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Chap. xxij.

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CHA P. XXII. froughly healed.

kill it, or sell it, he lali reftore five 20 And if a man smite his servant, or oxen for an ox, and four sheep for a sheep. is mad with a rod, and he die under 2 If a thief be found breaking up, ais band; he thall be surely punished. and be smitren that he die, there shall no

21 Notwithftanding, if he continue a blood be fed for him. lay or two, he shall not be punished : for 3 If the fun be risen upon him, there shall se is his money.

be blood med for him: for he should make 224 If men ftrive, and hurt a woman full reftitution; if he have nothing, then Prích child, so that her fruit depart from he shall be sold for his theft. jer, and yet no mischief follow: he shall 4 If the theft be certainly found in his se surely punished according as the wo- hand alive, whether it be ox, or ass, or Dans husband will lay upon him; and he sheep, he shall restore double. hall pay as the judges determine.

s Tifa man tall cause a field or vine. 23 And if any mischief follow, then thou yard to be eaten, and fall pur in his beast, Lal give life for life,

and shall feed in another mans field: of 24 Eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand the best of his own field, and of the be Far hand, foot for foot,

of his own vineyard shall he make reftitu25 Burning for burning, wound for tion. wound, Aripe for fripe.

6 P if fire break ous, and carch in thorns, 26 And if a man smite the eye of so that the stacks of corn, or the standing his fervant, or the eye of his maid, that corn, or the field be consumed therewith; 11 perish; he shall let him go free for his he hat kindled the fire thall surely make

reftiturion. 27 And if he (mite out his man-fer. 7 9 If a man shall deliver unto his neighpaces tooth, or his maid-servants tooth, bour money or stuff to keep, and it be he (all let him go free for his tooths fake. ftolen out of the mans house; if the thief

28 If an ox gore a man or a woman be found, let him pay double. that they die : then the ox hall be surely 8 If the thief be not found, then the toned, and his flesh fall not be eaten; master of the house shall be brought unto but the owner of the ox Mall be quit. the judges, to see whether he have put his

29 But if the ox were wont to push with hand unto his neighbours goods. his horn in time past, and it hath been 9 For all manner of trespass, whether it reftibed to his owner, and he hath not be for ox, for afs, for theep, for raiment, or kept him in, but that he hath killed a man for any manner of lost thing, which ara of a woman; the ox thair be stoned, and ther challengeth to be his : the cause of his ower also shall be put to death. both parties Thall come before the judges ;

30 If there be laid on him a sum of mo- and whom the judges shall condemn," he fky, then he shall give for the ransom of Mall pay double unto his neighbour, huife, whatloever is laid upon him. 10 If a man deliver unto his neighbour

31 Whether he have gored a lon, or an ass, or an ox, or a sheep, or any beast bave pored a daughter, according to his to keep; and it die, or be hurt, or driven judgreat shall it be done unto him. away, no man feeing it :

za II the ox Iball push a man-fervant, 11 Then shall an oath of the LORD be or said.servant; he hall give unto their between them both, that he hath nor pur after thiriy

fekels of filver, and the ox his hand unto his neighbours goods : and Ban be doned.

the owner of it shall accept thereaf, and he 31 And if a man shall open a pit, or shall not make it good. of a man thall dig a pit, and not cover it, 12 And if it be folen from him, he 200 as ox or an als fall therein, Thall make reftitution unto the owner

4. The owner of the pit shall make it thereof. scod, and give money into the owner of 13 If it be corn in pieces, then let him them and the dead beef shall be his. bring it for witness, and he hall not make

35 5 And if one matis ox hurt anothers good that which was torn. the he die, then they shall leij the live 14. 4 And if a man borrow ought of his ", and hvide the money of it, and the neighbour, and it be hurt or die, the ered a alto they fall divide.

owner thereof being rot with it, he hall 36 Or it it be known that the ox hath surely make it good. ned to push in time past, and his owner Is But if the cwner thereof te with it, mechi sot kept him in; he-fall furely he shall not make it good : 'if it be an hiay CX tot ox, and the dead shall be his red-chirg, it came for his hire.

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Exodus is not betrothed, and lie with her ; he s If thou see the als of him that hate Mall surely endow her to be his wife. thee, lying under his

burden, and woul 17 If her father utterly refuse to give eft forbear to help him; thou shalt sure her unto him, he shall pay money accord- help with him. ing to the dowry of virgins.

6 Thou shalt not wreft the judgment 18 9 Thou thalt not suffer a witch to thy poor in his cause. live.

7 Keep thee far from a falle matte 19 & Whosoever lieth with a beaft, and the innocent and righteous say th fhall surely be put to death.

not: for I will not juftifie the wicked. 20 ( He that facrificeth unto any god, 8 9 And thou shalt take no gift : 1 fave unto the Lord only, he shall be ut- the gift blindeth the wise, and perve terly deftroyed.

eth the words of the righteous, 21 [ Thou shalt neither vex a fran 9 9 Also thou shalt not oppress t fira ger, nor oppress him: for ye were ftran- ger: for ye know the heart of a strang gers in the land of Egypt.

seeing ye were Arangers in the land 22 Ye shall not ami& any widow, Egypt. or fatherless child.

10 And fix years thou shalt low thy la 23 If thou afflict them in any wise, and and shalt gather in the fruits thereof: they cry at all unto me: I will surely hear 11 But the seventh year thou Malt let

rest, and lie still, that the poor of thy pe 24 And my wrath shall wax hot, and I ple may ear, and what they leave, t will kill you with the sword, and your beafts of the field shall eat. In like ma wives shall be widows, and your children ner thou shalt deal with thy vineyard, fatherless.

with thy olive yard. 25 9 If thou lend money to any of my 12 Six days thou shalt do thy work, al people that is poor by thee, thou shalt on the seventh day thou shalt rett : 'th not be to him as an ulurer, neither shalt thine ox and thine ass may reft, and d thou lay upon him usury.

son of thy handmaid, and the strang 26 If thou at all take thy neighbours may be refreshed. raiment to pledge, thou Malt deliver it 13 And in all things that I have fa unto him by that the sun goeth down: unto you, be circumspect ; and make i

27 For that is his covering only, it is mention of the names of other gods, a his raiment for his skin: wherein thall he cher let it be heard out of thy mouth. Deep? and it fall come to pass, when he 14 9 Three times thou shalt keep a fe crieth unto me, that I will hear: for I am unto me in the year. gracious.

Is Thou Thale keep the feast of unle 28 Thou shalt not revile the gods, vened bread hou shalt eat unleave nor curse the ruler of thy people. ed bread seven days, as I commande

29 I Thou ihalt not delay to offer the thee in the time appointed of the mon firit of thy ripe fruits and of thy liquors: Abib: for in it thou cameft out fro the firft-born of thy fons shalt thou give Egypt: and none shall appear before a

empty : 30 Likewise shalt thou do with thine 16 And the feast of harveft, the fir oxen, and with thy Meep : feven days it fruits of thy labours, which thou ha Thall be with his dam ; on the eighth day fown in the field : and the feast of itz.g thou shalo give it me.

thering which is in the end of the yea 31 And ye fall be holy men unto when thou haft gathered in thy labou me: neither Thall ye eat any flesh that is out of the field. torn of beats in the field: ye Mhall caft it 17 Three times in the year all thy mal to the dogs.

fall appear before the LORD God. CHA P. XXIII.

18 Thou shalt not offer the blood of I Hou malt not raise a false report sacrifice with leavened bread, neither fear to be an unrighteous witness.

morning, 2 9 Thou shalt not follow a multi 19 The firft of the firft-fruits of th gude to do evil; neither halt thou speak, land thou shalt bring into the house of th in a cause, to decline after many, to wreit LORD thy God. Thou shalt not feethe judgment :

kid in his mothers milk. 39 Neither shalt thou countenance a 20 G Behold, I send an angel befo poor man in his cause.

thee to keep thee in the way, and 4 ( If chou meer thine enemies ox or bring thee into the place which I hay his ars going astray, thou Malo Surely prepared. Foring it back to him again.

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unto me.

Chap. XXXIV, XXIV. The glory of God appeareth. provoke him nor: for he will not pardon ing, and builded an altar under the hill, your transgresions: for my name is in him. and welve piilars, , according to the

22 But if thou shalt indeed obey his twelve tribes of Israel. Foice, and do all that I speak , then I s And he sent young men of the chilwill be an enemy unto thine enemies, and dren of Israel, which offered burnt-offeran adversary unto thine adverfaries. ings, and sacrificed peace-offerings of ox

23 Formine Angel thall go before thee, en unto the LORD. and bring thee in unto the Amorites, and 6 And Moses took half of the blood, the Hitites, and the Perizzites, and the and put it in basons, and half of the Canaanites, and the Hivites, and the Je- blood he spriraded on the altar. bufitas: and I will cut them off.

7 And he took the book of the cove: 24 Thou shalt not bow down to their nant, and read in the audience of the gods, nor serve them, nor do after their people: and they said, All that the LORD Forks: but thou falt utterly overthrow hath said, will we do, and be obedient. tben, and quite break down their images. 8 And Moles took the blood,, and

25 And ye shall serve the LORD your {prinkled it on the people, and said, BeGod, and he shall bless thy bread, and hold, the blood of the covenant, wbich thy water: and I will take fickness away the LORD hath made with you concerning from the midft of thee.

all these words. 25 f There hall nothing caft their 9! Then went up Moses and Aaron, young, nor be barren in thy land : the Nadab and Abihu, and seventy of the Damber of thy days. I will fulfil.

elders of Israel, 27 I will send my fear before thee, and Jo And they saw the God of Israel: and will destroy all the people to whom thou there was under his feer as it were a paved Mah come, and I will make all thine ene work of a sapphire-stone, and as it were zies turn their backs unto thee.

the body of heaven in his clearness. 28 Aod I will send hornets before thee, 11 And upon the nobles of the chil

hich fuell drive out the Hivite, the Ca. dren of Israel he laid not his hand : also azatite, and the Hitrite from before thee. they law God, and did eat and drink.

29 I will not drive them out from be 12'T And the LORD said unto Mod fore thee in one year ; let the land be. fes, Come up to me into the mount, and eine defolate, and the beast of the field be there : and I will give thee tables of multiply againft thee.

ftone, and a law, and commandments, 30 By little and little I will drive them which I have written, that thou mayett but from before thee, until thou be increa- teach them. ted, and inherit the land.

13 And Mores rose up, and his minifter 31 And I will set thy bounds from the Joshua; and Moses went up into the mount Red lea even unto the sea of the Phili- of God. Atines, and from the defert unto the ri 14 And he said unto the elders, TarE: for I will deliver the inhabitants of ry ye here for us, until we come again the land into your hand, and thou halt unto you: and behold, Aaron and Hur drive them out before thee.

are with you: if any man have any mat12 Thou shalt make no covenant with ters to do, let him come unto them. ben, not with their gods.

Is And Moses went up into the mount, They hall not dwell in thy land, and a cloud covered che mount. let they make chee fin against me : for if 16 And the glory of the LORD abode thon ieve their gods, it will surely be a upon mount Sinai, and the cloud covered fosse unto thee.

it fix days: and the seventh day he calle CHAP. XXIV.

ed unto Mofes out of the midit of the Nd he said unto Moses, Come up un- cloud.

17 And the fight of the glory of the dab and Abibu, and seventy of the ele LORD was like devouring fire on the top ders of Israel: and worhip ye afar off. of the mount, in the eyes of the children

2 And Mofes alone Mali come near the of Israel. Lord: but they fhall not come nigh, nei 18 And Moles went into the midft of es fall the people go up with him. the cloud, and gat him up into the mount:

And Moses came and cold the peo- and Moses was in the mount forty days, all the words of the LORD, and all the and forty nights. jedgreats: and all the people answered

CHA P. XXV. "hid the LORD hath said, will we do.

laying And Moles wrote all the words of 2 Speak unto the children of Ifrae! Lord, and rose up.early in the mora- that they bring me an offering: of a


year, and table.

Ine conalestick and its infirmier". man thar giveth it willingly with his heart, bove the mercy-feat, from between the ye shall take my offering.

two cherubims which are upon the ark o 3 And this is the offering which ye shall the teftimony, of all things which I wil take of them ; gold, and silver, and brass, give thee in commandment unto th

4 and blue, and purple, and scarlet, children of Israel. and fine linen, and goats hair,

23 I Thou shalt also make a table $ And ramsskins died red, and badgers mittim

wood: two cubits shall be the lengt skins, and shitim-wcod,

thereof, and a cubit the breadth thereo 6 Oyl for the light, spices for anoint. and a cubit and a half the height thereof. ing oyl, and for sweet incense,

24 And theu faalt overlay it with pur 7 Onyx-lones, and stones to be set in gold, and make thereto a crown of gok the ephod, and in the breast-plate. round about.

& And let them make me a sanctuary's : 25 And thou Nalt make unto it a bor that I may dwell amongst them.

der of an hand-breadth round about, ani 9 According to all that I thew thee, thou shalt make a golden crown to th after the pattern of the tabernacle, and border thereof round about. the pattern of all the inftruments thereof, 26 And thou fált pake for it four ring even so mali ye make ir.

of gold, and put the rings in the four coi JO And they shall make an ark of ners that are on ebe four feet thereof. shittim-wood : two cubits and a halt shalt 27. Over against the border Mall th be the length thereof, and a cubit and a rings be for places of the staves to be half the breadth thereof, and a cubit and the table. a half the height thereof.

28 And thou shalt make the faves !! And thou shalt overlay it with pure fhitrim wood, and overlay them with gok gold, within and without shalt thou over. that the table may be born with them. lay it : and thalt make upon it a crown 29 And thou thalt make the dishe of gold round about.

thereof, and 1poons thercof, and cover 12 And thou shalt caft four rings of thereof, and bowls thereof, to cover with gold for it, and put them in the four cor- al: of pure gold shalt thou make them. ners thereof and two rings Mall be in 30 And thou Malt set upon the table the one side of it, and two rings in the shew-bread before me alway. other side of it.

31 And thou shalt make a cardlı 13 And thou shalt make staves of fit- Aick of pure go!d : of beaten work na tim-wood, and overlay them with gold. the candleftick be made : his shaft, an

14. And thou fhale put the staves into his branches, his bowls, his knops, an the rings, by the fides of the ark, that his flowers Mall be of the same. the ark may be.born with them.

32 And fix branches shall come out Is The taves shall be in the rings of the sides of it: three branches of the car the ark: they shall not be taken from it. dlestick out of the one side, and thre

16 And thou shalt put into the ark the branches of the candleftick out of th teftimony which I fall give thee. other fide.

17 And thou shalt make a mercy. seat 33 Three bowismade like unto almond of pure gold; two cubits and a halt mall with a knop and a flower in one branch be the length thereof, and a cubit and a and three bowls made like almonds in th half the breadth.chereof.

other branch, with a knop and a flower 18 And thou shalt make two cheru- fo in the Gx branches that come out of th bims of gold: of beaten work that thou candleftick. make then, in the two ends of the mer 34 And in the candleftick mall be for cy-feat.

bowls made like unto almonds, with the 19 And make one cherub on the one krops and their flowers. end, and the other cherub on the otherend: 35. And there mall be a knop under tw even of the mercy-feat Mall ye make the branches of the lame, and a knop unde cherubims on the two ends thereof. two branches of the same, and a kno * 20 And the cherubims fhall Atretch forth under two branches of the same, accordin their wings on high, covering the mercy- to the fix branches that proceed out of the feat with their wings, and their faces candleftick. fall look one to another : toward the mer. 36 Their knops ard their branche cy-seat all the faces of the cherubims be, shall be of the fame : all it mall be on

21 And thou halt put the mercy-seat beaten work of pure gold. above upon the ark, and in the ark thou 37 And thou Tait make the seve Malt put the restin onyohat I shall give thee. lamps thereot: and they fall light th 22 Add there I will meet with thre, len ps thereof, that they may give lige ! I will con.mune with thee, som a- over against it.

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Chap xxvị.

of the tabernacle. 38 And the congs thereof,and the snuff 15 (And thou shalt make boards for the liibes thereof ihal be of pure gold. tabernacle, of fhittim-wood, standing up.

39 of a talent of pure gold Tall he make 16 Ten cubits shall be the length of a with all these veffels.

board, and a cubit and a half mall be the 40 And look that thou make them after breadth of one board. their pattern which was thewed thee in 17 Two tenons shall there be in one the mount.

board, set in order one against another : CHAP. XXVI.

thus falt thou make for all the boards of Oreover, thou shalt make the ta- the tabernacle.

18 And thou Nalt make the boards for twined linen, and blue, and purple, and the tabernacle, twenty boards on the kcarlet: with cherubims of cunning work south side, fouth-ward. fak thou make them.

19 And thou shalt make forty rockets of ?The length ofone curtain fall be eight filver under the twenty boards: two focksud twency cubits, and the breadth of one ets under one board for his two tenons, curtain, four cubits: and every one of the and two rockets under another board for Curtains shall have one meafure:

his two tenons. 3. The five curtains shall be coupled to. 20 And for the second fide of the tagether one to another and other five cur. bernacle on the north-fide, there shall be Friss ball be coupled one to another. twenry boards,

4 And thou shalt make loops of blue up 21 And their forty rockets of Silver : on the edge of the one curtain from the two fockets under one board, and two felvedge in the coupling: and likewise thalt rockets under another board. thee nake in the uttermoft edge of another 22 And for the fides of the tabernacle Curtain, in the coupling of the second. weft-ward, thou shale make fix boards.

s Ffry loops thalt thou make in the one 23 And two boards Thalt thou make for Catain, and fifty loops shalt thou make in the corners of the tabernacle in the two the edge of the curtain that is in the cou. fides. pling of the second ; that the loops may 24. And they shall be coupled together skbold one of another.

beneath, and they shall be coupled toge6 And thou shalt make fifty taches of ther ahove the head of it unto one ring : Fold,and couple the curtains together with thus shall it be for them both, they mall herches : and it shall be one tabernacle. be for the two corners.

And thou shalt make curtains of goats 25 And they shall be eight boards, and air to be a covering upon the tabernacle : their sockets of flver, lixteen fockets: leven curtains hal thou make.

two Pockets under one board, and two The length of one curtain shall be Cockets under another board. thirty abits, and the breadth of one cur 26 J And thou shalt make bars of liter sain, four cubits: and the eleven curtains tim-wood : five for the boards of the one bil be all of one measure.

fide of the tabernacle, And thou shalt couple five curtains by 27 And five bars for the boards of the chemielves, and fix curtains by themselves, other side of the tabernacle, and five bars and make double the sixth curtain in the for the boards of the side of the cabernacle forefront of the tabernacle.

for the two sides welt ward. 10 And thou shal make fifty loops on the 28 And the middle bar, in the mids of edge of the one curtain thas is outmost in the boards thall reach from end to end. the coupling, and fifty loops in the edge of 29 And thou shalt overlay the boards the airtain which ouplech the second. with gold, and make their rings of gold

11 And thou fale make fifty taches of for places for the bars:and thou Thalt overbras, and put the caches into the loops, and lay the bars with gold. bople the tent together,thatit may be one. 30 And thou thalt rear up the taber

iz And the remnant that remaineth of nacle according to the fashion thereof, he curtains of che tent, the half curtain which was shewed thee in the mount. buat remaineth, fall hang over the back 31 9 And thou shalt make a vail of blue, ide of the tabernacle.

and purple, and scarlet, and fine twined 13 And a cubit on the one fide, and a linen of cunning work: with cherubims zsbiz on the other side of that which re fall it be made. tapeth in the length of the curtains of 32 And thou shalt hang it upon four pila he tent, it shall hang over the fides of the lars of shittim-word, overlaid with gold : #ernacle, on this lide, and on that fide, their hooks Mall be of gold, upon the rozr is cuter it.

Cockets of filver. 14 And thou falt make a covering for 33 7. And thou shalt hing up the vail de tenis, of rams skins died red, and so. under the taches, that thou mayest bri

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