserve to do it ; that it may be 
well with thee, and that ye may 
increase mightily, 'as the ^S^i^*" 
'ktd of thy SthlS" hath promised 
-* thee, in t5. land uitTOh with 
milk fmd honey. 

*Hear, O Israel: *;&• Lord 
our God is one Lord: ^ and 
tboo 'shalt love the Lord thy 
Ood with all thine heart, and 
*ith all thy soul, and with all 



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<oh. II. U. 
ProT. S.3 

47. s. 

8«e Ex. IS. 9. 

/ch. 11.20. 
Ci>. lui. ST. 8. 

g oh. 17. 20 
4 28.M. 
Joah. I. 7 

2 Kin. 22. 2. 
Pto». 4. m. 

Jkob. iai2 
kao.a. 

Jer. 7. 2S. 
Cp. Lake 1. 0. 

<8M<sb.4. 
40. 

yJodLM. 
la 

Cp. Josh.ll. U 
t Neh. a. a 

* Fl. 105: M. 
lch.4.1 

kS.81 

* 12. 1. 
ICp.Prov. 

sa8,t. 

mch. S. 3B 
ft la 12.30 
*l&4. 
Pi. 12a l 
Eccki. 12.13. 

B Cited 
Matt 4. 10 
4Luke4^a 

ocb.ia90. 
Joih.2.12. 
p>. a3.lL 

Iial.«s.33 
4as. M. 
Jer. 12. IS. 

2>9ee ch. 4. 
to. 

<t oh. 8.19 
» 1 1. 19, » 

4 ia3,s 
4 2a 14. 

Jer. 2S.ll. 

reh. lar. 

• ch. 7. n. 
<Oeii. 16k 6 

k22.17 

iae.* 
i2ai4. 
11^.32.13. 
«8eeEz. 
act. 

ch. 7. 4 

* 1 1. 17. 
ir fitrj 

Murk 12. ». 
Cp iKVi. 42. 8 
*y.eih. 14, » 
4. John 17.3 
4ll'or. 8.4,*. 

1 Cited 
Mtitt, 4. 7 

k Luke 4. 12, 

y eh. 9. J2 
4 33. 8. 
Pb. 95. S. 
Cp. ll..r. laiL 
8eo Ex. 17, 
2-J. 

• Cited 
Matt. 22. 87 
4 Mark 12. ao 
4 Luke la 27. 
C^SKiu.23. 
2& 

aoh. II, ss. 
Ps. Iia4. 



thy might ® And "these words, 
which I command thee this day, 
shall be T" thine heart: ' and 
"thou shalt ♦teach them dili- 
gently unto thy children, and 
shalt talk of them when thou 
sittest in thine house, and when 
thou walkest by the way, and 
when thou liest down, ana when 
thou risest up. * 'And thou 
shalt bind them for a sign upon 
thine hand, and they shall be '^' 
frontlets between tliiiie eyes. 
° •'^And thou shalt write them 
upon the ^°°' posts of thy house, 
and "SS" thy gates. 

^° And it shall be, when the 
Lord thy God shall h.^e'^^ught 
thee into the land which he 
sware unto thy fathers, to Abra- 
ham, to Isaac, and to Jacob, to 
^ve tti"' great and goodly cities, 
■'which thou buildedst not, " and 
houses full of all good things, 
which thou filledst not, and 

clBtenu hewn out, tirlii/>Vi ^Virku bewedst 
wella digged, Wmcn tnOU dlggedst 

not, vineyards and olive trees, 
which thou plantedst n?t^^m 
thou shalt iuiTe*»ten and be full ; 
^^ 'then beware lest thou forget 
the Lord, which brought thee 
forth out of the land of Egypt 
"ftom' the house of * bondage. 
" Thou shalt "fear the Lord 

t\\Tr God; n-nA him shalt thou serve, anA 

luy God, ana serve him, anu 
"shalt swear by his name. ■** Ye 
shall not ^go after other gods, 
'of the gods of the ^^ which 
are round about you ; ^^ (j" 
"the Lord thy God '"i,";" JJaio'ii"' 
"""b'od i^o'SgToa')^' "lest the anger 
of the Lord thy God be kindled 
against thee, and ''• destroy thee 
from off the face of the earth. 

ie »Ye shall not tempt the 
Lord your God, "as ye tempted 
him in Massah. " Ye shall 
"diligently keep the command- 
ments of the Lord your God, 



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and his testimonies, and his 
statutes, which he hath com- 
manded thee. ^" "And thou 
shalt do that which is right 
and good in the sight of the 
Lord: that it may be well with 
thee, and that thou mayest go 
in and possess the good land 
which the Lord sware unto thy 
fethers, « «to '^ out all thine 
enemies from before thee, as the 
Lord hath spoken. 

'^ jMi^^ thy son asketh thee 
*in time to come, saying, What 
mean the testimonies, and the 
statutes, and the ^j'ifcn'tS; which 
the Lord our Gkid ham com- 
manded you ? ^ then thou shalt 
say unto thy son, •^ We were Pha- 
raoh's bondmen in Egypt; and 
the Lord brought us out of 
Egypt with a mighty hand : 
^ and "*the Lord shewed signs 
and wonders, great and 'sore, 
upon Egypt, upon Pharaoh, and 
upon aU his h^iSSla. before our 
eyes: ^^ and he brought us out 
from thence, that he might bring 
us in, to give us the land which he 
sware unto our fathers. ^And 
the Lord commanded us to do aU 
these statutes, "to fear the Lord 
our God, "for our good always, 
that «he might preserve us alive, 
as it {, at ttiis day. ^ And *it 
shaU be '^^u'faSSS.JinSs.'* if we 
observe to do all tl^ SSSSSSSSt. 
before the Lord our God, as he 
hath commanded us. 

"• When the 'Lord thy God 
*7 shall bring thee into the land 
• whither thou goest to possess 
it, and ^ 'cast out many nations 
before thee, "the g'iV^ and the 
SWi'iiS. and the iSS^i^ and the 
S:SSS'& and the ^i^^l^ and the 
Rl;}i^ and the /e^'^ seven na- 
tions "greater and mightier than 
thou; ^'apd when the Lord thy 



i ch. 90. 17. 
Ex. 22.x. 
her. 27. IB. 
Num.21. 2,1. 
Joih. la 1, 17, 
an 

t 1 1. 11, II, Hi. 

cEx.aa.a 
ka*.ia. 
Jad<.2.1. 

cp. ch. sa 10 

A Jodi. 2. 14 

AS. 18 

* Juds. 1. 34. 

d £i. 34. le. 
Joih.2S.U, 
13. 

IKin. II. 1 
Op. Ems. 3. 

• Ex. 23. 
«— aa 

Num. 83. 02, 
a. 

/Ex. i2.aa 
*iai4. 

^ch. 6. 16. 

kCp.ch.4. 
96 
*2a90. 

t8MEx.S4. 
13. 



^ 



CpiEz. 



R.V. > Heb. plMlr of. 
A.V. • HtliL to normiL 



k rer. SS. 

Ich. 14.3 
*2S. 1> 
*2B.>. 
Ex. IS. < 

Jer. 2. 3. 
Amo«8.s. 
I Pet. 2. S. 
8m Ex. is. S. 

m F>. ISS. S. 
8Mch.4.34. 

H Ter. S, 13. 

ch. la 13. 
Jer. 82. 3>. 

P ch. 10. U, 
lKL4a.4 
ltB3.». 
Jer. SI. 3l 
Hoi. II. L 
M^ 1.9. 
lEmLB-ST. 

och.4.1 
A8.1. 

Cp. Lev. la 6 
AFi.41. 3. 

r Ex. 32. 13. 
Pt. I05. »-ll. 
Luke I. 72,73. 

« eh. 24.11. 

> ch. 31. 1. 
n.4«.%«. ' 

«ImL4«i7. 
I Cor. I. • 

It 10.13. 

> Cor. I. la 
1 Then. s. 94. 
3.TheM. 3. 3. 
9 Tim. 2. 13. 
Heh. la 83. 
iJohn 1.9: 

• ch. 5. 10. 
Ex. 2aS. 

3 Chr. 6. 14. 
Neh. I. i 
AS. 39. 
Dan. 8. 4. 

<eB«iEz. 
23.83. 

X Job 84.11. 
leaLsalR. 
Nah. I.3,& 

■lch.4.J8 
&B. 1 
& 11.93. 

• Ter. SS. 

0h.2&14. 

aCpL2FM. 
3. 91 



< Hab. dewto. 
t Bih.miL 



God shall deliver them "" before 
«1S-ee"* thou shalt smite g™' 
then thon thsit «» utterly destroy 

them; "thou dialt make no 
covenant with them, nor shew 
mercy unto them: ^ ''neither 
shalt thou make marriages with 
them; thy daughter thou shalt 
not give unto nis son, nor his 
daughter shalt thou take unto 
thy son. * For they will turn 
away thy son from following 
me, that they may serve other 
gods: 'so will the anger of the 
Lord be kindled against you, 
and '-'^ destroy thee iSfieSj: 
^ But thus shall ye deal with 
them; 'ye shaU Tit«7° their 
altars, and "^^H^ their \'^^ 
and ^7 down their '^J^T" and 
*bum their graven images with 
fire. ' For 'thou art an holy 
people unto the Lord thy God: 
the LoRp thy God hath chosen 
thee to be 'a ^'" people unto 
himself, *above all ^^'^ that 
are upon the face of the earth. 
' The Lord did not set his love 
upon you, nor choose you, be- 
cause ye were more in number 
than any people; for ye were 
the fewest of aU ^^: » but 
p because the Lord fj.^ you, 
and because he would keep ''the 
oath which he h.r7J^ unto your 
fathers, hath the Lord brought 
you out with a mighty band, 
and redeemed you out of the 
house of £StoS5, from the hand 
of Pharaoh king of Egypt. 
° Know therefore that the Lord 
thy God, he is ^- "the faithful 
God, 'which keepeth covenant 
and mercy with them that love 
him and keep his conunand- 
ments to a thousand generations; 
^° and "repayeth them that hate 
him to their race, to destroy them : 
'he will not be slack to hun that 



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hateth him, he -will repay him to 
his &ce. ''^ *Thoa snalt there- 
f«e keep the SSS^^SSfi. and 
the statutes, and the f^^it 
which I command thee this day, 
to do them. 

^ wtej^ora it shall come to 
V^^y^yS^ ye hearken to these 
^J^^SSS" and keep, and do them, 
that the Lord thy God shall 
keep ^'^ thee -^the covenant and 
the mercy which he sware imto 
thy &ther8 : ^^ and he will ^love 
thee, and bless thee, and multiply 
thee : *he will also bless the fioiit 
<rf thy ,,^t. and the fruit of thy 
•Sf- thy SS, and thy Z&l and 
thine oil, the mcrease of thy uqI 
and the JS3Sf<S'i£r.'!^ in the land 
miach he sware unto thy Others 
to gire thee. ^ Thou shalt be 
Ueaaed above all ^p'^: 'there 
shall not be male or female bar- 
ren amonff you, or among your 
cattle. ^ And the Lord will 
take away from thee all '^^^: 
and ^ wiU put none of the evil 
'diseases of Egypt, which thou 
knowest, upon u^w; but will lay 
them upon all them that hate 
thea * And 'thou shalt con- 
sDine all the ^'1? which the 
LoKD Ay God shall deUver "°'° 
thee; * thine eye shall h.™'no 
^^%,„ them: neither shalt thou 
iterre their gods; for that will 
be 'a snare unto thee. '^ If 
tfwa daait say in thine heart, 
llieae nations are more than 
I; how can I dispossess them? 
^ "then shalt not be afraid of 
them: ^3* shalt well 'remember 
what the Lord thy God did unto 
Ilaraoh, and unto all Egvpt; 
^ the great 'temptations which 
thine eyes saw, 'and the signs, 
and the wonders, and the mi^ty 
hand, and the stretched out 
arm, whereby the Lord thy God 



b Ex. oa-aa. 
J0d1.94.12. 



eforrw. 

lt-l<,M« 

eh. aa 1-14 
khn.aa. 
>— 13. 

dch.a.u. 
N«m.li.a> 

AI4.14. 
JodL&IO; 

< eh. la IT. 
Nch. I. B 
A4.14 

&9. si 

Cp.eh.2& W. 

/Pi. 105.8. 
Luke 1.16,72. 

tlEl.aa.3t, 
30. 

JkCjk John 
14^11. 

<eh.aaa. 

/Tent 



t Joeh. m. 

it 1 1, 1!^ 
See Joib. 12. L 
lEx. 2a9& 

m See ch. g. 
U 

|> ch. 1 1. 39. 
Joeh. I. 5 
* las 
tas.9. 



och.aa97, 
OOt. 
Ex. 8. 14 

Ala. 98. 

p Ter. S. 
ch. 12.3. 
Cp. Ex. 32. 90 
k 1 Chr. 14. 12. 

qCp^ Joah. 
7.1,ai 
&lMacl2.40. 

r ver. 2. 

< See Ter. 16. 

I eb. la 8 
A 19. 13,21 
kaB.13. 



MTCr.Ui. 

ch. 12. so. 
JudK. a. 27. 
8ee£x. 23.33: 

• ch. la 17. 
L>T. 27. 28. 
Joih.ai7,18 
»7. L 
Ciil1Uc4.IS. 

w ch. I. 29 

kai.a. 

«Pl.77. U 
* IOS.& 

■rch.4.1 
k 5.31,83 
i&l-S. 



seh.a.32 
kii.3. 



a oh. 1. 8 
ka.1 

*29. 8. 
Amoe 2.1111 



brought thee out: so shall the 
Lord thy God do unto all the 
^^1? of whom thou art afraid. 
^Moreover 'the Lord thy God 
will send the hornet among them, 
until they that are left, and 'hide 

themMlTM,Mriih from before thee. 21 nPhmi 
tbemselves from thee, be destroyed. -■' u^u 

shalt not be afirighted at them : 
for the Lord thy God is '^on| 
'^otkSl^^tf^ God ■Sn^d" terribla 
22 1'And the Lord thv God will 
tp?t out those nations before thee 
by httle and httle: thou mayest 
not consume them 'at once, lest 
the beasts of the field increase 
upon thee, ^a jgut the Lord 
thy God shall deliver them 
""jiSS" thee, and shall "^SSS^' 
them with a SUV^teJS, until 
they be destroyed. "* And *he 
shall deliver their kings into 
thine hand, and thou shalt dMti^ 
"""''ttS?^^^ from under heaven: 
"there shall no man be able to 
stand before thee, until thou 
have destroyed them, ^s xhe 
graven images of their gods 
^shaU ye bum with fire: uiou 
'shalt not SSl the sUver or *^ 
gold that is on them, nor take it 
unto thee, lest thou be 'snared 
therein : for it is an abomination 
to the Lord thy 8Sl.= 26 ^d^ttoa 
.hSl'thou bring an abomination 
into thine house, ^ &»& Vs;?JS^ 
thing like »,?^6li= thou shalt 
utterly detest it, and thou shalt 
utterly abhor it; 'for it is a 
"^^ thing. 

Q ' All the ^^^d^elS^^ which 
Q I command thee this day 
"shall ye observe to do, that 
ye may live, and multiply, and 
go in and possess the land which 
the Lord sware unto your fathers. 
2 And thou shalt remember all 
the way which the |jORD thy 
God ""'^ led thee "these forty 
years in the wilderness, "-*»'•,'»'«*'» 



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[Chap. 9, v. 3 



bumble thee, and "to prove thee, 
^to know what was in thine 
heart, 'whether thou wouldest 
keep his commandments, or no. 
* And he humbled thee, and 
■^sutlered thee to hunger, and 
'fed thee with manna, which 
thou knewest not, neither did 
thy fathers know ; that he might 
make thee know that ^man doth 
not live by bread only, but by 
every SjJ^ that proceedeth out 
of the mouth of the Lord doth 
man live. *'"Thv raiment waxed 
not old upon thee, neither did 
thy foot swell, these forty years. 
' Thoa'tet'Sui consider in thine 
heart, that, °as a man chasteneth 
his son, so the Lord thy God 
chasteneth thee. ^ Therefore thou 
shalt keep the commandments 
of the Lord thy God, to walk in 
his ways, and to fear him. ^ For 
the Lord thy God bringeth thee 
into a good land, 'a land of 
brooks of water, of fountains 

otmI "JepthB, springing forth in vallpVB 
anU depths that gprlng out of VautjyB 

and hills ; ^ a land of ;5St and 
barley, "and JiSS. and fig l]^ and 
pomegranates; a land *of oil 
oljvf and honey ; ® a land where- 
in thou shalt eat bread without 
scarceness, thou shalt not lack 
any thing in it; a land whose 
stones are iron, and out of 
whose hills thou mayest dig 
brass. '° ^^L thou ^TJ^ and 
is full, ^A thou shalt bless the 
Lord thy God for the good land 
which he hath given thee. " Be- 
ware thir^^u°?oSef Sot the Lord thv 
God, in not keeping his conmiand- 
ments, and his ftfcsS;- and his 
statutes, which I command thee 
this day: '"' *lest when thou hast 
eaten and art full, and hast built 
goodly houses, and dwelt therein ; 
'^ and when thy herds and thy 
flocks multiply, and thy silver 



a Ter. 18. 
E>. IS. 'a. 
» Cp. s Chr. 

82. 31. 

eCp.Kx. 
IS. 4 
t Judc S. 4. 

dOpi.lOaT. 
*.7. 

<PK7aii 

* 108.31. 

/Ex. IS. a, a. 
t Ex. la 11, 

14,10,31. 

CpLNom. II. 
e-» 
A2I.S. 
kSwioh. I. 

in 

<Niim.2l.«. 
IsaLSag. 

iCIUid 
MatL 4. 4 
IL Luke 4. 4. 
Op. John 6. 
4»-SL 

k Hoi. IS. i. 

I Ex. 17. t. 
Num. aa 11. 

FI.78.U 
t 114.8. 
Cp.ch. 32.13. 

mch. 28. &. 
Noh.a.11. 

n Ter. 8. 

Sx. IS. IS, 

ProY. 3. IS. 
Hub. 12. e, 6. 
Op. 1 gun. 7. 
14 

i PlOT. S9. 17 
&Uo«. 10*10 
ft Rot. a It. 

p Cp. Jer. 
24.11-7 
ft neb. 12; II. 

4CpkCh.a4. 

r Cp, ProT. 
10.21 
ftUo<.9:& 

• ch. 11.10— 
12 

( oh. 7. 8, U. 



«Cp, Mom. 
aat. 



iiOp,oh.4, 
as 

ft SO ID. 



trCp. Dfta. 

a. 11,19. 



xch. II. SI 
ft 12. 10. 
Josh. 1. 11. 



v8eeota.4. 



s oh. & 11, 12 
ft2a47 
ft 32. IK 

iToT. ao. >. 

Hoi. 13. «. 
a Bee Nam. 

lan. 

tch. I.9B. 



and thy gold is multiplied, and 
all that thou hast is multiplied ; 
^* ''then thine heart be lifted up, 
and thou 'forget the Lord thy 
God, which brought thee forth 
out of the laud of Egypt, f^£^ 
the house of bondage; ^' who 
*led thee through t^'t great and 
terrible wilderness, ' wherein 
were fiery SJpeSS, and scorpi- 

nna I'anA tUratr ground where mm «^ 
OnS, anu drouglit, where Uiere mu UO 

water; 'who brought thee forth 
water out of the rock of flint ; 
^^ who fed thee in the wilderness 
Mrith "manna, which thy fathers 
knew SSt' that he might humble 
thee, and that he might prove 
thee, ^to do thee good at thy 
latter "Sd! " and «thou say in 
thine heart, Mv power and the 
might of mine hand hath gotten 
me this wealth, ^^ But thou 
shalt remember the Lord thy 
uSd". for ""it is he that giveth 
thee power to get JSl^,' 'that 
he may establish his covenant 
which he sware unto thy others, 
as ^i, this day. ^° And it shall 
be, if thou do'^'aii forget the 
Lord thy God, and walk after 
other gods, and serve them, and 
worship them, 'I testify against 
you this day that ye shall surely 
perish. 2° As the nations which 
the Lord ""^Stroyefi?"^ before 
roMfkoe, "SO shall ye perish; be- 
cause ye would not be^Sit unto 
the voice of the Lord your God. 
^ Hear, O Israel: ^ art 
Q ''to pass over Jordan this 
^ day, to go in to possess 
nations "greater and mightier 
than thyself cities great and 
fenced up to heaven, ^ a people 
great and taU, "the ehlfSen of the 
A£uiimi*whom thou knowest, and 
of whom thou hast heard say, 
^Vho can stand before the chSSIU 
of ISX! ' un§e".S!Lnd therefore this 



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daj, thai the Lobd thy (iiod ia 
he which "goeth over before thl^. 
as »a SSSSiSi'fe he shaU de- 
stroy them, and he shall bring 
them down before tii^fSc«: *80 
shalt thoa drive them out, and 
""^dJSl^ tSeSr^ quickly, as the 
LoKD hath "^Sm" onto thee. 
*■ 'Speak not thou in thine 
heart, after that the Lord thy 
God hath *^ them out from 
before tiiee, saying. For mv 
righteousness the Lobd haui 
broo^t me in to possess this 
land: ''tat** 'for the wickedness 
of these natiom the Lord doth 
drive them out from before thee. 

* *Not for thy righteousness, or 
for the uprightness of thine 
heart, dost thou go '" to possess 
tbeir land: but for the wicked- 
ness of these nations the Lord 
thy God doth drive them out 
from before thee, and that he 
may '^i^ *the word which the 
Lord sware unto thy feithers, *° 
Abraham, *^ Isaac, and *° Jacob. 

* v£^Z«i therefore, that the 
Lord thy God giveth thee not 
this good land to possess it for 
thy righteousness; for thou art 
'a stiffiiecked peopla ^ Re- 
member, Jsa^f^ not, how thou 
proTokedst the Lord thy God to 
wiath in the wilderness: ''from 
the day that thou ^SSifJe'Sit out 
of the land of Egypt, until ye 
came unto this place, ye have 
been rebellions against the Lord. 

* Also 'in Horeb ve provoked 
the Lord to wrath, „'th»t the 
Lord was angry with you to 
have destroyed jou. ^ "When 
I was gone up mto the mount 
to receive the tables of stone, 
even die tables of the covenant 
which the Lord made with you, 
then I abode in the mount 'forty 
days and forty S^S,'} giftfSl'SS eat 
bread nor drink ;;:!S- '"AndHhe 



a ch. SI. X. 

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bettch.4. 



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/Ex.aa.7,8. 
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Ler. la M, 2S 
Cp.oh.2ai8u 



3.S. 

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S9 
t Jodg. 2. 17. 



i Ex. 32. a. 



tSMUoD. 

sau. 
ISx.82.UI. 

m ch. 7. M 
&2f. 19 
129. a>. 

Ex. 17. U 

Klliim. 14. 

13. 



*Bx. 82.10. 

poh. iai& 
Ex.82.» 
ft3S.i,t 

k34.^at 
<ch.4.u 

Ex. lau, 

rytt.9L 
ch. SI. a. 
Cp. Kx.M.11 
&I5.M 

tie. a 
kn.i. 

Num. 11.4 

tl4.3;U.« 

txyt 

t2I.S 

A3S.1. 

<El.8a.M. 

(Ex. 82.4. 
Pi. 105.181 



■(■x.a4.13. 



• Bx.34.2e. 
CikPi. ioe.a. 

If TW. ft 

ch. laia 

Z Ex. 24.18 

&S4. W. 
C> 1 Kin. la 8 
& Matt. 4. 2 
Jt Luke 4. 1,2. 

vch.4.2ft. 

< Ex. SI. 1& 



Lord delivered unto me '•*• two 
tables of stone written with the 
finger of God; and on them 
was written according to all the 
words, which the Lord spake 
with you in the mount out of 
the midst . of the fire ''in the 
day of the assembly. ^^ And it 
came to pass at the end of forty 
days and forty nights, that the 
Lord gave me the two tables 
of stone, even the tables of the 
covenant ^^ And the Lord said 
unto me, -^ Arise, get thee down 
quickly from hence ; for thy 
people which thou hast brought 
fortn out of Egypt have cor- 
rupted themselves; they are 
'quickly turned aside out of 
the way which I commanded 
them; they have made them a 
molten image. '^-^Furthermore 
the Lord spake unto me, saying, 
I have seen this people, ancC be- 
hold, it is ^a stifmecKed people: 
^* 'let me alone, iJiat I may de- 
stroy them, and "blot out their 
name from under heaven : and 
"I will make of thee a nation 
mightier and greater than they. 
'^ *So I turned and came down 
from the mount, and < the mount 
burned with fire: and the two 
tables of the covenant were in 
my two hands. '^ And 'I looked, 
and, behold, ye had sinned against 
the Lord your §^;J^ had made 
you a molten calf: »ye had 
turned aside quickly out of the 
way which the Lord had com- 
manded you. " And I took ^'^ *' 
the two tables, and cast them 
out of my two hands, and brake 
them before your eyes. '"And 
I 'fell down before the Lord, 
"as at the first, forty days and 
forty SilSlS; I did neither eat M 
nor drink ™tS,' because of all 
your ,*'n, which ye sinned, "in 
doing "»'ti!*odT'"^' in the sight 



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of the Lord, to provoke him to 
anger. ^" For I was afraid of 
the anger and hot displeasure, 
wherewith the LoBD was wroth 
against you to destroy you. *But 
the Lord hearkened unto me .t 
that time also. ^ And the Lord 
was very angry with Aaron to 
have destroyed him: and I 
prayed for Aaron also the same 
time. ^ And ""I took your sin, 
tiie calf which ye had made, 
and burnt it with fire, and 
stamped it, J^'^SU it very 
small, CM» until it was as ,^ 
as dust: and I cast the dust 
thereof into the brook that 
descended out of the mount. 
22 And at "Taberah, and at 
'^Massah, and at 'Eibroth-hat- 
taavah, ye provoked the Lord to 
wrath. 23 L,^^ 'when the Lord 
sent you from Kadesh-bamea, 
saying, (jO up and possess the 
land which I have given you; 
then ye rebelled against the 
commandment of the Lord your 
God, and "ye believed him not, 
nor hearkened to his voice. 
2* «Ye have been rebellious 
against the Lord from the day 
that I knew you. =* ^, I fell 
down before the Lord "" forty 
days and fortv "^^u^*^ I fell 
down at ouAra '> Dccause the Lord 
had said he would destroy you. 
'^I'^yU&llLfcr. unto the Lord, 
and said, O Lord God, destroy 
not thy people and thine inherit- 
ance, which thou hast redeemed 
through thy greatness, which 
thou hast brought forth out 
of Egypt with a mighty hand. 
" Remember thy servants, Abra- 
ham, Isaac, and Jacob ; look not 
unto the stubbornness of this 
people, nor to their wickedness, 
nor to their sin: ^ lest the 
land whence thou broughtest us 



b ch. la la 
Ex. 32. 14 
Asa 17. 

ccli.«.». 
1 Kin. a U. 
Neh. I. 10. 

Cp.Pi.gs.7. 



dBx.82.a). 



/Ex.3ai<i. 



cKam. II. 
I-a 

h El 17. 7. 

iNum. II. 
S4. 

iEx.ta.li, 

91. 

t Kx. 2a 10 

AS7. 1. 

I Num. la 3 
AI4.L 

mBx.S4.4. 



oFiLioau, 

pBz.aaL 

ff T«r. 7. 
ch. SI. 27. 

raMcfa.a 



iSx. a«.9>i 
iiEz.40.«. 
*iKiii.a>. 

wSmEi. 
32. 11-13. 



xNum-sa 
30, ai. 
vCjkMom. 

2a 28 

Asasa. 



<NiiiD.sa 
33, n. 



aKoin. a 6 
ia 14 
1 laa. 
Cp. 1 chr. 23. 

13. 

bllmn.4.1, 
11. 



out say, "Because the Lord wa 
not able to bring them into th* 
land which he promised "''° them 
and because he hated them, h* 
hath brought them out to sla; 
them in the wilderness. 29 eye 
they are thy people and thim 
inheritance, which thou brought 
est out by thy ,SSty power an< 
by thy stretched out arm. 

^ At that time the Lori 
10 said unto me, 'Hew the 
two tables of stone lik 
unto the first, and come up unt 
me into the mount, and -^mak 
thee an ark of wood. 2 ^d 
will write on the tables th 
words that were j? the firs 
tables which thou brakest, an< 
Hhou shalt put them in the arl 
3 ^i I made an ark *of ISm, 
wood, and '"hewed two tables c 
stone like unto the first, ani 
went up into the mount, havin 
the two tables in mine han< 
* And "he wrote on the tables 
according to the first writing 
the ten "commandments, *whic 
the Lord spake unto you in th 
mount out of the midst of tb 
fire 'in the day of the assembly 
and the Lord gave them unt 
me. * And I turned niywif an 
'came down from the moon 
and "put the tables in the ar 
which I had made; 'and thei 
they be, as the Lord commande 
me. ° 'aS? the children of Isra« 
u»k'te%1in., from 'Beeroth 5^ 

cbUdten of Jaaku K> Hoeen • 'UCI 

Aaron died, and there he wi 
buried; and Eleazar his so 
ministered in the priest's offi< 
in his stead. ' 'From then< 
they journeyed unto Gndgodal 
and from Gudgodah to 'f^l 
almdof^'^^^'^^ sAtthj 
time "the Lord separated tl 
tribe of Levi, ''to bear the ai 



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[Chap, ii, v. 7 



of the coTenaot of the Lord, 
^to stand before the Lord to 
minister unto him, and °to bless 
in his name, unto this day. 
» ''Wherefore Led hath no ^^ 
nor inheritance with his brethren ; 
the LoBD is his inheritance, ac- 
cording as the Lord thy God 
"JIJSUSi wJr' '° And *I stayed 
in the meant, uo,Sd£^ to the 'first 
time;, forty days and forty S{*g{;i 
iand the Lord hearkenea unto 
me ^ that time ^i^Vd the Lord 
woold not destroy thee. " 'And 
the Lord said unto me. Arise, 
*take thy journey before the 
SS?ll={£S they '^ go in and 
possess the land, which I sware 
unto their fothers to give unto 
them. 

" And now, Israel, 'what doth 
the Lord thy God require of 
thee, but «to fear the Lord thy 
God, *to walk in all his ways, and 
*to love him, and to serve the 
Lord thy God with all thy heart 
and with all thy soul, ^^ "to keep 
the coomiandments of the Lord, 
and his statutes, which I com- 
mand tiiee this day 'for thy 
good? ^ Behold, '^It. SSv'^'i.d"^ 

Ood bdongetta the heaven, and the beaven of 
tke beaTcn at baaTen* w the Lobd'd thy 

•"c^* *the eaS^, with aU that 
therein is. ''Only "the Lord 
had a delight in thy fathers to 
love them, and he chose their 
seed after them, even you 'above 
all ^^H" as « *. this day. ^e qij.. 
comciae therefore 'the foreskin 
of your heart, and be no more 
^stiJfoecked. ^^ For the Lord 
your *^Ghi^ is *God of gods, 
and >Lord of lords, *^» great 
God, *^ mighty, and ^ terrible, 
which 'r^araeth not persons, 
nor taketh S::^. ^^ -He doth 
execute the ^^^St* of the fether- 
]em and widow, and loveth the 
stranger, in giving him food 



aE1.2s.11 

*2S.9. 
Im. IS. S, U. 
b ch. 17. 13 

* la e, 7. 

c ch. 21. s. 
Ler. 9. 21. 
See Num. 6. 

s— an. 

d See Num. 
la 90. 

<ch. 11.93 
kl3.4 
*3a90. 

/8aech.a. 
la. 

VPl.22.3 

Aioai. 

Jar. 17. 1< 

kcli.S.l>,9ei 

t3Siin.7.33. 
PiL 106.31,2. 

>ch.SLia. 

tQen.4a.17. 
El. I. g. 
Up. Acta 7. M. 

1EZ.8S.U 
ASS.1. 

m cU. 28. 63. 
Neh. a. 33. 
See Oen. 16. B. 

itSeech.e.ft. 

oCp. Buk. 
44.16. 
See LeT. S. 35. 

pCp. Mic 

aSe*eh.a 
ill 
reb.31. 13. 
« Beech. 5. 

n. 

t See ch. a s. 
■ich.4.3« 

J fornix) 
las. 
• cb.a2t 

l«ch.7.U. 
cSeech. 4. 
M. 

foKam 
4 7. i«. 
< ch. a SI 

alKln.a3T. 

3 Chr. a 18. 
Neh. a a. 
Pl IIS. la 
lBU.6ai. 

fr Ex. la a 

Fl.24.1. 

e oh. 4. 37. 
Cpi ch. 7. 7. 

d Ex. 14. 37, 

38 

* la », la 

Pi. loail. 

<ch.aaa 

Jer. 4. *. 

Cp. Acta 7. n. 
/See Pa. 7a 

14-40. 
08eech.aa 
lkJoah.2a. 

19. 

Pl isaa. 

I>U1.2.I7 

tii.aa 
iNom. la 

4 27.3. 
Pa. lOa 17. 

y Rer. 17. 14 
4 la la 

k Neb. a. n. 
Seech. 7. a. 
1 3 Chr. la 7. 

Job 34. la 
Acu la St, 
Rom. 2.11. 

Gal. a a 
Epta.aa 
Col. a la 

1 Pet. 1. 17. 

m Pi. sat 
4 i4s.a 
Cp. ch. 24. 17 
4 El. 22. S. 



and raiment '* "Love ye there- 
fore the stranger: for ye were 
strangers in the land of Egypt. 
«> 'Thou Shalt fear the Lord 
thy God; him shaJt thou ^^Snl 
and 



to him shalt thou cleave, 

on/i ^hy hia name shalt thou swear. 21 ff ITa 
ailU rwear by his nama *ae 

is thy praise, and he is thy God, 
*that nath done for thee these 
great and terrible things, which 
thine eyes have seen. '^ Thy 
£athers went down into f^ypt 
*with threescore and ten persons; 
and now the Lord thy God hath 
made thee '"as the stars of heaven 
for multitude. 

1 Therefore "thou shalt 
H love the Lord thy God, 
and "keep his charge, and 
his statutes, and his ^jJ^Sta- and 
his commandments, aiway. ^And 
know ye this day: for / speak 
not with ""your children which 
have not knowiL and which have 
not seen **the chastisement of 
the Lord your God, 'his great- 
ness, 'his mighty hand, and his 
stretched out arm, ^ "and his 
mfSs, and his T^f- which he 
did in the midst of Egypt unto 
Pharaoh the king of Egypt, and 



unto all his land; * and what 
he did unto the army of Egypt, 
unto their horses, and to their 
chariots; ''how he made the 
water of the Red ^ to overflow 
them as they pursued after you, 
and how the Lord hath destroyed 
them unto this day ; ° and -^what 
he did unto you in the wilder- 
ness, until ye came ?^^ this place; 
B and 'what he did unto Dathan 
and Abiram, the sons of EUab, 
the son of ReSblS; how the earth 
opened her mouth, and swallowed 
them up, and their households, 
and their tents, and Su Si't'lXun'S 

tliat foUovea tbem, i„ thti 

tnai; ^mu in their posseaston, 1" 'D® 

midst of all Israel: ^ but your 



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RM. ' Or, 
t Heb. go injourmif. 



out of ' Or, inttruetion 

t Or. iMav mttlnua whicK/oUoiMd Mwii. 



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eyes have seen "all the great 
'^ of the Lord which he did. 
^ Therefore shall ye keep all 
the ~^SSdmenui wMch I Command 
^^ this day, that ye may "be 
strong, and go in and possess 
the land, whither ye go ■"" to 
possess it; ^ and *that ye may 
prolong your days "gj" the land, 
'which the LoKD sware unto 
your fathers to giye unto them 
and to their seed, *a land thSto^th 
with milk and honey. ^° For the 
land, whither thou goest in to 
possess it, is not as the land of 
Egypt, from whence ye came 
ou^ where thou sowedst thy 
seed, and wateredst it with thy 
foot, as a garden of herbs : ''^-'but 
the land, whither ye go <"™' to 
possess it, is a land of hills and 
valleys, and drinketh water of 
the rain of heaven: ^' a land 
which the Lord thy God "careth 
{gj: ""the eyes of the Lord thy God 
are always upon it, from the be- 
ginning of the year even unto 
the end of the year. 

^^ And it shall come to pass, 
if ye shall hearken diligentlv 
unto my commandments which 
I command you this day, <to 
love the Lord your Gk>d, and to 
serve him with all your heart 
and with all your soul, ^* that 
*I will give yo^ the rain of your 
land in u,"3„e season, "the ^°fl™f 
rain .and the latter rain, that 
thou mayest gather in thy com, 
and thy wine, and thine oiL 
« "And I will t^^^d grass in thy 
fields for thy cattle, J£?t 'thou 
^^ eat and be fulL ^^ Take 
heed to yourselves, {{S^ your 
heart be not deceived, and ye 
turn aside, and ''serve other 
gods, and worship them; ^^ and 

/the anger of the Lord >»> 1rin<1l<w1 a 
(A«n the Lord's wtmth D© KuKUea a- 

gainst you, and he 'shut up the 



a Jni^-2. 7. 



kch.4.1> 

kao.w. 

Joah. 28.11, 

«eh.Sl.e,?. 
Joeh. 1. 6, 7, a. 

dSMoh. 
aa. 

«8Mch. 

4.«l. 

/SMCh. 

e.& 

(7S«eG«n. 
aO-M. 



ick.e.% 

*8M0h.4. 
401 



lPi.aaHi 

m Cp. 1 Kin. 

as 

* Jv. 24. & 
» oh. a 17. 
Seech, la 

20. 
J) See oh. 4. 

ta. 

QSeech.e.& 

rch. al. 

• Joah. 1. 1. 
Op. Joeh. I*, a. 

(ch.2S.U. 
Lot. 26. 4. 

uSeeEx. 

aasi. 

vCp. Job 
29191 
Jer. s. M. 
HM.e.3. 
Joel 2. a. 
Jamea&T. 

i>ch.S4.S 
ft Dig. forms. 

(for mg.). 
Zeoh. 14.8 
(formg.). 

X Bee oh. 7. 
2L 

If Pi. 104. 14. 

a oh. & 11. 
Cp. Joel 2. ID. 

a oh. 2 25. 

tCpiJebSI. 
27. 

<Bz.23.9r. 

dTor. 9S. 
Bee oh. & 14. 

eoh.aai. 

19,19. 

/cb.ai& 
iriKln.a 

2Chr.a9> 
*7. IX 
Vp.<>b.aB.u, 

ALer. aau, 

20 

k Amoe 4. 7 
i SSech. 14. IT 
k Rer. 11. a. 

Jk See oh. 2a 
2—14. 



heaven, that there be no raiisBi 
and that the land yield not helm 
fruit; and u^ *ye perish quickl.*' 
from oflf the good land whic^i 
the Lord giveth you. ^^ Thenijsi 
fore ''shaU ye lay up these m^[ 
words in your heart and in yoi^sj 
SSi' and ^''» "^ bind them for ^j 
sign upon your hand, that the^-^ 
^ bS M frontlets between yougj 
eyes. ^^ And ye shall teach uiei^ 
your children, ^^ig of SSS* whe .j, 
thou sittest in thine house, an', 
when thou walkest by the v.Sk}.^ 
*"•' when thou liest down, an^j^ 
when thou risest up. ^ *-^^% 
thou shalt write them upon th 
door posts of thine house, an-^"^ 
upon thy gates: " *that you5 
days may m multiplied, and th;^ 
days of your children, "iU" th* 
land which the Lord sware unt', 
your &thers to give them, 'as thi* I 
days of '^^^^^ the eartb'P 
22 For if »ye shall diligentl;*" 

IrAon oil Uiia com Ki a n dment inViipk U 
Keep au t^eae commandments WUIUU . 

command you, to do thlm, to lov/^^ 
the Lord your God, to walk ii^ 
all his ways, and "to cleave untt' 
him; ^3 t^en yf\[\ the LoBi' 
^ drive out all these nation^' 
from before you, and ye shar 
••possess S?»?S?SuoM aud mightiei' 
than yourselves. "* 'Every plact'; 
whereon the SSim of your {^t shal^ 
tread shall be yours : "fh)m the' 
l!rildl^m' and Lebanon, from tht^ 
river, the river Euphrates, even 
unto "the „lg^St sea shall "^^^^ 
^er^ 25 »There shall no mad 
be able to stand before you : /„, 
the Lord your God shall lay 
"the fear of you and the dread 
of you upon all the land that ye 
shful tr^id upon, 'as he hath 
•^1° unto vou. 

2* 'Behold, I set before you 
this day a blessing and a curse ; 
" *^« blessing, if ye •^^'3St^ ""^ 



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[Chap. 12, v. 13 



de oammandinents of the Lord 
foor God, which I command you 
doB ia,y. ** and '^ curse, if ye 
"^S^"*" the command- 
meots of the LoaD your Ood, 
but ton aside out of the way 
wtiA I onninand you this day, 
'to go after other gods, which 
ye me not known. 

"ind it shall come to pass, 
wis the Lord thy God fiSS 
t^ thee b'^to the land whither 
tbo goest to possess it, that 
tknm^ ^ 'the blessing upon 
■ooDt Gerizim, and the curse 
upon Boont EbaL ^ Are they 
"t » aJ^S^ -d. Jordan, ^-'^ 

iJU mvB ot the going down of the sun, 
"* ■•? wban the mn goeth down, 

in tie hod of the Sj^lS. which 
ML in the ,^^^ over i^ainst 
G%al,be8ide >the^ of Moreh? 
* For ye *SJS ° pass over Jordan 
to go m to possess the land 
vUa the Lobd vonr God giveth 
TOO, and ye shall possess it, and 
dwtH therein. ^^And ye shall 
obmre *to do all the statutes 
Md **jiS^S^ which I set be- 
fan yoa this day. 

^ 'These are the statutes 
12 and "-J.S^S?'^ which to 
shall obsenre to do in the 
SI which the ^^^^ God of 
% '■tSixiMr thee to pos- 
se* it, '^all the days that ye live 
«paa the earth. 2 * Ye shall StSiJ 
destroy all the places, wherein 
thenadons which ye shall *pos- 
tem aenred their gods, 'upon the 
h^ mountains, and upon the 
hula, and under every green tree: 
'and ye shall t^SStwS their altars, 
«nd *-»',^«=<- "their 'pUlars, and 
Urn their '^i^'" with fire; and 
ye AaJl hew down the graven 
images of their ^- and '^ "^ 
"destroy th. SJiVSrthem out of 
that place. ^ »Ye shall not do 
to unto the LosD your God. 



■ «h.ia.i 
*2a.a. 
iKin.aai 

9 Chr. 7. a. 

Pi. ran 

k 182.13,14,(11. 

Op, Joah. lal. 
»8Mi)h.a8. 
»— u. 



c8fleeh.a 
14. 

d Ob. 14. 93; 
23 
*ia.Ma). 

<ch. i4.n. 



,/' 



oh. 14. a. 



gch. 27. U^ 
IX 
Joah. a SI 

ik eh. 14.31 
k I& 11, 14, U 

t2aii 

t27.7 

kzaa. 
Ln.Baio, 



iSMDant 
I. L 

>a«n. 12. < 
k nu. for mg. 
Jadg. 7. 1. 

tjndg. 17. e 
k2l.!IO. 

I ch. S. 1 
k 12. 10. 
Joth. I. U. 

ml Kin.a 

ga. 

Pl.BS.lI. 
Ctl Ueb. 4, a. 

nSoech. II. 
SL 

och. as2 
*I2». 

pch.28.UL 
Jolh. 28. 1. 
Cp. 3 Sam. 7. 1 
k^ Kin. a 4. 

40h.aL 



ioh.7. 9, 
Ex. 84. 13. 



II Kin. 14. 
93. 

3 Kin. la 4 
* 17. 10. 

Jar. a*. 
Haa.4.U,ai. 

i>Sx.sa*4 

k mg. for mg. 
Saach. la 23. 

• 8aach.l& 
n. 

wCp, Zaph. 

1.4 

k Zach. la 9. 
zSeaKmn. 

lagoi 

y Tar. SL 
> I«r. 17. 

3,4. 

Cp.lKln. 12. 

98,33. 



' But unto "the place which the 
Lord your God shall choose out 
of all your tribes to put his 
name there, even unto his habi- 
tation shall ye seek, and thither 
thou shalt come: ^ and thither 
^e shall bring your burnt offer- 
mgs, and your sacrifices, and 
''your tithes, and "" heave ^S"^ 
of your hand, and your vows, and 
your fipeewill offerings, and 'the 
firstlings of your ^^ and of your 
fl^: 'and ■'^there ye shall eat 
before the Lord your God, and 
Aye shall rejoice in all that ye 
put your hand unto, ye and 
your households, wherein the 
liORD thy God hath blessed thee. 
^ Ye shall not do after all the 
things that we do here this day, 
*every man whatsoever is right 
in his own SJSJ.= ® ^ ye are not 
as yet come to *"the rest and to 
the inheritance, which the Lord 
y^, God giveth f^ ^° But when 
"ye go over Jordan, and dwell 
in the land which the Lord your 
God '^•J'eth' you to inherit^ 'and 
„^„ he giveth you rest from all 
your enemies round about, so 
that ye dwell in safety; ^^ then 
,t d»u «.m« to^^tht -the place which 

the Lord your God shall choose 
to cause Us name to dwell $^ 
thither shall ye bring all that I 
command you ; your burnt offer- 
ings, and your sacrifices, ''your 
tithes, and the heave ofiering of 
your hand, and all ^your choice 
vows which ye vow unto the 
Lord: '^ and *ye shall rejoice 
before the Lord your God, 
ye, and your sons, and your 
daughters, and your menser- 
vants, and your maidservants, 
and the Levite that is within 
your gtS": forasmuch as *he 
hath no p^° nor inheritance 
with you. ^^ *Take heed to 



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