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And the children of Israel went up well furnished out of the land of Egypt, both with provision and munition.
XIV. 4 And I will harden Pharaoh's heart, that he shall follow after them. And I will, in just judgment, so besot Pharaoh, that, forgetting the experiments of my power, he shall, in hope of prevailing, follow
XIV. 8 And the children of Israel went out with an high hand. But the children of Israel went out by strong hand, under the miraculous guidance and protection of the Almighty.
XIV. 15 Wherefore cryest thou unto me? Why dost thou thus earnestly importune me in thy secret prayers, which are as so many loud cries in my ears.
XIV. 19 And the angel of God, which went before the camp of Israel, removed and went behind them. And the Angel of the Covenant (which was Christ) removed the signs of his presence, from before the Israelites, behind them.
XIV. 24 And it came to pass, that in the morning watch the LORD looked unto the host of the Égyptians. Now, in the morning watch, when the Lord, out of the pillar of fire, who had seemed all this while to wink at the enterprises of the Egyptians, began, according to our apprehension, to take notice of this their pursuit, &c.
XV. 1 The horse and his rider hath he thrown into the sea. The troops of horses and their riders, hath he overthrown in the sea.
XV. 2 He is my God, and I will prepare him an habitation. I foresee, by that spirit of prophecy which he hath given me, that he shall have a tabernacle reared up for him by his people.
XV. 3 The Lord is a man of war. The Lord is a noble warrior indeed.
XV. 25 And the LORD shewed him a tree, which when he had cast into the waters, the waters were made sweet : And the Lord directed bim unto a tree, to which he gave
such miraculous power, that, it being cast into the waters, the wood thereof changed the whole stream from the former bitterness.
XV. Ibid. There he made for them a statute and an ordinance, and there he proved them. There he, in general, gave them rules and advice of holy obedience before him, to prepare them for that exact law, which he mcant afterwards to deliver, &c.
XVI. 2 And the whole congregation of the children of Israel murmured, &c. Generally, there was a murmuring over the whole camp,
of the most part of the Israelites, &c.
XVI. 4 Behold, I will rain bread from heaven for you. Behold, I will cause that, which shall be instead of bread, to rain, as it were, out of the clouds upon you.
XVI. 8 This shall be, when the LORD shall give you in the evening flesh to eat, and in the morning bread to the full. Forasmuch as you have murmured, both for flesh and for bread, therefore you shall be filled with both : in the evening shall quails, the daintiest flesh, fall upon your tents; and in the morning, manna.
XVI. 10 And, behold, the glory of the Lord appeared in the cloud. And the glory of God shewed itself in an extraordinary manner in the cloud, that was wont to appear to them.
XVI. 15 This is the bread which the Lord hath given you to eat. They said one to another, This is a strange food, prepared and given us from above; for they knew not particularly what it was, or what to name it.
XVI. 18 And when they did mete it with an omer, he that gathered much had nothing over, and he that gathered little had no lack. And, having put their common gatherings together into one heap, it was equally divided amongst them ; so as he, that had gatliered much, had no more than an omer, and he, that gathered little, wanted nothing of it.
XVI. 34 So Aaron laid it up before the testimony, to be kept. So Aaron, in process of time, when the tabernacle was erected, laid it up before the Ark, which testified God's presence to his people, to be reserved for a monument of God's miraculous provision for Israel.
XVI. 36 Now an omer is the tenth part of an ephah. The omer is the tenth part of the Jewish bushel, which contained about three pecks.
XVII. 12 But Moses' hands were heavy; and they took, &c. And Moses grew faint in body, with long continuance of that earnest prayer; insomuch as his hands grew weary and remiss with lifting up: and they took, &c.
XVII. 15 And called the name of it JEHOV AH-Nissi, And he called the name of the place, The altar of Jehovah my banner.
XVIII. 12 They came to eat bread with Moses' father in law beore God. They came to feast with Jethro, the father-in-law of Moses, in that place, where God declared his presence by the cloudy pillar.
XVIII. 13 And the people stood by Moses from the morning unto the evening. The people stood before Moses, to call for justice in their several causes, and resolution in their doubts, &c. even all the day long.
XVIII. 15 Because the people come unto me to enquire of God. Because the people come to me in all weighty causes, to consult with God by me.
XVIII, 19 Be thou for the people to God-ward, that thou mayest bring the causes unto God. Do thou propound the doubts and demands of the people to God
as also their suits, in thy prayers; and report God's answers back again to them.
XVIII. 23 If thou shalt do this thing, and God command thee so, then thou shalt be able to endure. If thou shalt do this thing, which yet I would not draw thee unto, without the good liking and approbation of God, then thou shalt be able to sustain this burden.
XIX. 3 And Moses went up unto God, and the Lord called unto him out of the mountain. But Moses went up the hill unto God, whose' voice had called to him, and bidden him to ascend.
XIX. 4 and how I bare you on eagles' wings, and brought you unto inyself. And how I carried you, as it were, aloft, above the reach of all dangers, like as an eagle carrieth her young ones, supporting and helping them with her wings.
XIX. 6 And ye shall be unto me a kingdom of priests, and an holy nation. Ye shall be, in a special manner, a people devoted peculiarly to my worship.
XIX. 10 Go unto the people, and sanctify them to day and to morrow, and let them wash their clothes. Go to the people, and, by due preparation, set them apart
these two days, for their holy appearance before me; and, in a representation of that inward Cleanness which I require of them, let them wash their very clothes, which they brought with them out of Egypt.
XIX. 12 And thou shalt set bounds unto the people round about. And thou shalt set limits unto the people, how far they shall go, and how near they shall dare to come to the hill.
XIX. 13 When the trumpet soundeth long, they shall come up to the mount. When the trumpet, which the angel shall sound to call the people, shall sound long, then shall the people go up towards the mountain, unto the place limited unto them.
XIX, 15 Come not at your wives. Set yourselves apart from your wives, for a time; that your hearts may not be distracted with any carnal delight, now that they are to be fixed upon God.
XIX. 22 And let the priests also, which come near to the LORD, sanctify themselves, lest the Lord break forth upon them. And let those, which do the office of the priesthood, namely the firstborn of the families, who are wont to offer sacrifices to God, see that they specially be devoutly and holily prepared for this great appearance of God.
XX. 5 For I the Lord thy God am a jealous God, visiting the iniquities of the fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth generation of them that hate me.
I am so affected to you my people, as a loving husband to his wife, whom he cannot endure to set her affections upon any other; where I see, therefore, a succession of iniquity from the fathers to children, both which hate to be reformed, I punish it not only eternally in themselves, but temporally in many generations after them.
XX. 12 Honour thy father and thy mother : that thy days may be long upon the land which the LORD thy God giveth thee. Honour those, which are any way set over thee, and give them due reverence and obedience, for conscience sake; that God may give thee a long and happy life, in this thy promised land upon earth, and an eternal life, figured by the other, in that true land of rest, which is above,
XX. 17 Thou shalt not covet thy neighbour's house, thou shalt not covet thy neighbour's wife, &c. Thou shalt not entertain so much as the very first motions of unlawful desires, towards ought that is thy neighbour's, &c. but shalt rest well contented with thy own.
XX. 23 Ye shall not make with me gods of silver. You shall not make, in competition with me, gods of silver, &c.
XX. 24 An altar of earth thou shalt make unto me, and shalt sacrifice thereon thy burnt offerings, and thy peace offerings, thy sheep, and thine oren. Until the time of your settling, and the set residence of God in his tabernacle and temple, you shall only make your altars of earth, that may not continue: and thereon, in a homely manner, shall you offer all your sacrifices; whether those, which you offer up in acknowledgment of the sovereignty of God; or those, which you offer in suit of further favour, or thankfulness for a favour received.
XXI. I Now these are the judgments which thou shalt set before them. Now these are the civil or judicial laws, which thou shalt appoint for the government of the Israelites.
XXI. 2 If thou buy an Hebrew servant, six years he shall serve : and in the seventh he shall go out free for nothing. Howsoever thou keep a servant of the Gentiles in a perpetual bond. age, yet thou shalt not have that power over a Hebrew; but in the year of liberty and intermission, which is the seventh year, thou shalt release him, without any composition.
XXI. 4 If his master have given him a wife, If his Master, upon his own liking or desire, shall allow him to marry with a foreigner, which is his maidservant.
XXI. 6 And his master shall bore his ear through with an awl; and he shall serve him for ever. His master shall bore through bis ear, to the door; whether as a reproachful mark of his perpetual servitude; or, as a signification of his fastening himself unto that house, so as he will not nor may not pass from it, without the liking of his master.
XXI. 7 And if a man sell his daughter to be a maidservant, she shall not go out as the menservants do. Likewise, if a man sell bis daughter, as yet under age, with intention that she should marry him that buys her, if she be dismissed, it shall be upon better conditions, than an ordinary servant.
XXI. 8 If she please not her master, who hath betrothed her to himself, then shall he let her be redeemed, &c. If she please not her master, so far as that he betroths her to himself, then shall he suffer another, one of her friends, to redeem her of him ; but he shall have no power to sell her to a stranger, seeing he hath deceived her expectation of marrying him.
XXI. 9 He shall deal with her after the manner of daughters. He shall so deal with her, in giving her to marriage, as if she had been a free woman.
XXI. 11 And if he do not these three unto her, then shall she go out free without money. But if he do not allow unto her food, raiment, and house-room convenient for her, then shall she go out free, at the time of liberty, or of such his denial, upon judgment, without any repayment of the money for which she was sold.
XXI. 13 And if u man lie not in wait, but God deliver him into his hand. If a man have not laid wait for another, but casually, without any purpose of his, shall by God's disposition do some act, which might procure the death of another.
XXI. 21 He shall not be punished: for he is his money. For he bought him with his money; therefore, not purposely striking him to kill him, he shall not be punished; since he is al. ready punished in his loss.
XXII. 2 If a thief be found breaking up, and be sinitten that he die. If a thief be found breaking into thy house by night, and be smit. ten in the act by thee unto death.
XXII. 11 Then shall an oath of the Lord be between them both. They shall be put to swear by the name of God, &c.
XXII. 25 If thou lend money to any of my people that is poor by thee, thou shalt not be to him as an usurer'. If thou lend money to an Israelite, those especially which are poor and borrow upon need, thou shalt not take any increase for the use of it.
XXII. 26 If thou at all take thy neighbour's raiment to pledge. If thou take of thy poor neighbour any of bis necessary raiment, whether for the day or night, as a pledge for money borrowed of him.
XXII. 29 Thou shalt not delay to offer the first of thy ripe fruits, and of thy liquors. Of all kind of thy fruits, whether dried in their kind or strained into liquor, thou stialt pay duly thy tithes and first-fruits unto God.