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the land ud beast: As of

Firstborn of the
EXODUS, XII.

Egyptians slain.
teenth day of the month at even, B. C. 1491. Aaron by night, and said, Rise up,
ye shall eat unleavened bread, un-

and get you forth from among my til the one and twentieth day of the 2 ch.23.15

people, both ye and the children
month at even.

34.18. of Israel; and go, serve the LORD,
19 Seven days shall there be no Deut. 16.3. as ye have said.
leaven I found in your houses: for Tor, kid.

32 Also take your flocks and your
whosoever eateth that which is

herds, as ye have said, and be gone; leavened, even that soul shall be

m Jos.5.10.

and v bless me also.

2Ki.23.21. cut off from the congregation of

33 And the Egyptians were ur

Ezr.6.20.
Israel, whether he be a stranger, or

Mat.26.18. gent w upon the people, that they
born in the land.

Mar. 14.12. might send them out of the land in
20 Ye shall eat nothing leavened;

Lu. 22.7,&c haste; for they said, We be all
in all your habitations shall ye eat n Lev.14.6,7. dead men.
unleavened bread.

Ps.51.7. 34 And the people took their
21 [ Then Moses called for all the Heb.9.19. dough before it was leavened, their
elders of Israel, and said unto them,

11.28. 9 kneading-troughs being bound up Draw out and take you a 7 lamb. Heb.12.24. in their clothes upon their shoul

ders. p 2Sa 24.16. Eze.9.4,6.

35 And the children of Israel did 22 And ye shall take a bunch of

Rev.7.3. according to the word of Moses; hyssop, and dip it in the blood that

9.4. and they borrowed of the Egyptians is in the bason, and strike n the lin- q ch.13.8,14. jewels of silver, and jewels of gold, tel and the two side-posts with the

Deut.33.7. and raiment: blood that is in the bason; and none

Jos.4.6. 36 And the LORD X gave the people of you shall go out at the door of

Ps.78.6. favour in the sight of the Egyptians, his house until the morning.

7 ch.4.31. so that they lent unto them such. 23 For the LORD will pass through s Nu.3.13.

things as they required: and they to smite the Egyptians; and when

8.17.

spoiled the Egyptians.
he seeth the blood o upon the lin- 33.4. 37 91 And the children of Israel
tel, and on the two side-posts, the

Ps.78.51. journeyed from Rameses y to Suc-
LORD will pass over the door, and p

105.36. coth, about 2 six hundred thou-
will not suffer the destroyer to come

135.8.

sand on foot that were men, beside in unto your houses to smite you.

136.10. children. 24 And ye shall observe this thing

He, 11,28.

38 And 10 a mixed multitude a for an ordinance to thee and to thy

8 house of

went up also with them; and flocks, the pit.

and herds, even very much caitle.
25 And it shall come to pass, when t ch.11.6. 39 And they baked unleavened!
ye be come to the land which the

Pr.21.13. cakes of the dough which they
LORD will give you, according as

Am.5.17.

brought forth out of Egypt, for it he hath promised, 'that ye shall

Mat.25.6.

was not leavened; because they Ja.2.13.

were thrust out of Egypt, and could 26 And it shall come to pass, when

uch.11.1.

not tarry, neither had they prepared your children shall say unto you, u

for themselves any victual. What mean ye by this service?

40 T Now the sojourning of the 27 That ye shall say, It is the sa

v Ge.27.34.

children of Israel, who dwelt in
crifice of the LORD's passover, who w Ps.105.38. Egypt, was ő four hundred and
passed over the houses of the chil- 9 or, dough. thirty years.
dren of Israel in Egypt, when he x Ge.39.21.

11 And it came to pass at the end
smote the Egyptians, and delivered

ch.3.21. of the four hundred and thirty
our houses. And the people bowed 11.3.
the head, and r worshipped.

years, even the self-same day it
28 And the children of Israel went 2 Nu.1.46.

y Nu.33.3,5. came to pass, that all the hosts of

the LORD went out from the land
away, and did as the LORD had
commanded Moses and Aaron, so 10 a great

11.21.

of Egypt.

12 It is il a night to be much c 29 And it came to pass, that at

mixture.

observed unto the LORD for bringmuidnight the LORD smote s all the

a Nu.11.4.

ing them out from the land of firstborn in the land of Egypt, from

1 Ge. 15.13.

Egypt: this is that night of the the firstborn of Pharaoh that sat

Lord to be observed of all the chil

Acts 7.6.
of this throne, unto the firstborn 11 a night of an Aaron, This is the ordinance...

Ga.3.17.

dren of Israel in their generations.

13 T And the LORD said unto Moses geon; and all the firsthorn of cattle.

observations.

of the passover: There shall 110 night, he, and all his servants, and

stranger eat thereof:

c De. 16.1,6. all the Egyptians; and there was a

44 But every man's servant that is

d No.9.14. great eryt in Egypt; for there was e Ge.17.12.

bought for money, when thou hast e not a house where there was not f Lev.22.10. thereof.

circumcised him, then shall he eat Ep.2.12.

45 Af foreigner and an hired servant shall not eat thereof.

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Israelites depart from Egypt. EXODUS, XII. They encamp in Ethan. 46 In one house shall it be eaten: 1 B. C. 1491. | memorial between thine eyes; that thou shalt not carry forth aught of

the LORD's law may be in thy the flesh abroad out of the house; g Nu.9.12. mouth: for with a strong hand hath neither shall ye break a bone Jno. 19.33, the LORD brought thee out of Egypt. thereof. g

36.

10 Thou shalt therefore keep this

12 do it. 47 All the congregation of Israel

ordinance i in his season from year shall 12 keep it.

h Nu.9.14.

to year. 18 And when a stranger shall so

15.15, 16. 11 And it shall be, when the

Gal.3.23. journ with thee, and will keep the

LORD shall bring thee into the land

Co!.3.11. passover to the LORD, let all his

of the Canaanites, as he sware unto males be circumcised, and then let i ver.41. thee and to thy fathers, and shall him come near and keep it; and he k ch.6.26. give it thee, shall be as one that is born in the

(CHAP. 13.)

12 That thou shalt 2 set apart unto land: for no uncircumcised person

the Lord all that openeth the ma shall eat thereof.

a ver. 12.
ch.22 29.

trix, and every firstling that cometh 49 One law h shall be to him that

31.19.

of a beast which thou hast; the is home-born, and unto the stran

Nu.3. 13.

males shall be the LORD's. ger that sojourueth among you. Deut.15.19.

13 And every firstling of an as 50 Thus did all the children of Luke 2.23. thou shalt redeem with a 3 lamb Israel ; as the LORD commanded b ch.12.42.

and if thou wilt not redeem it, then Moses and Aaron, so did they.

thou shalt break his neck: and al 51 And it came to pass the self

the firstborn of man among the

ch.20.2. same i day, that the Lord did bring

children shalt thou redeem. the childen of Israel out of the

c ch.23.15.
De. 16.1,3.

14 | And it shall be, when thy son land of Egypt k hy their armies.

asketh thee 4 in time to come, say CITAPTER XIII.

d Ge. 17.8.

ing, What is this ? that thou shall

22.16. 1 The firstborn sanctified to God.

say unto him, By strength of hane 3 The mi morial of the passover is

e ch.12.15.

the LORD brought us out from commanded. 21 God yuideth them f ch.12.19. Egypt, from the house of bondage by a cloud, and by fire.

g ch.12.26. 15 And it came to pass, when Pha

ver. 14. raoh would hardly let us go, tha ses, saying,

h ver. 16. the LORD slew all the firstborn in 2 Sanctify unto me all the a first- Deut.6.8. the land of Egypt, both the first born,whatsoever openeth the womb 11.18. born of man, and the first born 0 among the children of Israel, both Pr. 1.9. beast: therefore I sacrifice to the of man and of beast: it is mine.

6.21. LORD all that openeth the matris 3 T And Moses said unto the peo

Cant.8.6.

being males; but all the firstbon ple, Remember this b day, in which

of my children I redeem. ye came out from Egypt, out of the ich.12.14,24. 16 And it shall be for a token upor house of 1 bondage; for by strength 2 cause to thine hand, and for frontlets be of hand the LORD brought you out

pass over.

tween thine eyes : for by strengt! from this place: there shall no lea- 3 or, kid. of hand I the Lord brought us forti vened bread be eaten.

k Deut.6.20.

out of Egypt. 4 This day came ye out, c in the

Jos. 4.6,21.

17 And it came to pass, wher month Abið.

Pharaoh had let the people go, tha

4 to-morrow. 59 And it shall be, when the LORD

God led them not through the way

| Deut.26.8. shall bring thee into the land of

of the land of the Philistines, al the Canaanites, and the Hittites, m ch.14.1), though that was near; for God said

12. and the Amorites, and the Ilivites,

Lest peradventure the people m te

Nu.14.1-4. and the Jebusites, which he d sware unto thy fathers to give thee, a land n Deut. 17.16. pent when they see war, and they

return n to Egypt : flowing with milk and honey, that 5 or, by five throuyh the way of the wildernes

o Deut.32.10.

18 But God o led the people about thou shalt keep this service in this

in a rank. month.

p Ge.50.25.

of the Red sea. And the childret 6 Seven days e thou shalt eat un- Jos. 24.32. of Israel went up 5 harnessed og leavened bread, and in the seventh Acts 7.16. of the land of Egypt. day shall be a feast to the LORD. 9 Num.33.6. 19 And Moses took the bones of

7 Unleavened bread shall be eaten » Num.9.15- Joseph with him; for he ha seven days : and there shall f no

23. straitly sworn the children of Israel leavened bread be seen with thee, 10.31. saying, p God will surely visit yok neither shall there be leaven seen

11.14. and ve shall carry up my bone with thee in all thy quarters.

Dent. 1.33.

away hence with you. 8 T And thou shalt shew thy song

Ne.9. 12, 19.
Ps.78.14.

204 And they took their journey in that day, saying, This is done

99.7.

from Succoth, and encamped because of that which the LORD did

105.39. Etham, in the edge of the wtle minto me when I came forth out of

Is.1.5.

derness. Egypt.

I Cor. 10.2. 21 And the LORD went before 9 And it shall be for h a sign unto Rev. 10.1. them by day in a pillar of a cload thee upon thine hand, and for a

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Pharaoh pursucth the Israelates. EXODUS, XIV. Moses divideth the sea.
in a pillar of fire, to give them B. C. 1491. | Egyptians ? For it had been better
light; to go by day and night,

for us to serve the Egyptians, than
22 He took not away the pillar of
the cloud by day, nor the pillar of (CHAP. 14.) that we should die in the wil-
fire by night, from before the people. a Num.33.7. 13 T And Moses said unto the
CHAPTER XIV.

people, Fear ye not, k stand still,
1 God instructeth the Israelites in

b Jer.44.1.

and see the salvation of the LORD, their journey. 5 Pharaoh pursueth

which he will shew to you to day:

c Ps.3.2. them. 21 They pass through the

71.11.

1 for the Egyptians whom ye have Red Sea. 23 The Egyptians are Jer. 20.10, seen to day, ye shall see them drowned.

11.

again no more for ever. AND the Lord spake unto Mo

14 The LORD shall fight l for you,

d ch.4.21,&c. and ye shall hold your peace. 2 Speak unto the children of

15 | And the LORD said unto MoIsrael

, that they turn and encamp e Ps. 105.25. ses, Wherefore criest thou unto
before a Pi-hahiroth, between b

me? speak unto the children of
Migdol and the sea, over against f ch.15.4. Israel, that they go forward :
Baal-zephon: before it shall ye en-

16 But lift thou up thy rod, and
camp by the sea.

g Num.33.3. stretch out thine hand over the 3 For Pharaoh will say of the

Deut. 26.8.

sea, and divide it ; and the children children of Israel,c They are en- h Jos.24.7.

of Ísrael shall go on dry ground tangled in the land, the wilderness

Ne.9.9. through the midst of the sea.

Ps. 34.17. 17 And I, behold, I will harden
4 And I will harden d Pharaoh's 106.44. the hearts of the Egyptians, and
heart, that he shall follow after 107.6. they shall follow them: and I will
them: and I will be honoured upon

get me honour upon Pharaoh, and
Pharaoh, and upon all his host; i ch.5.21. upon all his host, upon his chariots,
that the Egyptians may know that 6.9. and upon his horsemen.
I am the LORD. And they did so.

18 And the Egyptians shall know
5 And it was told the king of

that I am the LORD, when I have Egypt that the people fled: and

gotten me honour upon Pharaoh, the heart of Pharaoh and of his k Num.14.9. upon his chariots, and upon his servants was turned e against the

Deut.20.3. horsemen. people, and they said, Why have

2Ki.6.16. 19 T. And the angel m of God, We done this, that we have let 2 Ch.20.15, which went before the camp of Israel go from serving us?

17. Israel, removed and went behind 6 And he made ready his chariot,

Ps.27.1,2.

them; and the pillar of the cloud and took his people with him :

46.1-3.

went from before their face, and 7 And he took six hundred chosen

Is.41.10

stood behind them: chariots, f and all the chariots of

14,

20 And it came between the camp
Egypt
, and captains over every one 1 or, for

of the Egyptians and the camp of
8 And the LORD hardened the

whereas ye

Israel; and it was a cloud and
have seen

darkness to them, but it gave light
heart of Pharaoh king of Egypt,
and he pursued after the children

the Egyp- by night to these : so that the one
tians to

came not near the other all the
of Israel: and the children of Israel day.

night.
went out with an high g hand.

21 And Moses stretched out his
But the Egyptians pursued after 1 Deut.1.30.
them, (all the horses and chariots

hand over the sea; and the LORD
3.22.

caused the sea to go back by a of Pharaoh, and his horsemen, and

20.4. his army) and overtook them en

Jos. 10.14.

strong east wind all that night, and camping by the sea, beside Pi-la

23.3, 10.

made the sea n dry land, and the hiroth, before Baal-Zephon.

2 Ch.20.29. waters were divided. 10 9 And when Pharaoh drew

Ne.4.20.

22 And the children of Israel went nigh, the children of Israel lifted

Is.30.15. into the midst o of the sea upon the

dry ground : and the waters were a
up their eyes, and, behold, the m Nu.20.16. wali'unto them on their right hand
Egyptians marched after them;
and they were sore h afraid : and

Is.63.9. and on their left.
the children of Israel cried out

n Jos.3.16. 23 T And the Egyptians pursued,
4.23.

and went in after them to the midst
11 And they said unto Moses, Be-

Ps.66.6. of the sea, even all Pharaoh's horses,

his chariots, and his horsemen.

24 And it came to pass, that in the the wilderness? wherefore hast

Heb.11.29. morning watch the LORD looked

unto the host of the Egyptians
2 or, and

through the pillar of fire and of the
made them cloud, and troubled the host of the
to go
heavily.

Egyptians,

25 And took off their chariot

wheels, 2 that they drave them D

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hast thou taken us away to die in

thou dealt thus with us, to carry us forth ont of Egypt? 12 Is not this the word that we did tell thee in i Egypt, saying, Let 128 alone, that we may serve the

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The Egyptians drooned.

EXODUS, XV.

The Song of Moses. heavily: so that the Egyptians B. C. 1491. 8 And with the blast of h thy no said, Let us flee from the face of

trils the waters were gathered to Israel; for the LORD fighteth for 3 shook off.

gether, the floods stood upright a them against the Egyptians.

an heap, and the depths were con 26 T and the Lord said unto Mo- p ch. 15.10.

Ps.78.53.

gealed in the heart of the sea. ses, Stretch out thine hand over

106.11.

9 The eneiny said, I will pursue the sea, that the waters may come

I will overtake, I will divide th again upon the Egyptians, upon

4 hand.

spoil: my lust shall be satisfie their chariots, and upon their ch.4.13. upon them; I will draw my sword horsemen.

19.9.

my hand shall 1 destroy them. 27 And Moses stretched forth his

Jno.2.11. 10 Thou didst blow with thy hand over the sea, and the sea re

11.45.

wind, the sea covered them: the turned to his strength when the (CHAP. 15.) sank as lead in the mighty waters morning appeared ; and the Egyp- a Ju.5.1. 11 Who is like k unto thee, tians tled against it; and the LORD 2Sam.22. 1. LORD, among the 2 gods? whois lik3 overthrew the Egyptians in the Ps. 106.12. thee, glorious in holiness, fearfu midst of the sea.

b Ps.18.2. in praises, doing wonders? 28 And the waters returned, and

27.1. 12 Thou stretchedst out thy righ covered p the chariots, and the 62.6. hand, the earth swallowed them horsemen, and all the host of Pha- 118. 14. 13 Thou in thy mercy hast I le raoh that came into the sea ailer Is. 12.2.

forth the people which thou has them: there remained not so much clKi.8.13, redeemed: thou hast guided the as one of them.

27. in thy strength unto thy holy hab 29 But the children of Israel walk

d Ps. 24.9.

tation. ed upon dry land in the midst of

45.3.

14 The people shall hear, and the sea; and the waters were a Rev. 19.11. afraid: sorrow shall take hold o wall unto them on their right hand,

the inhabitants of Palestina. and on their left.

e Ps.118.15,

15 Then the dukes of Edom sha

16. 30 Thus the LORD saved Israel

be amazed; the mighty meno that day out of the hand of the f Deut.33.26. Moab, trembling shall take hol Egyptians: and Israel saw the

Ps.68.33.

upon them: all the inhabitants Egyptians dead upon the sea-shore. g P5.59.13. Canaan shall melt m away. 31 And Israel Saw that great

Is.5.24. 16 Fear and dread shall n fall upo 4 work which the LORD did upon

47.14.

them: by the greatness of this the Egyptians: and the people

Mat.3.12.

arm they shall be as still o as feared the LORD, and believed a

stone; till thy people pass over, the LORD, and his servant Moses. h 2Sa. 22. 16. LORD, till the people pass ove CHAPTER XV.

Job 4.9. which p thou hast purchased. 1 Moses' song. 23 The waters at 2Th.2.8. 17 Thou shalt bring them in, and Marah are bitter.

1 or, re

plant them in the mountain

possess. thine inheritance, in the place, children of Israel this song lich.14.21.

LORD, which thou hast made fi unto the Lord, and spake, saying, Ps. 147.18. thee to dwell in; in the r san I will sing unto the LORD, for he k Is.40.18. tuary, () LORD, which thy hanu hath triumphed gloriously: the horse and his rider hath he thrown

have established.
2 or, mighty
ones,

18 The LORD shall reign s for evi into the sea.

1 Is.63.13.

and ever. 2 The LORD is my strength and b

19 For the horse of Pharaoh we song, and he is become iny salva- m Jos.5.1.

in with his chariots and with h tion: he is my God, and I will pre-n Deut.2.25. horsemen into the sea, and th

11.25. pare him an c habitation; my fa

LORD brought again the waters iher's God, and I will exalt him.

Jos.2.9.

the sea upon them: but the che 3 The Lord is a man of d war: o 1$2.25.37. dren of Israel went on dry land the LORD is his naine.

p Ps.7.2.

the midst of the sea. 4 Pharaoh's chariots and his host Acts 20.28.

20 And Miriam the prophetes hath he cast intothe sea : his chosen 9 Ps.44.2. the sister of Aaron, t took a timber captains also are drowned in the Ps.78.54. in her hand; and all the woah Red sea.

s Ps.146.0. went out after her with timbre 5 The depths have covered them:

Dan.4.3. and with dances, they sank into the bottom as a stone.

7.27. 21 And Mirian answered the 6 '1'hy right hand, e O LORD, is be

t Ju. 11.31.

Sing ye to the LORD, u for he ha come glorious in power: thy right

2Sam.6.5. triumphed gloriously; the hon hand, O Lord, hath dashed in Ps.69.25. and his rider hath he thrown I pieces the enemy.

81.2, 7 And in the greatness of thine f 149.3. 22 So Moses brought Israel fro excellency thou hast overthrown 150.4.

the Red sea; and they went them that rose up Wainst thee: u ver. 1. into the wilderness of Shur: thou sentest forth thy wrath, which v Ge. 16.7. they went three days in the consumed themg as stubble.

derness, and found no water.

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EXODUS, XVI. Quails and manna are sent.
239 And when they came to w B. C. 1491. hath brought you out from the
Marah, they could not drink of the

land of Egypt;
waters of Marah, for they were bit- w Num.33.5. 7 And in the morning, then ye
ter: therefore the name of it was

shall see the glory h of the LORD;
called S Marah, ne naneo

3 that is,

for that he heareth your murmur

bitterness, 24 And the people murmured

Ru.1.20.

ings against the LORD: and what against Moses, saying, What shall

are we, that ye murmur against we drink?

* 2Ki.2.21.

us? 25 And he cried unto the LORD;

4.41.

8 And Moses said. This shall be,
and the LORD shewed him a tree, y De.28.27, when the LORD shall give you in
uoluich when he had cast into the

60. the evening flesh to eat, and in the
waters, the waters were made
sweet: there he made for them a

z Ps.41.4. morning bread to the full; for that
103.3.

the LORD heareth your murmur-
statute and an ordinance, and there

ings which ye murmur against him: he proved them,

(CHAP. 16.) and what are we? your murmur26 And said, If thou wilt diligently

a Nu.33.10. ings are not against us, i but against hearken to the voice of the LORD

the LORD. thy God, and wilt do that which is

b Eze.30.15.

9 | And Moses spake unto Aaron, right in his sight, and wilt give ear c ch.15.24. Say unto all the congregation of to his commandments, and keep

Ps. 106.25. the children of Israel, Ceme k near all his statutes, I will put none of

1Cor. 10.10.

before the LORD; for he hath heard
these diseases upon thee, which I d Nu.11.4,5. your murmurings.
have brought upon the Egyptians:y e Ps.78.24.

10 And it came to pass, as Aaron
for I am the LORD Z that healeth

Jno.6.31,

spake unto the whole congregation

32. of the children of Israel, that they
221 And they came to Elim, where 1 the portion looked toward the wilderness, and,
were twelve wells of water, and
three score and ten palm-trees:

of a day in behold, the glory of the LORD lap-
his day.

peared in the cloud.
and they encamped there by the

11 T And the LORD spake unto
f Deut.8.16.

Moses, saying,
CHAPTER XVI.

& ver. 22.

12 I have heard the m murmur-
2 The Israelites murmur. 11 Quails

ings of the children of Israel:
are sent, 14 and manna.
ND they took their journey from

h ver. 10.

speak unto them, saying, At even

ch.40.34. ye shall eat flesh, and in the morntion of the children of Israel came

Nu.14.10. ing ye shall be filled with bread; unto the wilderness of b Sin, which

i 1Sam.8.7.

and ye shall know that I am the is between Elim and Sinai, on the

Mat, 10.40.

LORD your God. fifteenth day of the second month

Lu.10.16.

13 And it came to pass, that at

even the quails n came up, and coafter their departing out of the land 2 Nu. 16.16. vered the camp; and in the morn

2 Nu. 14.10. 2 And the whole congregation of

ing the dew lay round about the

1Ki.8.10. host. the children of Israel c murmured m ver.7.

14 And when the dew that lay against Moses and Aaron in the wil

n Nu.11.31.

was gone up, behold, upon the face 3 And the children of Israel said

Ps.78.27

of the wilderness there lay a small unto them, Would to God we had

31.

round thing, as small as the hoardied by the hand of the Lord in

105.40.

frost on the ground.

15 And when the children of Isthe land of Egypt, when d we sat

2 or, What by the flesh-pots, and when we did

is this? or,

rael saw it, they said one to anoeat bread to the full; for ye have

It is a por: ther, 2 It is manna :0 for they wist bronght us forth into this wilder

tion.

not what it was. And Moses said

unto them, This is the bread which mess to kill this whole assembly o ver.31.38. the LORD hath given you to eat.

Nu.11.7. 4 Then said the LORD unto Mo

16 This is the thing which the

De.8.3, 16. LORD hath commanded, Gather of sess, Behold, I will rain e bread from

Jos.5.12. heaven for you; and the people

Ne.9.15.

it every man according to his eatshall go out and gather la certain

Ps.78.24. ing, an omer 3 for every man, acrate every day, that I may f prove

105.40.

cording to the number of your 4 perthem, whether they will walk in

Jpo,6.31. sons: take ye every man for them
49.58.

which are in his tents.
1 Cor. 10.3. 17 And the children of Israel did
Heb.9.4. so, and gathered, some more, some
Rev.2.17.

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of Egypt.

derness :

with hunger.

that which they bring in; and it 3 by the poll, 18 And when they did mete it

less. or, head.

my law, or no. 5 And it shall come to pass, that the day they shall be twice as much as they

4 souls. 6 And Moses and Aaron said unto then ye shall know that the LORDI

gather daily.

all the children of Israel, At even, p 2Cor.8.15. they gathered every man according

with an omer, p he that gathered much had nothing over, and he that gathered little had no lack:

to his eating

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