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Frogs brought forth. tumed to a serpentk shalt thou B. C. 1491. 3 And the river shall bring for take in thine hand.

frors abundantly, which shall E 16 And thou shalt say unto him, k ver.10. up and come into thine house, an The LORD God of thel Hebrews

into thy bed-chamber, and npo hath sent me unto thee, saying, Let ? ch.3.18. thy bed, and into the house of th my people gom that they may serve me in the wilderness: and, behold, m ch.8.1,&c. into thine ovens, and into th

, hitherto thou wouldest not hear. n ver.5. 1 kneading-troughs;

17 Thus saith the LORD, In this 1Sa. 17.46. 4 And the frogs shall come ur thou shalt know that I am n the

IK1.20.28. both on thee, and upon thy people LORD: behold, I will smite with

2K1.19.19. and upon all thy servants. the rod that is in mine hand upon

Eze. 29.9.

5 And the LORD spake unt the waters which are in the river,


Moses, Say unto Aaron, Stretch

38.23. and they shall be turned o to blood.

forth thine hand with thy rod over 18 And the fish that is in the river o Ps.78.44. the streains, over the rivers, and shall die, and the river shall stink; 105. 29. over the ponds, and cause frogs to and the Egyptians shall loath to


come up upon the land of Egypt. drink of the water of the river.


6 And Aaron stretched out his 19 T And the LORD spake unto i gathering

hand over the waters of Egypt Moses, Say unto Aaron. Take thy of their and the frogs a came up, and co rod, and stretch out thine hand waters.

vered the land of Egypt. upon the waters of Egypt, upon

7 And the magicians did so with their streams, upon their rivers, and ch, 17.5;


their enchantments, and brough upon their ponds, and upon all

up frogs upon the land of Egypt. their 1 pools of water, that they 9 ver. 18. 8 T Then Pharaoh

called for may become blood; and that there r 2T1.3.8. Moses and Aaron, and said, ) En

s Is. 26.11. may be blood throughout all the

treat the LORD, that he may take

Jer.5.3. land of Egypt, both in vessels of

away the frogs from me, and from

36.24. wood, and in lessels of stone.

Hag. 1.5.

my people; and I will let the peo20 And Moses and Aaron did so,

ple go, that they may do sacrifice as the LORD commanded; and he

unto the LORD. lifted up the rod, and smote p the

9 And Moses said unto Pharaoh, waters that were in the river, in (CHAP. 8.) 2 Glory over me: 8 when shall I the sight of Pharaoh, and in the 1 or, dough. entreat for thee, and for thy sersight of his servants; and all the

vants, and for thy people, 4 to dewaters that were in the river were

a Ps.78.45.

stroy the frogs from thee and thy turned to blood.

Rev. 16.13.

houses, that they may remain in 21 And the fish that was in the

the river only? river died; and the river stank, and b ch.9.28. 10 And he said, 5 To-morrow. And the Egyptians could not drink q of 10.17. he said, Be it according to thy word; the water of the river: and there

Nu.21.7. that thou mayest know that c there was blood throughout all the land

Ki. 13.6.

is none like unto the LORD our God.

Acts 8.24. of Egypt.

11 And the frogs shall depart from 22 And the magicians of Egypt 2 or, have thee, and from thy houses, and from did r so with their enchantments : this honour thy servants, and from thy people; and Pharaoh's heart was hardened,

they shall remain in the river only neither did he hearken unto them; 3 or, against from Pharaoh : and Moses d cried

12 And Moses and Aaron went out as the LORD had said.

when. 23 And Pharaoh turned and went

unto the LORD because of the frogs into his house, neither did he set 4 to cut off which he had brought against Phar hiss heart to this also.

5 or, against roh. 24 And all the Egyptians digged to-morrow.

13 And the Lord dide according round about the river for water to

to the word of Moses; and the

c Deut.32.31. drink; for they could not drink of 33.26. frogs died out of the houses, out of the water of the river.

2 Sam.7.22.

the villages, and out of the fields 25 And seven days were fulfilled, i Ch.17.20. 14 And they gathered them togethe after that the LORD had smitten Ps.83.18. upon heaps; and the land stank. the river.

86.8. 15 But when Pharaoh saw the CHAPTER VIII.

Is.40.25. there was respite, hef hardened 1 Frogs are sent. 25 Pharaoh in- 46.9. his heart, and hearkened not un

clineth to let the people go, 32 but Jer. 10.6,7. them; as the LORD had said.g yet is hardened.

d Ja.5.16,18.

16 And the LORD said unto

Moses, Say unto Aaron, stretch our Go unto Pharaoh, and say unto

e Deut.31.10


thy rod, and sinite the dust of the him. Thus saith the LORD, Let my

land, that it may become lice people go, that they may serve me. f Ec.8.11. throughout all the land of Egypt 2 And if thon refuse to let them

17 And they did so: for Aaru go, behold, I will smite all thy bor- 5 ch.7.4. stretched out his hand with his ders with frogs:

rod, and smote the dust of the

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Murrain of beasts.
€ 27th, and it became h lice in man B. C. 1491. /ceitfully any more in not letting the
an in beast: all the dust of the

people go to sacrifice to the LORD. land became lice throughout all

30 And Moses went out from Phathe land of Egypt.

h Ps. 105.31.

raoh, and entreated the LORD. 18 And the magicians did so with

31 And the LORD ad according to their enchantments to bring forth

i Ge.41.8.

the word of Moses; and he removed bre, but they could not:i so there


the swarms of flics from Pharaoh, ssere lice upon man, and upon beast.

Dan. 2.10.

from his servants, and from his 19 Then the magicians said unto

people : there remained not one. Pharaoh, This is thek finger of k 18a,6.3,9.

32 And Pharaoh r hardened his Cod: and Pharaoh's heart was

Ps.8.3. heart at this time also, neither hardened, and he hearkened not

Mat.12.28. would he let the people go.
anto them; as the LORD had said. Lu.11.20.

And the LORD said unto

1 The murrain of beasts. 27 PhaMoses, Rise up early in the morn- 6 or, a mix- raoh suth to Moses, 35 but yet is ing, and stand before Pharaoh; (lo,

ture of hardened. he cometh forth to the water;) and


WHEN the LORD said unto Moses, say tento him, Thus saith the LORD, Let my people go, that they may 1 ch.9.4.&c.

him, Thus saith the LORD God of

the 'Hebrews, Let my people go, 21 Fase, if thon wilt not let my


that they may serve me.

11.6.7. people 50, behold, I will send


2 For if thou refuse to let them go, liams of flies upon thee, and

and wilt hold them still, upra tos servants, and upon thy a reemp

3 Behold, the hand of the LORD is people and into thy houses; and tion. upon thy cattle which is in the field, the horses of the Egyptians shall

upon the horses, upon the asses, be fail of swarms of fives, and also 8 or, by to- upon the camels, upon the oxen, the round whereon they are.

morrow. and upon the sheep: there shall be 22 And I will severl in that day

a very grievous murrain. the land of Goshen, in which my 9 or, de- 4 And the LORD shall sever beDemple dwell, thai no swarms of

stroyed. tween the cattle of Israel and the fres shall be there; to the end

cattle of Egypt: and there shall thou mayest know that I am the m Ge.43.32. nothing die of all that is the chilLORD in the midst of the earth.

46.34. Idren's of Israel. 2 And I will put 7 a division be

Deut. 7.25.

5 And the LORD appointed a set tween my people and thy people :


time, saying, To-morrow LORD Po-morrow shall this sign be.


shall do this thing in the land.

2Ki.23. 13. 2 And the LORD did so: and there

6 And the LORD did that thing on came a grievous swarm of flies into n ch.3.18.

the morrow, and a all the cattle of tie nouse of Pharaoh, and into his

Egypt died: but of the cattle of the servants' houses, and into all the o ch.34.11.

children of Israel died not one. band of Egypt: the land was 9 cor- Lev. 10.1.

7 And Pharaoh sent, and, behold, fupted by reason of the swarm of

Mat.28.20. there was not one of the cattle of

the Israelites dead. And the heart 2 And Pharaoh called for p ver.8. of Pharaoh was hardened, and he Kisses and for Aaron, and said, Go

ch.9 28. did not let the people go. Je, sacrifice to your God in the land.

1Ki. 13.6. 8 T And the LORD said unto Moses 3 And Moses said, It is not meet

and unto Aaron, Take to you handto do; for we shall sacrifice the q Ps.78.34- fuls of ashes of the furnace, and let abomination m of the Egyptians to


Moses sprinkle it toward the heathe LORD Our God : lo, shall we


ven in the sight of Pharaoh. Scrifice the abomination of the

9 And it shall become small dust Peyptians before their eyes, and

in all the land of Egypt, and shall will they not stone us?

be a boil b breaking forth with blains

r ver.15. We will go n three days' jour- ch.4.21.

upon man, and upon beast, throughfee to the LORD our God, as he per into the wilderness, and sacri- Rom.2.5.

out all the land of Egypt.

10 And they took ashes of the fur

(CHAP.9.) nace, and stood before Pharaoh; 28 And Pharaoh said, I will let

and Moses sprinkled it up toward To go, that ye may sacrifice to the

a Ps.78.50.

heaven; and it became a boil breakLORD your God in the wilderness;

ing forth with blains upon man, and

b De.28.27. ely ye shall not go very far away:P Job 2.7.


il And the magicians could not c 2 And Moses said, Behold, I go out

stand before Moses because of the LORD that the swarms of flies may enter thee, and I will entreat the c Is.47.12,14. boils ; for the boil was upon the ma

gicians, and upon all the Egyptians. demart from Pharaoh, from his ser- d Ps.81.11. 12 And the LORD hardened the fants, and from his people, to mor

heart of Pliaraoh, and he hearkenkuw: but let not Pharaoh deal q de

ed d not unto them; as the LORD

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The plague of hail.


Pharaoh sueth to Moses. had spoken e unto Moses.

B. C. 1491. was there no hail. 13 TAnd the LORD said unto Mo

27 T And Pharaoh sent, and called ses, Rise up early in the morning, e ch.4.21. for Moses and Aaron, and said unto and stand before Pharaoh, and say

Lev.26.18. them, I have sinned this time: the unto him, Thus saith the LORD Deut.23. 15. LORD is righteous, s and I and my God of the Hebrews, Let my peo

29.20. 1Sam.4.8.

people are wicked. ple go, that they may serve me.

Jer. 19.8.

28 Entreat the LORD (for t it is 14 For I will at this time send allf

Rev. 18.8.

enough) that there be no more my plagues upon thine heart, and

g Pr.2.22. 3 mighty thunderings and hail; and upon thy servants, and upon thy h Pr. 16.4. I will let you go, and ye shall stay people; that thou mayest know that Rom.9.7. no longer there is none like me in all the earth. 1 Pet.2.8. 29 And Moses said unto him, As

15 For now I will stretch out my 2 made thee soon as I am gone out of the city, I hand, that I may smite thee and g stand. will spread abroad my hands u unto thy people with pestilence; and i Job 9.4. the LORD; and the thunder shall thou shalt be cut off from the earth.


cease, neither shall there be any

kiKi. 19.2. 16 And in very deed for h this cause

more hail; that thou mayest know

I Ps83. 15. have I 1 raised thee up, for to shew

how that the earth is the LORD'S. 8

m ver.25. in thee my power; and that my n Pr 16.16.

30 But as for thee and thy sername may be declared throughout 2 set not his

vants, I know that ye will not yet u all the earth.

heari unto. fear the LORD God. 17 As yet exaltest thou thyselfi o ch.7.23. 31 And the flax and the barley was against my people, that thou wilt p Jos. 10.11. smitten; x for the barley was in the not let them go?

1Sa. 12.17, ear, and the flax was bolled. 18 Behold, to-morrow k about this

18. 32 But the wheat and the rye were time, I will cause it to rain la very

Job 38.22.

not smitten; for they were not grievous hail, such as hath not heen


grown up.

Is.30.30. in Egypt since the foundation there

33 And Moses went out of the city of even until now.


from Pharaoh, and spread abroad 19 Send therefore now, and gather

his hands unto the LORD; and the

q Ps. 105.33. thy cattle, and all that thou hast in ch.8.22,&c. thunders and hail ceased, and the the field; for upon every man and Is.32.16, 19. rain was not poured upon the earth. beast which shall be found in the

34 And when Pharaoh saw that field, and shall not be brought

$ 2Chr. 12.6.

the rain and the hail and the thur home, the hail shall come m down Ps.9.16. ders were ceased, he sinned yet y upon them, and they shall die. Lam.1.18. more, and hardened his heart, he

20 He that feared the word n of Dan.9.14. and his servants. the LORD among the servants of t Acts 8.21. 35 And the heart of Pharaoh was Pharaoh made his servants and his 3 voices of hardened, neither would he let the cattle flee into the houses :


children of Israel go; as the LORD 21 And he that a regardedo not u Ki.8.38.

had spoken 5 by Moses. the word of the LORD left his ser

Ps. 113.6.


Is. 1.15. vants and his cattle in the field.

12 The plague of locusts, 21 of dark

v Ps. 24.1. 22 | And the LORD said unto Mo

1Cor. 10.26.

ness. 27 Pharaoh's heart is yel ses, "Stretch forth thine hand to- w Is.26.10.

hardened. ward heaven, that there may be

I Am.4.9. hail in all the land of Egypt, upon Hab.3.17. Goin unto Pharaoh: for I haved man, and upon beast, and upon + hidden, or, hardened his heart, and the heart every herb of the field, throughout dark. of his servants, that I might shew the land of Egypt.

y 2Ch.33.23. these my signs before him: 23 And Moses stretched forth his 36.13 2 And that thou mayest tell in the rod toward heaven; and the LORD Rom.2.4,5, ears of thy son, b and of thy sons' sent thunder and p hail, and the fire by the hand son, what things I have wrought in ran along upon the ground: and

of Moses.

Egypt, and my signs which I have the LORD rained hail upon the land (CHAP. 10.) done among them; that ye may of Egypt.

a ch.7.13, 14. know how c that I am the LORD 24 So there was hail, and fire Deut.4.9. 3 And Moses and Aaron came in mingled with the hail, very griev

Ps.44.1. unto Pharawh, and said unto hill ous, such as there was none like it Thus saith the LORD God of the in all the land of Egypt since it be

Joel 1.3.

Hebrews, Ilow long wilt thou re came a nation.

c Ps.58.11. 25 And the hail smote throughout

fuse to humbled thyself before me! diki.21.29. 2Chr.7.14.

let my people go, that they may all the land of Egypt all that was

Job 42.6.

serve me. in the field, both man and beast;

Jer. 13. 18.

4 Else, if thou refuse to let my and the hail q smote every herb of Jam.4.10.

people go, behold, to morrow wil the field, and brake every tree of e Pr.30.27. I bring the locusts e into thy coast: the field.

Rev.9.3. 5 And they shall cover the face 26 Only in the land of Goshen, reye. of the earth, that one cannot be where the children of Israel were,

able to see the earth and they


Pharaoh suta tole

no hail Pharaoh sent, and ca and Aaron, and me sinued this to : Fluteous, s and I als wicked.

the LORD (ft at there be nderings and has

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The plague of locusts.


Pharaoh yet hardened. shall eat the f residue of that which B. C. 1491. LORD your God, and against you. is escaped, which remaineth unto

17 Now, therefore, forgive, I pray you from the hail, and shall eat

.f ch.9.32. thee, my sin only o this once, and every tree which groweth for you Joel 1.4.

entreat the LORD your God, that he out of the field:

2.25. may take away from me this death
6 And they shall fill thy houses, 9

and the houses of all thy servants, g ver. 14. 15. 18 And he went out from Pharaoh,
and the houses of all the Egyptians,


and entreated the LORD. which neither thy fathers, nor thy

19 And the LORD turned a mighty
fathers' fathers have seen, since the

h ch.23,33.

strong west wind, which took away
day that they were upon the earth 192.18.21. the locusts, and '4 cast them p into
unto this day. And he turned him-

Pr.29.6. the Red sea; there remained not self, and went out from Pharaoh. Ec.7.26. one locust in all the coasts of Egypt. 7 And Pharaoh's servants said unto

20 But the LORD hardened Phahim, How long shall this man be h 2 who, and raoh's heart, so that he would not a snare unto us? let the men go,

who, fc. let the children of Israel go. that they may serve the LORD their

ich.7.19. 21 T And the LORD said unto MoGod: knowest thou not yet that

ses, Stretch out thine hand toward Egypt is destroyed?

k Ps.78.26. heaven, that there may be dark8 And Moses and Aaron were


ness q over the land of Egypt, 5 even brought again unto Pharaoh : and


darkness which may be felt. he said unto them, Go, serve the

22 And Moses stretched forth his LORD your God: but 2 who are they

I Ps.78.46.

hand toward heaven; and there

was a thick darkness in all the land
9 And Moses said, We will go with m Joel 2.2. of Egypt three days:
our young and with our old, with

23 They saw not one another,
our sons and with our daughters,

3 hastened

neither rose any from his place for with our flocks and with our herds

to call.

three days: but all the children of
will we go: for we must hol a feast
unto the LORD.

7 ch.9.27. Israel had r light in their dwellings.

24 T And Pharaoh called unto Mo10 And he said unto them, Let the

ses, and said, Goye, serve the LORD;
LORD be so with you, as I will let

only let your flocks and your herds
you go, and your little ones: look o 1Ki. 13.6.
to it; for evil is before you.

be stayed : let your little ones also
Is. 26. 16.

you. 11 Not so: go now ye that are men,

25 And Moses said, Thou inust and serve the LORD; for that ye

* fastened.

give 6 us also sacrifices and burnt
did desire. And they were driven p Joel 2. 20. offerings, that we may sacrifice unto
out from Pharaoh's presence.

the LORD our God.
12 And the LORD said unto Mo- q Ps.35.6. 26 Our cattle s also shall


with ses, Stretch i out thine hand over


us; there shall not an hoof be left the land of Egypt for the locusts,

Pr. 1.19.

behind : for thereof must we take that they may come up upon the

Ec.2.14;6. land of Egypt, and eat every herb

to serve the LORD our God; and we 4.

know not with what we must serve of the land, even all that the hail

Is.8.22. hath left.

the LORD, until we come thither. 13 And Moses stretched forth his

5 that one

27 T But the LORD hardenedt Pharod over the land of Egypt, and the

mily feel raoh's heart, and he would not let LORD brought an east wind upon


them go.

28 And Pharaoh said unto him,
the land all that day, and all that r Is.42.16.
night; and when it was morning,

Get thee from me, take heed to

Col.1.13. thek east wind brought the locusts.

thyself, see my face no more: u for

1 Pet.2.9. 14 And the locusts I went up over 6 into our

in that day thou seest my face thou

shalt die.
all the land of Egypt, and rested in
all the coasts of Egypt: very griev-


29 And Moses said, Thou hast ous were they; before them there s H0.5.6.

spoken well, v I will see thy face were no such locusts m as they,

again no more.

Zec.14.20. neither after them shall be such.

CHAPTER XI. 15 For they covered the face of t ver.1,20.

1 God's message to the Israelites, to the whole earth, so that the land

borrow jewels of their neighbours.

ch.14.4,8. was darkened ; and they did eat u Chr.16.10.

4 The death of the firstborn threat

every herb of the land, and all the
fruit of the trees which the hail



ND the LORD said unto Moses, had left: and there remained not

Am.7.13. Yet will I bring one plague more any green thing in the trees, or in

v Heb. 11.27. upon Pharaoh, and upon Egypt; af

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the lands of the field, through all CHAP. 11, when the shay let you go, he shali

161 Then Pharaoh 3 called for Moses and Aaron in haste; and he said, I have sinned against n the

a ch.12.31


surely thrust you out hence a alto-
2 Speak now in the ears of the
people, and let every man borrow


The Passover

is instituted. of his neighbour, and every woman B. C. 1491. blemish, a male 2 of the first year; of her neighbour, jewels of silver,

ye shall take it out from the sheep, and jewels of gold.

b ch.12.36. or from the goats : 3 And the LORD) gave the people b Ps. 106.46. 6 And ye shall keep it up until the c favour in the sight of the Egyptians.c 2Sa.7.9. fourteenth day of the same month: Moreover, the man Moses was very Est.9.4. and the whole assembly of the congreat c in the land of Egypt, in the Rev.3.9. gregation of Israel shall kill it 3 in sight of Pharaoh's servants, and in a Job 34.20.

the evening. sight of the people.


7 And they shall take of the blood, 4 And Moses said, Thus saith the

Zec. 14.3.

and strike it on the two side-posts LORD, About midnight d will I go out into the midst of Egypt:

and on the upper door-post of the e Am.4.10.

houses, wherein they shall eat it. 5 And all the first born in the land fch.12.30.

8 And they shall eat the flesh in

Am.5. 17. of Egypt shall die, e from the first

that night, roast with fire, and d born of Pharaoh that sitteth upon 5 Jos. 10.21. unleavened bread; and with bitter his throne, even unto the firstborn nch. 12.31,33. herbs they shall eat it. of the maidservant that is behind - i. e. at thy all with water, but roast with fire;

9 Eat not of it raw, nor sodden at the mill; and all the firstborn of

feet. beasts.


his head with his legs, and with the 6 And there shall be a great cryf

2 luat of

purtenance thereof. throughout all the land of Egypt,

10 And ye shall let nothing of ite

anger. such as there was none like it, nor

remain until the morning, and that

ich.7.3. shall be like it any more.

which remaineth of it until the 7 But against any of the children kch.10.20,27. morning ye shall burn with fire. of Israel shall not a dog move his o

• 1 Sam.6.6. 11 T And thus shall ye eat it; with

Rom.2.5. tongue, aguinst man or beast, that

your loins girded, your shoes on ye may know how that the LORD (CHAP. 12.) your feet, and your staff in your doth put a difference between the

a ch.13.4.

hand; and ye shall eat it in haste; Egyptians and Israel.


it is the Lord's passover. S And all these thy servants h shall

Deut. 16.1.

12 For I will pass through the land come down unto me, and bow down

of Egypt this might, and will sinite themselves unto me, saying, Get

1 or, kid.

all the first born in the land of thee out, and all the people ithat Lev.22.19, Egypt, both man and beast; and follow thee: and after that I will


against all the 4 gods of Egypt! go out. And he went out from

Deut. 17.1. Pharaoh in a great anger.

Mal. 1.8,14. LORD.

will execute judgment: I am the 9 And the LORD said unto Moses,

1 Pet. 1.19.

13 And the blood shall be to you Pharaoh shall not hearken unto

for a token upon the houses where you; that my wonders may i be

ye are: and when I see the blood, multiplied in the land of Egypt.

2 son of a

I will pass over you, and the plague 10 And Moses and Aaron did all year. shall not be upon you 5 to destroy these wonders before Pharaoh :


you, when I smite the land of Egypt. and the LORD hardened Pharaoh's Lev. 23.5. 14 And this day shall be unto you heart, so that he would not let the Num.9.3. for a memorial, and ye shall keep children of Israel go out of his land. 28.16. it a feast g to the LORD throughout CHAPTER XII.

De. 16.1,6. your generations; ye shall keep it 3 The passover instituted. 29 The 3 between a feast by an ordinance for ever.

firstborn slain. 3! The Israelites the two 15 Seven days h shall ve eat un are driven out of the land.


leavened bread; even the first day ND the LORD spake unto Moses d ch.31.25. ye shall put away leaven out of your

Deut. 16.3.

houses: for whosoever eateth lessaying,


vened bread from the first day until 2 This a month shall be unto you

e ch.23.18.

the seventh day, i that soul shall be the beginning of months: it shall be

cut oil from Israel. the first month of the year to you.

4 or, princes.

16 And in the first day there shall 3 T Speak ye unto all the congre- Nu.33.4. be an holy k convocation, and in the gation of Israel, saying, In the tenth


seventh day there shall be an holy day of this month they shall take to for a de- convocation to you; no manner of them every man a 1 lamb, according struction. work shall be done in them, save to the house of their fathers, a lamb

g Lev.23.4,5.

that which every 6 man must eat, for an house:


that only may be done of you. 4 And if the household be too lit


17 And ye shall observe the feast tle for the lamb, let him and his n ch.13.6,&c. of unleavened bread; for in the neighbour next unto his house take

Nu.28.17. self-same day have I brought your it according to the number of the

i Nu.9. 13.

armies out of the land of Fype: souls: every man, according to his

therefore shall ye observe this day eating, shall make your count for Nu, 29.12.

in your generations by an ordus the launb.

for ever. 5 Your lamb shall be b without

18 in the first month, on the four

A and Aaron in the land of Egypt,

6 soul.

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