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a golden calf. tions: that ye may know that I am people sat down to eat and to drink, thie LORD that dotb sanctify you. and rose up to play.
14 Ye shall keep Wie gabbath there.) 7 And the LORD said unto Moses, fore; for it is holy unto you: every Go, get thee down; for thy people, one that dchleth it shall surely be put which thou brouglitest out of the land to death: for whosoever doeth any of Egypt, bave corrupted themselves : work therein, that soul shall be cutofl'"| 8 They have turned aside quickly from among his people.
out of the way which I commanded 15 Six days inay work be done; but them; they have made them a molten in the seventh is the sabbath of rest, call, and have worshipped it, and have holy to the LOAD: whosoever doeth sacrificed thereunto, and said, These any work in the sabbath-day, be shall be thy gods, O Israel, which have surely be put to death.
brought thee up out of the land of 16 Wherefore the children of Israel Egypt shall keep the sabbath, to observe the 9 and the LORD said unto Moses, I sabbath throughout their generations, have seen this people, and, behold, it for a perpetual covenant.
iz a stift-necked people : 17 It is a sign between me and the 10 Now therefore let me alone, that children of Israel for ever: for in six my wrathi may wilx hot agiunst them, days the Loudmade beaven and eartla, and that I may consume thein: and I and on the seventh day he rested, and will make of thee a great nation. was refreshed.
11 And Moses besought the Lord lig 18 1 And he gave unto Moscs,when God, and said, LORD, why doth thy le lund made an end of cominuning wrath wax hot against thy people, with bim upon mount Sinai, two ta- which thou hast brought forth out of bles of testimony', tables of stone the land of Egypt, with great power, written with the finger of God. and with a mighty hand?
12 Wherefore sliould the Egyptiana CHAP. XXXII.
speak, and say, For mischief did le ND when the people say that Dio bring them out, to slay them in the
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toe inoual, the people gathered them the face of the earth? Turn from thy selves together unto Aaron, and said fierce wrath, and repent of this evil unto him, Up, make us gods, which against thy people. shall before us; for as for this No: 13 Remeinber Abraham, Isaac, and 809, the man that brought us up out of Israel, thy servants, to whom thou tire land of Egypt, we wot not what swarest by thine own sell, and saids: is become of bin.
unto them, I will inultiply your seed 2 And Aaroa said unto them, Break as the stars of beaven, and all this of the golden ear-rings, which are in land that I have spoken or will I give the ears of your wives, of your sons, unto your seed, and they shall inlierit and of your daughters, and bring then it for ever.
14 And the Lord repented of the 3 And all the people brake off the evil which he thought to do unto his golden ear-rings which were in tbeir people. ears, and brought them unto Aaron. 15 | And Moses turned, and went
+ And he received them at their down from the mount, and the two tahand, and fashioned it with a graving bles of the testimony were in his hand: tool, after he had inade it a inolten the tables were written on both their calf; and tbey said, These be thy gods, sides; on the one side and oc the other O Israel, which brought thee up out of were they written. che land oi Egypt.
16 And the tables wore the work of 5 And when Aaron saw it, he built God, and the writing was the writing an altar belore it; and Aaron made of God, graven upon the tables. proclamation, and said, To-morrow is 17 And when Joshua lieard the noise a feast to the LORD.
of the people as they shouted, he said 6 1 And they rose up early on the uplo Moses, There is a noise of war morrow, and offered burnt-offerings, in the camp. and brouglit peace offerings: and the) 18 And he said, Il is not the voice of
Ilie Tables inen that shout for mastery, neither is venture Iabill make an alonement for it the voice of them that cry for being your sin. overcome ; but the noise or them that 31 And Moees returned unto the sing do I scar.
LORD, and said, Ob, tbis people liave 19 T and it came to pass, as soon as sinned a great sin, and bave niade lic came nigb upto the camp, that he wem gods of gold i saw the call, and the dancing: aod No-32 Yet now, if thou wilt, forgiv: ses' anger waxed bot, and lie cast the their sio ; and if not, blot me, I pray tables out of his bands, and brake then thee, out of Wiy book which thou last beneath the mount.
written. 20 Anil he took the call which they 3:3 And the LORD said unto Moses, liad made, and burnt it in the fire, and Whosoever latlı sinned against me, ground it to powder, and strewed it uim will I blot out of my book. upon the water, and made the children 34 Therefore now go, lead the people of Israel drink of it.
unto the place of which I have spoken I and Moses said unto Aaron, What unto thee: behold, mine angel shail did this people unto thee, that thou go before thee: nevertheless in the last brought so great a sin upon them? day when I visit, I will visit their siin
22 And Aaron said, Let not the anger upon them. of my lord wax loti lhou knowest the 35 And the Lord plagued the people, people, that they are set on inischief. because they inade we call whicit
23 For they said unto me, Nake us Aaron made. gods, which shall go before us: for as
CHAP. XXXII. For this Moges, the man that brought 113 up out of the land of Egypt, we wol not what is become of him.
Depart, and go up bence, thou 2:1 And I said unto them, I bosoever and the people irhich thou hast hath any gold, let them break it oft brought up out of the land of Egypt, So they gave it me: then I cast it into unto the land which I sware unto De fire, and there came out this call. Abrabam, 10 Isaac, and to Jacob, say
25 | And wlien Moses saw that the fing, Unto thy secd will I Site people were naked; (for Aaron bad 2 And I will send an Angel before made thein naked unto their sbame thee; and I will drive out the Onamong their enemies :)
naanite, the Amorite, and the Hittite, 26 Then Moses stood in the gate of and the Perizzite, the Hivile, and tbe the camp, and said, who is on the Sebusite: LORD's side? let him coinc unto me. 3 Unto a land flowing with milk and And all the sons of Levi gathered honey: for I will not go up in the themselves togellier unto him, inidst of thee; for thou art a stiil
27 And be said unto them, Tbus saith necked people: lest I consume thee in the LORD God of lsrael, Put every the way. man his sword by his side, and go in 4 And when the people heard these and out from gate to gate throughout evil tidings, they mourned: and no the camp, and slay every man his man did put on him his ornaments brother, and every man bis compan- 5 For the LORD had said unto Moses,
and every man lis neighbour. Say unto the children of Israel, Ye 25 And the children of Levi did ac are a still-necked people : I will come cording to the word of Moses: and up into the midst of thee io a moment, there fell of the people that day about and consume thee: therefore pow put tluree thousand inen.
off thy ornaments from thee, that I 29 For Aloses bad said, Consecrate way know what to do unto thee. yourselves to-day to the LORD, eren 6 And we children of Israel stripped every man upon his son, and upon his themselves of their omaments, by the brother: that he may bestow upon you mount Horeb. a blessing this day.
7 And Moses took the tabemacle, aud 30 | And it came to pass on the mor- pitched it without the camp, afar off row, that Moses said unto the people, froin the camp, and called it the TabYe have sinned a grent sin: and now ernacle of the Congregation. And it I will go up unto the Lond; perad-came to pass thai cvcry one which
Moses desirell 10 see
the glory of Gud. sought the LORD went out unto the I will be gracious, and will show tabernacle of the congregation, which inerey' on whom I will show mercy, was without the camp.
20 Aucl be said, Thou canst not sce 8 And it caine to pass, when Moses my face: for there shall no man see went out unto the tabernacle, chat all ine, and live. the people rose up, and stood every 21 And the LORD said, Behold, there man at his tent-door, and looked alter is a place by me, and thou shalt stand Moses, until he was gone into the upon a rock: tabernacle.
22 And it shall come to pass, while 9 And it came to pass, as Moses en my glory passeth by, that, I will put tered into the tabernacle, the cloudytbee in a cleft of the rock, and will pillar descended and stood at the door cover thee with iny hand while I pass of the tabernacle, and the LORD by: talked with Moses.
23 And I will take away my hand, 10 And all the people saw the cloudy and thou shalt see my back pats: but pillar stand at the tabernacle-door: my face shall not be seen. and all the people rose up and wor
CHAP. XXXIV. shipped, every inan in bis tent-door. 11. And the Load spake unto Nuses AND the Lord said unto Moses,
Hew thee two tables of stone like face to face as a man speaketh unto unto the first: and I will write upon bis friend. And lie turned again into these tables the words that were in the Ule camp: but his servant Joshua, the first tables, which thou brakest. son or Nun, a young man, departed 2 And be ready in the morning, and not out of the tabernacle.
come up in the morning unto mount 12 T Aud Moses said unto the Lord, Sinai, and present thysel there to me See, thou sayest unto me, Bring up in the top of the mounta llus people: aud thou hast not let me 3 Aud no man shall come up with know wliom tirou will send with me. thee, neither let any man be seen Yet thou last said, I know thee by throughout all the mount; neither le! name, and tliou bast also found grace the llocks nor herds leed before the in my siglit.
mount. 13 Now, therefore, I pray thee, is 1 41 And he hewed two tables of stons nave found grace in thy sight, show like unto the first; and Moses rose up me now thy way, that I may know early in the morning, and went up Dee, that I may find grace in thy unto dlount Sinai, as the Lord had sigut: and consider that this nation is commanded him, and took in his band thy people.
the two tables of stone. 11 And he said, nty presence shall go5 And the LORD desceuded in the tvith thee, and I will give thee rest. cloud, and stood with him there, and
15 And be said unto him, Il thy pre prochained the name of the Lond. sence go not with me, carry us not up' 6 And the Lord passed by before hence.
lim, and proclaimed, The Lord, The 16 For wherein shall it be known Loid God, merciful and gracious, here that I and thy people have found long-sullering, and abundant in goodle grace in thy sight? is it not iu that ness and truth, thou gocst with us? so shall we be 7 Keeping mercy for thousands, lor: separatedl, 1 and thy people, from all giving iniquity and transgression ani! the people that are upon lle face or sin, and that will by no incans clear the farth.
the grilly ; visiting the iniquity of the 17 And the Lord said unto Moses, I fathers upon the children, and upon will do this thing also thá: thou Jast the children's childreo, into the third spoken: for thou hast found grace in and to the fourth generutiun. iny sight, and I know thee by name.
8 And Moscs maletaste, and bowed 18 And he said, I beseech thee, show his head toward the earth, and worme thy glory.
shipped. 19 And he said, I will make all my 9 And he said, il now I liave found goudness pass before thee, and I will grace in thy sight, O Lord, let my proclaim the name of the Loov before Loin, I pray thee, go among us; for il ibee; and will be gracious lo whomilis a still-necked people; and pardun
10 Moscs. our iniquity and our sin, and take us harvest, and the least of in-gathering for thine inheritance.
at the year's end. 10 T Aucl he said, Behold, I inake. 23 1 Thrice in the year shall all your covenant: before all thy people I will men-children appear before the LORD do marvels, such as live not been Goil, the God ot' Isracl. done in all the earth, nor in any na- 24 For I will cast out the nations betion: and all the people among which fore thee, and enlarge thy borders: thou 'art shall see the work of the neither shall any man desire lliy land, Lund: for it is a terrible thing that I when thou shalt go up to appear before will do with thee,
the LORD thy God thrice in the year. 11 Observe thou that which I com- 25 Thou slialt not offer the blood or mand thee this day: behold, I drive iny sacrifice with leaven; neither shall out hcfore thee the Ainorite, and the thie sicrifice of the least of the pass. Canaanite, and the Hittite, and the over be left unto the morning. Perizzite, and the Hivite, and the 25 The first of the first-fruits of thy Jebusile.
land thou shalt bring unto the house of 12 Take heed to thysell, lest thou the LORD thy God. Thou shalt nol make a covenant with the inhabituitg seethe a kid in his inother's milk. of the land whither thou goest, lest it 27 And the LORD said unto Moses, be for a 3111re in the midst of thee; Vritellivu these wouls: for after the
13 But ye shall destroy their altars, tenor of these words I liave made a break their images, and cut down their covenant with thee and with Israel. groves :
29 And he was there with the LORD 14 For thou shalt worship no other forty days and forty nights; he did god: for the Lond, whose name is neither eat bread, nor drink water Jealous, is a jealous God:
u be wrole upon the tables the 15 Lest thou make a covenant will words of the covenant, the ten com the habitants of the land, and they inandinents. go a whoring after their gods, and do 29 1 And it came to pass when Musacrifice unto their gods, and one call ses came down from mount Sinai with thee, and thou eat of his sacrifice; the two tables of testimony in Moses'
16 And thou take of their daughters hand, when he caine down fiom the unto thy sons, and their daughter's goa mount, that Dioges vist not that thi whoring alter their gods,and make thy skin of his face shone while he talked 60118 go a wlioring after their gods. with him.
17 Thou shalt inake thiee no molten1 30 And when Aaron and all the chil gods.
dren of Israel saw Moses, behold, the IS | The least of unleavened bread skin of his face slone; and they were shalt thou keep. Seven daystlioushalt afraid to coine niglı hini. eatonleavened bread, i18 I commanded 31 And Moses called unto them; and thee, in the time of the month Abib: Aaron and all the rulers of the con for in the month Abib thon camest out gregation retumed unto him: and 110from Egypto
sez talked with them. 19 All that openeth the inatrix is 32 And alterward all the children of mine; and every firstling among thy Israel came nigh: and he gave themi cattle, whether ox or sheep, that is in commandment all that the LORU aia!!.
had spoken with hiin in 20 But the firstling of an ass tlou Sinai. shalt redeem with a lamlı; and if tliou 33 And till Moses had done speaking redeem him not, then shalt thou break with them, he put a veil on his face. his neck. All the first-boru oftly sons 34 But wlien Moses went in befor? thou shalt redeem; and none shall ap- the LORD to speak with him, he took pear before ine einpty.
the veil oll, until he came out An 21 | Six days thou shalt work, but one came out, and spake unto the chil the seventh day thou shalt restin ear. dren of Israelchai which he was coming time and in harvest thou shalt manded.
35 And the children or Isrnel saw 22 T And thou shalt observe the feast the face of Moses, that the skin (!! of weeks, of the first-fruits of wlieat-Moses lace shone: and Mosex put the
the Tabernacle. veil upon his face
again, watil he went is The pins of the tabernacle, and the in to speak with Him.
pina of the court, and their cords, CHAP. XXXV.
19 The clothes of service, to do ser ND Moses gathered all the congre-vice in the holy place, the holy gar
gation of the children of Israel ments for Aaron the priest, and we together, and said unto thein, These garments of his sons, to minister in are the words which the LORD hath the priest's office. commanded, that ye should do them. 20 11 And all the congregation of the
2 Six days shall work be done, but children of Israel departed from the on the seventh day there shall be to presence of Dioses. you a holy day, a sabbath of rest to 21 And they came, every one wbose the LORD: whosoever doelha work heart stirred hiin up, and every one therein aliall be put to deatlı. whom his spirit made willing, and
3 Ye shall kindle no fire througbout they brouglit the Lord's Ollering to your habitations upon the sabbath-day, the work of the tabernacle of the con
4 1 And Moses spake unto all the gregation, and for all his service, and congregation of the children of Isrnel, for the holy garments. saying, This is the thing which the 22 And they came, both men and wo. LORD commanded, saying,
men, as many as were willing-hearted, 5 Take ye from anong you an offer and brought bracelets, and ear-rinys, ing unto the LORD: whosoever is of a and rings, and tablets, all jewels of willing heart, let him bring it, an olgold: and every man that offered,affer Cering of the LORD; gold, and silver, ed an offering or gold unto the LORD and brass,
23 And every man, with whom was 6 And blue, and purple, and scarlet, Cound blue, 2nd purple, and scarlet, and fine linen, uid goats' hair,
and fine linen, and goats' hair, and 7 And rams' skins dyed red, and red skins of'rams, and badgers' skins, badgers' skins, and shittiin-wood, brought them.
8 And oil for the light, and spices for 24 Every one that did offer an offerauointing oil, and for the sweet in- og ol' silver and brass, brought the
LORD's of'cring: and every man with 9 And onyx stones, and stones to be whom was found sbittim-wood (or any set for the epliod, and for the breast- work of the service, brought it. plale.
25 And all the women that were 10 And every wise-learted among wise-liearted did spin with their hands, you shal come, and make all that the and brought that which they liad spun, Lond hath commanded ;
both of blue, and of purple, and of 11 The tabernacle, lis tent, and his scarlet, and of fine linen, covering, bis laches, and his boards, 26 And all the wonien whose heart his bars, his pillars, and his sockets, stirred them up in wisdom, spun goats'
12 The ark, and the stave.s tliereof, hair. with the mercy-seat, and the veil of 27 And tbe rulers brought onyx. the covering,
stones, and stones to be set, for the 13 The table, and his stares, and all ephod, and for the breastplate; his vessels, and the show-bread, 28 And spice, and oil for the light,
14 The candlestick also for the light, and for the anointing oil, and for the and his furniture, and his lamps, withi sweet incense. the oil for the light,
29 The children of Israel brought a 15 And thic incense-altar, and his willing oflering unto the LORD, every staves, and the anointing oil, and the man and woman, whose heart made sweet incense, and the hanging for the them willing to bring for all manner door at the entering in of the taber-jor work, which the LORD had con nacle,
manded to be made by the hand of 16 The altar of burnt-offering, with Moses. his brasen grate, bis staves, and all his 301 And Moscs said unto the children l'essels, thc laver and his foot, of Israel, See, the LORD hain called
17 The liangings of the court, his by name Bezaleel the son of Uri, the pildara, and their pockets, and the son of Hur, of the tribe of Judalı; hanging for the door of the court, 31 And he lach filled him with We