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Chapters

Names

EpobWS

40

ILciJltKUS

27

^umbers

36

IScutcrouomy

34

Joshua
JUtipS

24

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21

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m.

Samuel

31

I'

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IHBthcr

36

aniel

12

10

ffjosca

14

13

Joel
atmos

10.

.42

Jot
Usnlms

Chapters

3
9

Ijatrtah

150

Jonah

|3robcrt)S

31

iicah

SEcclfStastfs

12

iiahum

f^atjaftfeub

3
3

SThc

Song

Solomon

of

KX. Samutrl

24

Ksafah

66

Srphaniah

2H'nQS

22

Jcrcmtah
lamentations

52

fSjasQaf

3Sjchltl

48

J;.

25

KK. IXUiQS
K.

Chromtles

29

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Names

!|5)aXiS @!F
Chapters

14

Jalach(

TME A\P&UY\PUA.

Names

Names

Chapters

19

KK. lEsmvaf,

16

Kcclrsiasttcus

51

robit

14

JBaruch, tofth the Epistle of

JuTjfth

16.

Zerhan'ah

Ets^om

K. Estivas

S.

Names

Chapters

JUutll

r [^r A'Mi'^Mr.

Chronicles

KJ:.

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QLiD)

Names

50

(Sfcncsts

Chapters

Susanna

JSThc fi^istorg of

3rhe rest of ^Esther

Jeremiah
Sonflof thc2[hree<iEhiltjren

JJel antj the

SThe

^rager

JSragon
of

i*lanasses

K. iilaccahces

16

m.

15

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Names

LE

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Names

Chapters

Cliapters

fattheto

28

Ephesians

2rhe Epistle to the fl^etretos 13

iMarfe

16

Pxilippians

Jfhe Epistle of

Hufte

24

Colossians

K.John

KK.

John
KKK. John

JETitUB

JutJe

JIhilcmon

21

K.

Oe

28

KJI.

16

K.

16

KK. JTimothg

JThc Epistle

to the

Corinthians
KJ:. Corinthians

K.

Gjfalatians

iiomans

13

KK. Peter

John
arts

James

K. Jleter

Chessalom'ans
SThessalonians

STimothg

Hetoclation

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THE FIRST BOOK OF MOSES, CALLED


Ig

W^Si

CHAPTER
L

Before CHRIST
4004.

\.

The

cieation of heaven and earth, 3 of the light, 6 of the firmament, 9 of the


earth separated from the waters, 11 and made fruitful, 14 of the sun, moon, and
stars, 20 of Hsh and fowl, 24 of beasts and cattle, 26 of man
the image of God.
29 Also the appointment of food.

a Jolm

the "beginning ""God created the heaven and the

1. JO.

t
IS,

33.

II,

102,25,
44,

&

3,

A- 69.

earth.

2 And the earth was without form, and void; and


darkness was upon the face of the deep: ''and the
Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters.
3 ''And God said, 'Let there be Hght: and there was

1,2.

1,

Heb.
b Ps. 8,

12,

fi,

&

136,5,

146, 6.
Isai.
24.
Jer. 10,
51, 15.

&

Zech.

12.
14, 15,

1.

&

Arts

17. 24.
Co). I, 16, 17.
Hell. 11,3. Rev.
4. II,

&

c Ps. 33.

10, 6.
6.

Isni.

40, 13, 14.

light.

d Ps. 33,

And God saw the light,


God divided f the light from
5 And God called the light
4

he called Night

were the

first

that

it tvas

good: and

the darkness.

h Prov.
1

fand the evening and the morning

9 \ And God said, ''Let the waters under


the heaven be gathered together unto one

was
10

and

let

the dry land appear: and

Hebr.

Heb. tender

6, 7.

it

so.

And God called

10, A- 38,

m Luke

t Heb.

6, 44.

And

&

104,

the

evening was, and


the morning was.

g Job

37, 18.
Ps.
136, 5.
Jer. 10,
51, 15.

12,
\

Heb. expansion.

the gathering together of the waters called he


Seas: and God saw that i( was good.
11 And God said, Let the earth 'bring
forth tgr^iss, the herb yielding seed, and the
fruit-tree yielding "fruit after his kind, whose
seed is in itself, upon the earth and it was so.
:

12 And the earth brought forth grass, and


herb yielding seed after his kind, and the
tree yielding fruit, whose seed was in itself,
after his kind and God saw that it was good.
13 And the evening and the morning were
:

grass.

the dry land Earth; and

&

Ps. 33, 7,
95, 5,
104, 9,
&. 136, 6.
Pre
8. 29.
Jer. 5, 22,
2 Pet. 3, 5.
8.

second day.

place,

8, 28.

k Job 26,

! Ps. 74, 16,


20.

day.

Ps. 148, 4.

Heb. between the


hgkt and between
the darkness,

"Day, and the darkness

6 H And God said, ^Let there be a ffirmament in


the midst of the waters: and let it divide the waters
from the waters.
7 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.
8 And God called the firmament Heaven:
and the evening and the morning were the

9.

e 2 Cor. 4, 6.

the third day.


1

GENESIS.

THE CREATION.

CREATION OF MAN.

THE CREATION.
14 H

And God

said,

Let there be

and
15

"for seasons, and/ tor days,

And

them be

let

ment of the heaven


earth: and it was so.
16

And God

and years.

Pniade

lnDeut.4,

Ps

19.

&

74, ]e,
j

and creeping

13fi, 7.

and beast of the earth

thing,

was so.
25
And
God
made
the
beast of the earth
the night.
o Ps. 74,
A: 104,
after his kind, and cattle after their kind, and
:p Ps 136,7,8,9,4
every thing that creepeth upon the earth after
148,
his kind
and God saw that it was good.
Hell, for the rule
of the
26 H And God said, ''Let us make man in
q Ps.
Jub 38,
our image, after our likeness and 'let them
^n. 31, 35.
have dominion over the fish of the sea, and
Or, creeping.
t Ileb. soul.
over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle,
Heb.
fowl
and over all the earth, and over every creepHeb. face of the
firmament of heaing thing that creepeth upon the earth.
ven.
u
27 So God created man in his otcn image,
20,
& 19. Ps.
26.
104.
'^in the image of God created he him
"male
w ch.
and female created he them.
28 And God blessed them, and God said
X nh. 5.
& 9.6.
Ps.
Ecc.
unto them, ''Be fruitful, and multiply, and
7,29. .1rtsl7,20,
2H, 29
Cur
and have
replenish the earth, and subdue it
11,7. Eph.4,24.
Col.
10.
Jam.
of
dominion over the fish
the sea, and over
3,9.
y ch.9,2. Ps. 8,6.
the fowl of the air, and over every living
Cor. 11,7.
z
thing that f moveth upon the earth.
Mai.
a rh. 5,2.
M'ltt.
4
29 H And God said. Behold, I have given
Mark
you every herb f bearing seed, which is upon
b ch.
Lev.
26,9. Ps. 127,3,
the face of all the earth, and every tree, in
& 128,3,4.
t Heb. creepeth
which is the fruit of a tree yielding seed
+ Heh. seeding seed.
"to you it shall be for meat.
Job 36,
c eh.
30 And to ''every beast of the earth, and to
31.
Ps. 104.
& 136, 25, &
every "fowl of the air, and to every thing
Acts 14,
146,
that creepeth upon the earth, wherein there
a Ps. 145, 15,16, &
t

after his kind

Hpb. between the


dai/ and between

and

it

for lights in the firma-

to give light

forth the living creature after his kind, cattle,

"lights in

the firmament of the heaven, to divide f the


day from the night; and let them be for signs,

upon the

17,

19.

3, 5.

two great

datj.

lights

the

8, 3,

greater light fto rule the day, and ''the lesser


light to rule the night: he made ''the stars also.

7.

s
II

17 And God set them in the firmament


of the heaven to give light upon the earth,
18 And to 'rule over the day, and over the
night, and to divide the light from the darkness: and God saw that it was good.
19 And the evening and the morning were
the fourth day.
20 And God said. Let the waters bring forth
abundantly the moving creature that hath
flife, and ffowl that may fly above the earth
in the fopen firmament of heaven.
21 And "God created great whales, and
every living creature that moveth, which the
waters brought forth abundantly after their
kind, and every winged fowl after his kind
and God saw that it was good.
22 And God blessed them, saying, *'Be
fruitful, and multiply, and fill the waters in
the seas, and let fowl multiply in the earth.
23 And the evening and the morning were
||

the

fifth

r.h.

God

fly.

fi,

<fe

14,

7,

8,

8, 17.

1,

10(1, 3.

3,

2,

15.

19,

10, 6.

9, 1, 7.

9, 3.

14,

15,

7.

17.

147, 9.

day.

24 \ And

let

said,

Let the earth bring


2

is

Heb, a

livin!> soul.

I have given every green herb


and it was so.

fliie,

Job 38, 41.

meat

for

CHAPTERS

THE UAKUEN OK EDKN.


31

And

saw every thing

'^God

made and

And

it

Tim

sixth day.

c Neh. 9, 14.

of the creation. 8 The plant17 The tree


ing of the garden of Eden, 10 and the river thereof
forbidden.
20
The naming of the creatures.
19,
of knowledge only
'Jl The making: oi woman, and institution of marriage.

The

first

sabbath.

The manner

the heav-

and

''aii

c ch. 1, 12.
104. 14.
r .lob

the

enth day
his

had

sev-

ground.

13.7.

rested on the seventh


all

his

Isai.64,

8.

k ch.-,22.

3 And God ''blessed the seventh day, and


sanctiHed it
because that in it he had rested from all his work which God fcreated

Cor. 15, 45.

And

every

of the field before

""plant

it

it

and every herb of the field before


grew: for the Lord God had not "^caused
to rain upon the earth, and there ivas not

man

it

to

till

3, 24.

p ver.

15.

H Ezek. 31,8.

s ver. 17.

ch. 25, 18.

w Numb.

Heb. Cash.

Dan.

II

II

And

''dust

the

Lord God formed mau \of

tiie

ground, and 'breathed into his


the breath of lile and 'man became

of the

''nostrils

8.

Heb. eating thou


shall eat.

z ver. 9.

a ch.3, 1,3, 11, 17.


b ch.3.3, 19. Rom.
6,23.
1 Cor. 15,

of f man.
24 'Therefore shall a man leave his father
and his mother, and shall cleave unto his
wife: and they shall be one flesh.
25 ""And they were both naked, the man

and

and were not "ashamed.

his wife,

Jam. 1, 15.
John 5, 16.
Heb. di/ing thou
.ie.

CHAPTER HL

a living soul.
t

8 I And the Lord


"eastward in "Eden

God

planted ""a garden


and there Phe put the
man whom he had formed.
9 And out of the ground made the Lord
God to grow ""every tree that is pleasant to
the sight, and good for food 'the tree of life
also in the midst of the garden, 'and the tree
of knowledge of good and evil.
10 And a river went out of Eden to water
the garden
and from thence it was parted,
and became into four heads.
11 The name of the first is Pison that
is it which compasseth "the whole land of
Havilah, where there is gold
12 And the gold of that land is good: "there
is bdellium and the onyx-stone.
13 And the name of the second river is
;

shalt die.

c ch. 3, 12.
1 Cor.
11.9.
1 Tim. 2,
13.
t

Heb. as before

e ch.

^ OW

Seech.

Or, the man.

Heb.

ch. 15, 12.


Sam. 26. 12.

i^!j^

called.

18,

Hebr. 13,
i

Ye

22.
4.

ch. 29, 14. Judg.


9.2. 2 Sam. 5,1,

Ephes.

19, 13.

5, 30.

Heb. Isha.

Cor. 11,

ch.

31,

Mark

5.
1

Ps.

15.

Malt. 19,

45.10.

10,

7.

Cor. 6, 16. Eph.

5, 31.

inch.

3, 7, 10, II.

u Eicud.

32, 25.

the east of Assyria.

And

the fourth river

Rev.

12, 9,

&

20,

2.

b Matt. 10, 16.


Cor. 11, 3.
t

is

Heb. Yea, hecause, &c.

Lord God

took ||the man, and


^put him into the garden of Eden, to dress
it, and to keep it.

11,

2 Cor.
lTim.2,14.

13.
3.

c ver. 7.

Acts 26,

18.

Heb. a

Tim.

desire,
2.

said.

garden I

the serpent,
trees of the

3 "^But of the fruit of the tree which is in


the midst of the garden, God hath said. Ye
shall not eat of

ye

lest

it,

neither shall ye touch

it,

die.

4 ''And the serpent said unto the woman,


shall not surely die
5 For God doth know, that in the day ye eat
thereof, then '^your eyes shall be opened and
ye shall be as gods, knowing good and
:

evil.

c ch. 2, 17.

d ver.

And the woman said unto


may eat of the fruit of the

We

Ye

Isai. 47, 3,

said unto the

woman, fYea, hath God

shall not eat of every tree of the

garden
8.

t Heb. Ish.
1

field

made: and he

Heb. buMed.

h Prov.

serpent was ""more


any beast of the
which the Lord God had
='the

subtle than

6,20.
II

serpent deceiveth Eve. 6 Man's shameful fall. 9 God arraigneth them.


14 The serpent is cursed.
15 The promised seed.
16
The punishment of mankind. 21 Their first clothing. 22 Their
casting out of paradise.

20, 24.

1,

r Ps,8, 6.

Gihon the same is it that compasseth the


whole land of fEthiopia.
14 And the name of the third river is
'^Hiddekel
that is it which goeth Utoward

The

him.

Euphrates.
15 And the

Adam said. This is now 'bone of


bones, and flesh of my flesh: she shall be
called t Woman, because she was ''taken out
23 And

Adam,

Or,

was not

my

10, 4,

Or, eastward to
Assyria.

y ver.

11,7.

there

22 And the rib, which the Lord God had


taken from man, fmade he a woman, and
"brought her unto the man.

B2,

2, 14.

the ground.

6 But ||there went up a mist from the earth,


and watered the whole face of the ground.

&

2, 7,

but for

field:

flesh instead thereof:

ch. 3,22.
Prov.
3,18,(5: 11,30.

Rev.

II

Adam

of the

2 Kings 19. 12.


Ezek. 27, S3.

in the earth,

every living creature,

thereof.

found a help meet for him.


21 And the Lord God caused a ^deep
sleep to fall upon Adam, and he slept; and
he took one of his ribs, and closed up the

J.iel 2. 3.

o ch. 4, 16.

was

Lord God

13.

n ch.

make

ch. 13, 10.


Isai.
51, 3.
Ezpk- 28,

and made.
4 H ''These are the generations of the heavens and of the earth when they were created,
in the day that the Lord God made the earth
and the heavens,

the

not good

will

20 And Adam fgave names to all cattle,


and to the fowl of the air, and to every beast

Isai. 2,

22.

which he had made.

called

name

that icas the

.lets

17, 25.

work

Adam

soever

Cor. 15, 47.

.lob 33, 4.

is

"'I

formed every beast of the field, and every


fowl of the air, and '"brought themunto IJAdam
to see what he would call them; and what-

Heb. dust of the

And the Lord God said. It


man should be alone:

him a help f meet for him.


19 'And out of the ground

27. 28.

afi,

h ch.3. 19,23. Ps.


103, 14.
Ecrles.

work which he
made
and he

day from

38,

IT

that the

Or, a mist which


went tip from, &c.

II

God ended

18

Ps.

cb, 3, 23.

tlie

surely die.

Ps. 90,

1, 1.

2.

1,

host of them.

2 ''And on

88, 13.

ens and the earth were


finished,

5,

Isai.

Heb. created to
make.

d ch.

THUS

17.

14.

Lord God commanded the man,

the

Of every

tree of the garden fthou


mayest freely eat
17 '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 ""fthou shalt

20, 11, &.

Deut.
Hebr. 4, 4.

31,

H.

And

sayiug,

0.

Eioil,

Ii

CHAPTER

4,

a Ps. 33,

16

24.

104,

f Ps.

the

THE MAKING OF WOMAN.

111.

11.,

B.O. 4004.

had

that he

was very good.


evening and the morning were the
behold,

And when

was good

the

for food,

woman saw
and that

that the tree

loas f pleasant to
desired to make one
it

the eyes, and a tree to be


wise, she took of the fruit thereof,
3

""and

did

THE SERPENT DECEIVETH

GENESIS.

EVE.

MAN

SHAJIEFUL FALL.

FALL OF ADAM.

and gave also unto her husband with


her, ^and he did eat.
7 And ''the eyes of them both were opened,
'and they knew that they were naked and
they sewed fig-leaves together, and made

B.C 4004.

eat;

themselves aprons.
8 And they heard

II

ver. 12, 17.


ver. 5.
ch. 2, 25.

Or, things to gird


about.

Job 31,

''the

voice of the

Lord

Amos 9,

God walking in the


garden in the fcool
of the day: and Adam and his wife 'hid
themselves from the
presence of the Lord
God among

3,6.

3.

E-ioil.

John 3. 211.
Job3l,

18.

Prov.28, 13.
33.
o ver. 4. 2 Cor. 1 1,
3
1 Tim. 2, H.

p Exod.

21. 29. 32,

q lsai.65, 25. Mic.


7, 17.
r

&

Matt.

3, 7,

38,

23, 33.
Acts
44.

<fe

13,

13,10. 1 John 3,8.


Ps. 132, 11. Isai.

Mic.

7. 14.

Matt.

1,

Luke

1,

Gal. 4,
Rom. 16,20.
2,
14.

4.

Col.

Hebr.

15.

John

Rev. 12,7,

5, 3.

23, 25.
31, 34,

35.

Ps. 48,

2,

5. 5.
17,

Isai

6.

thou eat all the days of thy life


put enmity between thee and
the woman, and between 'thy seed and 'her
seed 'it shall bruise thy head, and thou shalt
''dust shalt

15

And

I will

bruise his heel.

16 Unto the woman he said, I will greatly


multiply thy sorrow and thy conception "in
sorrow thou shalt bring forth children: "and
thy desire shall be ||to thy husband, and he
;

John 8,

the trees

of the garden.
9 And the
Lord
God called unto Ad-

2, 25.

n ch.2,

Jer.

33.

23, 24.

14 And the Lord God said ^unto the serBecause thou hast done this, thou art
cursed above all cattle, and above every beast
of the field upon thy belly shalt thou go, and
pent,

k Job 38, 1.
Heb. ipind.
1

mch.

|1

i~*<

g
h

shall ^rule over thee.

17 And unto Adam he said, ''Because thou


hast hearkened unto the voice of thy wife,
''and hast eaten of the tree "of which I commanded thee, saying. Thou shalt not eat of

13, 8, & 21,


am, and said unto him. Where ari thou?
John 16. 21.
Tim. 2, 15.
10 And he said, I heard thy voice in the w ch. 4, 7.
it: Vursed is the ground for thy sake; "in sorOr, subject to
garden: ""and I was afraid, because I toas
row shalt thou eat o/"it all the days of thy Hfe:
husband.
Cor. 11, 3, &
X
naked; and I hid myself
18 ''Thorns also and thistles shall it fbring
14, 34. Ephes. 5,
22, 23, 24.
11 And he said, Who told thee that thou
forth
to thee; and "^thou shalt eat the herb of
Tim. 2, II, 12.
Tit. 2.
Pet.
wast naked 1 Hast thou eaten of the tree
the
field:
5,6.
15, 23
whereof I commanded thee that thou yz ver.Sam.
19 In the sweat of thy face shalt thou eat
6.
a ch.2, 17.
shouldst not eat?
bread,
till thou return unto the ground; for
b Eccles.
Isai. 24, 5, 6.
12 And the man said, "The woman whom
out of it wast thou taken for ^dust thou art,
Rom. , 20.
5,7. Ec.2,23.
thou gavest to be with me, she gave me of cd Job
and ''unto dust shalt thou return.
Job 31, 40
Heb. cause to bud.
the tree, and I did eat.
20 And Adam called his wife's name t||Eve,
e Ps, 104, 14.
13.
2
13 And the Lord God said unto the woman, f Eccles.
because she was the mother of all living.
Thess. 3, 10.
2, 7.
What is this that thou hast done ? And the Sh ch.
21 Unto Adam also and to his wife did the
Job 21, 26, i 34.
15,
woman said, "The serpent beguiled me, and Eccles.Ps. 3,104,29.
Lord God make coats of skins, and clothed
20, &
3.

thi/

II

5.

3, I,
1

1. 2. 3.

1,

I did eat.

Romans.
12, 7.
Heb. 9,27.
Heb. Chavah.
That IS. living.
5,12.

t
II

them.

HE

IS

CHAPTER

CAST OUT OF PARADISE.

DEATH
22 H

man
and
and

is

And

the

become

Lord God

as one of us, to

and now,

B.C.

said, 'Behold, the

know good

k ch.
I

live for ever:

The

Ileb.

4.

That

gotten,

IS,

t Heb. Hebel.

a ch.

Heb. a feeder.
23, <t 9,

3,

20.

Heb. at the end

Numb.

18, 12.

Numb.

IS, 17.

Prov. 3,
t

AND Adam knew

the

fell.

Lord

said unto Cain,

why

is

Why

art

thy countenance

fallen?
7 If thou doest well, shalt thou not ||be accepted? and if thou doest not well, sin lieth
at the door: and ||unto thee sliall he his desire, and thou shalt rule over him.
8 And Cain talked with Abel his brother:
and it came to pass when they were in the

d Heb. 11,14.

tl

Or, have the excellenctf ?

Lord.

Heb.

Or, subject unto


ch. 3, 16.

thee.

And

f M.itt. 23, 35.

John

3, 12.

Jude

11.

Ps. 9, 12.

h John
t

8, 44.

Heb. bloods.

\i

Lord

said unto Cain,

13 And Cain said unto the Lord, ||My


punishment
greater than I can bear.
/,s-

^Where

And

earth.

Or. Mineinifjuiti/
greater than
that it may beforgirrn.
(.;

the

Abel thy brother?

Heb. 12,24. Rev.


0, 10.

II

And

11

his

Am

e ch. 31,2.

the

Cain rose up against Abel


and 'slew him.

that

he said, ''I know


not:
I my brother's keeper?
10 And he said. What hast thou done? the
voice of thy brother's f blood 'crieth unto me
from the ground.
11 And now art thou cursed from the earth,
which hath opened her mouth to receive thy
brother's blood from thy hand.
12 When thou tillest the ground, it shall not
henceforth yield unto thee her strength: A
fugitive and a vagabond shalt thou be in the
is

II

she again bare


'^^ his brother t Abel: and
Abel was fa keeper of
sheep, but Cain was "a
tiller of the ground.
3 And fin process of time it came to pass,
that Cain brought ''of the fruit of the ground
an offering unto the Lord.
4 And Abel, he also brought of ''the firstlings of his fflock. and of the fat thereof And

countenance

And

brother,

or,

man from

field,

9.

Heb. sheep,
goats.

and she
conceived, and bare
Cain, and said, I have

his

of ihe days.

gotten a

5 But unto Cain, and to his offering, he had


not respect: and Cain was very wroth, ""and

9, 20.

ch. 2, 8.

or, acquired.

IV.

his wife

unto Abel, and to his

''respect

4003.
II

and religion of Cain and Abel. 8 The murder of


Abel.
11 The curse of Cain.
17 Enoch, ihe tirst city.
19 Lamech
and his two wives. 25 The birth of Seth, 26 and Enos.

Eve

ch. 4, 2, &,

Lord had

offering:

thou wroth? and

birth, trade,

2, 9.

n Ps^I04.

CHAPTER

the
Is.

&

lest

23 Therefore the Lord God sent him forth


from the garden of Eden, 'to till the ground
from whence he was taken.
24 So he drove out the man: and he placed
"at the east of the garden of Eden "Cherubims, and a flaming sword which turned every way, to keep the way of the tree of life.

Like

47, 12,
19, 12,
.Tpr. 22, 23.
13.

he put forth his hand,


take also of the tree of life, and eat, and

evil:

33T5.

cir.

CAIN KILLETH ABEL.

ABEL

OF

ver. 5.

IV.

Jell

1.5.

20-51

14 ''Behold, thou hast driven

me

out this

B.C.

day from the face of the earth and 'from thy


face shall I be hid; and 1 shall be a fugitive
and a vagabond in the earth; and it shall
come to pass, "Hhat every one that findeth

me

n Ps.

cir.

3876.

name

the

the 'father of

all

Rom.

4, 11, 12.

fCainan

Heb.

lohetter.

10

my wound,

in

my hurt.

s ver. 15.

t Heb. Sheth.

That

!l

13

3769.

u ch. 5, 6

Heb. Enosh.

Or. to rail themselves by the name

of the Lord.

1
Kings 18, 24.
Ps. 116,17. Joel
2, 32.
Zeph. 3,

9.

Cor. 1,2.

4004.

Chronicles 1,1.

Luke

3, 36.

b ch. 1,26. Ephes.


4, 24.

ch.

1,

Col. 3, 10.
27.

3874.

d ch.
e

4. 25.

Chron.

1, 1,

daughters

&c.

Hebr.

3, 19.

9,27.
3769.

h ch.

4, 26.

3679.

t Heb. Kenan.

3609.

t Gr. Maleleel.

3544.

3382.

V.

.lude 14, 15.

and deatli of the patriarchs from Adam unto


21 The godliness and translation of Enoch.

HIS

the "book of the generaAdam In the day that


God created man, in ''the likeness of God made he him
r%;av^ 2 "Male and female created he
them and blessed them, and called their
name Adam, in the day when they were
;

is

tions of

3317.
t Gr.

k ih.

Mathvsala.
6. 9,

17, 1,

&24,4D. 2 Kings
20, 3.
Ps. 16, 8,
116, 9,
128.

&

&

1. Mic.6,8. Mai.
2,6.

2 Kings 2, 11.

Heb.

3130t

created.

Heb. Lemech.

\ And Adam

lived a hundred and thirty


and begat a son in his own likeness,
after his image; and "called his name Seth:
4 "And the days of Adam after he had be-

II, 5.

years,

20 And all the days of Jared were nine


hundred sixty and two years and he died,
21 H And Enoch Hved sixty and five years,
and begat fMethuselah
22 And Enoch ''walked with God after he
begat Methuselah three hundred years, and
begat sons and daughters
23 And all the days of Enoch were three
hundred sixty and five years
24 And 'Enoch walked with God, and he
was not for God took hiuL
25 And Methuselah lived a hundred
eighty and seven years, and begat fLamech:
26 And Methuselah
lived after he begat
Lamech seven hundred eighty and two
years, and begat sons
and daughters
27 And all the days of
Methuselah were nine
hundred sixty and nine
vears
and he died.
28 T[ And Lamech lived a hundred eighty
and two years, and begat a son
29 And he called his name t||Noah, saying.
;

g ch.

genealogT,', age,

Nnali

And Cainan

halaleel eight

The

he begat Cainan
and begat

lived after he begat Mahundred and forty years, and


begat sons and daughters
14 And all the days of Cainan were nine
hundred and ten years and he died.
15 H And Mahalaleel lived sixty and five
years, and begat fJared
16 And Mahalaleel lived after he begat
Jared eight hundred and thirty years, and
begat sons and daughters
17 And all the days of Mahalaleel were eight
hundred ninety and five years and he died.
18 H And Jared lived a hundred sixty and
two years, and he begat 'Enoch
19 And Jared lived after he begat Enoch
eight hundred years, and begat sons and

appoint-

is,

ed, or, put.

t Heb. Jered.

CHAPTER
1

after

fifteen years,

3874.
ch. 5, 3.

Lord.

and

sons and daughters


11 And all the days of Enos were nine
hundred and five years and he died.
12 H And Cainan lived seventy years, and
begat fMahalaleel

<tc.

Or, in

And Enos Hved

eight hundred

Or, / would slay a

man

all

YoxGodi,said site, hath appointed me another


seed instead of Abel, whom Cain slew.
26 And to Seth, "to him also there was born
a son; and he called his name fEnos then
began men H^to call upon the name of the

name was

and organ.
22 And Zillah, she also bare Tubal-cain,
an f instructor of every artificer in brass and
iron: and the sister of Tubal-cain %oas Naamah.
23 And Lamecli said unto his wives, Adah
and Zillah, Hear my voice, ye wives of
Lamech, hearken unto my speech: for ||I
have slain a man to my wounding, and a
young man ||to my hurt.
24 'If Cain shall be avenged seven-fold,
truly Lamech seventy and seven-fold.
25 \ And Adam knew his wife again, and
she bare a son, and 'called his name t||Seth

years,

cattle.

was

he begat Enos eight


and begat sons and

after

Heb. Lemech.

II

Jubal: he
such as handle the harp

And

a hundred and five years.

1!

of his son, Enoch.

his brother's

''and

the days of Seth were nine hundred and twelve years and he died.
9 H And Enos lived ninety years, and begat
8

q Ps. 49, 11.

And

And

daughters

3875.

cir.

II

21

Enos

hundred and seven

52, 3.

Heb. Chanoch.

of the city after

unto Enoch was born Irad: and


Irad begat Mehujael: and Mehujael begat
Methusael: and Methusael begat fLamecli.
19 H And Laniech took unto him two
wives: the name of the one was Adah, and
the name of the other Zillah.
20 And Adah bare Jabal: he was the father
of such as dwell in tents, and of such as have
18

&

'"begat

And Seth hved

13, 23,
20.
Jer.

&, 24,
23, 39,

And Seth hved

and

p 2 Kings

name

FROM ADAM UNTO NOAH.

79, 12.

o Ezek. 9, 4, 6.

him.

called the

me.

16 H And Cain ^vvent out from the presence of the Lord, and dwelt in the land of
Nod, on the east of Eden.
17 And Cain knew his wife, and she conceived, and bare f Enoch: and he builded a
city, ''and

5 And all the days that Adam lived were


nine hundred and thirty years and he died.

Num.

6.

35, 19, 21, 27.

15 And the Lord said mito him, Therefore


whosoever slayeth Cain, vengeance shall be
And the Lord
taken on him" seven-fold.
"set a mark upon Cain, lest any finding him
kill

H.

Ps. SI,

In ch. 9,

gotten Seth were eight hundred years


he begat sons and daughters

should

GENESIS.

THE GENEALOGY OF THE PATRIARCHS

shall slay

Noe.
Luke
3,36. Hebr. II,

t Gr.
7.

Pet. 3, 20.

II

That

is, rest,

comfort.

or,

CHAPTERS

WICKEDNESS OF THE WORLD.

This same shall comfort us concerning onr


work and toil of our hands, because of the
ground '"which the Lord hath cursed.
30 And Laniech lived after he begat Noah
five hundred ninety and five years, and begat
sons and daughters
31 And all the days of Lamech were seven
hundred seventy and seven years; and he died.
32 And Noah was five hundred years old
and Noah begat "Shem, Ham, "and Japheth.

VI., VII.

B.C. 2448.

14 IT Make thee an ark of gopher-wood


froonis shalt thou make in the ark, and shalt
pitch it within and without with pitch.
:

mch.3,

&4, n.

IT,

2448.

n ch.

ch. 10, 21.

a oh.

make

28.

1,

b Deut.

7, 3, 4.

c Gal. 5, 16, 17.


Pot. 3, 19. 2().

i Ps. 78,

lleljrew wordsie-

not only
imagination.
but also the purposes and desires.
liitieth

the

VI.

The wickedness of the world, which provoked God's wrath, and


caused the flood. 8 Noah findeth grace. 14 The order, form, and
end of the ark.

ND

"when men
began to multiply on the face
and daughters
of the earth
were born unto them
2 That the sons of God saw
the daughters of men that they icere fair and
they ''took them wives of all which they chose.
it

came

to pass,

Deut.
e ch. 8, 21.
Prov. 6,
29, 19.
18.
Matt. 15, 19.
t Heb. every day.

I,

And

flesh

the

Lord

said,

'My

Spirit shall not

from man

Ileb.

unto beast.

h rh. 19,19. ExoJ.

with man, ''for that he also is


yet his days shall be a hundred and

17.

Isai.

12, 13. 16,17.

.13,

strive

twenty years.
4 There were giants in the earth in those
days and also after that, when the sons of
God came in unto the daughters of men, and
they bare children to them the same became
mighty men, which were of old, men of renown.
5 \ And God saw that the wickedness of
man loas great in the earth, and that every

Jam.

6.

63,10. Eph.
4,30,

\g

always

19.

Sara. 15.11,29.
24,
16.

Luke

Acts

30.

1,

7, 46.

ch.

7,

Ezek.

I.

Rom.

14, 14, 20.

Hebr. U,

1, 17.

2 Pet.

7.

2, 5.

Or, upright.

II

ch. 5, 32.

1|

6.

made man on

the earth, and

it

that he

had

^grieved

him

And

17,

&

8,

Hab.

le.

2L

18,

14,

2,

14,

&

Ps.

Amos

CHAPTER
1

Noah, with his family, and the

The

17

Pet. 4,7.

Or,/rom

ND
(ftc

earth.

Lord.
H These

the
9

and

II

perfect

in

his

ch. 7, 8.9,15,16.

u ch.

Hebr. 11,7. See


E.wd. 40. 16.

''walked with God.

10 And Noah begat


three sons, 'Shem, Ham, and Japheth.

The

earth also

was corrupt

'"before

God;

7, 5, 9, 16.

2349.

Matt.

Luke 17,
24, 38.
26.
Hebr. II, 7,
2
1 Pet. 3, 20.
Pet. 2, 5.

b ch.

fi,

9.

18, 19.
9.

and the earth was "filled with violence.


12 And God iooked upon the earth, and
for all flesh had corbehold, it was corrupt

Ps. 33,
Prov. 10,

2 Pet.

c ver. 8.

2, 9

Lev.

11.

t Heb. seven seven.

way upon the earth.


13 And God said unto Noah, ^The end of
all flesh is come before me
for the earth is
rupted his

d Lev. 10,

10.

hold, I will destroy

them

e ver. 12, 17.


t Heb. blot out.
t ch. 6, 22.

^and be-

|jwith the earth.

Eze-

kiel 44, 23

with violence through them

all

Noah,

thy house

for ''thee

me

have

in this

(generation.

2 Of every "clean beast thou shalt take to


thee by fsevens, the male and his female
and of beasts that are not clean by two, the

male and

his female.

Of

fowls also of the air by sevens, the


to keep seed alive
male and the female
upon the face of all the earth.
4 For yet seven days, and I will cause it to
3

X ch.

a ver. 7, 13.

""

See

7, 9, 15.
2, 19.

and Noah

generations,

2 Pet.

2. 5

ch.

generations of Noah
'Noah was a just man,

said unto

seen righteous before

Ch. 7,4,
21,22,23. 2 Pet.
2,5.

are the

Lord

into the ark

r ver. 13.

Pet. 3, 20.

the

"Come thou and

+ Heb. nests.

s ch. 7, 1, 7, 13.

VIL

living creatures, enter into the ark.

beginning, increase, and contmuance of the flood.

q ver. 17.

grace in the eyes of

filled

18 But with thee will I establish my covenant and 'thou shalt come into the ark, thou,
and thy sons, and thy wife, and thy sons'
wives with thee.
19 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 female.
20 Of fowls after their kind, and of cattle
after their kind, of every creeping thing of
the earth after his kind
two of every sort
"shall come unto thee, to keep the/n alive.
21 And take thou unto thee of all food that
is eaten, and thou shalt gather if to thee
and
it shall be for food for thee, and for them.
22 ""Thus did Noah; "according to all that
God commanded him, so did he.

11

thou make it.


17 ''And beliold, I, even I, do bring a flood
of waters upon the earth, to destroy all flesh,
wherein is the breath of life, from under
heaven a7id every thing that is in the earth

p Jer.51, 13. Ezek.

II

and

shalt

&

the ark,

above

the door of the ark shalt thou set in the side


thereof: with lower, second, and third stories

33, 13,
53, 2, 3.

8,2.

the

2,

8, 17.

7, 2, 3, 6.

Lord said, I will destroy man,


have created, from the face of the
earth fboth man and beast, and the creeping
thing, and the fowls of the air for it repeuteth me that I have made them.
8 But Noah ''found
7

2, 13,

3,19.

at his heart.

whom

1,

Rom.

28,

to

it

Luke

o ch.

Lord

10,9.

27.

n Ezek.

"imagination of the thoughts of his heart wcis

only evil f continually.


6 And "^it repented the

7, 1,4-

cli

&13,13. 2Cbrou.
34,

make

k ch. 5, 22.
1

shalt thou

in a cubit shalt tiiou finish

shall die.

See Numb. 23,


2 Sam.
Mai. 3,

shalt

The

of:

2448.
f

it

A window

and

2469.

which thou

this is the fashion

length of the ark sha/l be


three hundred cubits, the breadth of it fifty
cubits, and the height of it thirty cubits.

16

3S).

Or. the whole ima^inntton :


The

II

And

15

6, 10.

CHAPTER

FORM OF THE ARK.

2349.
g ver.

1.

rain

upon the earth ''forty days and forty


and every living substance that I

nights

have made will

I fdestroy from ofif the face


of the earth.
5 ''And Noah did according unto all that
the Lord commanded him.
6 And Noah was six hundred years old
when the flood of waters was upon the earth.

II

''And

Noah went

in,

and

his sons,

and

wives with him, into


the ark, because of the waters of the flood.
S Of clean beasts, and of beasts that are

his wife,

and

his sons'

GENESIS.

NOAH ENTERETH INTO THE ARK.

THE FLOOD.

ENTERING TEE ARK.


not clean, and of fowls, and of every thing
that creepeth upon the earth,
9 There went in two and two unto Noah
into the ark, the male and the female, as God

had commanded Noah.


10 And it came to pass,

up the
Or, on

II

h ch. 8,2. Prov. 8,


28. Ezek.26, 19.
Ot^ floodgates.

II

||

after

that the waters of the flood

seven days,

ch.

were upon the

1, ~,

&

8,

2.

Ps. 78, 23.

earth.

Me seventh

day.

ver. 4, 17.

11 H In the six hundredth year of Noah's


ver.
7.
Ch. 6,
IS.
Hebr, 11, 7.
life, in the second month, the seventeenth
Pet. 3, 20.
2
Pet. 2, 5.
day of the month, the same day were all
m ver. 2, 3, 8, 9.
''the fountains of the great deep broken up,
t Ileb. wini^.
were
opened.
heaven
and the ||'windows of
20.
n ch.
earth
fortyupon
the
12 ''And the rain was
ver. 2 3.
days and forty nights.
13 In the self-same day 'entered Noah, and p ver. 4, 12.
Shera, and Ham, and Japheth, the sons of
Noah, and Noah's wife, and the three wives
q Pb. IM. SO.
of his sons with them, into the ark
after
his
kind,
14 "They, and every beast
Jer.
r Ps. 104, 6.
3, 23.
and all the cattle after their kind, and every
creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth s ch. 6,13,17. Ver.
4.
Job 22, 16.
Matthew 24, 39.
after his kind, and every fowl after his kind,
Luke 17, 27. 2
Pet. 3, 6.
every bird of every fsort.
the
15 And they "went in unto Noah into
ch. 2, 7.
ark, two and two of all flesh, wherein is the
1 Heb. the breath of
breath of life.
the spirit of life
16 And they that went in, went in male
and female of all flesh, "as God had com- u 2 Pet. 2, 5, & 3,
manded him and the Lord shut him in.
ch. 8, 3, & ch.
compared
17 ^And the flood was forty days upon the
8,
4,
with verse 11 of
earth
and the waters increased, and bare
this chapter.
S
1,

ark,

and

it

was

ed.

20 Fifteen cubits upward did the waters


and the mountains were covered.
21 ^4nd all flesh died

prevail

moved upon

the

earth, both of fowl,

and

that

cattle, and of beast,


and of every creeping

(if

thing

that

upon the
every

up above the

18 And the waters prevailed, and were increased greatly upon the earth ''and the ark
went upon the face of the waters.
19 And the waters prevailed exceedingly
upon the earth 'and all the high hills that
tcere under the whole heaven were cover-

fi,

lift

earth.

creepeth

and

earth,

man

22 All in 'whose noswas fthe breath

trils

of

life,

of

all

that u-as in

the

dry

land,

died.

23 And every living substance was destroyed which was upon the face of the
ground, both man, and cattle, and the creeping things, and the fowl of the heaven and
and
they were destroyed from the earth
"Noah only remained alive, and they that
icere with him in the ark.
24 ''And the waters prevailed upon the
;

earth a hundred

and

fifty

days.

THE WATEllS ASSUAUE.


,

P^jj.

HAP T Eli

.j.*^^

-."^^^

CHAPTER
I

*"'

.'""B^O?''

THE

VHl.

1.1

F.

L O G

The waters

ND

Elod.

ch. 19,29.
i.

-24.

o,am.

1,

19.

the cattle

and
that was with him
living thing,

b Ei.kI. 14, 21.

the ark ""and God made a wind


pass over the earth, and the
:

and after the end ""of the


hundred and fifty days the waters were abated.
4 And the ark rested in the seventh month,
on the seventeenth day of the month, upon
the mountains of Ararat.
5

And

day of the mouth, were the tops


of the mountains seen.
6 \ And it came to pass at the end of forty
days, that Noah opened '^the window of the
ark which he had made
7 And he sent forth a raven, which went
forth fto and fro, until the waters were
dried up from off the earth.
8 Also he sent forth a dove from him, to see
if the waters were abated from off the face

on the

of the ground.

into the ark.

And the dove came in to him in the


evening, and lo, in her mouth iras an oliveleaf plucked ofiC So Noah knew that the wa1

t Ileb. in

goin^ and

returnvt^.

were abated from

off the earth.


stayed yet other seven days, and
sent forth the dove
which returned not
again unto him any more.
13 H And it came to pass in the six hundredth and first year, in the first month, the
first day of the month, the w aters were dried
up from off the earth and Noah removed
the covering of the ark, and looked, and be-

ters

12

e ch. 7. 24.

And he

werp in ga-

Ilf'li.

in:^

and decreas-

ing.

Ileb.

in

going

forth and return-

first

him

ark.
J Jul) 38, 37

the waters fdecreased continually,


month in the tenth month,

until the tenth

10 And he stayed yet other seven days


and again he sent forth the dove out of the

in

j'to

earth f continually

9 But the dove found no rest for the sole


of her foot, and she returned unto him into
the ark
for the waters ivere on the face of

Then he put forth his


hand, and took her, and f pulled her in unto

all

waters assuaged.
2 'The fountains also of the deep, and the
windows of heaven, were stopped, and ''the
rain from heaven was restrained.
3 And the waters returned from off the

-^'-^-sJ'^

the whole earth.

God "remembered Noah,

and every
>

FORTH OF THE ARK.

iNOAU GOETll

1.

E.

B.C. 2348.

assuage. 4 The ark resteth on Ararat. 7 The raven


and the dove. 15 Noah, being commanded, 18 goeth forth of the
20 He buildeth an altar, and offereth sacrifice, 21 which God
ark.
accepteth, and promiseth to curse the earth no more.

1 1

ing.

ground was dry.


14 And in the second month, on the seven
and twentieth dav of the month, was the
hold, the face of the

earth dried.
t Ileb. caused her
to come.

li

ch. 7. 15.

15 H And God spake unto Noah, saying,


16 Go forth of tlie ark, ^thou, and thy wife,
and thv sons, and tliv sons' wives w ith thee.
17 Bring forth with thee ''every living thing
that is with thee, of all flesh, both of fowl, and
of cattle, and of every creeping thing that
creepeth upon the earth that thev mav breed
y
;

GENESIS.

GOD BLESSETH NOAH.


abundantly in the earth, and 'be

And Noah went

B.C. 2348.

and

fruitful,

multiply upon the earth.

18

ch.

forth,

and

and

his sons,

Heb famihes

k Lev. ch.

and his sons' wives with him


19 Every beast, every creeping thing, and
every fowl, and whatsoever creepeth upon
the earth, after their f kinds, went forth out

earth.
Lev. 1,
20.41.

of every clean fowl,


and offered burnt-offerings on the altar.
21 And the Lord
smelled 'a fsweet savour; and the Lord
said in his heart, I will not again "'curse the
ground any more for man's sake; ||for the
"imagination of man's heart is evil from his
youth "neither will I again smite any more
every thing living, as I have done.
22 pf While the earth remaineth, seed-time

5, 2.

IT

6,

Or, though.

II

n ch. 6.5.

&

4,

51, 5.

J..bl4,

Matt.

15. 19.

Rom.

1,

21,

cS:

3,

23.

Isai. 54, 6.

erations.

t Heb. As yet all


the days of the

13

earth.

in

do

set

'my bow

the cloud, and

it

q Jer. 33, 20, 25.

be for a token of
a covenant between
shall

a ch. 1,28. Ver.

7,
10, 32.

Ch.

19.

b ch. 1,28. llos.2,


Is.

Deut. 19, 15, i14.3,9,11. Acts

10, 19, 13.

d ch.

me and the
14 And it

earth.
shall

14. 90.

14,

Cor. 10, 23, 26.


Col. 2, 16. ITim.
4, 3, 4.

to pass,

when I bring
bow shall be

remember my covenant,
between me and you, and every living creature of all flesh and the waters shall
no more become a flood to destroy all flesh.
16 And the bow shall be in the cloud and
I will look upon it, that I may remember
"the everlasting covenant between God and
every living creature of all flesh that is upon
15

come

a cloud over the earth, that the

seen in the cloud

29.

I,

Rom.

And

which

"I

will

is

17,

IX.

10,

&

Deut.

19.

11,
26.

23.

12,

Sam. 14,34. Acts


15, 20, 29.

g Exod. 21,28.
h ch.

4, 9, 10.

Ps.

9, 12.

dieth.

;ND God

blessed

the earth.

Acts 17, 26.

Noah and

his

and said unto them, "Be


fruitful, and multiply, and resons,

k Exod. 21, 12, 14.


Lev. 24,17. Matt.
Rev. 13,
26, 52.
10.

jplenish the earth.

2 ''And the fear of you, and the

dread of you, shall be upon every beast of the


earth, and upon every fowl of the air, upon

moveth upon the

all

that

all

the fishes of the sea

and upon
into your hand are
earth,

they delivered.
3 "^Every moving thing that liveth shall be
meat for you even as the ''green herb have 1
given you "all things.
4 '^But flesh with the life thereof, which is
the blood thereof, shall ye not eat.
5 And surely your blood of your lives will
I require
^at the hand of every beast will I
require it, and ''at the hand of man
at the
hand of every 'man's brother will I require
the life of man.
6 ''Whoso sheddeth man's blood, by man
shall his blood be shed 'for in the image of

ch.

1,

1,

19,

& ch.

26.

u ch.

6, 18.

145, 9.

20 And Noah began to be "a husbandman,


and he planted a vineyard
21 And he drank of the wine, ''and was
drunken and he was uncovered within his

q Isai. 54, 9.
r ch. 17, 11.
s

Rev.

4, 3.

God made he man.


7 And you, '"be ye

and multiply
the earth, and mul-

fruitful,

bring forth abundantly in

ch. 17, 13, 19.

sons with him, saying,


9 And I, "behold, I establish "my covenant
with you, and with your seed after you
10 PAnd with every living creature that is
10

22 And Ham, the father of Canaan,


the nakedness of his father, and told his
brethren without.

2347.
X ch. 10, 6.
t

Heb. Chenaan.

y ch.

5, 32.

z ch. 10, 32.


1
Chron. 1,4, &c.

a ch.
4,

&

19, 23,

3,

Prov.

2.

b Prov. 20. I.
Cor. 10, 12.

12,

d Deut. 27,
9,

9,

II

23.

20,21.

II

11, 16.

Or, servant to
them.
Or, persuade.

g Eph.

2, 13, 14,

23 ''And Shem and Japheth took a garment,


and laid it upon both their shoulders, and
went backward, and covered the nakedness
of their father; and their faces tcere backward, and they saw not their father's naked-

24 And Noah awoke from his wine, and


knew what his younger son had done unto

16.

f Ps. 144, 15.

Hebr.

saw
two

ness.

c Exod. 20, 12.


Gal. 6, 1.

Kings

to his

tent.

e Josh.

tiply therein.

H And God spake unto Noah, and

u Exod. 28, 12.


Lev. 26, 42, 45.
Ezek. 16, 60.

18 II And the sons of Noah that went forth


of the ark, were Shem, and Ham, and Japheth: "and
is the father of fCanaan.
19 ^These are the three sons of Noah ^and
of them was the whole earth overspread.

Ham

o Isai. 54, 9.

p Ps.

17 And God said unto Noah, This is the


token of the covenant which I have established between me and all flesh that is upon
the earth.

27.

1,

ver.

you, and every living


creature that is with
you, for perpetual gen-

ch. 9. II, 15.

God

and

make between me and

Ps.
15, J4.
Jer. 17, .

f Lev.

blesseth Noah. 4 Blood and murder are forbidden.


8 God's
covenant, 13 signified by the rainbow. 18 Noah replenisheth the
world, 20 planteth a vineyard, 21 is drunken, and mocked of his son,
25 curseth Canaan, 26 blesseth Shem, 27 prayeth for Japheth, 29

11 And ''I will establish my covenant with


you; neither shall all flesh be cut off any more
by the waters of a flood neither shall there
any more be a flood to destroy the earth.
12 And God said, "^This is the token of
the covenant which I
;

ch.3, 17,<t

14,

2,

rest.

and harvest, and cold and heat, and summer


and winter, and "Jday and night, shall not

CHAPTER

2 Cor.

t Heb. a savour of

cease.

Ezek.

9.

Ephes.

16.

20 H And Noah budded an altar unto the


LoitD, and took of
"every clean beast, and

COVENANT.

II.

his wife,

of the ark.

with you, of the fowl, of the cattle, and of


every beast of the earth with you, from all
that go out of the ark, to every beast of the

22.

1,

GOD

&

him.

25 And he said, ''Cursed he Canaan; ""a servant of servants shall he be unto his brethren.
26 And he said, "^Blessed be the Lord God
of Shem; and Canaan shall be ||his servant.
27 God shall
enlarge Japheth, "and he
||

CHAPTERS

THE GENERATIONS OF NOAH.

Shem; and Canaan

shall dwell in the tents of

shall be his servant.

28 T[ And Noah lived after the flood three


hundred and fifty years;
29 And all the days of Noah were nine
hundred and fifty years; and he died.

CHAPTER
I

The generations of Noah. 2 The sons


Ham. 8 Nimrod the first monarch.

X.

of Japheth. 6 The sons of


21 The sons of Shem.

OW these are the generations

of the sons of

Noah; 8heni,

Ham, and Japheth

"and unto

them were sons born

after the

flood.

2 ""The sons of Japheth;

Co-

and Magog, and Madai, and Javaii, and


Tubal, and Meshech, and Tiras.
3 And the sons of Gomer; Ashkenaz, and
Riphath, and Togannah.
4 And the sons of Javan Elishah, and
Tarshish, Kittim, and UDodanim.
5 By these were 'the isles of the Gentiles
divided in their lands every one after his
rner,

tongue, after their families, in their nations.


Cush, and
6 H '^And the sons of

Ham

Mizraim, and Phut, and Canaan.


7 And the sons of Cush; Seba, and Havilah, and Sabtah, and Raamah, and Sabteclia:
and the sons of Raamah Sheba, and Dedan.
;

__.

And Cush

begat

Nimrod: he began to
be a mighty one in the
earth.

He was

migh-

ty iiunter '^before the

P
''-'^'

'

"""^

'""-

Lord: wherefore it is
Even as Nimrod

said.

the mighty hunter before the Lord.

10 ^And the beginning of his kingdom was


Babel,
and Erech, and Accad, and Calueli,
f
in the land of Shinar.
11 Out of that land ||went forth Asshur,

and builded Nineveh, and ||the city Rehoboth, and Calah,


12 And Resen between Nineveh and Calah
the same is a great city.
13 And Mizraim begat Ludim, and Anamim,
and Lehabim, and Naphtuhim,
14 And Pathrusim, and Casluhim (''out of
whom came Philistim), and Caphtorim.
15 H And Canaan begat fSidon his firstborn, and Hetli,
16 And the Jebusite, and the Amorite, and
the Girgasite,

17

And

the Hivite,

and the Arkite, and the

Sinite,

18 And the Arvadite, and the Zeniarite, and


the Hamathite: and afterward were the families of the Canaanites spread abroad.
19 'And the border of the Canaanites was
from Sidon, as thou comest to Gerar, unto
fGaza; as thou goest unto Sodom and Go-

B.C. cir 2247.

X.,

XI.

BUILDING OF BABEL,

GENESIS.

THE CONFUSION OF TONGUES.

GENERATIONS OF SHEM.

^^^^-^

THE TOWER OF BAB EI


be restrained from thein, which they have
"imagined to do.
7 Go to, *^let us go down, and there confound their language, that they may ^not understand one another's speech.
8 So '"the Lord scattered them abroad from
tlience 'upon the face of all the earth: and
they left off to build the city.
9 Therefore is the name of it called Babel,
"because the Lord did there confound the
language of all the earth and from thence
did the Lord scatter them abroad upon the

f ch. I, 26.

Ps. 2,

Acts

2, 4, 5,

4.

Reu

6.

ch. 42, 23. Deut.


28, 4y. Jer. 5. 15.

Cur. 14,2, 11.

h Luke 1,51.

That

1|

II

20

sion.

face of

chap. 10, 22.


1 Chron. 1, 17.

the earth.

all

Arphaxad two years

And Arphaxad

lived

years, ""and begat Salah

13

And Arphaxad

five

and

thirty

And

3, 3P.

Chron.

1, 19.

o Called, Luke
35, Phalec.

3.

2217.
2185.

p Luke

Salah lived thirty years, and begat

16 "And Eber lived four and thirty years,


and begat "Peleg
17 And Eber hved after he begat Peleg four
12

35, Sa-

3,

rvch.

2155.

Eber

daughters.

And Serug

lived thirty years,

and begat

23 And Serug lived after he begat Nahor


two hundred years, and begat sons and
daughters.

he begat Sa-

15 And Salah lived after he begat Eber four


hundred and three years, and begat sons and

and

2247.

lived after

lah four hundred and three years, and begat


sons and daughters.

14

See Luke
2251.

daughters.

J2

22

after the flood

11 And Shem lived after he begat Arphaxad five hundred years, and begat sons and

thirty years,

Nahor

2311.

two and

daughters.

2346.

10 H 'These are the generations of Shem


Shem was a hundred years old, and begat

lieu lived

21 And Reu lived after he begat Serug two


hundred and seven years, and begat sons and

Cor. 14, 23.

And

begat PSerug

confu-

is,

19 And Peleg lived after he begat Reu two


hundred and nine years, and begat sons and
daughters.

ch. 10, 25, 32.

hundred and thirty years, and begat sons


and daughters.
18 And Peleg lived thirty years, and begat

2126.

q Luke

3, 34,

Tha-

ra.

2056.
r

Josh. 24,

Chron.

s ch. 17, 15,


12.

24 And Nahor lived nine and twenty years,


and begat iTerah
25 And Nahor lived after he begat Terah
a hundred and nineteen years, and begat
sons and daughters.
26 And Terah lived seventy years, and 'begat Abram, Nahor, and Haran.
27 H Now these are the generations of
Terah
Terah begat Abram, Nahor, and
Haran and Haran begat Lot.
28 And Haran died before his father Terah

2.

26.

20,

land of his nativity, in Ur of the


Chaldees.
29 And Abram and Nahor took them wives:
and
the name of Abram's wife nr/s "Sarai

in the

GOD CALLETH

CHAPTERS

ABRA.M.

B.C. I02I.

of Nahor's wife *]\Iilcah, the daughter of Haran, the father of Milcah, and the
father of Iscah.
30 BufSarai was barren; she had no child.
the

XII.,

name

16,

rli.

12 Therefore it shall come to pass, when


the Egyptians shall see thee, that they shall
say, This is his wife and they ''will kill me,
but they will save thee alive.
13 ''Say, I pray thee, thou art my sister:
that it may be well with me for thy sake
and my soul shall live because of thee.
14 H And it came to pass, that when Abram
was come into Egypt, the Egyptians 'beheld
the woman that she was very fair.
15 Tlie princes also of Pharaoh saw her,
and commended her before Pharaoh and the
woman was ''taken into Pharaoh's house.
16 And he 'entreated Abram well for her
sake: and he had sheep, and o.\en, and heasses, and men-servants, and maid-servants,

2,

I,

IK, II, 12,

31 And Terah "took Abram his son, and


Lot the son of Haran his son's son, and

I Neh. 9, 7.

Acts

7, 4.

Sarai his daughter-in-law, his son Abrani's


) ch,

and they went forth with them from


"Ur of the Chaldees, to go into 'the land of
Canaan and they came unto Haran, and

wife

10, 19.

1U23.

cir.

1921.

dwelt there.
32 And the days of Terah were two hundred and live years and Terah died in Ha-

a ch. 15,

Neh.

7.

Isai. 41, 2.

9, 7.

Acts

Hebr.

7, 3.

11,8.
jj

God

&

lb ch. 17, 6,

ran.

CHAPTER
calleth

18.

.;

j'c ch.

Abram, and blesseth him wiih a promise of Christ. 4


journeyeth through Ca10 He is driven by a famplagues

"Lord had

the

I'Unto a land that

is

compelled to

great

3,

ch.27,29. Eiod.

will

and she-asses, and camels.

Num.24,

9.

said unto

f ch. 18, 18, &. 22,


Ps.
18, cfe 26, 4.

72,
25.

Acts 3,
Gal. i. S.

17.

1921.

shew
g ch.

"thee:

make

of thee a great nation,


and make thy name
''and thou shalt be a blessing
I will

Gal.

14.

Abram, Get thee out of thy


^country, and from thy kindred,
and from thy father's house,

"and I will

his wife to be his sister.


23,22.

i;OVV

18,
6.

24,35.

J ch.28, 4.

restore her.

2 ""And

Deut. 26,
Kings 3, 8.

!i

XII.

departeth with Lot from Haran. 6 He


naan, 'which IS promised him ma vision.
11 Fear malieth him feign
ine into Egypt.
It Pharaoh, having taken her from him, by

He

bless thee,

4 So Abram departed, as the Lord had


spoken unto him, and Lot went with him
and Abram teas seventy and five years old
when he departed out of Haran.
5 And Al)ram took Sarai his wife, and Lot
his brother's son, and all their sitbstance that
they had gathered, and ^the souls that they
had gotten ''in Haran and the}' went forth
to go into the land of Canaan and into the
land of Canaan they came.
6 \ And Abram 'passed through the land
unto the place of Sichem, ''unto the plain of
.Moreh.
'And the Canaanite was then in the

14, 14.

17 And the Lord ''plagued Pharaoh and his


house with great plagues because of Sarai,
Abram's wife.
18 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

'

ch. II, 31.

wife

|i

I'k
II

3 And I will bless them that bless thee,


and curse him that curseth thee ^and in
thee shall all families of the earth be blessed.

abram and lot leave egypt.

Sarai his wife. Behold now, I know that thou


art "a fair woman to look upon

ch. 22, 20.

XIII.

I
I;
!i

Hebr.

11, 9.

Deut. 11,
Judges 7,

30.

19

She

I.

ch. in, 18, 19, <t


13,7,

n ch.
8.

p ch.

13, 15,
17,
Ps. 105,9,11.1'

j|

13, 4.

^^s^

r ch. 26,

Ps 105,

ch. 43,

ch.26,

vpr. 14.

ch. 20, II. <t 26.

Abram and Lot

into

Egypt

there; for the famine loas 'grievous in

the

land.

11 And it came to pass, when he was come


near to enter into Egvpt. that he said unto

and
all

XHI.
7

ch.20,.'i, 13.

ND

See

2 ''And

b ch.

20, 18.
1
Chri.n. 16, 21.
Ps. 105, 14. Heb.
13, 4.

c ch. 20, 9,

26,

d Prov. 21,

I.

cir. 1918.
9.

c ch. 12, 8, 9.
.1

Beth-el and Hai


4 Unto the ''place of the

which he had
and there Abram
"called on the name of the Lord.
5 H And Lot also, which went with Abram,
had flocks, and herds, and tents.

Ps.

Prov, 10,

ch. 12, 7, 8.

e Ps. 116, 17
f ch. 36, 7.

g ch. 26. 20.

in gold.

And

made

10.

very rich

and

he went on his journeys "from the


south even to Beth-el, unto the place where
his tent had been at the beginning, between
3

a ch. 20, 14.

112. 3.
22,

Abram was

in cattle, in silver,

z ch. 20, 2.

of

"into the south.

Matt.

5,28.

out

Egypt, he, and his wife, and all


that he had, and Lot with him,

cir. 1920.

ch. 39, 7.

Abram went up

il

ch. 26, 7.

to sojourn

men
:

By disagreement they part


14 God reneweth the
10 Lot goeth to wicked Sodom.
promise to Abram, 18 He removeth to Hebron, and there buiideth
an altar.
return out of Egypt.

b ch. 24, 35.

famine in the land

his

asunder,

a ch. 12,

''a

Pharaoh

commanded

CHAPTER

13.

1.

And there was


and Abram 'went down

thy way.
20 ''And

10 ^

now

they sent him away, and his wife, and


that he had.

said,

toward the south.

so

to wife:

concerning him

n ch. 13, 3.

'

unto the Lord, and ^called upon the name


of the Lord.
9 And Abram journeyed, fgoing on still

sister

behold thy
wife, take her, and go

journeying.

Loud appeared unto Abram,


"Unto thy seed will I give this
land and there liuilded he an "altar unto the
Lord, who appeared unto hiin.
8 And he removed from thence unto a
mountain on the east of Beth-el, and pitched
his tent, having Beth-el on the west, and Hai
on the east and there he builded an altar

me

to

o ch. 13,4.

7 "'And the

my

therefore

and

is

might have taken her

land.

Why saidst thou.

there at

And

''the

the

land

altar,

first:

was not

able to bear them,

that they might dwell together

for their substance was great, so that they could not dwell
:

together.

7 And there was ^a strife between the herdmen of Abram's cattle and the herdmen of

13

'

GENESIS.

ABRAM AND LOT PART ASU.\DER.

SEPARATION OF
Lot's

cattle

''and

B.C.

and the

the Caiiaanite

Perizzite dwelled then in the land.


8 And Abrani said unto Lot, 'Let there be

ci
1

we

now

cir. 1918.

thine eyes, and look from the place


where thou art, "northward, and southward,
and eastward, and westward:
15 For all the land which thou seest, "to
thee will 1 give it, and ^to thy seed for ever.

Heb. men
See

brethch.

I,

Exiid 2,
Ps. 133, 1.

27, 31.

no strife, I pray thee, between me and thee,


and between my herdmen and thy herdmen;
for

AM AND LOT.

AEF.

ch. 12, 6.
1 Cor. 6, 7.

ren
13.

Acts 7, 26.
k ch. 20, 15,

&

34,

10.

be fbrethren.

9 ^Is not the whole land before thee


arate thyself, I pray thee, from me

mch.

his

And Lot

numbered.
17 Arise, walk through the land in the
length of it and in the breadth of it; for 1

51, 3.

&

14, 2, 8,
19, 22.
q ch. 19, 29

1917.

cir.

r ch. 14.

up

"the plain of Jordan, that it was well


watered every where,

&

12,

it unto thee.
18 Then Abram removed his tent, and came
and "dwelt in the f plain of Mamre, ''which is
in Hebron, and built there an altar unto the

19,

2Pet. 2,7,

I.

will give

8.

ch. 18,20. Ezek.


2 Pel. 2,
16, 49.

ch. 6, 11.

7, 8.

all

u ver.

Lord deSodom and

11.

Lord.

ch. 28, 14.


I ch. 12, 7,
15,
18,4- 17,8,
24.
7. <t26, 4. Num.
34, 12. Deut 34.

&

&

before the

stroved

3,17.

Dcul.

p ch.

and beheld

eyes,

Jam.

19, 17.

34,3. Ps. 107,34.


n ch. 19, 24, 25o ch. 2, 10.
Isai.

'if

lifted

16 And ''I will make thy seed as the dust


of the earth: so that if a man can number the
dust of the earth, the7i shall thy seed also be

Heb.

12,18.

12, 14.

Sep-

thou
ivilt take the left hand, then 1 will go to the
right; or li thou depart to the right hand, then
I will go to the left.
:

Rom.

Acts 7, 5.
y 2 Chron. 20,7

CHAPTER
1

4.

Gomorrah, "even as the


Lord,

112,2.

14,

their portions,

he restoreth to the king of Sodom.

22,

ND

it came to pass, in the days


Amraphel king "of Shinar,
[iArioch king of Ellasar, Che-

32, 12.

Exod.32,

Numb.

13.

({of

23, 10.

Deut.

1,

10.

Kmgs

4, 20.

Chrnn. 27, 23.

Isai. 48, 19

Jer.

Rom.

33, 22.

4,

Heh

16, 17, 18.


11, 12.

14.

10, 10,

11,

2.
Isiii.

II, 11.

c Deut. 29, S3,


il

rh. 19, 22

Deut.

3, 17.

Numb.
I

34, 12.
Ps.

.losh. 3, 16.

107. 34

li

t Heb. plains.
h ch. 35, 27, i 37,

a ch. 14, 13.

a ch.

XIV.

The battle of four kings against five. 11 Lot is taken prisoner, 14


Abram rescueth him. 18 MelchizeHek blesseth Abram. 20 Abram
giveth him tithe. 22 The rest of the spoil, his partners liaving had

17,4 26.4, i28,

as thou

z ch. 15. 5,

land ofEgypt,

comest unto ^Zoar.


11 Then Lot chose him all the plain of
Jordan and Lot journeyed east and they
separated themselves the one from the other.
12 Abram dwelled in the land of Canaan,
and Lot ^dwelled in the cities of the plain,
and 'pitched his tent toward Sodom.
13 But the men of Sodom 'were wicked
and 'sinners before the Lord, exceedingly.
14 1[ And the Lord said unto Abram, after
that Lot "was separated from hiuL Lift up
]4

Fs. 37, 22, 29,

ijarden of the
like the

THE BATTLE OF THE KINGS.

idorlaomer king of ''Elam, and


}Tidal king of nations;
2 That these 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
Bela,

which

is

''Zoar.

3 All these were joined together in the vale


of Siddini, ''which is the salt sea.

LOT

CHAPTERS

TAKEN CAPTIVE.

IS

B.C.

Twelve years hhey served Chedorlaomer,

in

and smote
naim, and

mims

^the
'the

Rephaims

""in

Zuzinis in

''and

h Josh.

tlie

6 'And the Horites in their mount Seir,


unto ||El-paran, which is by the wilder-

Deut.

which

Numb.

And

2 Chron. 20,

n ch. 11,

2.

3.

earth,

ch. 19, 17, 30.

23 That

p ver. 16, 21.

q ch. 12,

went out the king of Sodom,


and the king of Gomorrah, and the king of
Admah, and the king of Zeboiim, and the
king of Bela (the same is Zoar) and they
joined battle with them in the vale of Siddim
9 With Chedorlaomer the king of Elam,
8

I ''have lifted

is

..

there

ch. 13, 18.

ver. 24.

thing that

ch. 15, 3, <t 17,


12,27. Ecc. 2.7

Deuteron. .34,
JuJg. 18.29.

them take

Ud forth.

II

Or,

II

Or, instructed,

I.

CHAPTER

y Isai. 41,2.3.

a Judg. II, 34.

Sam.
c 2

18, 6.

b Hebr.

by faith. 7 Canaan
a sign, 12 and a vision.
IS justified

7, 1.

Sam.

H.

18,

FTER

heard that "his brother was taken captive, he armed his ||trained servants, "born in his own house, three
hundred and eighteen, and pursued them
"unto Dan.
15 And he divided himself against them,
he and his servants by night, and ^smote
them, and pursued them unto Hobah, which
||

Ruth
Sam.

unto

am thy "shield, and thy

Abram:

exceeding

reward.
2 And Abram said, Lord God,
what wilt thou give me, "seeing I go childless, and the steward of my house is this
Eliezer of Damascus ?
3 And Abram said, Behold, to me thou hast
given no seed and lo, ''one born in my house

h ch. 24, 27.

Hebr.

7, 4.

Heb. souU.

k Eiod. 6, 8.

Dan.

Rev.

12, 7.

10,

5, 6.

ver. 19.
33.

ch. 21,

So Esther

9, 15,

is

16.

a Dan. 10,

Acts

I.

10, 10, II.

b ch. 26, 24.

c Ps. 3, 3,

&
4,

Dan.

Luke

10, 12.
13, 30.

1,

5, 12,

<fe

&

84, 11.
91.
119, 114.

&

d Ps. 16,5,

58,

<fe

Prov. 11,18.

11.

e Acts 7, 5.
f ch. 14, 14.

g 2 Sam.

&

7, 12.

2 Chron.

16.11.

10,

4,18,

"to give thee this land to inherit

1,

Heb.

3, 6.

I.

14,

Sam. 14. 9. 10.


2 Kings 20, 8.
1

the "king's dale.

Luke

1, 18.

r Jer. 34. 18, 19.


s

Lev.

Gen.

1,

4, 13.

2.

17.

21.

it.

And he said. Lord God, ''whereby shall


I know that I shall inherit it
9 And he said unto him, Take me a heifer
8

4, 3, 9.

for righteousness.

Chron, 27. 23.

Rom

him

said unto him,

Exod.

Deut
10, 22.

(fe

to

I ? the Lord
that "brought thee out of Ur of the Chaldees,

Jcr. 33, 22.

32, 13.

it

And he

147, 4.

k ch.22. 17.

heir.

"'counted

32, 21.

h Ps.

mine

4 And behold, the word of the Lord came


unto him, saying. This shall not be thine
heir; but he that "^shall come forth out of thine
own bowels shall be thine heir.
5 And he brought him forth abroad, and
said. Look now toward heaven, and ""tell the
'stars, if thou be able to number them: and
he said unto him, ""So shall thy seed be.
6 And he 'believed in the Lord; and he

n ver. 13.

11.12.
Seech.
on the left hand of Damascus.
13, 16.
16 And he brought back ^all the goods, and
Rom.
22.
Gal.
Jam,
also brought again his brother Lot, and his
2, 23.
m Pa. 106, 31.
goods, and the women also, and the people.
n ch. 12,
17 H And the king of Sodom Hvent out to
o ch. II, 28, 31.
meet him (''after his return from the slaughter p Ps. 105, 42, 44.
Rom. 4, 13.
of Chedorlaomer, and of the kings that tcere
q Seech. 24, 13,
with him), at the valley of Shaveh, which is
JudB, 6, 17, 37.

word of
Abram Mn a

these things the

great

ver. 22. Matt. II,


25.

is

18 And''Melchizedek king of Salem brought


forth bread and wine and he loas 'the priest
of ""the most high God.

of an heir.
6 Abram

promised again, and confirmed by

vision, saying, ''Fear not,

3.

2. 5.

Mamre

And when Abram

Acts

6, 6.

16, 17.
10.
2

is

Lord came

the

Mic.

Ileb

4.

6.

.5,

in

14

no,

e Ps.

XV.

God encourageth .Abram. 2 .Abram complaineth for want


4 God promiseth him a son, and a multiplying of his seed.

Ilpljr. 7, I.

il

dwelt

the Amorite, brother


of Eshcol, and brother of Aner: 'and these
were confederate with Abram.

their portion.

z ver. 11, 12.

12 And they took


Lot, Abram's ''broth-

in the plain of

is thine, lest

8.

Sodom, and his


goods, and departed.
13 IT And there came one that had escaped,
and told Abram the Hebrew; for 'he dwelt

and that

have made Abram rich


24 Save only that which the young men
have eaten, and the portion of the men "which
went with me, Aner, Eshcol, and Mamre let

u ch. 13,

son, "'who

from a thread even


I will not take any
thou shouldst say, I

will not take

to a shoe-latchet,

er's

'"I

5.

r ch. 13. 12.

and with Tidal king of nations, and Amraphel king of Shinar, and Ariocli king of
Ellasar; four kings with five.
10 And the vale of Siddim ims full of "sVimepits and the kings of Sodom and Gomorrah
(led, and fell there: and they that remained
Hed to the mountain.
11 And they took
''all the goods of Sodom and Gomorrah,
and all their victuals,
and went their wav.

be

of

22 And Abram said to the king of Sodom,


up my hand unto the Lord, the
most high God, 'the possessor of heaven and

&

12, 16,

13,3.

A SON.

thyself

plam of
7'(ir<m,ch.21,2l.

En-

Kadesh, and smote all the


country of the Amalekites, and also the Aniorites, that dwelt "'in Hazezon-tamar.
mishpat,

2, 12, 22,

the

llr.

ness.

to

2, 10, 11.

Or, the plain of


Kiriathaim.

[I

they returned, and came

13,

2, 20.

k Deut.

in ||Shaveh Kiriatliaim,

And

12, 4,

12.

Deut.

gou promiseth abuam

heaven and earth:


20 And ""blessed be the most liigh God,
which hath dehvered thine enemies into thy
hand.
And he gave him tithes 'of all.
21 And the king of Sodom said unto Abram,
Give me the fpersons, and take the goods to

Deut.

3, II.

li

1913.

cir

Ashteroth Kar-

Ham,

2li.

S ch. 15,20.

X V.

v.,

19 And he blessed him, and said. Blessed


Abram of the most high God, ^possessor

cir. 1913.

f ch. 9,

the thirteenth year they rehelled.


5 And in the t'ourtcenth year came Clicdorlaonier, and tlie kings tliat were with him,

and

XI

.Tob

of three years old, and a she-goat of three


years old, and a ram of three years old, and
a turtle-dove, and a young pigeon.
10 And he took unto him all these, and "^divided them in the midst, and laid each piece
one against another: but 'the birds divided

he

not.

11 And when the fowls came down upon


the carcasses, Abram drove them away.

12

And when

the sun

15

was going down,

'a

ABRAM

IS

GENESIS.

JUSTIFIED BY FAITH.

SARAI GIVETH HAGAR TO ABRAM.

FLIOHT OF H4GAR.
D.C.

deep sleep fell upon


Abram; and lo, a horror of great darkness

cir. 1913.

u E\oil 12,40. Ps.


105,23. Acts?, 6.

Exod.

21 And the Amorites, and the Canaanites,


and the Girgashites, and the Jebusites.

Ps.

1, 11.

CHAPTER

105, 25.

fell

13

upon him.

And he

Abram,

I Exod. 6,

6, 22.

said unto

y Eiod. 12,36.

Know

Ps.

105, 37.

of a
surety "that thy seed
shall be a stranger in a
land that is not theirs,
and shall serve them;
and "they shall afflict them four hundred
years
14 And also that nation whom they shall
serve, ''will I judge and afterward 'shall they
come out with great substance.
15 And ""thou shalt go to thy fathers in
peace; ""thou shalt be buried in a good old age.
16 But 4n the fourth generation they shall
come hither again: for the iniquity ''of the
Amorites Hs not yet full.
17 And it came to pass, that when the sun
went down, and it was dark, behold a smoking furnace, and fa burning lamp that "^passed between those pieces.
18 In that same 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
19 The Kenites, and the Kenizzites, and

bom.

is

OW

o Acts 13, 36.

b ch. 25,

Sarai, Abram's wife,


him no children: and
she had a handmaid, ''an
Egyptian, whose name was

8.

"bare

c Eiod. 12, 40.

d
e

Kings

Dan.

21, 26.

Matt.

8, 23.

32.

2.'!,

XVI.

Sarai, being barren, giveth Hagar to Abram.


4 Hagar, being afflicted for despising her mistress, runneth away. 7 An angel sendeth
her back to submit herself, 11 and Icllelh her of her child. 15 Ish-

maei

z Job 5, 26.

Thess

2. 16.

''Hagar.

Heb. a lamp of
fire.

2 ''And

f Jer. 34, 18, 19.

g ch. 24,

7.

&

ch. 12,7,
15,

he Kadmonites,
20 And the Hittites, and the Perizzites, and
the Rephaims.
16

Deut.

6.

&

13,

Ex.

26,4.

Num.34,

23,31.

Deut. l,7,i

3.

&

11,24,
34, 4.
Josh. 1,4.
1

Kings

4, 21.

Neh.

Chr. 9,26.

Ps. 105, II.


Isai. 27, 12.

9,8.

a ch. 15,

2, 3.

ch. 21,9.

c Gal. 4, 24.
d ch. 30,

3.

e ch. 20, 18,

<fe

30.

Sam. 1,5,6.
f Soch. 30. 3. 9.
t Heb. be bmlded
2.

by her.

g ch.

Sam

24, 12.

Pmv.

15, 1.

Ps, 106,
Jer. 38, 5.

Heb. that which


IS

voice of Sarai.
3 And Sarai, Abram's wife, took Hagar her
maid the Egyptian, after Abram '"had dwelt
ten years in the land of Canaan, and gave her
to her husband Abram to be his wife.

4 \ And he went in unto Hagar, and she


conceived: and when she saw that she had
conceived, her mistress was 'despised in her

good

eyes.

in

And Sarai said unto Abram, My wrong


upon
thee: I have given my maid into thy
be
bosom and when she saw that she had conceived, I was despised in her eyes: ""the Lord
judge between me and thee.
;

IPet.

3, 7.

41,42.
I

me

from bearing: I pray thee ''go in unto


maid; it maybe that I may fobtain children by her. And Abram ^hearkened to the
ed

my

2 S.im. 6, 16.
Prov. 30, 21, 23.

m.lob 2, 6.

unto

eyes.

ch. 12, 5.

k ch. 31, 53.


1

said

''hath restrain-

3, 17.

1911.

Sarai

Abram, Behold now, the Lord

thine

6 'But

maid

Abram

is in

said unto Sarai, ""Behold, thy


thy hand; do to her fas it pleaseth

CHAPTER

GOD IIENKWETII THE COVKNANT.

And when

thee.

B.C.

Sarai fdealt hardly with


7

2, 15.

ch.25, 18.

1)

p Exod.

by a fountam of water

15, 25.

q Tit. 2,

9.

r ch. 17, 20,

way

fountain in
to pShur.

the

s ch.

flee

&.

I,

Luko

1,

Thutis, God shall

II

hear,

thou
raniest
and
whither wilt thou go ?
from tlie face of my mis-

ch. 21, 20.

u ch. 25, 18.


I ch. 31, 42.

&

y ch. 24, 62.

25,

II.

And

the angel of the

Lord

II

said unto her,

That

the well

is,

of him that liveth


seeth me.

her,

'I

7.

1)

26

13,

ver.

lasting possession

1910.

a ch. 12,

shall

J.

&

b ch. 58, 3,
E.\od.

11.

Ueut.
c ch.

35,

S,

3.

10, 17.

5, 22, 4;

48,

lKjiigsa,4,

15.

i8,

2 Kings

25.

211, 3.

Or, upright, or,


sincere.

d ch.

6,

18, 13.

Dcut.
Job 1, 1.

.Matt. 5, 48.

behold,

g Rom.

Bered.
15 H And "Hagar bare

a son:

4,

Thatis, Father of
a great multitude.

and

Rom.

Abram his name

changed

token
of a greater blessing.
10 Circumcision is instituted.
J5 Sarai her
name is changed, and she blessed. 17 Isaac is promised. 23 Abraham and Ishmael are circumcised.
,

"

ND

is

when Abram was

in

Gal. 3, 17.

ch. 26, 24, 4; 28,

Rom

And

me and

I will

thee,

Exod.

28,4.

Lev,
Deut. 4,

&

&

Acts

7, 8.

Acts

7, 8.

2,

14,

29, 13.

Rom.

4,11.
t Heb. a son of
eight days.

multiply thee exceed-

u Lev
2,

ingly-

And

Abrani

his face:

VI

%11

II

not circumcised, that


from his people; he hath

broken my covenant.
15 1[ And God said unto Abraham, As
Sarai thy wife, thou shalt not call her
Sarai, but Sarah shall her name be.

for

name

Exod.

And

will bless her, ""and give thee a son


also of her: yea, I will bless her, and fshe
shall be a mother ^of nations; kings of peoI

ple shall be of her.

17

Then Abraham

fell

upon

his face, ''and

laughed, and said in his heart. Shall a child


be born unto him that is a hundred years
old ? and shall Sarah, that is ninety years old,

bear?
18 And Abraham said unto God, O that
Ishmael might live before thee
19 And God said, "Sarah thy wife shall bear
thee a son indeed and thou shalt call his
name Isaac: and I will establish my covenant with him for an everlasting covenant,
and with his seed after him.
20 And as for Ishmael, I have heard thee:
Behold, I have blessed him, and will make
him fruitful, and ""will multiply him exceedingly: "^twelve princes shall he beget, '^and I
!

7,

That

4, 24.

is,

PrinceM.

t llnb. sht shall become nations.

ing.

y ch. 35,

4 As for me, behold,


my covenant is with
thee, and thou shalt

5 Neither shall thv

Luke

John

Pliil. 3, 6.

X ch. 18, 10.

talked with him, say-

nations.

off"

and God

be ^a father of f many

12, 3.

21.

22.

on

13,

6, 7.

26, 12.
37,
26, 18,

make my covenant between


''will

7,

4,4

q ch. 23,
r

flesh of his foreskin is

16

t Heb. of thi/ sojournings.

ninety

||''perfect.

and

cumcised and my covenant shall be in your


an everlasting covenant.
14 And the itncircumcised man-child, whose

||

9, 8.

Ps. 105,9,11.

15.

Hebr. 11,16.

p ch. 12,

years old and nine, the Lord


'appeared to Abram, and said
unto him, ''I am the Almighty
God ''walk before me, and be

thou

&c.

1, 6,

13.

CHAPTER XVIL
5

God.

thy seed after thee, in their generations.


10 This is my covenant, which ye shall
keep, between me and you, and thy seed after
thee: 'Every man-child among you shall be
circumcised.
11 And ye shall circumcise the flesh of your
foreskin; and it shall be 'a token of the covenant betwixt me and you.
12 And the that is eight days old "shall be
circumcised among you, every man-child in
your generations, he that is born in the house,
or bought M'ith money of any stranger, which
is not of thy seed.
13 He that is born in thy house, and he that
is bought with thy money, must needs be cir-

soul "shall be cut

11.

ver. 16. ch. 35,11.

Matt.

And Abram ^vas fourscore and six years


when Hagar bare Ishmael to Abram.
the covenant.

will be their

Abraham, Thou
covenant therefore, thou, and

4, 17.

bare, ""Ishmael.

God renewelh

"'I

flesh for

9, 7.

k ch 35,

my

keep

and

said unto

h Neh.

Abrani called his son's name, which Hagar


16

12,

nations.

old,

11,

Heb. multitude of

II

Abram

13,

Gal. 3. 29

16.

^between Kadesh and

it is

12, 2,
22, 17.

&

16,

lahai-roi

e ch.

H And God

shalt

1 1

thee,

seed after thee,


8 And Pj will give unto thee, and to thy
seed after thee, the land fwherein thou art
a stranger, all the land of Canaan, for an ever9

4, 22.

will multiply thy seed exceedingly, that

not be numbered for multitude.


11 And the angel of the Lord said unto
her, Behold, thou art with child, and shalt
bear a son, 'and shalt call his name ||Ishmael;
because the Lord hath heard thy aflhction.
12 'And he will be a wild man; his hand
will he against every man, and every man's
hand against him "and he shall dwell in the
presence of all his brethren.
13 And she called the name of the Lord
that spake unto her, Thou God seest me for
she said. Have I also here looked after him
''that seeth me ?
14 Wherefore the well was called -^HBeerit

Numb.

a Gal.

will '"establish

tween me and

ttiid

Return to thy mistress, and 'submit thyself


under her hands.
10 And the angel of the Lord said unto

And

my covenant beand thy seed after thee,


in their generations, for an everlasting covenant; "to be a God unto thee, and to "thy
7

Matt.

17,19.
21.

tress Sarai.

PROMISED.

IS

name any more be called Abram; but ""thy


name shall be Abraham; 'for a father of
many nations have I made thee.
6 And I will make thee exceeding fruitful,
and I will make hiations of thee and 'kings
shall come out of thee.

21,

25, 12.

13,31.

she said,

&

18,

8 Andhesaid,Hagar,
Sarai's maid, whence

And

Pet

2, IS.

in the wilderness, by

the

ISAAC

||

n Exod.

And the angel of


Lord found her

II

the

19'0.

cir.

t Ueb.aJJliclrdhrr.

"she fled from lier face.

lier,

XVII.

4.31.

11.

IPet.

2 ch. 18, 12.

Gal.
3, 6

4
&

21,

a ch. 18, in,


21,
2.
Gal. 4, 28.
b ch

16, 10.

c ih.25. 12, 16.

d ch, 21,

18.

will

make him

21 But

my

a great nation.

covenant will
17

establish with

ABRAHAM AND ISHMAEL CIRCUMCISED.

GENESIS.

ABRAHAM ENTERTAINETH THREE ANGELS.

ABRAHAM AND THE THREE ANGEL5


^which Sarah shall bear unto thee at
this set time in the next year.
22 And he left off talking with him, and
God went up from Abraham.
23
And Abraham took Ishmael his son,
and all that were born in his house, and all
that were bought with his money, every male
among the men of Abraham's house and circumcised the flesh of their foreskin, in the
self-same day, as God had said unto him.
24 And Abraham teas ninety years old and
nine, when he was circumcised in the flesh
Isaac,

*[[

of his foreskin.

25 And Ishmael
old,

when he was

his son was thirteen years


circumcised in the flesh of

his foreskin.

26 In the self-same day was


cumcised, and Ishmael his son
27

And

the

Abraham

cir-

men

of his house, born in


the house, and bought with money of the
stranger, were circumcised with him.
"^all

CHAPTER
1

XVIII.

Abraham

entertaineth three angels.


9 Sarah is reproved for laughing at the strange promise.
17 The destruction of Sodom is revealed to Abraham. 23 Abraham maketh intercession for the men
thereof.

ND
'^

Lord appeared unto


"plains of Mamre

in the tent-door in

the heat of the day


2 ''And he lifted up his eyes
and looked, and lo, three men

^'f

stood by him

the

him in the
and he sat

'and

when he saw
18

them, he

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I

HE INTERCEDETH

CHAPTER

SODOM.

I'OR

B.C. 1898.

and it ceased to be with


the manner of women.

well Stricken in age;

Sarah

"after

old shall

have pleasure,

And

13

the

&
1,

Abraham,
Wherefore did Sarah

3, 9,

Luke

19, 86.

37.

ch.

17,

21.

ver.

lU.

Kmgs

4,

16.

u Rom. 15,
Juhn &.

of a surety bear a child, which am old


14 'Is any thing too hard for the Lord ?
'At the time appointed I will return unto thee,

24.

which

"I

.X

will

22

&

Acts

3,

IS.

y Deut.

is

22,
25.

a cb. U,

30 And he said vnto him. Oh, let not the


Lord be angry, and I will speak: Peradventure there shall thirty be found there.
And
he said, I will not do it, if I find thirty there.
31 And he said. Behold now, I have taken
upon me to speak unto the Lord Peradventure there shall be twenty found there.
And he said, I will not destroy it for twenty's
:

EloJ.

5.

3, 8.

&

8, 2,

And he

0h, let not the Lord be


speak yet but this once
Peradventure ten shall be found there. "And
he said, I will not destroy
for ten's sake.
33 And the Lord went his way, as soon
as he had left communing with Abraham
and Abraham returned unto his place.
angry, and

13,

Josh. 22, 22.


16, 15.
2
Cor. 11, 11.
1

d ver.

1.

1.

Hebr.

Sam.

will

g Jer.

5, 1.

h Job

8,

and

20.

""Lot, seeing the7n,


rose up to meet them

Isai.

3, 10, 11.

Job

8, 3,

&

Rom.

2.

k Jer.

and he bowed him-

34, 17.
94.

self

3, 6.

5,

Ezek.

1.

Luke

18,

hold now, ray lords,

1.

Job

ch. 3, 19.

Eccles. 12,7.
Cor. 15, 47, 48.

2 Cor. 5,1.

39

6,

25 That be far from thee to do after this


manner, to slay the righteous with the wicked and ""that the righteous should be as the
wicked, that be far from thee 'Shall not the
Judge of all the earth do right ?
26 And the Lord said, ''If I find in Sodom
fifty righteous within the city, then I will

James

5, 16.

a ch. 18, 22.

b ch. 18,
c

1,

Hebr. 13,

d ch.

&c.
2.

18. 4.

See Luke 24,

28.

all

f ch. 18, 8.

g Isaiah

3. 9.

h Judges

19, 22.

the place for their sakes.

And Abraham answered and


hold now, I have taken upon me
27

unto the Lord, which


ashes

am

"^hut

said, 'Be-

to

ch.4. 1. Rom. I,
24,27. Jude7,

speak

dust and

he said. Bepray you, into

but we will abide in the street all night.


3 And he pressed upon them greatly and
they turned in unto him, and entered into his
house 'and he made them a feast, and did
bake unleavened bread, and they did eat.
4 H But before they lay down, the men of
the city, even the men of Sodom, compassed
the house round, both old and young, all the
people from every quarter
5 ^And they called unto Lot, and said unto
him. Where are the men which came in to
thee this night ""bring them out unto us, that
we 'may know them.
6 And ''Lot went out at the door unto them,
and shut the door after him,
7 And said, I pray you, brethren, do not so
wickedly.
8 'Behold now, I have two daughters which
have not known man let me, I pray you,
bring them out unto you, and do ve to them
19
;

righteous
within the city: wilt thou also destroy and
not spare the place for the fifty righteous that
are therein?
fifty

And

''turn in, I

n Judges

k Judges

19,

2'

Sep Judg 19,24.

to-

your servant's house, and tarry all night, and


''wash your feet, and ye shall rise up early,
and go on your ways. And they said, "Nay

4.

19.
1

with his face

ward the ground

22, 30.

24 ^Peradventure there be

"came

two angels to Sodom


at even
and Lot sat
in the gate of Sodom;

know.

the wicked

AND there

16, 22.
24, 17.

Ps. 58. 11,

turned their faces from


thence, '=and went toward Sodom but Abraham ''stood yet before the Lord.
23 \ And Abraham "drew near, and said,
'Wilt thou also destroy the righteous with

XIX.

Lot entertaineth two angels. 4 The vicious Sodomites are stricken


wilh blindness. 12 Lot is sent for safety into the mountains. 18
He obtaineth leave to go into Zoar. 24 Sodom and Gomorrah are
destroyed. 26 Lot's wife is a pillar of salt. 30 Lot dwelleth in a
cave. 31 The Incestuous original of Moab and Ammon.

10, 22.

Numb.

said,

CHAPTER

Luke

c ch. 19,

/;'

3.

men

the city

forty's sake.

32

2 ch. 4. 10. <k 19,1


13.
Jain. 5, 4.
i^

very grievous,

the

all

said. If I find there

there.

will

And

spare

And he

sake.

4, 9. 10,

6,7. Jusli. 24, 15.


Ej)hes. 6, 4.

''I

ch. 12, 3,

Gal. 3, 8.

do

go down now, and see whether


they have done altogether according to the
cry of it, which is come unto me and if not,
2

14. Amo.-;
J.;hiil5, 15.

b Deut.

that thing

18 Seeing that Abraham shall surely become a great and mighty nation, and all the
nations of the earth shall be "blessed in him ?
19 For I know him, ^that he will command
his children and his household after him, and
they shall keep the way of the Lord, to do
justice and judgment; that the Lord may
bring upon Abraham that which he hath
spoken of him.
20 And the Lord said, Because "'the cry of
Sodom and Gomorrah is great, and because
their sin

Ps.25,
3,7.

according to the time of life, and Sarah shall


have a son.
15 Then Sarah denied, saying, I laughed
not; for she was afraid.
And he said, Nay;
but thou didst laugh.
16 1[ .Ind the men rose up from thence, and
looked toward Sodom: and Abraham went
with them "to bring them on the way.
17 And the Lord said, "Shall I hide from

Abraham

Peradventure there shall be forty found


And he said, I will not do it for

said,
Zee.

Malt.

8. 6.

Lord

augh, saying, Shall

3,

.ler 32. 17.

unto

said

five

and five, I will not destroy it.


29 And he spake unto him yet again, and

1, 18.

Peter

my

being old also

'lord

of

shall lack five of the

wilt thou destroy

forty
q Luke

saying, ''After I

am waxed
1

righteous

for lack

p ch. 17, 17.

;:
:

LOT ENTERTAINETH TWO ANGELS.

28 Peradventure there
fifty

o ch. 31, 33.

12 Therefore Sarah
Plaughed within herself,

XIX.

i;

GENESIS.

THE SODOMITES ARE STRUCK BLIND.

LOT

IS

SENT OUT OP SODOM.

i^uA'^;v"

THE BDRNTNG OF SODOM.


only unto these men
do nothing for therefore came they under
tiie shadow of my roof.
And they
9 And they said, Stand back.
as is

good

in

your eyes

R.C 189R.

one fellow "came in to sojourn, "and he will needs be a judge now


will we deal worse with thee than with them.
And they pressed sore upon the man, even
Lot, and came near to break the door.
JO But the men put forth their hand, and
pulled Lot into the house to them, and shut
said again, Tliis

See ch.

Eiod.
p See

city.

6,

2, 7, 9.

r ch. 18, 20.


s
t

Chron. 21,

Matt. 1,

u Numb. 16,21,

Luke

And

they smote the men Pthat loere at


door
of
the house with blindness, both
the
and
great:
so that they wearied themsmall
selves to find the door.
12 \ And the men said unto Lot, Hast thou
here any besides \ son-in-law, and thy sons,
and thy daughters, and whatsoever thou hast
in the city, ''bring them out of this place
13 For we will destroy this place, because
the 'cry of them is waxen great before the
face of the Lord and 'the Lord hath sent
us to destroy it.
14 And Lot went out, and spake unto his
sons-in-law, 'which married his daughters,
and said, "Up, get you out of this place for
^but he
the Lord will destroy this city
seemed as one that mocked unto his sons-

15.

18.

1 Eiodus

to the door.

11

2 Peter

1.

4,'i.

21.

9,

&

17, 28,

24, 11.

in-law.

II

Heb. are founih


Or^jmnishment.

a Luke 18.13.

mans

Ro-

9, 15, 16.

Kings

"the

Lord

19 Behold 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 some evil take me, and I die
20 Behold now, this city is near to flee unOh, let me escape
to, and it is a little one
little
one
thither
(is it not a
?) and my soul
:

19, 3.

d ver. 26. Matt. 24,

Lukn

16, 17, 18

9,62.

Phil. 3.13,

14.

Acts 10

Job 42,

14.

shall live.
Ps.

8, 9.

21

145, 19.

Heb. thy face.

g See ch. 32, 25,


Exod. 32,
26.

Deut

10.

Mark
h

20

and upon the hand of

ters

b Ps. 34, 22.


c

And when

the morning arose, then the


angels hastened Lot, saying, ''Arise, take thy

15 \

his two daughbeing merciful unto him


"and they brought him forth, and set him
without the city.
17 H And it came to pass, when they had
brought them forth abroad, that he said, ''Escape for thy life ''look not behind thee, neither stay thou in all the plain escape to the
mountain, lest thou be consumed.
18 And Lot said unto them. Oh, "not so,

wife,

my Lord
t

lingered, the men laid hold


hand, and upon the hand of his

his

y Numb. 16.24,25,
Rev. 18,4.

upon

II.

q ch. 7.

And while he

16

3, 14.

2 KinjTs
Acts 13,

18.

lest

18, 5.
S, ", 8.

n 2 Peter

and thy two daughters which fare here,


thou be consumed in the ||iniquity of the

wife,

9, 14.

6, 5.

ch. 13, ID.

&

That
ver.

is,

20

said unto him. See,

1 have

ac-

cepted fthee concerning this thing also, that


I will not overthrow this city, for the which
thou hast spoken.
22 Haste thee, escape thither for ^I cannot
do any thing till thou be come thither: there;

14,

2.
II

And he

little.

fore ''the

name

of the city

was

called llZoar.

:;:

LOT DWELLETH

CHAPTER

IN A CAVE.

XX.

ABRAHAM DENIETH

HIS WIFE.

B.C. 189S.
2 And Abraham said of Sarah his wife,
23 H The sun was frisen upon the earth
t Ileb. gone forth.
^She is my sister and
when Lot entered into Zoar.
Abimelech king of
24 Then 'the Lord rained upon Sodom and
Deul 29,23.
Jnr SO,
Gerar sent and "took
upon Gomorrah brimstone and fire from the
40.
&
Ezek. Hi, 49, 50
Sarah.
Lord out of heaven
Hos. 11,8. Amos
4, n. Zt-ph. 2,9
3 But ''God came
25 And he overthrew those cities, and all
Luke
29.
2
Peter 2,
Jude
to Abimelech ^in a
tlie plain, and all the inhabitants of the cities,
dream by night, and
and ''that which grew upon the ground.
k rh.
Ps.
107, 34.
said to him, ""Behold,
20 H But his wife looked back from behind
Luke 17, 32.
thou art but a dead
him, and she became 'a pillar of salt.
m ch. 18, 22.
man, for the woman
27 H And Abraham gat up early in the
which thou hast taken for she is fa man's
morning to the place where '"he stood before n Rev.
:

Isa,

19.

13,

Oli,

16,

17,

6.

7.

14,

3.

18, 9.

Lord
28 And he

the

],&

o ch. 8,

18.23.

looked toward Sodom and Gomorrah, and toward all the land of the plain,
and beheld, and lo, "the smoke of the country went up as the smoke of a furnace.

29 H And

came

it

when God
plain, that God

to pass,

stroyed the cities of the

membered Abraham, and

sent

q ch,

ch.
16, 2,4.
Deut.
38, 8. 9.
25, 5.

Mark

de-

12, 19.

1897.

"re-

Deut.

2, 9.

Deut.

2, 19.

Lot out of the

when he overthrew

midst of the overthrow,

ver. 17, 19.

which Lot dwelt.


30 H And Lot went up out of Zoar, and
Pdwelt in the mountain, and his two daughters with him for he feared to dwell in Zoar:
and he dwelt in a cave, he, and his two

1898.

cir.

the cities in the

a ch. 18,

1.

b ch. 16,

7, 14.

in the earth

come

''to

in

manner of all the earth


32 Come, let us make our

unto us after the

d ch. 12, 13,

i- 26,

7.

e ch. 12, 15.


f Ps. 105, 14.

father drink wine,

will lie with him, that

we 'may

pre-

serve seed of our father.

g Job

And

a
i

with child by their father.


37 And the first-born bare a son, and called

name Moab

'the

same

is

name Ben-ammi: 'the same is the


father of the children of Amnion unto this day.

CHAPTER

Cor.

II

XX.

at Gerar, 2 denieth his wife, and loseth her.


3
is reproved for her in a dream.
9 He rebuketh Abraham,

14 restoreth Sarah, 16 and reproveth her.


ham's prayer.
1

17

ver.

3.

1, 12.

Or, simplicity^ or,


sincerity.

ch

&

31, 7,

35,5.

Exod. 34. 24
1
Sam. 25, 26, 34.

ch. 39, 9. Lev.


Ps. 51,4.

6,2.

Sam. 7. 5. 2
Job
Kings 5,
James 5,
42, 8.
14, 15.
1
John
1

J .

5, 16

16, 32,

33.

q ch.26, 10. Exoil.


32, 21.
Josh. 7,
25.
r ch. 34, 7.

He

ch.

Ps.

18.

42,

36,1. Prov. 16,6.

ch.I2,

is

healed by Abra-

12,

&

26,

7.

AND Abraham journeyed from "thence to-

ward the south country, and dwelled between


Kadesh and Shur, and ''sojourned in Gerar.

and the men

afraid.

Then Abimelech

What

said unto him,

called Abraham, and


hast thou done unto us?

and what have I offended thee, ''that thou


hast brought on me and on my kingdom a
great sin 1 thou hast done deeds unto me 'that
ought not to be done.
10 And Abimelech said unto Abraham,
What sawest thou, that thou hast done this
thing

11 And Abraham said. Because I thought,


Surely 'the fear of God is not in this place;

and

'they will slay

me

for

my

wife's sake.

yet indeed "she is my sister she is


the daughter of my father, but not the daughter of my mother
and she became my wife.

And

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
13

And

it

whither we

shall

come,

''say

of me.

He

is

my

brother.

u Seech.

y ch.

these things in their ears

were sore

12

o ch. 2, 17.

p Num.

23.

11, 29.

X ch. 12, I, 9, 11,


&.C.
Heb. 11,8.

Abraham sojourneth
Abimelerh

ch. 18,

k 2 Kings 20,

called his

to

husband.

the father of

the Moabites unto this day.


38 And the younger, she also bare a son, and

5 Said he not unto me. She is my sister?


and she, even she herself said. He is my
brother: ''iu the ||integrity of my heart and
innocency of my hands have I done this.
6 And God said unto him in a dream, Yea,
I know that thou didst this in the integrity
of thy heart for 'I also withheld thee from
sinning "'against me therefore suffered I thee
not to touch her.
7 Now therefore restore the man his wife
"for he is a prophet, and he shall pray for
thee, and thou slialt live and if thou restore
her not, "know thou that thou shalt surely
die, thou ""and all that are thine.
8 Therefore Abimelech rose early in the
morning, and called all his servants, and told
all

18.

his

33, 15.

ver. 7.

t Heb. married

they made their father drink wine


that night
and the first-born went in, and
lay with her father and he perceived not
when she lay down, nor when she arose.
34 And it came to pass on the morrow, that
the first-born said unto the younger. Behold,
I lay yesternight with my father: let us make
him drink wine this night also and go thou
in, and lie with him, that we may preserve
seed of our father.
35 And they made their father drink wine
that night also
and the younger arose, and
lay with him and he perceived not when she
lay down, nor when she arose.
36 Thus were both the daughters of Lot

33

righteous nation

c ch. 26, 6.

and we

4 But Abimelech had not come near her


and he said. Lord, 'wilt thou slay also a

daughters.
31 And the first-born said unto the younger, Our father is old, and there is not a man

wife.

12, 13.

z ch. 12, 16.

a ch. 13,9.

14 And Abimelech ''took sheep, and oxen,


and men-servants, and women-servants, and
gave the/n unto Abraham, and restored him
Sarah his wife.
15 And Abimelech said. Behold, my land
dwell fwhere it pleaseth thee.
is before thee
16 And unto Sarah he said, Behold, I have
:

Heb. as

is

good

tn thine eyes.

given

""thy

brother a thousand pieces of silver

21

ISAAC

IS

GENESIS.

BORN.

FAOAR AND ISHMAEL


"behold, he

covering of the ejes


unto all that are with thee, and with all other
thus she was reproved.
17 T[ So Abraham "prayed unto God and
God healed Abimelech, and his wife, and his
maid-servants and they bare children.
18 For the Lord "^had fast closed up all the
wombs of the house of Abimelech, because
of Sarah, Abraham's wife.
is

to thee

''a

CHAPTER
1

XXI.

Isaac is bom. 4 He is circumcised. 6 Sarah's joy. 9 Hagar and


15 Hagar in distress.
17 The angel comIshinael are cast forth.
22 Abimelech's covenant with Abraham at Beer-sheba.
forteth her.

AND

the

Lord

Sarah as he
had said, and the
Lord did unto Sarah
"as he had spoken.
2 For Sarah ''conceived, and bare Ab"visited

raham

son in his

the set
time of which God
old

had spoken
3

age,

''at

to him.

And Abraham

that

called the name of his son


was born unto him, whom Sarah bare

to him, "Isaac.

4 And Abraham 'circumcised his son Isaac,


being eight days old, ^as God had commanded him.
5 And ''Abraham was a hundred years old,
when his son Isaac was born unto him.

22

B.C.

cir.

I89E

IN

HAGAR AND ISHMAEL CAST FORTH.

THB DESERT.

;
:

ABIMELECH

CHAPTER

COVE^AN T.

BC.

and she departed, and wandered in the wil-

XXII.

1892.

cir.

33 1[ And Abraham planted a grove in


Beer-sheba, and ''called there on the name
of the Lord, 'the everlasting God.
||

derness of Beer-sheba.
15 And the water was spent in the bottle,
and she cast the child under one of the

u Eiod.

shrubs.

I Num.25. 31. See


2 Kings 6, 17, IB,

3, 7.

ver. 13.

34 And Abraham sojourned

she went, and sat her down over


against him, a good way off, as it w ere a bowshot for she said, Let me not see the death
And she sat over against him,
of the child.
and lifted up her voice, and wept.
17 And "God heard the voice of the lad:
and the angel of God called to Hagar out of
heaven, and said unto her, Wiiat aiieth thee,
Hagar ? Fear not lor God hath heard the
voice of the lad where he is.
18 Arise, lift up the lad, and hold him in
thine hand for "I will make him a great

And

16

Luke

20.

ch, 28, 15,


2, 3, 21.

a ch.

blessed again.

26,

Si.

26.

it

came to
"God

things, that

And he

2,

12.

lUh. if thou ahalt


unto me.

lie

and he

Seech. 26.
20,21, 2i

13,

It*,

ch. 26, 31

g ch. 33,

8.

h ch. 31,48,

52.

to pass at that time, that

"Abimelech and Phichol the chief captain of


his host spake unto Abraham, saying, "God
is with thee in all that thou doest
23 Now therefore ""swear unto me here by

ch. 26,

II

That

.i3

is.

The

well

of the oath.

God, f that thou wilt not deal falsely 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.

thou

thy

lovest,

and get thee "^into the land of Moriah and


him there for a burnt-offering upon one
of the mountains which I will tell thee of
3 H And Abraham rose up early in the
morning, and saddled his ass, and took two
of his young men with him, and Isaac his
son, and clave the wood for the burnt-offering, and rose up, and went unto the place of
which God had told him.
4 Then on the third day Abraham lifted up
his eyes, and saw the place afar off.
5 And Abraham said unto his young men.
Abide ye here with the ass, and I and the
lad will go yonder and worship, and come
again to you.
6 And Abraham took the

wood of the

offering,

and

upon Isaac

II

burnt-

''laid

his

it

son

and he took the fire


in his hand and a
knife and they went

Or, tree.

24 And Abraham said, I will swear.


25 And Abraham reproved Abimelech because of a well of water, which Abimelech's

k ch.

both of them together.


7 And Isaac spake
unto Abraham his fa-

4, 26.

Deut. 33,27.

Isa.

Rom.

4tl,8.
26.
1

servants "had violently taken away.


said, I

whom

offer

24, SI.

her eyes, and she saw

archer.

And Abimelech

Take now

said.

dwelt in the wilderness of Paran and his mother ^took him a wife out of
the land of Egypt.

26

pass after these


did tempt Abra-

?.

son, ''thine only son Isaac,

c ch. 26, 2S.

And he

came

giveth proof of his faith

20 Tlie generation of Nahor unto Rebekah.

ul

grew, and dwelt in the wilderness, ^and be-

it

He

ham, and said unto him, Abraham and he said, f Behold, here

b ch. SO, 2,

And

XXII.

The angel stayeth bim. 13 Isaacis exclianged


The place is called Jehovah-jireh. 15 Abraham is

^S^HiBe?^;ND

24, 4.

Sam.

22 H

1 1

a well of water and she went, and filled the


bottle with water, and gave the lad drink.

21

tempted to oBer Isaac.

'';:

d Josh.

came an

is

and obedience.
with a ram. 14

39,

Abraham

in the Philis-

days.

CHAPTER

z ch. 16, 12

nation.

20 And God ^was with the lad

many

land

24, 16,

And "God opened

tines'

31.

19

ABRAiiA M TEMI'TED TO OFFER ISAAC.

16,

Tim. 1,17.

wot not who

and said. My
and he said.
And he said. Behold
fHere am I, my son
the fire and the wood
but where is the
lamb for a burnt-offering?
ther,

father

hath done this thing neither didst thou tell


me, neither yet heard I of it, but to-day.
27 And Abraham took sheep and oxen, and
gave them unto Abimelech: and both of them
^made a covenant.
28 And Abraham set seven ewe-lambs of
:

II

Cor.

10,

13.

Heb. 11,17. Jam.


1,12.

Pet. 1,7.

Heb. Behold me.

the flock by themselves.

29 And Abimelech said unto Abraham,


^Wliat mean these seven ewe-lambs, which
thou hast set by themselves \
30 And he said. For these seven ewe-lambs
shalt thou take of my hand, that Hhey may
be a witness unto me that I have digged this

h Heb.

11, 17.

8 And Abraham said, ]\Iy son, God will


provide himself a lamb for a burnt-offering
so they went both of them together.
9 And they came to the place which God
had told him of; and Abraham built an altar
there, and laid the wood in order and bound
Isaac his son, and "laid him on the altar upon
;

c 2

Chron. 3,1.

d John 19,

the wood.

17.

10

and took the knife

II

Or, kid.

him out of heaven, and said, Abraham, Abraham. And he said. Here am I.
12 And he said, "Lay not thine hand upon
the lad, neither do thou any thing unto him
for ^now I know that thou fearest God, see-

11
||

stretched forth his hand,

Heb. Behold me.

well.

31 Wherefore he 'called that place Beersheba


because there they sware both of
them.
32 Thus they made a covenant at Beersheba then Abimelech rose up, and Phichol
the chief captain of his host, and they returned into the land of the Philistines.

And Abraham

e Heb. 11,17.

Jam

2, 21.

And

to slay his son.

the angel of the

Lord

called unto

Sam.

Mic.

jg ch. 26,
1
1

2, 22.

15,

22.

6, 7, e.

5.

Jam.

ing thou hast not withiicld thy son, thine


only S071, from me.

23

ABRAHAM

BLESSED

IS

And Abraham

GENESIS.

AGAI.N.

up his eyes, and


him a ram caught
in a thicket by his horns and Abraham went
and took the ram, and offered him up for a
13

B.C. 1872.

lifted

looked, and behold, behind

LoRDUfi// jee,

called the

name

And said,

Ps. 105, 9. Luke


Hebr. 6,
1, 73.

brother.

13, 14.

of that

place ||Jehovah-jireh: as it is said to this day,


In the mount of the Lord it shall be seen.
\b \ And the angel of the Lord called unto
Abraham out of heaven the second time,

16

or,

''By myself

have I sworn, saith


the Lord, for because thou hast done this
thing, and hast not withheld thy son, thine
only son
17 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-fshore
and 'thy seed shall
possess "the gate of his enemies
18 "And in thy seed shall all the nations of
the earth be blessed; "because thou hast obeyed my voice.
19 So Abraham returned unto his young
men, and they rose up, and went together to
"Beer-sheba and Abraham dwelt at Beer-

22 And Chesed, and Hazo, and Pildash,


and Jidlaph, and Bethuel.
23 And 'Bethuel begat "Rebekah
these
eight Milcah did bear to Nahor, Abraham's
:

burnt-offering in the stead of his son.

And Abraham

The

IS,

provide.

14

That

THE AGE AND DEATH OF SARAH.

ch. 15, 5.

Jer. 33,

22.

k
t
1

Heb.

24

And

lip.

ch. 24, 60.

Mic.

also

CHAPTER XXm.

I, 9.

n ch. 12,

concubine, whose

name was
Tebah, and Gaham,
and Thahash, and Maachah.
his

Reumah, she bare

ch. 13, 16.

&

3,

The age and

death of Sarah.

18
Acts

IS, (fe26,4.

Gal. 3, 8.

3, 25.

9, 16, 18.

ver. 3,
2B, 5.

AND

these were

ch. 11, au.

Job

Job 32,

Sarah was

and twenty years

p ch. 21, 31.


t\

of Machpelah, 19

buried.

a hundred and seven

ch

10.

The purchase

where Sarah was

old:

the years
of Sarah.

of the life
2 And Sarah died
in "Kirjath-arba
the
same is ''Hebron in
the land of Canaan

I, 1.
2.

u Called, Rom.
10, Rebecca.

a Joshua 14,

Judges

9,

15.

and Abraham came


to mourn for Sarah, and to weep for her.
3 H And Abraham stood up from before his
dead, and spake unto the sons of Heth, say-

10.

1,

b ch. 13, 18.

sheba.

20 H And
that

it

ver.

19.

was

it

came

told

to pass after these things,

Abraham, saying. Behold,

"Milcah, she hath also borne children unto


thy brother Nahor

21 'Huz his first-born, and Buz his brother,


and Kemuel the father 'of Aram,
24

c ch.

17,

8.

Chron. 29,
Ps. 105, 12.

"I

''give

15.

Heb.

you,

am a stranger and a sojourner with you


me a possession of a burying-place with
that I may bury my dead out of my

11, 9, 13.

d Acts

sight.
7, 5.

t Heb. a prince of

e rh. 13, 2,
14,

&

And

the children of

Heth answered Abra-

ham, saying unto him,

God.
cfc

24. 35

14,

Hear

us,

my

lord; thou art

fa mighty

XX

C HAPTEK

PURCHASE OK MACHPELAH.

V.

liUlilAL

OK SARAH.

HnRIAL OF SARAH

prince

among

chres bury

n.C. I860.

us: in the choice of our sepul-

tliy

dead: none of us

shall with-

/"// iiwiicij.

Ilpb.

hold from thee his sepulchre, hut that thou


mayest bury thy dead.
7 And Abraham stood up and bowed himself to the people of the land, even to the

children of Heth.

And he conununed with them, sayine;, If


be your mind that 1 should bury my dead
out of my sight, hear me, and entreat for me
to Ephron the son of Zohar,
9 That he mav give me the cave of Maclipelah, which he hath, which is in the end of
8

{ ch.

for fas

much money

as

it is

34,

Ruth

it

his field

14 And Ephron answered Abraham, saying


unto him,
15 My lord, hearken unto me: the land is
worth four hundred ''shekels of silver what
is that betwixt me and thee ? bury therefore
thy dead.
16 And Abraham hearkened unto Ephron,
and Abraham 'weighed to Ephron the silver
which he liad named in the audience of the

20, 24.

4, 4.

sons of Heth, four hundred shekels of silver,


current /nonei/ with the merchant.
17 H And ''the field of Ephron, which icas

g See 2 Sam.
21-24

in

worth

the trees that were in the field, that tcere in


the borders round about, were made
all

he shall give it me, for a possession of a burying-place among you.


10 And Ephron dwelt among the children
of Heth.
And Ephron the Hittite answered
Abraliam in the faudience of the children of
Heth, even of all that ^vent in at the gate of

sure

18 Unto Abraham for a posses.sion in the


presence of the children of Heth, before all
h Exodus 30.
Ezck. 45, 12.

]^.

that

19

his city, saying,

11 ''Nay,

my

lord,

hear

me

the field give

49,

30, 31. 32. ct

.50,

I rh. 25.

13 And he spake unto Ephron in the audience of the people of the land, saying, But
if thou wilt give it, I pray thee, hear me
I

13.

0.

Acts?,

Heth.

Ifi.

CHAPTER

me, and

T will

bury

mv dead

take

it

of

.1

See Ruth 4,7,


9,

there.

Mach-

made sure unto Abraham for a possession of a burying-place, by the sons of

buried Sarah

in 'were

himself be-

fore the people of the land.

for the field

Abraham

Mann-e the same is Hebron in


the land of Canaan.
20 And the field, and tb.e cave that is there-

money

in at the gate of his city.

after this,

pelah, iiefore

12 And Abraham bowed down

went

And

his wife in the cave of the field of

thee, and the cave that is therein, I give it


thee in the presence of the sons of mv peobury thy dead.
ple give I it thee

will give thee

Machpelah, which was before Mamre, the


and the cave which iras therein, and all

field

111.
I

10
II

Jer.

R.

32,

XXIV.
The

12 His
servant's journey
his servant.
15 Rebekah meetcth him, 18 fullilleth his sign,
prayer: 14 His sign.
a2 receivelli jewels, 23 sheweth her kindred, 25 and inviteth him
home. 2G The servant blesseth God. 29 Laban entertaineth him.

Abraham sweareth

10

25

ABRAHAM SENDETH

GENESIS.

SERVANT

HIS

TO SEEK A WIFE FOR ISAAC.

-^?;^4*#i^^

^-%4

The

prove

It.

.-

servant sheweth his message.


50 Laban and Bethuel ap58 Ueliekah consentetli to go. G2 Isaac ineeteth her.

n.C 1857

';

1857.

i|

age

.stricken in

II.&

a rh. IS,

ND Abraham "was old and\yve\\

21,

5.

and the Lord

Heb. gone into

my

only bring not

son thither

again.

days.

mine oath

tills

,j

'

8 And if the woman will not be willing to


follow thee, then "rhou shalt be clear from

''had

blessed

Abraham

in

all

I)
j

And Abraham

(1

ver.

ch.

10.

e ch.

47,

211.

Lani.

24.

5. 6.

14,22. Dent.
13. Josh. 2, 12.

f Ph.
fi,

g ch.

&

26, 3,%
28, 2.

&

4fi,

hand under the


and sware to

his master,

and went to Mesopotamia, uncity of Nahor.


11 And he made his camels to kneel down
without the citv by a well of water, at the

and he

27,

Ex.
Deut. 7,

31, 16.

to

:i.

h ch. 28.
i

2.

ch. 12,

1.

k ch. 12,
I

rh.
15,

1,

12,

7,

ct

15,

&

time of

13,

18,

&

Exod. 32,
13.
Deut. 1, ,S,
* 34,4. Acts 7,
5.
Ill

And

the servant said unto him, Peradventure the woman will not be willing to
follow me unto this land must I needs bring

Exral. 23, 20, 23,


33, 2
Hebr.

&

1,

14.

evening, even

the time f'tliat

Abraham.

jj

tiie

women go out to draw vater.


12 And he said, '^O Lord God of mv master
Abraham., I pray thee, 'send me good speed
this day, and shew kindness unto my master

thy son again unto the land from whence


thou camest
6 And Abraham said unto him. Beware
thou, that thou bring not my son thither again.
7 H The Lord God of heaven, which ''took
me from iny father's house, and from the
land of my kindred, and which spake unto
me, and that sware unto me, saying, 'Unto
thy seed will I give this land '"he shall send
his angel before thee, and thou shalt take a
wife unto my sou from thence.

arose,

I'tlie

7.

17, 8,

Isaac.

26

Abraham

10 1[ And the servant took ten camels, of


the camels of his master, and departed;(||for
all the goods of his master were in his hand)

Chron. 29,

over all that he had, 'Put, I pray thee,


thy hand under my thigh
3
And I will make thee 'swear bv the Lord,
the God of lieaveu, and the (lod of the earth,
that "thou shalt not take a wife unto my son
of the daughters of the Canaanites ainoiie
whom I dwell
4 ''But thou shalt go 'unto my country, and
to my kindred, and lake a wife unto my son

the servant put his

him concerning that matter.

:i'i,

4, 5, 6.
j

''ruled

And

thigh of

c ch. IS, 2.

said ""unto his

eldest servant of his honse, that

10, 22.

ihiuiis.

^^

eh. 13,2. ver. 35.


Ps. 112,3. Prov.

II

Or, and.

'

p ch. 27, 43.


t

Hel). that

women

winch draiu water

go
,1

forth.

Exod.

Sam.
r

&

24,
32, 9.
li,

IB.

ch. 2fi,
28, 13, dc

ExoJ.
11.

I,

whom I shall say, Let down thy pitcher,


prav thee, that I may drink; and she shall
say. Drink, and I will give thy camels drink
Jet the same he she that thou hast apalso
pointed for thy servant Isaac and "therebv
shall I know that thou hast shewed kindness
unto my master.
15 II And it came to pass, before he had
to

3,

15.

Neh.
37,

'

2.

9, II.

27.

ver.

13 Behold, 'I stand here by the well of


water and "the daughters of the men of the
city come out to draw water
14 And let it come to pass, that the damsel

Ps.

5.

ver. 43

u ch. 29, 9.

Exod.
|

2. 16.

See Judg.
37.
A-

Sam.

14. 8.

6. 17,
B, 7,

20,7.

CHAPTER

REUEKAH AT THE WELL.

(lone speaking, that holiokl, Rebekali came


out. wlio was born to

for

witli

lier

X ch. 11,29,

22,1

23.

Hethuel, son of "Milcali, tlic wife of Nalior, Al)rahani's brother,

XXIV.

Ileb. gottil oj
CQUittcnancr.

uj)on her shoulder.

16
^icas

And

uj)on,

ther

tlie

fvery
a

damsel

fair to

virgin

had

any

iicr

1,

nei-

1,

ExmU. 32, 2, 3.
Isai. 3, 1U,2J,21-

E^ek.
1

my lord and she


and let down her pitcher upon her
hand, and gave him drink.
19 And when she had done giving him

Pet.

3. 3.

Or, jewel Jtir the


fvie/uaU.

hasted,

drink,

slie

camels

said,

also,

d ver. 32.

until

Kxoil. i,

31.

for

32 TI And the man came into the iiouse: and


he ungirded his camels, and ''gave straw and
provender for the camels, and water to wash
his feet, and the men's feet that icere with him.
33 And there was set ?neat before him to
cat but he said, 'I will not eat until I have
told mine errand.
And he said. Speak on.
34 And he said, 1 am Abraham's servant.
35 And the Lord '"hath blessed mv master
greatly, and he is become great and he hath
given him tiocks, and herds, and silver, and
gold, and men-servants, and maid-servants,
and camels, and asses.
36 And Sarah, niv master's wife, "bare a
son to mv master when she was old: and
"unto him hath he given all that he hath.
37 And my master Pmade me swear, saying.

Thou

draw water for thy


they have done drink-

will

have prepared the house, and room

the camels.

II, 12.

Ill,

c ch. 22, 23.

the servant telleth his erkand.

man

pf thy pitcher.
18 ""And she said. Drink,

3. S, A:

look

and she went down to the well,


and tilled her pitcher, and came up.
17 And the servant ran to meet her, and
said. Let me, I pray tliee, drink a little water

known

rettr

y ch. 26,

pitcher

Eiudus lb,
Ruth 4, H.

10.

my

son of the

whose land

25, 32,

S.1I11.

shalt not take a wife to

daugiiters of the Canaanites, in

3'J.

dwell

2 Saiimi;! lb, 2b.

Lukr

ing.

1,

38
and

6S.

And

she hasted, and emptied her pitcher


into the trough, and ran again unto the well
to draw wafer, and drew for all his camels.
21 And the man, wondering at her, held his

20

peace, to

^vit

whether

"the

r ch.

39 'And
g

Lord had made

ver.

h ch.

journey prosperous, or not.


22 And it came to pass, as the camels had
done drinking, that the man took a golden
ear-ring of half a shekel weight, and two
bracelets for her hands of ten shefcelx weight

4ti.

ture the

2'J, 5.

26, 29.

17,
lu.

Judg.

Udth

2.

3,

Pb. 116, 15.

of gold,
said.

Whose

daughter art thou 1


is there room in thy

pray tliee
father's house for us to lodge in
24 And she said unto him, "^I am the daughter of Bethuel the son of jMilcah, which she
bare unto Nahor.
have
25 She said, moreover, unto him.
both straw and provender enough, and room
to lodge in.
I

k ch. 43, 2J.

Juil^,

lU, 21.

We

26 And the man ''bowed down his head,


and worshipped the Lord.
27 And he said, "Blessed be the Lord God
of mv master Abraham, who hath not left
destitute mv master of ''his mercy and his
truth I being in the way, the Lord ^led me
to the house of my master's brethren.
2S And the damsel ran, and told t/iem of
her mother's house these things.
29 TI And Rebekah had a brother, and his
name was ''Laban and Laban ran out unto
the man, unto the well.
30 And it came to pass, when he saw the
ear-ring, and bracelets upon his sister's hands,
and when he heard the words of Rebekah
his sister, saying. Thus spake the man unto
me that he came unto the man, and l)ehold,
he stood by the camels at the well.

J..1j

Julm

23, 12.

4, 34.

Eph.

6, 5,

6, 7.

master, Peradven-

me.

The Lord,

said unto me.

'be-

iM ver. 1.

ch.

ch. 13,2.

21,2

o ch. 21,

1(1,

25,

6.

q ver. 4.

thy pitcher to driids.


44 And she say to me. Both drink thou,
and I will also draw for thy camels kt the
same be the woman whom the Lord hath
appointed out for my master's son.
45 "And before 1 had done 'speaking in
mine heart, behold, Rebekah came forth with
her pitcher on her shoulder and slie \\ ent
down unto the well, and drew icater: and I
said unto her, Let me drink, I prav thee.
46 And she made haste, and let down her
pitcher from her slioukkr, and said. Drink,
and I will give thv camels drink also: so T
drank, and she made the camels drink also.
47 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 1 ''put the earring upon her face, and the bracelets upon
her hands.
;

X ver. 15, ic.

he said. Come in, 'thou blessed of


the Lord, wherefore standest thou without?

this day unto the well, and


'O Lord God of mv master Abraham,
if now thou do prosper my w ay which I go
43 "Behold, I stand by the well of water
and it shall come to pass, that when the virgin Cometh forth to draw water, and I say to
her. Give me, I pray thee, a little water of
said,

And

from my oath.
42 And I came

31

whom

my

will not follow

.A.nd

me,

said unto

walk, will send his angel with


thee, and prosper thy way
and thou shalt
take a wife for my son of my kindred, and
of my father's house.
41 "Then shalt thou be clear from this mine
oath, when thou comest to my kindred and
if they give not thee one, thou shalt be clear
fore

cli.

woman

40 'And he

''II

tell

my

son.

his

23

to

Ps.

10.

32,
as, 3.

thou shalt go unto my father's house,


kindred, and take a wife unto my

''But

Sam.

Ezck.

1,

13.

16, 11, 12.

97

ISAAC

GENESIS.

MEETETH REBEKAH.

48 "And

bowed down my

B.C. 1857

head, and worshipped the Lord, and blessed the Lord


God of my master Abraham, which had led
me in the riglit way to take ''my master's
I

with

truly
tell

me

my

that

or to the

if

ye will

master,

may

tell

''deal

me

turn to the

b ch.

23.

2-i,

c ch. 47,

and

Jcish.

ail.

a, 14.

kindly and
riglit

if not,

us,

l-s.

il

Mil.

23.

Mark

21, ja.

hand,

12,

U.

CHAPTER

e ih. 31, 24.

Bethuel answered, and


said, ''The thing proceedeth from the Lord:
we cannot "speak unto thee bad or good.
51 Behold, Rebekah ^Is before thee, take
lier, 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 ^worshipped the Lord, howing liimself to the

g ver. 26.

HEN

vessels.

Exocl.

22,

3,

&

11,2,

Ezra

<t

21,

3.

1, 6.

INIidiau,

the servant brought forth f'jewels


of silver, and jewels of gold, and raiment, and

II

gave them to Rebekah.


He gave also to her
brother and to her mother 'precious things.
54 And they did eat and drink, he and the
men that were with him, and tarried all night;
and they rose up in the morning, and he said,
"Send me away unto my master.
55 And her brother and her mother said.
Let the damsel abide with us \\a few days, at
after that she shall go.
he said unto them. Hinder me not,
seeing the Lord hath j)rospcred mv way
send me away, that I may go to my master.
57 And they said.
will call the damsel,
and inquire at her mouth.
58 And they called Rebekah, and said unto her. Wilt thou go with this man
And
she said, I will go.
59 And they sent away Rebekah their sis-

56

&

k ver. 66,

And

59

Or, a/u// year,


ten months.
Judg. 14, 8.

or,

Epher, and Hanoch,and Abidah, and Eldaah.


All these ivere the children of Keturah.
5 H And ''Abraham gave all that he had un-

ch. 35, .

rn ch. 17, 16,

to Isaac.

n ch. 22, 17.

6
i

u ,b. 16, 14,

25,

11.

II

Or,

.l.ish.

l,f,

6c

77,

2,

I's. 1,

it

12,

15,i

IJU,

143,5.

good old age, an old man, and full


years
;'dii\A
'was gathered to his people.
of
r

ch. 38, 12.

cir.

and Abraham's servant,

Thou

art our sister

62

And

came from

the

way

d Judy. 6

and Sarah

his wife.

11 H And it came to pass after the death of


Abraham, that God blessed his son Isaac
and Isaac dwelt by the ''well Lahai-roi.

3.

1822.

ih. 15, 15.

411,

,5:

I'J,

511,

2'.l.

cb. 35,

211.

33.

of the

35,

cli.

211.

li

lb. 23.

12 TI Now these are the generations of


Ishmael, Abraham's son, 'whom Hagar the
Egyptian, Sarah's handmaid, bare unto Abra-

ham.
13 And

'"these are the names of the sons of


Ishmael, by their names, according to their
generations the first-born of Ishmael, Nebajoth and Kedar, and Adbeel, and IMibsam,

13,

"well Lahai-roi; for he dwelt in the south

Hi

country.

And

Isaac went out ||''to meditate in the


field at the even-tide
and he lifted up his
eyes, and saw, and behold, the camels were

63

before Manire

c ch. 21, 14

wav.
Isaac

in

10 ''The field which Abraham purchased of


the sons of Heth 'there was Abraham buried,

his

32.

1.

b ch. 24, 36.

be thou "Hhe
mother of thousands of millions, and "let thy
seed possess the gate of those which hate
them.
61 TI And Rebekah arose, and her damsels,
and they rode upon the camels, and followed
the man and the servant took Rebekah, and

went

1853.

Chro.i.

And

t'liis sons Isaac and Ishmael buried


the cave of Machpelah, in the field
of Ephron the son of Zohar theHittite, which

him

is

and his men.


60 And they blessed Rebekah, and said unher.

7 And these re the days of the years of


Aliraham's life which he lived, a hundred
threescore and fifteen years.
8 Then Abraham gave up the ghost, and
"died in a

to

But unto the sons of the concubines which

Abraham had, Abraham gave gifts, and "sent


them awavfrom Isaac his son (while he yet
lived) eastward, unto ""the east country.

to prut/.

We

'her nurse,

and Ishbak, and Shuali.

And Jokshan begat Sheba,


and Dedan. And the sons of Dedan were
Asshurim, and Letushim, and Leummim.
4 And the sons of Midian
Ephah, and
3

And

and

teas

ter,

Abraham took

Keturah.
2 And "she bare him Zimran,
and Jokshan, and Medan, and

12, 35.

2 Chroii.

again

and her name

'wife,

earth.

the least ten

sons of Abialiam by Keturah. 5 The division of his goods. 7


His age, and dealh. 9 His bnnal. 12 The generations of Ishmael.
17 His age, and death.
21 Isaac prayeth for Rebekah, being barren.
22 The children strive in her womb. 24 The birth of Esau and
Jacob. 27 Their difference. 29 Esau selleth his birthright.

f ch. 20, 15.

Heb.

XXV.

The

left.

50 Then Laban and

53

master therefore she took a vail and covered herself


Q6 And the servant told Isaac all things
that he had done.
67 And Isaac brought her into his mother
Sarah's tent, and took Rebekah, and she became his wife and he loved her and Isaac
'was comforted after his mother's death.
:

a ver. 2C.

brother's daughter unto his son.

49 And now

AGE AND DEATH OF ABKAHAM.

rh. 49.31,

k ch, 16, 14,

24,

62,

ch. 16. 15.

coming.

14
15

And
II

and Dumah, and Massa,


Hadar, and Tenia, Jetur, Naphish, and

Kedemah

And Rebekah lifted up her eyes, and


when she saw Isaac, ''she lighted off the

cir. INOO.

64

camel.
II

65 For she had said unto the servant, What


man is this that walketh in the field to meet
US'!
And tlie servant had said. It is my
28
"

"

Chroii.

Hadad.
Chron. I, 30.

Or,

''

'"-
1:73

"

1,

29.

INIishma,

16 These are the sons of Ishmael, and these


are their names, by their towns, and by their
castles; "twelve princes according to their
nations.

17 And these are the years of the life of


Ishmael
a hundred and tbirtv and seven
:

blKTll OF ESAU

CHAPTER

AND JACOB.

XXV.

ESAQ SELLING HIS BIRTHRIGST

and "he give up the ghost and died,


and was gathered unto liis people.
18 PAnd they dwelt from Havilah unto
Shur, that is hefore Egypt, as thou goest toward Assyria and he fdied ''in the presence
years

of

his brethren.

all

19

TI

And

these are the generations of Isaac,

Abraham's son 'Abraham begat Isaac


20 And Isaac was forty years old when he
took Rebekah to wife, 'the daughter of Bethuel the Syrian of Pac an-aram, 'the sister
:

to

Laban

And

21
wife,

the Syrian.

Isaac entreated the

because she was barren

Lord

for his

"and the

was entreated of him, and "Rebekah

Lord

his wife

conceived.

22 And

the

within her
am I thus

children

struggled

and she said.


"And she went

together

If it be so,

why

to inquire of the

Lord.
23

And

Lord said unto her, 'Two nawomb, and two manner of

the

tions are in thy

people shall be separated from thy bowels


and ^the one people shall be stronger than fJie
other people
and "the elder shall serve the
younger.
;

24 H And when her days to be delivered


were fulfilled, behold, there were twins in her

womb.
25 And the
a

H.C. 1838.

first

came out

red,

''all

over like

hairy 'garment: and they called his

Esau.

name

o ver.

8.

KSAU SELLETH his lilKlHIUGHT.

GENESIS.

ISAAC DENIETH HIS WIFE.

CHAPTER
I

XXVI.

B.C.

taimne, goeth to Gerar. 2 God instructeth, and


blesseth him. 7 He is reproved by Abimelech (or denying his wile.
12 He groweth rich.
18 He diggeth Esek, Sitnah, and Kehoboth.
26 Abimelech riiaketh a covenant with him at Beer-sheba. 34
Esau's wives.
Isa ic, because

was

there

a famine in

besides "the first famine


that was in the days of Abraham.
And Isaac went nnto ''Abimetlie

ch. 12,

il

rh.

And
said, Go

PhiUstines unto

into

Egypt

land which I shall tell thee of.


3 ''Sojourn in this land, and "I will be \\ ith
thee, and Hvill l)less thee for unto thee, and
unto thy seed, ^I will give all these countries,
and I will perform ''the oath which I sware
unto Abraham thy father
4 And 'I will make thy seed to multiply as
the stars of heaven, and will give unto thy
seed all these countries 'and in thy seed
shall all the nations of the earth be blessed
5 'Because that Abraham obeyed my voice,
and kept my charge, my commandments, my

15.

f ch. 12, 1.

13, 15, A-

h ch. 22,

and

my

15, 6.

22,

]->,

&

22,

ch.

20 And

k ch.

3,

in

mv

wife
lest, said
he, the men of the place should kill me for
Rebekah; because she "was fair to look upon.
"he feared to say, Slie

came

20,

2, 13.

of the well

o ch. 24, 16.

p ch. 20,

il'l

Ps.

15.

lUh. fnund.

Mark

Ir MiUt. 13. 8.

II

4. 8.

is

to pass,

when he had

']

||

24, 35.
Ps.
112.3.
Prov. 10,

cli.

23

Or, husbandri/.

Ecc.

11.

.-IT,

ch. 21. 30.

X Extxl.

and
thy wife and

called

Behold, of a surety she

is

Isaac,

how

She is my sister
And Isaac
mito him. Because I said, Lest I die for

saidst thou,

said

said.

and

t Ileb. living.

II

That

CoiilrK-

IS,

lion.

And Abimelech

said,

What

is

this

thou

one of the people might


lightly have lien with tin wife, and ''thou
shouldest have brought guiltiness upon us.
11 And Abimelech charged all his people,

II

That

is,

Hatred.

II

That

is,

Room.

He

that ''touclieth this man or his


wife shall surely be put to death.
saying.

&

d ch. 17, 6,
3,
41.52.

odus

1,

b ch. 17,

18,

28,

Ex-

7.

i-

7,

28.

24,

13.

Acts

Exi.il. 3, 6.

7, 32.
I

12 Then Isaac sowed in that land, and freceived in the same year 'a hundred-fold

and the Lord


13

And

forward,

the

r ch. 15,

1.
[

.1

vcr, 3, 4.
I

'^blessed

him

man 'waxed

and grew

until

great,

e ch. 12, 7,

14 For he had possession ot flocks, and


possession of herds, and great store of servants and the Philistines "envied him.
15 For all the wells "which his father's servants had diiig(>(l in the davs of Abraham his
father, the Philistines had stopped them, and
filled them with earth.
16 And Abimelech said unto Isaac, Go from
us for "thou art nuich mightier than we.
30

13.

f Ps. 116, 17.

great

18.

and fwent

he became very

ch. 21, 22.

h Judg.

II, 7.

ver. 16.

||

Heb.

Seeiriij

kv

sow.

his tent there and there Isaac's servants digged a well.


26 II Then Abime'ech went to him from
Gerar, and Ahuzzatli one of his friends, ^'and
Phichol the chief captain of his army.
27 And Isaac said unto them. Wherefore
come ye to me, seeing ''ye hate me, and have
'sent me away from you ?
28 And they said, fWe saw certainly that
the Lord ''was with thee and we said, Let
there be now an oath betwixt us, even betwixt us and thee, and let us make a covenant with thee
29 fTliat thou wilt do us no hurt, as we
have not touched thee, and as we have done
unto thee nothing but good, and have sent
thee away in peace 'thou arf now the blessed of the Lord.
30 ""And he made them a feast, and they
did eat and drink.
31 And they rose up betimes in the mornand Isaac
ing, and "sware one to another
sent them away, and they departed from him
:

zch. 21,25.

her.

10

thy father: "fear not, for ""I a?}2 with thee,


and multiply thy seed for
servant Abraham's sake.
will bless thee,

25 And he "budded an altar there, and "^called upon the name of the Lord, and pitched

y ch. 21, 31.

hast done unto us

Beer-

ham

1, <1.

my

And Abimelech

land.

24 And the Lord appeared unto him the


same night, and said, ''I a/n the God of Abra-

4, 4.

his wife.

and we shall "be fruitful in the


And he went up from thence to

for us,

Ilcb irfnt goins-

n ch

Abimelech king of the


Philistines looked out at a window, and saw,
and behold, Isaac was sporting with Rebekah

sheba.

i)een

there a long time, that

Sitnah.

22 And he removed from thence, and digged


another well and for that thev strove not
and he called the name of it Kehoboth; and
he said, For now the Lord hath made room

ver. 3. ch. 24. 1,


35.
.I.il) 42, 12.

22.
t

||Esek;

because thev strove with him.


21 And they digged another well, and strove
for that also
and he called the name of it

9.

!li5,

herd-

of

t-z^m

n Prov. 29, 25.

it

ch. 12, 13.

the

Gerar ^did
strive
with Isaac's
herdmen, saying, The
water is ours
and
he called the name

IS.

And

men

ch. 22, 18. IS.

Gerar
7 And the men of the place asked him of
his wife and "'he said. She is my sister for

water.

IT.

laws.

H And Isaac dwelt

a well of f springing
j

statutes,

Ps.

16.

105, 9.

1.1,

18.

dwell in "the

Isaac digged again the wells of

11,

0.

g rh.

down

I.

Heb.

And

water which they had digged in the days of


Abraham his father for the Philistines had
stopped them after the death of Abraham
^and he called their names after the names
by which his father had called them.
19 And Isaac's servants digged in the valley, and found there

1.

20,

e ih. 28,

the L'jrd appeared nnto him, and

not

18

a.

39, 12.

Gerar.
2

there.

h. la, 10.

h ih. 20,

tlie

land,

ecb king of

1S04.

cir.

THE WELLS WHICH ISAAC DIGGED.

17 H And Isaac departed thence, and pitched his tent in the valley of Gerar, and dwelt

rir. 1804.

ol'

ND

k ch. 21, 22. 23.


t Ueh.l/lho,isl,oll,

*c.

ch. 24, 31.


115, 15.

ni ch. 19, 3

n ch. 21, 31

Ps.

in peace.

32

And

it

came

to pass the

same day,

that

CHAPTER

ISAAC SENDETH ESAU

XXV

'JjfZ3{^'^

-v-M

ISAAC BLESSINO JACOB

came and told him concernwhich thev had digged, and said

Isaac's servants

ing the well


unto him.

We

And he

have lound water.

"therefore the
it UShebah
||Beer-sheba unto this day.
34 l[''And Esau was forty years old when
he took to wife Jndith the daughter of Beeri

33

called

name otthe

city

the Hittite,

and Bashemath the daughter of

is

Elon the Hittite


35 Which ''were fa
Isaac and to Rebekah.
:

mind unto

grief of

CHAPTER XXVH.
1

Isaac sendelh Esau for venison. 6 Rebekah instructetli Jacob to ol)15 Jacob under the person of Esau obtaineth it.
tain the blessing.
30 Esau brin;reth venison. 33 Isaac trenibleth. 34 Esau complaineth, and by nnportunity obtaineth a blessing.
41 He threateneth
.Jacob.
42 Kebekah disappointeth it.

AND

it

came

to

when

Isaac
was old, and "his eyes
were dim, so that he
could not see, he call-

pass, that

ed Esau his eldest son,


and said nnto him.
My son: and he said
unto him. Behold, here

am
2

And he

said,

I.

Behold now,

am

old,

''know not the day of my death


3 "Now therefore take, I pray thee, thy
weapons, thy quiver and thy bow, and go
out to the field, and ftake me some veni:

son

B.C.

cir. 1804.

:'

FOR VENISON.

1 1.

."

'H-^-J^S

GENESIS.

JACOB DECEIVETH HIS FATHER.

them

mother and his mother ""made


savoury meat, such as his father loved.
15 And Rehekah took t"goodlj raiment of
her eldest son Esau, which were with her in
the house, and put them upon .Tacoh her
younger son
16

to his

And

And Jacob

Esau

son

eat of

me

12.

heard the words of his


with a great and exceeding
bitter cry, and said unto his father. Bless me,

r ver.

me also, O my father
And he said. Thy brother came with
subtlety, and hath taken away thy blessing.
36 And he said, Ts not he rightlv named
for he hath supplanted me these
llJacob

am

have done according


pray thee, sit and

How

Hos.

even

14, 6.

mv

Hel.r. 11, 20.

lu Deut. yi. 13, 28.


2

Sam.

21.

1.

rli.

two times lie took away ray birthright


and behold, now he hath taken away my
blessing.
And he said. Hast thou not re-

m.

45.

is it

son

Ueul, 3:i.28.

And he said. Because the Lord thy God


brought it fto me.
21 And Isaac said unto Jacob, Come near,
I pray thee, that I Pmay feel thee, my son,
whether thou he my very son Esau, or not.
22 And Jacob went near unto Isaac his
father
and he felt him, and said. The voice
is Jacob's voice, but the hands are the hands
of Esau.
23 And he discerned him not, because "ihis
hands were hairy, as his brother Esau's
hands so he blessed him.
24 And he said. Art thou my very son
Esau
And he said, I am.
25 And he said. Bring it near to me, and

y ch.

9, 2.^.

25,

23.
.

a ch. 12,
21, y.

Ninnli.

3.

||

my

bless thee.

And

him, and he did cat


wine, and he drank.

26 And

soul

me

t ]\p\i.trfvihlfdwith

a great trevilihng

father

Ill

Ilclir. 12,

hath bb'ssed
28 Therefore 'God give thee of "the dew
of heaven, and "the fatness of the earth, and
''plenty of corn and wine
29 -"^Let people serve thee, and nations bow
down to thee be lord over thy brethren, and
let thy mother's sons bow down to thee:
"cursed he every one that curseth thee, and
:

up

And

ch. 25, 2G.

sup-

IS,

neck.

41 TI And Esau "hated Jacob because of


the blessing wherewith his father blessed

Sam.

him and Esau


of mourning for

Verse 29.

^. 14,

h ver. 28.
[

will
II

Or, supported

Hebr.

'

12, IT.

k verse 58,

Hel.r

11, 20.

II

slay

my

said in his heart,

my

"The days

father are at hand, fthen

brother Jacob.

42 And these words of Esau her elder son


were told to Rehekah
and she sent and
called Jacob her younger son, and said unto
him. Behold, thv brother Esau, as touching
thee, doth ''comfort himself purposing to kill
:

Or, of the fatness

thee.
1

ch.5.21,

Obad.

18,19,2(1

Sam.

8, 14.

30 \ 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 father, that Esau his
l)rother came in from his hunting.
31 And he also had made savoury meat,
and brought it unto his father and said
unto his father. Let mv father arise, and ''eat
32

eve7i

lifted

'

blessed he he that blesseth thee.

And Esau

40 And by thy sword shah thou live, and


'shalt serve thv brother
and "'it shall come
to pass when thou shalt have the dominion,
that thou shalt break his yoke from off' thy

17

F.illillpcl,

Lord

father

he smelled the smell of his raiment, and blessed him. and said. See, 'the smell of niv son
the

O my

Hast thou

father? bless me,

unto him.

which

also,

mv

11.29.

as the smell of a field

said unto his father.

Isaac his father answered, and said


him. Behold, ''thy dwelling: shall be
the fatness of the earth, and of the dew
of heaven from above

c di.28, ,1,4. Ror,


1

Come near now, and kiss me, my son.


27 And he came near, and kissed him and

is

unto thee,

unto

That

Isaac said

now

And Esau

39

Hell. hunUfi.

planter.

his

do

his voice, 'and wept.

grpMtlij.

he lirought if near to
and he brought him

son

shall

but one blessing,

my

and what

38

son's venison, 'that

served a blessing for me ?


37 And Isaac answered and said unto Esau.
^Behold, I have made him thy lord, and all
his brethren have I given to him for servants:
and ''with corn and wine have I sustained

him

may

And when Esau

34

q ver. 16.

arise, I

And

my

unto him.
thy son,

said

said, I a7n

Who

Heb, before mr.

my venison, "that thy soul may bless me.

will eat of

father

his

And he

35

Isaac said unto his son.


that thou hast found it so quickly,

Isaac

art thou

bless

thy first-born, Esau.


33 And Isaac ftrembled very exceedingly,
and said.
I where is he that hath ftaken
venison, and brought // me, and I have eaten
of all before thou camest, and have blessed
him 1 yea, "and he shall be blessed.

ver. 27.

said unto his father,

tiiy first-born

as thou l)adest

20

my

And

Who

Ileb. desirable

may

father, ''he cried

art thou,

me.
32

ver. 4, 9.

P ver.

And he came unto his father, and


My father. And he said. Here am I

said.

ESAU THREATENETH JACOB.

of his son's venison, that thy soul

1760.

cir.

o ver. 4.

18 H

19

'

she put the skins of the kids of the


goats upon his hands, and upon the smooth
of his neck:
17 And she gave the savoury meat and the
bread, which she had prepared, into the hand
of her son J acoh.

who

B.C.

i'

Kinps

n ch. 37,

8, 2f)

43
and

Now

therefore,

arise, flee

Haran

my

son,

obey

thou to Laban

mv

my voice:
brother 'to

44 And

tarrv with

him a few days,

ttntil

4, 8.

thy brother's fury turn away


45 Until thy brother's anger turn
;

o ch. 50,

3, 4, in.

p OhaJ. 10.

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
deprived also of vou both in one day
46 And Rei)ekah said to Isaac. 'I am wearv
:

q Ps, 01,

5.

ch. 11, 31.

s ch. 2f.. 35. .t 28,8,

JACOB

HAPTE

S VISION.

li

because of the daughters of Heth:


'if Jacob take a wife of the daugiiters of Heth,
such as these ichich are of the daughters of
the land, what good shall niy life do nic
of

my

The

ND

and

ch. 17, l.t.

Heb. an assevtul/j
of people.

God Almighty

16

k rh. 24, 3,

Ill

ch. 25, 13.

II

Has. 12, 12

ters of

shalt not take a wife of the

15,

14.

1,&4S,

r ch. 35,

this

3.

s ch. 26, 24.

ch. 13, 15,

way

to eat,

&

35,

that

and

go,

and raiment

daugh-

my God

Heb. break forth.

22

ch.13, 14. Deut.

that

X ch. 12,
18,

And

this stone,

&

3,

18,

<fe

22, 18, &.

26,4.

31,

3.

z ch. 48, 16.


121, 5, 7, 8.

Ps.

a ch. 35. 6.

daughter of Ishmael, Abraham's son, "'the


sister of Nebajoth, to be his wife.
10 H And Jacob "went out from Beer-sheba,
and went toward "Haran.
11 And he lighted upon a certain place,
and tarried there all night, because the sun
was set and he took of the stones of that
place, and put them for his pillows, and lay

I. 5,

8,
13, 5.

Numb.

23, lU.

d Eiod.3,5.

ihe east.

Josh.

5, 15.

cli

Lev.

13, -IS,

31,
35, 14.

And

&

il

and behold, a ladder set up on the earth,


and the top of it
reached to heaven
and behold, ''the an-

That

and descending on

Tim.

6. S

Deut. 26.

it.

13 ^'Vnd behold, the


LoKD stood above it,
and said, 'I am the Lord God of Abraham
thy father, and the God of Isaac
'the land
whereon thou liest, to thee will I give it. and
to thy seed.

ii

ver. 15
1

II

SamKings

17.
8-

15,

2
2

7, 14.

t IIel>.

/"'

lift

up Ins

'
II

Number.

23.

ll.is,

12, 12-

Ilel.

rkildrti,

for

the well's

mouth

in his

place.

o Lev. 27, 30
I

stone again upon

5, 17.

n ch. 35,

it

.-v%lf)' watered the flocks:


.?* and a great stone
was upon the well's
mouth.
3 And thither were all the flocks gathered:
and they rolled the stone from the well's
mouth and watered the sheep, and put the

I,

Judges II, 31- 2


Sam. 19, 24. 311.

three flocks of

15. 8.

looked,

sheep lying bv

'

h ch.31.13. Juda
2 Sam.]
II. 30

God ascending

the houst

IS,

if God.

gels of

ivere

7, 1.

g Judg. I. 23, 26
Hos. 4, 15.

ed,

he

8. 10, 11, 12.

Numb.

he ''dream-

And

and behold, a well in


the field, and lo, there

in that place to sleep.

XXIX.

9 He taketh acquaintance ol
Rachel. 13 Laban entertaineth him. 18 Jacob covenanteth for
Rachel. 23 He is deceived with Leah. 28 He marrieth also Rachel, and serveth for her seven years more.
32 Leah beareth Reuben, 33 Simeon, 34 Levi, 35 and Judah.

Jacob Cometh to the well of Haran-

1
Jacob fwent on his journey,
"and came into the land of the fpeople of

Kings

Hebr.

set for a

THEN

b Deut. 28,6. Josh


57.

have

I
:

CHAPTER

y See verses 20,21.


Chap. 26, 24, &

Canaan fpleased not Isaac his father


9 Then went Esau unto Ishmael, and took
unto the wives which he had, 'Mahalath the

which

be God's house "and of all that


thou shalt give me, I will surely give the
tenth unto thee.
pillar, "shall

12, 20.

12

""bread

u ch. 13, 16.

his mother,

down

me

will give

to put on,

21 So that 'I come again to my father's


house in peace ""then shall the Lord be

12.

Canaan

And

and said. How


none other but

this is

II

Job33,

q J(ihnl,51. Hebr.

Jacob obeyed his father, and


and was gone to Padan-aram
8 And Esau seeing ''that the daughters of
7

Beth-el but the name of that city ivas called Luz at the first.
20 ''And Jacob vowed a vow, saying, If
'God will be with me, and will keep me in

Charran.
p rh.41,1,

Thou

afraid,

this place

''this

and "set it up for a pillar, "^and


poured oil upon the top of it.
19 And he called the name of ^that place

is

in

is

not.

it

his pillows,

o Called, Acts 7, 2,

Esau saw that Isaac had bless6 TI


ed Jacob, and sent him away to Padan-aram,
to take him a wife from thence
and that as
he blessed him, he gave him a charge, say-

out of his sleep,

Lord

is the gate of
heaven.
18 And Jacob rose up earlv in the morning, and took the stone that he had put for

evil in

4'C-

When

to

Surely the

said.

26,

chap. 36, 3, she


IS called
Bashcmath.

I,

for

have done (hat


thee of

the house of God, and this

Heb. were
the eyes^

have spoken

dreadful

35.

fruitful, and nniltiply thee, that thou


mayest be fa multitude of people
4 And give thee ''the blessing of Abraham,
to thee, and to thy seed with thee that thou
mayest inherit the land fwherein thou art
a stranger, which God gave unto Abraham.
5 And Isaac sent away Jacob
and he
went to Padan-aram unto Laban, son of
Bethuel the Syrian, the brother of Rebekah,
Jacob's and Esau's mother.

with thee, and will

And Jacob awaked

and I knew
17 And he was

oj

thee

ing.

1[

place

thy sojournings.

T am

will "bring thee again into this land

and he

and make

bless thee,

behold,

will not leave thee, ''until I

which

3 ^And

And

15

f ch. 24. 1').

Hcb.

shalt fspread abroad "to

"^keep thee in ail places whitlier thou goest,

'blessed

and thou

blessed.

e ch. 2i. 23.

him, and said unto him,


''Thou shalt not take a wife
of the daughters of Canaan.
Tadan-aram, the house of
thy
mother's
father
and take thee
''Bethucl
from
thence
of
the
daughters
of '"Laa wife
mother's
brother.
ban thy

"thy seed shall be as the dust of


;

3.

d ch. 25, 20.

Isaac called Jacob, and


him, and charged

jacob comkth to haran.

the west, and to the east, and to the north,


and to the south and in thee and 'in thy
seed shall all the families of the earth be

c IIos. 12, 12.

20 Jacob's vow.

stone of 13elh-el.

And

14

a ch. 07, 3b.


b ch. -H.

XXIX.

1.,

the earth

3.

17611.

CHAPTER XXVni.
18

ch. 24.

Isaac blesseth Jacob, and sendeth liim to Padan-aram. 6 Esau mar10 The vision of .Jacob's
rieth Mahalath the daughter ol" Ishiiiael.
ladder.

1 1

B.C. dr. 1760.

life,

XXV

k>

7.

And Jacob

whence

be

ye

said unto them.


?

And

My

they said.

brethren,

Of Haran

are we.

And he

.said

unto them.
33

Know

ve Laban

GENESIS.

JACOB MARKIETH LEAH AND RACHEL.


the son of Nalior

And

We know

they said,

him.
6 And lie said unto them, f'/*- lie well ?
And they said, He is well and behold, Rachel his daughter conieth with the sheep.
7 And he said, Lo, ^it is yet high day,
neither is it time that the cattle should be
gathered together water ye the sheep, and
go and feed them.
cannot, until all the
8 And they said,
gathered
together,
and till they roll
flocks be
then we
well's
mouth
the stone from the
water the sheep.
9 \ And while he yet spake with them,
for
"Rachel came with her father's sheep
she kept them.
:

We

And

10

it

came

to pass,

when Jacob saw

Rachel the daughter of Laban his mother's


and the sheep of Laban his mother's
brother, that Jacob went near, and ''rolled
the stone from the well's mouth, and waterbrother,

ed the flock of Laban his mother's brother.


11 And Jacob ^kissed Rachel, and lifted
up his voice, and wept.
12 And Jacob told Rachel that he was 'her
father's brother, and that he was Rebekah's
son ^and she ran and told her father.
13 And it came to pass, when Laban heard
;

the ftidings of Jacob his sister's son, that '"he


ran to meet him, and embraced him, and
kissed him, and brought

And

he told Laban

And Laban

14

all

him

to his house.

these things.

said to him, 'Surely thou

bone and my flesh. And he abode


with him f the space of a month.
15 H And Laban said unto Jacob, Because

art

my

thou art

my

me

serve

wages

be

for

brother, sliouldest thou therefore

naught

tell

me, what

sliall

thy

And Laban had two

16

name

daughters: the
of the elder was Leah, and the name

of the younger was Rachel.


17 Leah loas tender-eyed, but Rachel
beautiful and well-favoured.

And Jacob

18

will serve thee

was

loved Rachel; and said, ''I


seven years for Rachel thy

younger daughter.
19 And Laban said, // is better that 1 give
her to thee, than that I should give her to
another man abide with me.
20 And Jacob 'served seven years for Raand they seemed unto him hut a few
chel
days, for the love he had to her.
21 \ And Jacob said unto Laban, Give me
:

my

wife (for

mv

days are

fulfilled)

that I

may "go in unto her.


22 And Laban gathered together all the
men of the place, and "made a feast.
23 And it came to pass in the evening,
that he took Leah his daughter, and brought
her to him and he went in unto her.
24 And Laban gave unto liis daughter Leah,
Zilpah his maid, for a luuidmaid.
;

34

B.C.

cir,

t }Ieb. Is

peace

to

17B0.

there

him 1

RACHEL ENVIETH HER SISTER.

CHAPTER

RACHEL BEARETll JOSEPH.

And

4
''to

wife

And

handmaid

she ijave him Bilhah her

and Jaeol) went

Billiah eonceived,

in

unto her.

And Rachel

en

me

a son

God

said,

my

also heard

hatii 'judged

me,

and hath

giv-

voice,

therefore called she his

name

IIDan.
7 And

Bilhah, Rachel's maid, conceived


again, and bare .Tacob a second son.
8 And Uaciiol said, With fgreat wrestlings
have I wrestled with my sister, and I have
prevailed and she called his name ||''Naph:

tali.

When Leah saw

that she had left hearher


maid, and 'gave her
she
took
Zilpah,
ing,

.Jacob to wife.

10

And

Zilpah, Leah's maid, bare Jacob a

son.

11 And Leah said, A troop cometh and


she called his name ||Gad.
12 And Zilpah, Leah's maid, bare Jacob a
:

second son.
13 And Leah
daughters '"will
called his

name

said,
call

fHappy am
me blessed

I,
:

cir.

h ch. 16

and hare Jacob a

son.

and hath

B.C.

for the

and she

||Asher.

^ And Reuben went

in the days of
14
wheat-harvest, and found mandrakes in the

and brought them unto his mother


Leah.
Then Rachel said to Leah, "Give
me, I pray thee, of thy son's mandrakes.
15 And she said unto her, I.s it a small
matter that thou hast taken my husband
and wouldest thou take away my son's mandrakes also
And Rachel said. Therefore
with
shall
lie
thee to-night for thy son's
he
mandrakes.
16 And Jacob came out of the field in the
evening, and Leah w^ent out to meet him,
and said, Thou must come in unto me for
surely 1 have hired thee with my son's mandrakes.
And he lay with her that night.
17 And God hearkened unto Leah, and
field,

'.

she conceived, and bare Jacob the fifth son.


18 And Leah said, God hath given me my
hire, because I have given my maiden to my

husband and she called his name ||Issachar.


19 And Leah conceived again, and bare
Jacob the sixth son.
20 And Leah said, God hath endued me
irith a good dowry
now will my husband
dw^ell with me, because I have borne him
six sons
and she called his name ||''Zeb:

ulun.

21 And afterward she bare a daughter,


and called her name Dinah.
22 I And God ''remembered Rachel, and
God hearkened to her, and ''opened her
||

womb.
23 And she conceived, and bare a son
and said, God hath taken awav 'mv reproach
24 And she called his name ||.Ioseph and
:

22.

1749.

XXX.

JACOB

S POLICY.

GENESIS.

JACOB BEING DISPLEASED,

DEPARTETH SECRETLY FROM LABAN.

=5*%^*^

DC.

40 And Jacob did separate the lambs, and


set the faces of the flocks toward the ringstreaked, and all the brown in the flock of
Laban and he put his own flocks by themselves, and put them not unto Laban's cat-

1745.

h ch.

&

13. 2,

35,

13, 11,

2fi,

tle.
a Ps. 4a.

And

came

pass whensoever the


stronger cattle did conceive, that Jacob laid
it

U,.

to

b ch.
c

the rods before the eyes of the cattle in the


gutters, that they might conceive among the

Deut. 2R,

;>1.

Heb. as yesterand the day

before.

Sam.

Hi, 7.

42 But when the cattle were feeble, he put


them not in so the feebler were Laban's, and

d ch. 28, 15,20,21,

&

32. 9.

f ver. 3.

g ver.

36, 39, 40,


ch. 30, 29.

41.

Numbers M,
Neh.

ND

19,

he he::-d the words of Laban's


sons, saying, Jacob hath taken away
and of that
'^^$1, ^1' f hat ^vas our father's
Mr^-|A which icas our father's hath he gotJ|ten all this "glory.
2 And Jacob beheld ''the countenance of Laban, and behold, it icas not '=to-

4,

12.

22.

Job

Zech.

3.

8,

23.

k ch.

Ps.

20,
105, 14,

And

the

then bare

all

the cattle ring-streaked.

'"taken away the cattle


of your father, and given them to me.
10 And it came to pass at the time that the
cattle conceived, that I lifted up mine eyes,
and saw in a dream, and behold, the ||rams
which leaped upon the cattle ivej-e ringstreaked, speckled, and grizzled.
11 And "the angel of God spake unto me
in a dream, saying, Jacob And I said, Here
:

m
II

oil.

am

32

3(1,

ver. 1,

unto the land of thy fathers, and to thy kin- >


dred and I will be with thee.
Iq

ExoJ.

And he

see, ail the

10.

before.

said unto Jacob, ''Return

I.

said, Lift up now thine eyes and


rams which leap upon the cattle
are ring-streaked, speckled, and grizzled for
I have seen all that Laban doeth unto thee.
13 I am the God of Beth-el, Pwhere thou
anointedstthe pillar, owe? where thou vowedst

12

Ifi.

Or, he-goats.

'n ch. 48,

Lord

Thus God hath

Jacob, upon displeasure, departeth secretly.


19 Rachel stealeth her
father's images.
22 Laban pursueth alter him, 26 and complaineth
of the wrong. 34 Rachel's policy to hide the images. 36 Jacob's
complaint of Laban. 44 The covenant of Laban and Jacob at Galeed.

ward him fas

hire

XXXI.

have served your father.


7 And your father hath deceived me, and
"changed my wages 'ten times but God ''suffered him not to hurt me.
8 If he said thus, 'The speckled shall be thy
wages then all the cattle bare speckled: and
if he said thus. The ring-streaked shall be thy

e ver. 2.

''had

CHAPTER

see your father's

not toward

the stronger Jacob's.

43 And the man "increased exceedingly, and


much cattle, and maid-servants, and
men-servants, and camels, and asses.

"I

me as bebut the God of my father "^hath been


with me.
6 And sye know that with all my power I
it is

.;,

4.

dat/

rods.

unto his flock,

said unto them,

countenance, that
fore

1739.

sent and called Rachel and

to the field

And

24,

41

And Jacob

Leah

ver. 30.

3, 7.

ch. 28, 18, 19,20.

36

ver, 3.

oh. 32

9,

vow unto me

now

''arise,

get

thee out

CHAPTER, XXXI.

LABAN PURSUETH JACOB.

n.C. 1739.

from this land, and return unto the land of


thy kindred.

.Because

And Rachel and Leah

said unto him,

'Is

there yet

was

afraid

ch.

from me.
32 With whomsoever thou findest thy gods,

15, 27.

2'J,

'let

thou what is
with me, and
take it to thee for
Jacob knew not that

Sam.

thine

Ilos.

10. 13.

3,4.

Rachel

Then Jacoh

J.alian.

And Laban went

shear his sheep:


and Rachel had stolen the f'images that ivere

u ch.

Luke

IT.

12,

vants' tents

51,53.

9,

to

20 And Jacob stole away f^nawares to


Laban the Syrian, in that he told him not

went

y ch. 20,

34 Now Rachel had taken the images, and


put them in the camel's furniture, and sat
upon them. And Laban fsearched all the
tent, but found them not.

Job

3.

Mntt,

33, 15.

1,

2(1

fore thee
Sam.

Hell, hast

30,

she said to her father. Let

good or bad.
25 H Then Laban overtook Jacob. Now
Jacob had pitched his tent in the mount: and
his brethren pitched in the

stoUn

9,

14.

1,

KmRs

19, 20.
37,

the

power of my hand

Kq\.% 20,

Sam.

Chron.

13, 13.
16, 9.

37 Whereas

thou hast

what hast thou found

hold-stuff"! set
a ver. 53.

it

ch. 28,

searched all my
of all thy house-

here before

my

brethren,

and thy brethren, that they may judge be-

13.

twixt us both.

f ver.

19.

Judg.

18.24.

g Sen ch. 44,

|i

38 This twenty years have I been with thee


thy ewes and thy she-goats have not cast
their young, and the rams of thy flock have
I not eaten.
39 'That which was torn of beasts, I brought
not unto thee I bare the loss of it of ''my
hand didst thou require it, wliether stolen by
;

9.

day, or stolen by night.

Heb./e/f.

40 Thiis I was; in the day the drought


consumed me, and the frost by night and
my sleep departed from mine eyes.

h Exod. 20, 12
Lev. 19, 32

Ex.xl. 23, 10,

ic.

41 Thus have I been twenty years in thy


house I 'served thee fourteen years for thy
two daughters, and six years for thy cattle
and ""thou hast changed my wages ten times.
42 "Except the God of my father, the God
of Abraham, and "the Fear of Isaac had been
with me, surely thou hadst sent me away now
empty.
''God hath seen mine affliction, and
the labour of my hands, and ''rebuked thee
:

Eicd. 22.

12.

ch. 29, 27. 28.

Ps

124, 1,2.

o verse 53.

And now, though

thou wouldest needs


be gone, because thou sore longedst after thy
father's house yet wherefore hast thou ''stolen my gods 1
31 And Jacob answered and said to Laban,

stuff",

to

bad.

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 so hotly pursued after

me
c

do you
hurt: but the ''God of your father spake unto me ''yesternight, saying, Take thou heed
that thou speak not to Jacob either good or
^
It is in

Ruth

b ver. 55.

of Gilead.

foolishly in so doing.

lord that

images.

mount

26 And Laban said to Jacob, What hast


thou done, that thou hast stolen away unawares to me, and "carried away my daughters,
as captives taken with the sword ?
27 Wherefore didst thou flee away secretly,
and f steal away from me, and didst not tell
me, that I might have sent thee away with
mirth, and with songs, with tabret, and with
harp l
28 And liast not suffered me ""to kiss my
sons, and my daughters ? "thou hast now done

it not
cannot ''rise up befor the custom of women is upon
he searched, but found not the

my

And

me.

2.

30

And

35

displease

from good

t Heh.

to bad.

Rachel's tent.

fled.

21 So he fled with all that he had and he


rose up, and passed over the river, and "set
his face toward the mount Gilead.
22 And it was told Laban on the third day,
tliat Jacob was fled.
23 And he took "his brethren with him, and
pursued after him seven days' journey and
they overtook him in the mount Cilead.
24 And God 'came to Laban the Syrian in
a dream by night, and said unto him. Take
heed that thou ^speak not to Jacob feither

29

and into the two maid-serbut he found them not.


Then
he out of Leah's tent, and entered into

into Leah's tent,

28.

-16.

Kings

her father's.

Laban with

stolen

into Jacob's tent,

of Canaan.

he

had

33 And Laban went


and

Heh. tht heart of

his

that

be-

them.

rose up, and set his sons


wives upon camels
18 And he carried away all his cattle, and
all his goods which he had gotten, the cattle
of his getting, which he had gotten in Padanaram for to go to Isaac his father in the land

19

live:

cern

t Ileb. teraphtm.
luiig. 17, 5.

TI

him not

fore our brethren dis-

unto thee, do.


17

Peradven-

ters
9

and

for I said,

ture thou wouldest take by force thy daugh-

r ch. 2, 24.

answered, and
any portion or
iniieritauce for us in our father's house
15 Are we not counted of him strangers ?
for 'he hath sold us, and iiath quite devoured
also our money.
16 For all the riches which Cod hath taken
from our father, that is ours, and our children's now then, whatsoever Cod hath said

14

JACOBS COMPLAINT OF LABAN.

Isai

8,

13.

pch. 29.32

43

Exod.

3, 7.

(J

Chron,

Ju.le 9

yesternight.

12. 17

And Laban

answered, and said unto


These daughters are my daughters,
and these children are my children, and these
cattle are my cattle, and all that thou seest
is mine
and what can I do this day unto
37
II

Jacob,

GENESIS.

THE COVENANT OF JACOB AKD LABAN.

my

these

;:

B.C. 1739.

daughters, or unto their children

which they have borne ?


44 Now therefore come thou, 'let us make
a covenant, 1 and thou 'and let it be for a
witness between me and thee.
45 And Jacob 'took a stone, and set it up

5 And '^I have oxen, and asses, flocks, and


men-servants, and women-servants
and I

r ch. 2fi. 28.

have sent
2J, 27.

.I.isli.

ih, 28, 18

fo>- a pillar.

II

That

of witness
Lhald.

46 And Jacob said unto his brethren. Gather


stones
and they took stones, and made a
heap and they did eat there upon the heap.
47 And Laban called it ||Jegar-sahadutha:
but Jacob called it ||Galeed
48 And Laban said, "This heap is a witness between me and thee this day. Therefore was the name of it called Galeed
49 And "^llMizpah; for he said. The Lord
watch between me and thee, when we are
absent one from another.
50 If thou shalt afilict my daughters, or if
;

That

Heb.

of witness.

u .Josh. 24, 27

11, 29.

Sain. 7. 5.

That

19, a beacon,
watch-tower.

or,

y rh.

16,

.').

21,23.

z ch.

thou shalt take other wives besides my daughters


no man is with us see, God is witness
betwixt me and thee.
51 And Laban said to Jacob, Behold this
heap, and behold this pillar, which I have
cast betwixt me and thee
52 This heap he witness, and this pillar be
witness, that I will not pass over this heap
to thee, and that thou shalt not pass over
this heap and this pillar unto me, for harm.
53 The God of Abraham, and the God of
Nahor, the God of their father, 'judge beAnd Jacob ^sware by 'the Fear
twixt us.

a ver. 42.

II

Or,

b rh. 28.

1.

&

ch. 18, 33,


55.

a Ps.9I,ll.
I,

.fO,

Ilehr.

14.

Luke

2, 13.

Ths.t.i9,tiDohosts,
or,

eam/ts

M,

c ch. 33,

J chap.

3(i,

Dent

IB.

6, 7, 8.

.losh.

2, 5.

24. 4.

}Uh.

field.

Ig rh.33,

13 H And he lodged there that same night,


and took of that which came to his hand 'a

Esau

his brother

Two

hundred she-goats and twenty hetwo hundred ewes and twenty rams,

15 Thirty milch camels with their colts,


and ten bulls, twenty she-asses
and ten foals.
16 And he delivered thei into the hand of
his servants, every drove by themselves and
said unto his servants. Pass over before me,
and put a space betwixt drove and drove.
17 And he commanded the foremost, saying. When Esau my brother meeteth thee,
and asketh thee, saying, Whose art thou ?
and whither goest thou and whose are these

K,

l."!.

.H3, 1.

rli

35, 3

k Ps. 50, 15.

he said. This is God's ''host and


he called the name of that place
:

ch 2N.

13

ch. 31, 3, 13,

before thee
t

Mahanaim.

llcb.

tnan

itm

less

nil. <.\c.

And Jacob

sent messengers before him to


his brother, 'unto the land of Seir, ''the

18 Then thou shalt say, Thei/ he thy servant Jacob's


it is a present sent unto my
lord Esau
and behold also he is behind us.
19 And so commanded he the second, and
the third, and all that followed the droves,
saying. On this manner shall ye speak unto
Esau, when ye find him.
20 And say ye moreover. Behold, thy servant Jacob is behind us. For he said, I will
'appease him with the present that goeth before me, and alteru ard I w ill see his face
peradventure he will accept f of me.
21 So went the present over before him;
:

n ch. 21.27.

o Joli 8,

fcountry of Edom.
4 And
he
commanded them, saying.
Thus shall ve speak
unto my lord Esau
Thy servant Jacob
saith thus, I have sojourned with Laban,
and stayed there un-

38

am

ih ch.

now

tude.

goats,

f ch. 30, 43.

^^^^ND Jacob went on his way, and


"the angels of God met him.
Wl V- 'J'^ 2 And when Jacob saw them,

til

and four hun-

thee,

forty kine

CHAPTER XXXIL

Esau

meet

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 bands.
1
^Deliver me, I pray thee, from the hand
of my brother, from the hand of Esau for I
fear him, lest he will come and smite me, and
''the mother fwith the children.
12 And '^thou saidst, I will surely do thee
good, and make thy seed as the sand of the
sea, which cannot be numbered for multi-

10 fl

14

M.l.

( Prov.

Jacob's vision at Mahanaim. 3 His message to Esau. 6 He is


9 He prayeth for deliverance.
13 He
afraiii of Esau's coming.
sendeth a present to Esau. 24 He wrestieth with an angel at Pe31 He hakelh.
niel, where he is called Israel.

to

greatly afraid, and 'disand he divided the people that was


with him, and the flocks, and herds, and the
camels into two bands
8 And said. If Esau come to the one company, and smite it, then the other company
which is left shall escape.
9 H ''And Jacob said, 'O God of my father
Abraham, and God of my father Isaac, the
Lord '''which saidst unto me, Return unto
thy country, and to thy kindred, and I will

tressed

present for
t

cometh

men with him.


Then Jacob was

h Josh. 5, 14.
Ps.
103, 21,4: 148,2.

54 Then Jacob ||oli('ered sacrifice upon the


mount, and called his brethren to eat bread
and they did eat bread, and tarried all night
in the mount.
55 And early in the morning Laban rose
up, and kissed his sons and his daughters,
and ^blessed them and Laban departed, and
returned unto his place.

'

find

1-

of his father Isaac.

^^

also ''he

deal well with thee

killeil beasts.

may

I Judg.

lord, that "I

dred

the heap

is,

my

We

the heap

is,

to tell

grace in thy sight.


6 H And the messengers returned to Jacob,
saying.
came to thy brother Esau, and

JACOBS MESSAGE TO ESAU.

p Ps

(|

7.

.V.I,

->.

I,

IIos. 10, 11,

Hell

ch 28,

tip'in.

13,

14, 15.

Is ch,43, II,

Prov.

18,

'

-I

Ifi.

Prov 21,
Ilelj
.loll

mf
42. 8.

14.

rare.
il

CHAT TE 116 XX XI 11, XXXI V.

MEETINU OF

and himself lodged that night

t Ileb. caused to

servant.

And he

and took his


two wives, and his two women-servants, and
his eleven sons, "and passed over the ford
Jahbok.
23 And he took them, and fsent them over
the brook, and sent over that he had.
24 H And Jacob was left alone; and there
'wrestied a man with him, nntil the fbreakrose up that night,

pass.
(i

X Ilos.

la,

llch. ascendtng of
the morning.

selves.

Luke

z See

IIus. 12, 4.

cha|i.

of his

and *the hollow of Jacob's thigh was


out of joint, as he wrestled with him.
26 And "he said. Let me go, for the day
breaketh: and he said, "1 will not let thee go,
except thou bless me.
27 And he said unto him. What w thy
name? And he said, Jacob.
28 And he said, ''Thy name shall be called
no more Jacob, but Israel: for as a prince
liast thou 'power with God, and ''with men,
and hast prevailed.
29 And Jacob asked hi/n, and said, Tell
and he said,
ync, 1 pray thee, thy name
"Wherefore us it thaf thou dost ask after my
And he blessed him there.
name
30 And Jacob called the name of the place
have seen God face to face,
||Peniel: for
and mv life is preserved.
31 And as he passed over Penuel. the sun
rose upon him, and he halted upon his thigh.
32 Therefore the children of Israel eat not
of the sinew which shrank, which Ls upon
the hollow of the thigh, unto this dav
because he touched the hollow of Jacob's thigh
in the sinew that shrank.

a piince

V.

Ilos. 12, 3, 4.
nil.

27,

Thill

er;

the face

IS,

of God.
r

'

rh. 16, 13. ExoJ.


24, 11,
33,20.

Di.-iit.5,24. .Iiida.

&

22.

S.
j

13, 23.

Isai. 6, 5.

n rh. 32,
Il

||

(i.

i42,

<h. IS, 2,

43,

C,

2(i.

brought to thee because God hath dealt graciously with me, and because 1 have f enough:
and he urged him, and he took it.
12 And he said. Let us take our journey,
and let us go, and 1 w ill go before thee.
13 And he said unto him, ]\1) lord knoweth that the children are tender, and the
flocks and herds with young are with me,
and if men .should over-drive them one day,

'

ch. 32. 28.

d ch. 45,

II, 15.

t Ileb. to thee.
e ch. 48,
127, 3.

Ps.

U.

Isai.

8,

lb.

"^1

Heb What
band

this
f

13,

2K, 32.
10
i

is

14, 24,

15.

1,

Sam.
3(1,

XXXIII.

25, 27, <S!


2.
2 Kings

15.

5,
1

Ileb. all things.


Phil. 4, l..

my

lord, I

fore his servant

M:itt. 18,

Jude.

the flock will die.

14 Let

to
thine.

ch 4^,3. 2 Sam.
3,

all

.12, 5.

Hob. be that
thee that

li

11 all

thee?

to

rh. 32, 16.

e ch.

CHAPTER

And Esau

said, I have enough, my brothfkeep that thou hast unto thyself.


lU And Jacob said. Nay, 1 pray thee, if now
I have found grace in thy sight, then receive
my present at my hand for therefore 1 ''have
seen thy face, as though I had seen the face
of God, and thou wast pleased with me.
11 Take, 1 pray thee, 'my blessing that is

33.

e Jnilg. 13, 16.


II

lord.

31,*

25,

And

this

(!ml.

il

thigh:

came

he said, t^^ hat mtMucsl thou by ''all


drove w Inch 1 met
And he said,
These are Ho lind grace in the sight of my

lU.

17, 34.

IS,

also with her children

themselves.

35,

Th.it

of

And Leah

and liow ed themselves and after came


Joseph near and Rachel, and they bowed

24, 2S.

li

against him, he touched the hollow

near,

that he pre\ ailed not

Tiien the handnuiidcns came near, they


their children, ami they bowed them-

and

Knips

And when he saw

4.

3,

Epli. 6, 12.

y See M:m 2fi, 41.


2 Cor. 12. 7.

ing of the da\

25

those fwith thee


And he said. The children Hvhich God hath graciously given tliy
'!

pany.

22

u Deut. 3, 16.

com-

in the

JACOU AND ESAU.

prav thee, pass over be-

and

w ill

lead on softly,

according fas the cattle that goetli before me


and the children be alile to endure; until I
come unto my lord 'unto Seir.
15 And Esau said. Let me now f leave w ith
thee some of the folk that are with me
And
he said, fWhat needeth it
"'Let me find
grace in the sight of my lord.
16 H So Esau returned that day on his way
unto Seir.
17 And Jacob journeyed to "Succoth, and
built him a house, and made booths for his
:

'

The kindness

of Jacob and Esau at their meeting.


17 Jacub cuiiieth
to Siiccoth.
18 At Shaleni he buyeth a field, and buildeth an altar
called El-Elohe-Jsrael.

AND

of the children.

he came near to his brother.


4 'And Esau ran to meet him, and embraced him, ''and fell on his neck, and kissed
him and they wept.
5 And he lifted up his eyes, and saw the
wo.nen and the children, and said. Who d/e
:

cattle
Wherefore

this?

&

Ruth

n Joshua
JudE.

13,

27.

Ps.

5.

8.

booths.

IS,

n John 3. 23.
II

Acts
Sychem.

Called,
16,

p Josbiiji

24,

Judg.

1.

9,

q Joshua 24,

John
II

II

I.

cir.

Cud

Israel.

to

"Shalem, a city

7.

r ch. 35, 7.
is.

And Jacob came

pitched his tent before the citv.


19 And ''he bought a parcel of a field, where
he had spread his tent, at the hand of the
children of ||Hamor, Shechem's father, for
pieces of money.
a hundred
20 And he erected there an altar, and 'called it IJEl-Elohe-Isracl.

CHAPTER XXXIV.

Or. lambs.

God of

is

which is in the land of Canaan, when he came from Padan-aram and

Kmmor.

That

of the place

of ||t'Shecheni,

II

name

Succoth.

||

.12.

Acts

C:illp.l.

16,

7,

4, 5.

18 H

47,

2, 13.

60, 6.

That

therefore the

called
II

ch. 34,11,
25.

II

ul,

set.

Heb.
IS

And he

until

Heb.
place.

2 And he put the 1 landmaids and their


chiidren foremost, and L -ah and her children

and Rachel and Joseph hindermost.


passed over before them, and
''bo.ved himself to the ground seven times,

to

maids.

Heb. according

the fool of the'


work, 4-c and according to the foot

Jacob hfted
1
up 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 hand-

after,

2 KiuEs5, 23.

the

Dinali is ravished by Shechfni


4 He sueth to marry her.
\.\ The
sons of Jacob ofler the condil ion of cirrumcision to the Sherhemiles.
20 Hamor and Shec-liem persuade them to accept it. 25 The sons
of Jamb upon that advantape slav them, 27 and spoil their city. .30
Jacob reproveth Simeon and Levi.

1732.

AND 'Dinah the daughter of Leah,


39

which

GENESIS.

THE SHECHEMITES CIRCUMCISED

she bare unto Jacob, Vent out to see the


daugbters of the land.
2 And when Shechem the son of Hanior the
Hivite, prince of the country, "saw her, he
''took her, and lay with her, and fdefiled

b Tit.

2, 5.

c ch.

6,

18 And their words pleased Hamor, and


Shechem, Hamor's son.
19 And the young man deferred not to do
the thing, because he had delight in Jacob's
daughter: and lie icas ''more honourable than

Judg

2.

14. 1.

the house of his father.


20 H And Hamor and Shechem his son
came unto the gate of their city, and comall

her.

unto Dinah the daughter of Jacob, and he loved the damsel, and
spake fkindly unto the damsel.
4 And Shechem "spake unto his father Hamor, saying, Get me this damsel to wife.
5 And Jacob heard that he had defiled Dinah his daughter (now bis sons were with
3

And

his soul clave

Heb. humbled heiDeut. 22, 2IJ.

muned with

t Ileb. to the heart


of the damsel.
See Isaiah 40, 2.

them

e Judg. 14, 2.

Sam. 10, 27.


Sam. 13, 20.

g ch.49,
13,21.

7,

Judg. 20,

15.

6.

Deut. 23,

Sam.

17.

13, 12.

if

pray you give her him


k ch. 13. 9,

to wife.

A-

20,

15.

9 And make ye marriages with us, and give


your daughters unto us, and take our daughters unto you.
10 And ye shall dwell with us: and ''the
land shall be before you dwell and 'trade ye
therein, and '"get you possessions therein.
11 And Shechem said unto iier father, and
unto lier l)rethren. Let me find grace in your
eyes, and what ye shall say unto me, I will

ch. 42, 34.

n Exod. 22, 16, 17.

Deut. 22, 29.

Sam. 18,25.

o See
24,

2 Sam.

13,

<fec.

filed their sister.

give.

never so much "dowry and gift,


according as ye shall say ungive
me the damsel to w ife.
but
to me
of Jacob answered Shesons
the
13 And

12 Ask

and

us take their daughters to us for


let us give them our daughters.

every male among us be circumcised, as they


are circumcised.
23 S/ia/i not their cattle, and their substance, and every beast of theirs be ours ?
only let us consent unto them, and they will
dwell with us.
24 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.
25 H And it came to pass on the third day,
when they were sore, that two of the sons
of Jacob, 'Simeon and Levi, Dinah's brethren,
took each man his sword, and came upon the
city boldly, and slew all the males.
26 And they slew Hamor and Shechem his
.son with the fcdge of the sword, and took Dinah out of Shechem's house, and went out.
27 The sons of Jacob came upon the slain,
and spoiled the city because they had de-

Sam.

7.

h .loshua

And Hamor conununed with them, sayThe soul of mv son Shechem longeth
I

let

22 Only herein will the men consent unto

ing,

of their city, saying,

us for to dwell with us, to be one people,

be done.

your daughter

wives, and

his cattle in the field:

for

men

IIos. 2. 14.

and Jacob ''held his


peace until they were come).
6 H And Hanior the father of Shechem went
out unto Jacob to commune with him.
7 And the sons of Jacob came out of the
field when they heard if: and the men were
grieved, and they ^were very w-roth, because
he ''had wrought folly in Israel, in lying with
Jacob's daughter; 'which thing ought not to

the

21 These men are peacealde with us, therefore let them dwell in the land, and trade therein for the land, behold, // is large enough for

AND PUT TO THE SWORD.

28 They took their sheep, and their oxen,


and their asses, and that which teas in the
city, and that which u-as in the field.
29 And all their wealth and all their little
ones, and their wives took they captive, and
spoiled even all that uris in the house.
30 And Jacob said to Simeon and Levi,
'Ye have ''trou!)led me "to make me to stink

me

p Josh. 5,

I will give

9.

chem and Hamor

his father "deceitfully,

and
(|

said.

Because

2 Chron.

4, 9.

he had defiled Dinah their

sister

We

cannot
14 And they said unto them,
that
give
our
sister
to
one
do this thing, to
Pthat
for
icere
a
reproach
is uncircumcised
unto us
15 But in this will we consent unto you
If ye will be as we be, that every male of you
be circumcised
16 Then will we
give our
daughters
unto you, and we will
take your daughters

the inhabitants of the land, among the


Canaanites, and the Perizzites ''and I being

among

s ch. 49, 5, 6,

'

few in number, they shall gather themselves


together against me, and slay me, and I shall
be destroyed, I and my house.
31 And they said, Should he deal with our
sister as with a harlot ?

t Ilcl). viouth.

to

us,

and we

will

dwell with you, and

we

will

become one

people.

17 But if ye will not


hearken unto us, to
be circumcised; then will we take our daughter, and we will be gone.
40

u Josh. 7, 25.

CHAPTER XXXV.
Exod.

Sam.

Deut,

5.

21

13, 4

4,

105, 12.

27

Ps.

Jacob to Bpth-el. 2 He purgeth his house of idols. 6


He bmldelh an altar at Beth-el. 8 Deborah dielh at AUon-bachuth.
9 God bles'^eth .lacoh at Beth-el. Ifi Rachel travaileth of Benjamin,
and dieth in the vvav to Edar. 22 Reuben lieth with Bilhah. 23
The sons of Jacob 27 Jacob cometh to Isaac at Hebron. 28 The
age, death, and burial of Isaac.

Goil spiidelh

ND God said unto Jacob, Arise,


go up to Beth-el, and dwell
there and make there an altar
^^ unto God, ""that appeared unto
y^v'^^thee "^when thou fleddest from
:

the face of

Esau thv

brother.

JACOB BUILDS AN ALTAU AT BETll-EL.

CHAPTER

2 TliPii Jacob said unto his ''household,


and to all that were with him, Tut away "'the
strange gods that are among you, and ''be

D.C.

h ch.

Judg.

, 6.

15.

Deilter

And

he

34, 24.

Vj

It,

Jiish. 2. U,

i,

Sam.

14, 15.

Chiou.

14. 14.

-J

ra ch. 28,

19.22.

Ecctcs. 5.

""Luz,
is

which

That

4,

Tlic
of Bith-cl.

II

is

Beth-el), he

in

IS,

God

and

were with him.

p ch. 24, 59.

"built there

Th.it

II

the oak oj

is,

llos. 12, 4.

1]

ch. 17,5.

face of his brother.

s ch. 32, 28.

8 But ''Deborah, Rebekah's nurse, died, and


she was buried beneath Beth-cl, under an
oak: and the name of it was called ||Allonbachuth.
9 TI And 'God appeared unto Jacob again
when he came out of Padan-aram; and blessed him.

ch. 17,

i-4S.

1,

Eiod.

4.

3,

6, 3.

u ch. 17,5,6,16,*
28, 3, <t 48, 4.

ch. 12, 7, <k 13,

15, i- 26, 3, 4.
Sb, 13.

journed.

X ch. 17,22.

y ch. 2S,

10 And God said unto him, Thy name is


Jacob
"'thy name shall not be called any
more Jacob, 'but Israel shall be thy name
and he called his name Israel.

28
and
29
and
and
cob

18.

L ch. 28, 19.


t Ileb. a httlc piece

of ground.

Kings

5, 19.

a ch.30,24.

Sam.

4, 29.

11 And God said unto him, 'I a?)i God Almighty be fruitful and multijdy "a nation
and a company of nations shall be of thee,
and kings shall come out of thy loins.
12 And the land "which I gave Abraham
and Isaac, to thee I will give it, and to thy

13

"the

||El-beth-el

That

my

And Isaac gave up the ghost and died,


''was gathered unto his people, bei7ig old
full of days
buried him.

and

'his

lonof

the

is.

sorrow.

/^OW
if

Rulh

where he talked with him.


14 And Jacob ^set up a pillar in the place
where he talked with him, ei-e?i a pillar of
stone and he poared a drink-offering thereon, and he poured oil thereon.
15 And Jacob called the name of the place
where God spake with him, ''Beth-el.
16 ^ And they journeyed from Beth-el
and there was but fa little way to come to
Ephrath and Rachel travailed, and she had

2,

I,

<t

Micah

II.

Matt.

Sam. 10, 2.
Sam. 18, IK.

Micah

4, 8.

rch.49,4. IChron.
See 2 Sam.
5, I.
16, 22,
1

Cor.

S ch. 46,

<t

20, 3.

5. 1.

Erod.

8.

1. 2.

h ch. 13, 18,

these are the generations


of Esau, "who is Edom.

2 ''Esau took his w ives of the


daughters of Canaan
Adah
the daughter of Elon
the
Hittite, and ''Aholibamah the
daughter of Anah the daughter of Ziiieon the
Hivite
3 And ''Bashemath, Ishmael's daughter, sister of Nebajotli.

4,

5, 2.

2, 6.

4 And ""Adah bare to


Esau, Eliphaz
and
Bashemath bare Reu-

23,

2, 19.
i

.lnsh.I4,'5,

15,

13

el:

k ch,

hard labour.
17 And it came to
pass when she was in
hard labour, that the
midwife said unto her.

Fear not; "thou sbalt


have this son also.
18

And

1.5,

15,

&

:',.

5 And Aholiliamali
bare Jeush, ami Jaa1am, and Korah these
are the sons of Esau,

8.
,

So. ch
49, 31.

25, 9,

i
I

cir. 1796,

;'

a ch. 25, 30
h ch. 26, 31,
c ver,

which were born unto him in the land of

Ij

2.i

cir.

17l'jl),

Canaan.

d ch. 28, 9

came to
her soul was

t;hron,
cir.

I,

1710.

]h'\,

fn;ls

'J

And Esau

took his wives, and his sons,


and all the fpersons of his
house, and his cattle, and all his beasts, and
6

it

pass as
iu departing (for she

XXXVI.

6 His removing to mount Seir. Q His sons.


15 The dukes which descended of his sons. 20 The sons and dukes
of Seir. 24 Anah Hnileth mules. 31 The kings of Edoni.
40 Tlie
dukes that descended of Esau.

IS, the son of


Ike right himd.

him, in the place

sons Esau and Ja-

Esau's three wives.

That

give the land.

And God "went up from

And the days of Isaac were a hundred


fourscore years.

CHAPTER

seed after thee will

Israel journeyed,

beyond

A-

16,

23, 27,

an altar, and called


because "there God
appeared unto him, when he fled from the
7

2. 13.

ExoJ.

And

and spread his


tower of Edar.
22 And it came to pass, when Israel dwelt
in that land, that Reuben went and '^lay with
Billiah his father's concubine
and Israel
heard if.
Now the sons of .facob were
twelve
23 The sons of Leah sHeuben, Jacob's
first-born, and Simeon, and Levi, and Judah,
and Issachar, and Zebulun
24 The sons of Rachel Joseph, and Benjamin
25 And the sons of Bilhah, Rachel's handmaid Dan, and Naphtali
26 And the sons of Zilpah, Leah's handmaid Gad, and Asher.
These are the sons
of Jacob, which were born to him in Padan-aram.
27 II And Jacob came unto Isaac his father
unto ''Manire, unto the 'city of Arbah (which
is Hebron), where Abraham and Isaac so-

k Josh. 24, 26.

II

H So Jacob came to
land of Canaan (that

the place

||Ben-oni: but

day.

21 H

31,

tent

Uus.

&

20,

2!),

JS

3,

the sons of Jacob.

lliat

Ps.

107, 6,

the people

19, 10.

g ch. 32,7,54.

all

name

||

Eiod.

which tvere in their ears and Jathem


under ''the oak which was by
hid
cob
Shechem.
and 'the terror of
5 And they journeyed
God was upon the cities that tcere round
about them, and they did not pursue after

the

him

ISAAC.

Benjamin.
19 And ''liachel died, and was buried in
the way to "^Ephrath, which is Beth-lehem.
20 And Jacob set a pillar upon her grave
that is the pillar of Rachel's grave ''unto this
his father called

Josh.

li,

2i.

DEATH OF RACHEL AND

1.

died), that she called his

cir. 1732.

c chap. 31, 19, 31.


Josh. 21, 2, 23. 1
Sam. 7, 3

XXX V

d ch. 11,19.

clean and change your garments


3 And let us arise, anil go up to Beth-el
and I will make there an altar unto God.swho
answered me in the day ot my distress, ''and
was with me in the way which I went.
4 And they gave unto Jacob all the strange
rods which icere in their hand, and all their
'ear-rings

and

his daughters,

!1

GENESIS.

GENERATrONS OF ESAU

which he had got in the


went into the country
and
land of Canaan;
brother
Jacob.
his
of
from the face
were
more than that
riches
7 'For their
together
and Hhe land
dwell
might
they
strangers
could
not bear
were
they
wherein

B.C.

his substance

all

cir. 1740.

fch. 13,6,

'

ch. 17,8,

ij

is

11.

i 28, 4.

Dcut.
h ch. 32, 3.
2,5. Josh. 24,4.

mount Seir:
names of Esau's sons;
''Ehphaz the son of Adah the wife of Esau;
Reuel the son of Bashemath the wife of Esau.
11 And the sons of Eliphaz were, Teman,
Omar, ||Zepho, and Gatam, and Kenaz.
12 xind Timna was concubine to Eliphaz,
Esau's son and she bare to Eliphaz, 'Ama-

1 Chron.
&c.

35,

1 ,

are the

Zsphi.

Or,

Chron.

Exod.

36.

17,

8,

Numb.
Sam.

1,

14.

24, 20.

15, 2, 3, <S:c.

these are the sous of Reuel;

Na,

hath, and Zerah, Shammah, and Mizzah


these were the sons of Bashemath, Esau's
wife.

m
n

Chron.

14 H And these were the sons of AhoUbamah, the daughter of Anah, the daughter of
Zibeon, Esau's wife and she bare to Esau,
Jeush, and Jaalam, and Korah.
15 H These were dukes of the sons of Esau:

Dent.

ch. 14, 6.

Or, Momam,
Chron. 1,39.

land of

Or, Ahtm,
Chron. 1, 40.

Or,

.SAfp.i,!,

Chron.

40.

1,

o See Lev. 19, 19.

Amram,

Or,

Chron.

41.

1,

Jakan. 1
Chron. 1, 42.
Or,

Chron.

43.

I,

Chron.

Hadad

is

50.

1,

Al-

Pax.

ter his death

was

an Aristocracy.
Exod. 15, 15.

Ho-

Chron.

51.

I,

by their names; duke Timnali, duke IJAlvah, duke Jetheth,


41 Duke Aholibamah, duke Elah, duke Pinon,

42 Duke Kenaz, duke Teman, duke Mibzar,


43 Duke jMagdiel, duke Irani these he the
dukes of Edom according to their habitahe is
tions, in the land of their possession
Esau, the father of fthe Edomites.

i Ilel).

Edam.

Heb. of his fatfitj^s

sojourn-

in"!.

a ch. 17,

8,

4, <t 28, 4,
7.

&
&

XXXVII.

2 Joseph is hated of his brethren. 5 His two dreams. 13 Jacob sendeth him to visit his hrelhren. 18 His brethren conspire his death.
21 Reuben saveth him. 26 They sell him to the Ishmaelites. 31
His father, deceived by the bloody coat, moiinieth for him. 36 He
IS sold to Potiphar in Kgyp^-

of Achbor reigned in his stead.


39 And Baal-hanan the son of Achbor died,
and ^Hadar reigned in his stead and the
name of his city ims Pau and his wife's
name loas Mehetabel, the daughter of Hatred, the daughter of Mezahab.
40 And these are the names of 'the dukes
that came of Esau, according to their families,

CHAPTER

dren of Seir in the land of Edom.

22 And the children of Lotan were Hori,


and ||Heman and Lotan's sister was Timna.
23 And the children of Shobal were these;
||Alvan, and Manahath, and Ebal, yShepho,
and Onam.
24 And these are the children of Zibeon
both Ajah, and Anah this was that Anah
that found "the mules in the wilderness, as
he fed the asses of Zibeon his father.

36 And Hadad died, and Samlah of Masrekah reigned in his stead.


37 And Samlah died, and Saul of Rehoboth
by the river reigned in his stead.
38 And Saul died, and Baal-hanan the son

who

inhabited the land; Lotan, and


Shobal, and Zibeon, and Anah.
21 And Dishon, and Ezer, and Dishan
these are the dukes of the Horites, the chilrite,

was Avith.

after their places,

"the

his city

19 These are the sons of Esau (who

of

wife.

reigned in his stead.

II

Eliphaz, in the land of Edom these were


the sons of Adah.
17 II And these are the sons of Reuel, Esau's
son duke Nahath, duke Zerah, duke Shammah, duke Mizzah: these are the dukes that
came of Reuel, in the land of Edom these
are the sons of Bashemath, Esau's wife.
18 ^ And these are the sons of Aholibamah,
Esau's wife duke Jeush, duke Jaalam, duke
Korah these were the dukes fkai came of
Aholibamah the daughter of Anah, Esau's

Temani

And Husham

died, and Hadad the son


Bedad (who smote Midian in the field of
Moab) reigned in his stead and the name of

35

of

Esau; duke Teman, duke Omar, duke Zepho, duke Kenaz,


16 Duke Korah, duke Gatam, and duke
Amalek these are the dukes t/iat came of

before there reigned

33 And Bi'la died, and Jobab the son of


Zerah of Bozrah reigned in his stead.
34 And Jobab died, and Husham of the

sofi

Edom,

38.

I,

2, 12, 22.

II

Edom), and these are their dukes.


20 H '"These are the sons of Seir

27 The children of Ezer are these Bilhan,


and Zaavan, and ||Akan.
28 The children of Dishan are these Uz,
and Aran.
29 These are the dukes that came of the
Horites duke Lotan, duke Shobal, duke
Zibeon, duke Anah,
30 Duke Dishon, duke Ezer, duke Dishan:
these are the dukes that came of Hori, among
their dukes in the land of Seir.
31 H And ''these are the kings that reigned

habah.
j

the sons of Eliphaz, the first-born

Cheran.

any king over the children of Israel.


32 And Bela the son of Beor reigned in
Edom: and the name of his city was Din-

wife.

And

these:

Anah.
26 And these are the children of Dishon
iJHemdan, and Eshban, and Ithran, and

in the land of

13

icere

these were the sons of Adah, Esau's

Anah

Heb. Edom.

Esau

the father of fthe Edomites, in

lek

the children of

'Esau

these are the generations of

10 These

And

SEIR.

Edom.
H And

25

MOUNT

Dishon, and Aholibamah the daughter of

them, because of their cattle.


8 Thus dwelt Esau in ''mount Seir

IN

23,
.16,

Hebr. 11,9.

ND

Jacob dwelt in the land


"wherein
his father was a stranf
i;-er, in the land of Canaan.
2 These ore the generations of
Jacob Joseph being seventeen
:

years old,

was feeding

the flock

JOSEPH

CHAPTER X X X V

TWO UREAMS.

with his brethren, and the lad was with the


sons of Biihah, and with the sons of Zilpah,
and Joseph brouglit unto
his father's wives

B.C. 1789.

hence

Dotlian.

S, 22, 03,

II

Joseph more than all


because he was "the son of his
and he made him a coat of many

Or, pieces. Judg.

2 Sam.

5, 30.
13, IP.

d rh,
23.

colours.

And when

,-^^

brethren
their

that

42,

ell.

fr,

43,26.

ch.

29.

A-

!),

44, 11

than

-16,

to

after his breth-

in ""Dothan.
they saw him afar ofi", even
before he came near unto them, "they conspired against him to slay him.
19 And they said one to another, Behold,
this f dreamer cometh.

20 "Come now therefore, and let us slay


him, and cast him into some pit and we
will say. Some evil beast hath devoured him;
;

loved

father

more

him

his

saw

heard them say. Let us go

And Joseph went

And when

18

Israel loved

for I

sold to the ishmaelites.

and found them

ren,

his children,

old age

is

SI.

his father ''their evil report.

Now

he

1.

Sam.

and we

all

what

shall see

will

become of

his

brethren,

they
''liated him, and could
not speak peaceably
unto him.
5 H And
Joseph
"'"
dreamed a dream,
and he told it his brethren and they hated
him yet the more.
6 And he said unto them, Hear, I pray you,
his

g ch. 2T.

211

Acts

li

7, 9.

Dan.
2,

7, 28
51.

I.uke

111,

t lleb. see the peuce

o/

'

brrtliTrn,

Ifii/

ch. 29.

i,c.

(..

dream which 1 have dreamed


7 For ""behold, we were binding sheaves in
the field, and lo, my sheaf arose, and also
stood upright
and behold, your sheaves
stood round about, and made obeisance to

"k

ch. 35,27.

2 Kings C, 13.

him yet the more

for his

dreams and

Sam.

19,1.

Ps.

&

31, 13,
37, 12,
32, <S 94, 21.
Matt. 27, 1. Mark
14,

John
Acts 23,

II,

viaster

of

1.

53.

12.

tor his
Ileb.

dreams.

H And he dreamed yet another dream, and


it his brethren, and said. Behold, I have
dreamed a dream more and behold, "^the sun
and the moon and the eleven stars made
9

lo Prov.

told

&

11,

1,

17,

fi,

If),

27, 4.

p ch. 42, 22.

obeisance to me.

II

and to his
brethren
and his father rebuked him, and
said unto him. What is this dream that thou
hast dreamed ?
Shall I and thy mother and
told

it

to his father,

come

selves to thee to the earth

And

to

bow down

j<l

father's flock in

Proverbs 30, 20.

Amos

See

6, 6.

!
I

ch.

Sfi.

8,22.

4,

20.

Tcr.

in.

.I.,h

16,

{>.

Sam.

18, 17.

13 And Israel said unto Joseph, Do not thy


brethren feed thejloch in Shechem
Come,
and I will send thee unto them. And he
said to him. Here om I.

y ch. 29,

14.

14 And he said to him. Go, 1 pray thee, fsee


whether it be well with thy brethren, and
well with the flocks
and bring me word
again.
So he sent him out of the vale of
''Hebron, and he came to Shechem.
15 T[ And a certain man found him, and
behold, he was wandering in the iield
and
the man asked him, saying. What seekest
thou ?
16 And he said, I seek my brethren: 'tell
me, I pray thee, where they feed their flocks.
17 And the man said. They are de])art(Hl

to

Egypt.

And Judah said unto his brethren. What


we slay our brother, and 'con1

27 Come, and let us sell him to the Ishmaelites, and "let not our hand be upon him;
for he is "our brother, and -our flesh and his
brethren f were content.
28 Then there passed by ^Midianites, merchant-men; and they drew and lifted up Joseph out of the pit, "and sold Joseph to the
Ishmaelites for ''twenty j)ieces of silver and
they brought Joseph into Egypt.
29 TT And Reuben returned unto the pit
and behold, Joseph was not in the pit and
:

he

came from

lix ch. 42, 21.

Shechem.

"^Ishmaelites

ver. 28,

jj

s Jcr.

company of

Gilead, with their camels bearing spicery,


and 'balm, and myrrh, going to carry it down

ceal his blood

Or, pieces.

our-

brethren envied him but his


father 'observed the saying.
12 H And his brethren went to feed their
''his

profit is it if

ii

^thy brethren indeed

it.

25 "lAnd they sat down to eat bread and


they lifted up their eyes and looked, and be-

26

And he

ter in

hold, a
t

words.

11

ours that %ms on him.


24 And they took him, and cast him into a
pit and the pit loas empty, there ivas no wa:

his brethren said to him, Shalt thou

indeed reign over us ? or shalt thou indeed


have dominion over us ? And they hated

10

||

sheaf

And

said unto them. Shed no


him into this pit that is in the
wildernes.s, and lay no hand upon him that
he might rid him out of their hands, to deliver him to his father again.
23 H And it came to pass when Joseph was

come unto his brethren, that they strip])ed Joseph out of his coat, his coat of many col-

C-int. 1, 7.

my

And Reuben

22

blood, hut cast

this

dreams.
21 And pReuben heard if, and he delivered
hhn out of their hands and said. Let us not
kill him.

'^rent

his clothes.

llelj. Jieni kentii.

And he returned unto his brethren, and


The child
not and I. whither shall
Igo!
31 And they took ''Joseph's coat, and killed
30

z Jiidff.
45, 4

(1,

ch.

3.

5.

Acts

a Ps. 106. 17.


7, 9.

said,

''/.v

a kid of the goats,

See Mint. 27,

c .Ml

1.

9.

20

blood

and dipped the coat

in the

32 And they sent the coat of many colours,


and they brought it to their father and said.
This have we found know now whether it
;

d chap

42. 13,
Jet. 31, 15.

."Ii.

he thy son's coat or no.


I

ver. 20.
29.

C ver. 29.
3. 31

ch.

44,

Sam.

And

he knew it, and said, // is my son's


an ''evil beast hath devoured him Joseph is without doubt rent in pieces.
34 And Jacob -rent his clothes, and put
43

33

coat

GENESIS.

THE TRESPASS OF ONAN.


sackcloth upon his loins, and mourned for his

many days.
And all his

son
35

h 2 Sara. IS,

sons and all his daughters


up to comfort him but he refused to be
comforted and he said, For '1 will go down
into the grave unto my son mourning. Thus

''rose

wept

44,

k ch.

his father

saw 'that Shelah was grown, and she was not


given unto him to wife.
15 When Judah saw her, he thought her
to be a harlot
because she had covered her

IT.

ch. 42, 3S,


2a, 31.

i
i;

]!

for him.

face.

1.

311,

ji

also c'lamberlatnSf
couriterny and of-

'

Ealh.

ficer^.

"lO.

'1+ Hell, chief

of the

slaughter -men,
or, executioners.

XXXVIIl.

liegetteth Er, Onan, and Sheiali.


6 Er marneth Taniar. 8
13 .She detrespass of Onan.
11 Tamar stayelh for Shelah.
ceiveth Judah. 27 She heareth twins. Pharez and Zarah.

Judah

The

\D
that

II

Or,

he turned unto her by the way,


to, I pray thee, let me come in
unto thee; (for he knew not that she was his
daughter-in-law) and she said. What wilt
thou give me, that thou mayest come in unto

and

said.

Go

1,

t||captain of the guard.

And

16

Heb. eunuch
But the word
doth siL;nify nut
unly eunuc/ts, but)

;'

36 And'' the Midianitcs sold him into Egypt


unto Potiphar, an fofhcer of Pharaoh's, and

CHAPTER

TAMAR DECEIVETH JUDAH.

chief mar-

me

17 And he said, "I will send thee fa kid


from the flock and she said, "Wilt thou give
/ne a pledge, till thou send it ?
18 And he said. What pledge shall I give
:

shal.
I

!'

iiii

came to pass at that time,


Judah went down from his

(.'hap.

19,

Kmirs

4, y.

3,

-2
I

it

i'

111)

31,

I'll.

-'

thee

And

she said,

"Thy

and thy
hand

signet,

orethren, and

in

''turned

to

a
I

certain Adullamitc,
irds

Chroa.

bracelets,

2, 3.

whose name

Hirah.

And Judah

t;

there

''saw

;|il

cli.46, 12.

"

bers 0

Nuiii-

I'J.

cir. 1727.

h e

rh.4l), 12

bers

2l>,

Niiiii-

19.

'fch.40,

Num-

12.

bers 26, 20.

'

the sight of the

Loud;

'and the

''thy

Chrmi.

2, 3.

k Deut. 25, 5.
Malt. 22, 24.

"t

Deut. 25,

lleb. was evil tn


Ihe eyes oj tiie

Lord

Onan, Go in unto
and marry her, and raise

saying.

chap 46.

12.

Numh.iiti,

I'J.

1.

13,

|o Lev. 22,

l:^.

And Onan knew


:

and

it

came

harlot

And

when he

w(>nt

i\\\A the

the LoiiD

lis

Then

thing which he did fdispleased

wherefore he slew '"him

Josh. 15,

lU,

Judg. M.

1.

Prov. T. 12.

llel)

thf door oJ

''jcs,

ur,

J "M

'

Kiiii-

of

Lest peradventure he die also as his


brethren did)
and Tamar went and dwelt
"in her father's house.
12 \ And fin process of time, the daughter
of Shuah Judah's wife died
and Judah
''was comforted, and went up unto his sheepshearers to Timnath, he and his friend Hirah
the Adullamite.
13 And it was told Tamar, saying. Behold,
ihy father-in-law goeth up ''to Timnath, to
shear his sheep.
14 And she put her widow's garments off
from her, and covered her with a vail, and
;

44

said. Let her take it to her,


fbe shamed iiehold, I sent this kid,
and thou hast not found her.
24 li And it came to pass about three
months after, that it was told Judah, saying,
Tamar thv daughter-in-law hath 'jilayed the
harlot
and also, behold, she is with child
by whoredom. And Judah said. Bring her
forth, "and let her be burnt.
25 When she tms broii^ht forth, she sent

vrrst'b

I.

26.

we

||u
+

!|

Ezek.

la, 33.

Heb. a kid of the


^oais.

\\

'

ver.

21'.

By

to

,|

X ver. 2j.
V ver.

her father-in-law, saying,

whose these

II.

are,

said, ''Discern, I
i!

Or,

tJi

Heb. become a
contempt.

ij

/ .IndR. la, 2.

a Lev i\.9.

Ill-Ill.

22,21
,

li

IT

Sam. 21,

17

ver. 14.
.I..ii

31.

man

and she

pray thee, whose are these,

twins were in her womli.


when she travailed,
and the midthat the one put out Iiis hand
wife took and liound upon his hand a scarlet
thread, sa\ing. This came ont first.

28

J ch. 37, 33.


1

the
:

and bracelets, and staff.


And
''acknowledged them, and
Judah
26
more righteous than I
'She
hath
been
said,
because that 'I gave her not to Shelah my
son and he kntnv her again "no more.
27 H And it came to pass in the time of her
travail, that behold,

c ver. 18.

with child

ch. 37, 32.

I'
'

signet,

''the
;i

am

Knajiiii.

wrapped herself and 'sat in fan open place,


which is by the wav to Timnath for she

said

said,

they said. There was no harlot in this

23 And Judah

57.

also.

Judah to Tamar his daughter-in-law, "Remain a widow at thy father's


house, till Shelah my son lie grown (for he
11

the

lest

'

10

is

||openly bv the way-.side

iras

22 And he returned to Judah, and said, I


cannot find her and also the men of the
place said, that there was no harlot in this

Heb. the days

in

to his brother.

that

2?lace.
I'lj
',

unto his brother's wife, that he spilled it


on the ground, lest that he should give seed

of that place,

Where

place.

that the seed should not


to pass,

men

'

u-err juulli/ditd.

'his

the

'

Lord

said unto

brother's wife,

6.

up seed to thy brother.


9
be

lamite, to receive his


pledge from the woman's hand
but he
found her not.
21 Then he asked

jn RuLli

And Jndah

Num-

46, 12.

bers 26, 19.

slew him.
8

that is in thy

of his friend the Adulh ch.

in

staft'

and he gave it her, and came in unto her,


and she conceived by him.
19 And she arose and went away, and *laid
by her vail from her, and put on the garments of her widowhood.
20 And Judah sent
the kid by the hand

i;

daughter of a certain Canaanite, whose name


was sShuah and he took her, and went in
unto her.
3 And she conceived, and bare a son and
he called his name ""Er.
4 And she conceived again, and bare a son;
and she called his name ''Onan.
5 And she yet again conceived, and bare a
son and called his name 'Shelah and he
was at Chezib, when she bare him.
6 And Judah ^took a wife for Er his firstborn, whose name was Tamar.
7 And ''Er, Judah's first-born, was wicked

and thy

111.

32

And

it

came

to pass

JOSEPH ADVANCED BY POTIPHAU.

11

Ap

EK XXX

HK RESISTETH HIS MISTRESS.

X.

nHASTITT OF JOSEPH.

And

caine to pass as he drew back


his hand, tiiat beliold, his brother came out;
and she said, ||How hast thou broken forth?

29

B.C. 1727.

it

this

breach he upon thee

was

called ||''Pharez.

therefore his

name

a breach.

13,

And

had the

ch. 46, 12. Num.


26. 20.
1 Chn.n.

Matt.

2, 4.

1 ,

Joseph advanced
temptation-

God

IS

1.3

is

37, 36.
105, 17.

Ps.

with hlin there.

thither.

And

c vpr. 21.
Ch. 21.
22,
26, 24, 2K,

&2H,

15.

&

16, 18.

Acts

V8.

Sam.

18, 14.
7, 9.

to pass after

tlie.se

d Ps. 1,3

18.

10.

3, Si

Gen.

and she

said, 'Lie

things,

upon Jo-

with me.

wife, Behold,
is

10.

10

God ?
And it came

11

And

against

Ver. 21.

"^the

came

my master wotteth not


with me in the house, and he hath
committed all that he hath to mv hand
9 There is none greater in this house than
I
neither hath he kept back any thing from
me, but thee, because thou art his wife: ''how
then can 1 do this great wickedness, and 'sin
what

c ch.

Lord was
prosperous man

with Joseph, and he


was a
and he was in the
house of his master the Egyptian.
3 And his master saw that the Lord icas
with him, and that the Lord ''made all that
he did to prosper in his hand.
4 And Joseph ""found grace in his sight, and
he served him and he made him 'overseer
over his house, and all that he had he put
into his hand.
5 And it came to pass from the time that
he had made him overseer in his house, and
over all that he had. that "the Lord blessed
2

it

8 But he refused, and said unto his master's

ND

And

1[

seph
a ch.

7 He resisteth his mistress's


falsely accused. 20 He is cast in prison. 21

Joseph was brought down


to Egypt: and "Potiphar, an officer of Pharaoh, captain of the
guard, an Egyptian, ''bought him
of the hands of the Ishmaelites,
which had brought him down

that his masters wife cast her eyes

in Potiphar's house.

He

he left all that he had in Joseph's


and he knew not aught he had, save
the bread which he did eat: and Joseph ''was
a goodly person, and well-favoured.

hand

3.

CHAPTER XXXIX.
1

And

That

afterward came out his brother


scarlet thread upon his hand
and his name was called Zarah.

30

that

the Egyptian's house for Joseph's sake and


the blessing of the Lord was upon all that
he had in the house, and in the field.
;

Or, Wherefore
hast thou made
this breach
asatnst thee ?

24. 2

to pass, as she spake to


Joseph day by day, that he hearkened not
unto her, to lie by her, or to be with her.

g ch. 30, 27.

came to pass about this time,


went into the house to do liis
and there was none of the men of
it

that Joseph
h

Sam.

Sam.

16, 12.

business

13. 11.

the house there within.


12 And "she caught him by

k Prnv. 6, 29, 32.

saying, Lie with

ch. 20.6.
l.sv. 6.
2,
2 Sam. 12, 13.

Ps 51,

4.

h(
m

Pniv

7. 13. .t.

ia<l

left

his

us garment.

and he left his garment


and got him out

her hand, and fled,


13 Ami it came to pass,

in
1

me

garment

fled forth,

45

when

in her

she saw that


hand, and was

GENESIS.

JOSEPH INTERPRETETH THE DREAMS


14 That she called unto the men of her
house, and spake unto them, saying. See, he
hath brought ui a Hebrew unto us to mock
us
he came in unto me to lie with me, and
I cried with a floud voice
15 And it came to pass, when he heard
that I lifted up my voice and cried, that he
left his garment with me, and lied, and got
:

him
16

out.

And

she laid up his garment by her,

came home.

until his lord

17 And she "spake


unto him according
to these words, say-

The Hebrew

^2

ing.

W-

vant which thou hast


brought unto us, came
in unto me to mock

ser-

me
And

18

pass as

voice and cried, that he


me, and fled out.

his

left

came

it

to

up my
garment with
I lifted

19 And it came to pass, when his master


heard the words of his wife, which she spake
unto him, saying. After this manner did thy
servant to me that his "wrath was kindled.
20 And Joseph's master took him, and Pput
;

him

where the king's


and he a\ as there in

into the ''prison, a place

prisoners ivere

bound

the prison.

21 H But the Lord was with Joseph, and


fshewed him mercy, and 'gave him favour in
the sight of the keeper of the prison.
22 And the keeper of the prison "committed
to Joseph's hand all the prisoners that irerr
in the prison; and whatsoever they did there,
he was the doer of it.
23 The keeper of the prison looked not to
any thing that icas under his hand because
'the Lord was with him
and that which he
;

did, the

Lord made

it

to prosper.

CHAPTER
I

'

XL.

The

butler and baker of Phniaoh in prison.


4 .losepli hath charge
of them. 5 He interpreteth their dreams. 20 They come to pass
according to his interpretation. 23 The ingratitude of the butler.

^^i\;'v -^D

it

came

jg things, //;/

to pass after these


the ^butler of the king

Sof Egypt and his baker had

^ed
^^K'V

offend-

their lord the king of Egvpt.

And Pharaoh was ""wroth against

two

Of his omcers, aganist the chiet


of the butlers, and against the chief of the
bakers.
3 ''And he put them in ward in the house
of the captain of the guard, into the prison,
the place where Joseph was bound.
4 And the captain of the guard charged
Joseph with them, and he served them and
they continued a season in ward.
5 1 And they dreamed a dream both of
them, each man his dream in one nidit, each
man accordmg to the interpretation of his
;

4t)

B.C.

cir.

OF PHARAOH

BUTLER AND BAKER.

CHAPTER

PHARAOH DREAMETH

XLl.

TWO DREAMS.

MW^atlP. =5*5=^JOSEPH RAISED TO


up the head of the chief butler and of the
chief baker

21

among

And he

liis

servants.

r ver.

13.

'restored the chief butler unto

his butlersliip again

into Pharaoh's

and

iie

gave

tlie

Neh.

ver.

2,

I.

cup

hand

19.

Ps.
Eccles.
31,
.\nios
9, 15. 16.
Jol>

14.

19,
12.

6, 6.

Joseph, but "forgat him.

1715.

CHAPTER
eth Pharaoh counsel.

XLI.

Heb./al.

;i

Dan.

25 Joseph interpreteth them. 33 He giv38 Joseph is advanced. 50 He begetteth


54 The famine begmnelh.

Manasseh and Ephraim.

ND

it

of two

came
full

dreamed

to pass at the

years, that

and behold,

end

Pharaoh
lie

b Exod.

stood

Dun.

&

20, 4: 2, 2,

4. 7.

beliold, there

came up

Matt.

I-

and they fed in a meadow.


3 And behold, seven other kine came up
after them out of the river, ill-favoured and
lean-fleshed
and stood bv the other kine
upon the brink of the river.
4 And the ill-favoured and lean-fleshed kine
did eat up the seven well-favoured and fat
kine.
So Pharaoh awoke.
5 And he slept and dreamed the second
time and behold, seven ears of corn came
up upon one stalk, frank and good.
6 And behold, seven thin ears and blasted

d ch. 40, 2,

3.

e ch. 39,

2(1,

ch. 40. 5.

after

them.

baker
11 And ^ve dreamed a dream in one night,
we dreamed each man according
I and he
to the interpretation of his dream.
12 And there was there with us a young
man. a Hebrew, ^servant to the captain of
and we told him, and he '"interthe guard
preted to us our dreams to each man according to his dream he did interpret.
13 And it came to ])ass, 'as he interpreted
me he restored unto mine
to us, so it was
office, and him he hanged.
14 T[ 'Then Pharaoh sent and called Joseph, and they 'f brought him hastily '"out of
and he shaved himself, and
the dungeon
changed his raiment, and came in unto Pha;

5 ch. 37,

3tf.

h ch. 40,

12,

ic.

ch. 40, 22-

k Ps. 105,

Dan.

211.

2, 25.

with the east wind

me in ward in the captain of


the guard's house, both me, and the chief
vants, ''and put

2, I-

out of the river seven well-favoured kine and


fat-fleshed

7 And the seven thin ears devoured the


seven rank and full ears.
And Pharaoh
awoke, and behold, if nris a dream.
8 And it came to pass in the morning, "that
his spirit was troubled and he sent and called for all ''the magicians of Egypt, and all
the -wise men thereof: and Pharaoh told
them his dreams but there was none that
could interpret them unto Pharaoh.
9 H Then spake the chief l)utler unto Pharaoh, saying, I do remember my faults this
day:
10 Pharaoh was ""wroth with his ser-

II, 22.

7,

Isai. 29, 14.

river.

And

i'4,5,

2. 1,

19.

1,

by the

K.

Pharaoh's two dreams.

WE

22 But he 'hanged the chief baker, as Joseph had interpreted to them.


23 Yet did not tlie chief butler remember

Heb. made him

Tun.

Sam.

2, 8.

113. 7.8.

Ps.

raoh,

47

;:

GENESIS.

JOSEPH INTERPRETETH

15

And Pharaoh

said unto Joseph, I have

dreamed a dream, and


interpret

none

there is

n ver.

12.

Ps. 25,

14.

Dan.

5, 16.

II

Or,

when

thou canst interpret it

an-

Dan.

Pliaraoii, say-

2 Cor.

<

40, 8.
Dan.
2S, 47,

h.

&

2, 22,

4. 2.

an answer

racni

ot
q ver.

peace.

Pharaoh

said unto Joseph,

them.

Or, small.

II

"

llin.

29,

Re%-. 4,

1.

of the
;

river seven kine, fat-fleshed,

and well-favour,

ed and they fed in a meadow


19 And behold, seven other kine came up
after them, poor, and very ill-favoured, and
lean-fleshed, such as I never saw in all the
land of Egypt for badness
20 And the lean and the ill-favoured kine
did cat up the first seven fat kine
21 x4nd when they had featen them up, it
could not be known that they had eaten
them but they were still ill-favoured, as at
So I awoke.
the beginning.
22 And I saw in my dream, and beliold,
seven ears came up in one stalk, lull and

2 Kings

ver. 25.

I.

6,

1 ver. 47.

vants.

y ver. 54.

38

z ch. 47, 13.

we

Heb. heavy.

Prov. 6. 6, 7,

8.

c ver. 48.

Heb. be not

cut

off.

A cb. 47, 15, 19.

Acts

e Ps. 105, 19.

'

7, 10.

'(

Niiml.prs 57, 18.

'

Pi-..v.
I

Uaji. 4, 8.

2, 6.

18,

A-

II,

5,

14,
1

6, 3.

I'

g Ps. 105, 21, 22.


Acts 7, 10.

me.

The
,

Heb. ie

orjHerf, nr,

Esth.
2,8.

1,1

II

in

II

8, 15.

Or,

Lli. 45, 8.

Heb. Ahrech.

n ch. 42, 6,

II

II

Tender fa-

8,26

Coptic

m
or,

crets,
to

45,

7, 10.

the

siipiifies,

rei'coler

man

Acts

Which

of se-

The

whovi se-

crets are revealed.

II

Or, prince. Exod.


2 Sara. 8,
16
18, <t 20,26.

2.

the plenty shall not be known in


the land by reason of that famine following
for it shall be very fgrievous.

32

And for

that the
:

it

dream was doubled unto


is

because the "thing

45 And Pharaoh called Joseph's name


||Zaphuatli-paaneah
and he gave him to
wife Asenath the daughter of Poti-pherah
priest of On and Joseph went out over all
the land of Egypt.
46 H And Joseph was thirty years old when
he "stood before Pharaoh king of Egypt
and Joseph went out from the presence of
Pharaoh, and went throughout all the land
of Egypt.
47 And in the seven plenteous years the
earth brought forth by handfuls.
48 And he gathered up all the food of the
seven vears which were in the land of Egypt,
and laid up the food in the cities the food
of the field which teas round about every city,
laid he up in the same.
49 And Joseph gathered corn ^as the sand
of the sea, verv much, until he left numberine; for it tvas without uuuiher.
:

6, 9.

And

Pharaoh twice

\\

5, 7, 29.

Esth.

ther.

8.

Or, sUk.

Dan.

&

3, 10,

k Esth.

consume the land

:!

31

kiss.

ine ^shall

cording unto thy word shall all my people


fbe ruled only in the throne will I be greater than thou.
41 And Pharaoh said unto Joseph, See, I
have ''set thee over all the land of Egy))r.
42 And Pharaoh 'took oft' his ring from his
hand, and put it upon Joseph's hand, and ''arrayed him in vestures of ||fine linen, 'and put
a gold chain about his neck
43 And he made him to ride in the second
chariot which he had '"and they cried before him, IJfBow the knee and he made him
ruler "over all the laud of Egypt.
44 And Pharaoh said unto Joseph, I a?n
Pharaoh, and without thee shall no man lift
up his hand or foot in all the land of Egypt.
:

sheweth unto Pharaoh.


29 Behold, there come "^seven years of great
plenty throughout all the land of Egypt
30 And there shall -'arise after them seven
years of famine and all the plenty shall be
forgotten in the land of Egypt and the fam-

is

Can

whom

.lob 35, 8.

'in

I.

dream of Pharaoh is one: 'God hath shewed


Pharaoh what he is about to do.
26 The seven good kine are seven years;
and the seven good ears are seven years the
dream is one.
27 And the seven thin and ill-favoured kine
that came up after them are seven years
and the seven empty ears blasted with the
east wind shall be 'seven years of famine.
28 "This is the thing which I have spoken
unto Pharaoh \\hat God is about to do lie

man

none so discreet and wise as thou art:


40 ''Thou shalt be over my house, and ac-

Or, overseers.

II

said unto Pharaoh,

is
Or, pri pared of
God.

II

good
23 And behold, seven ears, ||withered, thin,
and blasted with the east wind, sprung up
after them
24 And the thin ears devoured the seven
good ears and 'I told this unto tiie magicians but there icas none that could declare

And Joseph

is,

39

Isai. 46, 10, 11

25 H

said unto his servants.

God is ?
And Pharaoh said unto Joseph, Forasmuch as God hath shewed thee all this, there

a Numbers 23, 19

to

And Pharaoh

find such a one as this

the spirit of

it

officers

36 And that food shall be for store to the


land against the seven vears of famine, which
shall l)e in the land of Egypt that the land
f'jierish not through the famine.
37 II And "^the thing was good in the eyes
of Pharaoh, and in the eyes of all his ser-

4. 7,

28,

2,

J5.

came up out

Dan.

r ver. 8.

of the river
behold, there

discreet and wise,

in the cities.

''In

mj dream, behold, I
stood upon the bank
And

1.

Heb. come to the


inward parts of

And

17

Pharaoh look out a


and set him over the

therefore let

this, and let him appoint


over the land, and ''take up the fifth
part of the land of Egypt in the seven plenteous vears.
35 And iet them gather all the food of those
good years that come, and lay up corn under
the hand of Pharaoh; and let them keep food
II

to pass.

34 Let Pharaoh do

:!.

5.

not in me
I'God shall give Pha-

will shortly

land of Egypt.

Acts

2, 30.

15.

3,

'

ino;, lt is

dream

hf.aresl

it.

swered

man

thou

it

Now

33

TWO DREAMS.

God

established by God, and

bring

16 And Joseph

18

PHARAOH
II

that can

"and I have heard ?ay of thee,


canst understand a dream to in-

it

that ||th()U
terpret

Sam. 16.21.

Kings 15,
Dan, I, 19.
p ch. 22,17.

6.

8.

Ju.liT.

7,12. 1 Sam 13,


Ps. 78, 27
5

CHAPTER

THE FAMINE BEGINNETH.

XL

JOSEPH SOPFLYING CORN FROM THE EGYPTIAN

50 "lAnd unto Josepli were born two sons


before

years ot laniine

tlie

came

which

Asenatli the daughter of Poti-pherah ||priest


of

On })are unto
And Joseph

5i

hiui.

||JManasseh;

l)orn

made me

forget

For

all

name

of the firstsaid
he, hath
God,

called the

my

toil,

and

all

my

fa-

ther's house.

62 lind the name of the second called he


llEphraim: For God hath caused me to be
'fruitful in the laud of my aftliction.
53 H And the seven years of plenteousness
that w as in the land of Egypt, were ended.
54 'And the seven years of dearth began to
come, 'according as Josepli had said: and the
dearth was in all lands but in all the land
;

of

Egypt there was bread.

55 And when all the land of Egypt was


famished, the people cried to Pharaoh for
bread and Pharaoh said unto all the Egyp:

tians,

Go

unto Joseph

what he

saith to you,

do.

56

And

the famine

was over

all

the face of

and Joseph opened fall the storehouses, and "sold unto the Egyptians; and

the earth

waxed sore in the land of Egypt.


57 "And all countries came into Egypt to
Joseph for to buy corn ; because that the famthe famine

ine

was

so sore in all lands.

CHAPTER XLH.
1

Jacob sendeth his ten sons to buy com in Egy\'l. 16 They are imprisoned by Joseph for spies.
18 They are set at liberty, on condition to bung Benjamin.
21 They have remorse for Joseph.
2i

B.C 1715

Joseph's brethren buy corn.

1 1.

T O R E-H o U

s E 8

::

GENESIS.

JOSEPH IMPRISONS HIS BRETHREN.

which he dreamed of them, and

said unto

them, Ye are spies to see the nakedness of


the land ye are come.
10 And they said unto him. Nay, my lord,
btit to buy food are thy servants come.
are all one man's sons we are true
11
men; thy servants are no spies.
12 And he said unto them, Nay, but to see
the nakedness of the land ye are come.
13 And they said. Thy servants are twelve
brethren, the sons of one man in the land of
Canaan and behold, the youngest is this day
with our father, and one ''is not.
14 And Joseph said unto them. That is it
that I spake unto you, saying, Ye art spies
15 Hereby ye shall be proved: 'By the life
of Pharaoh ye shall not go forth hence, except your youngest brother come hither.
16 Send one of you, and let him fetch your
brother, and ye shall be fkept in prison, that
your words may be proved, whether there be
any truth in you or else, by the life of Pha-

B.C. 1707.

h ch.
5,

Lam.

37, 30.

See ch. 44,

20.

See

&

Sniu

26,

I,

17, 55.

Heb. hound

Heb. gathered.

k Lpv. 25, 43

Neh.

5, 15

of the country.
1

ch. 43,
44, 23.

5,

&

Job 36, 8,
Hos. 5, 15.

9.

n Proverbs 21, 13.


Matt. 7, 2.

o ch. 37, 21

p ch.

he fput them

all

ward

together into

2.

9, 5.

Luke

And Joseph

said unto

day, This do, and live

them the

^for I fear

Kmgs

2 Chron.

32.

24,22.

three days.

18

Ps. 9, 12.
II, 50, 51.

t
:

Heb. an interpreter

19 If ye be true men, let one of your brethren be bound in the house of your prison
go ye, carry corn for the famine of your
houses
20 But 'bring your youngest brother unto
me so shall your words be verified, and ye
shall not die.
And they did so.
21 T[ And they said one to another, ""We
are verily guilty concerning our brother, in
that we saw the anguish of his soul, when he
besought us, and we would not hear "there-

was between

them.

come upon

Rom.

5,

44.

12, 17, 20,

21

See ch

43, 21.

Ileb, uent forth.

Heb.

loith

us hard

things.

ver. 15, 19, 20.

and

for

''thus

the

way

X See ch. 43, 21

bring him to thee again.


38 And he said, My son shall not go down
with you for ^his brother is dead, and he is
left alone: "if mischief befall him by the way
in the which ye go, then shall ye ''bring down
my gray hairs with sorrow to the grave.

z ver. 13.
33,

&

ch.
44, 28.

a ver.

4,

&

ch. 44,

29.

44,

to give

ed

''one

his

of

ch. 41,54, 57.

Heb. protesting
protested.

the famine was "sore in the

2 And it came to pass, when


they had eaten up the corn which
brought out of Egypt,
fei^^^L^''*'7 ^[""^
their lather said unto them. Go

buy us a

little

food.

And Judah spake unto him, saying. The


man fdid solemnly protest unto us, saying.
Ye shall not see my face, except your ""brother
with you.
If thou wilt send our brother with
will o down and buv thee food
be

sack

his ass prov-

ND

departed
t

27 And as
them opened

hardly persuadeil to send Benjamin. 15 Joseph entertaineth


his brethren.
31 He niaketh them a feast.

|(p

again,

asses with the

thence.

is

.37,

31.

and

Jacob

land.

b ch. 37, 35,

corn,

XLIII.

14.

26 And they laded


tlieir

emptied
man's bundle

to pass as they

CHAPTER
y ch. 43,

did he unto

them.

came

seph is not, and Simeon is not, and ye will


take Benjamin aivay : all these things are
against me.
37 And Reuben spake unto his father, saying. Slay my two sons, if I bring him not to
thee deliver him into my hand, and I will

vision

it

u ch. 34, 10.

interpreter.

24 And he turned himself about from them,


and wept and returned to them again, and
communed with them, and took from them
Simeon, and bound him before their eyes.
25 H Then Joseph commanded to fill their
sacks with corn, and to restore every man's
money into his sack, and to give them pro-

And

their sacks, that behold, "every

is ''required.

23 And they knew not that Joseph understood them; for fhe spake unto them by an

twelve brethren, sons of our

be

one is not, and the youngest is this


day with our father in the land of Canaan.
33 And the man, the lord of the country,
said unto us, 'Hereby shall I know that ye
are true 7/ien : leave one of your brethren
here with me, and take food for the famine
of your households, and be gone
34 And bring your youngest brother unto
me then shall I know that ye are no spies,
but that ye are true ?nen : so will I deliver
you your brother, and ye shall "traffick in
:

therefore behold also his i)lQod

are true

of money was in his sack and when both


they and their father saw the bundles of
money, they were afraid.
36 And Jacob their father said unto them.
Me have ye 'bereaved of my children : Jo-

us.

22 And Reuben answered them, saying,


"Spake I not unto you, saying, Do not sin
against the child
and ye would not hear ?

We

35 H
q Matthew

this distress

We

the land.

is

him.

father

fore

third

God

}?ien

32
m

raoh, surely ye are spies.

And

And we said unto


we are no spies

31

34.

ver.

17

ender in the inn, he espied his money: for


it tvas in his sack's mouth.
28 And he said unto his brethren. My
money is restored and lo, it is even in my
sack and their heart ffailed them, and they
were afraid, saying one to another, What is
this that God hath done unto us ?
29 1 And they came unto Jacob their father
unto the land of Canaan, and told him all
that befell unto them, saying,
30 The man who is the lord of the land,
'spake froughly to us, and took us for spies
behold,

We

THEY RETURN WITH CORN TO JACOB.

b ch. 42, 20.


23

44.

us,

we

CHAPTER

BENJAMIN BENT WITH THE REST.

o But if tliou wilt not send him, we will not


go down tor the man said unto us, Ye shall
not see my face, except your brother be with

Hel. asking ask-

td us

you.

Hell, moulh.

And

Israel said,

with me, os to
yet a brother

tell

Wherefore dealt ye so ill


the man whether ye had

could W know

'

down
8 And Judah

ch. 44, 32.


em 18, 19

Or, ttnce

Pliil-

this

bt/

Prov

d ch. 32, 20.


18, 16.

e ch. 37, 25.

Jer.

8,22.

said unto Israel his father,

Send the lad with me, and we will arise and


go that we may live, and not die, both we,
and thou, a//d also our little ones.
of my hand
9 I will be surety for iiim
'if I bring him not
shalt thou require him
unto thee, and set him before thee, then let
me bear the blame for ever
10 For except we had lingered, surely now
we had returned ||this second time.
11 And their father Israel said unto them,
take of the
If ii must be so now, do this
best fruits in the land in your vessels, and

g Esther

4,

Ifi.

awl

Or,

II

I.

hare been,

as

man

and a little honey,


and almonds

a present, a

spices,

little

unto them.

h ch.a4,2, 4!3, 4,
<& 44, I.

Heb.

kill

ing.

kill-

Sam.

25,

II.

25 And they made ready the present against


Joseph came at noon for they heard that
:

they should eat bread there.


Hell, roll htmselj

upon us.

Job 30,

nuts,

12 And take double money in your hand


and the money "^that was brought again in
the mouth of your sacks, carry it again in
your hand peradventure it was an over-

and

Ueh. coming down


vie came down.

k ch. 42, 27, 35.

money

Ileb, your

came

and rose

up,

and went down

to

ch.l8,4,&2),32.

18

And

your younger brother, "lof whom ye


me And he said, God be gra-

.spake unto
t

Heb. peace.

Cb.

37, 14.

Heb.

there
to your

1j

pence

did yearn
ber,

n ch. 42, II, 13.

o ch- 37, 7, 10.

p ch, 35,

17, 18

q cb. 42, 13

Kings

s ch. 42,

ver.

my son.
And Joseph made haste

ivhere to

I'llkerl

3,

26

24

25

cious unto thee,

30

upon

weep

and 'wept

for 'his bowels


and he sought
and he entered into his cham-

his brother

there.

And

he washed his face, and went out,


and refrained himself and said. Set on 'bread.
32 And they set on for him by himself and
for them by themselves, and for the Egyptians which did eat with him, by themselves:
because the Egyptians might not eat bread
with the Hebrews for that is "an abomination unto the Egyptians.
33 And they sat before him, the first-born
according to his birthright, and the youngest
according to his youth and the men marvelled one at another.
34 And he took and sent messes unto them
from before him but Benjamin's mess was
31

the

men were

because they
were brought into Joseph's house and they
afraid,

II

rli,lfi,34
8,

Ei..,l.

26

said,

29 And he lifted up his eyes, and saw his


brother Benjamin, ''his mother's son, and said,
Is this

nh. 37, 7, 10.

ni

house.

of their f welfare,

your father well, the old man


"of whom ye spake ? /s he yet alive ?
28 And they answered. Thy servant oui
father is in good health, he is yet alive "and
they bowed down their heads, and made
said, \Is

obeisance.

to me.

Bt-njauiin

to the earth.

And he asked them

Egypt, and stood before Joseph.


16 And when Joseph saw Benjamin with
them, he said to the ""ruler of his house.
Bring these men home, and fslay, and make
ready for these men shall fdine with me at
noon.
17 And the man did as Joseph bade: and
the man brought the men into Joseph's

him

27

13 Take also your brother, and arise, go


again unto the man
14 And God Almighty give you mercy before the man, that he
may send away your
other brother, and
Benjamin ^||If I be
bereaved of my children, I am bereaved.
15 H And the men
took that present, and
they took double money in their hand, and

26 H And when Joseph came home, they


brought him the present which was in their
hand into the house, and "'bowed themselves
to

ch. 42, 3, 10.

sight

24 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.
;

'balm,

and myrrh,

our sacks.

in

Jjrc.

the

money

down

put our

23 And he said. Peace be to you, fear not:


your God, and the God of your father, hath
given you treasure in your sacks fl had
your money. And he brought Simeon out

ch. 42, 25, 35

who

''carry

fall upon us, and take us for


bond-men, and our asses.
19 And they came near to the steward of
Joseph's house, and they connnuned with
him at the door of the house,
20 And said, O sir, 'f we canie indeed down
at the first time to buy food
21 And ""it came to pas.s, when we came to
the inn, that we opened our sacks, and behold, every man's money tvas in the mouth
of his sack, our money in full weight and
we have brought it again in our hand.
22 And other money have we bi'ought down
in our hands to buy food
we cannot tell
:

they said. The man f asked us straitly of our state, and of our kindred, saying,
Is your father yet alive I have ye another
brother ? and we told him according to the
f tenour of these words: f Could we certainly
know that he would say, Bring your brother

And

knounng

t IJeh.

JOSEPH FEASTETH HIS BRETHREN.

against us, and

B.C. 1707

XLIII.

Because of the money

that

was

return-

ed in our sacks at the first time, are we


brought in
that he may f seek occasion
;

Heb. drnnk largely: S.ell;ii!. 1,6.


.biliii

3,

10

times so much as any of theirs.


they drank, and fwere merry with him.
"live

51

And

JOSEPHS POLICY TO STAY HIS BRETHREN.

CHAPTER
I

GENESIS.

XLIV.

out the iniquity of thy servants behold, 'we


are my lord's servants, both we, and he also
with whom the cup is found.

Heb. him Ma( was


over his house-

ND

he coininanded

ftlie

17 And he said, 'God forbid that I should


do so but the man in whose hand the cup
is found, he shall be my servant
and as for
you, get you up in peace unto your father.
18 H Then Judah came near unto him, and
said, O my lord, let thy servant, I pray thee,
speak a word in my lord's ears, and f|et not
thine anger burn against thy servant
for
thou art even as Pharaoh.
19 My lord asked his servants, saying. Have
ye a father, or a brother ?
20 And we said unto my lord,
have a
father, an old man, 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

stew-

-^ ard of his house, saying, Fill

the men's sacks ivith food, as


;inuch as they can carry, and
^put every man's
'sack's

And

my

put

money

money

Or, maketh trial

in his

mouth.

cup, the silver cup, in the

mouth of the youngest, and

sack's

his

corn

and he did according to the word


that Joseph had spoken.
3 As soon as the morning was light, the
men were sent away, they, and their asses.
4 And when they were gone out of the
city, and not yet far olif^ Joseph said unto his
steward, Up, follow after the men and when

1)

eh 31, 32-

c chap. 37, 29.


.Vunili.

14,

Sain.

11.

1,

We

6.

thou dost overtake them, say unto them.


Wherefore have ye rewarded evil for good?
5 Is not this it in which in} lord drinketh,
and whereby indeed he ||divineth ? ye have

done

father lovetli him.

II

Or, make

Verse

trial.

5.

would die.
23 And thou saidst unto thy servants, ''E.xcept your youngest brother come down with
you, ye shall see my face no more.
24 And it came to pass, when we came up
unto thy servant my father, we told him the
words of my lord.
25 And 'our father said. Go again, and buy
his father, his father

my lord these words ? God forbid that thy


servants should do accordina; to this thiiiir
8 Behold, "the money which we found in
our sacks' mouths, we brought again unto
thee out of the land of Canaan
how then
should we steal out of thy lord's house silver

Prov. 17.

15.

or gold

us a

With whomsoever of thy servants it be


found, H)oth let him die, and we also will be
9

my

lord's

10

g chap. 18, 30,32.


Exod. 33, 22.

said.

also let

it

be accord-

ch. 37, 3.

ch.

4-2,

15, 21).

Then
his

every

they speedily took down every


sack to the ground, and opened

man

his sack.

12

And he

search-

and began at the


eldest, and left at the
youngest
and the
cup was found in
:

Benjamin's sack.
13 Then they "rent
their clothes, and laded every man his
ass, and returned to

life

31

||

42,

come

pass,

to

when he

seeth

sliall

down

bring

the gray

to the grave.
3li, 3tl.

32 For thy ser\ant became surety

my

lad unto

father, saying,

not unto thee, then

my

deed

is this that ye have done \ wot ye not that


such a man as I can certainly divine ?
16 And Judah said. What shall we say
unto my lord ? what shall we speak ? or how
shall we clear ourselves
God hath found
52

shall

and thy servants

cli.

What

It

hairs of thy servant our father with sorrow

14 \ And Judah and his brethren came to


Joseph's house, (for he ivas yet there :) and
they ''fell before him on the ground.
said unto them.

;)

that the lad is not with us, that he will die

the city.

And Joseph

ed,

We

said.
cannot go down if
our youngest brother be with us, then will
we go down for we may not see the man's
face, except our youngest brother be with us.
27 And thy servant my father said unto us.
Ye know that "'my wife bare me two sons
28 And the one went out from me, and I
said, "Surely he is torn in pieces
and I saw
him not since
29 And if ye "take this also from me, and
mischief befall him, ye shall bring down my
gray hairs with sorrow to the grave.
30 Now therefore when I come to thy servant my father, and the lad be not with us
(seeing that ''his life is bound up in the lad's

11

food.

Now

he with whom it is
ing unto your words
found .shall be my servant and ye shall be
blameless.

man

little

26 And we

bond-men.

And he

thou saidst unto thy servants, 'Bring


that I may set mine eyes

22 And we said unto my lord. The lad cannot leave his father: for ?/ he should leave

evil in so doing.

And he

1[

And

21

him down unto me,


upon him.

overtook them, and he spake


unto them these same words.
7 And they said unto him. Wherefore saith
6

HUMBLE SUPPLICATION.

Joseph's policy to stay his brethren. 14 Judah's humble supplication to Joseph.


.^

JUDAH

:
;

q .h

43.

''If

for the

bring him

shall bear the

blame

to

father for ever.

33 Now therefore, I pray thee, ''let thy servant aliide instead of the lad a bond-man to
my lord and let the lad go up with his

9.

brethren.
I

Exr.J. 32.

.32

34 For

how

shall I

go

u|i to

my

father,

and

JOSEI'II

CHAP T E R XL V.

MAKETH HIMSELF KNOWN

TO HIS BKETHKEN.

JOSEPH MAKING HIM3ELF KNOWS TO H19 BRET HUES


the lad bu nut with

me

see the evil that shall f come

on

my

father.

pHEN

hefore

IS, 8.

Ps.

3,

ua,

dc

Heb. gave forth

Num

f.stood

Or,
4,

terrified.
5,

23,

i-

Matlhiw 14,
Murk 6, 511.

cli,

Isa 40, 2.

.I..I1

15.
2fi.

37, 28

t Ilcb. neither let


there be anger in
your eyes.

Goshen, and thou shalt be near unto nic,


and thv children, and thy children's
children, and thy flocks, and thy herds, and
all that thou hast

J eh. 50, 20.

Ps.

105, 16, 17.

See

2 Sa.-n. It),
Arts 4, 24.

11 And there will I nourish thee, (for yet


there are five years of famine;) lest thou, and

10, 11.

thy household, and

life

before you, fto preserve

thou,

gry with yourselves, that ye sold me hither


''tor God did send me before you to preserve

me

2, 7.

||

5 Now therefore "be


not grieved, fnor an-

sent

say unto him, Thus saith thy son Joseph,


God hath made me lord of all Egypt come
down unto me, tarry not
10 And ''thou shalt dwell in the land of

2 Cur.

sr

And God

you a posterity in the earth, and to save your


lives by a great deliverance.
S So now it was not you that sent me
hither, but God: and he hath made me 'a
father to Pharaoh, and lord of all his house,
and a ruler throughout all the laud of Egypt.
9 Haste ye, and go up to my father, and

his voice tn weeping.


H, 1.

them that

all

hy him; and he cried,


i Cause every man to go out from
|me and there stood no man
*^with him, while Joseph made
himself known unto his hrethren.
2 And he fwept aloud and the Egyptians
and the house of Pharaoh heard.
3 And Joseph said unto his brethren, 'I am
Joseph doth my father yet live \ And his
brethren could not answer him
for they
were troubled at his presence.
4 And Joseph said
unto
his
brethren,
Come near to me, I
pray you
and they
came near and he
said, I
am Joseph
your brother, ""whom
ye sold into Egypt.

harvest.
7

Joseph could not refrain

i'himself

Exod.

116,
143.

in the land

fa-

.lob 31, 29.

ther.

Joseph maketh himself known to his brethren. 5 He comforteth


16 PhaIhein in God's proTidence.
9 He sendeth for his father.
raoh coiihrineth it. 21 Joseph furnisheth them for their journey,
and exhorteth them to concord. 25 Jacob is revived with the news.

(J

my

t Heb. find

CHAPTER XLV
1

For these two years hath the famine been


and yet there are five years, in
the which there shall neither be earing nor

B.C. 17UT

lest per;ul\ entiire I

Heb. to put for


you a remnant.

\'

17,
16.

Jiib

10.

f ch. 47,

1.

g ch. 42, 23.

li

.liijg.

.\.ls T, 11

29,

that thou hast,

come

brother Benjamin, that it is ^niy mouth


unto you.
speaketh
that
13 And ye shall tell my father of all my
glory in Egypt, and of all that ye have seen:
and ye shall haste, and ''bring down my father
of

e ch. 41,43.

all

to poverty.
12 And behold, your eyes see, and the eyes

my

hither.

14

And

he

fell

upon

his brother

Benjamin's

GENESIS.

JOSETH SKNUETH FOK HIS FATHER,

-ti;,=SSv(l-

WHO

IS

REVIVED BY THE NEWS.

.--i

y^:.

JACOB AND HIS FAMIL? JODBNETINO


neck, and wept
his neck.

B.C. 1700

and Benjamin wept ixpon


t

15 Moreover, lie kissed all


and
and wept upon them
:

his

bretliren,

after

that his

brethren talked with him.


16 H And the fame thereof was heard in
Pharaoh's house, saying, Joseph's brethren
are come and it fpleased Pharaoh well, and

Heb. was good in


the eyrs oj Pharaoh. Ch-41,37.

Num.

18, 12, 29.

Heb. Ut not your


eye spare, ^-c.

Hcb. mouth.

Numb

3, 16.

k ch, 43, 31

Heb. carrying.

shall eat 'the fat of the land.

19 Now thou art commanded, this do ye


take you wagons out of the land of Egypt

father revived

your little ones, and for your wives, and


bring your father, and come.
20 Also fregard not your stuff: for the

good of

the land of

all

Egypt

is

yours.

their father,

26 And told him, saying, Joseph is yet alive,


and he is governor over all the land of Egypt.
'And fJacob's heart fainted, for he believed
them not.
27 And they told him all the words of Joand
seph, which he had said unto them
when he saw the wagons which Joseph had
sent to carry him, the spirit of Jacob their

his servants.

for

of Egypt, and ten she-asses laden with corn


and bread and meat for his father by the way.
24 So he sent his brethren away, and they
departed
and he said unto them, See that
ye fall not out by the way.
25 1[ And they went up out of Egypt, and
came into the land of Canaan unto Jacob
:

ch.27, 28.

17 And Pharaoh said unto Joseph, Saj unto thy brethren. This do ye lade your beasts,
and go, get you unto the land of Canaan
18 And take your father, and your houseand I will give
holds, and come irnto me
you the good of the land of Egypt, and ye

28
1

J..I1

24.

Ps.

Luke

24,

2a,

126,1.

my

And
son

before

11, 41.

Hi-b.

Ms.
1

yet alive

1706.

.h. 21, 31, 33,


28, 10.

XLVI.

is

ND

ii

took his journey with


he had, and came to
"Beer-sheba, and offered sacriall

&

Israel

that

fices ''unto the

&

&

2
a ch, 16,
14, 15.

1.

Job 33

God

of his father

Isaac,

b ch. 26, 24, 25,


28, 13,
31, 42.

to his father

enough Joseph
go and see him
:

will

comforted by God at Beer-sheba: 5 Thence he with his


company goeth into Egypt. 8 The number of his family that went
into Egypt.
28 Joseph meeteth Jacob.
31 He instructeth his
brethren how to answer to Pharaoh.

Jacob

raiment.

he sent after this 7?ianner; ten asses fladen with the good things
64

I die.

23 And

Israel said, // is

is

CHAPTER
t

2
And the children of Israel did so and
Joseph gave them wagons, according to the
fcommaudment of Pharaoh, and gave them
provision for the way.
22 To all of them he gave each man changes
of raiment but to Benjamin he gave three
hundred pieces of silver, and ''five changes of

TO EGTPT-

And God spake

unto Israel

"in the visions

of the night, and said, Jacob,

Jacob

said.

and he

Here am

I.

CHAPTER

JACOB GOETH INTO EGYPT.

3 And he said, I am
God, 'the God of thy
father fear not to go
:

down
I

into

Egypt for
"make of
;

d ch. S8, 13.


e ch. 12, 2.
26, 5.

Deut.

f rh. 28, 15,

&

g ch.

shall put his

and ''Joseph

15, 16,
50,
13, 24, 25. Ex..i).

4 'I will go down


with thee into Egypt;
and I will also snrely
''bring thee up again :

wagons

''which

Pharaoh had sent

carry

to

him.
6 And they took their cattle, and their goods
which they had gotten in the land of Canaan,

and came into Egypt, 'Jacob, and all his seed


with him
7 His sons, and his sons' sons with him,
his daughters, and his sons' daughters, and
all his seed brought he with him into Egypt.

Acts?,

13.

ch. 45, 19, 21.

And

the sons of

Reuben

Hanoch, and

23 H ^And the sons of Dan ||Hushiin.


24 II "And the sons of Naphtali Jahzeel,
and Guni, and Jezer, and Shillem.
25 ''These are the sons of Bilhah, 'which
Laban gave unto Rachel his daughter, and
she bare these unto Jacob all the souls were
;

D.-ut.2n.5. Josh.

24,
23.

4.

105,

I's.

Uai. 52, 4.

Exud.

1, 1, lb

6,

26, 5.

n Numb.
Chron.

5, 1.

seven.

Eiod. 6, 15.
Chron. 4, 24.

26 ''All the souls that came with Jacob inEgypt, which came out of his tloin,s, be-

II

Or, ytmuel.

to

Or, Jartb.

sides Jacob's sons' wives, all the souls loere

II

Or,

Zerah, 1
Chron. 4, 24.
1

II

Chron.

6, 1,16.

Or, Gershom.

threescore and six


27 And the sons of Joseph

Chron.

&

2, 3,

4, 21.
r ch. 39, 3, 7, 10.
>

chap. 38,

Cnron.
t

II

29.

Chron.

7, 1.

and

Or, Puah,
Jashub.

Num.

2, 5.

26, 15,

&e,

Zephon.
II

Or, Ozni.

II

Or, Arod.

Hezron, and Carmi.


Chron. 7, 30.
X
10 H And "the sons of Simeon; ||Jemuel, and J ch. 30, 10.
29, 24.
Jamin, and Ohad, and ||Jachin, and ||Zohar, 2
a ch. 44, 27.
and Sliaul the son of a Canaanitish woman.
b ch.
50.
11 H And the sons of pLevi; ||Gershon, KoOr, prince.
hath, and Merari.
12 H And the sons of "'Judah
Er, and
Chron.
c
G, &
Onan, and Shelah, and Pharez, and Zarah
but 'Er and Onan died in the land of Canaan. d Numbers 26, 38,
Ahiiam.
And 'the sons of Pharez were Hezron, and e Numbers 26, 39,
Shupham.
Hamul.
Chnmicles 7, 12,
S/iuppim.
13 H 'And the sons of Issachar Tola, and
Mupham, Numb.
llPhuvah, and Job, and Shimron.
26, 39.
14 H And the sons of Zebulun Sered, and
Chron.
12.
Or, Shuham,
Elon, and Jahleel.
Numb. 26, 42.
15 These be the sons of Leah, which she g Chron. 13.
bare unto Jacob in Padan-aram, with his h ch. 30,
uh. 29, 29.
daughter Dinah all the souls of his sons and
k Exod.
his daughters icere thirty and three.
Ch.
t Heb. Mgh.
16 H And the sons of Gad "Ziphion, and
35, 11.
Denier. 10, 22.
Haggi, Shuni, and ||Ezbon, Eri, and ||Arodi,
See Acts 7, 14.
and Areli.
m ch. 31, 21.
17 H "And the sons of Asher Jimnah, and n ch. 47,
Ishuah, and Isui, and Beriah, and Serah their o So ch. 45, 14.
So Luks 2, 29,
sister.
And the sons of Beriah Heber, and p 30.
Phallu, and

while.

30

cl).

-11,

il

8, 1.

II

7,

II

7,

5, 7.

1, 5.

1.

Malchiel.

q ch. 47,

18 'These are the sons of Zilpah, "whom


Laban gave to Leah his daughter and these
she bare unto Jacob, even sixteen souls.
19 The sons of Rachel, "Jacob's wife Jo-

1.

Heb. Ihet/ are men


of cattle

and Benjamin.
20 H ''And unto Joseph in the land of Egypt
were born Manasseh and Ephraim, which
Asenath the daughter of Poti-pherah priest

seph,

r ch. 47, 2, 3.

&

ch. 30, 35,


37, 12.
5,

&

u ch. 43, 32.

On

bare unto him.

34,

And
die,

Israel said unto Joseph,

since

have seen thy

'Now

let

because

face,

thou art yet alive.


31 And Joseph said unto his brethren, and
unto his father's house, '^1 will go up, and
shew Pharaoh, and say unto him. My brethren, and my father's house, which icere in the
land of Canaan, are come unto me
32 And the men are shepherds, for ftheir
trade hath been to feed cattle and they have
brought their flocLs, and their herds, and all
that they have.
33 And it shall come to pass, when Pharaoh shall call you, and shall say, 'What is
your occupation I
34 That ye shall say. Thy servants' 'trade
hath been about cattle 'from our youth even
until now, both we, and also our fathers that
ye may dwell in the laud of Goshen for
every shepherd is "an abomination unto the
Egyptians.
:

CHAPTER
1

XLVII.

brethren. 7 and his father, before Pha13 He getraoh.


11 He givetli tliern habitation and maintenance.
teth all the Egypti.ins' money, 16 their cattle, 18 their lands to Pha22 The priests' land was not bonght. 23 He letteth the land
raoh.
28 Jacob's age. 29 He sweareth Joseph to
to theni for a fifth part.

Joseph presenteth

five of his

bury him with his

fatht

rs.

raoh, and said,

and
herds, and

brethren,
Eiod.

their

8, 26.

1706.

are

a ch. 46, 31.


b ch, 45. 10,

me

HEN Joseph "came and told Pha-

s ver. 32.

||

of

which were

born him in Egypt, were two souls 'all the


souls of the house of Jacob, which can e into Egypt, were threescore and ten.
28 H And he sent Judah before him unto
Joseph, "'to direct his face unto Goshen and
they came "into the land of Goshen.
29 And Joseph made ready his chariot, and
went up to meet Israel his father to Goshen
and presented himself unto him and he "fell
on his neck, and wept on his neck a good
:

22 These are the sons of Rachel, which


were born to Jacob all the souls u-ere four;

8 H And '"these are the names of the children of Israel, which came into Egypt, Jacob
and his sons "Reuben, Jacob's first-born.

Ard.

teen.

1.

14.
:

21 \ "And the sons of Benjamin were Belah,


and Bccher, and Ashbel, Gera, and Naanian,
''Ehi, and Rosh, "Muppim, and ||Huppim, and

5 And 'Jacob rose up trom Beer-sheba and


the sons of Israel carried Jacob their father,
and their little ones, and their wives, in the

JOSEPH MEETETH HIS FATHER.

3, S.

h ch. 50,

hand upon thine

eyes.

48,

21.

will there

thee a great nation

XLVII.

46,

father

their

and my
and

flocks,

ail that they have,


out of the land of Caand behold, they are in ''the

come

naan
i

My

land of Goshen.

55

JACOB

IS

GENESIS.

PRESENTED TO PHARAOH.

And

he took some of his brethren, even


five men, and "presented them unto Pharaoh.
3 And Pharaoh said unto iiis brethren,
And they said
"What is your occupation
unto Pharaoh, "Thy servants a;-e shepherds,
both we, and also our lathers.
4 Tliey said moreover unto Pharaoh, Tor
to sojourn in the land are we come for thy
servants have no pasture for their flocks, ^for
the famine is sore in the land of Canaan
now therefore, we pray thee, let thy servants
''dwell in the land of Goshen.
5 And Pharaoh spake unto Joseph, saying.
Thy father and thy brethren are come unto
2

thee
6 'The land of Egypt is before thee in the
best of the land make thy father and brethren to dwell ''in the land of Goshen let them
dwell and if thou knowest any men of activity auiong them, then make them rulers
;

over ny
7

cattle.

And Joseph brought

in Jacob his father,


and set him before
Pharaoh and Jacob
:

Ijlessed

Pharaoh.

And Pharaoh

unto Jacob,
art thou ?
9

said

fHow old

And Jacob

said

unto Pharaoh, 'The


days of the years of
my pilgrimage a?-e a
hundred and thirty years '"few and evil have
the days of the years of my life been, and
"have not attained unto the days of the years
of the life of my fathers in the days of their
:

pilgrimage.

10 And Jacob "blessed Pharaoh, and went


out from before Pharaoh.
11 H And Joseph placed his father and his
brethren, and gave them a possession in the
land of Egypt, in the liest of the land, in the
land of ''Rameses, ""as Pharaoh had com-

manded.
12 And Joseph nourished his father, and
his brethren, and all his father's household,
with bread Ufaccording to their families.
13 H And there was no bread in all the land;
for the famine loas very sore, ''so that the land
of Egypt, and all the land of Canaan, fainted
by reason of the famine.
14 'And Joseph gathered up all the money
that was found in the land of Egypt, and in
the land of Canaan, for the corn which they
bought and Joseph brought the money into
Pharaoh's house.
15 And when money failed in the land of
Egypt, and in the land of Canaan, all the
Egyptians came unto Joseph, and said, Give
for 'why should we die in thy
us bread
presence for the money faileth.
]() And Joseph said. Give your cattle; and
I will iiive you for your cattle, if money fail.
56
:

'!

B.C. 1706.
1

THE EGYPTIANS SELL THEIR LAND.

CHAPTERS

JOSEPH visiTETH JACOB.

And he

in their l)nning-})lace.
do as thou hast said.

11,21.

tlie

14

CHAPTER

XLVni.

Joseph with his sons visilelh his sick father. 2 Jacob strengtheneth
himself to hiess thein. 3 He repeateth the promise. 5 He talieth
Ephraim and Manasseh as his own. 7 He telleth Joseph of his
mother's grave. 9 He hlesseth E]ihraim and Manasseh. 17 He pre21 He prophesieth their return
ferreth the younger before the elder.
to

b ch.

17, 8.

eanie to pass aiter these


things, that one. told Joseph,
Behold, thv father is sick and
it

14, 4.

d ch.35, 9. 16, 19.

So

jManasseh and Ephraim.

2 And one told Jacob, and


said. Behold, thj son Joseph cometh unto
thee and Israel strengthened himself, and

ch. 27,

1.

llcb. heavy. Isai.


59, 1.

&

6, 10,

said unto nie. Behold,

thee,

give this land to thy seed after thee,

will

''/o;-

an

ch. IT,
40.

H And now,

Acts

15, 17.

increase

q ver.
r

34,37.

in his
ch. 28, 8.

14.

Numb.

33, 35,

1,

19, 21.

2,

t }leh. fulness.

Israel beheld

sons,

Who

SoRulh4,Il,12.

ch. 46, 4,
24.

u Josh.

my

God
in

M
and
10

""I

sons,

this

phice.

24, 32.

28.

me
And

CHAPTER

&

XLIX.

Jacob calleth his sons to bless them. 3 Their blessing in paiticulnr.


29 He chargeth them about his burial. 33 He dicth.

34,

Josh. 17, 14,

AND

Jacob

call-

ed unto his sons, and


said,
Gather your-

.^nios 3, 7

selves
b Deuteron.

4,

3(1

Numbers 24. 14
l.sai. 2,2,4 39, r..
Jrr.

23,20,

28,

2, 17.

were fdiin for


and he brought

c Ps.

he could not see :)


them near unto him and ""he kissed them,
and embraced them.
1
And Israel said unto Joseph, 'I had not
thought to see thy face and lo, God hath
shewed me also thy seed.
12 And Joseph brought them out from between his knees, and he bowed himself with

.34,

.'Vn^
29.
llebr. 1,'J.

the last days.


2 Gather ^ourselves

17.

Ps.

lleb. do not Ihou

5,

g chap. 35, 22.


Chronicles 5,
Deiil

27,

and hear, ye
and

211.

1.

'hearken unto Israel your father.


3 H Reuben, thou art ''my first-born, my
might, "and the beginning of my strength,
the excellency of dignity, and the excellency
of power
4 Unstable as water, f^thou shalt not excel;
because thou ^wentest Uji to tin father's beil
:

you that
you

sons of Jacob

excel.

Chrnn.

"tell

shall befall

together,

Deut.21,
78,51.

together, that

''in

may

which

Dnn.

J ch, 29, 32

his face to the earth.

God make
:

a Deuter. 33,

2,

age, so that

a fmultitude of

thee as Ephraim and as Manasseh and he


set Ephraim before Manasseh.
21 And Israel said unto Joseph, Behold, I
die
but 'God shall be with you, and bring
you again unto the land of your fathers.
22 Moreover, "I have given to thee one portion above thy brethren, which I took out
of the hand "of the Amorite with mv sword
and with my iiow.

<I:c.

he said. Bring them,


I pray thee, unto me,

fthe eyes of Israel

become

2.

5,

4, 5.

I ch. 15, 16,

will bless them.

(Now

50,

said

whom

hath given

Chronicles

John

unto his father, "They


are

his seed shall

nations.

and

are these?

And Joseph

and

Beth-lehem.

said.

and he also shall be great but truly


younger brother shall be greater than he,

a people,

20 And he blessed them that day, saying,

Deuler. 33, 17
Hev. 7, 6, 8.

Joseph's

""I

evil

eyes.

when I came from Padau,


Rachel died by me in the land of Canaan,
in the way, when yet there was but a little
way to come unto Ephrath and I buried her
there in the way of Ephrath, the same is

life

And his father refused, and said, know


my son, I know //: he also shall become

*In thee shall Israel bless, saying,


was

Isaac

my

?,s-

19
it,

p ver. 14

II

all

See

Numb. 26,

me,

And

me

''his

t Ileb. as fishes do

ance.

fed

long unto this day,


. 16 The Angel "which
redeemed me from
all evil, bless the lads
and let "my name be
named on them, and the name of my fathers
Abraham and Isaac and let them fgrow into a multitude in the midst of the earth.
17 And when Joseph saw that his father
''laid his right hand upon the head of Ephraim, it
displeased him
and he held up his
father's hand, to remove it from Ephraim's
head unto Manasseh's head.
18 And Joseph said unto his father, Not so,
my father for this the first-born put thy
right hand upon his head.

31.
24.
Ps.
121, 7.

o AniMs9, 12.

as for

24,1

&

34,22,

Egypt, are mine as Reuben and Simeon,


they shall be mine.
6 And thy issue, which thou begettest after
them, shall be thine, and shall be called after
the name of their brethren in their inherit-

And

1,

13,

11,

thy ''two sons, Ephraim and


JNIanasseh, which were born unto thee in the
land of Egypt, before I came unto thee into

ai.

Ilel.r. 11,

n ch. 2N, 15.

everlasting possession.
5

ch. 45, 26,

k ver. 19.

will

Abraham and

fathers

God which

II

make

will

and I
make of thee a multitude of people and
and multiply

whom my

h ch. 27. 27.

upon the bed.


3 And Jacob said unto Joseph, God Almighty appeared unto me at *Luz in the land
of Canaan, and blessed me,
fruitful,

'"before

sat

And

Israel stretched out his right hand,

laid it

ch. 33 5

f ch. 27, 4.

he took, with him his two sons,

And

upon Ephraim's head, who was


the younger, and his left hand upon Manasseh's head, ''guiding his hands wittingly
for Manasseh was the first-born.
1.5 H And 'he blessed Joseph, and said, God,
and

did walk, the

thee

right

&

4fi,
c ch. 41. 50,
Josh. 13, 7,
20.

Canaan.

,ND

&

ip.

35, 6, 9,

And Joseph

in his

bed's head.
a ch. 28, 13, 19,

Joseph's sons blessed.

took them both, Ephraim


hand toward Israel's left hand,
and Manasseh in his left hand toward Israel's
right hand, and brought the>n near unto him.

13

h rhap. 48, 2.
1
Kings 1,47. Hell.

upon

XLVIIl., XLIX.

said, I wil

31 And he said, Swear unto nio and he


sware unto him. And ''Israel bowed himself

GENESIS.

JACOB BLESSETH HIS SONS.

then defiledst thou it : ||he went up to my


couch.
||''iu5 H ''Simeon and Levi are 'brethren
are
in
their
habitations.
crueUy
of
strunients
6 O iny soul, 'come not thou into their secret; "unto their assembly, "mine honour, be
for in their anger they
not thou united
in
their self-will they l|digman,
and
slew a

h ch.

down

Cursed

violence.

k ch.

them

was

it

cruel

will

and scatter them

in Jacob,

''Judah,

down

Judah

hand

'thy

whom

thou art he

of thine enemies

thy brethren

shall be in the

Chroii.

r Ps. 18, 40.

neck

'thy father's children shall

chap.

Hos.

27,

29.

5, 2.

Rev.

4.

5,

5,5.

&

24,

24, 9.

whelp

Numb. 24, 17.


Jer. 30,21. Zech.
10, 11.

y Ps.

&

60, 7,

Numb.

8, or,

108,
21,

16.

Deut. 58, 57.

a Isai. II,

&

1,

Ezek. 21,27.

11,

Luke

21,9.

1,32,

33.

&

b Isai. 2, 2,
11,
42, 1, 4, i
10,
49, 6, 7, 22, 23,
611, 1,
55, 4,5,
3,4,5. Hag. 2, 7.

gathering of the people be.


11 ""Binding his foal unto the vine, and his
he washed
ass's colt unto the choice vine
his garments in wine, and his clothes in the
blood of grapes
12 His ""eyes shall be red with wine, and

&

&

Lake 2, 30, 31,


32.
c 2 Kings 18, 32.
d Prov. 23, 29.

e Deut. 33, 18, 19.


Josh. 19, 10, II.
f

Sam.

10, 9.

Deuteron.

33, 22.

g
white with milk.
Judg. 18. 1,2.
h Judg. 18, 27.
13 T[ "Zebulun shall dwell at the haven of t Heb. an arrowsnake.
the sea
and he shall be for a haven of Ps 25, 6, <t 119,
166,
174.
Isai.
ships
and his border shall be unto Zidon.
25,
k Deut. 33, 20.
14 H Issachar is a strong ass, couching down
Chron. 5, 18.
Deut. 33, 24.
between two burdens
Josh. 19, 24.
m Deut. 33, 23.
15 And he saw that rest wa^ good, and the t Heb. daughters,
n rh. 37, 4, 24, 58,
land that it was pleasant and bowed '^his
& 39. 20. i 42.
21,
Ps. 118, 13.
Job 29, 20.
shoulder to bear, and became a servant unto
Ps.

his teeth

9.

with

pelah,

which

37, 15.

tribute.

16

T[

p Ps. 132,2,

^Dan

.)

shall

judge his people, as one of

so that his rider shall

fall

have waited

for

18

'I

&

47,

50,21.

Ps. 80.

Isai. 28. 16.


ch. 28, 13, 21,
35, 3,
43, 23.

17 ''Dan shall be a serpent by the way, fan


adder in the path, that biteth the horse-heels,

&

12,

the tribes of Israel.

5.

ch. 45, 11,

u ch.

of

&

1,

thy salvation,

19 H ""Gad, a troop shall overcome him:


but he shall overcome at the last.
20 H 'Out of Asher his bread shall be fat,
and he shall yield royal dainties.
21 "[["'Naphtali is a hind let loose; he giveth
goodly words.
22 TI Joseph is a fruitful bough, even a fruitful bough by a well, tvhose fbranches run
over the wall
23 The archers have "sorely grieved him,
and shot at him, and hated him
24 But his bow abode in strength, and the
arms of his hands were made strong by the
hands of ''the mighty God of Jacob (ifrom
thence 'is the shepherd, 'the stone of Israel :)
25 'Even by the God of thy father, who shall
58

Sam.

The mourning

ND

15,i25, 8
2

and kissed him.


2 And Joseph commanded

his

servants the physicians to "embalm his father and the phy:

sicians

And

embalmed

Israel.

were

forty days

him
which

fulfilled for

so are fulfilled the days of those

for

are

embalmed and the Egyptians f ''mourned for


him threescore and ten days.
4 And when the days of his mourning were
:

19, 37,

ch. 23. 16.

g ch. 23, 19,

25.

9.

past,

h ch.

35, 29.
ver. 29.
1
a ch. 46, 4.

b 2

Kmgs

16,14.
12.

&

Chron.

Matt. 26,

Mark 14, 8,
16.1. Luke 24,

John 12,
19, 39, 40.

1.

',&.

Numb.

20, 29

Deut. 34,
e
f

Esther

8.

4, 2.

ch. 47, 29.

g 2 Chron.
Isa.22, 16

27.60

your eyes, speak,


Pharaoh, saying,

16,

14.

Matt.

pray you, in the ears of

made me swear, saying, Lo, [


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 bury my father, and I will come
5 "^My father

die

t Heb. wept.
d

Joseph spake unto ""the house of Phanow I have found grace in

raoh, saying, If

13, 14.

c ver. 26. 2

Joseph "fell upon his faand ''wept upon him,

ther's face,

e ch. 50, 13.


f

L.

4 Joseph getteth leave of Pharaoh to go


to bury him.
7 The funeral.
15 Joseph comfortelh his brethren,
who craved his pardon. 22 His age. 23 Heseelh the third generation of his sons.
24 He prophesieth unto his brethren of their return.
25 He taketh an oath of them for his bones. 26 He dieth,
and is chested.
for Jacob.

35,

30,

the Hittite, for a possession

CHAPTER
I

a Judg. 20, 21, 25.


Ezek. 22, 25. 27.
b Numb. 23, 24.
Esther 8, II
Ezek. 39, 10.
Zech. 14, 1, 7
d ch.ap. 47,

the Hittite,

is in

3, 6.

c ch. 15,

is

z Deut. 33, 16.

LoKD

people

31 (^Tliere they buried Abraham and Sarah his wife ''there they buried Isaac and
Rebekah his wife and there I buried Leah.)
32 The purchase of the field and of the
cave that is therein, ivas from the children
of Heth.
33 And when Jacob had made an end of
connnanding his sons, he gathered up his feet
into the bed, and yielded up the ghost, and
'was gathered unto his people.

1 Deut. 33, 13.


7 Deut. 33, 15

Hab.

my

the cave that

the field of Machbefore Mainre, in the land of

Ephron

1.

17,

Ephron

""in

of a burying-place.

&

fathers

Canaan, ^vhich Abraham bought with the


field

II.

backward.

my

is

be gathered unto

I '"am to

me

30 In the cave that

65,

Dan. 9.25. Malt.

them,
""bui-y

in the field of

26 The blessings of thy father have prevailed above the blessings of my progenitors,
^unto the utmost bound of the everlasting
hills
^they shall be on the head of Joseph,
and on the crown of the head of liiin that
was separate from his brethren.
27 H Benjamin shall n-aven as a wolf; in
the morning he shall devour the prey, ''and at
night he shall divide the spoil.
28 H All these are the twelve tribes of Israel:
and this is it that their father spake unto
them, and blessed them every one according to his blessing he blessed them.
29 And he charged them, and said unto
:

u Numb. 23,

before thee.
is 'a lion's

Chron.

from the prey,


my son, thou art gone up: "he stooped down,
he couched as a lion, and as an old lion
who shall rouse him up
10 ''The sceptre shall not depart from Judah, nor ^a lawgiver ^from between his feet,
"until Shiloh come
""and unto him shall the
9

19, l.it 21,

4. 24, 39.

q ch. 29, 35. Deut.


33, 7.

shall praise

l)0w

30,

Or, houghed oxen.


5, 6, 7.

Israel.

&

57, 8.

p Josh.

in

help thee, "and by the Almighty, ''who shall


bless thee with blessings of heaven above,
blessings of the deep that lieth under, blessings of the breasts and of the womb

&

ch. 34, 26.

fierce
''I

Ephes.

9.

16, 9,

12,

was

15, 16.

1,

Ps.26,
5, 11.

a wall.

their wrath, for

divide

34, 25.

Prov.

II

and

29, 33, 34.

Or, their swords


are weapons of

II

n P3.

be their anger, for it

couch is

Prov. 18, 9.

ged

C. 16

Or, my
gone.

il

HIS DEATH.

in

again.

my

THE KUNEKAL OF

CHAPTER

JACOli.

THE DEATH OF JOSEPH.

L.

THE FDNERAL OF JACOB


6

And

Pliaraoh said,
according as he

father,

Go

up,

made

peradventure hate

and bury thy

thee swear.

H And Joseph went up to bury his father


and with him went up all the servants of
Pharaoh, the elders of his house, and all the
7

h 2 Sam. 1,
Acts 8, 2.

IT.

Sam. 31,
Job 2, 13.

13.

II

elders of the land of Egypt,

And

all

16

the

k chap. 49, 29, 30.


Ifi.

and

and horsemen
it

was

ra

And

15. 21, 22.

Heb. charged.

they came

Atad, which is
beyond Jordan, and

of

there they ''mourned


with a great and very sore lamentation 'and
he made a mourning for his father seven days.

p ch. 37,

7, 10.

Dent. 32. 35. Job


Rom. 12,
34,29.
19. Hebr. 10,30,
2 Kings 5, 7.

Ps.

56,

u ch. 47, 12.

mourning

name

of

to the

it

was

Egyptians

wherefore the

called ||Abel-mizraim,

with the
place of

field for

a possession of a burying-

Ephron

the Hittite, before Mamre.


14 H And Joseph returned into Egypt, he
and his brethren, and all that went up with

him

to

bury his

father, after

he had buried

15 H

their

to

Chap.

hearts.
34. 3.

Joseph's brethren saw that

was dead, "they

said,

Joseph

will

God

to pass, as it is this day, to save

much peo-

Now therefore

fear ye not "I will nourand your little ones. And he comforted them, and spake fkindly unto them.
22 IT And Joseph dwelt in Egypt, he, and
and Joseph lived a hunhis father's house
dred and ten years.
23 And Joseph saw Ephraim's children "of

21

ish you,

the third generation, : -^the children also of


Machir, the son of Manasseh, ""were fbrought
up upon Joseph's knees.
24 And Joseph said unto his brethren, I

1035,

1 Job 42, 16.

Numb.

32, 39

z ch. 30, 3.

die and "God will surely visit you, and bring


you out of this land, unto the land '"which
he sware to Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob.
25 And "Joseph took an oath of the chil;

Heb. borne.

&

a ch, 15, 14,

46,

4, <t 48, 21.

E.xoJ. 3,

Hcbr.

3,

&.

17.

16,

II, 22.

b ch. 15,

14,

35,

&

56,

12,

Si

46,4.
c Eioilus

Acts

And when

the place of

Heb.

13,

Joshua 24,

his father.

their father

Matt.

5, 44.

is

of Canaan, and buried him in the cave of the


field of Machpelah, which Abraham 'bought

Acts

3, 13, 14, 15.

which

beyond Jordan.
12 And his sons did unto him according as
he commanded them
13 For Miis sons carried him into the land

Isai.

5.

ch. 45, 5,7.

I in

20 'But as for you, ye thought evil against


me hut 'God meant it unto good, to bring
ple alive.

10,7.

the inhabitants of the land,


the Canaanites, saw the mourning in the
floor of Atad, they said. This is a grievous

am

4"or

q ch. 45, 5.

And when

he died, saying,
17 So shall ye say unto Joseph, Forgive, I
pray thee now, the trespass of thy brethren,
and their sin "for they did unto thee evil
and now, we pray thee, forgive the trespass
of the servants of "the God of thy father.
And Joseph wept when they spake unto him.,.
18 And his brethren also went and HA\
down before his face and they said. Behold,
we be thy servants.
19 And Joseph said unto them, ""Fear not:
:

13.

ch. 49. 25.

to the threshing-floor

11

Job

n Prov. 28,

great company.

10

ch. 23, in

very

they fsent a messenger unto JoThy father did command be-

iots

And

and will certainly rewhich we did unto him

us,

the evil

fore

That IS, Ike


mournmff of the

ActsT,

all

seph, saying.

Egyptians.

house of Joseph, and his


brethren, and his father's house
only their
little ones, and their flocks, and their herds,
they left in the land of Goshen.
9 And there went up
with him both char8

quite us

7, 16

19.

32.

Israel, saying, God will surely visit


you, and ye shall carry up my bones from
hence.
26 So Joseph died, being a hundred and
ten years old and they ''embalmed him, and

dren of

he was put

in a coffin in

59

Egypt.

EXODUS.

THE CHILDREN OF ISRAEL

DO MULTIPLY GREATLY.

CA3TIN0 THE UiLE CHILDREN INTO THE NILE

THE SECOND BOOK OF MOSES, CALLED

^D
CHAPTER

B.C.

[10

10 "Come on,

170fi.

let us ''deal wisely with them,


they multiply, and it come to pass, that,
when there falleth out any war, they join
also unto our enemies, and fight against us,
and so get them up out of the land.
11 Therefore they did set over them task-

I.

S The
children of Israel, after Joseph's death, do multiply.
15
are oppressed by a new king, the more they multiply.
godliness of the midwives, in saving the men-children alive.
22 Pharaoh commandeth the male children to be cast into the river.

a Gen. 46,

The

more they

f',
i

The

OW

names of
children
of
the
Israel, which
came into Egypt every man
and his household came with

.,

lest

ch.

8.

t Ileb. Ifiigh.

|b Gen. 46, 26, 2T.

"these are the

20

ver.

Dcut.

10, 22.

|l

i]

11)35.

masters,

Jacob.
2 Reuben, Simeon, Levi, and

Judah,

And

d Gen.
26,

Deut.

46, 3.

5.

I's.

Acts

24.

that generation.

were

HI.'),

7, 17.

Vs.

HI,

2,

13

63,

3, 4.

tians
h Job

Gen.

ch.

13.

15,

Dcut. 26,

7.

k ch.
5.

2, II,
Ps,

Now

with them.
there 'arose up a

new

king over

the

made

Egyp-

the chil-

5, 4,

81,6.

mortar, and in brick,


1

filled

And

dren of Israel to serve


with rigour.
14 And they "'made
their lives bitter with
hard
bondage,
"in

was

their ''burdens.

Ps.

13.

5,

I'rov.
1U5, 25
16,25, & 21, 30.
Acts 7, 19.

fruit-

and increased abundantly, and multiplied,


and waxed exceeding mighty and the land

ful,

them with
Pharaoh

built for

Israe
'}g

''And the children of Israel

'to afflict

treasure-cities,
they
Raamses.
Pithom, 'and
12 f But the more they afflicted them, the
more they multiplied and grew. And they
were grieved because of the children of

7, 15.

3,

.4ct.3

f Ps. 105, 24.

4 Dan, and Naphtali, Gad, and Asher.


5 And all the souls that came out of the
floins of Jacob were ''seventy souls: for Joseph was in Egypt already.
6 And 'Joseph died, and all his brethren,
all

Gen. 50, 26.

e Acts 7, 18.

3 Issachar, Zebulun, and Benjamin,

and

Gen, 47,

11

and

t Ilcb. And as thfij


affiicted them, so

in all

manner of

service in the field

tUfy multtplied,

Egypt, which knew not Joseph.


9 And he said unto his people. Behold, ""the
people ot the children of Israel are more and
mightier than we.
GO

ch. 2, 23,
9.

Numb.

Acts

4:

6,

20, 15.

7, 19, 34.

all their service wherein they made them


serve was with rigour.
15 H And the king of Egypt spake to the

Hebrew midwives

(of

which the name of one

CHAPTER

GODLINESS OF TllK MIUWIVES.

11.

MOSES

IS

BORN.

f^J^^d'

THE INFANT M08E8.

was

Sliiphraii,

Puah

and the name of

tlie

13 He reproveth a Hebrev.
15
marrieth Zipporah. 22 Ge shorn

other

;)

16 And he said, When ye do tie office of


a midwife to the Hebrew women, and see
them npon the stools if it he a son, then ye
shall kill him
but if it he a davighter, then

ND
.

Pnw.

5.

I(i,

she shall

went "a man of the


and took to wife

a daughter of Levi.
p

n^iri. 3.

18. A-

Ifi.

And

Ai-ls5,2'J

6, 13.

',

live.

the

woman

conceived

and bare a son and Svhen she


saw him that he was a goodly
she hid him three months.
:

17 But the midwives "feared God, and did


not Pas the king of Egypt commanded them,
but saved the men-children alive.
18 And the king of Egypt called for the
midwives, and said unto them,
have ye
done this thing, and have saved the menchildren alive \
19 And ''the midwives said unto Pharaoh,
Because the Hebrew women are not as the
Egyptian women for they are lively, and are
delivered ere the midwives come in unto
them.
20 ''Therefore God dealt well with the midwives and the people multiplied, and waxed
very mighty.
21 And it came to pass, I)ecause the midwives feared God, 'that he made them

Why

q See .Tushua

ic.

2, 4,

Sam.

IT,

child,

19, 20.

Pnnerbs

II,

3 And when she could not longer hide him,


she took for him an ark of bulrushes, and
daubed it with slime and with pitch, and put
the child therein and she laid it in the flags

18.

Ecrl. 8, 12
Isai.
Helir. 6,1
10.

3.

10.
!

See 1 Sam. 2,
2 Sam. 7, II,
29.

27,

13,

Kin5

&

24,
I>. 127,
2.

by the river's lirink.


4 ''And his sister stood afar
would be done to him.

S.*!,

II, 38.

I.

And Pharaoh charged

all

his

And
to

the ''daughter

wash

Arls 7,

a ch.

2f),

50.

Chroii. 23, 14.

b Acts 7, 20.
11,23.

Hcb.

the

Hebrew women,

child for thee


c ch. 15,20.
bers 2fi. 59.

Moses

IS born, .1 and in an ark cast into the flags.


5 He is found,
and brought up by Pharaoh's daughter.
1 1 He slayeth an Egyptian.

of Pharaoh

herself at the river

came

and her

Num-

6, 20.

bers

people,

H.

wit what

to

maidens walked along by the river's side


and when she saw the ark among the flags,
she sent her maid to fetch it.
6 And when she had opened it, she saw
the child and behold, the babe wept.
And
she had compassion on him, and said. This
is one of the Hebrews' children.
7 Then said his sister to Pharaoh's daughter. Shall I go, and call to thee a nurse of

l'.l

save alive.

CHAPTER

oif,

houses.
saying, 'Every son that is born ye shall cast
into the river, and every daughter ye shall

T[

down

there

iiouse of Levi,

22

21 He
fleeth uito Midian.
born.
23 God respecteth the

He
is

Israelites' cry.

li

Alls 7, IX

NumI

that she

may

nurse the

8 And Pharaoh's daughter said


And the maid went and called

mother.

61

to her.

Go.

the child's

EXODUS.

MOSES FLEETH INTO MIDIAN.

And Pharaoh's daughter said


Take this child away and nurse
9

and

for nie,

it

And

will give thee thy wages.

the

woman took the child and nursed it.


10 And the child grew, and she brought
him unto Pharaoh's daughter, and he became
And she called his name pioses
"her son.
and she said. Because I drew him out of
:

the water.

HAnd

came to pass in those days,


^vhen Moses was grown, that he went out
11

B.C.

unto her,

HIM.

bondage, and they cried and ^their cry came


up unto God, by reason of the bondage.

cir. 1571.

e Acts 7, 21.

That

II

24 And God "heard their groaning, and God


remembered his '^covenant with Abraham,
with Isaac, and with Jacob.
25 And God ''looked upon the children of
Israel, and God f'had respect unto the7}i.

drawn

IS,

out.

Arts

23, 24.
llebr. U, 24, 25,
20.

g eh.

7,

I,

1531.

h Acts

7, 24.

Acts

7, 2f).

CHAPTER

k Acts 7, 27, 28.


t Hpb. a man, a
prince. Gen. 13,
Acts

7, 29.

Ileur.

11,27.

Moses keepeth Jethro's flock.


bush.
9 He sendeth him to
15 His message to Israel.

8.

it

unto his brethren, and looked on their "burdens and he spied an Egyptian smiting a

GOD APPEARETH UNTO

Gen.

24,

God appeareth

deliver Israel.

&

11,

the

"^

1.

to

him

in a

The name

14

burning
of God.

NOW Moses kept

29, 2.

n ch.3,

III.

of Jethro

flock

pnnce, as
Gen. 41,45.
Or,

II

Hebrew, one of

his brethren.

And he looked
and that
this way
way, and when he
12

saw

that

there

Egyptian,

and

hid

And 'when

he
went out the second
day, behold, two men
of the Hebrews strove together and he said
to him that did the wrong. Wherefore smi:

thou thy fellow


14 And he said, ''Who made thee fa prince
and a judge over us 1 intendest thou to kill
And
me, as thou killedst the Egyptian 1
Moses feared, and said. Surely this thing is

the llpriest of Midian had seven

"Now

daughters
tilled

"and they came and drew ivater,


the troughs to water their father's

flock.

hand of the shephei-ds, and also


drew water enough for us, and watered the
us out of the

cli.

i 43,

25.

4, 25,

That

tl]

a stran-

IS,

ger here.

n Acts

Heb.

7, 29.

11, 13, 14.

X ch.

Acts

7.

7,

7, 30.

y Numbers

and see

7.

man

call

And
man

him, that

Gen.

ch
22,23.27.

18, 20.

&

3, 9,

Dentcr.

James

24,

5, 4.

bush

is

not

8, 42,

Gen.

15,

&

14,

11.

1,

16,
25.

Sam.
2 Sam.

d ch.4,31.

Luke

12.

1,

t Heb. knew.

1491
a ch. 2, 16.

b chapter

18, 5.
19, 8.

Kings

God.

c Dent. 33, 16. Isai.


63,9. Acts 7, 30.

,31.
15.
|

Josh.j
19, 12.
5, 15. Acts 7, 33.

fch.

g Gen. 28,

Ver

13.

22,32.

Mark
Luke 20,

12,

26.

37.

Arts

7, 33.

19. 13.

Isai.6, 1,5. Neb.


Ps. 106, 44.
Acts 7, 34.

9,9.

ch. 2, 23, 54

k ch.

1, II.

Ch.

Gen. 18,21.

Gen.

11, 5, 7, <t

18, 21,

&

50, 24.

n ch. 6, 6, 8,

&

12,

51.

o Deut. 1,25,

8.

7, 8, 9.

p ver.

Ch.

I".

5, ct 33,

13.

Num-

bers 13, 27. Dent.

daughter.

26,

9,

15.

11,

5,

Ezek. 20,

22 And she bare him a son, and he called


his name ||'Gershom for he said, I have been

i|

Gen.

Jer.
32, 22
6.

15, 18.

r ch. 2, 33.

s ch. 1, 11, 13, 14,

"a stranger in a strange land.

S2.
t

Ps. 105, 26.

cah

Mi-

Sam.
,1

1
6, 12.
18, 18. Isai.

6.5,8.

.Irr.

of

said, I

my

8 And "I am come down to "deliver them


out of the hand of the Egyptians, and to
bring them up out of that land, "unto a good
land, and a large, unto a land ^flowing with
milk and honey; unto the place of ''the Canaanites, and the Hittites, and the Amorites,
and the Perizzites, and the Hivites, and the
Jebusites.

9 Now therefore, behold, 'the cry of the


and I
children of Israel is come unto me
have also seen the 'oppression wherewith the
:

Egyptians oppress them.


10 'Come now therefore, and I will send
thee unto Pharaoh, that thou mayest bring
forth

my

1,6.

people, the children of Israel, out

of Egypt.

6, 4.

u See ch.

Lord

rows
1

h Sol Kings

the

affliction

Matt.

15. Ch.4,5.

IT

the

Deut. 33,

And

have surely seen


people which ore in
Egypt, and 'have heard their cry ''by reason
of their taskmasters for 'I know their sor7

Actsj

Ps. 111,2.

he turned
out of the

midst of the bush, and said, Moses, Moses


And he said. Here am I.
5 And he said. Draw not nigh hither "^put
for the place
off thy shoes from ofl" thy feet
whereon thou standest is holy ground.
6 Moreover he said, ^I am the God of thy
father, the God of Abraham, the God of
And Moses
Isaac, and the God of Jacob.
hid his face for ''he was afraid to look upon

Ps. 105,
106, 45.

46, 4.

MoFes was content to dwell with


and he gave Moses 'Zipporah his

62

turn aside,

And when the Lord saw that


God call ^d "unto him

aside to see,

15.

a ch. 6, 5.

read.

23 H And it came to pass, "in process of


and the
time, that the king of Egypt died
of the
reason
children of Israel >'sighed by

now
why the

said, I will

this ''great sight,

burnt.

20 And he said unto his daughters. And


where is he 1 why is it that ye h;)ve left the
'eat

And Moses

20, 16.
Ps.

Deut. 26,
12, 5

2,25.

he may

Lord appeared

ch. 18, 3

and

2 And ""the angel of


unto him in a flame of
and he lookfire out of the midst of a bush
ed, and behold, the bush burned with fire,
and the bush was not consumed.

18,

2.

flock.

the

4, 18,

ic.

Gen. 31, 54,

l-d

17 And the shepherds came and drove ihem


away but Moses stood up and helped them,
and ^watered their flock.
18 And when they came to ''Reuel their
father, he said. How is it that ye are come
so soon to-day
19 And they said. An Egyptian delivered

21

&

1,

18, 1,

II

back side of the desert, and came to ''the


mountain oi God,even
to Horeb.

10, 29.
Called also Jethro, or, Jcther,

&

Midian

10.

Numbers

e ch. 3, 7.

well.

and

priest of

Sam.

he led the flock to the

b ch. 6,5.

15 Now when Pharaoh heard this thing,


he sought to slay Moses. But 'Moses fled
from the face of Pharaoh, and dwelt in the
land of Midian: and he sat down by ""a

&

11,
I

p Gen. 20.
<1

known.

16

24,
10.

9, 11.

ch. 3.

''slew the

liim in the sand.

test

29,

was

no man, he

13

o Gen.

his father-in-law, "the

11 H
I,

that

said unto God, "Who am


should go unto Pharaoh, and that I

And Moses
I

CHAPTER

MOSES SENT TO DELIVER ISRAEL.

should bring forth the children of Israel out


of Egypt
12 And he said, "Certainly I will be with
thee; and this .fJia// hi' a token unto thee, that
When thou hast brought
I have sent thee
forth the people out of Egypt, ye shall serve

X Gen. 31,3. Deut.


Josh. 1,
31, 23.

y ch.6,

And God

said

AM

AIM

Thus

shall

Moses,

unto

And he

said,

k.&i.^^'^

&

25,

2,

Luke

31.

14,

16.

Gen.

15,

1,

Numb.

23, 3, 4,

15, 16.

&

ch. 5, 2,

li

7, 4.

Or, but by strong


hand.

h rh.

&

0. 6, <t

7, 5,

9, 15.

ch. 7, 3, <fe 11, 9.


Di-ul.e, 22. Neh.
9,10. I'j. 105,27.
Jer
135, 9.

&

Acts 7.
See ch. 7 to

20.

32,
36.

ch. 13.

And he put his hand


when he took it out,
I

U,

ih.

Gen.

leprous

Ch.
35.

12,

Prov.
Eiet. 39,

b ch. 19, 9
I

c ch. 3, 15.

20

not

let

And

you

12, 10.

5, 27.

Deut.

sure that the king of

go, ||no, not

14.

12,

13,

2 Kings 5,
Matt. 8, 3.

14.

Egypt

39.

32,

Numb.

by a mighty hand.
my hand, and
smite Egypt with 'all my wonders which
I will do in the midst thereof: and ''after
that he will let you go.
21 And 'I will give this people favour in
the sight of the Egyptians: and it shall come
to pass, that, when ye go, ye shall not go
empty
22 "'But every woman shall borrow of her
neighbour, and of her that sojourneth in her
house, jewels of silver, and jewels of gold,
and raiment and ye shall put fhe/n upon
your sons, and upon your daughters
and

^will

Numb.

sacrifice to the
e

am

Kings

ch. 7, 19.

will ''stretch out

t llcb. shall be
shall be.

Ileb.

and

man of

the dumb, or deaf, or the seeing, or the blind ?


have not I the Lord ?
12 Now therefore go, and I will be 'with
thy mouth, and teach thee what thou shalt say.

t Heb. since yesterdatj, nor since the


third day.

g ch.

12.

6,

Jer.

1,6

13
Ih Pi. 94,

9.

And he

said,

O my

Isai.
1,

9.

50, 4.

Jer.
10,
13, U.
11, 12,

Matt.

Mark
Luke 12,
19.

21, 14,15.

k See Jonah

1, 3.

i:

pray
||wilt

send.

14

And

against Moses, and he


I
Levite thy brother 1

II

Or, shouldst.

ver. 27.
10. 2. 3, 5

Sam.

Lord was

kindled
not Aaron the
know that he can

the anger of the

said. Is

And also, behold, 'he cometh


and when he seeth thee,
thee
forth to meet
ho will be glad in his heart.

speak well.

Moses's rod is turned into a serpent. 6 His hand is leprous. 10 He


is loth to be sent.
14 Aaron is appointed to assist him.
18 Moses

thou

li

''send, I

whom

|!

IV.

Lord,

by the hand of him

thee,

CHAPTER

slow tongue.
II And the Lord said unto him, ''Wlio
hath made man's mouth ! or who maketh

words.

ye shall spoil ||the Egyptians.

out of his bosom, and

"it

not believe thee, neither hearken to the voice


of the first sign, that they will believe the
voice of the latter sign.
9 And it shall come to pass, if they will not
believe also these two signs, neither hearken
untothy voice, thatthou shalttake of the water
of the river, and pour it upon the dry Imid:
and "^the water which thou takest out of the
river fshall become blood upon the dry land.
10 H And Moses said unto the Lord, O my
Lord, I ajn not felofjuent, neither theretofore, nor since thou hast spoken unto thy
but ^I am slow of speech, and of a
servant

Or, Egi/pt.

a ver. 17, 20.

it

was turned again as his other flesh.


8 And it shall come to pass, if they will

10.

II

snow.

and plucked

behold,

17.

13.22.

bosom and
hand was

again,

n Job 27,

""as

into his

behold, his

And he said. Put thine hand into thy bosom


again.
And he put his hand into his bosom

7.

15, 14.

11, 2,
36.

12,

106, 46.

Prov. 16,

&

3,

Ps.

3b.

ion And

on

it

And

we may

generations.

our God.

hand

the ground.
he cast it on the
ground, and it became
a serpent
and Moses fled from before it.
4 And the Lord said unto Moses, Put forth
And he
thine hand, and take it by the tail.
put forth his hand, and caught it, and it became a rod in his hand
5 That they may ''believe that "the Lord
God of their lathers, the God of Abraham,
the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob, hath
appeared unto thee.
6 \ And the Lord said furthermore unto
him. Put now thine hand into thy bosom.

8.

d ch.4, 31

Lord

that in thine

And he said, "A rod.


3 And he said. Cast

68.

1,

hearken

The Lord

hath not appeared


unto thee.
2 And the Lord
said unto him. What
is

Ch.

4,

said, But, be-

for they will say.

4,29.

cli.

e ch. 5,

the wilderness, that

IIos.

h Gen. 50,24.

thou say unto the children of Israel, ^] AIM


hath sent me unto you.
15 And God said moreover unto Moses,
Thus shalt thou say unto the children of Israel, The Lord God of your fathers, the God
of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God
of Jacob, hath sent me unto you this is ^my
name for ever, and this is my memorial unto

16 Go, and "gather the elders of Israel together, and say unto them, the Lord God of
your fathers, the God of Abraham, of Isaac,
and of Jacob, appeared unto me, saying, ''I
have surely visited you, and seen that which
is done to you in Egypt
17 And I have said, T will bring you up
out of the aftliction of Egypt, unto the land
of the Canaanites, and the Hittites, and the
Amorites, and the Perizzites, and the Hivites, and the Jebusites, unto a land flowing
with milk and honey.
18 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 Lord God of the Hebrews hath 'met with us and now let us go
(we beseech thee) three days' journey into

voice

12,5

Ver.

14

my

unto

THAT

Moses answered and

1, 4.

z Ps. 135, 13

them

Johns,

3.

AND

hold, they will not believe me, nor

Hebr. 13,8. Rev.

Behold, when

1 come unto the children of Israel, and shall


say unto them. The God of your fathers hath
sent me unto you and they sliall say to me.
What is his name ? what shall I say unto

8, 31.

2 Cor. 1.20.

68.

all

Rom.

5.

HE RECEIVETII SIGNS FROM GOD.

departeth from Jethro. 21 God's message to Pharaoh. 24 Zinporah circumciseth her son. 27 Aaron is sent to meet Moses. 31 t:he
people believe them.

B.C. 1491.

God upon this mountain.


13 And Moses said unto God,

IV.

63

god's message to PHARAOH,

EXODUS.

WHO

speak unto him, and


"put words in his mouth and I will be with
thy mouth, and with his mouth, and "will
teach you w4iat ye shall do.
16 And he shall be thy spokesman unto the
people and he shall be, even he shall be to
thee instead of a month, and ''thou shalt be
to him instead of God.
17 And thou sbalt take ''this rod in thine
hand, wherewith thou shalt do signs.
18 H And Moses went, and returned to
fjethro his father-in-law, and said unto him.
Let me go, I pray thee, and return unto my
brethren which are in Egypt, and see whethAnd Jethro said to
er they be yet alive.
Moses, Go in peace.
19 And the Lord said unto Moses in Midfor 'all the men
ian. Go, return into Egypt
are dead which sought thy lite.
20 And Moses took his wife, and his sons,
and set them upon an ass, and he returned
And Moses took 'the
to the land of Egypt.

15

And

CHAPTER

B.C. 1491.

""thou shalt

ch. 7,

1, 2.

n Numbers

&

22, 38,
12, 16.
18, 18. Isa.

23, 5,

Deut.
51,16.

Jer. 1,9.

o Deut.

5. 31.

p ch.-, l,<t 18, 19.

q %er. 2.

Jelhn

Ileb.

ch.

s ch.

23

15,

2,

Matl.

2, 20.

Num-

17, 9,

bers 20, 8, 9.

ch, 3, 20.

7, 3, 13. 4: 9,

&

35,
<t 14,8.
12,

10,

1,

Deul.2,

Josh. 11,20.

30.

lsai.63, 17. John


Rum. 9,
12, 40.
18.

X Hos. 11, 1. Rom.


2 Cur. 6,
9, 4.
18.

God in his hand.


21 And the Lord said

rod of

V"

unto Moses, When


thou goest to return into Egypt, see that thou
do all those 'wonders before Pharaoh which
but "I will harden
I have put in thine hand
his heart, that he shall not let the people go.
22 And thou shalt say unto Pharaoh, Thus

Jer. 31, 9.
1,

"Israel is

my

son, ^even

z ch.

b Gen.

17, 14.

c Josh. 5,

my

lleb.
touch.

(1

ver.

by the way in the


him, and sought to

to pass

Behold, the people of


and ye make them
rest from their burdens.

to

madt

it

took ""a sharp stone,


and cut off the foreskin of her son, and feast
it at his feet, and said, Surely a bloody husband art thou to me.
26 So he let him go then she said, A
bloody husband tJwu art, because of the circumcision.
27 \ And the Lord said to Aaron, Go into
And he
the wilderness ""to meet Moses.
of God,
"the
mount
him
in
met
and
went,

gather straw for themselves.


8 And the tale of the bricks which they did

idle

therefore they cry, saying.

sacrifice to our

10
Verses

3,

][

went

And

out,

16

will not give


m

the taskmasters of the people

and

ch. 2, 25, <t

3, 7.

11
n Gen. 24, 26. Ch.
12,27.
1 Chron.
29, 20.

Go

Thus

saith

you straw.
you straw where ye can

ye, get

yet not aught of your


minished.
it

and they spake


Pharaoh, I

their officers,

to the people, saying.

ch

Let us go

God.

them not regard vain words.

k ch.3. 18
8,9.

9 fLet there more work be laid upon the


men, that they may labour therein and let

3, 16

ver. 16.

heretofore, ye shall lay upon them ye


aught thereof: for they he

shall not diminish

ver. 15, 16

h ch.

||

''many,

Ye shall no more give the people straw


make brick, as heretofore: let them go and

make

1 1.

ver. 8,

said,

6 And Pharaoh commanded the same day


the ^taskmasters of the people, and their ofifi-

and
g

25 Then Zipporah

And Pharaoh
now are

cers, saying,

2,3

Oi, knifs.

e ch. 3,

''met

first-born.

came

3 And they said, ''The God of the Hebrews


hath met with us let us go, we pray thee,
three days' journey into the desert, and sacrifice unto the Lord our God
lest he fall
upon us with pestilence, or with the sword.
4 And the king of Egypt said unto them.
Wherefore do ye, Moses and Aaron, let the
people from their w orks ? get you unto your

the land

12,

Lord

rael go.

&

a Nuiuli. 22, 22.

23 And I say unto thee. Let my son go, that


he may serve me and if thou refuse to let
him go, behold, ^I will slay thy son, even thy
it

afterward Moses and Aaron went in, and told Pharaoh,


Thus saith the Lord God of
Israel, Let my people go, that
they may hold "a feast unto me
in the wilderness.
2 And Pharaoh said, ''Who is the Lord,
that I should obey his voice to let Israel go ?
I know not the Lord, "neither will I let Is-

II, 5,

29.

II

24 H And

ND

"burdens.

first-born.

inn, that the

for their

God.

James

18.

Lord,

V.

message. 5 He increaseth the Israelites' task. 15 He checketh their complaints. 19


22
Moses
Moses
and
Aaron.
complaineth to
They cry out upon

Pharaoh chideth Moses and Aaron

u ch.

saith the

OI'PRESSETH THE ISRAELITES YET MORE.

12

work
So

find

shall be di-

the

people

and kissed him.

were scattered abroad

And Moses ^told Aaron all the words of


who had sent him, and all the ^signs
Lord
the
had commanded him.
he
which
Moses and Aaron ''went, and
And
29 H

throughout all the


land of Egypt, to gath-

28

gathered together
dren of Israel.

all

b 2 Kings 18, 35

er stubble instead of

Job 21, 15

straw.

c ch. 3, 19

13 And the taskmasters hasted them,

the elders of the chil(1

30 'And Aaron spake all the words which


the Lord had spoken unto Moses, and did
the signs in the sight of the people.
and
31 And the people ''beheved
:

ch. 3, 18.

6 ch.

saying,

11.

works,
f ch.

when

they heard that the Lord had 'visited the


children of Israel, and that he "'had looked
upon their affliction, then "they bowed their
iieads and worshipped.
64

1,

g ch

1, 7, 9.

1, 11.

t Heb. hct
tie heavy

the work
rtpon the

men.

tasks, as

14

And

t Ileb. a matter of
a dull in his dai/.

your
fdaily

when

there was straw.


the officers of the children of Israel,

which Pharaoh's taskmasters had set over


them, were beaten, 7;f/ demanded, Wherefore
fulfilled your task in makingbrick,
both vrstenlav and to-day, as heretofore ?

have ye not

Fulfil

your

THEY COMPLAIN TO MOSES AND AARON.

15

TI

Then

the officers of the chiklren of


cried unto Pharaoh, saying,

B.C. 1491

came and

Israel

Wherefore dealest thou thus with thy


vants

CHAPTER

pie
at

CHAPTER VL
stink.
30,
I
27.
Sam. 13. 4,
12. 2 Sam. 10, 6.
to

t IIel>.

Gen. 34.

Chron. 19,

own

and Aaron.

,;^SHEN the Lord said unto Mo^'ses. Now shalt thou see what

6.

17 But he

people.

said.

therefore ye say,

18

19

are idle, ye are idle

Let us

go,

and do

Go

Jleh. delivering
thou hast not delivered.

And

of bricks.

Ye

shall

it

11, 1,
31. 33, 39.

Or,

was

not niinish aught from your

unto him,
12,

And

11,

they met Moses and Aaron,

came

stood in the way, as they

1, <fe

35,

48, 3.

who
d ch.

from

forth

&

4,

Pharaoh
21 ''And they said unto them, The Lord
look upon you, and judge because ye have
made our savour fto be abhorred in the eyes
of Pharaoh, and in the eyes of his servants,

Ps. 68,

3, 14.

&

John

83, 18.

8, 58.

Rev. 1,4

And

am

do

||the

to

Lord

were

strangers.

5
e

Gen.

15,

18,

Gen.

17, 8,

&

whom

the Egyptians
keep in bondage and
1
have remembered

2. 24.

my

Lord, wherefore hast thou so evil-en\ why is it that thou hast

'

to

speak

this

peo-

1
I

I'

7,4,
ch. 3, 17,
Deut. 26, 8. Ps
130, 11
81,6,

&

covenant.

Wherefore say
unto the children of

ver. 2, B, 29.

f.

23 For since I came to Pharaoh


in thy name, he hath done evil to

have also

g ch.

treated this people


\

^I

heard the groaning of


the children of Israel,

sword in their hand to slay us.


22 And Moses returned unto the Lord, and

me

And

cS;

17,4, 7.

to put a

sent

said.

appeared unto Abraham, unto


Isaac, and unto Jacob by the name of "God
Almighty, but by my name ''JEHOVAH
was I not known to them.
4 And I have also established my covenant
with them, "^to give them the land of Canaan,
the land of their pilgrimage, wherein they
3

JEHOVAir.

c Gen. 17,

bricks of your daily task.

20 \

&

ch.

the officers of the children of Israel

did see that they loere in evil case, after


said.

sacrifice

therefore now, and work


for there
no straw be given you, yet shall ye de-

liver the tale

Pharaoh for "with


a strong hand shall he let them
go, and with a strong hand ''shall
he drive them out of his land.
2 And God spake unto Moses, and said
will

Lord.

to the

shall

Ye

JEHOVAH. 14 The genewhom came Moses

his promise by his name


alogy of Reuben, 15 of Simeon, IG of Levi, of

God reneweth

in thine

fneither hast thou delivered thy people

all.

ser-

16 There is no straw given unto thy servants, and they say to us, Make brick
and
behold, thy servants are beaten hut the fault
is

GOD RENEWETH HIS PROMISE.

VI.

Israel,

jORD. and

'I

will bring

65

''

am

the

you out from under

GENEALOGY OF REUBEN, SIMEON,

EXODUS.

LEVI.

the burdens of the Egyptians, and I will rid


you out of their bondage, and I will ''redeem
you with a stretched-out arm, and with great

And

you to me for a people,


and '"I will be to you a God and ye shall
know that I am the Lord your God, which
bringeth you out "from under the burdens of
7

And

14, 2,

Sam

2(1,

7, 24.

Gen. 17, 7, 8.
Chap, 29, 45, 4.
Deuter. 29,
Rev. 21, 7.

of the Korhites.
And Eleazar, Aaron's son, took him
one of the daughters of Putiel to wife and
^she bare him Phinehas these a?e the heads
of the fathers of the Levites, according to
ilies

],1

25

5.'

5, 4,

Ps.

81,6.

will bring

10.

1,

4, SO, &. 7,

18.

n ch.

the Egyptians.

&

6,

I will 'take

>eh.

21.

Deut.

concerning the which

you
I

in unto the land,

did tswear to give

t Heb. lift up my
hand.
See Gen.
14,22. Deut. 32,

40.

Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob and


I will give it you for a heritage
I am the
Lord.
9 H And Moses spake so unto the children

it

to

o Gen.

they hearkened not unto


Moses, for fanguish of spirit, and for cruel
bondage.
10 And the Lord spake unto Moses, saying,
11 Go in, speak unto Pharaoh king of
Egypt, that he let the children of Israel go
out of his land.
12 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 uncircunicised
of Israel

p ch.
t

their families.

&
&

18,

26 These are
of Israel

Heb. shortness^

Aaron and Moses,

that

whom the Lord

5, 21.

""to

Bring out the children


from the land of Egypt according
said.

or, straitness.

^but

lips

15,

26, 3, 4:28, 13.


35, 12.

SENT AGAIN TO I'HAKAOH.

23 And Aaron took him Elisheba daugh''Amminadab, sister of Naashon, to


wife
and she bare him "Nadah and Abihu,
Eleazar and Ithamar.
24 And the ""sons of Korah Assir, and
Elkanah, and Abiasaph these are the fam-

7,8. IChron. 17,

IS

ter of

k ch. 15, 13. Deut.

judgments:

MOSES

to their 'armies.

27 These ore they which ''spake to Pharaoh king of Egypt, 'to bring out the children of Israel from Egypt these are that
Moses and Aaron.
28 H And it came to pass on the day ickeri
the Lord spake unto Moses in the land of
Egypt,
29 That the Lord spake unto Moses, saying, "'I a>?i the Lord
"speak thou unto
Pharaoh king of Egypt all that I say unto

Ch. 4,
r ver. 30.
10.
Jer. 1,6.
s

Gen. 46,
Chron.

9.

24.

46,

11.

Numb.

3,

Chron-

6, 1, 16.

Chron.

&

23, 7.

y Numb.
Chron.

Chron. 4,
Gen. 46, 10.

u Genesis

5, 3.

17.

17,

6,

26, 57.
6, 2, 18.

1
Chron.
4:23,21.

6.

19,

thee.

13 And the Lord spake unto Moses, and a ch.2, 1,2. Numb.
26, 59.
unto Aaron, and gave them a charge unto the
b Numb. 16,
Chron. 6, 37, 38.
children of Israel, and unto Pharaoh king of
10,4. Num.
Egypt, to bring the children of Israel out of c Lev.
3,30.
the land of Egypt.
14 H These he the heads of their fathers'
houses 'The sons of Reuben the first-born d Ruth 4, 19, 20.
10.
Chron.
Matt.
of Israel Hanoch, and Pallu, Hezron, and
Num
e Lev. 10.
Carmi these be the families of Reuben.
4 26. 60.
Chrun
&
15 'And the sons of Simeon Jemuel, and
24,
Jamin, and Ohad, and Jachin, and Zohar,
Numb. 26,
and Shaul the son of a Canaanitish woman
g Numb. 25.
Josh. 24, 33.
these are the families of Simeon.
16 H And these are the names of "the sons
ch. 7, 4, & 12,17
51. Numb. 33,
of Levi, according to their generations Gershon, and Kohath, and Merari.
And the k ch.
&
10.
years of the life of Levi ivere. a hundred
ver.
Ch. 32,
thirty and seven years.
Ps.
7, 4 33,
77, 20.
sons
of
17 ''The
Gershon
Libni, and
m ver.
Shimi, according to their families.
n ver. 11. Ch.
18 And ^the sons of Kohath Ainram, and o ver.
Ch.4,10.
Izhar, and Hebron, and Uzziel
and the a ch.4, 16. Jer
10.
years of the life of Kohath toere a hundred
16.
b ch.
thirty and three years.
c ch.4,
19 And ^the sons of Merari
Mahali and
21
ch.
1.

And Moses said before the Lord, Beam of uncircumcised lips, and how
shall Pharaoh hearken unto me 1
CHAPTER VIL
30

hold, I

Moses is encouraged to go to Pharaoh. 7 His age. 8 His rod is


turned into a serpent.
11 The sorcerers do the like.
13 Pharaoh's
1-1 God's message to Pharaoh.
heart is hardened.
19 The river
is turned into blood.

2,

1.

3, 2,

6,

ND

the

See,

shall

be

Lord said unto Moses,


have made thee a god to
Pharaoh and Aaron thy brother

1, 4.

3,

1.

11.

Thou
command

7,

3,

5, 1,

13.

1.

2.

7, 2.

12.

prophet.

speak all that 1


thee
and Aaron thy
brother shall speak unto Pharaoh, that he
send the children of Israel out of his land.
3 And ''I will harden Pharaoh's heart, and
'multiply my '^signs and my wonders in the
land of Egypt.
4 But Pharaoh shall not hearken unto you,
^that I may lay my hand upon Egypt, and
bring forth mine armies, and my people the
children of Israel, out of the laud of Egypt,
''by great judgments.
5 And the Egyptians 'shall know that I am
2

7, 11.

''thy

1.

4,

""shalt

15.

Mushi these are the families of Levi, according to their generations.


20 And "Amram took him Jochebed his
father's sister to wife
and she bare him
Aaron and Moses. And the years of the
life of Ainram were a hundred and thirty
and seven years.
21 T[ And ''the sons of Izhar; Korah, and
:

Lord, when I ''stretch forth mine hand


upon Egypt, and bring out the children of
the

4,

il

e ch. 11, 9.
f ch.

4,7.

g ch

10,

h ch.

6, 6.

Israel
1,4

11,9,
'

Nepheg, and Zichri.


22 And the "^sons of Uzziel
Elzaphan, and Zithri.
66

&

14,4, 18.

I's.
I

9. 16.

k ch

3, 20.
I

ver. 2.
j

1401.

Deut. 29,
31, 2,

Ch. 8,22.1

ver. 17.

from among them.

And Moses and Aaron 'did as the Lord


commanded them, so did they.
7 And Moses ivas "'fourscore years old, and
Aaron fourscore and three years old, when
6

Acts

Mishael, and
n

4!

5,

.34,

7.

7, 23, 30.

Isai 7,

1.

John

2, 18. A- 6, 30.

they spake unto Pharaoh.


8 11 And the Lord spake unto Moses, and
unto Aaron, saying,
9 When Pharaoh shall speak unto you,
then thou
saying, "Shew a miracle for you
:

<

THE RIVER

CHAPTER

TURNED INTO BLOOD.

IS

shah say unto Aaiou, "Take thy rod, and


cast it before Pharaoh, and it shall become

not drink of the water of the river and there


was blootl throughout all the land of Egypt.
22 ''And the magicians of Egypt did so
with their enchantments
and Pharaoh's
heart was hardened, neither did he hearken
unto them 'as the Lord had said.
23 And Pharaoh turned and went into his
house, neither did he set his heart to this

B.C. 1491.

o ch. 4, 2, 17.

a serpent.

10 II And Moses and Aaron went in unto


Pharaoh, and they did so ''as the Lord had
and Aaron cast down his rod
connnaiided
before Pharaoh, and before his servants, and

ver, 9.

q ch. 4.

.1.

it

Gen. 41,8.

ibecanie a serpent.

Then Pharaoh

11

also

"^cailed

Tim.

9 2

the wise

3. 8.

also.

men, and 'the sorcerers now the magicians


of Egypt, they also 'did in like manner with
their enchantments.
12 For tiiey cast down every man his rod,
and thev became serpents but Aaron's rod
swallowed up their rods.
13 And he hardened Pharaoh's heart that
he hearkened not unto them "as the Lord
had said.
14 HAnd the Lord said unto Moses, ''Pharaoh's heart is hardened, he refuseth to let

8, ",

Ch.

22

vcr.

18.

X eh. 8,

A-

15,

4.

10,

1,20,27

&

V rh. 4, 2, 3,

z eh. 3, 1.

a eh. 3,

15 Get thee unto Pharaoh in the morning;


lo, he goeth out unto the water, and thou
shalt stand by the river's brink against he
come and ''the rod which was turned to a
serpent shalt thou take in thine hand.
16 And thou shalt say unto him, ^The
Lord God of the Hebrews hath sent me
unto thee, saying. Let my people go, "that
:

Rev.

ver. 24.

am

the Lord
behold, I will
smite with the rod that is in my hand upon
the waters which are in tlie river, and ''they

know

that I

Ver.

and the

16, 4, 6.

them go, behold,


with "frogs

f ch. 8, 5, 6, 16,
9,

&

22,

21,

10, 12,
14, 21, 26.

&

Heb. gathering
oj their tcaters.

g ch-

17, 5.

105,

<fc

29.

and the Egypwater of


ver. 3.

the river.

their streams,

upon

their rivers,

and upon

ponds, and upon all their fpools of


and
water, that they may become blood
that there may be blood throughout all the
land of Egypt, both in vessels of wood, and

a ch.

3, 12, 18.

b ch.

7, 14,

Rev.

9, 2.

16, 13.

d Ps. 105, 30.

II

Or, davgk

e ch. 7, 19.

of stone.

20

And Moses and

Aaron did so, as the


Lord connnanded
and he ^lifted up the

will smite

And

the river shall bring forth frogs abun-

which .shall go up and come into


thine house, and into ''thy bed-chamber, and
upon thy bed, and into the house of thy servants, and upon thy people, and into thine
oven.s, and into thy
kneading troughs.
4 And the frogs shall come up both on thee,
and upon thy people, and upon all thy ser5 \ And the Lord spake unto Moses, Say
unto Aaron, 'Stretch forth thine hand with
thy rod over the streams, over the rivers, and
over the ponds, and cause frogs to come up
upon the land of Egypt.
6 And Aaron stretched out his hand over
and "^the frogs came
the waters of Egypt
up, and covered the land of Egvpt.
7 ^And the magicians did so with their enchantments, and brought up frogs upon the
land of Egypt.
8 \ Then Pharaoh called for Moses and
Aaron, and said, ""Entreat the Lord that he
niav take away the frogs from me, and from
my people and I will let the people go,
that they may do sacrifice unto the Lord.
:

f Ps. 78, 45,


30.

&

105,

9
&

I!

Or, against when.

into blood.

llcb. (0 cut off.

the fish that loas in the river died;


and the Egyptians 'eould

river stank,

ch, 9. 28,
17.
1

in,

Numli.21,7.
Kings 13, 6.

Acts

8, 24.

said

entreat for thee and

thy servants, and


thy people, fto
y (lestrov the frogs from
thee, and thy houses,
that they may remain
"
in the river only ?
To-morrow. And he
according to thv word that thou
67
for

fur

Or, Have thisAonotir over me, ^c.

And

And Moses

unto Pharaoh, Glory


over me: ||when shall
||

rod and smote the


waters that ii'ere 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

21

thy borders

dantly,

and the

all

&

their

in vessels

vants.

tians shall 'loathe to drink of the

19 HAnd the Lord spake unto Moses, Say


unto Aaron, Take thy rod, and "^stretch out
thine hand upon the waters of Egypt, upon

Lord spake unto Mounto Pharaoh, and say

||

h Ps. 78,44,

river shall stink

the

Go

unto him. Thus saith the Lord,


Let my people go, "that they
may serve me.
2 And if thou ""refuse to let

5.

shall be turned ''to blood.


18 And the fish that is in the river shall
die,

ND
ses,

and

behold, hitherto thou wouldst not hear.


17 Thus saith the Lord, In this ''thou shalt

5, 2.

c ch. 4, 9.

in the wilderness

CHAPTER VHP

5, 1, 3.

b ch.

me

smitten the river.

Frogs are sent. 8 Pharaoh sueth to Moses, 12 and Moses by


IG The dust is turned into lice, which
prayer removeth them away.
the magicians could not do. 20 The swarms of flies. 25 Pharaoh
let
the
people
go,
32
but yet is hardened,
inchneth to

&

18,

12,

Lord had

ver.
1

the people go.

serve

the

10,

may

24 And all the Egyptians digged round


about the river for water to drink for they
could not drink of the water of the river.
25 And seven days were fulfilled after that
;

a di. 4. 21. Ver.

they

THE PLAGUE OF FROGS.

1 I 1.

;J!

II

Or,

againut

morroia.

to-

said,

Be

it

THE PLAGUES OF LICE AND


mayest know that Hhere
the Lord our God.

EXODUS.

FLIES.

none

is

like

26 And Moses

unto
Deut.
ch. 9, 14.
2 Sam.
33, 26.
Chroti.
1
7, 22.
Ps. 86,
17, 20.
Isaiah 46, 9.
8.
Jer. 10, 6, 7.

And

the frogs shall depart from thee,


and from thy houses, and from thy servants,

11

and from thy people

they shall remain in

12 And Moses and Aaron went out from


Pharaoh and Moses ''cried unto the Lord,
because of the frogs which he had brought
against Pharaoh.
13 And the Lord

&

18,

10,

James

11.

5,

Eccles.

so there

were

may

18.

10,

3, 8, 9.

Samuel

Ps. 8,
12,28.

6, 3, 9.

Matt.

3.

Luke

11,

And

31

the

ler.

1.

noisome beasts,
ic.

u ch

9, 4, 6, 20,

&

10,23,

&

and ^there came


a grievous swarm of Jlies into the house of
Pharaoh, and into his servants' houses, and
:

all the land of Egypt


corrupted by reason of the

into

the land

swarm

25 H And Pharaoh called


Aaron, and said, Go ye,

God

in the land.

for

Moses, and
your

word

Or, by to-morrow.

Ps. 76,45,

105,

31.

Or, destroyed.

y Gen.

43,

46, 34.
25, 86,

IX.

13 His
of beasts. 8 The plag:ue of boils and blains.
message about the hail. 22 The plague of hail. 27 Pharaoh sueth
to Moses, 35 but yet is hardened.

^iHEN
"Go

32,

Deut.
<fc

i
7,

12, 31.

Lord said unto Moses,


unto Pharaoh, and tell

the

in

him, Thus saith the Lord God


of the Hebrews, Let my people
go, that they may serve me.
2 For if thou ''refuse to let thejn
wilt
and
hold them still,
go,
Behold,
the
'hand of the Lord is upon
3
cattle
which
is in the field, upon the
thy
upon
the
asses,
upon the camels, upon
horses,
the oxen, and upon the sheep there shall he
a very grievous murrain.
4 And ''the Lord shall sever between the
cattle of Israel, and the cattle of Egypt and
there shall nothing die of all that is the chil:

z ch. 3, 18.

a ch. 3, 12.

b ver. 8. Ch.
1 Kings 13,

9, 28.
6.

dren's of Israel.

5
c ver. 15

And

ing.

the Lord appointed a set time,


To-morrow the Lord shall do

saythis

thing in the land.


d ver. 12

Ch.4,21.

e ver. 15

9,

the

one.

And Pharaoh

sent,

and behold, there was

ch. 8, 2.

not one
c

Lord

the cattle of

7
b

And

did that thing on the morEgypt died but


row, and 'all
the
children
of Israel died not
of the cattle of

ch

d ch.

8, 22,

e Ps. 78, 50.

sacrifice to

8,

.32,

of the cattle of the Israelites dead.

heart of Pharaoh was hardened, and


he did not let the people go.
8 H And the Lord said unto Moses and
unto Aaron, Take to you handfuls of ashes
of the furnace, and let Moses sprinkle it toward the heaven in the sight of Pharaoh.

And

7, 4.

f ch. 7, 14.

68

did according to the

The murrain

Heb a redemp-

II

for

Lord:

Lord

CHAPTER
1

was

ofjlies.

Lord.

Aveut out from Pharaoh, and

tion.

a ch.

did so

in

11,0,7,

12, 13.

Lord

go, that

Or, a mixture of

the

you

Lord your God

and he removed the swarms of


from
Pharaoh,
from his servants, and
Jlies
from his people there remained not one.
32 And Pharaoh iiardened his heart at this
time also, neither would he let the people go.
of Moses

|1

And

our

And Moses

"entreated the

my

24

said, I will let

to sacrifice to the

30

sign be.

Lord

only ye shall not go very far


away ""entreat for me.
29 And Moses said. Behold, I go out from
thee, and I will entreat the Lord that the
swarms of Jlies may depart from Pharaoh,
from his servants, and from his people, tomorrow but let not Pharaoh ''deal deceitfully any more, in not letting the people go

thou mayest know that I ain the Lord in


the midst of the earth.
23 And I will put fa division between my
people and thy people: ||to-morrow shall this

the

us.

20.

people go, that they may serve me


if thou wilt not let my people go,
behold, I will send swarms offlies upon thee,
and upon thy servants, and upon thy people,
and into thy houses and the houses of the
Egyptians shall be full of swarms ofjlies, and
also the ground whereon they are.
22 And "I will sever in that day the land
of Goshen, in which my people dwell, that
no swarms ofjlies shall be there to the end

command

19 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 said.
20 H And the Lord said unto Moses, 'Rise
up early in the morning, and stand before
Pharaoh; (lo, hecometh forth to the water;)
and say unto him. Thus saith the Lord, 'Let

21 Else,

to

sacrifice

sacrifice to the

the wilderness

p Luke
Tim.

upon man, and

lice

shall

ch. 7, 14.

o ch. 7, 11.

God, as "he

28 And Pharaoh

n Ps. 105, 31.

beast.

and

ye

of the earth, and "it became lice in man and


in beast all the dust of the land became lice
throughout all the land of Egypt.
18 And "the magicians did so with their
enchantments to liring forth lice, but they

^three days' journey into the

wilderness,

8, 11.

fields.

the dust of the land, that it may become lice


throughout all the land of Egypt.
17 And they did so; for Aaron stretched
out his hand with his rod, and smote the dust

1(,

14 And they gathered them together upon


heaps and the land stank.
15 But when Pharaoh saw that there was
'respite, '"he hardened his heart, and hearkened not unto them as the Lord had said.
16 H And the Lord said unto Moses, Say
unto Aaron, Stretch out thy rod, and smite

said. It is

shall sacrifice ^the

We will go

27

32,

17,18.

did according to the


the
frogs died out of the
word of Moses and
villages,
and out of the
houses, out of the

not

we

k ver.30. Ch.9,33,

upon

not meet so to do
abomination of the
Egyptians to the Lord our God Lo, shall
we sacrifice the abomination of the Egyptians before their eyes, and will they not
for

stone us

the river only.

I'could

THE MURRAIN OF BEASTS.

''the

CHATTER

THE PLAGUE OF BOILS AND BLAINS.

THE PLAGUE OF

IX.

HAIL.

THE TEN PLAGDES OF EOTPT.

And

shall

it

become small dust

in all the

land of Egypt, and shall be ^a boil breaking


forth

blains

ii'ith

upon man, and upon

g Rev.

Pharaoh and Moses sprinkled


heaven and it became ''a boil
toward
up
breaking forth with blains upon man, and
upon beast.
11 And the magicians could not stand before Moses, because of the boil for the boil
was upon the magicians, and upon all the

h Deut.

16, 2.

28, 27.

it

ch. 8, 18, 19.

Tim.

k ch.

3, 9.

4, 21.

ch. 8, 20.

ch. 8, 10.

n ch.

3, 20.

Rom.

See

9, 17.

ch. 14, 17. Prov.


16, 4.
1 Peter 2,
9.

t Ileh. made
stand.

thcc

know

that there

is

none

like

me

in

the earth.

15 For
that

I will "stretch out my hand,


smite thee and thy people with
and thou shall be cut off from the

now

may

pestilence

p Rev. 16, 21.

Jiish. 10. 11.

earth.

16

And

in very

deed

for "this cause

to

have

shew in thee

&

my

&

Ps.

78, 47,
148.
8.
Isai. 30, 30.
Ezekiel 38, 22.
18, 13.

fvaised thee up, for

the

field.

land of Egvpt, upon


t Heb. set not his
Ch.
heart unto.
7, 23.

all

among the servants of Pharaoh made his


servants and his cattle flee into the houses
21 And he that f regarded not the word of
the Lord left his servants and his cattle in
22 H And the Lord said unto Moses, Stretch
forth thine hand toward heaven, that there
may be Phail in all the

mavest

Egyptians.
12 And the Lord hardened the heart of
Pharaoh, and he hearkened not unto them
"as the Lord had spoken unto Moses.
13 \ And the Lord said unto Moses, 'Rise
up early in the morning, and stand before
Pharaoh, and say unto him. Thus saith the
Lord God of the Hebrews, Let my people
go, that they may serve me.
14 For I will at this time send all my
plagues upon thine heart, and upon thy
servants, and upon thy people
"'that thou

and that my name may be declared


throughout all the earth.
17 As yet exaltest thou thyself against my
people, that thou wilt not let them go ?
18 Behold, to-morrow about this time I
will cause it to rain a very grievous hail,
such as hath not been in Egypt since the
foundation thereof even until now.
19 Send therefore now, and gather thy catfor
tle, and all that thou hast in the field
upon every man and beast which shall be
found in the field, and shall not be brought
home, the hail shall come down upon them,
and they shall die.
20 He that feared the word of the Lord

power

beast,

throughout all the land of Egypt.


10 And thev took ashes of the furnace, and
stood before

B.C. H91.
I

105,32,

Rev.

8, 7.

&

man, and upon beast,


;iiid upon every herb
III
the field, throughout the land of Egypt.
23 And Moses stretched forth his rod toward heaven, and ''the
Lord sent thunder
(i9

EXODUS.

PHARAOH SUETH TO MOSES.


and the fire ran along upon the
ground: and the Lord rained hail upon the
and

B.C. 1491.

hail,

God

hail,

and

fire

mingled with

hail, very grievous, such as there was


none hke it in all the land of Egypt since it
became a nation.
25 And the hail smote throughout all the
land of Egypt all that loas in the field, both
man and beast, and the hail 'smote every
herb of the field and brake every tree of the

32, 18, 19.

ch. 10, 16.

u 2 Chron.

12, 6.
145,

&

Ps. 129,4,
17.

Lam.

Dan.

9, 14.

X ch.

8,

18.

1,

28,

&

Acts

H,

8,

17.

10,
24.

field.

26 'Only in the land of Goshen, where the


children of Israel loere, was there no hail.
27 ^ And Pharaoh sent and called for
Moses and Aaron, and said unto them, 'I
have sinned this time "the Lord is righteous, and I and my people are wicked.
28 "Entreat the Lord (for it is enough) that
there be no more fmighty thunderings and
hail and I will let you go, and ye shall stay
no longer.
29 And Moses said unto him, As soon as I
am gone out of the city, I will ^spread abroad
my hands unto the Lord and the thunder
shall cease, neither shall there be any more
hail
that thou mayest know how that the

9, 4,

<fc 10, 23, ct 11,


7, &. 12, 13. Isai.

6,

the

Heb. voices of
God,

Ps. 29, 3,

Kings

8, 22, 38.
Ps. 143, 6.
Isai.
1

1, 15.

Pharaoh.

31
"for

And

Ruth

22, <t 2,

1,

23.

Heb. hidden,

or,

dark.

Ch.

c ver. 29.

8,

12.

Heb. bx/ the hand


of Moses. Ch. 4,
13.

smitten:

the barley icas in the ear, and the flax

a ch.

4, 21, 4-7, 14.

b ch.

7, 4.

ivas boiled.

32 But the wheat and the rye were not


for they were f not grown up.
33 And Moses went out of the city from
Pharaoh, and "^spread abroad his hands unto
the Lord and the thunders and hail ceased,
and the rain was not poured upon the earth.
34 And when Pharaoh saw that the rain
and the hail and the thunders were ceased,
he sinned yet more, and hardened his heart,
he and his servants.
35 And ''the heart of Pharaoh was hardened, neither would he let the children of Israel
go as the Lord had spoken f by Moses.

smitten

c Deut.

4.

9.

44,

71,

1,

Joel

Ps.
18,

&c.

"8, 5,

&.

Kings 21,

29.

Clirun. 7, 14, i27.


Jub 42,
Jor. 13, 18.

34,
B.

James

10.

4,

Pel. 5, 6.

Proverbs 30, 27.


Rev. 9, 3.

t lleh.ei/e. Ver. 15.

Go in

Lord

"for

h ch. 23, 33.


23,

13.
21.
7, 26.
35.

Josh.

18,

have

hardened his heart, and the


heart of his servants ''that I
(inight shew these my signs be-

Sam.

Eccles.
Cor. 7,

Heb. who and


tcho,

iljC.

ch. 5,

1.

him

2 And that ''thou mayest tell in the ears of


thy son, and of thy son's son, what things I
have wrought in Egypt, and my signs which

have done among them

that ye

how that I am the Lord.


3 And Moses and Aaron came
raoh, and said unto him,

70

Thus

k
1

saith the

Pha-

Lord

ch. 7, 19.

ver. 4, 6.

stretched forth his rod over

and when it was morning, the


wind brought the locusts.
14 And "'the locusts went up over all the
land of Egypt, and rested in all the coasts of
Egypt very grievous we?-e they ; "before them
there were no such locusts as they, neither
after them shall be such.
15 For they "covered the face of the whole
and
earth, so that the land was darkened
that night

east

Ps. 78.

Joel S, 2.

46,

105, 34.

may know

in unto

And Moses

fore

13

the land of Egypt, and the Lord brought an


east wind upon the land all that day, and all

said unto Moses,

unto Pharaoh

the Lord said unto Moses,


out thine hand over the land of
Egypt for the locusts, that they may come
up upon the land of Egypt, and 'eat every
herb of the land, even all that the hail hath

12TlAnd

left.
1,

God

ND the

ence.
"Stretch

f ch. 9, 32. Joel


4,
2, 25.

threateneth to send locusts. 7 Pharaoh, moved by his servants,


inclineth to let the fsraelites go.
12 The plague of the locusts.
10
Pharaoh suelh to Moses. 21 The plague of darkness. 24 Pharaoh
sueth unto Moses, 27 but yet is hardened.

X.

We

1, 3.

CHAPTER

"I know
Lord God.

was

servants,

the flax and the barley

Pharaoh's servants said unto him,


long shall this man be ''a snare unto
us
Let the men go, that they may serve
the Lord their God Knowest thou not yet
that Egypt is destroyed 1
8 And Moses and Aaron were brought again
unto Pharaoh and he said unto them, Go,
serve the Lord your God bret fwlio are they
that shall go ?
9 And Moses said.
will go with our
young and with our old, with our sons and
with our daughters, with our flocks and with
our herds will we go for 'we 7Jiust hold a
feast unto the Lord.
10 And he said unto them. Let the Lord
be so with you, as I will let you go, and your
little ones
look fo it ; for evil is before you.
11 Not so: go now ye that are men, and
serve the Lord for that ye did desire. And
they were driven out from Pharaoh's pres-

How

d ch. 4, 21.

and thy

And

a Isai. 26, 10.

for thee

ICor.

z Ps. 24,1.
10, 26, 28.

30 But as

Let

that ye will not yet fear the

me

people go, that they may serve me.


4 Else, if thou refuse to let my people go,
behold, to-morrow will I bring the "locusts
into thy coast
5 And they shall cover the f face of the
earth, that one cannot 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
6 And they ^sliall fill thy houses, and the
houses of all thy servants, and the houses of all
the Egyptians which neither thy fathers, nor
thy fathers' fathers, have seen, since the day
thai they were upon the earth unto this day.
And he turned himself, and went out from
:

4.

^earth is the Lord's.

long wilt thou

my

&

s ch. 8, 23.

How

of the Hebrews,

refuse to ''humble thyself before

r Ps. 105, 33.

land of Egypt.

24 So there was

THE PLAGUE OF THE LOCUSTS.

o ver.

5.

p Ps

105, 35.

they Pdid eat every herb of the land, and all


the fruit of the trees which the hail had left:
and there remained not any green thing in
the trees, or in the herbs of the field, through
all the land of Egypt.

CHAPTERS

THE PLAGUE OF DARKNESS.

Then Pharaoh

16 H

in haste

Aaron
against

you.
17

tlic

Now

sin only

your

fcallcd for

pray thee,

t Heb. hastened to

q ch.

once, and "^entreat the Lord


that he may take away from nie

27

9,

chapter

tiiis

Kings

this

9, 58.

13, 6.

Lord.
I

Lord

turned a mighty strong

west wind which took, away the locusts, and


feast them 'into the Red Sea there remain:

ed not one locust in all the coasts of Egypt.


20 But the Lord "hardened Pharaoh's heart,
so that he would not let the children of Israel

;,

.loel 2, 20.

u ch.

&

21,

4,

II,

If-

unto Moses,
21 H And the
heaven, that
toward
hand
thine
"Stretch out
land of
over
the
darkness
there may be
felt.
tchich
may
be
darkness
Egypt, feven
22 And Moses stretsaid

ched forth his hand


toward heaven and
:

was

there

vants,

Heb. that one may

feel darkness.

y Ps. 105, 28.

t Heb. into our


hands.

c ver. 20. chap. 4,


21,
14,4, 8.

a Ilebr. 11,27,

Israel

had

^but

all

b ch.

3, 22,

12,

<fe

35.

Samuel

d 2

Esther

9.

7,

9, 4.

Amos

f ch.

12,23 29.

5, 17.

12,

12,

Amos

20.

"I will

said unto Moses,

Yet will I bring one plague


more upon Pharaoh, and upon
iEgypt afterward he will let
tyou go hence "when he shall
he shall surely thrust you out
:

you go,
hence altogether.

that

come

shall

themselves

unto me, saying. Get thee out, and all the


and after that I
people fthat follow thee
will go out.
And he went out from Pharaoh in fa great anger.
9 And the Lord said unto Moses, 'Pharaoh
shall not hearken unto you that ""my wonders may be multiplied in the land of Egypt.
10 And Moses and Aaron did all these
wonders before Pharaoh "and the Lord
hardened Pharaoh's heart, so that he would
not let the children of Israel go out of his

CHAPTER

^f^s^^ND the Lord spake unto Moses


and Aaron in the land of Egypt,

&

2 Kings

3,

saying,

2 "This

&

7, 4,

10, 1.

ch. 7,

n ch.

3.

10.

Rom.

20,

2, 5,

27.
&. 9,

22.

a ch. 13, 4.
16,1.

Or, kid.

unto

the year to you.


3 H Speak ye unto all the congregation of
Israel, saying. In the tenth daij of this month
they shall take to them every man a ||lamb
according to the house of their fathers, a

lamb
Deut,

shall be

"
&

month

you the beginning of months


first month of
it shall be the

t Heb. heat of an-

ch. 3, 19.

XII.

The beginning of the year is chringed. 3 The passover is instituted.


15 Unleavened bread. 29 The first11 The rite of the passover.
born are slain. 31 The Israelites are driven out of the land. 37
They come to Succoth. 43 The ordinance of the passover.

t Ileb. that is at
So
thy feet.
.ladg. 4, 10,
8,
Kings 20,
5
1

let

Israel.

k ch. 12, 33.

Lord

Egyptians and

8, 22.

.loshila 10, 21.

God's message to the Israelites to borrow jewels of their neighbours.


4 Moses tbreatenetli Pharaoh with the death of the lirst-born.

ND the

put a difference between the

hast spoken well,

see thy face again no more.

may know how

man or beast
Lord doth

that ye

the

land.
h ch

CHAPTER XL
1

Amos

5, 17.

10.

Thou

of Egypt
5 And ""all the first-born in the land of Egypt
shall die, from the first-born of Pharaoh that
sitteth upon his throne, even unto the firstborn of the maid-servant that is behind the
mill and all the first-born of beasts.
6 i'And there shall be a great cry throughout all the laud of Egypt, such as there was
none like it, nor shall be like it any more.
7 ''But against any of the children of Israel
'shall not a dog move his tongue, against

4, 10.

ch. 12,30.

said,

Lord,

c ch. 12,

saith the

go out into the midst

&

c ch. 3, 21,
12.
3B.
Ps. 106, 46.

thou shalt die.


29 And Moses

And ''all these thy servants


down unto me, and bow down

light in their dwellings.

Thus

said.

''About midnight will

the children of

24 H And Pharaoh called unto Moses, and


only let your
'said. Go ye, serve the Lord
let your
flocks and your herds be stayed
''little ones also go with vou.
2-5 And Moses said, Thou nmst give fus
also sacrifices, and burnt-offerings, that we
may sacrifice unto the Lord our God.
26 Our cattle also shall go with us; there
for thereof
shall not a hoof be left behind
must we take to serve the Lord our God
and we know not with what we must serve
the Lord, until we come thither.
27 H But the Lord 'hardened Pharaoh's
heart, and he would not let them go.
28 And Pharaoli said unto him. Get thee
from me, take heed to thyself, see my face
no more for in that day thou seest my face,

in the sight of the people.

\ ch. 12.31. 33.39

and

And Moses

one another, neither


rose any from his
place for three days

Lord

the

gave the people favour in the sight of the Egyptians.


Moreover, the mar "'Moses ivas very great in the
land of Egypt, in the sight of Pharaoh's ser-

X rh. 9, 22.

^thick

darkness in all the


land of Egypt three
days
23 They saw not

in the

people,

go.

Lord

3 "^And

t linh. fastened.

the

jewels of gold.

ij

ch. 8, 30.

|l

entreated the
19 And the

of

and let every man


borrow of his neighbour, and every woman of her neighbour,
\ 'jewels of silver, and

call.

my

death only.
18 And he 'went out from Pharaoli, and

Speak now

ears

said, il

therefore forgive,

God

moses threateneth pharaoh.

Moses and

have sinned
your God, and aganist

and he

Lord

XL, XII.

lamb,

house

for a

And
let

if

the household be too

house take

it

little

for the

neighbour next unto his


according to the number of

him and

his

71

THE PASSOVER

EXODUS.

INSTITUTED.

IS

<<r*t

V-

".;

THE FEAST OF UNLEAVENED BREAD.

,i'-^^y^

^^i
fr

>}L^^

(,f,V

THE PASCHAL

the souls

every

man

LA

according to his eating

make your count for the lamb.


5 Your lamb shall be ''without blemish,

shall

male fof the first year ye shall take ii out


from the sheep or from the goats
6 And ye shall keep it up until the 'fourteenth day of the same month and the whole
assembly of the congregation of Israel shall

b Lev. 22, 19, 20,


21. Mai. 1,8.14.
Heb. 9, 14. IPet.
1,19.

Heb. snn of a year.


Lev. 23,

cLev.
9,

12.

Num.

23. 5.

&

3,

Deut.

28,

16,

16.

6.

1,

kill it

And

16, 12.

it on the two side-posts, and on the


upper door-post of the houses, wherein they

Numh.

10, 3.
11,

shall eat

Deut.

d ch. 34,25.

they shall take of the blood, and

strike

8 And they shall eat the flesh in that night,


roast with fire, and ''unleavened bread
and
with bitter herbs they shall eat it.

e Deut. 16, 7.

h ch.

11,

34,

5.

4,

Ainof! 5, 17.
1

It

Numb.

33, 4.

Or, princes. Ch.


21, 6, <t 22. 28.
Ps,82, 1,6. John
10, 34, 35.

k ch.

6, 2.

and with the purtenance thereof.


t Heb. for a destruction.
10 'And ye shall let nothing of it remain
ch. 13,
2
and that which reniain- m Lev. 23,
until the morning
King.s23, 21.
eth of it until the morning ye shall burn n ver. 24,43, (fcch.
13, 10.
with fire.
ch. 13,
23, 15. & 34, 18,
11 H And thus shall ye eat it; ivith your
25. Lev. 23,
Numbers 28,
loins girded, your shoes on your feet, and
Deut. 16,
Cor.
7.
your staff" in your hand and ye shall eat it
p Genesis 17, 14.
Numb.
13.
in haste
it is the Lord's passover.
q Levit. 23, 7,
12 For I ''will pass through the land of
Numb. 28, 18, 25.
Ileb. soul.
Egypt this night, and will smite all the firstch. 13,
born in the land of Egypt, both man and
Lev. 23,
Num.
28, 16.
beast: and 'against all the ||gods of Egypt I
Exoii. 23, 15, &
18. Deut. 16,
will execute judgment
''I am the Lord.
Cor. 5,7,8.
legs,

9.

4, 5.

6,

7,

<t

6, 6.
17.

3, 8.

5,

9,

8.

3.

5.

.34,

72

5.

13 And the blood shall be to you for a


token upon the houses where ye are : and
when I see the blood, I will pass over you,
and the plague shall not be upon you fto
destroy yoit, when I smite the land of Egypt.
14 And this day shall be unto you 'for a
memorial and ye shall keep it a ""feast to
the Lord throughout your generations
ye
shall keep it a feast "by an ordinance for ever.
15 "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.
16 And in the first day there shall be ""a
holy convocation, and in the seventh day
there shall be a holy convocation to you
no manner of work shall be done in them,
save that which every f man must eat, that
only may be done of you.
17 And ye shall observe the feast of unleavened bread for ''in this self-same day
have I brought your armies out of the land
of Egypt
therefore shall ye observe this
day in your generations by an ordinance
;

f ch. 23, 18,


25.

9 Eat not of it raw, nor sodden at all with


water, but "roast tvith fire his head with his

9.

Cor. 5, 8.

g Deut. 16,

it.

t Heb. between the


two evenings.

Ch.

fin the evening.

il

w^^V

3.

for ever.

18 H 'In the first month, on the fourteenth


day of the month at even, ye shall eat unleavened bread, until the one and twentieth
day of the month at even.
19 'Seven days shall there be no leaven

K1LLINC5

TIIK

CHAPTER

PASCHAL LAMB.

I 1.

THE FIRST-BORN OF EGYPT

SLAIIN.

DEATH OF THI FI38TBOBN


found iu your houses
for whosoever eateth
which is leavened, "even that soul shall
be cut otf from the congregation of Israel,

children shall say unto you. What mean ye


by this service ?
27 That ye shall say, It is the sacrifice of
the Lord's passover, who passed over the

that

whether he be a stranger, or born

in

Numb.

I ver

the

9, 13.

Numb.

3.

Joshua

4.

[and.

12-16.

14.

bread.

Then Moses

Or, kid.

J Ileb. 11,

called for

all

the elders

when he smote the


And
our houses.

&c.

22, 7,
II

houses of the children of Israel in Egypt,


Egyptians, and delivered
the people ^bowed the
head and worshipped.
28 And the children of Israel went away,

Mark
Luke

26, 18, 19.

20 Ye shall eat nothing leavened


in all
your habitations shall ye eat unleavened
21 H

9,

5, 10.

2 Kuigs 23, 21.


Ezra 6, 20. Malt.

2.S.

z Ter. 7.

said unto them, "Draw out,


and take you a ||lamb, according to your
families, and kill the passover.
22 ^And ye shall take a bunch of hyssop,
and dip it in the blood that is in the basin,
and ^strike the lintel and the two side-posts
with the blood that is in the basin
and
none of you shall go out at the door of his
house until the morning.
23 "For the Lord will pass through to
smite the Egyptians
and when he seetli
the blood upon the lintel, and on the two

of Israel, and

and

a ver. 13, 13.

ses
h Ezek. 9,
7, 3.

&

Kev.

6.

9,4.

c 2 Sam. 24, 16.


1
Cor. 10, 10. Heb.
11,28.
d rh

''did as the Lord had commanded Moand Aaron, so did they.


29 H 'And it came to
pass, that at midnight
''the Lord smote all

the first-born in the


land of Egypt, 'from

3, 8, 17.

ch. 13, 8, 14.


Deut. 32,7. Josh.
P. 78, 6.

4, 6.

ver. 11.

Lord will pass over the door,


not suffer 'the destroyer to come
in unto your houses to smite you.
24 And ye shall observe this thing for
an ordinance to thee and to thy sons for

S ch.

4, 31.

h Hebr.

11, 38.

side-posts, the

and

\y.

ch. 11, 4.
17,

Ps.78.

."il,

Numb.
33,4.

8,

&

&

105. 36,
135,
8,
136, 10.

ch. 4, 23,

&

II, 5.
I

ever.
j

come

it

shall

to the land

come

which the

you, ''according as

when ye be
Lord will give

to pass,

t Heb. house of thei


P^'-

1
i

in

Prov.
ch. 11,6.
Amos 5,
21, 13.
17.

he hath promised, that

n
ye shall keep this service.
26 "And it shall come to pass, when your o
1

geon and all the first-born of cattle.


30 And Pharaoh rose up in the night, he,
and all his servants, and all the Egyptians
and there was a ""great cry in Egypt for
there was not a house where there was not
one dead.
31 H And "he called for Moses and Aaron
by night, and said, Rise up, and get you
forth from among my people, "both ye and
and go, serve the
the children of Israel
Lord, as ye have said.
73
;

""will

25 And

the first-born of Pharaoh that sat on his


throne, unto the firstborn of the captive
that JCfls in the f dun-

James

ch. 11,
105, 38.
ch. 10,

9.

2, 13.

I's

THE ISRAELITES DRIVEN OUT OF THE LAND.


32 pAIso take your flocks and your herds, as
ye have said, and be gone and ''bless me also.
33 'And the Egyptians were urgent upon
the people, that they might send them out
:

of the land in haste

they

for

dead men.
34 And the people took

said,

'We

EXODUS.

49 ""One law shall be to him that is homeborn, and unto the stranger that sojourneth
among you.

p ch. 10,20.
q Gen. 27, 34,
r

be

ch. 11,
105, 38.

was leavened, their


being bound up in their

||

kneading troughs

clothes

upon

their

II

&

ch. 3, 22,

11,2.

u ch.3, 2i,& 11,3.


X Qen.

Ch.

15, 14.

22.

3',

the children of Israel did according to the word of Moses


and they borrowed of the Egyptians 'jewels of silver, and

Ch.

Or, dough.
8, 3.

And

jewels of gold, and raiment.


36 "And the Lord gave the people favour
in the sight of the Egyptians, so that they
lent unto them such things as they required
and "they spoiled the Egyptians.
37 H And ^the children of Israel journeyed
from ''Rameses to Succoth, about "six hundred thousand on foot tJiat icere men, beside

1U5,

I's.

Numb.

CHAPTER Xm.

33, 3, 5.

z Gen. 47, 11.


46,
38, 26.
1, 46,

Ch,

3.

&

a Gen. 12, 2,

&

Numb.

b ch.

&

&

6, 1,

g Gen. 17,

h Lev.

16, 6.

9, 14
12, 13-

22, 10.

Numbers
John

12.

9,

19, 33, 36.

fa

night to be

Heb do
Numb.

all ''the

much

observed unto

9, 14,

<fe

Gal.

16.

15,

ver. 41.

a ver. 12, 13, 15.


Ch. 22, 29, 30, i
34, 19.
Lev. 27,

Numb. 3,

26.

13,

4:8,16,17.*

Lord, for bringing them out from the


land of Egypt
this is that night of the

18,
15, 19.

Deut.

15.

Luke

2, 23.

Israel in their generations.

45

and a hired

''A foreigner,

b ch. 12,42.

servant, shall

not eat thereof.


46 In one house shall it be eaten thou
shah not carry forth aught of the flesh abroad
out of the house
'neither shall ye break a

Deut.

16, 3.

43 H And the Lord said unto Moses and


Aaron, This is 'the ordinance of the passover there shall no stranger eat thereof:
44 But every man's servant that is bought
for money, when thou hast ^circumcised him,
then shall he eat thereof.

c ch. 6,

1.

d ch. 12,

8.

&

e ch. 23, 15,

Deut.

18.
f

ch. 3,

e ch.

h
1

34,

16, 1.

8.

6, 8.

ch. 12, 25, 26.


ch. 12, 15, 16.

k ch. 12, 19.

said unto the people, ''Re-

be when the Lord shall


thee into the land of the Canaanites,
and the Hittites, and the Amorites, and the
Hivites, and the Jebusites, which he ^sware
unto thy fathers to give thee, a land flowing
with milk and honey ''that thou shalt keep
this service in this mouth.
6 'Seven days shalt thou eat unleavened
bread, and in the seventh day shall be a feast

H And

it

shall

Lord.
Unleavened bread shall be eaten seven
days and there shall ''no leavened bread be
seen with thee, neither shall there be leaven
to the

seen with thee in all thy quarters.


8 IT And thou shalt 'shew thy son in that
day, saying, This is done because of that
which the Lord did unto me when I came
forth out of Egypt.
9 And it shall be for ""a sign unto thee upon
thine hand, and for a memorial between thine
eyes; that the Lord's law may be in thy
mouth for with a strong hand hath the
Lord brought thee out of Egypt.
:

ver.
26.

Ch.

14.

Spft ver. 16.

bone thereof.
47 ''AH the congregation of Israel shall
fkeep it.
48 And 'when a stranger shall sojourn with
thee, and will keep the passover to the Lord,
let all his males be circumcised, and then let
him come near and keep it and he shall be
as one that is born in the land
for no un-

n ch.

circumcised person shall eat thereof.

12,

12,

Ch.

Numb.

14.

Deut.

15, 39.

6,

11,18. Prov.

8, <t

1,9.

Isai.49, 16.
Jcr. 22, 24. Malt.
23, 5.
12, 14, 24.

verse

2.

Chap.

&

22,

29,

19.

Lev. 27, 26.

Numb.

8,

17,

34,

&

Deut. 15,
Ezek. 44,30.

18,15.
19.

74

H And Moses

Heb. servants.

of

mine.

to be observed of all the children of

the children

man and

ch. 6, 26.

the

Lord

is

the

meuiber this day, in which ye came out from


Egypt, out of the house of fbondage for "by
strength of- hand the Lord brought you out
from this ^^/ace : ''there shall no leavened
bread be eaten.
4 'This day came ye out, in the month
5

3, 28.

hosts

the land of Egypt.

it

all

''bring

15,

that

me

Mo-

Abib.

t(.

9, 14.

m Numb.

came to pass,
Lord went out from

It is

Numb.

k verse 6
9, 13

beast

unto

whatsoever openeth

womb among

the
ver.

it

Lord spake

of Israel, both of

Numb.

saying,

first-born,

51.

the

ses,
11, 1,

&

d ch. 7, 4,

fire.

ND

2 "Sanctify unto

41 And it came to pass, at the end of the


four hundred and thirty years, even the self-

c Gen. 15, 13. Acts


Gal. 3, 17.
7, 6.

much cattle.
39 And they baked unleavened cakes

dred and thirty years.

over

ver. 33

See Deut,

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, neither had they prepared for
themselves any victual.
40 H Now the sojourning of the children
of Israel who dwelt in Egypt, was "^four hun-

God. 3 The memorial of the passis commanded.


1
The firsthngs of beasts are set apart. 17
The Israelites go out of Egypt, and carry Joseph's bones with them.
20 They come to Etham. 21 God guideth them by a pillar of a
lirst-born are sanctified to

th. a great mixt Heb.


ture.
e. ?fum. 11,4.

The

cloud, and a pillar of

11,21.

38 And fa mixed multitude went up also


with them and flocks, and herds, even very

42

as

37.

t Heb. a night of
observations.

children.

of the

Aaron, so

51 "And it came to pass the self-same day,


that the Lord did bring the children of Israel out of the land of Egypt "by their armies.

same day

the children of Israel

all

Lord commanded Moses and

the

did they.

dough before

their

shoulders.

35

50 Thus did

Ps.

8.

all

it

THE FIRST-BORN SANCTIFIED TO GOD.

\lti\i.

over.

cause to past

10 "Thou shalt therefore keep this ordinance in his season from year to year.
11 H And it shall be when the Lord shall
bring thee into the land of the Canaanites,
as he sware unto thee and to thy fathers, and
shall give it thee
12 "That thou shalt fset apart unto the
Lord all that openeth the matrix and every
;

firstling that

hast, the

cometh of a beast which thou

males shall be the Lord's.

rilK

ISRAELITES DEPART FROM EGVI'T.

:
:

HAP T E

XI V.

li

THE

I'lLLAR OF CI.OUD

AND OF FIRK.

^^.&^^

PASSAGE OF THE RED


13 And 'every firstling of an ass thou shalt
redeem with a Ulamb; and it' thou wik not
redeem it, tlien thou shah break his neck
and all the first-born of man among tlij chil-

fiEi

with him for he had straitly sworn the children of Israel, saying, "God will surely visit
you and ye shall carry up my bones away
hence with you.
20 H And ''they took
their journey from
Succoth,
and
en:

34,20. Nunibprs 18, 15, 16.


i-h.

II

''shalt thou redeem.


14 H 'And it shall be when thy son asketli
thee fin time to come, saying, What /* this ]
that thou shalt say unto him, 'By strength of
hand the Lord brought us out from Egypt,
from the house of bondage
15 And it came to pass, when Pharaoh
would hardly lei us go, that 'the Lord slew
all the first-born in the land of Egypt, both
the first-born of man, and the first-born of

dren

Or, kid.

Numb.

&
r ch.
fi,

3, 4(i,

47,

18, 15, 16.

15,26. Deut
Josh. 4, 6,

20.

21.

camped

the edge of the wilderness.

lleb. fo-morroto.

ver. 3.

ch. 12. 29

beast: therefore I sacrifice to the Lord


that openeth the matrix, being males but
;

the first-born of

my

ver. 9.

chap. 14, II, 12.

'the

in

Lord

day
14, 1-4.

in

a pillar of a

lead them
the way
and by night in a pillar of fire, to
give them light
to go by day and night.
22 He took not away the pillar of the cloud
cloud, to

y Deut.

all

||

Numb

And

Etham,

went before them by

all

redeem.
16 And it shall be for "a token upon thine
hand, and for frontlets between thine eyes
for by strength of hand the Lord brought us
forth out of Egypt.
17 H And it came to pass, when Pharaoh
had let the people go, that God led them not
through the way of the land of the Philistines, although that was near; for God said.
Lest peradventure the people 'repent when
they see war, and ^they return to Egypt
18 But God ^led the people about, fhroi/gh
the way of the wilderness of the Red Sea
and the children of Israel went up harnessed out of the land of Egypt.
19 And Moses took the bones of Joseph
children

21

in

17, 16.

z ch. 14,2.
33, 6, &c.

II

Or,

bt/

Numb.

by day, nor the

Jive in

rank.

pillar of fire

CHAPTER
n Genesis 50, 25.
Josh. 24, 32. Acts
7, 16.

l^b

Numb.

33,6.

'k- ch. 14, 10,

1'

'

15.

&

24, <t

Numb.

40, 38.
I

10,

34,

&

19.
Ps.78, 14,
99, 7, <t 105, 39.
1

|la ch. 13, 18.

Numb.

|k- Jei-

41,

S3, 7

XIV.

God

tiieir journey.
5 Pharaoh pursueth
instructplh tile Israelites
13 Moses comfortelh tliem.
10 The Israehtes tniirmtir.
after them.
I'J
The cloud removeth behind the
15 GoH instructeth Moses.
camp. 21 The israehtes pass through the Red Sea, 23 wiiich
drowneth the Egyptians.

Lord spake

'ND

the

ises,

saying,

unto

Mo-

Speak unto the children of


"that tliev turn and en-

j]sr;iel,

Cor.

liefoi'e ''Pi-hahiroth, be'tween'^Migdol and the sea, over


before it shall ye enagainst Baal-zephon
camp by tli(> sea.

jcaiiip

10, J.

jib

9,

14, 14.
Deut. 1,
33.
Neh. 9, 12,

Isai. 4, 5.

by night, from

before the people.

75

EXODUS.

PHARAOH PURSUETH THE ISRAELFTES.


For Pharaoh

will say of the children of


''They are entangled in the land, the
wilderness hath shut them in.
4 And "I will harden Pharaoh's heart, that
he shall follow after them
and I Svill be
honoured upon Pharaoh, and upon all his

B.C.

Israel,

d Ps. 71, 11.


e ch. 4, 21, (k 7, 3.

may know

Egyptians

^that the

17. 18.
Rom. 9,
17. 22, 23.

g ch.

that

7, 5.

I
h Ps.

Lord. And they did so.


5 H And it was told the king of Egypt that
the people fled
and ''the heart of Pharaoh
and of his servants was turned against the people, and they said, Why have we done this,

am

Versps

ch. 9. 16.

host

14'Jl.

105, 35.

the

ch. 15,

k ver.

4.

4.

we have let
And he made

that

33, 3.

Josh.

rh. 15, 9.

ra

24,6.

go from serving us ?
ready his chariot, and took

n Josh. 24,7. Neh.


Ps. 34, 17,
107, 6.

9, 9.

with him
7 And he took 'six hundred chosen chariots,
and all the chariots of Egypt, and captains
over every one of them.

^j

ct 13, 9.

1,

Numb.

Israel

his people

ch. 6,

o Pi.

lOfi, 7, 8.

p ch.

5, 21.

17.

8 And the Lord


""hardened the heart
of Pharaoh king of

9.

(i,

Isai.

15,

41, 10,

13, 14.

II

Or, for

whereas

ye have seen the


Egyptians to-day,

Egypt, and he pursued after the children of Israel


and
'the children of Israel went out with a
high hand.
- -^.^^1? ;.g j^^^ ^j^^ "'Egyptians pursued after them, (all the horses and
chariots of Pharaoh, and his horsemen, and his
army,) and overtook tliem encamping by the
sea, beside Pi-hahiroth, before Baal-zephon.
10 \ And when Pharaoh drew nigh, the

r ver. 25.

30,

Dcut.

14,

& 23, 3. 2
Chronicles 20, 29.

42,

Isai.

Isai. 30, 15,

ver. 21, 2G.

Ch.

and the children


of Israel "cried out unto the Lord.
1
"And they said unto Moses, Because there
were no graves in Egypt, hast thou taken us
away to die in the wilderness ? Wherefore
afraid

not near the other

21

And Moses

all

the night.

hand over

''stretched out his

the sea; and the Lord caused the sea to go


hack by a strong east wind all that night, and
^made the sea dry land, and the waters were

22

And

children of Israel went into


upon the dry ground:

'the

the midst of the sea


and the waters were

"^a
wall unto them on
and on their left.
23 H And the Egyptians pursued, and went

3.

all

Pharaoh's horses, his chariots, and his horse-

men.
24 And it came to pass, that in the mornver.
ing-watch 'the Lord looked unto the host
chap. 13, 21, i
of the Egyptians through the pillar of fire
23, 20, & 32, 34.
Numbers 20, 16.
and of the cloud, and troubled the host of
lsai.63,

X ver. 4.

y
2

4.

9.

the Egyptians,
I

1 See Isai. 8, 14.

c Ps. 66, 6.

25 And took off their chariot-wheels, ||that


they drave them heavily so that the Egyptians said, Let us flee from the face of Israel;

d ch.

for the

Cor

hast thou dealt thus with us, to carry us forth


out of Egypt ?
12 P/s not this the word that we did tell
thee in Egypt, saying. Let us alone, that we
may serve the Egyptians ? For it had been
better for us to serve the Egyptians, than that
we should die in the wilderness.

in after them, to the midst of the sea, even


Ch.7,

8.

and they were sore

their right hand,

7, 19.

u ver.

and I will ''get me honour upon Pharaoh,


and upon all his host, upon his chariots, and
upon his horsemen.
18 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.
19 H And the angel of God ^which went
before the camp of Israel, removed, and went
behind them; and the pillar of the cloud
went from before their face, and stood behind them
20 And it came between the camp of the
Egyptians and the camp of Israel
and 'it
was a cloud and darkness to them, but it gave
light by night to these : so that the one came

divided.

20,

Nell. 4, 20.
31, 4.

SEA.

1,

10,

3,22,

,Iosh.

4.

children of Israel lifted up their eyes, and


behold, the Egyptians marched after them

&

q 2 Chron. 20,

THE PASSAGE OF THE RED

4, 3.

b ver. 16.

3,

Josh.
15, 8.
16,
4, 23.
9, 11.
Ps.

&

Neh.

74, 13,
114,
63, 12.

lOfi. 9,

<fe

Isai.

3.

Ch.

15,

19.
Numb. 33, 8.
Ps. 66, 6,
78.
Isai 63, 13
13

Cor. 10,

Hah.

f See

I.

He-

II, 29.

3, 10.

Ps.

''fighteth for

them against the

26 \

And

the

Lord

said

unto

Moses,

hand over the sea, that


the waters may come again upon the Egyptians, upon their chariots, and upon their
'Stretch out thine

e ver. 29.

brews

Lord

Egyptians.

77,

17,

ic.
13 H And Moses said unto the people, ""Fear
Or, and made them
ye not, stand still, and see the salvation of
to go heavily.
the Lord, which he will shew to you to-day
h ver. 14.
||for the Egyptians whom ye have seen tover. 16.
day, ye shall see them again no more for ever. k Josh. 4,
14 'The Lord shall fight for you, and ye
ch. 15, 1,7.
shall 'hold your peace.
t Hebr. shook
Deut. 11,
Ps.
15 H And the Lord said unto Moses,
78, 53.
Neh.
11. Hebr. 11,29.
Wherefore criest thou unto me ? Speak unto
m Ilab. 3, 13.
the children of Israel, that they go forward
16 But 'lift thou up thy rod, and stretch out n P. 106,
thine hand over the sea, and divide it
and o ver. 22. Ps. 77,
20, * 78, 52. 53.
the children of Israel shall go on dry ground
10.
p Ps. 106.
through the midst of the sea.
Ps. 58, 10, & 59,
q
17 And I, behold, I will "harden the hearts
10.
of the Egyptians, and they shall follow them:
7n
II

horsemen.

27 And Moses stretched forth his hand over


the sea, and the sea ''returned to his strength
when the morning appeared and the Egypand the Lord 'fovertians fled against it
in
the midst of the sea.
threw the Egyptians
;

28 And

"'the

waters returned, and "covered

18.

the chariots, and the horsemen, and all the host


of Pharaoh that came into the sea after them

off.

4.

9,

8,

II

8,

much

one of them.
walked upon
dry land in the midst of the sea and the
waters were a wall unto them on their right
hand, and on their left.
30 Thus the Lord Psaved Israel that day
out of the hand of the Egyptians and Israel Psaw the Egyptians dead upon the seathere remained not so

29 But

as

"the children of Israel

shore.

31

And

Israel

saw

that great

fwork which

MUSES SONG

HA

TER X

1'

V.

OF DELIVERANCE

MIRIAM REJOICING OVER THE DESTRUCTION OP THE FOES OF ISRAEL

upon the Egyptians: and the


people feared the Lord, and 'beheved the
Lord, and his servant Moses.

Lord

the

&

2, 11,

1.

2
Ps.

b ver. 2).
c Deut. 10,21.

congealed in the heart of the sea.


9 'The enemy said, I will pursue,

Ps.

overtake, I will "divide the spoil

Sam.

22,
106, 12.

XV.
23 Tlie waters at Marah
27 At Elim are twelve

Moses' song. 22 The people want water.


are bitter. 25 A tree sweeteneth them,
wells, and seventy palm-trees.

HEN

Lord, and spake, saying, I will


"sing unto the Lord, for he hath
triumphed gloriously the horse
and his rider hath he thrown into
;

is

and
3

strength and "song, and

God, and

1 Hvill

is

my God,
habitation
my 'fa-

salvation

prepare him

The Lord

is his

my

is

become my

I will

ther's

&

1,

7.

Hab.

3, 18. 19,

Gen. 28,
Sam. 7,

21, 22.
5.
Ps.
132, 5.
e ch. 3, 15, 16.
f 2 Sara, 22,47. Ps.
99, 5.
118, 28.
Isai. 25, 1.
Rev.
g Ps. 24, 8.
il

''a

he

is

83,

exalt him.

man

of ^war

ch. 14, 28.


k ch. 14, 7.
1
ch. 14, 28.
1

the

11.

&

Isai. 5. 24,

Sam.

drowned in the Red Sea.


5 'The depths have covered them

47,

"they

sank into the bottom as a stone.


6 "Thy right hand, O Lord, is become glorious in power
thy right hand, O Lord,
hath dashed in pieces the enemy.

And

2 Thess. 2,

Ps 78,

JuJg.

overthrown them that rose up


against thee: thou sentest forth thv wrath,
luhich ^consumed them "^as stubble.

Thou

stretchedst out

right hand,

""thy

""led

forth the

habitation.

14 ''The people shall hear, and be afraid


^sorrow shall take hold on the inhabitants of

Hab.

13.

3, 10.
5. 30.
Isai.

53, 12. Luke 11,


22.
Or, re-possess.
Ps.
X ch, 14, 21.
147, 18.
y ver. 5. Ch. 14,28.

Palestina.

15 ''Then

II

z 2

Sam.

7,

22.

amazed

14. 14.

Hal.

Deul.
3,

dukes of Edom shall be


mighty men of Moab, trem-

*the

^thc

&

II

a lsai.6, 3.
b Ps, 77, 14.
c ver. 6.
J Ps. 77, 15,20,

'all the inbling shall take hold upon them


habitants of Canaan shall melt away.

Kings 8, 23. Ps.


71, 19, i- 86,8,
Jer. 10,
89, 6, 8.
49. 19.
6,
Or. miglity ones.

in the greatness of thine "excellency

thou hast

8.
s

Lord, among

people tvkich thou hast redeemed thou hast


guided them in thy strength unto "thy holy

2
14, 21.
22, 16. Job

4, 9.

u Gen. 49,27.
:

the earth swallowed them.


13 Thou in thy mercy hast

are

lust

r chap.

''name.

12

14.

Lord

4 'Pharaoh's chariots and his host hath he


cast into the sea
''his chosen captains also

9,

ders

u Ps. lis, 15, 16.


o Deut. 33, 26.
p Ps. 59, 13.
q

Noh.

will

the llgods? who is like thee, "glorious in


hoUness, fearful in praises, ''doing won-

19, II.
Pi

my

mighty waters.
11 "^Who is like unto thee,

6, 3.

were

118,

140,

floods

1 will draw my
shall be satisfied upon them
sword, mine hand shail ||destroy them.
10 Thou didst "blow with thy wind, nhe
they sank as lead in the
sea covered them

18.

The Lord

22, 3, ct
62, e,

14,

I.

Isai. 12, 2.

h ch.

the sea.

he

18, 2,

59, 17,
<t 109.

sang "Moses and the chilof


Israel this song unto the
dren

'the

stood upright as a heap, ajid the depths

45

11,

'with the blast of thy nostrils the

waters were gathered together,

ch. 4, Sl.i 19,9.


Ps. KIti. 1-2. Juhii

a Judges 5,

CHAPTER

And

did

16 '"Fear and dread shall fall upon them


by the greatness of thine arm they shall be
;

luai. 63, 12, 13.


Jer. 2, 6. e Pa. 78, 54. f Numbers
80, 1, 4 106, 9
k Number! 22,
Josh. 2, 9, 10. K Ps 48, 6,-h Gen. 36, 40.-I Deul. 2, 4
Josh. 2, 9,
11, 25
5, l.-ui Deut 2, 25,

78. 53,

2, 55.

7.-1 Josh.

EXODUS.

THE BITTER WATERS OF MARAH.


till thy people pass over,
the people pass over, which thou
hast purchased.
17 Thou shalt bring them in, and >'plant
them in the mountain of thine inheritance,
in the place, O Lord, which thou hast made
in the 'sanctuary, O
for thee to dwell in

as

still

"as a stone

Lord,

11.
1

Pet. 2,

9.

1.

80, 8.

Ps. 10, 16,

JO,

20,

146,

<t

10.

Isai. 67, 15.

Prov.

ch. 14, 28, 29.

u Judges

4, 4.
10, 5.

Sam.
1

Numb.

18, 6.

Smn.

Ps. 68, U,
140, 3,

6,16.

25,
15U, 4.

18, 7.

b ver.

25,

18.

That

II

33, 8.

||

e ch. 16, 2,
f ch. 14,

1,20.
17,3.

<fe

HI,

17,

<fe

Ps. 50, 15.

4.

h See 2

Kings

2,

21,

&

See

Jusli. 24, 25.

4, 41.

8, 2, 16.

Deul.
Judges

2, 22, <t

3,

k ch. 16,

4.

1, 4.

&

Ps. 66, 10,

ra

81,

shall

we

d Lam.
e

the

Lord

27 H "And they came

where

g ch. 15,25.

They murmur

for

ivere
k

.See ver. 10.

35, 2,

Numb.
See

promiseth them bread from heaven. 11 Quails are sent, 14 and


16 The ordering of manna. 25 It was not to be found on
the Sabbath.
32 An omer of it is preserved.

Sam.

Numb.

5.

and

in the

16, 16.

21.

Numb.

19.

Kings

13,
16,
8,

10, II.

p ver.

morning

In-ead to the full;


heareth your murmurings

Lord

which ye murmur against him and what


we ? your murmurings are not against us,
but ""against the Lord.
9 H And Moses spake unto Aaron, Say unto

are

all

the congregation of the children of Israel,


before the Lord
for he hath
:

heard your murmurings.


10 And it came to pass, as Aaron spake
unto the whole congregation of the children
of Israel, that they looked toward the wilderness,

and behold, the glory of the Lord "ap-

peared in the cloud.


11 H And the Lord spake unto Moses,
saying,

have heard the murmurings of the


speak unto them, saying,
shall
eat
flesh, and "^in the morneven
ye
'At
with
shall
be
filled
bread and ye shall
ye
ing
know that I am the Lord your God.
13 And it came to
pass, that at even 'the
quails came up, and
12

pI

children of Israel

8, 7.

Chap.

o ver, 7.

ND

day of the second month


78

40,

10, 16.
13, 2.

Rom

they "took their journey from


Elim, and all the congregation of
the children of Israel came unto
the wilderness of ''Sin, which is
)etween Elim and Sinai, on the

Isa.

16, 11.

Luke
of bread.

&

ver. 12, 13,

John 11,4,40.

manna.

fifteenth

See

Numb.
ch. 6, 7.
16, 28, 29, 30.

m
want

Deut.

h See ver. 22. Lev.


25,21.

CHAPTER XVL
to Sin.

8.

8, 2, 16.

come

the portion

Prov. 30,
Matt. 6, II.

the waters.

Israelites

Heb.

6,

Cor.

of a day in his

The
God

&

John

day.

twelve wells of water, and threescore and


ten palm-trees and they encamped there by

II, 4, 5.

105,40.

"that healeth thee.

to Elim,

Numb.

31, 32.
10, 3.

which is right in his sight, and w ilt give


ear to his commandments, and keep all his statutes, I will put none of these "'diseases upon
thee, which I have brought upon the Egyp-

eat,

"Come near

4, 9.

f Ps. 78, 24, 25.

that

8 And Moses said, This shall he when the


Lord shall give you in the evening flesh to

33, 10, 11.

15. 24.
Ps.
106, 25.
1
Cor.
JO, 10.

thou wilt diligently hearken


to the voice of the Lord thy God, and wilt do

am

Numb.

''it

33, 9.

c ch.

said, 'If

tians: for I

Numb.

b Ezek. 30, 15.

on the

for that the

1491.

to pass, that

prepare that which they


shall be twice as much as

6 And Moses and Aaron said unto all the


children of Israel, 'At even, then ye shall
know that the Lord hath brought you out
from the land of Egypt
7 And in the morning, then ye shall see
for that he heareth
''the glory of the Lord
your murmurings against the Lord
and
'what are we, that ye murmur against us?

147, 3.

Marah.

What

7, 12, 15.

Deut. 28, 27, 60.

<fe

drink
25 And he "^cried unto the Lord; and the
Lord shewed him a tree, Hvhich when he had
cast into the waters, the waters were made
sweet: there he 'made for them a statute and
an ordinance, and there ''he proved them,

26 And

Deut.

n ch. 23, 25.


Ps.
41,3, 4, & 103,3,

Marah for
name of it

come

shall

bitter-

is,

Ruth

ness.

24 And the people 'murmured against Moses, saying.

shall

they gather daily.

called

it

day they
bring in and
sixth

Numb.

thrown into the sea.


22 So Moses brought Israel from the Red
Sea, and they went out into the wilderness
of "Shur and they went three days in the
wilderness, and found no water.
23 H And when they came to ''Marah, they

was

And

I.

c Gen. 16, 7,

no.

Sam.

&

11, 34,

21, 21.

26, 59.

Sam.

z Judg.

with dances.
21 And Miriam "answered them, ''Sing
ye to the Lord, for he hath triumphed glothe horse and his rider hath he
riously

could not drink of the waters of


they were bitter therefore the

their departing out of the land of


Egypt.
2 And the whole congregation of the children of Israel '^murmured against Moses and
Aaron in the wilderness
3 And the children of Israel said unto them,
''Would to God we had died by the haind of
the Lord in the land of Egypt, ''when we sat
by the flesh-pots, and when we did eat bread
to the full for ye have brought us forth into
this wilderness, to kill this whole assembly
with hunger.
4 H Then said the Lord unto Moses, Behold, I will rain %read from heaven for you;
and the people shall go out and gather fa
certain rate every day, that I may ^prove
them, whether they will walk in my law, or
:

s ch. 14, 23.


21, 31.

^took

and

2. 14,

q Ps. 78, 54.

a timbrel in her hand


and all the women
timbrels,

Titus
Peter 2,

p Ps.44,S,

"the prophetess, "the

^with

&

43, 1, 3,
51, 10.
Jer. 3!,

her,

25, 37.

Isai

Lord, which thy hands have established.


18 'The Lord shall reigii for ever and ever.
19 For the 'horse of Pharaoh went in with
his chariots and with his horsemen into the
sea, and 'the Lord brought again the waters
of the sea upon them but the children of Israel went on dry land in the midst of the sea.
20 H And Miriam

after

Sam.

ch. '.9, 5.
Pent.
32,9. 2. Sam. 7,
23.
Ps. 74, 2.

went out

QUAILS AND MANNA ARE SENT.


after

till

sister of Aaron,

covered

the camp
the morning

and

in

'the

dew

8.

lay

round

q ver. 6.
r

ver. 7.

Numbers

about the host.


11. 31.

Ps, 78, 27, 28,


105, 40.
It

Numb, 11,9

&

14 And when the


dew that lay w as gone
up, behold,

upon the

CHAPTER

THE ORDERING OF THE MANNA.

round thing, as small as the hoar frost on the


ground
15 And when the children of Israel saw
||It is manna:
it, they said one to another,
And Moses
for they wist not what it was.
/*
which the
bread
the
said unto them, "This
Lord hath given you to eat.

u Numbers

which the Lord

16 H This is the
hath connnanded, Gather of it every man
according to his eating ^an omer ffor every
man according to the number of your fpersous, take ye every man for them which are
:

in his tents.

What

this!

is

or, it IS a portion.

John

68.

40,

31,

6,

Cor. 10,

3.

said.

Let no man leave of

it

you

forth from the land of Egypt.

by the poll,
or, head.

Hell, souls.

20, S,
35,
23, 3

31, 15,

Lev.

be kept.
the children of Israel did eat manna
came to a land inhabited: they did eat manna, until they came
unto the borders of the land of Canaan.

ver. 20.

1)

c ch. 20, 9, 10.

2 Kings

il

Numb.

g ch.
40,

&

Ueul.

5.

the sixth

unto the Lord


bake that which ye will bake to-day, and
and that which
seethe that ye will seethe
remaineth over, lay up for you to be kept
until the morning.
24 And they laid it up till the morning, as
Moses bade and it did not ''stink, neither
was there anv worm therein.
25 And Moses said, Eat that to-day for today is a sabbath unto the Lord to-day ye
:

Kings

10,

8, 9.

h Numbers

33, 38.

Deuteron. 8,2,

Neh.
John

SO,

9,

6,

a ch. 16,

Why

Neh.

Josh. 5, 12.
9, 15

3.

21.

31,49.

the

Numb.

1.

33, 12, 14.

Numb.

Deut

20, 3, 4.

Ps,

6, 16.

Isai

78, 18, 41.

7,12. Matt. 4,
1 Cor. 10, 9.

7.

d ch. 16,

in the field.

2.

Samuel

John

30,

8, 59,

&

6.

10,

31.

26 "Six days ye shall gather


seventh day, ivhich
shall be none.

27 H

And

it

came

it

but on the
it there

g Ezek.

''thou
20,8.

to pass, that there

went

long

the

Lord

said unto Moses,

ye Jp keep
laws ?

'refuse

20, 10, 11.


Ps. 78, 15, 20,
114,8.
105, 41,

and my
29 See,

for that the

Lord

every

man

k Numbers 20,

hath given you

13.

abide ye
no man go out

on the seventh day.


30 So the people rested on the seventh day.
31 And the house of Israel called the name

IS,

chiding,

or, strife.

in

Horeb

thee there

and thou

shalt

come water

smite the rock, and


And
out of it, that the people may drink.
elders
of
the
of
the
sight
Moses did so in
Israel.

And he

called

the

name

of the place

''lIMassah, and ||Meribah, because of the chiding of the children of Israel, and because
they tempted the Lord, saying, Is the Lord

Genesis

12.
36,
24, 20
I
Deut. 25, 17.

Numbers
Sam.

will stand before

there shall

among

of his place

tenta-

IS,

That

take in thine hand,

8.

tion.

II

river,

go.

upon the rock

7
That

you on the

day the bread of two days


in his place, let

Cor. 10, 4.

Ps. 81,7, 4:95,


Hebr. 3, 8.

the sabbath, therefore he giveth


sixth

&

How

my commandments

and

smotest the

6 'Behold,
Numb.

And

Numb,

h ch. 7,20.

out some of the people on the seventh day


for to gather, and they found none.

28

2, 6.

the sabbath, in

is

e ch. 14, 15.

it

Lord 1
And the

people thirsted there for water


and the people "murmured against Moses,
and said. Wherefore is this that thou hast
brought us up out of Egypt to kill us and
our children and our cattle with thirst
4 And Moses "cried unto the Lord, saying.
What shall I do unto this people 1 they be almost ready to "^stone me.
5 And the Lord said unto Moses, "Go on
before the people, and take with thee of the
and thy rod, wherewith
elders of Israel
3

shall not find

people murmur for water at Rephidim. 5 Goii sendeth him for


water to the rock m Horeb. 8 Amalek is overcome by the holding
up of Moses' hands. 15 Moses builrieth the altar JEHOVAH-nissi.

The

"all the congregation of the


children of Israel journeyed from
i'^ the wilderness of Sin, after their
journeys, according to the commandment of the Lord, and
and there
pitched in Rephidim
was no water for the people to drink.
2 ''Wherefore the people did chide with
Moses, and said. Give us water that we may
drink.
And Moses said unto them,
chide ye with me I wherefore do ye "tempt

the tenth part of an

ND

Numb.

20.

is

CHAPTER XVn.

&

16, 21,

2.'>,

an omer

ephah.

14.

Jl, 7, 8.

17, 10

years, 'until they

Now

36

17,

the sun

"the rest of the holy sabbath

And

35

''forty

day they gathered twice as much bread, two


omers for one 7nan : and all the rulers of the
congregation came and told Moses.
23 And he said unto them. This is that
which the Lord hath said. To-morrow is

brought

And Moses said unto Aaron, 'Take a


and put an omer full of manna therein,
and lay it up before the Lord, to be kept for
your generations.
34 As the Lord commanded Moses, so
Aaron laid it up ^before the Testimony, to

Clmp.

3.

78. 10, 22,


106, 13.

waxed hot it melted.


22 H And it came to pass, that on

pot,

Ilel).

the morning.

20 Notwithstanding, they hearkened not


unto Moses but some of them left of it until
the morning, and it bred worms, and stank
and Moses was wroth with them.
21 And they gathered it every morning,
every man according to his eating: and when

in the wilderness,

33

I's.

till

when

fed

you

eating.

And Moses

an omer

of it to be kept for your generations


that
they may see the bread wherewith I have

y ver. 36

And when

19

the thing

is

Fill

a Gen. 2,

less.

they did mete it with an


18
omer, ''he that gathered much had nothing
over, and he that gathered little had no lack:
they gathered every man according to his

made with honey.


And Moses said. This
which the Lord commandeth.

z 2 Cor. 8, 15.

some more, some

gathered,

and Ht was like corianderand the taste of it ivas like wa-

32 1

the children of Israel did so, and

And

fers

ct 105. 40.

Or,

Manna

seed, white

7.

II,

Neh.
D<!Ut.e,3.
Ps.78,24,
9.15.

thing

THE PEOPLE MURMUR FOR WATER.

thereof

of the wilderness there Imj "a small

face

17

XVII.

15, 2,

us,

or not

H 'Then came Amalek, and fought with

Israel in

Rephidim.
79

EXODUS.

MOSES ENTERTAINETH JETHRO.


9 And Moses said unto "Joshua, Choose us
out men, and go out, fight with Amalek tomorrow I will stand on the top of the hill
with "the rod of God in mine hand.
10 So Joshua did as Moses had said to him,
:

and fought with Amalek and Moses, Aaron,


and Hur, went up to the top of the hill.

JETHRO

him
m

II

Called Jesus.
Acts 7, 45. Hebr.
4,8.

8
his

Jame:: 5, 16.

that

up

"held

hand,

his

when

down

he

his hand,

let

19.

Sam.

15, 3. 7,

&

30,1.17.

II

2 Sam.
E/ra, 9,

all

6, 24.

Because the

Or,

hand o^ Amalek

Am-

therefore, &c.

alek prevailed.

12 But Moses' hands


loere 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 the
one side, and the other on the other side
and his hands were steady until the going

upon

Lord.

the

a ch. 2, 16,

h Ps, 44,

78, 4,
105, 5, 43,
106, 2, 8.

d Acts 7, 29.
e ch. 2, 22.

of

it

his

That

my God

is,

a help.

g Gen. 14,

&

2.

&

17,

19,

Kings

an

altar,

18,

1.

2, 19.

h Gen. 29,

&

13,

33, 4.

Amalek from generation

11, 7.

Numb,

HEN "Jethro

Midian, Moses' father-inlaw, heard of all that ''God


had done for Moses, and
for Israel his people,

that the

Ps. 78, 42, <t 61,


7,
106, 10,
107, 2.

&

&

Luke

the priest of

and

68.

1,

2Ghron.2,

&

95, 3,
135, 5.

eh.

&

Ps

5.

97, 9, i-

1, 10. 16,

5. 2,

22,

&

7,

14.

6, 18.

Sam.

40,

Neh.

2, 3.

16,29.

9, 10.

.lob

Ps.

12.

11,

31,23,4 119,21.
Luke I, 51.
o

Lord had brought

Deut. 12,
Chron. 29,
Cor. 10,

7.

22.

18,

21,

31.

Egypt

p Lev. 24. 12.

2 Then Jethro, Moses' father-in-law, took


Zipporah, Moses' wife, "^after he had sent
her back,
of which the 'name
3 And her ''two sons
of the one xoas ||Gershom; (for he said, I
have been an alien in a strange land :)
4 And the name of the other was ||Eliezer
(for the God of my father, said he, tvas mine
help, and delivered me from the sword of

Num.

15, 34.

q ch. 23, 7, A- 24,


14.
Deut. 17, 8.
2 Sam. 15,3. Job
31, 13.
Acts 18,
15.

Cor. 6,

1.

Heb. a man and


his fellow,

Lev. 24,

15.

Num.

<t 27, 6,
36, 6, 7,

15, 35,

A'c,

<t

8, 9.

And

Jethro, Moses' father-in-law,

Heb. Fading thou


wilt fade.

Numb.

ch. 3, 12.

Deut.

:)

came
with his sons and his wife unto Moses into
the wilderness, where he encamped at "^the
mount of God
5

u ch.

11, 14, 17.


1, 9, 12.

16,

4,

19.

And

he said unto Moses, I thy father-inlaw Jethro am come unto thee, and thy wife,
and her two sons with her.
7 H And Moses 'went out to meet his
father-in-law, and did obeisance, and ''kissed
80

Deut.

Numb.

y Deut.

<fe

20,

5, 5.

27, 5.

the goodness

Egyptians.
10 And Jethro said, ""Blessed be the Lord,
who hath delivered you out of the hand of
tlie
Egyptians, and out of the hand of
Pharaoh, who hath delivered the people
from under the hand of the Egyptians.
11 Now I know that the Lord is 'greater
than all gods
""for in the thing wherein
they dealt "proudly, he icas above them.
12 And Jethro, Moses' father-in-law, took

God

a burnt-offering and sacrifices for


all

and

the elders of Israel, to

eat bread with Moses' father-in-law "before

God.
13 H

And

Moses

it

came

to pass

on the morrow,

judge the people and the


people stood by Moses from the morning
unto the evening.
14 And when Moses' father-in-law saw all
that he did to the people, he said. What is
this thing that thou doest to the people 1
Why sittest thou thyself alone, and all the
people stand by thee from morning unto
even ?
15 And Moses said unto his father-in-law,
Because ''the people come unto me to inquire of

sat to

God

16 When they have ia matter, they come


unto me, and I judge between f one and another, and I do 'make thetn know the statutes of God, and his laws.
17 And Moses' father-in-law said unto him.
The thing that thou doest is not good.
18 fThou wilt surely wear away, both
thou, and this people that is with thee
for
this thing is too heavy for thee
"thou art
not able to perform it thyself alone.
19 Hearken now unto my voice, I will
give thee counsel, and 'God shall be with
thee
Be thou "for the people to God-ward,
that thou mayest "bring the causes unto God:
20 And thou shalt ^teacli them ordinances
and laws, and shalt shew them ""the way
wherein they must walk, and "the work that
they must do.
21 Moreover, thou shalt provide out of all
the people, ''able men, such as 'fear God,
:

4, 1,5, <& 5,

1, tc 6,

7,

Deut.

1.

1,2,

11.

z Ps. 143,

a Deut.

8.

1, 18.

b ver. 25.
15. 16,

2Chmn.
Acts
c

all

Jethro rejoiced for

Pharaoh

And

that

20, 14.

k Genesis 14, 20
2 Samuel 18, 26.

XVHI.

Jethro bringeth to Moses his wife and two sons. 7 Moses entertameth him. 13 Jethro's counsel is accepted. 27 Jethro departeth.

Ueh. found them.


Genesis 44, 34.

to generation.

CHAPTER

Gen.
2 Sam.

43, 27.

'delivered

which the Lord had done to Israel, whom


he had delivered out of the hand of the

Aaron came, and

and called the

Lord

f ch. 3. I, 12.

said,

Israel out of

a stran-

is,

+ Heh. peace.

built

HBecause fthe Lord hath


sworn that the Lord will have war with

II

is

HJEHOVAH-nissi

16 For he

That

ger there.

people with the edge of the sword.


14 And the Lord said unto Moses, ^Write
th.h for a memorial in a book, and rehearse
it in the ears of Joshua: for ^I will utterly
put out the remembrance of Amalek from

name

&

c ch. 4, 26.

II

under heaven.
15 And Moses

&

&

that

travail

1.

1,

15,

14,

down of the sun.


13 And Joshua discomfited Amalek and

& 3,
& 77,

16, 18.
19, 5-10.

6, 3.

Gen. 42,

all

Lord had

them.
9

the hand
the throne of

t Heb.

the

the

is

against the throne


of the Lord,

the

liadfcome upon them


by the way, and how

Thatls, lAeLoRn
my banner : See

Judges
II

told

father-in-law

done unto Pharaoh,


and to the Egyptians,
for Israel's sake, and

24, 20.

2.'),

8, 12.
14.

that Israel prevailed:

and

Numbers
Deut.

And it came to
when Moses
pass,

And Moses

ch. 4, 20.

p ch. 34, 27.

11

COUiNSEL TO MOSES.

and they asked each other of their


and they came into the tent.

fwelfare

18.

Sam. 23. 3.
Chr.m 19,9.

2
2

CHAPTER

JETHRO'S COUNSEL TO MOSES.

MODNT

B.C. 1491

Israel

J Ezek. 18,

8.

e Deut. 16, 19.

24 So Moses hearkened to the voice of his


father-in-law, and did all tliat he had said.
25 And 'Moses chose able men out of all
Israel, and made them heads over the peoof thousands, rulers of hundreds,

rulers of fifties,

and

rulers of tens.

36,

1.

i-17,

I, IT,

8.

Numh.

h
1

to ''their place in peace.

&

27, 2,

Deul.

burden with thee.


23 If thou shalt do this thing, and God
command thee so, then thou shalt be 'able
to endure, and all this people shall also go

Num.

11.

all

''and it shall be, that every great


seasons
matter they shall bring unto thee, but every
so shall it be
small matter they shall judge
easier for thyself, and ''they shall bear the

ple, rulers

Lev. 24,
15,33,

g ver. 26.
''at

11, 17

ver. 18.

k Geii.

Ch.
Sa

29.

&

33,

18,
25.

30,

16.
19.

39.
I

Ads

Deut. 1,15,
6,5,

111

ver, 22.

II

Job 29,

Numb.

a.

Numb.

16.

10, 29, 30,

1491.
33, 15,

b ch. 17,
c ch. 3,

1, 8.
1, 12.

Arts

d ch. 20, 21
7, 38.

rael

Deut, 29,

And

they '"judged the people at all seasons


the "hard causes they brought unto
Moses, but every small matter they judged

5, 2.

&

7,

14, 2, 21,

&

Deut6,

&

4, 20,

&

26, 18,
1

Kings

32, 8, 9.
8, 53. Ps.

Cant. 8,
135, 4.
Isaiah 41, 8,
12.

&43,

themselves.

.ler. 10,

1.

Mai.

IB.

17.

3,

Tit. 2, 14.

27 \ And Moses let his father-in-law depart: and he went his way into his own land.

CHAPTER
1

XIX.

k ch.

mount.

Deul. 33, 2,
Peter 2,
1
Kev. I, 6,
10,

IN the

third

month,

when

the children of

3, 4.
5.

9.

&

5,

20, 6.

Lev. 20, 24, 26.


Deut, 7. 6,
26,
Isai.
19, A- 28,9.

&

62, 12.

Deut.

.lob 41,
10, 14.
11.
Ps. 24, l,<t
50, 12. 1 Cor. 10,
20, 28.

The

people come to Sinai. 3 God's message by Moses unto the


people out of the mount.
8 The people's answer returned agam.
10 The people are prepared against the third day.
12 The mountain must not be touched.
16 The fearful presence of God upon the

9, 29.

17.

Cor.

3,

Thess.

5,

have seen what I did unto the Egypand ho^v ^'I bare you on eagles' wings,
and brought yon unto myself
5 Now ''therefore, if ye will obey my voice
indeed, and keep my covenant, then 'ye shall
be a peculiar treasure unto me above all
people for ''all the earth is mine
6 And ye shall be unto me a 'kingdom of
These are the
priests, and a '"holy nation.
words which thou shalt speak unto the chil4

2.

g Deut. 32, II. Isai.


63.9. Rev. 12, 14.

h Deut.

were gone forth

of the land of
Egypt, the same day
"came they into the
wilderness of Sinai.
2 For they were departed from ''Rephidim, and were come
to the desert of Si^^ nai, and had pitched
in the wilderness; and there Israel camped
before ""the mount.
3 And ''Moses went up unto God, and
the Louu ''called unto him out of the mountain, saying. Thus shalt thou say to
the
house of Jacob, and tell the children of Is-

e ch. 3, 4.
r

SINAI.

out

f ver. 26.

and rulers of tens


22 And let them judge the people

26

THE PEOPLE COME TO

AND tlOONT HORKB.

rilNAI

and
of truth, ''liHtiug covetousiiess
place such over them to be rulers of thousands, and rulers of hundreds, rulers of fifties,

meu

XIX.

"^Ye

tians,

dren of

Israel.

H And Moses came and

called for the


and
laid
before their
of
the
people,
elders
words
which
all
these
the
Lord comfaces
manded him.

SI

THE I'EOPLE SANCTIFIED AT

And

EXODUS.

SINAI.

people answered together,


and said, All that the Lord hath spoken we
will do.
And Moses returned the words of
the people unto the Lord.
9 And the Lord said unto Moses, Lo, I
come unto thee "in a thick cloud, ^that the
people may hear when I speak with thee,
8

and ""beHeve thee for ever. And Moses


the words of the people unto the Lord.

told

<fc 26, 17.


ver. 16.
Ch. 20,
21,
34, 15, 16.
Deut. 4, II. Vs.
18, 11, 12, <t 97,

&

Hebr.

the sight of

all

the

Lord

for

come down in
people upon Mount Sinai.

u Hebr.

CHAPTER

12, 20.

Or, cornet-

II

X ver. 16,
ver. 10.
z ver. 11.
1

Sam.

21, 4, 5.

7, 3.

||

wives.

on the third day


in the morning, that there were ^'thunders
and lightnings, and a 'thick cloud upon the
mount, and the ''voice of the trumpet exto pass

12, 18, 19.

Heb.
Rev.

4,

5,

8,

cSc

so that

all

the people that

was in the camp "trembled.


17 And 'Moses brought forth the people
out of the camp to meet with God
and

7, 3.

1, 2, 3.

Gen

15, 17.
Ps.
144,5. Rev. 15,8.
8,
77,
18,
114,7. Jer.
4,24. Heb. 12,26.

&

k Ps. 6S,

ver. 13.

81, 7.
t

Heb. contest.

Sam,

6, 19.

p Lev. 10, 3.
q 2 Sam. 6, 7,

8.

Josh. 3,4.

r ver. 12.

a Deut. 5, 22.
b Lev. 26, 1, 13.
Deut. 5, 6.
Ps.
61,10. Hos. 13,4.
c ch. 13, 3.
t Heb. servants.

d Deut.

&

5, 7,

6,

2 Kings 17,
Jer. 25, 6,

14,

&

35.

35, 15.
e Lev. 26,

Deut.

1.

4, 16,

8,

5,

<fe

Ps. 97,7.
f ch. 23, 24.
Josh.
23, 7.
2 Kings
17, 35.
15, 19.

g ch. 34,

they stood at the nether part of the mount.


18 And ^Mount Sinai was altogether on a

And

21,29

Job

Lord came down upon Mount

Rom. 11,28.
k ch. 23, 1.
Lev.
Deut. 6,
19, 12.
Ps. 15, 4.
11.
iVtatt. 5, 33.

Mic.

6, 11.

and

ch. 31, 13, 14.


19, 3, 30,
26,2. Deut. 5, 12.
ch. 23, 12,
31,

&

Ezek. 20,

3.

Luke

12.

o Gen. 2, 2,

p Neh.

13, 14.

Ch.

3.

&

16, 26,

31,15.

13,

16,

17,

Deut.

3.

19,
16.

Lev.

26.

5,

Jer. 35, 7,18,

Matt. 15,

19.

&

19,

19.

7,

10,

&

4,

Mark

10, 19.
18, 20.

Luke
Ephes.

6, 2.

3 Deut. 5, 17. Matt.

5,21.
t

Deut.

Rom.

13,9.

5, 18.

Matt.

19, II.

Deut.

5, 27.

uLev.

5, 19.

Hebr.

them

is,

and

Matt. 19, 18.

18. I Deut. 5,21.


5, 3, 5.

that in

thy God giveth thee.


not kill.
not commit adultery.
not steal.
16 "Thou shalt not bear false witness
against thy neighbour.
17 "Thou shalt not covet thy neighbour's

2, 2.

r ch. 23,

all

which the Lord


13 'Thou shalt
14 'Thou shalt
15 "Thou shalt

18, 19.

q Gen.

and

wherefore the Lord


blessed the sabbath-day, and hallowed it.
12 H "^Honour thy father and thy mother
that thy days may be long upon the land

&

23,

earth, the sea,

rested the seventh day

15,4 34,21. Lev.

&

ch. 34, 7.
Deut
Ps. 89, 347, 9.

Lev.

the

65,

&.

it

5, 4,

6,7. Jer. 2,9,


32, 18

the sabbath-day to keep

9 "Six days shalt thou labour, and do all


thy work
10 But the "seventh day is the sabbath of
the Lord thy God in it thou shalt not do
any work, thou, nor thy son, nor thy daughter, thy man-servant, nor thy maid-servant,
nor thy cattle, 'nor thy stranger that is
within thy gates
11 For '^in six days the Lord made heaven

21, 19.
Ps. 79,
109, 4. Isai.

14,20, 21,

"Remember

holy.

8,4

on the top of the mount


and the
Lord called Moses up to the top of the
mount and Moses went up.
21 And the Lord said unto Moses, Go
down, fcharge the people, lest they break
through unto the Lord "to gaze, and many
of them perish.
22 And let the priests also which come
near to the Lord, Psanctify themselves, lest
the Lord 'break forth upon them.
23 And Moses said unto the Lord, The
people cannot come up to Mount Sinai for
S2
Sinai,

15.
19.

&

20

6,

34, 7.
Lev.
20, 5,
26, 39,
40.
Numb. 14,
18, 33.
1
Kings

a voice.

&

h ch.

it

mount quaked greatly.


19 And 'when the voice of the trumpet
sounded long, and waxed louder and louder,
"'Moses spake, and "God answered him by

Deut.

Joshua 24,
Neh. 1, 2.

'and the smoke thereof ascended as


smoke of a furnace, and ''the whole

"in fire

the

Lord descended upon

24,

4,

in vain.

Isai. 44,

14.

thy God,

5.

3,

Lord

m Hebr. 12, 21.


n Neh. 9, 13. Ps.
o See ch.

the

3 ''Thou shalt have no other gods before me.


4 "Thou shalt not make unto thee auj^
graven image, or any likeness of any thing
that is in heaven above, or that is in the
earth beneath, or that is in the water under
the earth
5 "^Thou shalt not bow down thyself to
them, nor serve them
for I the Lord thy
God am ^a jealous God, '"visiting the iniquity
of the fathers upon the children unto the
third and fourth generation of them that
hate me
6 And 'shewing mercy unto thousands of
them that love me, 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

3, 3.

h ch. 3, 2, &. 24,


17.
2 Chron. 7,
i

am

these

of the land of Egypt, "out of


the house of f bondage.

Isai.

Hab.

''I

"all

1.

Hebr. 12, 21.


Deut. 4, 10.
S Deut.4, 11,&33,
2.
Judges 5, 5.
f

Ps.68,

people are afraid. 20 Moses


24 Of what sort the

forbidden.

which have brought thee out

6, 4.

is

ND

d Rev. 1,10, ct 4,

The

be.

14.

smoke, because the

should

God spake
words, saying,

27,15.

ten commandments.
18
cornforleth them.
22 Idolatry

11, 19.
c ver. 9.
Ch. 40,
34.
2.Chron. 5,

ceeding loud

The

altar

Cor.

b Ps. 77,18.
5,

XX.

19.

came

Ch.

34,5. Deut. 33, 2.

'will

it

15, 5.

ver. 16, 18.

And

Gen. 35,

Lev.

7, 5.
:

12 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
"whosoever touclieth the mount shall be surely put to death
13 There shall not a hand touch it, but he
shall surely be stoned or shot through
whether it be beast or man, it shall not live
when the ^trumpet soundeth long, they
shall come up to the mount.
14 1[ And Moses went down from the
mount unto the people, and ''sanctified the
people and they washed their clothes.
15 And he said unto the people, ^Be ready
against the third day
"come not at your

16 H

10, 22.

ver. 14.

Zech.

the third day the

36.

12,

12, 29, 30.


q ch. 14, 31.
r Lev. II, 44, 45.

be ready against the third day

17, 5.

John

clothes,

And

5, 27,

2.

10 H And the Lord said unto Moses, Go


unto the people, and 'sanctify them to-day
and to-morrow, and let them 'wash their
11

nch.24, 3,7. Deut.

2.
Matt.
p Deut. 4,

THE TEN COMMANDMENTS.

thou chargedst us, saying, 'Set bounds about


the mount, and sanctify it.
24 And the Lord said unto him. Away, get
thee down, and thou shalt 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.
25 So Moses went down unto the people,
and spake unto them.

B.C. 1491.

tlie

"all

13, 5,

Rom.
Mir. 2,

13, 9.
2.

Hab.

Thess.
2, 9.

4,

6. w

Luke

Deut. 5, 20,
1.
Acts 20, 33. Rom.

ch. 23,

12, 15.

&

19, 16.

Matt. 19,

7, 7, <t 13, 9.

F.ph.

;
:

CHAPTER

DIVERS LAWS

house, 'thou shah not covet thy neighbour's


wife, nor his man-servant, nor his maid-servant, nor his ox,

nor his

y Job.fl,
6, 29.

that is thy neighbour's.


18 T[ And ^all the people "saw the thunder-

Jer. 5, 8.

Matt.

5, 28.

|z Heb. 12, 18.

a Rev.

and the hghtnings, and the noise of the


and
trumpet, and the mountain ''smoking
when the people saw it, they removed, and

18.

Deut.5, 27,
Gal.

16.

A- 18,

he

19,
Ileb. 12, 19.

20.

d Deut.

stood afar

3,

19 And they said unto Moses, "Speak thou


with us, and we will hear but ""let not God
speak with us, lest we die.
20 And Moses said unto the people, ^Fear
"^for God is
come to prove you, and
not
^that his fear may be before your faces, that
ye sin not.
21 And the people

Samuel

12, 20.

Gen. 22,

Deut.

1.

2,

10,

&

6,

12,

&

19,

17, 13. 19,

20,

&

4, 10,

28, 58.

Prov. 3, 7, A- 16,

Isai. 8, 13.

6.

ch. 19, 16. Deut.


1 Kingii 8,

6. 5.

12.
1

Deut.

Neh.

4, 36.

9, 13.

and

k ch.3-2, 1,2,4.

Moses drew near un-

Sam. 5, 4, 5.
Kings 17, 33.

afar

off,

to ''the thick

where God was.


22

And

T[

the

Cur. 6, 14, 15, 16.

Lord

Thus

unto the children of


Ye have seen
that I have talked with you 'from heaven.
23 Ye shall not make ''with me gods of
silver, neither shall ye make unto you gods
Israel

thou shalt make


unto me, and shalt sacrifice thereon thy
burnt-offerings, and thy peace-offerings, 'thy
I

and
25

oxen

my name

record

in all ""places

come unto

will

thou wilt make me an altar of


stone, thou shalt not f build it of hewn stone,
for if thou lift up thy tool upon it, thou hast
polluted

"if

it.

a man, so that he die,

7, 16,

Ezra
Neh. 1,

12.

6,

shall be surely put to

9.

Jer. 7,

7.

death.

13 And''if a man lie


not in wait, but God

n Gen. 12,2. Deut.


7, 13.

o Deut. 27,5. Josh.


8,31-

'deliver

Heb. Iiuild them


with hewing.

hand

a ch. 24,3,4. Deut.

4, 14,

Hebr.

with

Heb. saying

his

shall

12,

22,

8, 2S.

Neh.

ver. 2, 3.

5, 5.

t Heb. be evilin the

24,

these are the judgments

Matt.

k Numbers 35, 22.

Deut 19,4,
Sam.

II

5.

24, 4, 10,

six

and

buy a Hebrew
he shall

years
in the

seventh he

for nothing.

35, 11.

Numb.

15, 3D,

35. 20.

Deut. 19.
Heb. 10,

11,12.
26.

Kings

2.

2 Kings

28-34.

11, 15.

p Deut. 24, 7.
T Gen. 37, 2S.
r ch. 22, 4.

3 If he came in fby himself, he shall go


out by himself: if he were married, then his
wife shall go out with him.

master have given him a wife, and


she have borne him sons or daughters, the
wife and her children shall be her master's,
and he shall go out by himself
his

the servant fshall plainly say,

Numbers

Deut. 19,3. Josh.


20,2,
n

servant,

Lev

Prov.
20, 9.
20, 20. Matt. 15,

Mark

4.
li

i{

7, 10.

his

Or, rtvilelk.

Sam.

money.

and hurt a w oman with


from her, and
he shall be surely
yet no mischief follow
punished, according as the woman's husband
and he shall "pay as the
will lay upon him

22 H

Or, Aii neighbour.


2

If

men

strive,

child, so that her fruit depart

3, 29.

Heb. his ceasing.

Hebrew avenged.
Genesis

Rom.

4,

15^24.

13, 4

u Lev. 25, 45. 46


X ver. 30,

will

shalt "set before

them.
2 ""If thou

go out free

Numb.

18.

which thou

serve

Lev.

9, 6.
17.

35, 30. 31.


26, 52.

sion of ilarm.

OW

Cor. 7, 5.

Gen.

"'I

^^

say.

d ch. 12,

into his

appoint thee a place


. .--^^
whither he shall flee.
14 But if a man come "presumptuously
upon his neighbour, to slay him with guile
"thou shalt take him from mine altar, that
he may die.
15 \ And he that smiteth his father, or his
mother, shall be surely put to death.
16 H And ""he that stealeth a man, and
selleth him, or if he be 'found in his hand,
he shall surely be put to death.
17 H And 'he that l|curseth his father or his
mother, shall surely be put to death.
18 T[ And if men strive together, and one
smite another with a stone, or with his fist,
and he die not, but keepeth his bed
19 If he rise again, and walk abroad 'upon
his staff, then shall he that smote him be quit
only he shall payybr fthe loss of his time,
and shall cause him to be thoroughly healed.
20 H And if a man smite his servant, or his
maid, with a rod, and he die under his hand
he shall be surely fpunished.
21 Notwithstanding, if he continue a day
for "he is
or two, he shall not be punished

body.

him
then

Jer. 34, 14.

^^.^ -^

6, 1.

b Lev. 25, 39, 40,


41. Deut. 15, 12.

XXI.

for men-servants.
5 For the servant whose ear is boreii. 7
For women-servants. 12 For manslaughter. 16 For stealers of
men. 17 For cursers of parents. 18 For smiters. 22 For a hnrt
by chance. 29 For an ox that goreth. 33 For him that is an occa-

if

10, 12.

Laws

5 'And

eyes of. ^c.

CHAPTER

It

11,

26,

13.

Ps. 74,

12,

ered thereon.

shall

II,

c Ps. 40, 6.

26 Neither shalt thou go up by steps unto


mine altar, that thy nakedness be not discov-

14, 23,

6,

c Deut. 15, 16, 17.

I will "bless thee.

And

16,

6, 6.

where
thee,

12, 5,

21,

Kings 8, 43,
&9, 3. ithron.

altar of earth

sheep, and thine

1, 2.

Deut.

2.

An

Lev.

of gold.

24 H

unto
Moses,
thou shalt say

said

Ezek. 20, 39, A43, 8.


Dan. 5, 4,
23. Zeph. 1.5. 2

darkness

for ever.

8 If she tplease not her master, who hath


betrothed her to himself, then shall he let
her be redeemed
to sell her unto a strange
nation he shall have no power, seeing he
hath dealt deceitfully with her.
9 And if he have betrothed her unto his
son, he shall deal with her after the manner
of daughters.
10 If he take him another wife ; her food,
her raiment, ''and her duty of marriage shall
he not diminish.
11 And if he do not these three unto her,
then shall she go out free without money.
1211'Hethatsmiteth

13, 3.

g Deut.

him

men-servants do.

Isai. 41, 10, 13.

shall serve

7 H And if a man 'sell his daughter to be a


maid-servant, she shall not go out ^as the

5, 25.

off.

stood

I, 10, 12.

b ch. 19,

ings,

my

I will

Prov.

9.

AND ORDINANCES.

master, my wife, and my children


not go out free
6 Then his master shall bring him unto
the ''judges
he shall also bring him to the
door, or unto the door-post; and his master
shall "bore his ear through with an awl
and

love

nor any thing

ass,

XXI.

22, 18, 10

Deuter.

judges di'frrmiiie.
1

S3

EXODUS.

DIVERS LAWS

23 And

if

shalt give

any mischief
for

life

24 ''Eye

follow, then thou

life,

hand

for eye, tooth for tooth,

hand, foot for

25 Burning

for

y Leviticus 24, 20.


Deuter. 19, 21.

Matt. 5, 38.

for burning,

man

wound

for

he

shall

let

him go

Numt>

a ver. 22.
35, 31.

See Zech. 11,12,


Matt. 26, 15.

13.

he smite out his man-servant's


he shall
tooth, or his maid-servant's tooth
let him go free for his tooth's sake.
28 \ If an ox gore a man or a woman, that
they die then ''the ox shall be surely stoned,
and his flesh shall not be eaten but the owner of the ox shall he quit.
29 But if the ox were wont to push with
his 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.
30 If there be laid on him a sum of money,
then he shall give for '"the ransom of his life
whatsoever is laid upon him.
31 Whether he have gored a son, or have
gored a daughter, according to this judgment
shall it be done unto him.
32 If the ox shall push a man-servant, or
he shall give unto their masa maid-servant

Phil. 2, 7.

if

Or, goat.

a 3 Samuel

12,

Luke

19, 9.

Prov.

6, 31.

f>.

See

b Matt. 24, 43.

Numb.

ter ''thirty shekels of silver,

and the ^ox

35, 27.

d rh.21,2.

See verse
Prov. 6, 31.

ver. 4

shall

shall open a pit, or if a


and not cover it, and an

the

the dead heast shall be

shall make it good,


owner of them and

6. <t ver.

Deut. 25,
Chron. 19,

1.

10.

his.
k Hcbr.

6, 16.

be known that the ox hath used


in time past, and his owner hath not
kept him in he shall surely pay ox for ox,
and the dead shall be his own.

CHAPTER
5

fornication.
18
21 Of strangers,

14

Of borrowing.

t Ilebr. weigh.
Oeu. 23, 16.

"F a

man

n Genesis
16

Of

llsheep,

29 Of the

kill

an ox, or a
sell it; he
oxen for an ox,

it,

shall restore five

and "four sheep

Sam.

12,
I

18, 25.

o Lev. la, 26, 31, <t


20, 27. Deut. 18,

or

for a sheep.

be found ""breakH
ing up, and be smitten that he
die, there shall ""no blood he shed for him.
3 If the sun be risen upon him, there shall
he blood shed for him for he should make
full restitiuion
if he have nothing, then he
shall be ''sold for his theft.
4 If the theft be certainly ""found in his hand
84
2

34,

Deut. 22, 29.

first-fruits.

shall steal

and

11.

10,

28, 3,

Sam.

9,

p Lev. 18,23,

>t 20,

15.

If a thief

Numb.

25.

2,

7,

Deut. 13, 1,
2, 5, 6, 9, 13, 14,
8.

15,

&

17,

2,3,

5.

And

if

torn.

came

for his hire.

And

man entice a maid that is


not betrothed, and lie with her, he shall
surely endow her to be his wife.
17 If her father utterly refuse to give her
unto him, he shall tp^y money according to
the "dowry of virgins.
18 H "Thou shalt not suffer a witch to live.
19 H P Whosoever lieth with a beast shall
surely be put to death.
20 H ''He that sacrificeth unto any god, save
unto the Lord only, he shall be utterly de16

TI

""if

stroyed.

restitu-

Of witchcraft. 19 Of bestiality. 20 Of idolatry.


widows, and fatherless. 25 Of usury. 26 Of pledges.

28 Of reverence tu magistrates.

he that

man borrow aught of his


neighbour, and it be hurt, or die, the owner
thereof being not with it, he shall surely
make it good.
15 But if the owner thereof be with it, he
shall not make it good
if it be a hired thing,
it

XXII.

Of damage. 7 Of trespasses.

which was

14 H

Gen. 31, 39.

Deut. 22, 28,29,

if it

Of theft.

make

neighbour's goods.
9 For all manner of trespass, whether it be
for ox, for ass, for sheep, for raiment, or for
any manner of lost thing which another challengeth to be his the 'cause of both parties
shall come before the judges
and whom the
judges shall condemn, he shall pay double
unto his neighbour.
10 If a man deliver unto his neighbour an
ass, or an ox, or a sheep, or any beast to
keep and it die, or be hurt, or driven away,
no man seeing it
11 Then shall an ''oath of the Lord be between them both, that he hath not put his
hand unto his neighbour's goods and the
owner of it shall accept thereof, and he shall
not make it good.
12 And 'if it be stolen from him, he shall
make restitution unto the owner thereof.
13 If it be torn in pieces then let him bring
it for witness, and he shall not make good
that

also they shall divide.

surely

shall

35 \ And if one man's ox hurt another's


that he die, then they shall sell the live ox,
and divide the money of it, and the dead ox
36 Or
to push

consumed therewith

fire

h ch. 2J.
28

money unto

or the field be

],

give

vineyard

ox or an ass fall therein


34 The owner of the pit
a,<f

shall cause a field or

e ch. 21, 16.

man

man

If a

7 H 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,
let him pay double.
8 If the thief be not found, then the master
of the house shall be brought unto the 'judges,
to see whether he have put his hand unto his

if

he

tion.

shall dig a pit,

kindled the

man

that the stacks of corn, or the standing corn,

free for his eye's


1)

be stoned.
33 H And

or sheep

per-

it

sake.

27 And

ass,

and shall put in his beast, and


of the best
shall feed in another man's field
of his own field, and of the best of his own
vineyard, shall he make restitution.
6 H If fire break out, and catch in thorns, so

wound,

smite the eye of his

servant, or the eye of his maid, that


ish

be ox, or

it

to be eaten,

foot,

if

whether

alive,

shall "^restore double.

stripe for stripe.

26 H And

AND ORDINANCES.

ch. 23, 9.

Lev.

25, 35.
Deut, 10.19. .Ter.
19, 33. A-

7,6.

Mai

Zrch.",
a. 5

10.

21 H 'Thou shalt neither vex a stranger,


for ye were strangers in
nor oppress him
the land of Egypt.
:

CHAPTER

DIVERS LAWS

22 H-'Ye shall not


afflict any widow, or

Deiit.

unto

nie,

1,

wax

hot,

and

unto me, that I will hear for I am ''gracious.


28 H ''Thou shalt not revile the ||gods, nor
curse the ruler of thy people.
29 H Thou shalt not delay to offer f'the
first of thy ripe fruits, and of thy fliquors
^the first-born of thy sons shalt thou give
unto me.
30 ''Likewise shalt thou do with thine oxen,
and with thy sheep ''seven days it shall be
with his dam on the eighth day thou shalt
give it me.
31 H And ye shall be 'holy men unto me:
''neither shall ye eat amj flesh that is torn of
beasts in the field ye shall cast it to the dogs.
;

"shalt not

20

raise a false
put not thine hand with
the wdcked to be an ''unrighteous witness.
2 TI'^Thou shalt not follow a
multitude to do evil
''neither
shalt thou fspeak in a cause to decline after
many to wrest judgment
3 11 Neither shalt thou countenance a poor

report

X Jol) 31, 23.

Lev. 25, 35, 36,


37. Deut. 23. 19,
Neh. 5. 7.
20.
Ezek.
Ps. 15, 5.

18,8, 17.

||

"If

thou meet thine enemy's ox or his


ass going astray, thou
shalt surely bring it

back to him again.


5 If thou see the
ass of hiin that hateth

^Thou

liv

poor

ill

thee lying under his


burden, ||and wouldst
fori)car to help him,
'".
^:
:?
thou shalt surely help
witli him.
shalt not wrest the judgment of
bis cause.

Deut. 24,

10,

6,

Jol.22,

13,17.

fi,

&

24, 3, 9. Prnv.
20, 16, <t 22, 27.

Ezek.

18,

Amos

2, 8.

the field shall eat.

16.

7,

Chron..30,

yard.

2
Ps.

9.

12 "Six days thou shalt do thy work, and


on the seventh day thou shalt rest that thine
ox and thine ass may rest, and the son of
thy handmaid, and the stranger, may be re-

86, 15.

d Eccles.
Acts 23,

10,
5.

20.
Juile

8.
II

Or, judges.

Ver.

8, 9.
Ps. 82, 6.
t Heb. thy fulness.
e chap. 23, 16, 19.

freshed.

Prov. 3, 9.
t Hel). tear.
f ch.

13, 2,
34, 19.

&.

12,

e Deut. 15, 19.


h Lev. 22, 27.
i ch.
19, 6.
Lev.
19, 2.
Deut. 14,
21.

k Lev. 22,

44, 31.

Lev.

7.

16.

Ezek.

8.

4, 14,

a ver.

19,

&

Ps. 15, 3,

Prov. 10,
See 2 Sara.

101,5.
18.

19, 27,

with

16, 3.

Or, receive.
b ch.20, 16. Deut.
19,16, 17,18. Ps.
35,11. Prov. 19,
6, 9,28,
24, 28.
II

Kings

MaU.

10,13.

Gen.7, l,,fel9,4,
7.
Ch. 32, 1, 2.
24,

15.

Samuel
Kings

15, 9.
1
19, 10. Job

31, 34.

Prov.

10,
14.
26.

1,

11, 15,

4,

Matt. 27, 24,

Mark 15, 15.


Luke 23, 23. Acts
25, 9.
24, 27,
Lev.
d ver. 6, 7.
Deut. 1,
19, 15.
17.
Ps. 72, 2.
t Heb. anstter.
e Deut. 22,1.
Job

&

Prov. 24,

31,29.
17,

6c

25, 21.

12, 20.

Thess.

||

5, 15.
f
II

Deut. 22,

4.

Or, WiU l/iou


cease to help him?
or, and wouldst
cease 10 leave thy
business /or
thou shalt surely

Am

leave

join

to

it

with him.
g ver. 2. Deut. 27,
Job 31, 13,
19.
Eccles. 5, 8.
21.
Isai.lO, 1,2. Jer.
28,
5,
7, 6.
Amos 5, 12. Mai.

&

3,5.

Lev. 19,

ver.

1.

11.

Luke

Eph.
I

14.

3,

4, 25.

7.

his mother's milk.

20 t '^Behold, I send an Angel before thee,


to keep thee in the way, and to bring thee
into the place which I have prepared.
21 Beware of him, and obey his voice, ''provoke him not for he will "not pardon your
;

Deut. 27,25. Ps.


94.21. Prov. 17,
15,26. Jer. 7, 6.
Matt. 27, 4.

k ch. 34,
1

appear before the Lord God.


18 ^Thou shalt not offer the blood of my
neither shall
sacrifice with leavened bread
until the
remain
sacrifice
the fat of my
morning.
19 "The first of the first-fruits of thy land
thou shalt bring into the house of the Lord
""Thou shah not seethe a kid in
thy God.
shall

Rom.

,Matl.5,44.

appointed of the month Abib for in it thou


'and none shall apearnest out from Egypt
pear before me empty :)
16 "And the feast of harvest, the first-fruits
of thy labours, which thou hast sown in the
field
and ''the feast of ingathering, ichich is
in the end of the year, when thou hast gathered in thy labours out of the field.
17 'Three times in the year all thy males
:

6, 11, 13.

Josh.

21,
26,

Acts

59,60, 61.
c

13 And in all things that I have said unto


you, Phe circumspect and "imake no mention
of the name of other gods, neither let it be
heard out of thy mouth.
14 H "^Three times thou shalt keep a feast
unto me in the year.
15 'Thou shalt keep the feast of unleaven(thou shalt eat unleavened bread
ed bread
seven days, as I commanded thee, in the time
:

Sec

In like manner thou shalt


rtf? with thy ||olive-

deal with thy vineyard,

ver. 23.
c chapter 34, 6.

in his cause.

TI

Ps.

Lam.

5, 3.

man

James

19.

y Ps. 109,9.

XXIII.

Of slander and false witness. 3, 6 Of justice. 4 Of charitableness.


10 Of the year of rest.
12 Of the sabbath.
13 Of idolatry.
14 Of

r'HOU

words of the righteous.


9 H Also '"thou shalt not oppress a stranger:
for ye know the fheart of a stranger, seeing
ye were strangers in the land of Egypt.
10 And "six years thou shalt sow thy land,
and shalt gather in the fruits thereof:
11 But the seventh yea/- thou shalt let it
rest and he still
that the poor of thy people
may eat and what they leave the beasts of

&

18 Of the blood and the fat of the sacrifice.


the three feasts.
An .Anqpl is jirnmised, with a blessing, if they obey him.

9.

18, 7.
Job 34,
ver. 23.
28.
Ps. 18, 6,

145,

24,

15, 9,

5,4.

CHAPTER

&

Job 35,

Luke

69, 24.

you with the sword and 'your wives


shall be widows, and your children fatlierless.
25 H ''If thou lend money to any of my
people that is poor by thee, thou shalt not
1)6 to him as a usurer, neither shalt thou lay
upon him usury.
26 "If thou at all take thy neighbour's raiment to pledge, thou shalt deliver it unto
him by that the sun goeth down
27 For that is his covering only, it is his
raiment for his skin wherein shall he sleep?
and it shall come to pass, when he ''crieth
will kill

10,

27.

Deut.
15.

ly

shall

&

Ezek. 22, 7.
Zech. 7, 10. Jam.

wise,

"hear their cry


24 And my "wrath

Isai.

2.

at all

will sure-

'and
7 ''Keep thee far from a false matter
the innocent and righteous slay thou not for
''I will not justify the wicked.
8 H And 'thou shalt take no gift; for the
gift blindetli fthe wise, and perverteth the

i-

27, 19.

6.

23,

17,

1,

afilict

94,

Ps.

AND ORDINANCES.

1.

18.

1(1,

17,

,!4,

fatlierless cliild.

23 If thou
them in any
and thev 'cry

XXII

B.C. 1491.
s

for ''my name is in him.


thou shalt indeed obey his voice,

transgressions

22 But

Rom.

if

&

&

29.
17, 8, 23,
2 Chron. 19, 7. Ps. 26, 10. Prov. 15, 27
Ezek. 22, 12. Amns 5, 12. Acts 24, 26. t Heb. (*e senn?.
33, 15.
Ezek. 22, 7. Mai 3, 5.--t Ileh.
Ps. 94, 6.
27, 19.
24, 14, 17,
Deut. 4,
soul.-n Lev. 25, 3, 4. -II Or. ohvc-trees.-o ch. 20, 8, 9. Deut. 5, 13. Luke 13,
Deut. 12, 3. Josh.
32, 38^
Ephes. 5, 15. 1 Tim. 4, 16.-q
Ps. 39, 1.
9.
.losh. 22,5.
16.
ch. 12,
Deut.
Lev.
4.
16,
23.
23,
.34,
s
2.-r
ch,
/ech.
13,
Ho5ea2, 17.
23 7
Ps. 16, 4.
16. -u ch. 34, 22.
Lev
Lev. 23, fi. Deut. 16, 8. I ch 34, 20. Deut. 16,
34, 18.
15,
13, 6,
De
11.
34
2,
16./
ch
12.
8,
Deut.
16,
23.
25^
ch.
34,
23, lO.-x Deut. 16, 13.-y
Lev. 23, 10, 17. Numb. 18, 12, 13. Deut. 26, 10.
34, 26.
16 4 -II Or, /-easf-a ch. 22, 29,
Numb. 20, II..
33, 2, 14.
Neb 10, 35.-b ch. 34, 26. Deut. 14, 21.-c- ch. 14, 19, .t 32, 34,
Eph. 4, 30. llcb.
Pi 78, 40, 56.
Isai. 63, 9.-d Numb. 14.
Ps. 91, 11.
Josh. 5, 13,
6, 2.
Hell- 3. II
1
.'
19.
5, 7.
Jer.
24,
Deut.
19.
35
18,
Numb.
34.
14,
32,
e
ch.
3, 10, 16.
John 10. 30. 38.
Jer. 23, 6.
John 5, 16.--f l.<ai. 9, B

Deut!
4

16, 19.
Isai 1, 23,

mch.

22, 21.

Sam.

&

8, 3, i- 12, 3.

5, 23,

Deut.

&

10, 19,

&

M.-p

Numb

&

&

&

85

AN ANGEL

and do

that I speak

all

enemy unto

EXODUS.

PROMISED.

IS

then

^I will

Or, / will

mine Angel

go before thee,
'bring thee in unto the Amorites, and the
Hittites, and the Perizzites, and the Canaanand
ites, and the Hivites, and the Jebusites
shall

them

will cut

24 Thou

33

2.

Josh. 24, 8, 11.

k ch. 20,

n Deut.

nothing cast their young,


nor be barren, in thy land the number of thy
days I will ^fulfil.
27 I will send 'my fear before thee, and
will 'destroy all the people to whom thou
shalt come, and I will make all thine enemies turn their fbacks unto thee.
28 And "I will send hornets before thee,
shall

13, 4. Josh,
5, &. 24, 14,

o Deut. 7, 13, (fe28,

5,8.
p ch. 15,26.

Deut.

7, 15.

them out
thou be increased, and

little I

from before thee, until

will drive

Mai.

42,
23,

U.

3, 10,

Ps.
90, 10.

55,

17.

&

Gen. 35,

Ch.
Deut.

5.

15, 14, 16.

2, 25,

Josh. 2,

Sam.

11, 25.

9, 11.

14, 15.
14, 14.

Chron.
t

Deut.

Heb. neck.

7, 23.

Ps.

18, 40.

u Deut. 7, 20. Josh.


24, 12.

Deut.

7, 22.

X Genesis

18.

15,

Numbers

34,

Deuter.

3.

24.

11,

Joshua 1, 4.
Kings 4, ai,
Ps. 72, 8.
Joshua 21,

24.

11,

21.
z chap. 34, 12,

15.

Deul. 7,2.

Deut.

a ch. 34, 12.

&

16,

106, 36.

a ch. 28,

Levit.

1.

10, 1, 2.

b ch.

Numb.

1, 5.

11, 16.

c ver. 13, 15, 18.

Ch.

A verse 7.

Deut.

8.

32 ^Thou shalt make no covenant with


them, nor with their gods.
33 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 thee.
:

CHAPTER

Deut. 31,

Gen.

k Hebr.

up
.junto the Lord, thou, and Aaron,
I'Nadab, and Abihu, ""and seventy
|of the elders of Israel
and worJisiiip ye afar off.

And Moses

Lord

''alone shall

come

but they shall not come nigh;


neither shall the people go up with him.
3 \ And Moses came and told the people
all the words of the Lord, and all the judgments and all the people answered with one
voice, and said, "'All the words which the
Lord hath said will we do.

near the

86

Peter

1, 2.
1

ver.

I.

See Gen. 32, 30.


Ch. 3, 6. Jndg.
Isai.6,

John 1,
1 Tim. 6,
16.
John 4, 12.
n Ezek.

18.
1

&

26,

1,

10,1. Rev. 4,3.


Matt. 17, 2.

p ch. 19,21.

Ch.

q ver. 10.

Gen.

20.

33,

16, 13,

Deut.
Judg. 13,

<t 32, 30.


4, 33.

22.
r

they "saw the God of Israel and


was under his feet as it were a paved
work of a "sapphire-stone, and as it were the
"body of heaven in his clearness.
:

11

And upon

the nobles of the children of

he ^laid not his hand also \\\ey saw


God, and did 'eat and drink.
12 H 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,
and commandments which I have written
that thou mayest teach them.
13 And Moses rose up, and "his minister
Joshua and Moses ''went up into the mount
of God.
14 And he said unto the elders, Tarry ye
here for us, until we come again unto you
and behold, Aaron and Hur are with you if
any man have any matters to do, let him come
unto them.
15 And Moses went up into the mount,
and ''a cloud covered the mount.
16 And 'the glory of the Lord abode
upon Mount Sinai, and the cloud covered
and the seventh day he callit six days
ed unto Moses out of the midst of the
Israel

1,

with ch. 33, 20,

23.

Gen. 31, 54.


18,12.

&

20,

9,

13, 20.

And

there

9, 19.

13,22.

Come

&

18,

ver. 3.

5,

he said unto Moses,

9.

28,

31,45.
g Hebr. 9, 18.

XXIV.

Moses is called up inlo the mountain. 3 The people promise obedience.


4 Moses buildeth an altar, and twelve pillars.
6 He sprinkleth the blood of the covenant.
9 The glory of God appeareth.
14
Aaron and Hur have the charge of the people. 15 Moses goeth into
the mountain, where lie coiitmueth forty days and forty nights.

iND

h Hebr.

Israel

19,
27.

5,

Gal. 3, 19, 20.

thee.

12, 30.

Joshua 23, 13.


Judges 2, 3.
1
Sam. 18, 21. Ps.

"I will set

5 And he sent young


of the children of Israel, which offered
burnt-offerings, and sacrificed peace-offerings
of oxen unto the Lord.
6 And Moses ^took half of the blood, and
put it in basins
and half of the blood he
sprinkled on the altar.
7 And he '"took the book of the covenant,
and read in the audience of the people and
they said, 'All that the Lord hath said will
we do, and be obedient.
8 And Moses took the blood, and sprinkled it on the people, and said. Behold ''the
blood of the covenant, which the Lord
hath made with you concerning all these
words.
9 II Then 'went up Moses, and Aaron, Nadab, and Abihu, and seventy of the elders of

men

10

44.

&

7,

10.

&

inherit the land.

thy bounds from the Red


Sea even unto the sea of the Philistines, and
from the desert unto the river
for I will
''deliver the inhabitants of the land into your
hand; and thou shalt drive them out before

28,

Job 21,

Gen. 25, 8,
35,
29.
1 Chron. 23,
1.
Job 5, 26, &

14,4

Judg. 1,4,

against thee.

And

11, 13,

&

22,

tribes of Israel.

10,

15,21,24. 1 Sara.
7,3, &12, 20,24.
Matt. 4, 10.

which shall drive out the Hivite, the Canaanite, and the Hittite from before thee.
29 "I will not drive them out from before
thee in one year lest the land become desolate, and the beast of the field multiply

&

6, 13,

12, 20.

14,

4.

and

twelve "^pillars, according to the twelve

Deut.

cli.34, 13. Numbers 33, 52. Deut.


7, 5, 25, &. 12,3,

q Deut. 7,

of thee.

31

5.

Lev. 18,3.

to their gods,
:

little

and builded an altar


under the hill, and

Chap.

h ver. 20.

down

nor serve them, 'nor do after their works


"but thou shalt utterly overthrow them, and
quite break down their images.
25 And ye shall "serve the Lord your God,
and "he shall bless thy bread, and thy water
and Pi will take sickness away from the midst

30 By

afflict

thee,

12, 30, 31.

off.

shalt not ''bow

26 H iThere

afflict

them that

^wrote

the words of the


Lord, and rose up
early in the morning,

Jer. 30, aO.

.10,7.

And Moses

all

g Gen. 12,3. Deut.


II

""For

MOSES GOETH UP INTO THE MOUNT.

be an

thine enemies, and ||an adversary

unto thine adversaries.

23
and

;
:

Ch.

Cor. 10,

18.

cloud.

s ver. 2, 15, 18.


t

u ch.

32,

Deut.

15, 16.
22.

&

ch. 31. 18,

5,

&

33,

9,

16.

32, 17,

11.
ver. 2.

1 chap.

5.

10,

Num-

bers 14, 10.


z ch.3,2, <t 19,18.

Deutprnu. 4, 36.
Hebr. 12, 18, 29.
a ch. 34,28.
9, 9.

Deut.

the sight of the glory of the Lord


on the top of the
in the eyes of the children of Is-

And

like ^devouring fire

mount
19,

Matt. 17,

y ch.IO,

17
was
rael.

18

And Moses went

into the midst of the

and gat him up into the mount and


"Moses was in the mount forty days and
cloud,

forty nights.

CHAPTER

WHAT THE PEOPLE ARE TO OFFER.

THE TABLE

AiJD

XXV.

H E W-B R E A

CHAPTER XXV.
I

What the Israehtes must ofler for the making of the tabernacle.
The form of the ark. 17 The mercy seat, with the cherubims.
The table, with the furniture thereof. 31 The camllestick, with

10
23
the

instruments thereof.

ND

the

Lord

a ch. 35, 5, 21.


Chron. 29, 3, 5,

2 Speak unto the children of


Israel, that thej fbring me an
'|^;||offering
"of every man that
givetli it willingly with his heart
ye shall take my offering.
3 And this is the offering which ye shall

And

gold,

and

and

silver,

&

blue,

fine linen,

''Oil

and
7

for the light, "^spices for anointing

II

dwell

Gene-

Or, sUk.
sis 41, 42.

c ch. 30, 23.


30, 34.

e ch. 28, 4, 6.
f ch. 28, 15.

g chap.

36,

I,

Lev. 4,6,

cSi

3, 4.

10.4,

Hebr.

21, 12.

9, 1, 2.

h ihap.

29, 45.

Kings

Heb.

that

Rev. 21,

3, 6.

13.

6,

Cor. 6, 16.

Onyx-stones, and stones to be set in the

may

16.

7,

b ch. 27. 20

for ""sweet incense,

"ephod, and in the "breast-plate.


8 And let them make me a ^sanctuary
"I

oil,

3, 5,

9,

2. 68,

2
Neheiii. 11, 2.
Cor. 8, 12, A; 9,7.

d ch.

brass,

and purple, and scarlet, and


and goats' hair,
5 And rams' skins dyed red, and badgers'
skins, and shittim-wood,
4

II

Ezra

14.

them

hcave-ojfer-

Or,
ing.

Mo-

spake unto

ses, saying,

take of

Heb. tahefor me.

II

3.

ver. 40.

k ch.

37,

Deut.

1.

Heb.

10, 3.

9, 4.

D.

and a half shall be the length thereof, and a


cubit and a half the breadth thereof, and a
cubit and a half the iieight thereof
11 And thou shalt overlay it with pure gold,
within and w itliout shalt thou overlay it and
shalt make upon it a crown of gold round
;

about.

And

12

thou shalt cast four rings of gold

and put tJiem in the four corners thereof; and two rings shall be in the one side of
it, and two rings in the other side of it.
13 And thou shalt make staves q/' shittimwood, and overlay them with gold.
14 And thou shalt put the staves into the
rings by the sides of the ark, that the ark
may be borne with them.
15 'The staves shall be in the rings of the
ark they shall not be taken from it.
16 And thou shalt put into the ark "the
for

it,

testimony which I shall give thee.


17 And "thou shah make a mercy-seat of
pure gold tw o cubits and a half shall be the
:

among them.
9 'According to
that

THE FORM OF THE ARK

all

shew thee, rt//e/-

5,

all

ments

thereof,

the instru-

even

Deut.

Kings
Kings
Hebr.

and the pat-

tern of

8, 8.

ch. 16, 34,


18.

the pattern of tlie tabernacle,

Kings

31,

31,

Ill,

2,

26.

9.

8.

12.

11,
9, 4.

n ch. 37,
3, 25.

length thereof, and a cubit and a half the


breadth thereof

6.

Rom.

Ileb. 9, 5.

And

thou shalt make two cherubims of


of beaten work slialt thou make them,
in the two ends of the mercy-seat.
19 And make one cherub on the one end,
and the other cherub on the other end even
Ijof the mercy-seat shall ye make the cherubims on the two ends thereof
20 And "the cherubims shall stretch forth
87
18

gold,

so shall ye

make

it.

II

ion ''And they shall


make an ark of

shit-

tini-wood: t\\o cubits

Or, of the matter


of the mercy-seat.

Kings

8, 7.

Chronicles 28,
Hebr. 9, 5.

18.

EXODUS.

THE GOLDEN CANDLESTICK.


wings on high, covering the mercy-seat
with their wings, and tlieir faces shall look
one to another; toward the mercy-seat shall
the faces of the cherubims be.
21 ^And thou shak put the mercy-seat
above upon the ark and ""in the ark thou
shak put tlie testimony that I shall give thee.
22 And 'there 1 will meet wilh thee, and I
will commune with thee from above the
mercy-scat, from "between the two cherubims
which are upon the ark of the testimony, of
all things which I will give thee in com-

B.C.

their

And

thou shalt make the seven lamps


shall
light the lamps
thereof, that they may ''give light over against

cir. 1491.

37

thereof:

p ch. 26,34.

and ^they

||

tit.

38

q ver. 16.

And

the tongs thereot, and the snuff-

sliall be of pure gold.


39 Of a talent of pure gold shall he make
it, with all these vessels.
40 And 4ook that thou make thef}i after their
pattern, fwhich was shewed thee in the mount.

dishes thereof,

r ch. 29, 42, 43, ck

Lev.

36.

30, 6,

Numbera

16, 2.

17,4.

Numh.

89.

7,

CHAPTER

2 Sam.
2 Kings 19,
Vs. 80, 1, Sc

15.

90,
16.

37,

Isai.

1.

The

ten curtains of the tabernacle. 7


hair.
14 The covering of rams' skins.
nacle, with their sockets and bars. 31
hanging for the door.

be for places of the staves to bear the table.


28 And thou shak make the staves o/ shittim-wood, and overlay them with gold, that
the table may be borne with them.
29 And thou shall make "the dishes thereof, and spoons thereof, and covers thereof,
and bowls thereof, ||to cover withal o/'pure
gold shak thou make them.
30 And thou shak set upon the table "shewbread before me alway.
31 H ''And thou shak make a candlestick
of pure gold o/'beaten work shall the candlehis shaft, and his branches,
stick be made
his bowls, his knops, and his flowers, shall
be of the same.
32 And six branches shall come out of the
sides of it three branches of the candlestick
out of the one side, and three branches of the
candlestick out of the other side
33 Three bowls made like unto almonds,
loith a knop and a flower in one branch
and three bowls made like almonds in the
other branch, icith a knop and a flower so
in the six branches that come out of the

chap.

37,

10.

7,

48.

Kings

Chron

2
Heb.

4, 8.

9,2.

MOREOVER,

and blue, and


and scarlet
with cherubims fof
cunning work shall

bers 4, 7.

Or,

It

pour out

to

withal.

Lev. 24,

X chap.

Kings

37,

17.

Zee.

7, 49.

thou make them.


2 The length of one
curtain shall be eight and twenty cubits, and
the breadth of one curtain four cubits
and
every one of the curtains shall have one
measure.
3 The five curtains shall be coupled together one to another and other five curtains shall be coupled one to another.
4 And thou shalt make loops of blue upon
the edge of the one curtain from the selvedge
in the coupling
and likewise shalt thou
make in the uttermost edge of another curtain, in the coupling of the second.
5 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 coupling of the second that the loops may take
hold one of another.
6 And thou shalt make fifty taches of gold,
and couple the curtains together with the
taches and it shall be one tabernacle.
:

5, 6.

Hebr. 9, 2.
Rev.l, 12,&4,6.

4, 2.

&

y ch.

27, 21,
30,
8.
Lev. 24, 3, 4.
2 Chron. 13, 11.

Or, cause to aS'


cend.

Numb.

Heb. the face of

8, 2.

H And

''thou shalt make curtains <?/' goats'


hair to be a covering upon the tabernacle
eleven curtains shalt thou make.
8 The length of one curtain shall be thirty
cubits, and the breadth of one curtain four
cubits
and the eleven curtains shall be all
of one measure.
9 And thou shalt couple five curtains by
themselves, and six curtains by themselves,
and shall double the sixth curtain in the forefront of the tabernacle.
10 And thou shalt make fifty loops on the
edge of the one curtain that is outmost in the
coupling, and fifty loops in the edge of the
curtain which coupleth the second.
11 And thou shalt make fifty taches of
brass, and put the taches into the loops, and
couple the l|tent together, that it may be one.
12 And the remnant that remaineth of the

11

chapter

26,

Numbers

8, 4.

3D.
1

Chrnn. 28. 11,19.


Acts 7, 44. Hebr.
8,5.

Heb. which thou


wast caused to see.

candlestick.
a ch. 36,

8.

t Ileb. the

work of

a cunning

man,

or,

work,
enibroi.

dcrer.

h ch. 36, 14.

II

88

eleven curtains of goats'


boards of the taber36 The

The

vail for the ark.

purple,

Num-

37, 16.

gold.

15

The

linen,

u ch.

work of pure

The

"thou shalt make the


tabernacle ivith ten
curtains o/ fine twined

34 And in the candlestick shall be four


bowls made like unto almonds, luith their
knops and their flowers.
35 And there shall be a knop under two
branches of the same, and a knop under two
branches of the same, and a knop under two
branches of the same, according to the six
branches that proceed out of the candlestick.
36 Tlieir knops and their branches shall
be of the same all of it shall be one beaten

XXVI.

Siini. 4.4.

6,2.

mandment unto the children of Israel.


23 \ 'Thou shak also make a table o/"shittwo cubits shall be the length
tim-wood
thereof and a cubit the breadth thereof, and
a cubit and a half the height thereof
24 And thou shak overlay it with pure gold,
and make thereto a crown of gold round about.
25 And thou shak make unto it a border
of a hand-breadth round about, and thou
shak make a golden crown to the border
thereof round about.
26 And thou shak make for it four rings of
gold, and put the rings in the four corners
that are on the four feet thereof
27 Over against the border shall the rings

THE CURTAINS OF THE TABERNACLE.

Or, rot'crine.

THE BOARDS OF THE TABERNACLE.

CHAPTER

XXVII.

curtains of the tent, the haU' curtain that remainoth, shall hang over the hack-side of the

31
t Heb.

tabernacle.

13 And a cubit on the one side, and a cubit


on the other side fof that which remainetli
in the length of the curtains of the

tent,

o/'

thou shalt

make boards

3li,

and a cubit and a half ^hall he the breadth


of one board.
17 Two ftenons shall there be in one board,
thus shalt
set in order one against another
thou make for all the boards of the taber-

And thou

shalt

make

lleb. bands.

Heb. twined.

place.
d ch. 25, 9, 40,

Acts
Hebr. 8,

27,
41.

8.

&
7,
5.

the boards for the

36 And 'thou shalt make a hanging for the


door of the tent, of blue, and purple, and
scarlet, and fine twined linen, wrought with
needle-tvork.

Lev.
2 Chron.
Matt. 27,

e ch. 36, 35.


16, 2.
3.

14.

51.

ons.

Ilebr. 9, 3.

20 And for the second side of the tabernacle on the north side there shall be twenty
boards.
21 And their forty sockets o/" silver two
sockets under one board, and two sockets
under another board.
22 And for the sides of the tabernacle westward thou shalt m;'ke six boards.
23 And two boards shalt thou make for the
corners of the tabernacle in the two sides.
24 And they shall be f coupled together beneath, and they shall be coupled together
above the head of it unto one ring thus shall
it be for them both
they shall be for the two

35 And 'thou shalt set the table without


the vail, 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.

twenty boards on the south side

southward.
19 And thou shalt make forty sockets of
silver under the twenty boards
two sockets
under one board for his two tenons, and two
sockets under another board for his two ten-

33 TI And thou shalt hang up the vail under the taches, that thou mayest bring in
thither within the vail ''the ark of the testimony and the vail shall divide unto you
between ^the holy ])lace and the most holy.
34 And ""thou shalt put the mercy-seat upon
the ark of the testimony in the most holy

nacle.

18

a vail of blue,

tabernacle,

make

"thou shalt

of shiit'im-wood overlaid with gold


their
hooks shall be of gold upon the four sockets
of silver.

19.

for the

tabernacle o/" shittim-wood standing up.


16 Ten cubits shall be the length of a board,

And

and purple, and scarlet, and fine twined linen


of cunning work
with cherubims shall it
be made.
32 And thou shalt hang it upon four pillars
:

c rh.

badgers' skins.

And

the re-

it

over the sides of the tabernacle on


this side and on that side, to cover it.
14 And ""thou shalt make a covering for the
tent of ranis' skins dyed red, and a covering
shall liang

above
15 H

tn

mainder, or, surplusage.

TI

THE ALTAR OF BURNT-OFFERING.

37 And thou shalt make for the hanging


pillars of shhtim-wood, and overlay
them with gold, arid their hooks shall be of
gold
and thou shalt cast five sockets of
"five

brass for them.


f ch. 25, 16,

CHAPTER

&. 40,
1

21.

The

XXVII.

altar of bumt-oft'enng, vvUh the vessels thereof.

of the tabernacle enclosed with hangings and pillars.


ure of the court. 20 The oil for the lamp.

1
Lev 16.2.

The court
The meas-

AND

make

thou shalt
"an altar o/"shit-

tim-wood,

9, 2, 3.

9
18

long,

and

five cubits
five

cubits

broad the altar shall


be four-square
and
the
height
thereof
;

h ch. 25,21,
20.
Hebr.

&

40,

9, 5.

shall be three cubits.

corners.

And

thou

shalt

make

25 And they shall be eight boards, and their


sockets o/'silver, sixteen sockets; two sockets

ch 40, 22.

Hob.

9, 2.

be of the same and ''thou shalt overwith brass.


3 And thou shalt make his pans to receive

shall

under one board, and two sockets under an-

lay

other board.

26 H And thou shalt make


wood five for the boards of
;

upon the

the horns of it
four corners thereof: his horns

bars of shittimthe one side of

it

his

ashes,

and

and

his shovels,

his flesh-hooks,

and

and

his basins,

his fire-pans

all

the tabernacle,

the vessels thereof thou shalt

27 And five bars for the boards of the other


side of the tabernacle, and five bars for the

4 And thou shalt make for it a grate of


net-work of brass and upon the net shalt
thou make four brazen rings in the four cor-

with gold.
30 And thou shalt rear up the tabernacle
''according to the fashion thereof which was
siiewed thee in the mount.

brass.

boards of the sides of the tabernacle, for the

two sides westward.


28 And the middle bar in the midst of the
boards shall reach from end to end.
29 And thou shalt overlay the boards with
gold, and make their rings of go\A for places
for the bars
and thou shalt overlay the bars

make of

ners thereof

a ch. 38,

5 And thou shalt put it under the compass


of the altar beneath, that the net may be
even to the midst of the altar.
6 And thou shalt make staves for the altar,
staves of shittim-wood, and overlay them

1.

43, 13.

with
7

brass.

And

the staves shall be put into the rings,

and the stives


h See Numbers
38.

16,

of the

altar, to

shall be

bear

it.

8!)

upon the two

sides

X O D U S.

THE COUKJ' OF THE TABERNACLK.

Hollow with boards shalt thou make it


it was shewed thee in the mount, so
shall they make it.
9 \ And ''thou shait make the court of the

AARON AND HIS SONS SET APART.


2

'fas

south side southward there


shall be hangings for the court of fine twined
linen of a hundred cubits long for one side
10 And the twenty pillars thereof and their
twenty sockets shall he of brass the hooks
of the pillars and tlieir fillets shall he (9/'sil\ er.
LI And likewise for the north side in length
there shall be hangings of a hundred cubits
tabernacle

for the

c\\.

&

5S, 40,

30.

bf shewed.

t Ifel)

long,

and

twenty

his

sockets of brass

and

their

of

fillets

and

pillars

their

hi,

fft'j'

e I.BV. 21,5

And

13

and

their sockets ten.

the breadth of the court

east side eastward shall he

The

14

shall he

f rh. 20. 3\.

.13.

cubits

ch..'!0, 8.
.3.

pillars

fifteen cubits

c-h.

9,

28. 43, fc 5'.1,


2S.
Levit. 3,

&

16, 34,

A-

Num.

]S,

&

shall he hangings,

Sam.

19, 21.

3(1,

25.

and their
Numbers

7.

18,

Ilebr. S, 1,4.

round about the court


shall he filleted with silver their hooks shall
he of sWver, and their sockets o/" brass.
18 H The length of the court shall he a
hundred cubits, and the breadth fiiity every
where, and the height five cubits of fine
twined linen, and their sockets of brass.
19 All the vessels of the tabernacle in all
the service thereof, and all the pins thereof
and all the pins of the court,. shall he of brass.
20 H And ""thou shalt command the children of Israel, that they bring thee pure oilolive beaten for the light, to cause the lamp
f to burn always.
21 In the tabernacle of the congregation

b ch.

'.'9,

5,

31,

10,

&

2.

Lev.

Numb,

1,

20, 26, 28,

c ch. 31,6,

29,
39.

8, 7, 30.

.36,1.

&

i-h. 31, 3,
30, 31.

35,

The

/.ar

of blue, and purple, and scarlet, and fine


twined linen.
9 And thou shalt take two onyx-stones,
and grave on them the names of the children of Israel
10 Si-X of their names on one stone, and
the other six

names of

the rest

on the other

Lord upon

his

two shoulders

for a

memo-

rial.
Or, emhroidered.

13 H And thou shalt make ouches o/gold


14 And two chains o/'pure gold at the ends
o/'wreathen work shalt thou make them, and
fasten the wreathen chains to the ouches.
15 1[ And "thou shalt make the breast-plate
of judgment with cunning work; after the
work of the ephod thou shalt make it; of
gold, of blue, and of purple, and of scarlet,
and of fine twined jinen shalt thou make it.
16 Four-square it shall be, heing doubled;
a span shall be the length thereof, and a span
shall be the breadth thereof.
17 "And thou shalt fset in it settings of
;

Ch. 39,

ver. 29.

take thou unto thee "Aaron


thy brother, and his sons with
him, from among the children of
Israel, that he may minister unto
siuie in
the priest's (office, even
Aaron, Nadab and Abihu, Eleaand Ithamar, Aaron's sons.

||

upon

thou shalt make them


ouches of gold.
12 And thou shalt put the two stones upon
the shoulders of the ephod for stones of
memorial unto the children of Israel and
'Aaron shall bear their names before the

ver. 3],

twelve precious stones. 30 The Urim and Thnmniim. 31 The


robe of the ephod, with pomegranates and bells. 36 The plate of
the mitre. 39 The embroidered coat. 40 The garments for Aaron's

ND

is

to be set in

II

sons.

be joined together.
the

the children of Israel

Israel.

2 Holy garbreast-plate with

shall

And

With the work of an engraver in stone,


the engravings of a signet, shalt thou
engrave the two stones with the names of

XXVIII.
priest's cilice.

it

11

15

ephod,

like

unto their generations

Aaron and his sons are set apart for the


ments are appointed. 6 The ephod.

"^an

stone, according to their biith.

which is before the testimony, ^Aaron and his sons shall order it from
evening to morning before the Lord Ht shall

which they

curious girdle of the ephod,


it, shall be of the same, according to the work thereof; even of gold,

^without the vail,

CHAFTER

and

they shall take gold, and blue, and


and scarlet, and fine linen.
6 H 'And they shall make the ephod of
gold, of blue, and of purple, of scarlet, and
fine twined linen, with cunning work.
7 It shall have the two shoulder-pieces
thereof joined at the two edges thereof; and

which

on the behalf of the children of

"a breast-plate,

And

their sockets fom*.

pillars

he a statute for ever

these are the garments

make

purple,

so

and

shalt

and ^a robe, and ''a broidered coat, 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
5

three,

16 1[And for the gate of the court shall


he a hanging of twenty cubits, of blue, and
purple, and scarlet, and fine twined linen,
wrought with needle-work and their pillars
17 All the

for

office.

sockets three.

shall he four,

and

24, S.
23,

their pillars three,

Cliron.

13,11.

17,

and their sockets three.


15 And on the other side

3.

Siini.

fifty cubits.

their

for glory

on the

hangings of one side of the gate


fifteen

And

shall

their pillars ten,

Aaron thy broth-

er,

the priest's office.


t HpI). tn (t^rtntl y]'.

silver.

12 H And for the breadth of the court on


the west side shall he hangings of fifty cubits

for

speak unto aWthat are


wise-hearted, ''whom
I have filled with the
spirit of wisdom, that
they may make Aaron's garments to consecrate him, that he may nfinister unto me in

twenty

the hooks of the pillars

t Hel>. ffli,

shalt

''thou

beauty.
3 And "^thou

And

make holy garments

2ii,

See .Tnsh. 4,
Zech. 6, 14.

n ch. 39,

8.

o ch. 39, 10,

&c

t Wrh. fill it in finings of stone.

90

CHAPTER

THE liPHOD ANU BREAST-PLATE.


stones, even four

rows of stones

tJte

XXIX.

Or,

11

and an amethyst.
20 And the fourth row a beryl, and an
onvx, and a jasper they shall be set in gold
:

in their fenclosings.

t llnii.jilhn^s.

p ver.

12.

q Lev. 8, 8. Nuiult.
27,21. Deut. 33,
1

Sam.

28, 6.

Ezra

2, 03.

Neh.

6.

the stones shall be with tlie names


of the children of Israel, twelve, according
to their names, like the engravings of a sig-

And

21

7, l>5.

THE

every one with his name shall tliey be


according to the twelve tribes.
22 II And thou shalt make upon the breastplate chains at the ends fl/'wreathen work of
net

front of the mitre

38

pure gold.

thou shalt make upon the breastplate two rings of gold, and shalt put the two
rings on the two ends of the breast-plate.
24 And thou shalt put the two wreathen
chains of gold in the two rings ichich are on
the ends of the breast-plate.
25 And the other two ends of the two
wreathen chains thou shalt fasten in the two
ouches, and put thein on the shoulder-pieces

23

And

of the ephod before

Zedi.

ch. 3a, 30.


H, 2U.

&

5, 6.

4,

J,.hii

1,

Helir. 9, 2b.

29.

Pet. 2, 24.

fine linen,

Lev.

\, A, &.

& 23,

22,

11. Isui.

5t>, 7.

X ver. 4. Ch.39.2T,
28,29,41. Ezek.
41, 17, 18.

ch. 29, 7,
30,
30, ,140, 15. Lev.
10, 7,

llcl).

fill

Iheir

ephod.

they shall bind the breast-plate by


the rings thereof unto the rings of the ephod
with a lace of blue, that // may be above the
curious girdle of the ephod, and that the
breast-plate be not loosed from the ephod.
29 And Aaron shall bear the names of the
children of Israel in the breast-plate of judgment upon his heart, when he goeth in unto
the holy place, Hoy a memorial before the
continually.

And

30 H

z chap. 29, 9, ic.


Lev. ch.8. Hebr.
7, 28.

Lev.

a ch. 39, 28.


(i,

Ezek.

&

10,

10, 4.

44, 18.

'Hhou shalt put in the breast-

And

'thou shalt

make

the robe of the

ephod all of blue.


32 And there shall be a hole
in the

midst thereof:

it

in the top of

shall

woven work round about

it

CHAPTER

be not rent.
33 T[ And beneath, upon the

c Lev. 5, 1, 17,
22,
20, 19, 20,
9.
Numb. 9, 13,
IS, 22.

&

dch.

27, 21.

Lev.

17, 7

Hhem

of

it,

thou

do unto them

b Lev.2,
21, 22

4,&6,20,

to

me

in the

"Take one young


and two rams without

priest's office

fbullock,

blemish,
''unleavened bread, and cakes un-

2 And
leavened tempered ^^ith oil, and wafers unleavened anointed with oil o/"wheaten flour
shalt thou make th(>m.
3 And thou shalt |)ut tliem into one basket,
and liriui; ihem in the basket, with the bul:

it

thou
hallow

this is the thing that

them, to minister unto

the hole of
that

Israel.

shalt

have a bind-

were the hole of an habergeon,

XXIX.

."jfl
The
sacritice nnd ceremoniPs of consecrating the priests,
continual burnt-oftering. 45 God's promise to dwell among the chil-

The

ND

&

continually.

as

the mitre (f

the girdle of

41 And thou shalt put them upon Aaron


thy l)rother, and his sons with him: and
shalt 'anoint them, and f ''consecrate them,
and sanctify them, that they may minister
unto me in the priest's office.
42 And thou shalt make them "linen breeches to cover ftheir nakedness from the loins
even unto the thighs they shall f reach
43 And they shall be upon Aaron, and upon
his sons, when they come in unto the tabernacle of the congregation, or when they come
near hinto the altar to minister in the holy
p)lace ; that they "^bear not iniquity and die.
"^It shall be a statute for ever unto him, and
his seed after him.

dren of

it,

make
make

glory and for beauty.

llch.fleskd/ their
nakedneas.

ing of

shalt

shalt

needle-work.
40 1I\4nd for Aaron's sons thou shalt make
coats, and thou shalt make for them girdles,
and bonnets shalt thou make for them, for

judgment the Urini and the Thummim and they shall be upon Aaron's heart,
when he goeth in before the Lord and
Aaron shall bear the judgment of the children of Israel upon his heart before the Lord

it,

and thou
and thou

plate of

31 H

shall be.

And

Lord

it

be upon Aaron's forehead,


"bear the iniquity of the holy

shall

Aaron may
which the children of Israel shall hallow in all their holy gifts and it shall lie always upon his forehead, that they may be
"accepted before the Lord.
39 \ And thou shalt eml)roider the coat of

that

fine linen,

gold,

28

it

u verse 43. Levit.


22, 9.
10, 17,
Numb, lb, 1. Isa.
Ejek. 4,
53, 11.

27,

of which is in the side of the epliod inward.


27 And two other rings of gold thou shalt
make, and shalt put them on the two sides
of the ephod underneath, toward the forej)art thereof over against the other coupling thereof above the curious girdle of the

And

things,

it.

26 H And thou shalt make two rings of


and thou shalt put them upon the two
ends of the breast-plate in the border there-

make pomegranates of

purple,

j-ubi/.

IS And the second row shall he an emerald,


a sapphire, and a diamond.
19 And the third row a ligure, an agate,

sons.

blue, and of
and of scarlet, round about the hem
thereof; and bells of gold between them
round about
34 A golden bell and a pomegranate, a
golden bell and a pomegranate, upon the
hem of tlie robe round about.
35 And it shall be upon Aaron, to minister:
and his sound shall be heard when he goeth
in unto the holy place liefore the Lord, and
when he cometh out, that he die not.
36 H And 'thou shalt make a plate of pure
gold, and grave upon it lihe the engravings
ofa signet, HOLINESS TO
LORD.
37 And thou shalt put it on a blue lace,
that it may be upon the mitre; upon the fore-

shalt

first

shall be a ||sardius, a topaz, and a carbuncle this shall he the lirst row.

row

the garments for aaron's

lock and the twii rams.


9

EXODUS.

THE SACRIFICE AND CEREMONIES


4

And Aaron and

his sons thou shalt bring

5 ''And

take

"(4a
E^

their right foot,


Lev.

c ch. 40, 12.


Ilebr.

6.

8,

the altar round about.


21 And thou shalt take of the blood that

10,

22.

thou shaU
d ch. 28,

garments,

the

Lev.

2.

e ch. 28, 8.

Lev.

8, 9.

""the

dle of the

put the

p^itre

&

10,

10.

&

30,

8,

12.

&

7,

21,
35,

Numbers

crown upon the

curious girh Lev.

ephod

18, 7.

Heb.^H

hand

the

of.

7 Then shalt thou take the anointing ^oil,


and pour it upon his head, and anoint him.
8 And "thou shalt bring his sons, and put
coats upon them.

Lev.

Hebr.

8, 22, etc.

7,28.

And

ni Lev. 8, 15.

iM, 2.

n ch.2:,2,

o Lev. 3,

3.

shalt t^'wave

It
seemeth by
Anatomy, and the

II

Hebrew Doctors,
to be the midriff.

p Lev. 4, 11,12,21.
Hebr. 13, 11.

q Lev. 8,18.

Lev.

4-9.

1 .

Or, upon.

II

the congregation.

And

take of the blood of the


"the horns of the
upon
bullock, and put ii
pour
all the blood
altar with thy finger, and
altar.
the
beside the bottom of
13 And "thou shalt take all the fat that covereth the inwards, and ||the caul thai is above
the liver, and the two kidneys, and the fat that
is upon them, and burn thei upon the altar.
14 But Pthe flesh of the bullock, and his
skin, and his dung shalt thou burn with fire

12

thou

""shalt

without the camp it


1.5 TI ''Thou shalt also take one ram; and
Aaron and his sons shall 'put their hands
is a sin-offering.

upon the head of the ram.


16 And thou shalt slay the ram, and thou
shalt take his blood,

and sprinkle

it

round

about upon
17 And thou shalt cut the ram in pieces,
and wash the inwards of him, and his legs,
and put the?7i unto his pieces, and ||unto his

Gen. 8,21.

ver. 3. Lev. 8, 22.

u chap

30, 25, 31

Lev.

8, 30.

ver.
22.

1.

X Lev.

Ilebr. 9,

Heb. shake

to

whole ram upon

Lord
made by

is a burnt-off'ering unto the

the altar: it
it is a 'sweet savour, an offering

7,

c Lev.

6.

31, 34.
18, II, IH.
18, 3,

7,

Numb.
Deut.

d Lev. 10, 15.


e Lev. 7, 34.

Numb.

20,

g Numb.

afi,

28.

18, 8,

&

35, 25.

t Hebr. he
sons.

h Numb.
Lev.

8,

of his

and ''it
for it is a heave-oflfering
be a heave-off'ering from the children

35.

&

be his sons' after him, ^to be anointed


and to be consecrated in them.
30 And \H\mt son that is priest in his stead
shall put them on 'seven days, when he
Cometh into the tabernacle of the congregation to minister in the holy p/r/cf.
31 H And thou shalt take the ram of the
consecration, and ''seethe his flesh in the
therein,

holy place.

And Aaron and

9.

basket,

Lev. 10, 14,

n Lev. 22, 10

sons shall eat the

bj/

congregation.

33 And "'thev shall eat those things wherewith the atonement was made, to consecrate

4.

17.

his

and the 'bread that is in the


the door of the tabernacle of the

flesh of the ram,

8, 31.

Matt. 12.

''shall

32

20. 28.

1,8.

k Lev.

shall

of Israel of the sacrifice of their peace-ofiferings, even their heave-offering unto the Lord.
29 H And the holy garments of Aaron

8, 29.

b Ps. 99,

his sons

be Aaron's and his sons'


a statute for ever, from the children of

shall

z Lev. 8, 28.

which is waved and which is


heaved up, of the ram of the consecration,
eve?i of that which is for Aaron, and of that
heave-offering,

Israel

.30.

fire unto the Lord.


19 H 'And thou shalt take the other ram;
and Aaron and his sons shall put their hands
upon the head of the ram.
20 Then shalt thou kill the ram, and take
of his 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
92

shall

''by

y Lev.

a Lev.

be thy part.
27 And thou shalt sanctify "^the breast of
the wave-offering, and the shoulder of the

"it

and

fro.

shalt burn the

Lord.
25 ^And thou shalt receive them of their
hands, and burn th?}i upon the altar for a
burnt-offering, for a sweet savour before the
Lord: it is an offering made by fire unto the
Lord.
26 And thou shalt take ^the breast of the
ram of Aaron's consecration, and wave it
and
Jo?- a wave-offering before the Lord
the

which is for
28 And it

8, 26.

head.

And thou

them^or a wave-offering before

the altar.

18

23 "And one loaf of bread, and one cake of


and one wafer out of the basket
of the unleavened bread, that is before the
Lord.
24 And thou shalt put all in the hands of
Aaron, and in the hands of his sons and
oiled bread,

Lev. I,4,<fe8, H.

consecration

k ch. 28, 41.

thou shalt gird them with girdles


(Aaron and his sons) and tp"t the bonnets
on them and 'the priest's office shall be theirs
for a perpetual statute and thou shalt f'consecrate Aaron and his sons.
10 And thou shalt cause a bullock to be
brought before the tabernacle of the congreand 'Aaron and his sons shall put
gation
their hands upon the head of the bullock.
11 And thou shalt kill the bullock before
the Lord, by the door of the tabernacle of
9

Numb.

mitre.

8, 13.

Heb. bind.

6 ''And thou shalt


and put the holy
head,
his

upon

altar,

g ch. 28, 41,


Lev.
25.

25.

with

is

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 garments, and his sons, and
his sons' garments with him.
22 Also thou shalt take of the ram the fat
and the rump, and the fat that covereth the
inwards, and the caul above the liver, and the
two kidneys, and the fat that is upon them,
and the right shoulder for it is a ram of

upon the

8, T.

and put upon Aaron


the coat, and the robe
"' ^^^^ ephod, and the
ephod, and the breastplate, and gird him

and upon the great toe of


and sprinkle the blood upon

their right hand,

B.C. 1491.

unto the door of the tabernacle of the congregation, "^and shak wash them with water.

OF CONSECRATING THE PRIESTS.

15,

"but a stranger shall


to sanctify them
not eat thereof, because thev are holv.

and

CHAPTER

THE CONTINUAL BURNT-OFFERING.

XXX.

THE ALTAR OF INCENSE.

AAKON OFFERING INCENSE ON THE GOLrSN ALTAR.

34 And

flesh of the conseof the bread, remain unto the


morning, then "thou shalt burn the remainder
with fire it shall not be eaten, because it is holy.
if

42 This shall he ^a continual burnt-offering


throughout your generations at the door of
the tabernacle of the congregation before
"where I will meet you to speak
the Lord
there unto thee.
43 And there I will meet with the children
of Israel and \\the tahernade ''shall be sanctified by my glory.

anght of the

crations, or

Lev.

8, 32.

p Exodus 40, 12.


Lev. 8, 33, 34,35.

<\

thus shalt thou do unto Aaron, and


to his sons, according to all things which I
Pseven days shalt
have commanded thee

35

And

Hebr.

10, II.

ch. 30, 26, 28, 29,


& 40, 10.

s ch. 40, 10.

Numb.

28,

3.

44 And

rhron. 16, 40. 2


l-'hr.in.2,4,ct 13,
3,3.

tifv also

See Dan.

&

1 2

9, 27,

ter to

12, 11.

Kings

15.
I

ly

Kings 18,
2 Kings
Ezra 9,

29.

3G.

15.

16,
4,

141, a.
Dan. 9, 21.
Ps.

5.

Numb.

8.

28,

Dan.8, 11,12,

I will ''sanc-

both Aaron and his sons, to minis-

me

in the priest's office.

out of the land of Egypt, that I may dwell


amone them: I am the Lord their God.

Ch. 30,

z ver. 38.

tabernacle of

will sanctify the

45 \ And ""I will dwell among the children


of Israel, and will be their God.
46 And they shall know that ''I am the
Lord their God, that brought them forth

16, 15.
13, 14,

Ezek. 46,

the congregation, and the altar

ll,i31,3. Ezra

toucheth the altar shall be holy.


38 \ Now this is that which thou shalt
"two lambs of the first
offer upon the altar
year "day by day continually.
39 The one lamb thou shalt offer ''in the
morning; and the other lamb thou shalt
offer at even
40 And with the one lamb a tenth-deal of
flour mingled with the fourth part of a bin
of beaten oil
and the fourth part of a bin

Matt.

ch. 30, 29.


23, 19.

thou consecrate them.


36 And thou shalt 'offer every day a buland
lock for a sin-offering for atonement
thou shalt cleanse the altar, when thou hast
made an atonement for it, 'and thou shalt
anoint it, to sanctify it.
37 Seven days thou shalt make an atonement for the altar, and sanctify it 'and it
'whatsoever
shall be an altar most holy

fi.

13.

II

17,
1

Or, Israel.

b chap. 40, 34.

Kings
Chron.
7,

8,

11.

14,

&

5,

The altar of mcensc. 11 Tlip ransom of snuls. 17 The brazen laver.


22 The holy anointing oil. 34 The composition of the perfume.

Ai\D thou shalt


make -'an altar ''to
1

Ezck
Hag. 2, 7,

1,2, 3.

43, 5.
9.

Mai. 3,1.

burn incense ujion


o/"shittim-wood shalt
thou make it.
2 A cubit shall he the
length thereof and
a culiit the breadth
thereof: four-square
:

Lev.

21,

15,

22, 9, 16.

wine for a drink-offering.


41 And the other lamb thou shalt ''offer at
even, and shalt do thereto according to the
meat-offering of the morning, and according
to the drink-offering thereof, for a sweet savour, an offcrinji made bv fire unto the Tvonn.

Num.

6, 36.
4.

of

CHAPTER XXX.

a ch. 25, 22, <t 30,

id

"li

Eind 25.8. Lev.


Zech. 2,
26, 12.
10.
Juhn 14, 17,
2 Cor.
Hev. 21,3.

23.

37,25,4

h See ver.
Levit.

Rev.

40, 5.

7, 8, 10.

4,

''

6, 10. L

e ch. 20, 2.

a ch.

7,

18.

sli;ill

8, 3.

0:5

il

1)1^

and

t\\()

llANSOJl

Tlili

01'

EXODUS.

SOULS.

cubits sJuill be the height thereof: the horns


tliereof fihall be of tlie same.

B.C. 1491.

3 And thou shalt overlay it witli pure gold,


the ftop thereof and the f sides thereof round
about, aud the horns thereof; and thou slialt
make unto it a crown of gold round about.
4 And two golden rings shalt thou make

Heb.

it

under the crosvn of

t lleb.

ners thereof,

thou make

ii

upon the two sides of it shalt


and they shall be for places
;

for tiie staves to

And

bear

thou shalt make

tlie

staves o/'shittim-

wood, and overlay them with

gold.

d ver. 34.

And when Aaron

||flighteth

28.

Clirciu.

Luliol.'J.

23,1.1.

e ch. 27, 21.

II

Heb. causeth
ascend.

to

the lamps

Num.

1, 2, 5,

26, 2.

<fe

23 Take thou

&

.lob 33, 24,


36,
IB.
Ps. 49, 7.

Tim. 2,6.

Pet.

1, 18, 19.

k 2 Sam. 24, 15
1

27,

25.
Numb. 3, 47.
Ezek. 45, 12.

Prov.

22, 2.
Ephes. 6,
9.
Col. 3, 25.
t

Heb. multiply.

Heb. diminish.

p ver.

12.

q ch.Se, 25.
r

Numb.

16, 40.

s ch. 38, 8.

Kings

7,38.

ch. 40, 7, 30.

14 Every one that passeth among them


that are mimbered, from twenty years old
and above, shall give an offering unto the

40, 31, 32.


26, 6.
Isui.

Ps.

John
Heb. 10,

52,11.
10.

13,
22.

ch. 26, 43.

I Cant. 4, 14. Ezek.

15 The "rich shall not fgive more, and the


poor shall not fgi^e less than half a shekel,
when they give an offering unto the Lord
to make an Patonement for your souls.
16 And thou shalt take the atonementmoney of the children of Israel, and ''shalt
appoint it for the service of the tabernacle
of the congregation that it may be 'a memorial unto the children of Israel before the
Lord, to make an atonement for your souls.
17 H And the Lord spake unto Moses,
;

saying,

18 'Thou shalt also make a laver o/ brass,


94

And

thou shalt make it an oil of holy


ointment, an ointment compound after the
art of the
apothecary
it shall be ''a holy
anointing oil.
26 ''And thou shalt anoint the tabernacle
of the congregation therewith, and the ark
of the testimony,
27 And the table and all his vessels, and
the candlestick and his vessels, and the altar
of incense,
28 And the altar of burnt-offering with all
his vessels, and the laver and his foot.
29 And thou shalt sanctify them, that they
may be most holy ''whatsoever toucheth
:

them shall be holy.


30 'And thou shalt anoint Aaron and his
sous, and consecrate them, that fhei/ may

Ps. 45,

Prov.

8.

7, 17.

z Cant. 4, 14,
6, 20.

a Ps. 45,

Jer.

8.

b ch. 29, 40.

me

minister unto

in the priest's office.

And

thou shalt speak unto the children


of Israel, saying. This shall be a holy anointing oil unto me throughout your generations.
32 Upon man's flesh shall it not be poured,
neither shall ye make any other like it, after
the composition of it ^it is holy, and it shall
be holy unto you.
33 ''Whosoever compoundeth aiiy like it,

31

27, 22.

It

Lord.

'"bin

25

u ch.

Lord.

five hundred shekels,


and of sweet cinnamon half so much, even
two hundred and fifty shekels, and of sweet
''calamus two hundred and fifty shekels,
24 And of "cassia five hundred shekels, after
the shekel of the sanctuary, and of oil-olive

||

o Job 34, 19.

saying,

shall be the offering of the

unto thee "principal

also

spices, of pure "'myrrh

Matt. 17, 24.


Lev7t.

ses, saying,

2.

Matthew 2(1. 28.


Mark 1, 45. 1

12 ""When thou takest the sum of the children of Israel after f their number, then shall
they give every man 'a ransom for his soul
unto the Lord, when thou numberest them
that there be no ''plague among them when
fhou numberest thenh
13 'This they shall give, every one that
passeth among them that are numbered, half
a shekel, after the shekel of the sanctuary
('"a shekel is twenty gerahs :) "a half shekel

ch. 3S, 25.

t Hel). theni that are


to be numbered
See Num. 31, 5U.

out your generations.


9 Ye shall offer no 'Estrange incense thereon,
nor burnt-sacrifice, nor meat-offering
neither shall ye pour driuk-offering thereon.
10 And ^Aaron shall make an atonement
upon the horns of it once in a year, with
the blood of the sin-offering of atonements
once in the year shall he make atonement
upon it throughout your generations it is
most holy unto the Lord.
11 H And the Lord spake unto Moses,

1.

2 Sam. 24,

a
fat even, he shall burn incense upon it
perpetual incense before the Lord, through-

Lev. 10,

27.

that they die not


or when they come
near to tiie altar to minister, to burn offering
made by fire unto the Lord
21 So they shall wash their hands and
their feet, that they die not
and "it shall be
a statute for ever to them, even to him and
to his seed throughout their generations.
22 ^ Moreover, the Lord spake unto Mo:

g Lev. 16, IS, 4:23,

and his foot also of brass, to wash withal:


and thou shalt 'put it between the tabernacle
of the congregation and the altar, and thou
shalt put water therein.
19 For Aaron and his sons "shall wash
their hands and their feet thereat
20 When they go into the tabernacle of
the congregation, they shall wash with water,

Or, settelh up.

t Ileh. between the


two evens.
Ch.

THE ANOINTING OIL AND PERFUME.

Sam.

12, 6.

And

thou shalt put it before the vail that


is by the ark of the testiuiouy, before the
"mercy-seat that is over the testimony, where
I will meet with thee.
7 And Aaron shall burn thereon t''s\veet
incense everv morning
when "he dresseth
the lamps, he shall burn incense upon it.
6

oj

t IJeb. incense
spices.

withal.

it

ribs.

c ch. 23, 51, 22.

by the two f cor-

it,

roof.

t Heb. walls.

2.

to

Or, per/umer.

c ch. 37,29. Num.


35, 25.
Ps. 89,
20,
133, 2.

&

9.

Lev.

Num

7, 1.

ch. 40,
8, 10.

e ch. 29, 37.


f ch.

29,

Lev.

h
i

7,

&c.

8, 12, 30.

ver. 25, 37.

Ch.

Levit.7,

20, 21.

k ch. 25,

it

upon

6,

&

37,

29.

confection

'after

the art of the apothecary,

ftempered together, pure a7id holy


36 And thou shalt beat so7ne of it very small,
and put of it before the testimony in the tab:

ver. 25.

Heb.
2. 13.

a stran-

17, 14.

12, 15.

any of

even be cut off from his people.


34 \ And the Lord said unto Moses, ''Take
unto thee sweet spices, stacte, and onycha,
and galbanum these sweet spices with pure
frankincense of each shall there be a like
weight
35 And thou shalt make it a perfume, a
:

ver. 38.

Gen.

or whosoever putteth
ger, 'shall

salted. Lev.

CHAPTERS

IIEZALEEL AND AHOLIAU.


ernacle of the
meet with thee:

ngregation, '"where I will

"'t shall be unto you most holy.


37 And as for the perfume which thou slialt
make, "ye shall not make to yourselves according to the composition thereof: it shall
be unto thee holy for the Lord.
;3S ''Whosoever shall make like unto that,
smell thereto, shall even be cut off from
ti)

"seventh
ra

11

i|

Ch. 29,
2, S.

o vpr. 32.

a ch. 35,

311,

"See,

i:

!)Uri,

&

the son of Hur, of the

35,
1

1.

ch. 37, 6.

'two tables of

t Hct). vessrh.

3
And I have "filled him with the spirit of
God, in wisdom, and in understanding, and
in knowledge, and in all manner of workmanship,
4 To devise cunning works, to work in

and

ch. 37,

ch, 37,

mony,

ch. 38,

written with the fin-

17.

ger of God.

CHAPTER

1.

m ch.

38, 8.

n ch.

39,

in brass,

41.

1,

Numbers

4, 5. 6,

A-c.

and

in cutting of stones to set them,

in

carving of timber, to

of

workmanship.

And

work

in all

manner

behold,

&

30, 34,

c)

ND

37,

Ezek. 20.
44, 24.

<fe

Deut.
Ezek. 20,

r ch. 20, 8.
5, 12.

a ch.

Num.

2.

3.'),

man

And

'the table

and

pure candlestick with


the altar of incense,
9

And

'the

his furniture,

and

''the

his furniture,

and

his furniture,
all

and

""the laver

&

16, 23,

20, 10.

and

with

X ver. 13. Ezek. 20.

all

his loot,

10 And "the clothes of service, and the holy


garments for Aaron the priest, and the garments of his sons, to minister in the priest's
office,

12, 20.

y Gen.

31,

1,

2,

2.

we wot

2 Cor.

32.
28.

7cere

13,

10,

3, 3.

13 Speak thou also unto the children of


iVerily my sabbaths ye shall
keep for it is a sio;n between me and you
throughout your generations
that i/e may
know that I am the Lord that doth sanctify you.
14 'Ye shall keep the sabbath therefore;
for it is holy unto you.
Every one that defileth it shall surelv be put to death
for
'whosoever doeth anij work therein, that
soul shall be cut off from among his people.
15 'Six days mav work be done, but in the

D.-ut,

18.

he had made

9, 16.

28.

Deut.

.Iuil. 17,

lKini;sl2,

Neh.

P. 106, 19.

46,6.

Rnm.

Is.ii.

Acts
1,

7, 41.

23.

f Lev. 23, 2.4,21.


37.
2 Kin^s 10,
20.
2 Chron. 30,
'

5.

it

//,

he built an

al-

and Aaron made ^proclamation,


and said. To-morrow ?> a feast to the Lord.
6 And thev rose up early on the morrow,
and offered burnt-offerings, and brought
and the ^people sat down
peace-offerings
to eat and to drink, and rose up to play.
it

Cor. 10, 7

h Deut,

9, 12.

Chap.
Dan, 9, 24.
1.

ears,

a tiraving tool, after


a molten calf: and they said.

And when Aaron saw

tar before

18.

9.

which

gods, O Israel, which brought


of
the land of Egypt.
out
thee up

26, 27.

3,4.

their

These be-ihy

d Jud?. 8, 24, 25,

e ch. 20.23.

in

Aaron.
4 ""And he received
them at their hand,
and fashioned it with

9, 9.

become of

to

saying,
Israel, saying,

is

and brought them un-

1491.

a ch.24,

the

IMoses,

en ear-rings

&

11.

this

up out of the land

not what

1491.
z ch. 24. 12, <t
34.
15, 16.
29.
Deut. 4,
<t 5, 22,
9.

&

11 "And the anointing oil, and Psweet incense for the holy place : according to all
that I have commanded thee shall they do.
12 IT And the Lord spake unto Moses,

of Egypt,

us

the ''golden ear-rings which are in the ears


of vour wives, of your sons, and of your
daughters, and" bring them unto me.
3 And all the people brake off the gold-

t Ileb. holiness.

altar of burnt-offering

brought

him.
2 And Aaron said unto them. Break off

Ch.

n Gen. 2, 2.

as fo7-

for

that

ch. 20, 9.

of the tabernacle,
8

before us

''go

15, 35.
t

to

Up, make us gods which shall

12.

saw that
come down

the people

out of the mount, the people


gathered themselves together
unto Aaron, and said unto him.

3, 30. i-

19.

2.

12, 20,

when

Moses 'delayed

Lev.
2fi,

XXXII.

Tlie ]ieople, in the absence of Moses, cause .\aron to make a calf.


7 God IS angered thereby.
11 .\t the entreaty ot .Moses he is appeased.
VJ He breaketh
15 .Moses conieth down with the tables.
them. "20 lie destroyeth the calf. 22 .Aaron's e.^ccuse for himself.
25 Moses causeth the idolaters to be slam
30 He prayeth for the
people.

29.

25, 31,

3^1.

37, 29.

p ch.

have given with him


'Ahoiiab the son of Ahisamach, of the tribe
and in the hearts of all that are
of Dan
that they
'wise-hearted I have put wisdom
mav make all that I have commanded thee
7 'The tabernacle of the congregation, and
^the ark of the testimony, and ""the mercyseat that is thereupon, and all the ffurniture
I,

o ch.

testi-

tables of stone,

111.

k ch.37.

and on the

and was refreshed.


18 H And he gave
unto Moses, when he
had made an end of
comnmning with him
upon Mount Sinai,

f ell. 3H, 8.

\g

earth,

seventh dav he rested

7, 14.

tribe of Judali

in silver,

31.

35,

e ch. 28, 3,
111, 35,
36,

of

''son

ch,

Lord made heaven and

d ch. 35, 34.

spake unto

the

Chroii. 2, 20.

Kings

have called by

name Bezaleel

And

fholy to the

rest,

covenant.
17 It is "a sign between me and the children of Israel for ever for 'i?i si.x days the

36,

1,

XXXI.

the Lord
Moses, saying,

Ley.

the sabbath of

ND

M.

p ver. 33.

Bezaleel ami Ahoiiab are called and made meet for the work of the
12 The chservalion of the sabbath is again commanded.
tabernacle.
18 Moses receiveth the two tables.

and

ver.
37.

'I

CHAPTER

gold,

Lev.

ch. 29. 42.

is

THE GOLDEN CALK.

I.

whosoever doeth any work in the


sabbath-day, he shall surely be put to death.
16 Wherefore the children of Israel shall
keep the sabbath, to observe the sabbath
throughout their generations, /o/- a perpetual

Lord

lb, a.

his people.

XXX1

XXXI.,

Ver.

33,

I.

7 H And the
get thee down

Lord
:

said unto Moses, ''Go,

for thv people,


9.'3

which thou

ftlOSES

EXODUS.

ENTREATETH THE LOUD.

MOSES BREAKETH THE

TA15LES.

.^^J^J^^^'^V^rJ^'^^^

^,VS

-lit,

^-^

,.

C-.^

<-r'/<f^^v

MOSES BREAKING THE TABLES


broughtest out of tlic land ot" Egypt, 'have
corrupted tlieinselves
8 They have turned aside (juickly out of
they
the way which '*! conmiaiided them

I
Geu.

11, 12.

fi,

Ucuter.

16,

4,

Judges

32, 5.

Hos.

19.

14

2,

thee a great nation.


11 'And Moses besought fthe

Lord

his

Lord, why doth thy wrath


wax hot against thy people, which thou hast
God, and

cli.

20, 3, 4, 23.

Deut.
1

9. 16.

Kings

ni ch.

3, 5,

Deut.

34,9.
13,

12, 28.

33,

&

&
2

Chronicles

311, 8.

Isai. 48, 4.

Ads

7, 51.

n Deut.

9, 14, 19.

o ch. 22, 24.


p

Numb.

14, 12.

q Deut.
27,

28,

74,
23.

1,

26,
Ps.

18,

9,

2'J.

&

2,

106,

+ Hel). the face oj


the Lord.
r

Nuuibers 14,
Deut. 9, 28, &

evil against

Remember Abraham,

and

Israel,

96

"'repented of the

evil

do unto his people.


15 T[ And ''Moses turned, and went down
from the mount, and the two tables of the
testimony were in his hand the tables were
written on both their sides on the one side
and on the other were they written.
16 And the ^tables were the work of God,
and the writing was the writing of God, graven upon the tables.
17 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.
18 And he said. It is not the voice of therri
to

that shout for mastery, neither

is it the voice
of them that cry for f being overcome
hut
the noise of them that sing do I hear.
19 H And it came to pass as soon as he
came nigh unto the camp, that ^he saw the
calf, and the dancing
and Moses' anger
waxed hot, and he cast the tables out of his
hands, and brake them beneath the mount.
20 "And he took the calf which they had
made, and burnt it in the fire, and ground it
to powder, and strewed it upon the water,
and made the children of Israel drink of it.
21 And Moses said unto Aaron, ''What did
this people unto thee, that thou hast brought
so great a sin upon them ?
22 And Aaron said. Let not the anger of
:

Gen. 22,

Heb.

16.

6, 13.

u Gen.
15,

12, 7,

&

cfe

15, 7,

13,
IS,

&

26,4,*! 28,13,
<k35, 11, 12.

Deut. 32, 26.

Sam.

24,

16.

Chron.21,15. Ps.
106, 45.
Jer. 18,
8, <t 26, 13, 19.
.Ioel2. 13. .Ii.nah
3, 10,

Isaac,

Lord

13.

32,

27.

thy people.

thy servants, to whom thou 'svvarest by


thine own self, and saidst unto them, "I will
multiply your seed as the stars of heaven,
and all this land that I have spoken of w ill

the

9, 6,

31, 27.

said.

brought forth out of the land of Egypt, with


great power, and with a mighty hand \
12 "Wherefore should the Egyptians speak
and say. For mischief did he bring them out,
to slay them in the mountains, and to consume them from the face of the eartii ? Turn
from thy fierce wrath, and 'repent of this

13

ever.

And

which he thought

9, 9.

have made them a mohcn calf, and have


worshipped it, and have sacrificed thereunto,
and said, 'These he thy gods, O Israel, which
have brought thee up out of the land of
Egypt.
9 And the Lord said unto Moses, '"I have
seen tliis people, and behold, it is a stiffnecked people
10 Now therefore "let me alone, that my
wrath may wax hot against them, and that
and ''I will make of
I may consume them

give unto your seed, and they shall inherit

it for

X Deut.
y ch.

&

4, 2.

9, 15.

31, 18.

Ileb. weakness,

Deut.

9, 16, 17

a Deut. 9, 21.
b

Gen. 20,
10.

9,

26,

CHAPTER

MOSES rilAYETH FOR THE PEOPLE.

my lord wax

XXXIIl. GOD TALKETH WITH

MOSES OPENLY.

knowest the people,

and

to .Jacob, saying, ''Unto thy seed will I

that they are set on mischief.


23 Vox they said iinto me, ''Make us gods

give

it

hot:

''tliou

&

r ch. 14. II.


15,
24,
16, 2, 20,
28, &. 17, 2, i.

go before us: for as for this Moses, the man that brought us up out of the
land of Egypt, we wot not what is become

which

d ver.

shall

g 2 Chron. S8, la.

And

them break

it

it

25 H

into the

fire,

and there

and there

fell

II

'llFor

had

said,

15, IS, 22.

the Hivite, and the Jebusite


3 "Unto a land flowing with milk and honey:
"for I will not go up in the midst of thee
for
thou art a ^stiff-necked people lest ''I con;

sume thee in the way.


4 H And when the people heard these evil
tidings, 'they mourned
''and no man did put
on him his ornaments.
5 For the Lord had said unto Moses, Say
:

And Moses

Or,

Consecrate

said,

yourselves to-day

Loud, beman
heenagamst

to the

cause every
h:illi

son, and against his brothhis

er, 4-c.

t Hull.

your

Fill

hands.
k

n Deut.

18.

16, 12.

Rom.

9, 3.

&

Ps. 56, 8.

Dan.

139,

12,

of the

I.

Rev.

Phil. 4, 3.
3, 5,

13, 8,

17, 8,
20, 12,
15,
21, 27,
22, 19.

&

fConsecrate

Lord, even every


man upon his son, and upon his brother; that
he may bestow upon yon a blessing this day.
30 H 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
yourselves to-day to the

&

Lev. 23, 30. Ezek.


16,4.

rli.

&c.

33, 2, 14,

Nuiub. 20,
Deuter.

the children of Israel stripped themornaments by the Mount Horeb.


7 And Moses took the tabernacle, and
pitched it without the camp afar off from the

camp, "and called

it the Tabernacle of the


Congregation.
And it came to pass, that
every one which ^sought the Lord, went out
unto the tabernacle of the congregation,

which

icas Axithout the

16.

Rom.

14.

2, 5, 6.

Samuel

u 2

Acts

went out unto the

9,

12,

7, 41.

tabernacle,

a ch. 32, 7.

b Gen.

unto the Lord


'peradventure I shall '"make
an atonement for your sin.
31 And Moses "returned unto the Lord,
and said. Oh, this people have sinned a great
sin, and have "made them gods of gold.
32 Yet now, if thou wilt forgive their sin
and if not, ^blot me, I pray thee, ""out of thy
book which thou hast written.
33 And the Lord said unto Moses, 'Whosoever hath sinned against me, him will I
blot out of my book.
34 Therefore now go, lead the people unto
the place of which I have spoken unto thee

.lush. 24, II.

e ch. 3, 8.
f ver. 15, 17.

g ch. 32,9,
Ueut. 9,

made

the

calf

Sara.

Jt'
^/^

Sii

10,

Kings

19,

Job

3.

sware

20,
Isai.32,
I,

E<ek.24,

17,

''at

all

his tent-door,

See Numb.

16,

II

Deut.

8,

Ps.

2.

139, 23.

the people, be-

p Deut. 4,

Sam.

21,

29.
1.

16, 27.

r ch. 25, 22, <t

18.

31,

Ps. 99, 7.

Genesis

30.

32,

Numbers

8.

12,

Deut. 34,

10.

u ch. 24, 13.


1 ch. 32, 34.
y ver. 17.
19.
15.

Gen.

Ps. 1,6.

John

1,5

LORD

in his tent-door.

18,

Jor.

10, 14.

2Tim2,

And

but
he turned again into the camp
Joshua the son of Nun, a young
man, departed not out of the tabernacle.
12 \ And Moses said unto the Lord, See,
"thou sayest unto me. Bring up this people
and thou hast not let me know whom thou
Yet thou hast said, 'I
wilt send with me.
know thee by name, and thou hast also found

And

19.

grace in niv sight.


13 Now therefore, I iiray thee, "if I have
found grace in thy sight, "shew me now thy

2 ch. 34, 9.
n Ps. 25, 4, .t 27,
11. .V

land

86,

II,

&

119,33.

Lord spake unto Moses face


man speaketh unto his friend.

'the

to face, as a

"his servant

o rh. 29, 42, 43.

which Aaron

and

looked after Moses,


until he was gone into the tabernacle.
9 And it came to pass, as Moses entered
into the tabernacle, the cloudy pillar descended, and stood at the door of the tabernacle,
'tfilked with Moses.
and the
10 And all the people saw the cloudy piland all the
lar stand at the tabernacle-door
people rose up and "worshipped, every man
11

ver. 3.

45, 46.

wjiich I
unto Abraham, to Isaac

2
Es-

Ezra

4, 1, 4.

11.

said unto Moses,

the

1.

23, <t 26, 16.

Depart and go up hence, thou


"and the people which thou hast
l)rought up out of the land of

^\ Egypt, unto

6.

19,

<S:2, 12.

refuseth to go as he had promised with the people. 4 The


people murniur thereat.
7 The tabernacle i.s removed out of the
camp. U The Lord talketh familiarly v/ith Moses. 12 Moses desireth to see the glory of God.

Lord

16,

14,1, 39.

Kmss
9,

The Lord

the

32,

24.
21, 27.

ther

CHAPTER XXXHL

"^

Numb.

k Levit.

q Numb.

^r^^^^^ND

&

Numbers

10.

made.

34,9,

21,45.

mine Angel shall go before thee


nevertheless, 'in the day when I visit, I will
visit their sin upon them.
"they

6, 13.

h ch. 23,21,

'Behold,

cause

34,

II.

d Deulernn. 7, 22.

Lord plagued

c ch. 32, 34,

the

Ch.

12, 7.

32, 13.

And

that

people rose up,


and stood every man

the

35

camp.
8 And it came, to
pass
when Moses

35.

32,

Amus 3,

And

selves of their

P Ps. 69, 28.

16.

13.

9, 18.

o rh. 20, 23.

i\

unto the children of Israel, 'Ye are a stiffnecked people


I will come up "'into the
midst of thee in a moment, and consume
thee
therefore now put off thy ornaments
from thee, that I may "know what to do
unto thee.
:

S.im. 12, 20, 23.

Luke 15,
2 Samuel

Amus 5, 15.
m Numb. 25,

people that day about three thousand men.

Moses

10.

33, 9,

Sam.

37.

Levi gathered themselves together unto him.


27 And he said unto them. Thus saitli the
Lord God of Israel, Put every man his sword
by his side, and go in and out from gate to
gate throughout the camp, and ""slay every
man his brother, and every man his companion, and every man his neighbour.
28 And the children of Levi did according

word of Moses

5.

Prov.21,3. Zech.
Matt. 10,
13, 3.

that the people

Aaron ^had made them naked unto their shame among f their enemies,)
26 Then Moses stood in the gate of the
camp, and said. Who is on the Lord's side?
And all the sons of
let him come unto me.

29

&

II,

And when Moses saw

25,
8.

NumI). 25, II, 12,


Ueut. 13, 613.
1

jverc "^naked, (for

to the

Numbers

drive

Ihal

against

Deut. 33,
I

me

then I cast
'came out this calf.
it

up

them.

Whosoever hath
off.
So they gave

said unto them.

gold, let

those

Ilcb.
rose

send an angel before thee;


out the Canaanite, the

I will

will

Amorite, and the Hittite, and the Perizzite,

f ch. 33, 4, 5.

24
any

''and

1.

e ver. 4.

of him.

2 ''And

b Deut. 9. 26, 29.


Joel 2, 17

wav,

tliat I

grace
nation

in
/s'

may know

thee, that I

may

find

and consider that this


thy sight
''thy people.
:

EXODUS.

THE TABLES ARE RENEWED.


14

And

he

said, ''My

and I will give thee


15 And he said unto him, "If thy presence
go not with me, carry us not up hence.
16 For wherein siiall it he known here that
I and thy people have found grace in thy
sight
Is it not in that thou goest with us
^shall
we be separated, I and thy people,
So
all
the
people that are upon the face of
from
""rest.

&

c ch. 13,21,
40,
34-38. Is:ii.63,9.

Deut.3,211. Josti.

(1

21,44,<t22.

II

23,1.

Ps. 95, 11.

ie

ver. 3.

Ch.34,9.

Numb.

7,23.

James

k ver. 20.

Rom.

said,

'I

will

make

8, 22,

13,22.

Isai.6, 5.

Isai. 2. 21.

my

the

Lord

man

see me, and


said. Behold, there

Deut. 10,
b ver. 28.
10,2,4.

come

glory passetji by, that

of the rock

and

to

pass,

while

Numb.

my hand while I pass by


23 And I will take away mine hand,
thou shalt see my back parts but my

with

k Ps. 103, 3, & 130,


4.
Daniel 9, 9,
Ephes. 4, 32. 1

face

John 1.9.
lcb.23,7,21. Josh.
Job 10,
24, 19.
14.
Mull. 6, 11.1
Nah. 1, 3.

XXXIV.

The name

LORD

of the

the

Lord

15, 16.

o ch. 33,

3.

Zech.
q Deut.

Sam.

the

Judg.

7, 2.

2, 2.

y ch. 23, 33.


zch. 23,24. Deut.
Ju.]g.2,

12,3.
t

break

other god:
is a

''no

Jealous,

is

2.

So

,34,

9,

3, 4.

6,

&

17

Deuleron. 31, 16.


Judg. 2, 17. J.r.
Ezek. 6, 9.
3, 9.

g Numb.

25, 2.
Cor. 10, 27.
Ps. 105, 28.

Cor. 8, 4, 7, 10.
i

Deuter. 7,

3.

Kings 1,2. Ezri'i


Neh. 13, -25.

9,2.

unto

Numb.
1

'

Mount Sinai, as the


Lord had connnand-

25,

1,

2.

Kings 11,4.

ch. 32,

8.

Levit.

19, 4.

m
1

ch. 12, 15,

23,

15.

n ch.

13, 4.

o ch.

13,

22,29.

<

30.

)!

2,

12,

&

Ezek. 44,

Luke

2. 23.

p ch. 13, 13. Numbers 18. 15.


Or, kul
II

and do

?call thee,

sacrifice

unto their

and thou

'"eat

of his

'Thou

shalt

make

thee

no

molten

5.

e ver. 12.

and one

in-

whoring

57, 15.

d ch. 20,
f

gods,

'^go

16 And thou take of 'their daughters unto


thy sons, and their daughters ''go a whoring
after their gods, and make thy sons go a
whoring after their gods.

2 Chruii.

Isai.

covenant with the

b ch. 20, 3, 5.
I

sacrifice

Judges 6, 25.
2 Kings 18, 4, &

&

make

2.

23, 14.
31, 1,

5 "Lest thou

after their gods,

12,

98

God

altars,

their groves

habitants of the land, and they

Heb. statues.

a Deut. 7, 5,

first

ed him, and took in


his iiand the two tables of stone.

&

early in the morning,

up

''jealous

which

and Moses rose up

and went

for the

&

tables of stone,

unto

down

14 For thou shalt worship


Lord, whose "name

2
Ps.

23.

7,

"cut

like

29,

77, 14,
78, 12,
147, 20.
Dent. 10, 21. Ps.
145,6. Isai. 64, 3.'
t Deut. 5, 32,
6,
12, 28,
3, 25,
32,
28, 1.
u ch. 33, 2.
X ch. 23, 32. Deut.

two

5, 2,

and

their f images,

2, 12.

Deuter. 4, 32.

13 But ye shall 'destroy their

12, 14,
r

thou brakest.
2 And be ready in the morning, and come
up in the morning unto Mount Sinai, and
present thyself there to me "in the top of the
mount.
3 And no man shall ''come up with thee,
neither let any man be seen throughout all
the mount
neither let the flocks nor herds
feed before that mount.
4 H And he hewed

the midst of thee

&

&

said unto Moses,

in the first tables

Ps.

9.

28, 9,
33, 12,
78, 62, i- 94,
14.
Jer. 10, 16.

thee two tables of stone


like unto the first
''and I will
write upon these tables the words

were

ch. 4, 31.

n ch. 33,

p Deut. 32,

'Hew

that

9,4.

proclaimed.
8 Moses entreateth God lo go with them.
10 God malieth a covenant with them, repeating certain duties of the first table. 28 Moses, after forty days in the mount, cometh down with the tables.
21)
His face shineth, and he covereth it with a vail.

ND

5,

10.
Ps. 86, 15.
Jcr. 32, 18. Dan.

and

said.

all

4: 108,

Deut.

6.

he

before

do with thee.
1
'Observe thou that which I command
thee this dav
behold, "I drive out before
thee the Ainorite, and the Canaanite, and
the Hittite, and the Perizzite, and the Hivite, and the Jcbusite.
12 'Take heed to thyself, lest thou make a
covenant with the inhabitants of the land
whither thou goest, lest it be for ^a snare in

4.

ch.20,

sin,

will

CHAPTER
tables are renewed.

&

2, 4.

and our

for ''thine inheritance.

&

shall 'not be seen.

The

9,

9.

P,s.

&

17.

a stiff-necked

is

Behold, ''I make a covethy people I will "^do marvels, such as have not been done in all the
earth, nor in any nation
and all the people
among which thou art shall see the work of
the Lord
for it is ''a terrible thing that I

103, 8,
86, 15,
<t 111, 4,
112,
4,
116, 5,
145,8. Joel 2, 13.
g Ps. 31,19. Rom.

will '"cover thee

ion And

nant

14, 18.

Chrunicles 30,

Neh.

my

^'in

and take us

e ch.33, 19. Numbers 14. 17.

"it

a ch. 19, 12, 13,21

h Ps.57,10,

will put thee

24,

us, (for

people,) and pardon our iniquity

cS:

COVENANT WITH THE PEOPLE.

go among

thee,

Deut.

12.

shall

1,

1.

c ch. 19, 20,

live.
is

GOD

a chap. 32, 16, 19.

place by me, and thou shalt stand upon a


it

Ji.hn

18.

no

1, 4.

r ver. 20.

whom I will be gracious, and will


sliew mercy on whom I will shew mercy.
20 And he said, Thou canst not see my
face: for "there shall

&

Judges

Rev. 1, 16, 17.


See (h.24, 10.

goodproclaim the

all

16,

18.

n Rum. 4, 4, 16.
o Genesis 32, 30.
Deuteron. 5, 24.

q Ps. 91,

And he

6, 7.

5,

31, 14.
9, 15,

.ler.

"gracious to

Tun.

6, 16.

chap. 34,

ness pass before thee, and I will


name of the Lord before thee '"and will be

cleft

5, 16.

ver. 12.

And

Ps. 147, 20.


19, 21.

53.

''thy glory.

rock
22

'

b,

|h Genesis

And

Kings

II

17 And the Lord said unto Moses, ''I will


do this thing also that thou hast spoken for
'thou hast found grace in my sight, and I
know thee by name.
18 And he said, I beseech thee, shew me

21

2 Sain.

4, 7. 34.

the earth.

19

14, 14.
10. Dent.

J rh.34,
|:

'?

4, A;

ll

5 And the Lord descended in the cloud,


and stood with him there, and "proclaimed
the name of the Lord.
6 And the Lord passed by before him, and
proclaimed. The Lord, The Lord "^God,
merciful and gracious, long-suffering, and
abundant in ^goodness and ''truth,
7 'Keeping mercy for thousands, ''forgiving
iniquity and transgression and sin, and 'that
will by no means clear the guilty ; visiting
the iniquity of the fathers upon the children,
and upon the children's children, unto the
third and to the fourth generation.
8 And Moses made haste, and "bowed his
head toward the earth, and worshipped.
9 And he said, If now I have found grace
in thy sight, O Lord, "let my Lord, I pray

presence shall go toilh

thee,

gods.

18 n The feast of ""unleavened bread shalt


Seven days shalt thou eat unthou keep.
leavened bread, as I commanded thee, in the
time of the month Abib for in the "month
Abib thou camest out from Egypt.
19 "All that openeth the matrix is mine:
and every firstling among thy cattle, ivhether
ox or sheep, that is male.
20 But Pthe firstling of an ass thou shalt
redeem with a ||lamb: and if thou redeem
him not, then .shalt thou break his neck.
:

CHAPTER XXXV.

MOSES FACE SHINETH.

All the first-born of tlij sous thou shalt reAnd none shall appear before uie
deem.

23, 15. Dnit.


16.16.
Sam ,
7. 8.
2 Sam. 2J,
i:li.

I]

of wheat-harvest,
and the feast of in-gathering at the fyear's
first-fruits

12,

9,

211,

i 35, 2.

tcr.m.

Luko

13.

Deut.

|hath connnanded, that yf should do

t Hell, revolution of

chap. 23, 14, 17.


Deut. 16, 16.

u ch. 33,

of Israel.

7,

X Deut. 12, 20,

<!:

19, 8.

my

with leaven, "neither shall the sacrifeast of the passover be left until
the
fice of
morning.
the
26 "The first of the first-fruits of thy land
thou shalt bring unto the house of the Lord
"Thou shalt not seethe a kid in
thv God.
sacrifice

his mother's milk.

y See Gen.

35, 5.

2 Chruu. 17, 10.


Acts
Prov. 16, 7

z ch. 23, 18.

a ch. 12, 10.

Deut.

c ch. 23, 19.

14,21.

Deut.
31,9.

ver. 10.

&

13,

^two tables of testimony in Moses' hand,


when he came down from the mount,) that
Moses wist not that Mie skin of his face
shone, while he talked wth him.
30 And when Aaron and all the children
of Israel saw Moses, behold, the skin of his
face shone
and they were afraid to come
nigh him.
31 And Moses called unto them; and Aaron
and all the rulers of the congregation returned unto him and Moses talked with them.
32 And afterward all the children of Israel
came nigh 'and he gave them in connnandment all that the Lord had spoken with him
;

4,

Deut.

9, 9, 18.

in

Mount

33

And

&

Ch.31,I8,
D.

32, 16.

4, 13,

Heb.

ut.

10, 2,4.

ujords.

g ch. 32,

15.

h Matt.

17,

2.

Cur. 3,7, 13.


ch. 24,

It

3.

2 Cor.

2 Cur.

vail

on

his face.

taches,

and

b ch. 20, 9,
14, 15.

31,
23,

<fe

l.e-.-.

tent,

and his cov-

his boards, his bars, his

and his sockets


12 'The ark, and the staves thereof, with
the mercy-seat, and the vail of the coverpillars,

a ch. 34, 32.

Numb.

ic.

15, 32,
Deut. 5. 12.

Luke

13, 14.

3.

13

The

''table,

vessels, 'and the

t lleb. holiness.

his furniture,
d ch. 25,

1,

and his staves, and


shew-bread

and

all

his

14 "'The candlestick also

c ch. 16, 23.

for the light,

his lamps,

with the

and

oil for

2.

the light;
c ch. 25, 2.

15 "And the incense-altar, and his staves,


oil, and Pthe sweet incense, and the hanging for the door at the

f ch. 25, 6.

S ch. 31,

h ch.

"and the anointing

6.

26, 1,2,

ch. 25, 10,

4c.

entering in of the tabernacle


16 "iThe altar of burnt-oflfering, with his
;

&c.

brazen

chap. 25, 30. Lev.


24, 5, 6.

34 But 'when Moses went in before the m ch. 25,31,


Lord to speak with him, he took the vail
n ch. 30,
off, until he came out.
And he came out and

ic.

grate, his staves,

and

all

his vessels,

the laver and his foot


17 'The hangings of the court, his pillars,
and their sockets, and the hanging for the

door of the court


18 The pins of the tabernacle, and the pins
of the court, and their cords
19 *The clothes of service, to do service in
the holy place, the holy garments for Aaron
the priest, and the garments of his sons, to

1.

spake unto the children of Israel that which


he was connnanded.
35 And the children of Israel saw the face
of Moses, that the skin of Moses' face shone:
and Moses put the vail upon his face again,
until he went in to speak with Him.

goats' /lair,

rams' skins dyed red, and badgers'


skins, and shittim-wood,
8 And oil for the light, "^and spices for
anointing oil, and for the sweet incense,
9 And onyx-stones, and stones to be set for
the ephod, and for the breast-plate.
10 And ^every wise-hearted among you
shall come, and make all that the Lord hath

ering;, his

Moses had done speaking with


''a

and

And

11 ''The tabernacle, his

3, 10.

k ch. 25, 23.

them, he put

fine linen,

commanded

3, 13.

Sinai.
till

him bring it, an offering of the


Lord gold, and silver, and brass,
6 And blue, and purple, and scarlet, and

heart, let

Take ye from among you an offering


Lord ""whosoever is of a willing
;

with Israel.

words of the covenant, the ten


fcommandments.
29 H And it came to pass when Moses
came down from Mount Sinai, (with the

throughout your

gation of the children of Israel, saying, ""This


is the thing which the Lord commanded,
saying,

unto the

28, 2, 10.

f ver. 1.

the tables the

fire

upon the sabbath-day.


4 H And Moses spake unto all the congre-

Deut.

ch. 23, 19.

e ch.24, 18.

3 'Ye shall kindle no

5
1)

27 And the Lord said unto Moses, Write


thou ''these words: for after the tenor of these
words I have made a covenant witli thee, and
28 "And he was there with the Lord forty
he did neither eat
days and forty nights
And "^he wrote upon
bread nor drink water.

habitations

IS, lU.

^Tliou shalt not offer the blood of

them.
2 ''Six days shall work be done, but on the
seventh day there shall be to you fa holy
day, a sabbath of rest to the Lord
whosoever doeth work therein shall be put to
death.

80, S.

thrice in the year.

25

Deut.

Ps. 78, 55, !c

1.

Lev.

2.

18, 24.

24 For I will "east out the nations before


thee, and "enlarge thy borders ^neitlier shall
any man desire thy land, when thou shalt
go up to appear before the Lord thy God

free gifts for the tabernacle.


20 The readi30 bezaleel anti Aholiab are calleti to

oH'er.

Moses gathered all the congregation of the children of Israel together, and said unto them, "These
are the words which the Lord

Deu-

the year.

God

The

ness of the people to


the work.

23,

5, 12,
13, 14.

s ch. 23, 16.


16, 10, 13.

s.ibliath.

ND

pIi.

end.

23 H 'Thriee in the year shall all your menchildren appear before the Lord God, the

The

24.
r

weeks, of the

offerings for the tabernacle.

CHAPTER XXXV.
1

lenipty.

21 i 'Six days thou shalt work, but on the


in earing-time
seventh day thou shalt rest
and in harvest thou shalt rest.
22 5 'And thou shalt observe the feast of

o ch. 30, 23

p ch. 30, 34.


q ch. 27,
r

I.

ch. 27, 9.

s ch. 31, 10,


1,

41.

6, 6,

Numb.

*r

39,
4,

minister in the priest's office.


20 II And all the congregation of the chil99"

THE PEOPLE

EXODUS.

READINESS TO OFFER.

departed from the presence of


Moses.
21 And they came, every one 'whose heart
stirred him up, and every one whom his
spirit made wiiUng, and tliey brought the

dreii of Israel

H9I.

C.

vcr. 5, 22, 26,


Ch. 25, 2,

&

2.

2, 9,

2'J,
3fi,

2 Ci.r.

T, 27.

r:i

&

8, 12,

9, 7.

even of them that do any work, and of those


that devise cunning work.

work of the tabernacle of the congregation, and for all his serLord's

offering to the

and

vice,

for the

v\ork all manner of work, of the


engraver, and of the cunning workman, and
of the embroiderer, in blue, and in purple, in
scarlet, and in fine linen, and of the weaver,
heart, to

Chron. 28,
& 29, 9. Ez-

THEIR LIBERALITY RESTRAINED.

CHAPTER XXXVL

holy

Chroii. 29, 8.
1

garments.

22

And they came,


men and womas many as were

both
en,

28. 3.

<t

3fi.

&

31,

I.

offerings are delivered to the workmen.


5 The liberality of the
people is restrained. 8 The curtains of cherubims. 14 The curtains
of goats' hair.
19 The covering of skins.
20 The boards with their
sockets. 31 The bars.
35 The vail. 37 The hanging for the door.

HEN wrought Bezaleel and Aholiab,

K^l^>3 23, 7.
Prov. 31, 19, 22,
24.

and

willing- hearted,

rlif),

The

brought bracelets, and


ear-rings,

and

and

work

to

And

"every

man

with

whom was

found

Cl.rcm.

Ezra

29,

C.

cording

2, 68.

to

all

the

that

ch. 30, 23.

badgers' skins, brought tJiem.

,
z vcr 21.
29, 9.

Chron.

"1

.1

women

that

and of purple, and of

ch. 31, 2,

ic

were "wisehands, and

scarlet,

I)

ch. 31, C.

and of
c vcr. 31.
3. 0.

11.

14.

Ch. 31,
Kings 7.

2 Chn.n. 2,
Isiii. 28, 26.

the breast-place

28 And ^spice, and oil for the light, and for


the anointing oil, and for the sweet incense.
29 The children of Israel brought a ^will-

make any more work for the offering of the


So the people were restrained

sanctuary.
a ch. 2S, 3,

31,

6, ii 36, 10, 35.

7 Foi' the stuff they

And

in gold,

33
tJiem,

to devise curious

and

And
and

in

in silver,

the

and

in carving of

works, to work

wood,

to

work

"^And

to

make

had was sufficient


and too much.

every wise-hearted

man among

wrought the work of the tabernacle made ten curtains of fine twined linen,
and blue, and purple, and scarlet xcith cherubims of cunning work made he them.
9 The length of one curtain was twenty
and eight cubits, and the breadth of one
that

curtain four cubits: the curtains icere

one
10

set

make any

manner of cunning work.


34 And he hath put in his heart that he
may teach, both he, and ''Aholiab, the son
of Ahisamach, of the tribe of Dan.
35 Them hath he ''filled with wisdom of
100

for

it,

c ch. 35, 2, 26.


Chron. 29, 5.

in brass,

cutting of stones, to

the

8 \
them

32

from bringing.
all

ship

they
caused it to be proclaimed throughout the
camp, saying. Let neither man nor woman

woman, whose heart made them willing to


bring, for all manner of work which the
Lord had commanded to be made by the
hand of Moses.
30 H And Moses said unto the children of
Israel, See, Hhe Lord hath called by name
Bezaleel, the son of Uri, the son of Hur, of
the tribe of Judah
31 And he hath filled him with the spirit
of God, in wisdom, in understanding, and in
knowledge, and in all manner of workman-

it

commanded to make.
G And Moses gave commandment, and

man and

ing offering unto the Lord, every

do

And

they received of Moses all the offering; which the children of Israel ''had brought
for the work of the service of the sanctuary,
to make it withal.
And they brought yet
unto him free-offerings every morning.
4 And all the wise men, that wrought all
the work of the sanctuary, came every man
from his work which they made
5 \ And they spake unto Moses, saying,
"The people bring much more than enough
for the service of the work which the Lord
3

fine linen.

26 And all the women whose heart stirred


them up in wisdom spun goats' hair.
27 And "the rulers brought onyx-stones,
and stones to be set, for the ephod, and for

Lord had

put wisdom, even every one 'whose heart

to

the

hearted did spin with their


brought that which they had spun, both of
blue,

heart the

him up to
come unto the work

it.

all

Lord had com-

stirred

25 And

for

2 And Moses called


Bezaleel and Aholiab, and every wiseheartedman, in whose

and purple, and scarlet, and fine linen,


and goats' hair, and red skins of rams, and

brought

know how

nianded.

blue,

24 Every one that did offer an offering of


silver and brass brought the Lord's offerand every man with whom was found
ing
shittim-wood for any work of the service,

put wisdom

to

manner of work

all

unto the Lord.

23

Lord

the service of the ''sanctuary, ac-

tablets, all
:

man

the

and understanding

rings,

jewels
of gold
and every
that offered, offered an offering of gold

and every "wise-hearted man,

whom

in

ch.

ifp,

of

And he coupled the five curtains one


unto another and the other five curtains he
coupled one unto another.
11 And he made loops of blue on the edge
of one curtain from the selvedge in the
coupling: likewise he made in the uttermost
:

e 2 Cor. 8, 2, 3.

all

size.

CHAPTER XXX VI

THE CURTAINS AND BOARDS.


side of another curtain, in

the coupling of

B.C. 1491.

and

^'Fitty

second

made he
made he in

loops

So

it

cli. 2(i, :

14 \ 'And he made curtains of goats' hair


over the tabernacle eleven curtains he made them.
:

length of one curtain was thirty


cubits, and four cubits teas the breadth of
one curtain the eleven curtains were of one

The

34 And he overlaid the boards with gold,


and made their rings o/"gold to he places for
the bars, and overlaid the bars with gold.
35 TI And he made "'a vail ofh\y\c, and puricith
ple, and scarlet, and fine twined linen
cherubims made he it of cunning work.
36 And he made thereunto four pillars of
shittim-if'ow/, and overlaid them with gold
and he cast for
their hooks were of gold
them four sockets of silver.
37 11 And he made a "hanging for the tabernacle-door of blue, and purple, and scarlet,
and fine twined linen, f of needle-work
38 And the five pillars of it, with their
hooks and he overlaid their chapiters and
:

And

he coupled

and

selves,

five

six curtains

curtains by them-

by themselves.

17 And he made fifty loops upon the uttermost edge of the curtain in the coupling,
and fifty loops made he upon the edge of
the curtain which coupleth the second.
18 And he made fifty taches of brass to
couple the tent together, that it might be

lleli, tiiin

snckcls,

twit sorkets

under

one Loa}il.

their fillets with gold

but their five sockets

xcere o/' brass.

one.

CHAPTER XXXVH.

19 'And he made a covering for the tent


of rams' skins dyed red, and a covering of
badgers' skins above that.
20 \ ^\nd he made boards for the tabernacle w/' shittim-wood, standing up.
21 The length of a board was ten cubits,
and the breadth of a board one cubit and a

ch. 26,

2(i

The mercy-seat with cherubims. 10 The table with


ark.
17 The caiullesticli with his lamps ami instruments.
his vessels.
25 The altar of incense. 2tf The anointing oil and sweet incense.
The

ND

Bezaleel made "the ark of


shittim-wood two cubits and a
:

half uHis the length of

height of

22 One board had two tenons, equally disthus did he make


tant one from another

boards

for

the

south

side

forty sockets of silver he made


under the twenty boards two sockets under one board for his two tenons, and two

he overlaid

it

it

w itli pure

another board for his two

llel.. the toork of


a needle-worker^
or, embroiderer.

I>

sides.

ch. 25, 17

Or. out o/,

JfC.

II

31

H And he made

there were eight boards and their


sockets ?w;e sixteen sockets of silver, f under
every l)oard two sockets.
;

'bars /"

shittim-wood

it.

staves

them with

o/"

shittim-wood, and

gold.

7 And he made two cherubims of gold,


beaten out of one piece made he them, on
the tw o ends of the mercy-seat
8 One cherub ||on the end on this side, and
another cherub ||on the other end on that
out of the mercy-seat made he the
side
cherubims on the two ends thereof
9 And the cherubims spread out their
wings on high, and covered with their wings
over the mercy-seat, with their faces one to
another; even to the mercy-seat-ward were
the faces of the cherubims.
10 II And he made 'the table of shiltiiii
:

the corners.

And

side of

And he made

29 And they were fcoupled beneath, and


c,oupled together at the head thereof, to one
ring
thus he did to both of them in both
30

two cubits and a half loas the length


gold
thereof and one cubit and a half the breadth
thereof

two

to

5 And he put the staves into the rings by


the sides of the ark, to bear the ark.
6 II And he made the ''mercy-seat of pure

tabernacle

which is toward the north corner, he made


twenty boards,
26 And their forty sockets of silver two
sockets under one board, and two sockets
under another board.
27 And for the sides of the tabernacle westward he made si.\ boards.
28 And two boards made he for the corners of the tabernacle in the

overlaid

tenons.
for the other side of the

gold within

And

upon the other

And

And

he set

under

he cast for it four rings of gold, to


even two
by the four corners of it
rings upon the one side of it, and two rings
3

soutli-

ward
24 And

sockets

and

and without, and made a crown of gold


it round about.

tor all the boards of the tabernacle.


23 And he made boards for the tabernacle;

twenty

it,

cubit and a half the breadth of


and a cubit and a half the
it,

half

25

bars for the

size.

IG

five

other.

tabernacle.

for the tent

and

westboards of the tabernacle


ward.
33 And he made the middle bar to shoot
through the boards from the one end to the

in the

became one

boards of the other

five bars for the

for the sides

13 And he made fifty taches of gold, and


coupled the curtains one unto another with

15

boards of the one side of the

side of the tabernacle,

other.

the taches.

And

32

one curtain,
the edge of the
in

coupling of the
the loops held one cwrtain to an-

which was

curtain

VATL, ARK, ETC.

tabernacle,

loops

fifty

for the

five

the second.

12

THE BARS,

J.

Or. oul of,

l,c.

101

;;

E X O iLU

THE TABLE AND CANDLESTICK.

THE ALTAR OF INCENSE.

S.

.RK AND MERCY-SEAT.

wood

two

cubits teas the length

going out of the sides thereof; three branches


of the candlestick out of the one side thereof,
and three branches of the candlestick out of

thereof,

and a cubit the breadtii thereof, and a cubit


and a liah' the height thereof:
11 And he overlaid it with pure gold, and
made thereunto a crown of gold round

the other side thereof:

19 Three bowls made after the fashion of


ahnonds in one branch, a knop and a flower
and three bowls made like almonds in another branch, a knop and a flower
so
throughout the six branches going out of

about.

12 Also he made thereunto a border of a


and made a
hand-breadth round about
crown of gold for the border thereof round
;

about.

13

And

Or,

he cast

for

it

four rings of gold,

pour out

t{i

viithal.

20

feet

thereof

ers

14 Over against the border were the

to

bear the

16 And he made the vessels which icere


upon the table, his ''dishes, and his spoons,
and his bowls, and his covers ||to cover
17 H

And

he made

"candlestick

of
of beaten
made he the

pure gold

work

all

]02

six

branches

''And he made the incense-altar of


shittim-wood
the length of it was a cubit,
and the breadth of it a cubit it was foursquare and two cubits was the height of it
the horns thereof were of the same.
26 And he overlaid it with pure gold, both
the top of it, and the sides thereof round
:

bowls, his- knops, and


his flowers were of
the same

And

the vessels thereof

25 H

candlestick; his shaft,


and his branch, his

IS

o/pure gold.
23 And he made his seven lamps, and his
snuffers, and his snuff-dishes, o/"pure gold.
24 Of a talent of pure gold made he it, and

withal, o/'pure gold.

the

were four bowls


almonds, his knops and his flow-

in the candlestick

And a knop under two branches of the


same, and a knop under two branches of
the same, and a knop under two branches
of the same, according to the six branches
going out of it.
22 Their knops and their branches were
of the same
all of it was one beaten work

table.

like

21

rings,

the places for the staves to bear the table.


15 And lie made the staves <?/'shittim-wood,

and overlaid them with gold,

And

made

and put the rings upon the four corners that


were in the four

the candlestick.

f oh. 30,

CHAPTER

rHE AI.TAK OF BURNT-OFFEKING.

X X X V 1 I I.

THE LAVER OF BRASS.

THE GOLDEM CANDLESTICK.


the horns ot" it
also he made
crown of gold round about.
27 And he made two rings ot' gold for it
under tlie crown thereof, by the two corners
of it, upon the two sides thereof, to be places
about, and

unto

it

for the staves to

bear

work of

staves.

ch. 30, 23, 34.

6
7

And

he put the

a ch.

27,

The

The

8 The laver of lirass.


siun of that the people oflered.

ND

'he

made

The

court.

the altar of burnt-

cul)its
Jffl*-

And

Or, brazen g!asj-

tlie

And

he

court

made

on the
southward
:

10 Their pillars were twenty, and their


the hooks of the
brazen sockets twenty
pillars, and their fillets, were o/' silver.
11 And for the north side, the liangings
ivere a hundred cubits, their pillars were
twenty, and their sockets of brass twenty
;

brass.

asxcnihlini^

HpI).

bv

troop.t,

.Sam. 2, 22.

made he of brass.
he made for the altar a brazen grate
ot net-work under the compass thereof beneath unto the midst of it.
b -\iid he cast tour rings for the four ends

of brass,

II

vessels thereof

II

it

the hangings of the court ivere of {\ne twined


linen, a hundred cubits

3 And he made all the vessels of the altar,


the pots, and the shovels, and the basins, and
the fiesh-hooks, and the fire-pans
all the

on
he

looking-glass-

south side

breadth

the

II

'the

four-square; and

three cubits the height thereof


he made the horns thereof on
the four corners of it
the horns thereof
were of the same and he overlaid it with

.and five
thereof; /^

withal

women fassembling, which assi'mbled at the door


of the tabernacle of
the congregation.

offering of shittim-wood
five
[cubits was tlie length thereof,

it

the foot of
es of

shittim-wood,

.staves into the rings

of the

the apothecary.

altar of burtit-offenng-

21

o/'

brass.

made the altar hollow with boards.


8 \ And he made ''the laver of bras.s, and

CHAPTER XXXVni.
1

the staves

and overlaid them with

withal.

it

And he made

the sides of the altar, to bear

28 And he made the staves o/shittim-wood,


and overlaid them with gold.
29 H And he made ^the holy anointing oil,
and the pure incense of sweet spices, according to the

of the grate of brass, to be places for the

n.4

the hooks of the pillars, and their fdlets, of


silver.

And

12
fifty

And

ets ten
7,

lor the

west side

icere

cubits, their pillars ten,

fdlets,

c'/'

and

hangings of
their sock-

the hooks of the pillars, and their


silver.

iU3

THE COURT, WITH

EXODUS.

ITS HANGIINGS.

THE ALTAR FOR BDRN T-0


13

And

for

tlie

side

east

eastward

d ch. 27,

14 Tiic liangiiigs of the one side of the


gate ivere lifteea cubits their pillars three,
and their sockets tliree.
15 And for the other side of the court-gate,
on this hand and tliat hand, were hangings

IG

All

their pillars three,

17

And

fillets,

of

chapiters

I, 5(1,

53,

&

15.

9,

111.

&

11,
17,7, 8, <fc
2 t:liron
18, 2.

Alls

24,6.

7,. H.

and their

of the

twined

round

court

Numb.

4, 28, 33.

and the overlaying of their


and all the pillars of the
ch. 31, 2,

h rh.

47,

&

5, 15,

Numb.

3, 25.

&

18, 16.

answerable to

the hangings of the court.


their

ch. 30, 13, 15

their hooks of silver,


sockets of brass four
and the overlaying of their chaj)iters and
;

their

fillets

20 And

of silver.

of the tabernacle, and


of the court round about, were oj brass.
i21 H This is the sum of the tabernacle,
even of '"the tabernacle of testimony, as it
was counted, according to the commandment of Moses, for the service of the Leall

the

Hcb. a poll

''pins

lU-1

Aaron

and

in purple,

in scarlet,

and

in all the

work

was occupied
of the holy

for the

iilace,

even

was twenty and nine

and seven hundred and

thirty shekels,

25 And the silver of them that were numbered of the congregation xoas a hundred
talents, and a thousand seven hundred and

r>.

13.

.SO.

Lev.

and

to

after ''the shekel of the sanctuary.

and
and scarlet, and line twined linen
twenty cubits ivas the length, and the height

their pillars were four,

and

the gold of the otfering,


talents,

o/" silver;

in the breadth loas five cubits,

hand of Ithamar, son

All the gold that

work
f

court ivas needle-work, of blue, and purple,

And

22 And ^Bezaleel the son of Uri, the son


of Ilur, of the tribe of Judah, made all that
the Lord commanded Moses.
23 And with him %oas Aholiab, son of
Ahisamach, of the tribe of Dan, an engraver,
and a cunning w orkman, and an embroiderer

24

linen.

court loere fdleted with silver.


18 And the hanging for the gate of the

19

N G

fine linen.

the sockets for the pillars icere of


of the pillars, and their

silver

Numb.

&

the hooks

in blue,

the hangings

al)out were of fine

brass

the priest.

19.

F F E

vites, 'by tlie

fifty

cubits.

of fifteen cubits
sockets three.

THE SUM OF THAT THE PEOPLE OFFERED.

k Nuuib,

1,

40.

24.

27,
3,

threescore and fifteen shekels, after the


shekel of the sanctuary
26 'A bekah for fevery man, that is, half a
shekel, after the shekel of the sanctuary, for
every one that went to be numbered, from
twenty years old and upward, for ""six hundred thousand and three thousand and five
:

hundred and fifty vien.


27 And of the hundred talents of silver
were cast 'the sockets of the sanctuary, and
a hundred sockthe sockets of the vail
ets of the hundred talents, a talent for a
;

socket.
1

.-11.26, 10,

32

28 And of the thousand seven hundred

THE HOLY GARMENTS.

H A P T E R XXXI X.

THE BREAST-PLATE.

THE BRAZEN LAVER

and in the fine linen, loith cunning


work.
4 They made shoulder-pieces for it, to

seventy and five shekels he made hooks tor


the pillars, and overlaid their chapiters, and

let,

them.
29 And the brass of the offering was seventy talents, and two thousand and four hun-

filleted

couple it together
coupled together.
rh. 31. 10,

1)

dred shekels.
30 And therewith he made the sockets to
the door of the tabernacle of the congregation, and the brazen altar, and the brazen grate for it, and all the vessels of the

.1-

35,

I'J.

d ch. 58. 6

of Israel.
7 And he put them on the shoulders of the
ephod, that they should be stones for a ""meas the Lord
morial to the children of Israel
;

2 The ephod. 8 The


clothes of service and holy garments.
27 The coats, mitre, and
breastplate. 22 The robe of the ephod.
girdle of tine linen.
30 The plate of the holy crown. 32 All is

commanded Moses.
S H And he made

The

cli.

28, 9

ND of "the blue, and purple,

^ ^i^ments

^
C' 3^

made

and

of
the
holy
service, to do service in
S^(P> place, and made the holy gar-

they

'as the

And

llu-

twined
f ch. 28,

15

plate double: a span

they did

beat

the gold

into

in

st

ar-

of
fine

they

made

the breast-

was the length

thereof,

17,

Ac

11

And

phire,

thin
it

and

and a span the breadth thereof, being douI)led.


10 ''And they set in it four rows of stones:
the first row was a ||sardius, a lopaz, and a
carbuncle this was tiie first row.

g ch. 28, 15

h ch, 28,

and cut it into wires, to work


blue, and in the purple, and in the

scarlet,

linen.

was four-square

9 It

Lord

linen.

and purple, and

gold, l)lue,

''clothes

for Aaron
connnanded Moses.
2 ''And lie made the ephod of gold, blue,
and purple, and scarlet, and fine twined

plates,

the breast-plate of cun-

ning work, like the work of the ephod

viewed and approved by Moses.

scarlet,

en-

ouches of gold, graven as signets


are graven, with the names of the children

CHAPTER XXXIX.

And

the curious girdle of his ephod, that


ivas upon it, was of the same, according to
the work thereof; of gold, !)lue, and purple,
as the
and scarlet, and fine twined linen

closed in

about,

it

And

the sockets of the court round


and the sockets of the court-gate, and
all the pins of the tabernacle, and all the pins
of the court round about.

by the two edges was

Lord commanded Moses.


6 H ''And they wrought onyx-stones

altar,

31

Or. ruby

and a diamond.

And

the third row, a ligure, an agate,


and an aniethvsl.

12

II

the second row, an emerald, a sap-

105

; ;

EXODUS.

THE LINEN COATS, MITRE, ETC.


13

And

fonvth row, a beryl, an onyx,

tlie

and a jasper

wreathen work of pure

k ch. 58,33.

APPROVED BY MOSES.

they tied unto

ch. 28, 39, 40.

chap. 28, 4, 30.


Ezek. 44. 18.

ch. 28, 42.

rings of gold,

and

put them on the two ends of the breast-plate,


upon the border of it, whicli tvas on the side
of the ephod inward.
20 And they made two other golden rings,
and put them on the two sides of the ephod
underneath, toward the forepart of it, over
against the other coupling thereof above the
curious girdle of the ephod
21 And they did bind the breast- plate by
his rings unto the rings of the ephod with a
lace of blue, that it might be above the curious
girdle of the ephod, and that the breast-plate
might not be loosed from the ephod as the

the work of the tabernacle of the tent of the congregation finished and the children of Israel did ""according
to all that the Lord commanded Moses, so
did they.
33 I And they brought the tabernacle unto
Moses, the tent, and all his furniture, his
taches, his boards, his bars, and his pillars,
and his sockets
34 And the covering of rams' skins dyed
red, and the covering of badgers' skins, and
the vail of the covering
35 The ark of the testimony, and the staves
thereof, and the mercy-seat
30 The table, and all the vessels thereof,

for light

38
p ch.

28, 36, 37

oil,

39

tabernacle-door

The brazen

his staves,

and

altar,

and

his grate of brass,

Ch.

q ver. 42, 43
25, 40.

40 The hangings of the court, his pillars,


and his sockets, and the hanging for the
court-gate, his cords, and his pins, and all
the vessels of the service of the tabernacle,
for the tent of the congregation
41 The clothes of service to do service in
;

of the ephod

was a hole in the midst of the


23 And
of an habergeon, loith a
hole
robe, as the
the
hole, that it should not
about
band round
there

Heh.

the incense
of sweet spices

the holy place, and the holy garments for


Aaron the priest, and his sons' garments, to
minister in the priest's office.

42 According
that the

rend.

24 And they made upon the hems of the


robe pomegranates of blue, and purple, and
scarlet, and twined linen.
25 And they made ''bells of pure gold, and
put the bells between the pomegranates upon
the hem of the robe, round about between
the pomegranates
26 A bell and a pomegranate, a bell and a
pomegranate, round about the hem of the
;

robe to minister in; as the Lord commanded Moses.


27 H 'And they made coats of fine linen, of
woven work, for Aaron and for his sons,
28 '"And a mitre of fine linen, and goodly
bonnets of fine linen, and "linen breeches of
linen,

Lord commanded Moses.


UPAnd they made the plate

all

Moses, so
the children of Israel
'^made all the work.

And Moses

43

upon

look
s

Lpvit. 9, 22, 23

Numbers
Ji.sh.

Sam.
Kings

fi,

22,
fi,

8,

work,

23.

6.

18.

14.

did
the
behold,

all

and

they had done


the

Chron. 30, 2T.

manded, even so had they

it

as

Lord had comdone it and Mo:

ses 'blessed them.

a ch. 12, 2,

CHAPTER
1

tabernacle is commanded to be reared, 9 and anointed. 13 Aa16 Moses performeth all things
ron and his sons to be sanctified.
accordingly. 34 A cloud covereth the tabernacle.

The

ND
1,

XL.

13,4.

the

Lord spake unto Moses,

g saying,

ch.26,

30

On

month

the

first

day of the "first


up ''the tab-

shalt thou set

^^*fc \ernacle of the tent of the congre-

as the

gation.

of the holy

and wrote upon


106

gold,

to

Lord com-

manded

r ch. 35, 10.

b vcr. 17,

29 "And a girdle of f\ne twined linen, and


blue, and purple, and scarlet, o/ needle-work;

crown of pure

and

his vessels, the laver

all

his foot

Lord commanded Moses.


22 T[ 'And he made the robe
o/ woven work, all o/"b!ue.

And the golden altar, and the anointing


and fthe sweet incense, and the hanging

for the

twined

Lord

as the

and the shew-bread


37 The pure candlestick, loifh the lamps
thereof, even tcith the lamps to be set in order, and all the vessels thereof, and the oil

it.

19 And they made two

30

a lace of blue, to

18 And the two ends of the two wreathen


chains they fastened in the two ouches, and
put them on the shoulder-pieces of the ephod,

fine

it

on high upon the mitre;

it

breast-plate.

before

IS

commanded Moses.
32 H Thus was all

gold.

16 And they made two ouches o/'gold, and


two gold rings, and put the two rings in the
two ends of the breast-plate.
17 And they put the two wreathen chains
of gold in the two rings on the ends of the

And

31

fasten

of a signet, every one with his name, according to the twelve tribes.
15 And they made upon the breast-plate
<?/"

ALL

HOLINESS TO THE LORD.

ch. 28, 3].

of gold in their enclosings.


14 And the stones were according to the
names of the children of Israel, twelve, according to their names, like the engravings

writing, like to the engravings of a signet,

they were enclosed in ouches

chains at the ends,

it

vcr. 21.
Ch.26,
33.
N'limh, 4, 5.

And

''thou

shalt

put therein the ark of

THE TAIiKHNACLIi

IS

CHATTER

ANOINTEU

X L.

DRESS OF THE [IGH PRIEST ASD


the testimony,

shak bring

''thou

in the table,

Ch.

order fthe things that are to be set in


'and thou shah bring in the
it
candlestick, and light the lamps thereof.
5 ^And thou shalt set the altar of gold for
the incense before the ark of the testimony,
and put the hanging of the door to the tab-

2li,

e ver. 23.
Ch. 25,
30. Lev. 24, 5,6.

Heb. the
thereof.

And

verses 24, 25.

thou shalt set the altar of the burnt-

before the door of the tabernacle ot


the tent of the congregation.
7 And Hhou shalt set the laver between the
tent of the congregation

and the

altar,

and

26

fj

ver.

ver. 30.

Ch.

ch. 30, 26.

water therein.

gate.

t Ileh.

And thou

shalt set

And

oil, and
and all that is therein,
and all the vessels there-

thou shalt take the anointing

'anoint the tabernacle,

and

holiness of

hoUnesses.

Lev. 8, 1-13.

hallow it,
of: and it shall be holy.
10 And thou shalt anoint the altar of the
shalt

burnt-offering,
tify

the altar:

and all his vessels, and sancand ''it shall be an altar fmost

and
with

thou
min-

unto me in the priest's office for their


anointing shall surely be "an everlastmg
priesthood throughout their generations
16 Thus did Moses according to all that
the Lord commanded him, so did he.
17 T[ And it came to pass in the first month,
in the second year, on the first day of the
month, that the "tabernacle was reared
:

And Moses

reared up the tabernacle,


sockets, and set up the
and
put in the bars thereof,
and
thereof,
boards
jiillars
his
up
reared
and
19 And he spread abroad the tent over the
tabernacle, and put the covering of the tent

18

fastened

ch. 28. 41.

Numb.

And

thou shalt anoint the laver and his


and sanctify it.
12 'And thou shalt bring Aaron and his
sons unto the door of the tabernacle ot the
congregation, and wash them with water.

thou shalt

up.

25, 13.

holy.

11

And

bring his sons,


clothe
them
coats
15 And thou shalt anoint them, as
didst anoint their father, that they may
ister

k ch. 29, 36, 37.

30.

18.

up the court round


about, and hang up the hanging at the court8

the priest's office.

14

offerins:

shalt put

Aaron the

Older

ernacle.

thou shah

holy garments, ""and


anoint him, and sanctify him
that he may
minister unto me in

35.

and

"set in

order upon

And

put upon

13
d ver. 22.

And

soins sanctified.

LEVITE.S.

and cover the ark with the

vail.

aakon and his

1490.

foot,

his

above upon it as the Lord commanded


Moses.
20 HAiid he took and put ''the testimony
into the ark, iiiul set the staves on the ark.
;

o ver.
7,

1.

1.

Numbers

107

THE TABERNACLE

IS

XODU

REARED.

iS.

PETTING OP THE TABEKNACLE

and

put

the

mercy-seat

above

upon the

ark

And

he brought the ark into the taber''set up the vail of the covering,
and covered the ark of the testimony as the
Lord commanded Moses.
22 H 'And he put the table in the tent of
the congregation, upon the side of the tabernacle northward, without the vail.
23 'And he set the bread in order upon it

21

nacle,

and

before the

Lord

as the

Lord had com-

manded Moses.
24 H 'And he put the candlestick

in the

tent of the congregation, over against the ta-

on the side of the tabernacle southward.


25 And "he lighted the lamps before the
Lord, as the Lord commanded Moses.
26 H ^And he put the golden altar in the
ble,

tent of the congregation, before the vail

27 "'And he burnt sweet incense thereon;


as the

Lord commanded Moses.

28 H "And he set up the hanging at the


door of the tabernacle.
29 ''And he put the altar of burnt-offering
by the door of the tabernacle of the tent of
the congregation, and "^offered upon it the
burnt-ofifering, and the meat-offering; as the
Lord commanded Moses.
30 \ ""And he set the laver between the tent
108

B.C

CLOUD COVERETH THE TABERNACLE.

THIRD BOOK OF MOSES, CALLED

TITHE

[L

CHAPTER
1

The

burnl-offermgs.

ND

"called unto

Mo-

ses,

and spake unto him

""out

Numb.

him

let

d Exod.l2, 5. Ch.
3, 1,& 22,20,21.
Deuter. 15, 21.
Eph.
Mai. 1, 14.
Hebi. 9,
5, 27.

he shall

14.

offer

Pet. 1, 19.

e eh. 4, 15,

&

8, 13,

3, 2,

14,32,

8,

ExoJ,

16, 21.

4 'And he shall

Lord.
put his hand upon the head

of the burnt-offering; and

be ''acceptatonement for him.


it

bring his offering of ^turtle-doves, or of young


pigeons.
15 And the priest shall bring it unto the
wring off his head, and burn it on
altar, and
the altar
and the blood thereof shall be

wrung out

chap. 22, 21. 27.

'f

Rom.

Isai. 5fi, 7.

Phil. 4, 18.

12,1.

g ch.
!

35,
24.

4, 20, 20, 31,

&

9, 7, <t 16,

Numb.

15,25.

2 Chron. 29, 23,

Rom.

24.

h Micah

5, 11.

shall

wood

that

ed for him Ho make


5 And he shall kill the ''bullock before the
Lord 'and the priests, Aaron's sons, shall
bring the blood, ''and sprinkle the blood round
about upon the altar that is by the door of
the tabernacle of the congregation.

12,24.

upon the

And he

cut
7

it

shall flay the burnt-offering,

and

into his pieces.

And

CHAPTER
1

6,21. Ezck.
20,28,41. 2Cnr.
Eph.5, 2.
2,15.

altar.

Phil. 4, 18.

his

of

3.

5.

&

p ch. 5, 7,

Luke

2, 24.

Or. Jimcft nff the


hfd'l wtlh the nail.

Or, IhF

fillh there-

q ch.

6, 10.

Gen.

ver. 9, 13.

a ch.

15, 10.

6, 14, i- 9, 17

Numb.
b ver.
12,

9,

15, 4.

&

&,

chap.

5,

15, <S:24,

Isaiah 66, 3
7
Acts 10, 4.

c ch. 7,9,

(fe

10, 12,

13.

Eiodus

Numb.

29,

37.

18, 9.

which

is

upon the

altar

Ex.id. 29, 2.

and he
upon it,

the priests
handful of the flour thereof, and of the oil
thereof, with all the frankincense thereof, and
the priest shall burn ''the memorial of it upon
the altar, to be an offering made by fire, of a
:

sweet savour unto the Lord


3 And "^the remnant of the meat-offering
shaH be Aaron's and his sons': ''it is a thing
most holy of the offerings of the Lord made
by fire.
4 H And if thou bring an oblation of a meatoffering baken in the oven, it shall be unleavened cakes of fine flour mingled with oil,
or unleavened wafers ''anointed with oil.
5 TI And if tbv oiiiation he a ineat-oflering
haken ||in a pan, it shall be o/'fine flour unleavened, minglt'd witb oil.
6

Thou

thereon

13 But he shall wash the inwards and the

fine flour

fire

Lord,

oflering shall be

and put frankincense


thereon
2 And he shall bring
it
to Aaron's sons
and he shall take thereout his

12, 8.

of.

round about upon the altar


12 And he shall cut it into his pieces, with
his head and his fat
and the priest shall
lay them in order on tlie wood that Is on the

meat-of-

shall ])our oil

his

namely, of the sheep, or of the goats, for a


burnt-sacrifice; he shall bring it a male
"without blemish.
11 "And he shall kill it on the side of the
and the
altar northward before the Lord
priests, Aaron's sons, shall sprinkle his blood

when any
''a

11

inwards and his legs shall he


9 But
wash in water and the priest shall burn all
on the altar, to be a burnt-sacrifice, an offering
made by fire, of a"'sweet savour unto the Loud.
10 \ And if his offering be of the flocks,

AND

fering unto the

the sons of Aaron the priest shall


upon the altar, and 'lay the wood in

put fire
order upon the fire.
8 And the priests, Aaron's sons, shall lay
the parts, the head, and the fat, in order upon
the wood that is on the fire which is upon the

of a sweet

II.

will offer

mGen.

u ver.

a burnt-

'it is

The meat-offering of flour with oil and incense, 4 either batten in the
oven, 5 or on a plate, 7 or in a frying-pan, 12 or of the lirst-frtiits in
13 The salt of the meat-offering.
the ear.
1

n ver.

fire,

11

fire

made by

an offering
savour unto the Lord.

Pet. 1,2,

is

sacrifice,

Hebr,

8.

his crop with

and cast it ""beside the altar on


the east part, by the place of the ashes
17 And he shall cleave it with the wings
thereof, but '^sliall not divide // asunder: and
the priest shall burn it upon the altar, upon

shall

3,

away

his feathers,

Ileb. 10, 11.

k ch.

pluck

II

the

6, 6.

2 Chron. 35,

at the side of the altar

16 And he

29, 10, IS, 19.

voluntary
will at the door of the
tabernacle of the congregation before the

it

own

||

offer

a male ''without blem-

12, 4, 5.

c ch. 52, 18, 19.

an offering unto the Lord, ye shall


bring your offering of the cattle, even of the
herd, and of the flock.
3 If his offering he
a burnt-sacrifice of
the herd,

3.

b Eiod. 40, 34, 35.

bring

of his

and the priest shall bring


with water
and burn if upon the altar it is a burntsacrifice, an oflering made by fire, of a sweet
savour unto the Lord.
14 H And if the burnt-sacrifice for his offering to the Lord be of fowls, then he shall

it all,

a Eiod. 19,

of the tabernacle of the congregation, saying,


the children of
* ^^'"
"^J^ ~ Speak nnto
any
man of you
'If
them,
unto
say
and
Israel,

go

[^

legs

the

ish

I.

3 01" the herd, 10 of the flocks, 14 of the fowls.

Lord

II

Or, onaJliitjiliUe,
or, slice

IT

shalt part
it

And

is
if

it

in pieces,

and pour

oil

a meat-offering.

tin olilation he a meat-offering

109

LEVITICUS.

THE PEACE-OFFERING

haken in the frying-pan, it shall be made of


with oil.
8 And thou shalt bring the meat-offering
that is made of these things unto the Lord
and when it is presented unto the priest, he
shall bring it unto the altar.
9 And the priest shall take from the meatoffering 'a memorial thereof, and shall burn
it is an ^offering made by
it upon the altar
fire, of a sweet savour unto the Lord.
10 And ''that which is left of the meatoffering sh~'l be Aaron's and his sons': it is
a thing most holy, of the offerings of the
Lord made by fire.
11 No meat-offering which ye shall bring
unto the Lord shall be made with 'leaven:
for ye shall burn no leaven, nor any honey,
fine flour

f ver. 2.

g Eio.1. 29,

18.

ver.

3.

ch.

Marie

See

17.

6,

Matthew

12.

16,

Luke

8, 15.

Cor. 5,

12,

1.

8,

Gal. 5, 9.

cense thereof: it
unto the Lord.

is

an offering made by

7 If

k EiLod.22,29. Ch.

shall
t Heb. asceTid.

fore the
Mark

he

offer

then
be-

it

Lord.

nacle of the congregation


and Aaron's sons
shall sprinkle the blood thereof round about
upon the altar.
9 And he shall offer of the sacrifice of the
peace-offering, an offering made by fire unto
the Lord
the fat thereof and the whole
rump, (it shall he take off hard by the backbone ;) and the fat that covereth the inwards,
and all the fat that is upon the inwards,
10 And the two kidneys, and the fat that
is upon them, which is by the flanks, and
the caul above the liver, with the kidneys, it
:

Numb.

n Ezek

18, 19

43, 24.

o ch. 23,

10, 14.

p 2 Kings

q ver.

4, 42.

1.

a ch. T. 11, 29,


22, 21.

A-

^it

1, 3.

"he

and

his offering,

kill

it

d Exod. 29, 13, 22.


Ch. 4, 8, 9.

he

Lord

''the

||fat

made by

fire unto
covereth
the inthat

shall offer

13
of
midriff over
the liver, and over
the kidneys,

Or,

II

E.xod.

g See

ch. 21, 6, 8,
22,
17, 21, 22,
Ezek. 44, 7.
25.

&

Mai.

1, 7, 12.

ver.

1,

7, dec.

ch. 7, 23, 25.

Sam.

2.

Chron.

k ch.

15.

7, 7.

18,

6,

4; 17,
23, 14.
36,

&

7,

7,

<t

ver.

he shall lay his hand upon the head

and

kill it

14.

the food of the offering


a sweet savour 'all the fat

it is

Neh.

Gen.

9,

CHAPTER

8, 10.

10,

14.

12,

16.

Sam.

15,

15, 22,

Sam.

14,
Ps. 19, 12.
1

IV.

gf/

the

Lord spake

unto

Mo-

ses, saying,

2 Speak unto the children


"*of Israel, saying, "If a soul
through ignorance
shall sin
S,

a chap. 5,

Num.

ND

17,

7, 15.

is

sin-offerins of ignorance, 3 for the priest, 13 for the congregation, 22 for the ruler, 27 for any of the people.

Deuter.

Ezek. 44,

14.33

The

Ch.

4.

26, i-

7, 23,

made

the
by
Lord's.
11 It shall be a ''perpetual statute for your
generations throughout all your dwellings,
that ye eat neither 'fat nor "blood.
fire for

Compare

Ifi.

before the tabernacle of the

and the sons of Aaron shall


sprinkle the blood thereof upon the altar
round about.
14 And he shall offer thereof his offering,
even an offering made by fire unto the Lord;
the fat that covereth the inwards, and all the
fat that is upon the inwards,
15 And the two kidneys, and the fat that
is upon them, which is by the flanks, and
the caul above the liver, with the kidneys, it
shall he take away.
16 And the priest shall burn them upon
:

with Dcuter. 32,

II

110

And

''he

before the Lord.

it

congregation

wards, and all the fat that is upon the inwards,


4 And the two kidneys, and the fat that is
on them, which is by the flanks, and the
caul above the liver, with the kidneys, it
shall he take away.
5 And Aaron's sons ^shall burn it on the

it,

the altar
i

shall offer of the sacrifice of the

peace-offering, an offering

unto the Lord.


12 H And if his offering be a goat, then

Or, suet

il

and

of the tabernacle of the congregation


Aaron's sons the priests shall sprinkle the
blood upon the altar round about.

the priest shall burn it upon the


Hhe food of the offering made by

it is

fire

hand upon the


at the door

Eiod.

c ch. 1,4, 5
29, 10.

shall lay his

And

11
altar

Lord.

he take away.

shall
b ch.

he shall offer
""without blemish before the

male or female

the

lamb

8 And he shall lay his hand upon the head


of his offering, and kill it before the taber-

Col.

9, 49.

4,6.

e ch. 6, 12.
29, 13.

if his oblation be a ''sacrifice


of peace-offering, if he offer it
of the herd, whether it be a

And

offer a

for his offering,

ND

he

23, 10, 11.

peace-offering of the herd, 6 of the flock, 7 either a lamb, 12


or a goat.

head of

with-

out blemish.

fire

CHAPTER m.

And

it

'he shall ofifer

And

every oblation of thy meat-offering


neither shalt
'shalt thou season with salt
thou suffer "'the salt of the covenant of thy
God to be lacking from thy meat-offering
"with all thine offerings thou shalt offer salt.
14 And if thou offer a rneat-oftering of thy
first-fruits unto the Lord, "thou shalt offer
for the meat-offering of thy first-fruits, green
ears of corn dried by the fire, even corn
beaten out of Pfull ears.
15 And ithou shalt put oil upon it, and lay
frankincense thereon it is a meat-offering.
16 And the priest shall burn 'the memorial
of it, 2}<^''f of the beaten corn thereof, and
part of the oil thereof, with all the frankin-

upon

is

peace - offering unto


the Lord be of the
flock, male or female;

savour.

The

which

ing for a sacrifice of


h

burnt-sacrifice,

wood that is on the fire it is an offering


made by fire, of a sweet savour unto the Lord.
6 H And if his offerthe

in

13

upon the

altar,

any offering of the Lord made by fire.


12 11 ""As for the oblation of the first-fruits,
ye shall offer them unto the Lord but they
shall not f be burnt on the altar for a sweet

OF THE HERD, ETC.

17.

&c.
27

against any of the

command-

THE SIN-OFFERING FOR


imnts of the
ought not to
any of them
3

""If

HAP TE R

Lord

concerning things whicli


done, and shall do against

1)6

IV.

THE priest, the congregation, etc.


shall be killed before

B.C. 1490.
b ch.

the

8, 15.

the priest that

is

anointed do sin ac-

then let
cording to the sin of the people
hath
sinned,
which
he
his
sin
for
him bring
unto
the
blemish
without
bullock
young
=a

)ring of the bullock's

Lord for a
4 And he

sin-otitering.

blood to the tabernacle of the congrega-

1, 3, 4.

tion

Nun

eh. 10, 14.

19,4.

Lord

the

before

d ch.

17

shall bring the bullock ''unto the

door of the tabernacle of the congregation


;

and

lay his

shall

upon the bullock's head, and


before the Lord.

f ch. 8,

hand

l.'i,

5 And the priest that is anointed "shall take


of the bullock's blood, and bring it to the
tabernacle of the congregation
6 And the priest shall dip his finger in the

5, 9.

h ch.

3, 3, 4, 5.

and sprinkle of the blood seven times


Lord, before the vail of the sanc-

blood,

l)efore the

Einilus 29,

t Heb.

14.

19, 5.

without

to

tke camp.

7 And the priest shall "^put so7ne


blood upon the horns of the altar of sweet
incense before the Lord, which is in the
and shall
tabernacle of the congregation
the botthe
bullock
at
pour ^all the blood of
which
burnt-otilering,
the
tom of the altar of
contabernacle
of
the
is at the door of the

k ch.

6, 11.

Hebr.

from

shall take off

Heb

at the pourof the

ing

out
ashes.

And he

Numb.

15,

24.

Josh. 7, 11.

it

all

the fat

the fat
of the bullock for the sin-offering
the fat
inwards,
and
all
the
covereth
that
that is upon the inwards,
9 And the two kidneys, and the fat that is

n ch. 5,2,

4,17

3,

p ver.

Ilcbr. 9.

5.

q ver.

Numbers
Dan.

17,
12.

15, 25.

Rom.

9, 24.

Hebr.

11.

5.

2,

10, 10, II,

John

I,

7,

shall offer

bring

which they have sinned


known, then the congregation
a young bullock for the sin, and

ver. 4, *tc

And

it is

ferings

ment
y ch.

3, 5.

a sin-offering.

20.

a ver.

''and the priest shall

for

him

make an

as concerning his sin,

atone-

and

it

be forgiven him.
27 \ And "if fany one of the f common
people sin through ignorance, while he docth
somewhat against any of the conmiandments
of the Lord concerning things which ought
not to be done, and be guilty
28 Or ""if his sin which he hath sinned
come to his knowledge then he shall bring
shall

Numb.

Numb.

15, 27.

Heb. any

Weh.

soul.

gregation.

of the congregation
"shall lay their hands upon the head of the
bullock before the Lord
and the bullock

15

Lord

and shall pour out his blood at the bottom


of the altar of burnt-offering.
26 And he shall burn all his fat upon the
altar, as ^the fat of the sacrifice of peace-of-

the sin

him before the tabernacle of the con-

24 And "he shall lay his hand upon the


head of the goat, and kill it in the place
where they kill the burnt-offering before 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,

2, 13.

15. 28.

is

and is guilty
23 Or 'if his sin, wherein he hath sinned,
come to his knowledge he shall bring his
offering, a kid of the goats, a male without

2, 2.

z ver,

it

be

25 ''And the

When

shall

21 And he shall carry forth the bullock


without the camp, and burn him as he burned the first bullock it is a sin-offering for

blemish

3.

14

it

12, 13, II.

his flesh,

against

and

forgiven them.

the commandments of the Lord his God


concerning things which should not be done,

burnt-offering.

guilty

for them,

11 'And the skin of the bullock, and all


with his head, and with his legs,
and his inwards, and his dung
12 Even the whole bullock shall he carryforth f without the camp unto a clean place,
''where the ashes are poured out, and 'burn
him on the wood with fire
fwhere the
ashes are poured out shall he be burnt.
13 H And '"if the whole congregation of
Israel sin through ignorance, "and the thing
be hid from the eyes of the assembly, and
they have done somewhat against any of the
commandments of the Lord concei-ning
things which should not be done, and are

make an atonement

the congregation.
22 \ When a ruler hath sinned, and 'done
somewhat through ignorance against any of

upon them, which is by the flanks, and the


caul above the liver, with the kidneys, it
shall he take away,
10 ''As it was taken off from the bullock
and the
of the sacrifice of peace-offerings
priest shall burn them upon the altar of the

of the congregation.
19 And he shall take

did iwith the bullock for a sin-offering, so


'and the priest shall
shall he do with this

13, 11.

gregation.

priest

all his fat from him,


and burn it upon the altar.
20 And he shall do with the bullock as he

tuary.

of the

the

some of the blood, and sprinkle // seven


times before the Lord, even before the vail.
18 And he shall put so7ne of the blood upon
the horns of the altar which is before the
Lord, that is in the tabernacle of the congregation, and shall pour out all the blood
at the bottom of the altar of the burnt-ofi'ering, which is at the door of the tabernacle

Numb.

And

9, 9,

16, 18

g ch.

shall dip his finger in

the bullock

kill

Lord.

16 ''And the priest


that is anointed shall

the

elders

land.

peojylr

oj tlie

his offering, a kid of the goats, a female without blemish, for his sin which he hath sin-

ned.

Ill

LEVITICUS.

OF HIM THAT SINNETH.

29 ''And he shall lay his hand upon the


head of the sin-offering, and slay the sin-

one of these things, that he shall ''confess


that he hath sinned in that thing:

in
c ver. 4, 24

offering in the place of the burnt-offering.

And

30

thereof with his finger, and put it upon the


horns of the altar of burnt-offering, and shall
pour out all the blood thereof at the bottom
of the

rh. 3, 14.

e ch. 3, 3.

fh

Exml.2!), 18.

he

unto the

shall bring his trespass-offering

Lord

shall

''lie

thereof, "as the fat

away all the


taken away from

take
is

and the priest


burn it upon the altar for a ''sweet savour unto the Lord ^and the priest shall
make an atonement for him, and it shall be
the sacrifice of peace-offerings

sin.

7 And 'if f he be not


able to bring a lamb,

h ver. 2C

then he

ch. 3, 5.

shall

forgiven him.

And

32

he bring a lamb for a sin-offerbring it a female without blem-

if

ing, '"he shall

he

Kinrrs 8, 31.
1
Matt. 2(i, 63.

34 And the

where they

kill

IT.

<t

Ch.

",

16,

&

IT,

19, 8.

&.

Numb.

9, 13.

ch. 11,24,28,31.
Nunil.. 19
39.
11, 13, 16.

ch

&

12,

13, A-

15.

Sec

Sam.

Acts 23,

25, 22.

12.

CHAPTER
14

h ch.

6, 23.

&

16, 21,

Numli.

40.

Ezra

^^-

!?

ch.

10,

26,

5,

11, 12.

The

it

his

himd
to

a lamb.

if a soul sin, "and hear the


voice of swearing, and is a wit-

ch.

1, 14.

1, 15.

a ch. 4, 7, 18, 30,


34.

Or, ordinance.

I,

14.

a soul

a sin-offering.

12 Then shall he bring it to the priest, and


the priest shall take his handful of it, '^even
a memorial thereof and burn // on the altar,
according to the ofl'erings made by fire unto
the Lord it is a sin-oflering.
13 ^And the priest shall make an atone-

ment for him as touching his sin that he hath


sinned in one of these, and it shall be forgiven him
and V/;e remnant shall be the

ch. 4, 20.

be a carcass of

Numb.

5, 15.

meat-offering.
the Lord spake unto Moses, say-

priest's, as a
q ch. 2,

he touch ""the uncleanness of man,


whatsoever uncleanness it he that a man
shall be defded withal, and it be hid from
him when he knoweth of it, then he shall
be guilty.
4 Or if a soul swear, pronouncing with
his lips 'to do evil, or "^to do good, whatsoever it be that a man shall pronounce with
an oath, and it be hid from him when he
knoweth. of it, then he shall be guilty in one
of these.
5 And it shall be, when he shall be guiltv
112

n ch.

"guilty.

Or

them unto the priest,


which is for the sin-

first, and 'wring off his head from his


neck, but shall not divide it asunder
9 And he shall sprinkle of the blood of the
sin-oft'ering upon the side of the altar
and
"the rest of the blood shall be wrung; out at
the bottom of the altar it is a sin-offering.
]
And he shall offer the seconA for a burntoffering, according to the ||"manner: "and
the priest shall make an atonement for him
for his sin which he hath sinned, and it shall
be forgiven him.
11 H But if he be not able to bring two
turtle-doves, or two young pigeons then he
that sinned shall bring for his offering the
tenth part of an ephah of fine flour for a sinoffering Phe shall put no oil upon it, neither
shall he put any frankincense thereon for it

is

".

14 H

shall bring
offer that

k ch

touch any unclean thing,


an unclean beast,
or a carcass of unclean cattle, or the carcass
of unclean creeping things, and if it be hidden from him he also shall be unclean, and
'it

Hcb

trespass-offering in sacrilege,

ignorance.

quity.

Or

14,

the sufficiency of

whether he hath seen or


known of it ; if he do not utter
^it, then he shall ""bear his ini2

&

cannot rfach

ness,

whether

12, 8,

21.

V.

iHr^^^^^^ ND
\v

8 And he
who shall

g See Mark

concealing liis knowledge, 2 in touching an unmaking an oath. 6 His trespass-ofitermg, of the

11 orofliour.

the other for a burnt-

in

one
and

in

offering

priest shall take of the blood

Lord

for a sin-offering,

17

2(1,

committed,

offering.

the

of the sin-offering with his finger, and put it


upon the horns of the altar of burnt-offering,
and shall pour out all the blood thereof at
the bottom of the altar
35 And he shall take away all the fat thereof, as the fat of the lamb is taken away from
the sacrifice of the peace-offerings and the
priest shall burn them upon the altar, 'according to the offerings made by fire unto
the Lord
''and the priest shall make an
atonement for his sin that he hath committed, and it shall be forgiven him.
He that sinneth
clean thing, 4 or
flock, 7of fowls,
17 and in sins of

hath

unto the

33 And he shall lay his hand upon the


head of the sin-offering, and slay it for a sinthe place
burnt-offering.

bring

which

two ''turtle-doves, or
two young pigeons,

18,

offering in

shall

for his trespass


ver. 26, 31

b ver.

ish.

him con-

for

2fi.

fat

off

which he hath

make an atonement

cerning his
ver.

for his sin

sinned, a female from the flock, a lamb or a


kid of the goats, for a sin-offering and the
priest shall

1,'J.

altar.

And

31

And

the priest shall take of the blood

THE TRESPASS-OFFERING.

ch. 4, 35

15 "It a soul commit a trespass, and sin


through ignorance, in the holy things of the
Lonn; then "he shall bring for his trespass
unto the Lord a ram without blemish out of
the flocks, with thy estimation by shekels of
silver, after 'the shekel of the sanctuary, for

it

s ch. 4, 26.

ch. 2,

3.

u ch. 22. 14

And

Ezra

10, 19.

a trespass-offering
y Exodus 30,
Ch. 27, 25.

13.

And

he shall make amends for the harm


he hath done in the holy thing, and
'shall add the fifth part thereto, and give it
unto the priest "and the priest shall make
an atonement for him with the ram of the
16

that

z ch. 6. 5, ct 22, 14,


27, 13, 15, 27,
31.
Numb. 5, 7.

ch

26

CHAPTER

THE LAW OF THE BURNT-OFFERING,


trespass -offering,

and

it

shall

be forgiven

him.
17 f

b ch. 4,

And if a ''soul sin, and commit any of


these things which are forbidden to be done
by the commandments of the Lord '^though
he wist it not, yet is he ''gnilty, and shall

2.

Ch.4.

c ver. 15.

2,

Ps.

27.

13, 22,
19, 12.
48.

Luke

12,

bear his iniquity.


IS "And he shall bring a ram without blemish out of the flock, with thy estimation, for
a trespass-offering, unto the priest ''and the
priest shall make an atonement for him concerning his ignorance wherein he erred and
wist it not, and it shall be forgiven him.
19 It is a trespass-offering: ^he hath certainly trespassed against the Lord.

2.

1,

e ver. 15.

f ver. 16.

g Ezra

10, 2.

CHAPTER VL
1

Numb.

ND the Lord spake unto Moses,

Acts

b ch. 19, II.

Col. 3, 9.

5, 4.

EioU. 22,

7, 10.

II

Or, in dealing.

Heb. putting oj
hand.

d Prov. 24, 28,

Deut. 22,

to

Zech.

Ch.

5, 4.

Or, in the day o/


his being Joattd
guilty.

his

Heb. in the day


of his trespass.

neighbour
3 Or "have found that which was lost, and
lieth concerning it, and '^sweareth falsely in
any of all these that a man doeth, sinning

11.

Jer. 7, 9.

g ch. 5, 16. Numb.


2 Sara. 12,
0, 7.
Luke 19. 8.
6.

||f fellowship, or in a thing ta-

ken away by violence, or hath ''deceived

h ch.

5, 15.

ch. 4, 26.

II

therein

it

shall be,

delivered

k ch.

him to keep, or the

lost thing

which

he found,

Or

all

that about

The

ever be burning upon the


never go out.
14 H ''And this is the law of the meat-offering.
The sons of Aaron shall offer it be-

13

altar

fore the

which he hath sworn

he shall even ^restore it in the principal, and shall add the fifth part more thereto, and give it unto him to whom it appertaineth, Hfin the day of his trespass-offering.
6 And he shall bring his trespass-offering
unto the Lord, ""a ram without blemish out
of the flock, with thy estimation, for a trespass-offering, unto the priest:
7 'And the priest shall make an atonement
for him before the Lord
and it shall be
forgiven him for any thing of all that he hath
done in trespassing therein.
8 H And the Lord spake unto Moses, say-

falsely;

fire shall

shall

it

Lord, before the

And

he

upon the
upon the

and shall burn it


^or a sweet savour, even the
memorial of it, unto the Lord.
16 And ''the remainder thereof shall Aaron
and his sons eat: 'with unleavened bread
in the
shall it be eaten in the holy place
court of the tabernacle of the congregation

Eiod.

16, 4.

28, 39, 40,41,43.


Ezek. 44, 17, 18.

meat-ofi'ering,

altar

they shall eat

it.

17 'It shall not be baken with leaven. "I


have given it unto them for their portion of
my offerings made by fire. ^It is most holy,
as is the sin-offering, and as the trespassoffering.
''All

Aaron

the males

shall eat of

for ever in

among

your generations concerning the


Lord made by fire: "every

offerings of the
1

ch.

one that toucheth them shall be holy.


19 H And the Lord spake unto Moses,

16.

1,

Ezek. 44,

19.

saying,
n ch.

20

4, 12.

his

o ch. 3, 3, 9, 14.

p ch.

Numb.

2, 1.

15,4.

11

ch. 2. 2,

r ch.

2,

9.

Ezek.

3.

44, 29.

Aaron and of
which they shall offer unto the
the day when he is anointed the

'"This is the offering of

sons,

Lord

in

tenth part of an "ephah of fine flour for a


meat-offering perpetual, half of it in the morning, and half thereof at night.
21 In a pan it shall

be made with oil and


when it is baken, thou
;

Ch,

s ver. 26.

10,

Numbers

12, 13.
18, 10.

and
it in
pieces
of
baken
the
shalt bring

ch. 2, 11.

Numb.

r ver. 25.
<t 7,
37.

ing,

Command Aaron and

This

is

1.

themeat-offeringshalt

Ch.2. 3,
Eiod. 29,

thou offer /or a sweet


savour unto the Lord.

it is

ver. 29.
18,

of

z ch 3, 17.

a ch. 22, 3, 4, 5, 6,
7.
Eiod;29, 37.

2.

Eiod

d ih.

16, 36.

4, 3.

Eiod 29,;*.

it
"it

priest

''that
:

is

It is a

shall

be

whollv burnt.

23 For every meat-offering


shall

the

sons

b E^od. 29,

10 ''And the priest shall put on his linen


garment, and his linen breeches shall he put
upon his flesh, and take up the ashes which
the fire hath consumed with the burnt-offev-

his

anointed in his stead shall offer


statute for ever unto the Lord

upon the altar all night unto the morning,


and the fire of the altar shall be burning
it.

And

22

Numb

10

the burnt-offering, ||because of the burning

in

18, 9, 10.

his sons, saying,

the law of the burnt-ofl'ering:

the children of

'It shall he a statute

it.

altar.

shall take of

it his handful, of
the flour of the meat-offering, and of the oil
thereof, and all the frankincense which is

18

because he hath sinned

and is guilty, that he shall restore that which


he took violently away, or the thing which
he hath deceitfully gotten, or that which was

Or, for the burn,


tng.

Then

1, 2, 3.

Eiod.22,
19,12.

which was dehveied him

&

26, 19.

saying,

2 If a soul sin, and "commit a


trespass against the Lord, and
''lie unto his neighbour in that

be

put out and


it every mornin order upon
"the fat of the

5, 6.

15

8 The law of the


trespass-offering for sins done wittingly.
19 The offering at the
burnt-ofl'enng, 14 and of the meat-offering.
consecration of a priest. 24 The law of the sin-offering.

a clean place.
altar shall

peace-offerings.

t/ie

The

keep, or in

ing on the altar, and he shall put them 'beside the altar.
11 And "'he shall put off his garments, and
put on other garments, and carry forth the

ashes without the camp "unto


12 And the fire upon the
burning in it it shall not be
the priest shall burn wood on
ing, and lay the burnt-offering
it
and he shall burn thereon

a ver.

AND OF THE MEAT-OFFERING

VI.

be wholly burnt

it

for the priest

shall not be eaten.

24 H And the Lord spake unto Moses,


saying,

25 Speak unto Aaron and


113

to his sons, say-

LEVITICUS.

THE LAW OF THE TRESPASS-OFFERING,

law of the sin-offering ''In


the place where the burnt-offering is killed
shall the sin-offering be killed before the
ing, ''This is the

Lord

is

'"it

26 'The

most holj.

priest that offcreth

for sin shall

it

the holy place shall it be eaten,


in the court of the tabernacle of the congreeat

it

''in

gation.

27 'Whatsoever

touch the

shall

flesh there-

and when there is sprinkled of the blood thereof upon any garment,
thou shalt wash that whereon it was sprinkof shall be holy

led in the holy place.

28 But the earthen vessel wherein it is sodden '"shall be broken and if it be sodden in
a brazen pot, it shall be both scoured, and
:

rinsed in water.

29

among

"All the males

the priests shall

most holy.
30 ''And no sin-offering, whereof any of the

eat thereof:

it is

blood is brought into the tabernacle of the


congregation to reconcile withal in the holy
flace, shall be eaten it shall be burnt in the
:

fire.

CHAPTER
1

VII.

The law

of the trespass-offering, 11 and of the peace-offerings, 12


be for a thanksgiving, 16 or a vow, or a free-will-offer28 The priests'
fat, 26 and ihe blood, are forbidden.
portion in the peace-offerings.

whether
22

ing.

it

The

IKE WISE

Hhis

ti'espass-offering

is
:

the law of the

""it

is

most holy.

2 "In the place where they


|the burnt-offering shall they
ithe

trespass-offering

and

kill
kill

the

blood thereof shall he sprinkle


round about upon the altar.
3 And he shall offer of it ''all the fat thereof; the rump, and the fat that covereth the
inwards,
4 And the two kidneys, and the fat that is
on them, which is by the flanks, and the caul
thcd is above the liver, with the kidneys, it
shall he take away
5 And the priest shajl burn them upon the
altar for an offering made by Are unto the
Lord it is a trespass-offering.
6 '"Every male among the priests shall eat
thereof: it shall be eaten in the holy place
:

''it

is

most holy.

As the

offering

there

priest that

have

sin-offering
is

is,

so

one law

is ^the

for

trespass-

them

maketh atonement therewith

the
shall

it.

And

the priest that offereth any man's


burnt-offering, even the priest shall have to
8

himself the skin of the burnt-offering which

he hath

And

offered.

the meat-offering that is baken


and all that is dressed in the
frying-pan, and ||in the pan, shall be the
9

''all

in the oven,

priest's that offereth

it.

And

every meat-offering mingled with


oil, and dry, shall all the sons of Aaron have,
one as much as another.

10

114

B.C. 1490.

AND OF THE PEACE-OFFERINGP

CHAPTER

THE PORTION OF THE PRIESTS.

which men offer an offering made


unto the Lord, even the soul that
eatetli it shall be cut oft' from his people.
26 ''Moreover, ye shall eat no manner of
blood, whether it be of fowl or of beast, in
any of your dwellings.
27 Whatsoever soul it be that eateth any
manner of blood, even that soul shall be cut
off" from his people.
28 IT And the Lord spake unto Moses,
beast, of

by

fire

z Gc!n.

Ch.

4.

9,

r,

.1,

lU-

17,

VIII.

AARON AND HIS SONS CONSECRATED.

3 And gather thou all the congregation


together unto the door of the tabernacle of
the congregation.

14.

4
a ch.

the

3, I.

b ch. 3,

3, 4,

ed him and the assembly was gathered


together unto the door
;

14.

!),

c Eiod, 29, 24, 27.

Ch.

27,

8,

d ch.3,

9,

<fe

Num.

ai.

6, 20.

of the tabernacle of
the congregation.

5, 11, 16.

saying,

29 Speak unto the children of

He

that off'ereth the

sacrifice

f ver.

own hands shall bring


Lord made by fire the

''His

of the

Ch.

34.

Num.

21.

20.

fi,

10, 14, 15.

Num.

18, 18, 19.

Deut.

18,3.

the off'erings
fat

with the

h chap. 8, 12, 30.


EioU. 40, 13, \i.

it shall he bring, that ""the breast may


liewavedyor a wave-offering before the Lord.
31 'And the priest shall burn the fat upon
''but the breast shall be Aaron's
the altar
and his sons'.
32 And "^the right shoulder shall ye give
unto the priest for a heave-offering of the

breast,

ch. 6,

9.

k ch. 6, 14.

ch. 6, 25

ver.

n ch.

I.

34 For "the wave-breast and the heaveshoulder have I taken of the children of
Israel from off" the sacrifices of their peaceofferings, and have given them unto .Aaron
the priest, and unto his sons, by a statute
for ever, from among the children of Israel.
35 T[ This is the portion of the anointing
of Aaron, and of the anointing of his sons,
out of the offerings of the I ord made hy
fire, in the day lohen he presented them to
minister unto the Lord in the priest's office
36 Which the Lord commanded to be

Eiod

6, 20.

''in

o ver. II

p ch. 1,2.

li

Exod. 2.

of the sacrifice

EjoJ. 30, 24, 25

Exod.

Exod. 29,

4.

4.

ail,

5.

g Exod. 28,

h Exod.

4.

38

Which

k Exod. 28, 37, etc

Exod.

30, 26, 27,


28, 29.

chap. 21, in,

Exud. 29,

12.

7,

Ps.

n Exod. 29,

ND

the
saying,

Lord spake

&

133,

8. 9.

unto Moses,

his sons with


garments, and "^the
^anointing oil, and a bullock for the
sin-offering, and two rams, and a
basket of unleavened bread

and

Hel). bound.

o Exod. 29,

10.

Ezek. 43,

19.

p ch.

4, 4.

q Exod. 29, 12, 36.


Ch. 4, 7. E/ck.
43, 20, 26.
9. 22.

"Take Aaron and

.him,

VIIL

Moses consecratelh Aaron and h-is sons. 14 Their sin-offering. 18


Their burnt-offering. 22 The ram of consecrations. 31 The place
and time of their consecration.

''the

Urim and

Thummim.

crown as the Lord ''commanded Moses.


10 'And Moses took the anointing oil, and
and

tabernacle

and

all

that

ur/s

sanctified them.

11 And he sprinkled thereof upon the altar


seven times, and anointed the altar and all
his vessels, both the laver and his foot, to
sanctity them.
12 And he '"poured of the anointing oil
upon Aaron's head, and anointed him, to
sanctify him.
13 "And Moses brought Aaron's sons, and
put coats upon them, and girded them with
girdles, and fput bonnets upon them
as the

14 "And he brought the bullock for the sinand Aaron and his sons ^laid their
hands upon the head of the bullock for the
:

sin-off'ering.
1

Sinai, in the

CHAPTER

the

off'ering

30, 3U.

Lord commanded Moses in


day that he commanded

put the breast-plate upon him

Lord commanded Moses.

2.

the

thing

of the

the children of Israel Pto offer their oblations


unto the Lord, in the wilderness of Sinai.
1

21, 30.

Exod. 29, 6

peace-offerings

Mount

And he

anointed the

2, 4.

d Exod. 29,

the meat-otfering, 'and of the sin-oftcring, ""and of the trespass-offering, "and of the

and

the

6 And Moses brought Aaron and his sons,


"and washed them with water.
7 ''And he put upon him the ^coat, and
girded him with the girdle, and clothed him
with the robe, and put the ephod upon him,
and he girded him with the curious girdle
of the ephod, and bound it unto him there-

therein,

''of

consecrations,

is

to be done.

a Eiod. 29, 1,2,3.

the

day that he anointed them, by a statute for


ever throughout their generations.
37 This is the law 'of the burnt-offering,

Lord commanded

9 'And he put the mitre upon his head


also upon the mitre, eve?i upon his forefront, did he put the golden plate, the holy

given them of the children of Israel,

the

also he ""put in the breast-plate the

29, 1.

He among

which

8
m

your peace-offerings.

the sons of Aaron that off'ereth the blood of the peace-offerings, and the
fat, shall have the right shoulder for his part.

33

the congregation,

with.

sacrifices of

And Moses said un-

""This

9,

g Ex.id.29,28. Ch.

of his peace-offerings.

30

5
to

ver. 34.

Israel, say-

of his
peace-offerings unto the Lord, shall bring
his oblation unto the Lord of the sacrifice
ing,

And Moses did as


Lord command-

Exod. 29,
Ch. 4, 8.

s ch.

4,

II,

Ileb.

13,

la.

Exod. 59,

14.

Exod. 29,

15,

And he

""and Moses took the


upon the horns of the altar
round about with his finger, and purified the
altar, and poured the blood at the bottom of
the altar, and sanctified it, to make reconciliation upon it.
16 ''And he took all the fat that nas upon
the inwards, and the caul above the liver,
and the two kidneys, and their fat, and
Moses burned it upon the altar.
17 But the bullock, and his hide, his flesh,
and his dung, he burnt with fire without the
camp; as the Loni) 'commanded Moses.
18 H 'And he brought the ram for the burntoff'ering: and Aaron and his sons laid their
hands upon the head of the ram.
115

15

slew it;

blood, and put

it

LEVITICUS.

THE RAM OF CONSECRATIONS.

And

and Moses sprinkled


the blood upon the altar round about.
20 And he cut the ram into pieces and
Moses burnt the head, and the pieces, and
19

he killed

it

u Exod.

29, 18.

Exod. 29, 19,31

And he washed

the inwards and the


leors in water
and Moses burnt the whole
ram upon the altar it loas a burnt-sacrifice
for a sweet savour, mid an offering made by

I Exod. 29, 22.

unto the Lord


"as the Lord commanded Moses.
22 H And "'he brought the other ram, the
ram of consecration and Aaron and his
sons laid their hands upon the head of the
ram.
23 And he slew it ; and Moses took of
the blood of it, 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

y Exod. 29, 23.

Exod. 29, 24,&<;,

a Exod. 29, 25.

b Exod.

they loere consecrations for

a sweet savour it
fire unto the Lord.
:

is

CHAPTER
&

c Exod. 29, 21,

Numbers

30, 30.

The

and waved
Lord for

breast,

/or a wave-offering before the

ram of consecration

it

Exod. 29,

sin-offering, "^and a
Exod.
Ezek.

29, 30, 35.


43, 25, 26.

g Hebr.

pass on the

to

his

Moses
sons,

called

and the

elders of Israel

34.

7, 16.

ram

without blemish, and

said

unto Aaron,

young

calf for a

for a burnt-offering,

offer

them before the

Lord.
3 And unto the children of Israel thou shalt
speak, saying, ''Take ye a kid of the goats
for a sin-offering and a calf and a lamb, both
of the first year, without blemish, for a burnt;

h Numb.

&

3, 7,

9,

Dput. II,
Kings 2, 3.

19.
1

1.

offering

4 Also a bullock and a ram for peace-offersacrifice before the Lord


and "a
meat-offering mingled with oil for 'to-day
the Lord will appear unto you.
5 H And they brought that which Moses
commanded before the tabernacle of the congregation
and all the congregation drew
uear and stood before the Lord.
ings, to

a Ezek. 43, 27.

b ch. 4,
Eiod.

3,

29,

8, 14.

1.

c ch. 8, 18.

d ch.

Ezra

23.

4,

6, 17,

fver. 6,23.

And Moses said, This is the thing which


Lord commanded that ye should do and
f^the glory of the Lord shall appear unto you.
7 And Moses said unto Aaron, Go unto the
6
the

10, 19.

Exod.

29, 43.

and

thy sin-offering, and thy


and make an atonement for
thyself, and for the people
and 'offer the
offering of" the people, and make an atonement for them as the Lord commanded.
8 11 Aaron therefore went unto the altar,
and slew the calf of the sin-offering, which
was for himself.
9 ''And the sons of Aaron brought the blood
unto him and he dipped his finger in the
blood, and 'put it upon the horns of the altar,
and poured out the blood at the bottom of
altar,

''offer

burnt-offering,

g ver

ExoJ.

23.
24. 16.

ch. 4, 3.
3,
3,

&

Sam.

Hebr.

5,

7, 27, &.

9,

14.

chapter 4, 16, 20.


Hebr. 5, 1.

k ch.

116

came

4t

eighth day, that

2 And he
Take thee

IX.

altar.

Aaron and

of consecrations, as I commanded, saying,


Aaron and his sons shall eat it.
32 "And that which remaineth of the flesh
and of the bread shall ye burn with fire.
33 And ye shall not go out of the door of

Lord
atone-

offerings of Aaron, for himself and the people.


8 The sinoffering, 12 and the burnt-offering for himself
15 I'he offerings for
the people. 23 Moses and Aaron bless the people. 24 Fire cometh

ND

was Moses'

as the Lord commanded Moses.


30 And 'Moses took of the anointing oil,
and of the blood which was upon the altar,
and sprinkled it upon Aaron, and upon his
garments, and upon his sons, and upon his
sons' garments with him
and sanctified
Aaron, and his garments, and his sons, and
his sons' garments with him.
31 H And Moses said unto Aaron and to
his sons, ''Boil the flesh at the door of the
tabernacle of the congregation
and there
eat it with the bread that is in the basket

make an

first

from the Lord, upon the

3, 3

an offering made by

29 And Moses took the

''part

for you.

this day, so the

to do, to

35 Therefore shallye abide a^thedoor of the


tabernacle of the congregation day and night
seven days, and ''keep the charge of the Lord,
that ye die not
for so I am commanded.
36 So Aaron and his sons did all things
which the Lord commanded by the hand
of Moses.
1

of the

ment

29, 26.

burnt-offering

commanded

d Exod. 29, 31, 32.

24 And he brought Aaron's sons, and Moses put of the blood upon the tip of their
right ear, and upon the thumbs of their right
hands, and upon the great toes of their right
feet
and Moses sprinkled the blood upon
the altar round about.
25 "And he took the fat, and the rump, and
all the fat that ivas upon the inwards, and
the caul above the liver, and the two kidneys, and their fat, and the right shoulder
26 ''And out of the basket of unleavened
bread, that was before the Lord, he took
one unleavened cake, and a cake of oiled
bread, and one wafer, and put tliem on the
lat, and upon the right shoulder
27 And he put all ""upon Aaron's hands,
and upon his sons' hands, and waved them
for a wave-offering before the Lord.
28 "And Moses took them from off their
hands, and burnt them on the altar upon the

it

34 ^As he hath done


hath

his right foot.

OFFERINGS FOR HIMSELF.

fire

crate you.

fat.

21

AARON

the tabernacle of the congregation i?i seven


days, until the days of your consecration be
for 'seven days shall he conseat an end

B.C. H90.

the

8, 15.

See ch.

4,

ch. 8, 16.

n ch.

4, 8.

the altar

10 ""But the fat, and the kidneys, and the


caul above the liver of the sin-offering, he
burnt upon the altar; "as the Lord com-

manded Moses.
11

o ch. 4,

11,& 8,17

with

"And the
fire

flesh

and the hide he burnt

without the camp.

CHAPTER

THE OFFERINGS FOR THE PEOPLE

X.

NADAB AND ABIHU DESTROYED


and
12 And he slew the hurnt-offering
Aaron's sous presented unto liiui the hlood,
''which he sprinkled round about upon the

U.C. 1490.

&

p ch.

1, 5,

q ch.

8, 20.

8, 19.

altar.

Aaron waved "for a wave-offering before the


Lord; as Moses commanded.
22 And Aaron lifted up his hand toward
and came
the people, ''and blessed them

ch. 8, 21.

8 ver.

Hebr.

17,

a,

the burnt-offering, and

5, 3.

23

on the altar.
15 H 'And he brought the people's offering,
and took the goat, which was the sin-ofifering for the people, and slew it, and of!'ered
tor sin, as

the

first.

he brought the burnt-offering, and


'according to the manner.
17 And he brought "the meat-offering, and
ftook a handful thereof, and burnt it upon
it

II

ch.

1, 3, 10.

Or, ordinance.

And Moses and Aaron went

u ver.

Ch.

4.

a, 1,

2.

Heb. filled his


hand out of it.

24

z ch. 3, 5, 16.

theburnt-ofilering

the fat
the
all

a Exod. 29, 24, '6.

Ch.

31,32,

7, 30,

"they

b Numbers fi, 23.


Deut. 21,5. Luke

fell

on

and

tvhick

when

people

saw,

shouted,

and

their faces.

24, 50.

c ver.

&

21.

the altar

.ludg.

Kings

2 Chron.
Ps. 20,

7, 1.
e

Kings

18,

9.

3.

<t

1,

Numb.

3,

22,
3.

26, 61.
Chron. 24, 2.

4,

ND

"Nadab and Abihu, the


sons of Aaron, ''took either of
them his censer, and put fire
therein, and put incense thereon, and offered 'strange fire be-

39.

3, 11.

a ch. 16.

the liver:

6
for offering of strange fire, are burnt by fire.
Aaron and his sons are forbidden to mourn for them. 8 The priests
tabernacle.
12
The
go
into
the
are
to
when
they
wine
are forbidden
law of eating the holy things. 16 Aaron's excuse for transgressing

Nadab and Abihu,

thereof.

3.

2 Chronicles 7.

Ezra

<t

h chapter 16,

Numb.
c

12.
16. 18.

Exod. 30,

X.

16, 19,

d Gen. 4,4.
6,

CHAPTER

Numb.

6.

14, 10,

42.

18, 38.

20 And they put the fat upon the breasts,


''and he burnt the fat upon the altar
21 And the breasts and the right shoulder

came

Loud, and consumed upon the altar

round about,
19 And the fat of the bullock, and of the
ram, the rump, and that which covereth the
inwards, and the kidneys, and the caul above

''there

the

&c.

1,

And

a fire out from before

X EioA. 29, 38.

33, 34.

morning.
18 He slew also the bullock and the ram
for *'a sacrifice of peace-offerings, which icas
for the people
and Aaron's sons presented
unto him the blood, which he sprinkled upon

into the

tabernacle of the congregation, and came


out, and lilessed the people 'and the glory
of the Lord appeared unto all the people.

||

the altar, 'besides the burnt-sacrifice of the

peace-offerings.

y ch. 3,

And

offered

and

offering of the sin-offering,

53,

Isai.

3.

10.

down from

IG

Br FIRE-

13 ''And they presented the burnt-offering


unto him, with the pieces thereof, and the
head and he burnt them upon the altar.
14 'And he did wash the inwards and the
legs, and burnt them upon the burnt-oftering

it

MOSES and aaron bless the people.

0.

fore the

manded them

Lord, which he com-

not.

117

LEVITICUS.

NADAB AND ABIIIU BURNED.

2 And there "^went out fire from the Lord,


and devoured them, and they died before the

d ch.

Sam.

35.

16,

Lord.

Numb.

9, 24.

6, 7.

Then Moses said unto Aaron, This is it


that the Lord spake, saying, I will be sanc3

tified in

them

come nigh

^that

nie,

e Eiod.

&

19, 22,

Ch.21,6,

29,43.

Isai. 52.
17, 21.
11. Ezek.20,41,

and be^And

&. 42, 13.

fore all the people I will be ""glorified.

Aaron held his peace.


4 And Moses called Mishael and Elzaphan,
the sons of ''Uzziel the uncle of Aaron, and
said unto them. Come near, 'carry your breth-

from before the


camp.

ren

sanctuary out of the


5 So they went near,
and carried them in
their coats out of the

camp

31.

g Ps. 39,

lest

but

let

'wrath

And Moses

come upon

Luke

iS,

2.

Ch.

5.

21,

Numb.

before

thine,

1,

6. 6,

all

lest

ye

die,

Numb.
18,

24,

&

Sam.

20.

n Exodus 28,

41.

8, 30.

o Ezekiel

them before the Lord

for

Luke 1,
Tim. 3,3.

15.

19

said unto Moses, Behold,


day have they offered their sin-offering,

and their burnt-offering before the Lord


and such things have befallen me and if I
had eaten the sin-offering to-day, ''should it
have been accepted in the sight of the Lord?
20 And when Moses heard that, he was
;

CHAPTER XL

1,

p ch. 11,47,

<k 20,

Jer.

25.

Ezek

What beasts may,


13 What fowls.

29

ND

the

and

to

rael,

saying,

Lord spake unto Moses


Aaron, saying unto them,
2 Speak unto the children of Is-

19.

15,

and what may not be eaten. 9 What fishes.


The creepnig thmgs which are unclean.

22, 26, <t

44, 23.

q Deut. 24,8, Neh.


8.2,8,9, 13. Jer.
18, 18. Mai. 2, 7.

which yc
r

Exod. 29,
6.

Ch.

2.

Numb.

16.

18, 9, 10.

beasts, that shall


ch. 2,

3,

ye

16.

(i,

18, II.

cud, or of
29, 30. 34.

divide

T ch.

9. 3, 15.

he

z ch. 6, 26, 29.

a ch.

as

is

unclean

unto

And the coney, because he cheweth the


[>
cud, but divideth not the hoof; he is unclean
unto you.

c ch. 9, 8, 12.

d Jcr. 6. 20.
12.

Hos.

Mai,

1,

14,

a Deut. 14,

4.

unto you.

Acts

10, 12. 14.

&

c Isai. 65. 4.

See

Isai. 52, II.

Matt-

15.

II. 20,

Mark

7, 2, 15, 18,

Acts

10.

&

14,

15.

Rom.

15. 29.

14. 14, 17. 1 Cor.


Col. 2, 16,
8, 8.
21.
Hebr. 9, 10.

c Deut. 14,

9.

7 And the swine, though he divide the hoof,


and be cloven-footed, yet he cheweth not
the cud ''he is unclean to you.
8 Of their flesh shall ye not eat, and their
carcass shall ye not touch ''they are unclean
:

66,

3, 17.

6 And the hare, because he cheweth the


cud, but divideth not the hoof; he is unclean

4.

9,

10, 13.

118

that

hoof:

6, 30.

b ch. 6, 26.

'so I

them

you.

heave-shoulder shall ye eat in a clean place thou, and


thy sons, and thy daughters with thee for
they be thy due, and thy sons' due, ivhich are
given out of the sacrifices of peace-offerings
of the children of Israel.
15 ^The heave-shoulder and the wavebreast shall they bring, with the offerings

the

the camel, because he


cheweth the cud, but
divideth not the hoof;

am commanded.
14 And "the wave-breast and

eat.

4 Nevertheless, these
ye not eat, of
them that chew the

29, 2-1, 26,


27. Ch. 7,31, 34.

7,

the

all

earth.

shall

u Eiod

Numb.

among

on the

3 Whatsoever parteth the hoof, and is cloven-footed, and cheweth the cud among the

s ch. 21, 22.

"These are the beasts

shall eat

beasts that are

may

teach the children of


Israel all the statutes which the Lord hath
spoken unto them by the hand of Moses.
12 TI And Moses spake unto Aaron, and
unto Eleazar and unto Ithamar, his sons
that were left. Take 'the meat-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
13 And ye shall eat it in the holy place,
because it is thy due, and thy sons' due, of
the sacrifices of the Lord made by fire for

And Aaron

Tit.

7.

I ch.

11 lAnd that ye

statute

manded.

clean

by a

18 Behold, "the blood of it was not brought


in within the holy place: ye should indeed
have eaten it in the holy place, ''as I com-

21.

44,

into the tabernacle of the congregation, lest

ye die it shall be a statute for ever throughout your generations


10 And that ye may 'put difference between
holy and unholy, and between unclean and

thee,

Lord

content.

hath kindled.
7 ""And ye shall not go out from the door
of the tabernacle of the congregation, lest ye
die
"for the anointing oil of the Lord is
upon you. And they did according to the
word of Moses.
8 \ And the Lord spake unto Aaron, saying,
9 Do not drink wine nor strong drink,
thou, nor thy sons with thee, when ye go

sons' with

1.

ch. 21, 12.

Ch.

the people

16, 22,46.
22,
1.

Josh. 7,

and thy

to wave it for a waveLord; and it shall be

fat,

the

hath commanded.
16 1[ 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 tchich were left alive, saying,
17 ''Wherefore have ye not eaten the sinoffering in the holy place, seeing it is most
holy, and God hath given it you to bear the
iniquity of the congregation, to make atone-

''this
1

of the

for ever; as the

ment

Acts

7, 12.

k Eiod. 33,
10.

30

19,

5,6,9, 10,

13, 45.

22.

18,

said

your brethren, the whole house of


bewail the burning which the Lord

Israel,

9.

fire

Deut. 33, 9.
Ezek. 24, 16, 17.

heads, neither rend your clothes

and

1, 10.

h Eiod. 6,
Numb. 3,

13,

14, 13.

made by
offering

7.

unto Aaron, and unto Eleazar and unto


Ithamar,
his
sons,
''Uncover not your

''

&.

.12,

2Thes3.

said.

John

28,22.

Moses had

as

Ezek.

f Isai. 49, 3.

OF CLEAN AND UNCLEAN MEATS.

to you.

9 H '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.

::

CHAPTER XL

THE DISTINCTION OF MEATS,


10

And

that

all

and

have not

fins

nor scales in

move

in the rivers, of all that

the seas,
in the waters, and of any living thing which
''abominais in the waters, they shall he an

Dcut.

f rh. 7. 18.
14, 3.

whosoever doth touch them,


creep
they be dead, shall be unclean until
the even.
32 And upon whatsoever any of them, when
they are dead, doth fall, it shall be unclean

g Deut.

14, 12.

wood, or raiment, or skin, or sack, whatsoever vessel it


he, wherein any Mork is done, 'it must be
put into water, and it shall be unclean until
whether

nation.

12 Whatsoever hath no fins nor scales in


the waters, that shall be an abomination unto

h Matt.

3, 4.

1, 6.

you.

13 f ^And these a?-e they which ye shall


have in abomination among the fowls they
shall not be eaten, they are an abomination
the eagle, and the ossifrage, and the ospray,
;

14 And the vulture, and the kite after his


kind
15 Every raven after his kind
16 And the owl, and the night-hawk, and
the cuckoo, and the hawk after his kind,
17 And the little owl, and the cormorant,
and the great owl,
18 And the swan, and the pelican, and the

eh. 14,8,

&

15,5.

NuraU 19,10,22,

&

31,24.

Isai. 66, 17.

lleb, souls.

that go on all
whoso
unclean unto you
toucheth their carcass shall be unclean until
are

p Exod. 19, 6. Ch.


19,2,4 20,7,26.
1

the even.

Thess

Pet.

28 And he that beareth the carcass of them


shall wash his clothes, and be unclean until
the even
they are unclean unto you.
29 TI These also shall he unclean unto you

4, 7.

1, 15, 16.

among

the creeping things that creep


;

the weasel,

and

the tortoise after his kind,

''the

upon

mouse, and

shall he clean.

it

if any water be put upon the seed,


and any part of their carcass fall thereon, it

38 But

shall be

die

unclean unto you.

if any beast, of which ye may eat,


he that toucheth the carcass thereof
be unclean until the even.

And

39
;

shall

40 And "he that eateth of the carcass of it


wash his clothes, and be unclean until
the even he also that beareth the carcass
of it shall wash his clothes, and be unclean
shall

until the even.

41 And every creeping thing that creepeth


upon the earth shall be an abomination it
;

be eaten.
42 Whatsoever goeth upon the belly, and
whatsoever goeth upon all four, or whatsoever fhath more feet among all creeping
things that creep upon the earth, them ye
for they are an abomination.
shall not eat
43 "Ye shall not make yourfselves abominable with any creeping thing that creepeth,
neither shall ye make yourselves unclean
with them, that ye should be defiled thereby.
44 For I am the Lonn your God ye shall
shall not

therefore sanctify yourselves, and Pye shall


be holy for I am holy neither shall ye de;

yourselves with any manner of creeping


thing that creepeth upon the earth.
45 ''For I a>n the Loud that bringeth you
file

the earth

his paws,

manner of beasts

all

those

every such vessel, shall be unclean.


35 And every thing whereupon any part
of their carcass falleth, shall be unclean
ivhether it he oven, or ranges for pots, they
shall be broken down
for they are unclean,
and shall be unclean unto vou.
36 Nevertheless, a fountain or pit, f wherein
but
there is plenty of water, shall be clean
that which toucheth their carcass shall be
unclean.
37 And if any part of their carcass fall
upon any sowing-seed which is to be sown,
:

among

whatsoever is in it shall
and "'ye shall break it.
34 Of all meat which may be eaten, that
on which such water cometh shall be unclean
and all drink that may be drunk in
falleth,

And the stork, the heron after her kind,


1
and the lapwing, and the bat.
20 All fowls that creep, going upon all four,
shall he an abomination unto you.
m ch. 6,
12.
21 Yet these may ye eat, of every flying
creeping thing that goeth upon all four, which
have legs above their feet, to leap withal
upon the earth
t Heb. a gathering
together of wa22 Even these of them ye may eat ""the
ters.
locust after his kind, and the bald locust
after his kind, and the beetle after his kind,
and the grasshopper after his kind.
23 But all other flying creeping things, u ch. 17, 15, i- 22,
Deut. 14, 21.
8.
which have four feet, shall he an abominaEzek. 4, 14, <t
44, 31.
tion unto you.
24 And for these ye shall be unclean
whosoever toucheth the carcass of them
shall be unclean until the even.
t Heb. doth multiply feet.
25 And whosoever beareth aught of the
carcass of them 'shall wash his clothes, and
be unclean until the even.
26 The carcasses of every beast which di- o ch. 20, 25.
videth the hoof and is not cloven-footed, nor
cheweth the cud, are unclean unto you
every one that toucheth them shall be unAnd whatsoever goeth upon

any of them

gier-eagle,

clean.

vessel of

it shall be cleansed.
every earthen vessel, whereinto

be unclean

any

so

And

33

be

it

the even

four,

when

11 They shall be even an abomination


ye shall not eat of their flesh,
unto you
but ye shall have their carcasses in abomi-

27

30 And the ferret, and the chameleon, and


the lizard, and the snail, and the mole.
31 These are unclean to you among all
that

you

tion unto

CLEAN AND UNCLEAN.

q Exod. 6, 7.

up out of the land of Egypt,

ye

to be

shall therefore be holv. for


'

119

your God

am

holy.

:;

LEVITICUS.

THE PURIFICATION OF WOMEN.

::

THE LAW AND TOKENS OF LEPROSY.

46 This is the law of the beasts, and of


the fowl, and of every living creature that
moveth in the waters, and of every creature
that creepeth upon the earth

plague of leprosy ''then he shall be brought


unto Aaron the priest, or unto one of his
sons the priests
3 And the priest shall look on the plague

47 'To make a difference between the unclean and the clean, and between the beast
that may be eaten and the beast that may
not be eaten.

in the skin of the flesh

CHAPTER
The

purification of

women

Her

2, 22.

offerings for her

purifying.

ND the

Lord spake

unto

Moc ch. 15, 19.

ses, saying,

Speak unto the children

of Israel, saying. If a ^woinan

conceived seed, and borne


''she shall be
unclean seven days ""according to the days
of the separation for her infirmity shall she
be unclean.
tliave

(1

17, 12. Luke


59,
2, 21.
7, 22, 23.

Gen.
1,

a man-child, then

John

And

day the

in the ''eighth

Luke

2, 22.

flesh of his

foreskin shall be circumcised.

4 And she shall then continue in the blood


she
of her purifying three and thirty days

year.

touch no hallowed thing, nor come into


the sanctuary, until the days of her purifying be fulfilled.
5 But if she bear a maid-child, then she
shall be unclean two week.s, as in her separation and she shall continue in the blood
of her purifying three-score and six days.
6 And "when the days of her purifying are
fulfilled, for a son, or for a daughter, she shall
bring a lamb fof the first year for a burntoffering, and a young pigeon, or a turtledove, for a sin-offering, unto the door of the
tabernacle of the congregation, unto the

Luke

fch.5,7.

2,

24.

Heb. her hand

find

before the Lord, and


and she shall
be cleansed from the issue of her blood.
This is the law for her that hath borne a
male or a female.
8 'And if fshe be
not able to bring a
lamb, then she shall
bring two turtles, or
two young pigeons
the one for the burntoffering, and the other

g ch.

II

Or, swelling.

ses

in a

is

be brought unto

shall

the

Isai. 3, 17.

is

unclean.

12 And if a leprosy break out abroad in


the skin, and the leprosy cover all the skin
of him that hath the plague from his head
even to his foot, wheresoever the priest looketh;
b Deut. 17,
24, 8.

8, 9,

Luke

&
17,

14.

and
13 Then the priest shall consider
behold, if the leprosy have covered all his
flesh, he shall pronounce hi?n clean that hath
:

the plague
c ch. 1,25,

is

<fe

14,8.

to be guided in discern-

it

is

all

man

14 But when raw


he shall be unclean.
1-5

shall

Numb.

12, 10, 12.

2 Kings 5, 27.

and Aaron, saying,

Chron. 26, 20.

have

in

the skin of his flesh a rising,


scab, or bright spot, and it be
in the skin of his flesh like the
||

^^^"a

120

the plague of leprosy

'

for her,

Lord spake unto Mo-

When

When

and the priest shall pronounce him


for he
unclean, and shall not shut him up

ing the leprosy.

ND

turned white

he

is

clean.

tokens whereby the priest

the

flesh,
27.

shall be clean.

The laws and

8 And if the priest see, that behold, the


scab spreadeth in the skin, then the priest
shall pronounce him unclean
it is a lep-

10 ''And the priest shall see hi7n : and behold, if the rising be white in the skin, and
it have turned the hair white, and thet'e be
f quick raw flesh in the rising
11 It is an old leprosy in the skin of his

make

CHAPTER Xm.
1

in

priest

4, 26.

a Deuter. 28,

forasin-oft'ering: ^and

and she

much abroad

the skin, after that he hath been seen of the


priest for his cleansing, he shall be seen of

an atonement

and be clean.
the scab spread

if

man, then he

the priest shall

But

rosy.

it

for her

but a scab

it is

not sujjiciency of.

priest
shall offer

the priest again

Who

clean

his clothes,

shall

pronounce him
and he "shall wash

in the skin, the priest shall


t Heb. a son of his

make an atonement

and when the hair

is

b Luke

XII.

after child-birth,

turned white, and the plague


in sight he deeper than the skin of his flesh,
it is a plague of leprosy
and the priest shall
look on him, and pronounce him unclean.
4 If the bright spot be white in the skin of
his flesh, and in sight be not deeper than the
skin, and the hair thereof be not turned
white
then the priest shall shut up him
that hath .the plague seven days
5 And the priest shall look on him the seventh day and behold, if the plague in his
sight be at a stay, and the plague spread not
in the skin
then the priest shall shut him
up seven days more
6 And the priest shall look on him again
the seventh day
and behold, if the plague
he somewhat dark, and the plague spread not
in the plague

And

flesh

appeareth in him,

the priest shall see the

raw

flesh,

and pronounce him to be unclean fo?- the


raw flesh is unclean it is a leprosy.
16 Or if the raw flesh turn again, and be
changed into white, he shall come unto the
:

priest
t

Heb. the quickening of living flesh.

17

And

the priest shall see

him

and be-

CHAPTER

THE LAWS AND TOKENS

plague be turned into white


pronounce him clean
plague
he is clean.
the
hath
tJuit
also,
in which, even in the
flesh
The
J8 H
//'

hold,

(lie

XIII.

B.C. 1490.

then the priest shall

was

skin thereof,

and

a "boil,

is

healed,

if,

when

the priest seeth

it,

behold,

lower than the skin, and the


hair thereof be turned white the priest shall
pronounce him unclean it is a plague of
leprosy broken out of the boil.
21 But if the priest look on it, and behold,
there be no white hairs therein, and if it be
not lower than the skin, but be somewhat
then the priest shall shut him up
dark
seven days
22 And if it spread much abroad in the
skin, then the priest shall pronounce him
unclean it is a plague.
23 But if the bright spot stay in his place,
a7id spread not, it is a burning boil
and the
he in sight

Heb. a burning

(ff

fire

36

he

is

37 But if the scall be in his sight at a stay,


and that there is black hair grown up therein
the scall is healed, he is clean and the priest
shall pronounce him clean.
38 H If a man also or a woman have in the
skin of their flesh bright spots, even white
:

pronounce him clean.


24 \ Or if there be any flesh, in the skin
whereof there is fa hot burning, and the
quick^e.'(/i that burneth have a white bright
spot, somewhat reddish, or white
2-5 Then the pri(3st shall look upon it
and
priest shall

bright spots

39

Then

the priest shall look

and behold,

if the bright spots in the skin of their flesh


he darkish white
it is a freckled spot that

behold, if the hair in the bright spot be


turned white, and it be in sight deeper than

Heb. head

groweth in the skin he is clean.


40 And the man whose fhair is fallen off
his head, he is bald
yet is he clean.
41 And he that hath his hair fallen off
from the part of his head toward his face,
he is forehead-bald yet is he clean.
42 And if there be in the bald head, or bald
forehead, a white reddish sore
it is a leprosy sprung up in his bald head, or his bald

ts

pilled.

it is a leprosy broken out of the


wherefore the priest shall pronounce him unclean
it is the plague of
;

leprosy.

the priest look on

and behold,
the bright spot, and

if

it,

no white hair in
no lower than the other skin, but he
somewhat dark then the priest shall shut
him up seven days
27 And the priest shall look upon him the
seventh day and if it be spread much abroad
in the skin, then the priest shall pronounce
him unclean it is the plague of leprosy.
28 And if the bright spot stay in his place,
and spread not in the skin, but it he somewhat dark it is a rising of the burning, and
the priest shall pronounce him clean
for it

there be
it

unclean.

26 But

if

the priest shall look on him and


the scall be spread in the skin, the

priest shall not seek for yellow hair

burning

Then

behold,

the skin

32 And in the seventh day the priest shall


look on the plague: and behold, if the scall
spread not, and there be in it no yellow hair,
and the scall be not in sight deeper than the
skin
33 He shall be shaven, but the scall shall
he not shave and the priest shall shut up
him that hath the scall seven days more
34 And in the seventh day the priest shall
look on the scall
and behold, if the scall
be not spread in the skin, nor he in sight
deeper than the skin then the priest shall
pronounce him clean and he shall wash
his clothes, and be clean.
35 But if the scall spread much in the skin
after his cleansing
;

priest

20 And

WHEREBY TO DISCERN LEPROSY.

19 And in the place of the boil there be a


white rising, or a bright spot, white, and
somewhat reddish, and it be shewed to the

it

;;
;

be

forehead.

Ezek. 24,
Mic.

17, 22.

43 Then the priest shall look upon it and


behold, if the rising of the sore he w hite reddish in his bald head, or in his bald forehead,
as th e leprosy appeareth in the skin of the flesh
44 He is a leprous man, he is unclean the
:

3, 7.

priest shall

pronounce him

utterly unclean

his plague is in his head.

45 And the leper

in

whom

his clothes shall be rent,

an inflammation of the burning.


29
If a man or woman have a plague
upon the head or the beard
30 Then the priest shall see the plague
and behold, if it he in sight deeper than the
skin, and there be in it a yellow thin hair;
then the priest shall pronounce him unclean
it is a dry scall, even a leprosy upon the head

the plague
his

head

is.

bare,

and he shall "^put a covering upon his upper


lip, and shall cry, ^Unclean, unclean.
46 All the days wherein the plague shall be
in him he shall be de-

is

[[

g Lam.

and

4, 15

he is unclean
he shall dwell alone,
Svithout the camp
filed

shall

or beard.

his

habitation

he.

31 And if the priest look on the plague of


the scall, and behold, it be not in sight deeper
than the skin, and that there is no black hair
in it; then the priest shall shut up him that
liath the plague of the scall seven days

47
h
,

Niiiii, .1,2.

14.

&

12,

2 Kiiiss 7,
M. 5
2

3,

Chron. 26, 2!

I.ulft

Ql

IT

The garment

the plague
of leprosy is in, u-hether it he a woollen
also that

17. 12

"i^^^s;^^'

garment, or a linen garment


I

LEVITICUS.

THE LAWS AND TOKENS

WHEREBY TO DISCERN LEPROSY.

CEDAR TREE
48 Whether it be in the warp, or woof, of
woollen whether in a skin, or

linen, or of

plague be not spread it is unclean thou


shalt burn it in the fire
it is fret inward,
\whethei- it be bare within or without.
;

Ileb. iBork of.

any f thing made of skin


49 And if the plague be greenish or reddish

in

56

in the garment, or in the skin, either in the

warp, or in the woof, or in any fthing of


skin
it Z5 a plague of leprosy, and shall be
shewed unto the priest
50 And the priest shall look upon the
plague, and shut up it that hath the plague
seven days
51 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 a skin, or in any work that is made of
skin
the plague is 'a fretting leprosy it is

t Ileb.

vessel,

or,

tnslTument.

58 And the garment, either warp, or woof,


or whatsoever thing of skin it be, which
thou shalt wash, if the plague be departed

burn that garment,


whether warp or woof, in woollen or in
linen, or any thing of skin, wherein the
plague is
for it is a fretting leprosy
it
shall be burnt in the fire.
53 And if the priest shall look, and behold,
the plague be not spread in the garment,
either in the warp or in the woof, or in any

from them, then it shall be washed the second time, and shall be clean.
59 This is the law of the plague of leprosy in a garment of woollen or linen, either
in the warp or woof, or any thing of skins,
to pronounce it clean, or to pronounce it

shall therefore

fleb.

unclean.

whether

it

CHAPTER

be bald in the
head thereof, or
in the forehead
1

thereof.

thing of skin

the priest look, and behold, the

fire.

ch. 14, 44.

unclean.

He

if

52

And

plague be somewhat dark after the washing


of it then he shall rend it out of the garment, or out of the skin, or out of the warp,
or out of the woof:
57 And if it appear still in the garment,
either in the warp, or in the woof, or in any
thing of skin it is a spreading flagxie : thou
shalt burn that wherein the plague is with
;

The

rites

XIV.

leper.
33 The signs of
cleansing of that house.

and sacrifices in cleansing of the


43

leprosy in a house.

The

54 Then the

priest

shall

command

that

they wash the thing wherein the plague is,


and he shall shut it up seven days more
55 And the priest shall look on the plague
after that it is washed
and behold, if the
plague have not changed his colour, and the
:

]22

ND

the

ses,

saying,

Lord spake

Mark

1,

4.

S, 2.

40,

44.

I.uke 5, 10.14.
IT, 14

&

Mo-

2 This shall be the law of the


day of his cleansing He "shall be brought unto
the priest
leper in the

a Matthew

unto

CHAPTER

RITES AND SACRIFICES

And

the priest shall go forth out of the


camp and the priest shall look, and behold,
?y'the plague of leprosy be healed in the leper
4 Then shall the priest connnand to take
3

II

Or, sparrows,

Numb.

him that is to be cleansed two birds


alive and clean, and ""cedar-wood, and '^scarlet, and ''hyssop.
5 And the priest shall command that one
of the birds be killed in an earthen vessel,
for

c Hebr. 9, 19,

d Ps. 51, T.

the living bird loose f into the open field.


8 And he that is to be cleansed ^shall wash
his clothes, and shave off all his hair, ''and
wash himself in water, that he may be clean
and after that he shall come into the camp,

f 2

abroad out of his tent seven

days.

9 But

shall be

it

he shall shave

all

on the seventh day, that


and

11

the priest that maketh him clean,


man that is to be made

And

shall present the

clean,

10, 14.

Heb. upon the face

g ch. 13,

6.

h rh. 11, 25.

Numb,

k Matt.

12, 15.

Mark
Luke 5,

8, 4.

44.

1.

14,

t Ileb, the daughtc.


of her year.

ch. 2,

Numb

1.

15,4, 15.

i6,

ch. 5, 2, le,

n Eiod. 29, 24

o Exod.29,

11.

U.

I, 5,

Ch.

4, 4,

&

7,

24.

p ch.

7,

q ch.

2, 3,

6,

21, 22.

Exod.29,20. Ch.

the priest shall take one he-lamb,


and ""offer him for a trespass-offering, and
the log of oil, and "wave them for a wave-

13

And he

shall slay the

lamb

in

burnt-offering, in the holy place


sin-offering
offering

the place

""it

is

the priest's, so

is

ch. 5, i, 6, &. 12,

""as

the

u ch.

5, 7.

&

12,

the trespass-

most holy.

is

and the

for

14 And the priest shall take sofne of the


blood of the trespass-offering, and the priest
shall put it '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

And

log of

t Heb. his hand


reach not.

t Heb. for a waving.

ch, 12, 8,

&

15,

14, 15.

left

and pour
hand

16

And

it

into the

palm of

to be cleansed,

tip

26 And the priest shall pour of the oil into


the palm of his own left hand.
27 And the priest shall sprinkle with his
riffht finger some of the oil that is in his left
hand seven times before the Lord
28 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 trespass-offering.
rest of the oil that is in the
hand, he shall put upon the head of
him that is to be cleansed, to make an atonement for him before the Lord.
30 And he shall offer the one of "the turtledoves, or of the young pigeons, such as he

priest's

his
y

ver. 12

the priest shall dip his right finger

in the oil that is in his left

of the oil with


times before the Lord.

sprinkle

upon the

is

29 And the

the priest shall take some of the

oil,

own

it

toe of his right foot.

15

23 "And he shall bring them on the eighth


day for his cleansing unto the priest, unto
the door of the tabernacle of the congregation, before the Lord.
24 ''And the priest shall take the lamb of
the trespass-offering, and the log of oil, and
the priest shall wave them for a wave-offering before the Lord.
25 And he shall kill the lamb of the trespass-offering, ""and the priest shall take some
of the blood of the trespass-oftering, and put

right foot.

Lord.

shall kill the sin-offering

burnt-offering.

of the right ear of him that


and upon the thumb of his
right hand, and upon the great toe of his

And

where he

8, 23.

offering before the

20 And the priest shall offer the burntand the meat-offering upon the
altar
and the priest shall make an atonement for him, and he shall be clean.
21 And "if he he poor, and fcannot get so
much then he shall take one lamb for a
trespass-offering fto be waved, to make an
atonement for him, and one tenth-deal of
fine flour mingled with oil for a meat-offering, and a log of oil
22 "And two turtle-doves, or two young
and the
pigeons, such as he is able to get
one shall be a sin-offering, and the other a
:

tion.

12

offering

and those things, before the Lord, at

the door of the tabernacle of the congrega-

and make an atonement for him that is


be cleansed from his uncleanness and
afterward he shall kill the burnt-offering.
to

tf the field.

his hair off his head,

even all his


hair he shall shave off; and he shall wash
his clothes, also he shall wash his Hesh in
water, and he shall be clean.
10 And on the eighth day ''he shall take
two he-lambs without blemish, and one ewelanib fof the first year without blemish, and
three tenth-deals of fine flour for 'a meatoffering, mingled with oil, and one log of oil.

K.ngsS.

his eye-brows,

and

bis beard,

17 And of the rest of the oil that is


his
hand, shall the priest put 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 blood
of the trespass-offering.
18 And the remnant of the oil that is in
the priest's hand he shall pour upon the
head of him that is to be cleansed "and the
priest shall make an atonement for him before the Lord.
19 And the priest shall offer 'the sin-offering,

'shall tarry

CLEANSING THE LEPER.

IN

e Hebr. 9, 13.

6 As for the living bird, he shall take it,


and the cedar-wood, and the scarlet, and
the hyssop, and shall dip them, and the living bird, in the blood of the bird that teas
killed over the running water.
7 And he shall ^sprinkle upon him that is
to be cleansed from the leprosy ''seven times,
and shall pronounce him clean, and shall let

and

19, 6.

||

over running water.

XIV.

B.C. 1490.

hand, and shall


finger seven

can get

his

ver. 22.
15.

Ch.

15,

31

Even such

as he

is

123

able to get, the one

LEVITICUS.

SIGNS OF LEPROSY IN A HOUSE

for a

sin-offering,

and the

othei-yb;- a burnt-

oftering, witli the meat-offering.

priest shall

make an atonement

is to be cleansed, before the

for

And

tlie

him

that

Canaan, which I give to you for a possesand I put the plague of leprosy in a
house of the land of your possession
35 And he that owneth the house shall
come and tell the priest, saying. It seemeth
to me there is as it were ''a plague in the
house
36 Then the priest shall command that
they empty the house, before the priest go

c Geii. 17,8. Num.


32, 22.
Deut. 7,
1,
32, 49.

&

3,33

Prov.
Zech. 5,4.
10.

and

after-

go in to see the house


37 And he shall look on the plague, and
l)ehold, if the plague he in the walls of the
house, with hollow streaks, greenish, or reddish, which in sight are lower than the

Zech.

e ch. 13, 51.

5,4.

49 And '^he shall take to cleanse the house


two birds, and cedar-wood, and scarlet, and

the hyssop, and the scarlet, and the living


bird, and dip them in the blood of the slain
bird, and in the running water, and sprinkle
the house seven times

Heo.

in shall

coming
come in,

i,c

52 And he shall cleanse the house with the


blood of the bird, and with the running water, and with the living bird, and with the
cedar-wood, and with the hyssop, and with
the scarlet

f ver. 4.

53 But he shall let


go the living bird out
of the city into he

open fields, and ^r.ake


an atonement for the
house
and it shall

wall;
ver. 20.,

be clean.

h ch.

54 This

13, 30.

for

55

And

for the 'leprosy of a garment, ''and

56

And

'for

a rising, and for a scab, and for

a bright spot

57

To

when

'"teach

it is

clean

it is

Deuter. 24,
Ezek. 44, 23.

S.

t Ileb.
oj the

and

the

uncleu
tite

day

the clean.

house, it is a fretting leprosy in the house


it is unclean.
45 And he shall break down the house, the
stones of it, and the timbers thereof, and all
the mortar of the house
and he shall carry

a ch 22,
5,

Num

4.

2.

Sam

Malt. 9

29.

20

Mark 5, 25 Luke
8,43

Or,

11

running of

the reins.

46 Moreover, he that goeth into the house

47 And he that

t Ileb. vessel.

shut up, shall be un.

lieth

124

in the

AND

the

Lord

4 Every bed whereon he lieth that hath


issue, is unclean
and every fthing
whereon he'sitteth, shall be unclean.
5 And whosoever toucheth his bed, shall
wash his clothes, ''and bathe himself in water, and be unclean until the even.
the

is

spake unto Moses and


to Aaron, saying,
2 Speak unto the
children of Israel, and
say unto them, "When
any man hath a running issue out of his
flesh, because of his
issue he is unclean.
3 And this shall be his uncleanness in his
whether his flesh run with his issue,
issue
or his flesh be stopped from his issue, it is
his uncleanness.

unclean

place.

the while that it


clean until the even.

XV.

The uncleanness of men in their issues. 13 The cleansing of them.


19 The uncleanness of women m their issues. 28 Their cleansing.

all

unclean, and
law of leprosy.

is

||

city into an

it

this is the

plastered

44 Then the priest shall come and look


and behold, if the plague be spread in the

them forth out of the

fwhen
:

CHAPTER
1

the house.

the house, and after

the law
of

of a house,

the plague come again, and break


out in the house, after that he hath taken
away the stones, and after he hath scraped

is

manner

plague of leprosy, and

if

all

scall,

they take away the stones in which the


plague is, and they shall cast them into an
unclean place without the city
41 And he shall cause the house to be
scraped within round about, and they shall
pour out the dust that they scrape off without the city into an unclean place
42 And they shall take other stones, and
put them in the place of those stones
and
he shall take other mortar, and shall plaster

43 And

and

priest shall

38 Then the priest shall go out of the


house to the door of the house, and shut up
the house seven days
39 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
40 Then the priest shall command that

in,

to see the plague, that all that is in

made unclean

come

the priest fshall

look ujjon it, and behold, the plague hath


not spread in the house, after the house was
plastered
then the priest shall pronounce
the house clean, because the plague is

Or, jirepart.

II

ward the

in the

hyssop
50 And he shall kill the one of the birds in
an earthen vessel, over running water
51 And he shall take the cedar-wood, and

the house be not

if

and he that eateth


his clothes.

healed.
d Ps. 91,

it

wash

shall

48 And

sion,

into

his clothes

house

Lord.

32 This is the law of him in whom is the


plague of leprosy, whose hand is not able to
get '^that which pertaineth to his cleansing.
33 \ And the Lord spake unto Moses and
unto Aaron, saying,
34 "^When ye be come into the land of

THE CLEANSING OF THAT HOUSE.

wash

B.C. 1490.

house

shall

ch. 11.25.
15.

&

17,

CHAPTER

THE UNCLEANNESS OF MEN.

6 And he that sitteth on any thing whereon


he sat that hath the issue, shall wash his
clothes, and bathe himself in water, and be
unclean until the even.
7 And he that toucheth the flesh of him
that hath the issue, shall wash his clothes,
and bathe himself in water, and be unclean

XVI.
wash

his clothes, and bathe hi7nself in water,


and be unclean until the even.
22 And whosoever toucheth any thing that

c ch. 6, 28, li 11,


32, 33.

d ver. 28.

she sat upon shall wash his clothes, and


bathe hitnself in water, and be unclean until

Ch. 14,

the even.

23 And if it be on her bed, or on any thing


whereon she sitteth, when he toucheth it he

until the even.

And

e ch. 11, 22, 23.

he that hath the issue spit upon


him that is clean then he shall wash his
clothes, and bathe himself in water, and be
8

be unclean until the even.


'if any man lie with her at all, and
her flowers be upon him, he shall be unclean
seven days and all the bed whereon he lieth
shall be unclean.
25 And if ""a woman have an issue of her
blood many days out of the time of her separation, or if it run beyond the time of her
separation all the days of the issue of her
uncleanness shall be as the days of her separation she shall be unclean.
26 Every bed whereon she lieth all the
days of her issue shall be unto her as the
bed of her separation and whatsoever she
sitteth upon shall be unclean, as the uncleanness of her separation.
27 And whosoever toucheth those things
shall be unclean, and shall wash his clothes,
and bathe himself in water, and be unclean
shall

if

24 And

30,31.

f ch. 14,

unclean until the even.


9 And what saddle soever he rideth upon
that hath the issue, shall be unclean.
10 And whosoever toucheth any thing that
was under him, shall be unclean until the
and he that beareth any of those
even
things, shall wash his clothes, and bathe
himself in water, and be unclean until the

g ch.

14, 19, .-1.

h ch. 22,

4.

Deut.

23, 10.

Sam.

21, 4.

even.

And whomsoever he toucheth

that hath

the issue, (and hath not rinsed his

hands in
and bathe

11

water,) he shall

wash

his clothes,

himself in water, and be unclean until the


Ileb. in her sep-

even.

aration.

And

the "vessel of earth that he toucheth which hath the issue, shall be broken
and every vessel of wood shall be rinsed in

12

until the even.

water.

And when he

13

that hath an issue

is

then ''he shall number


seven days for his cleansing, and
wash his clothes, and bathe his flesh in running water, and shall be clean.
14 And on the eighth day he shall take to
him "two turtle-doves, or two young pigeons,
and come before the Lord, unto the door of
cleansed of his issue

See ch 20,

18.

to himself

the tabernacle of the congregation,

them unto the

Malthew 9, 20.
Mark 5, 25. Luke
8,43.

30 And the priest shall offer the om for a


and the other for a burnt- offering and the priest shall make an atonement
;

Deut.
Ezek. 44,

o ch. 11,47.

15 And the priest shall offer them, '^the one


for a sin-offering, and the other for a burntoffering ^and the priest shall make au atone-

24, 8.
23.

him before the Lord for his issue.


16 And ''if any man's seed of copulation go
out from him, then he shall wash all his flesh
in water, and be unclean until the even.
17 And every garment, and every skin
whereon is the seed of copulation, shall be
washed with water, and be unclean until the
for

for her before the

31 Thus shall ye "separate the children of


from their uncleanness that they die

p Niiin 5,
13, 20.
11,

q vcr.

3,

19.

Ezek.
23,38.

5,

2.

18 The woman also Avith whom man shall


with seed of copulation, they shall both
bathe themselves in water, and 'be unclean

not in their uncleanness, when they ""defile


my tabernacle that is among them.
32 ""This is the law of him that hath an
issue, 'and of him whose seed goeth from
him, and is defiled therewith
33 'And of her that is sick of her flowers,
and of him that hath an issue, of the man,
'and of the woman, "and of him that lieth
with her that is unclean.

CHAPTER XVL

lie

until the even.

19 H And ''if a woman have an issue, and


her issue in her flesh be blood, she shall be
tput apart seven days and whosoever touch-

21

shall be

toucheth her bed

the

Lord spake

Eof Aaron,

unb Exu,l 30. 10. Ch.


23. 27
Ilubr, 9,

siiall

The

sin-

20

The

unto Moses
two sons

T.

10, 19.

when

they offered be-

Lord, and died:

And

jNIoses,

And whosoever

|ND

ffore the

20 And every thing that she lieth upon


her separation shall be unclean
every

upon

the high priest nmst enter into the holy place.


11
offering for himself.
15 The sin-ofFerinfj for the people.
scapegoat. 20 The year'y feast of the expiations.

[alf'^Mafter "the death of the

thing also that she sitteth

How

^^^

eth her shall be unclean until the even.

clean.

for the issue of her

Israel

even.

in

Lord

uncleanness.

ment

28 But "if she be cleansed of her issue, then


she shall number to herself seven days, and
after that she shall be clean.
29 And on the eighth day she shall take
unto her two turtles, or two young pigeons,
and bring them unto the priest, to the door
of the tabernacle of the congregation.
sin-offering,

and give

priest

THE UNCLEANNESS OF WOMEN.

the

Lord

said

unto

Speak unto Aaron thy

brother, that he ""come not at all times into


the holy place within the vail, before the
mercy-seat, which is upon the ark that he
:

125

OF ENTERING THE HOLY PLACE.

LEV

CU

1 1' 1

THE SIN-OFFERING FOR THE PRIEST.

S.

ANIMALS FOR SIN-OFFERINGSdie not

for "I will

appear in the cloud upon

the mercj-seat.

3 Thus shall Aaron ""come into the holy


place : "^vith a young bullock for a sin-offering, and a ram for a burnt-offering.

He

holy linen coat, and


shall have the linen breeches upon his
flesh, and shall be girded with a linen girdle,
and with the linen mitre shall he be attired
these are holy garments therefore ^shall he
wash his flesh in water, and so put them on.
5 And he shall take of '"the congregation
of the children of Israel two kids of the
goats for a sin-offering, and one ram for a

4
he

11

shall put

on

'^the

il

&

Exod. 25, 22,


40, 341
Kings
8, 10, 11, 12Hebr. 9,7, 12,24,
25-

Chap

Ezek- 44,

6, 10.

17, 18-

g Erod.30,20. Ch8, 6, 7.

burnt-offering.

And Aaron

h See chap-

Numb.

which is for himself and 'make


an atonement for himself, and for his house.
7 And he shall take the two goats, and present them before the Lord at the door of
sin-offering,

8 And Aaron shall cast lots upon the two


goats one lot for the Lord, and the other
lot for the fscape-goat.
9 And Aaron shall bring the goat upon

17.

Ezek.

Heb.

ch. 9, 7.

5,

7, 27, 28, <t

Heb. Azazet.

John

ch. in,

Num.
Rev-

16. 18, 46.


8. 5.

Exod. 30,

n Eiod.

30.

34.
1, 7, 8.

Numb.

16, 7, 18,
Rev. 8, 3, 4.

46.

which the Lord's

lotffell,

and

offer

himyor

a sin-offering.

o Eiod. 25, 21.

10 But the goat on which the lot fell to be


the scape-goat, shaU be presented alive before the Lord, to make ''an atonement with
him, and to let him go for a scape-goat into
the wilderness.

126

13 "And he

shall put the incense

upon the

before the Lord, that the cloud of the


incense may cover the "mercy-seat that is
upon the testimony, that he die not.
14 And 'he shall take of the blood of the
it with his finger upon
mercy-seat eastward
and before the
mercy-seat shall he sprinkle of the blood
with his finger seven times.
15 H '^Then shall he kill the goat of the sin:

offering that is for the people, and bring his


blood 'within the vail, and do with that blood
as he did with the blood of the bullock, and
it

upon the mercy-seat, and before

the mercy-seat

And he

shall

'make an atonement

for

Ezekiel 45, 18.


Hebr. 9, 22, 23.
Uifh. dwelleth.

their uncleanness.

&

2, 17,

&

5,

9, 7, 28.

ver. 2.
19,

his

the holy place, because of the uncleanness


of the children of Israel, and because of their
transgressions in all their sins and so shall
he do for the tabernacle of the congregation
that f remaineth among them in the midst of

Hebr.
2,

fire

Lord, and

fire

16

q eh. 4, 6.

for himself:

from off the altar before


hands full of ""sweet incense beaten small, and bring it within the
ing coals of

the

sprinkle

p ch. 4, 5. Hebr.
9,13,25,(6 10,4.

is

shall take 'a censer full of burn-

the

2, 2.

1.

and
and for

himself,

shall kill the bullock of the

which

And he

for

for himself,

bullock, and ''sprinkle

t Heb. went up.

the tabernacle of the congregation.

Chron-

Ezra 6,

9, 7.

and

is

4, 14-

29, 11. 2
29. 21.

45, 22, 23.

shall offer his bullock of the

which

make an atonement

vail

2,

shall bring the bullock of

his house,

12

Eiod- 28, 39, 42,


43.

shall

And Aaron
sin-offering,

sin-offering

e ch. 4, 3
f

the

&

Hebr.

6,

9, 3, 7, 12.

See Eiod 29. 36.

CHAPTER

THE SCAPE-GOAT.

17 "And there sliall be no man in the tabernacle of the congregation vvlien he gocth
in to make an atonement in the holy place,
until he come out, and have made an atonement for himself, and for his household, and
for all the congregation of Israel.
18 And he shall go out unto the altar that
is before the Lord, and "make an atonement
for it; and shall take of the blood of the
bullock, and of the blood of the goat, and
put it upon the horns of the altar round

about.

19 And he shall sprinkle of the blood upon


it with his finger seven times, and cleanse it,
and 'hallow it from the uncleanness of the

XVII.

C. 1490.

a See Exod. 34,

Luke

3.

1, 10.

4,

Hebr.

18.

7,

9, 22, 23.

y Ezek. 43, 20.

upon him

all

a Isai. 53,

Heb, a man of opportunity,

b Isai. 53, 11, 12.


John 1,29. Hebr.
9, 28.

Peter

2,

Heb.

of separa-

Ezek. 42,

&

14,

44, 19.

,1

12, 21, AHebr 13.

4,

6, 30.

11.

h Exod. 30,

Ch.

10.

Numb.
27.
29,7. Isai.5S, S,

23,
5.

shall

into the taber-

nacle of the congregation, 'and shall put off the linen garments
which he put on when he went into the holy
place, and shall leave them there
24 And he shall wash his flesh with water in
the holy place, and put on his garments, and
forth, ''and offer his burnt-offering,

the burnt-offering of the people,

and

Daniel

10, 3,

the

shall anoint,

people of the congregation.


34 PAnd this shall be an everlasting statute
unto you, to make an atonement for the
children of Israel for all their sins "'once a
year.
And he did as the Lord commanded
Moses.

CHAPTER

Ps.

51,

2.

33,
26.

8.

Eph.

Jer.

Hebr.

Jul n

blood of all slain beasts must be offered to the Lord at the door
10 All eating
of the tabernacle. 7 They must not offer to devils.
of blood is forbidden, 15 and all that dieth alone, or is torn.

ND

5,

14, i- 10, 1, 2.

the

Lord spake

unto

Mo-

ses, saying,

7, 9.

1,

XVII.

The

9, 13,

k ch. 23, 32.

2 Speak tinto Aaron, and unto


and unto all the children of Israel, and say unto
them. This is the thing which
the Lord hath commanded, saying,
3 What man soever there he of the house
of Israel, "that killeth an ox, or lamb, or goat
in the camp, or that killeth it otit of the
his sons,

ch. 4, 3, 5, 16.

YltA.fiUhishand.

Exod. 29, 29, 30.


20,26,28.

Numb

o ver. 6, 16, 18, 19,


24.

Num.

p ch. 23, 31.


29, 7.

Exodus

30, 10
Ilebr. 9. 7, 25.

and make

an atonement for himself, and for the people.


25 And ''the fat of the sin-offering shall he
burn upon the altar.
26 And he that let go the goat for the
scape-goat shall wash his clothes, "^and bathe
his flesh in water, and afterward come into
the camp.
27 ^And the bullock for the sin-offering,
and the goat /o?- the sin-offering, whose blood
was brought in to make atonement in the
holy place, shall one carry forth without the
camp and they shall burn in the fire their
skins, and their flesh, and their dung.
28 And he that burneth them shall wash
his clothes, and bathe his flesh in water, and
afterward he shall come into the camp.
29 \ And this shall be a statute for ever
unto you
that ''in the seventh month, on
the tenth clay of the month, ye shall aftlict

he

make the atonement, and "shall put on


the linen clothes, even the holy garments
33 And "he shall make an atonement for
the holy sanctuary, and he shall make an
atonement for the tabernacle of the congre-

whom

shall f '"consecrate to minister


priest's oflice in his father's stead,

12.

come

in

priest

gation,

ch. 15, 5.

g ch.

32 'And the
and whom he

and for the altar and he shall make


an atonement for the priests, and for all the

ver. 3, 5.

e rh. 4, 10.

And Aaron

your souls by a statute

shall

24.

ness.

23

shall afflict

6.

for ever.

come

shall he a sabbath of rest itnto you,

''It

and ye

their inicjuities unto a

land f not inhabited


and he shall let go
the goat in the wilder-

31

45, 20.

And when he hath made an end

"bear

Lord.

the
Ezekiet

z ver. 16.

tion.

of
"^reconciling the holy place, and the tabernacle of the congregation, and the altar, he
shall bring the live goat
21 And Aaron shall lay both his hands
upon the head of the live goat, and confess
over him all the iniquities of the children of
Israel, and all their transgressions in all their
sins, 'putting them upon the head of the
goat, and shall send him away by the hand
of fa fit man into the wilderness
22 And the goat shall

your souls, and do no work at all, whether it


he one of your own country, or a stranger
that sojourneth among you
30 For on that day shall the priest make
an atonement for you, to 'cleanse you, that
ye may be clean from all your sins before
:

X Exod. 30, 10. Ch.

children of Israel.

20 H

OF THE BLOOD OF SLAIN BEASTS.

camp,
4 "'And bringeth

it not unto the door of the


tabernacle of the congregation, to offer an
offering unto the Lord before the tabernacle
of the Lord blood shall be ''imputed unto
that man, he hath shed blood and that man
''shall be cut off from among his people
5 To the end that the children of Israel
:

a See Deut. 12.

5,

15, 21.

h Deut. 12,5,6, 13,


14.

Rom.

may

5, 13.

bring their sacrifices "^which they, offer


open field, even that they may bring
them unto the Lord, unto the door of the
tabernacle of the congregation, unto the
priest, and offer ikemfor peace-offerings unto
in the

d Gen. 17, 14,

Gen. 21,

&

.33,

22, 2,

&

Deut.

12,

Kings
Kings

14. 23.

31, 54.
2.

16,

4,

2
fe

2 Chrun.

17, 10.

28, 4.
Ezek.
22, 9.
28,

211,

&

the

Lord.

And

the priest "^shall sprinkle the blood


altar of the Lord at the door of the
tabernacle of the congregation, and ^burn the

upon the

f ch. 3, 2.

g Exod. 29,
31.

Numb

h Deut.

32,

Ch.

18.

3, 5, 11, 18,

&

4,

18,17.

I".

Chronic.

II,

15.

Ps.

37.

106,

Cur. 10,20. Rev.


9, 20.

Exod. 34, 15. Ch.


20, 5.
Deut. 31,
16

Ezek. 23.

8.

sweet savour unto the Lord.


they shall no more offer their sac''unto devils, after \\honi they 'have

fat for a

And

rifices

gone a whoring: This shall be a statute for


ever unto them throughout their generations.
8 H And thou shalt sav unto them. Whatsoever

man

there he of the house of

127

Israel

LEVITICUS.

EATING OF BLOOD FORBIDDEN.

or of the strangers which sojourn among you,


that offereth a burnt-offering or sacrifice,
9 And 'bringeth it not unto tlie door of the
tabernacle of the congregation, to offer it

Lord even that man shall be cut


among his people.
10 H "And whatso_^^

unto the
off from

Gen.

even

set

my

face

against that soul that


eateth blood, and will

cut him off from among his people.


11 "For the life of the flesh is in the blood;
and I have given it to you upon the altar, ^to

your souls for ''it is


the blood that maketh an atonement for the

make an atonement

for

12 Therefore

I said

No

you

Israel,

shall

soul of

unto the children of

12, 16, S3, ct 15,


23.
Sam. 14.
1
33.
Ezek. 44, 7.

&

ch. 20, 3, 5, 6,
Jer. 44,
26, 17.

Ezek.

11.

&

15,7.

Mark
mans
Hebr.
Pet.
1,7.

and 'cover it with dust.


14 "For it is the life of all

the blood

CHAPTER
1

AND

9, 22.

Ezek. 24,

ver. 11, 12. Gen.


9,4. Deut. 12,23.

&

Unlawful marriages.

the

XVIIL

&

44. 31.

11, 25.

2 ch. 15, 5.

a ch. 5,

&

1,

7, 18,

Numb.

i- 19, 8.

19, 20.

a ver.

Exoil. 6,

4.

&

Ch, 11,44,
10, 34,

i-

Ezek. 20,

5, 7, 19, 20.

b Ezek, 20,

7, 8,

<fc

23, 8.

Exod. 23,24. Ch.

20. 23. Deut. 12,


4, 30. 31.

d Deut.

4,

&

2,

1,

Ezek. 20,

1.

Ezek. 20, II,

Luke

21.

Ram.

13,

10,28.
Gal.

10, 5.

3, 12.
r

Eiod.
Mai. 3.

Heb. remainder of

6, 2, 6, 29.
6.

htsjtesh.

g ch. 20,

II.

h Gen. 49,4. Ch.


Deut. 22,
20, 1 1
.

30,

Ezckiel

Amus

20,

27,
22,

2,7.

10.

Cor.

5, 1.

chap.

20,

Samuel

17.

12.

13,

U.

Ezek. 22,

k ch. 20, 19.

ness.

'The nakedness of thy

sister, the daughthy father, or daughter of thy mother,


whether she be born at home, or born abroad,
even their nakedness thou shalt not un-

ter of

10 The nakedness of thy son's daughter,


or of thy daughter's daughter, even their nakedness thou shalt not uncover: for theirs is
thine own nakedness.
11 The nakedness of thy father's wife's
daughter, begotten of thy father, (she is thy
sister,) thou shalt not uncover her nakedness.

12 ''Thou shalt not uncover the nakedness


of thy father's sister: she is thy father's near

kinswoman.

Gen. 38, 18, 26.


Ch. 20, 12. Ezek,
22, II.

n ch 20, 21. Matt.

See Deut

14, 4.

Matt. 22,
.Mark 12, 19.

25,
24.

II

5.

Or, one toife to

Exod.

another.
26, 3.

Sam.

2 Speak unto the children of Israel, and


say unto them, "I am the Lord your God.
3 ''After the doings
of the land of Egypt

wherein ye dwelt,
and
shall ye not do

Prov.

6,

Mai.

3, 5,

22.

22, 22.
29, 32.

Matt,

Rom.

27.

6,

Cor.

13, 4.

chap.

20,

Kings
21, 6,

2.

16.

&

2,

6, 9.

Hebr.

the doings of
the land of Canaan
whither I bring you,

Exod.
Deuter.

14.

18,

5,

22, 10.

ch,20, 10.
20,

3,

23,

i
10.

Jer, 19, 5. Ezek,


20, 31,
23, 37,
39.

'after

&

Kings 11,7,33.
Acts 7,

Called,

43, Moloch.

ye not do neither shall ye walk in


:

their ordinances.

u ch.
3,

19, 12,

<fe

21, 6,

2, 32.

20, Sec.
12.

shalt not

uncover the nakedness

is thy mother's
near kinswoman.
14 'Thou shalt not uncover the nakedness
of thy father's brother, thou shalt not approach to his wife she is thine aunt.
1.5 Thou shalt not uncover the nakedness
of thy daughter-in-law: she is thy son's wife,
thou shalt not uncover her nakedness.
16 "Thou shalt not uncover the nakedness
of thy brother's wife it is thy brother's na:

kedness.

17 "Thou shalt not uncover the nakedness


of a woman and her daughter, neither shalt
thou take her son's daughter, or her daughter's daughter, to uncover her nakedness ;ybr
they a?-e her near kinswomen it is wicked:

ness.
I, 6, 8.

18, 6,

Thou

13

of thy mother's sister: for she

ch. 20, 20.

q ch.20, 18. Ezek.

128

is f near of kin to him, to uncover their nakedness I a>7i the Lord.


7 ^The nakedness of thy father, or the nakedness of thy mother, shalt thou not uncover she is thy mother, thou shalt not uncover her nakedness.
8 ''The nakedness of thy father's wife shalt
thou not uncover it is thy father's naked-

cover.

Heb. a carcass,

unto Moses, say-

shall

7.

o ch. 20, 14.

19 Unlawful lusts.

Lord spake

16, 24,

15, 23.

X Exod.22,31 Ch.
Deut- 14,
22, 8.
21.
Ezek. 4, 14,

clean.
if he wash them not, nor bathe his
then "he shall bear his iniquity.

the

16 But

I a?n

for the life thereof: therefore I said

Lord your God.


5 Ye shall therefore keep my statutes and
my judgments "which if a man do, he shall
live in them
T am the Lord.
6 H None of you shall approach to any that

19.

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: whosoever eateth it shall be cut off.
15 "And every soul that eateth fthat which
died of itself, or that which was torn with
beasts, (lohether it be one of your own country, or a stranger,) ''he shall both wash his
clothes, ^and bathe himself in water, and be
then shall he be
unclean until the even

.lohn

Deut. 12,

6,

flesh,

judgments, and keep

walk therein

T ch. 7, 26.

of,

flesh

7.

+ Heb. that hunltth


any hunting.

be of the

children of Israel, or of the strangers that


soj )urn among you, fwhich 'hunteth and
catcheth any beast or fowl that may be eaten he shall even 'pour out the blood there-

5,

1,

Rev. 1,5.

19, 4,

there

&

12.

13,

1, 2.

Hebr.

(1

Ro-

14,20.

1,

20, 7.

And whatsoever man

it is

3, 25,

Coloss.

7.

of

14, 24.

Ephes.

9.

to

p Matthew 26, 28.

eat blood.

13

14, 8,

o ver. 14.

shall eat blood, neither

any stranger that sojourneth among you

Deut.

19, 2fi.

y ch,

soul.

Ch.

9, 4.

ir,26,2T,

3, 17,

\A ill

1, 2. 3.

my

do

shall

mine ordinances,

ver. 4.

ever man there be of


the house of Israel,
oi
of the strangers
that sojourn among
you, that eateth any
manner of blood "I

4 ''Ye

B.C. 1490

k ch.

UNLAWFUL MARRIAGES.

&
&

20,
22,

Ezek. 36,
Mai, I,

18 Neither shalt thou take ||a wife to her


vex her, to uncover her nakedness,
besides the other in her life-time.
19 'Also thou shalt not approach unto a
woman to uncover her nakedness, as long as
she is put apart for her uncleanness.
20 Moreover, ''thou shalt not lie carnalU'
with thy neighbour's wife, to defile thyself
with her.
21 And thou shalt not let any of thy seed
'pass through the fire to 'Molech, neither
I
shalt thou "profane the name of thy God
sister, Pto

am

the

Lord.

CHATTER

A REPETITION

with mankind, as
abomination.
23 'Neitlior shalt thou lie with any beast
to defile thyself therewith neither shall any
woman stand before a beast to lie down

22 "^Thou shalt not

womankind

witli

it

X ch. 20,

L ch. 20, 12.


a.

''for

any of these

Cur.

in all these the nations are de-

Duul.

18, 12.

c Niimliers 35, 34.


Jer. 2, 7, &. 10,
18. Ezoli. 3lj, 17.

among you

h ver.

I cast

'neither

3, 17.

ch. 20, 23.

out before you


25 And ''the land is defiled therefore I do
.jquity thereof upon it, and the
''visit the
"vomiteth
out her inhabitants.
land itself
keep my statutes and
therefore
26 ''Ye shall
shall
not commit ani/ of
and
judgments,
my
neither
any of your own
abominations;
these
stranger
that sojourneth
nor
any
nation,

which

filed

11 H ''Ye shall not steal, neither deal falsely,


lie one to another.
12 11 And ye shall not ''swear by my name
falsely, 'neither shall thou profane the name

M.iit. 15.
M:,rli

21. 22, 23

7,

in

Ii

vcr. 30.

IS, !U, 20.

24 "Defile not ye yourselves


things

fi,

16.

Eioil. 22, 19

""confusion.

it is

C..r.

Tim. 1,10.

y chap. 20, 15,

thereto

27.

1,

9.

Rom.

13.

of thy God
I am the Lord.
13 1I"'Tiiou shalt not defraud thy neighbour, neither rob him : "the wages of him
that is hired shall not abide with thee all
:

d Ps. 89, 32.

men

2, 13,

night until the morning.

f ver. 5, 30
20, 22, 23.

14 H Thou shalt not


curse the deaf, "nor
put a stuml)liug-l)lock
before the blind, but

l.h.

ch. 20, 22.

.Icr.

Ezck. 36,

9, 19.

13, 17.

Ch.

26.

3,

D. liter.

18, 9.

all

and the laud is defiled ;)


28 That ^the land spew not you out also,
when ye defile it, as it spewed out the nations

8. 13,

9,9.
e ver. 28.

20, 23

these abominations have the


of the land done, which tvere before you,

Is;.i.

26, 21. Jer. 5. 9,


29, <k 0. 9, i- 14,
10, i- 23, 2. 11..S.

27 (For

OF SUNDRY LAWS.

10 And thou shalt not glean thy vineyard,


neither shalt thou gather every grajie of thy
vineyard thou shalt leave them for the poor
and stranger: I am the Lord your God.

B.C. 1490.

lie

is

XIX.

shalt Pfear thy

ver. 24.

k ver.

2, 4.

a ch. 11,44, <t 20,

7,26.

Peter

God

Lord.

the

15 \ ''Ye shall do
no unrighteousness in
Judgment thou shalt

I,

IB.

b Exoil. 20, 12.


c Ex.)J.20,8,

am

&31,

13.

that tvere before you.

29 For whosoever shall commit any of these


abominations, even the souls that commit
them shall be cut off from among their peo-

not respect the person


14.
Jiihii 5, 21.
of the poor, nor honour the person of the
e Exodus 34, 17.
mighty
hut in righteousness shalt thou
Dcut. 27, 15.
ch. 7, IB.
judge thy neighbour.
23, 22. Dcut.
g
IG II ''Thou shalt not go up and down as
24, 19, 20, 21.
Ruth 2, 15, 16.
a talc-liearer among thy people
neither
h Exnd. 20, 15, &
shalt
thou
the
blood
of thy
'stand
against
22,1,7,10. Deut.
5, 19.
neighbour I am the Lord.
ch. 6, 2.
Eph. 4,
25.
Col. 3, 9.
17 H 'Thou shalt not hate thy brother in
k Exud. 20, 7. Ch.
Deiiter. 5,
6,
thine
heart
"thou shalt in any wise rebuke
11.
Mutt. 5, 33.
Jam. 5, 12.
thy
neighbour,
||and not suffer sin upon him.
ch. 18, 21.
m Mark 10, 19.
18 H "Thou shalt not avenge, nor bear any
Thess. 4, 6.
n Deut. 24, 14, 15.
grudge against the children of thy people,
Mai. 3, 5.
o Deuteron. 27, 18.
'but thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself:
Rom. 14, 13.
I am the Lord.
p ver. 32. Ch. 25.
d Exuil. 20,4. Ch.
20, 1.
1 Cur. 10,
I

cli.

ple.

shall ye keep mine ordinance,


ye commit not aiiij one of these abominable customs, which were connnitted before
you, and that ye 'defile not yourselves there-

30 Therefore

''that

in

''I

am

Lord your God.


CHAPTER XIX.

the

repetition nt sundry laws.

the Lord spake unto Moses, saying,


2 Speak unto all the congref
y:ation of the children of Israel,

and say unto them,

God am
H

and

for I the

''Ye shall

Lord your

holy.

''Ye shall fear

man his mother


my sabbaths I o??t

every

and "'keep
the Lord your God.
4 H ''Turn ye not unto idols, ^nor make to
I am the Lord
yourselves molten gods
your God.
5 H And If ye offer a sacrifice of peace-offerings unto the Lord, ye shall offer it at
your own will.
6 It shall be eaten the same day ye offer it,
and on the morrow and if aught remain unhis father,

17.
Gen. 42, 18.
Eccles. 5, 7.
1
Pet. 2, 17.
q Exnd. 23, 2, 3.
Deut. 1,17,
16,
19,
27, 19 Ps.
Priiv. 24,
82, 2
23.
J;iiu.2, 9.

the third day,

it

shall be burnt in the

fire.

Exod. 23,
15, 3,

Prov

11,

1.
Ps.
50, 20.

&

13,

Ezekiel
20, 19.
22, 9.
s Exod. 23, 1,7.
1

Kings

21,

13.

Matt. 26, 60, 61,

&
t

27, 4.

John

2,

11,

9,

4- 3, 15.

u Mallliew 18, 15.


Luke 17,3. Gal.
6,

Ephes.

1.

1 Tim.
Tun. 4, 2.

II.

5.

5, 20.

Tit.

1, 13, i- 2, 15.
II

Or, that thou bear


not sjn for hitn

See Rom.
1

7 And if it be eaten at all on the third day,


it is abominable
it shall not be accepted.

Cor.

Tim. 5,
John 11.
2 Sam.

Rom.

1,

12,

17,

1.

22.

19.

Pet. 2,

J;un. 5,

y Matt.

2
22

Eph.

Gal. 5, 20.
4, 31.

22.
13,
20,

32

2.

5,

Proverbs

Therefore every one that eatcth it shall


bear his iniquity, because he hath profaned
the hallowed thing of the Lord
and that
soul shall be cut off from among his people.
9 TI And "when ye reap the harvest of your
land, thou shalt not wholly reap the corners
of thy field, neither shalt thou gather the

&

&

til

3.

ND

be holy

5, 43,

9.

i 22,

Rom.

13, 9.

Gal. 5, 14.

Jam.

39.
2, 8.

7.

Deut- 22,

9, 10.

a Deut. 22, II.


II

Or, abused by any.


Ileb. rrproaehed
by, or, for man.

II

Or.l/iei/.

Heb.

Ikere

shall

19 H Ye shall keep my statutes. Thou shalt


not let thy cattle gender with a diverse kind:
""thou shalt not sow thy field with mingled
seed
"neither shall a garment mingled of
linen and woollen come upon thee.
20 H And whosoever lieth carnally with a
woman that is a bond-maid Hfbetrothed to
a husband, and not at all redeemed, nor freedom given her Hfshe shall be scourged
they shall not be put to death, because she
was not free.
21 And ''he shall bring his trespass-offering
unto the Lord, unto the door of the tabernacle of the congregation, even a ram for a
:

trespass-offering.

22 And the priest shall make an atonement


for him with the ram of the trespass-offering
before the

done

Lord

and the

which he hath
which he hath done shall

for his sin

sin

be forgiven him.

23 H And when ye shall come into the


and shall have planted all manner of
trees for food
then ye sh