Exodus 20

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1 I mluvil Bůh všecka slova tato, řka:

2 Já jsem Hospodin Bůh tvůj, kterýž jsem tě vyvedl z země Egyptské, z domu služby.

3 Nebudeš míti bohů jiných přede mnou.

4 Neučiníš sobě rytiny, ani jakého podobenství těch věcí, kteréž jsou na nebi svrchu, ani těch, kteréž na zemi dole, ani těch, kteréž u vodách pod zemí.

5 Nebudeš se jim klaněti, ani jich ctíti. Nebo já jsem Hospodin Bůh tvůj, Bůh silný, horlivý, navštěvující nepravost otců na synech do třetího i čtvrtého pokolení těch, kteříž nenávidí mne,

6 A činící milosrdenství nad tisíci těmi, kteříž mne milují, a ostříhají přikázaní mých.

7 Nevezmeš jména Hospodina Boha svého nadarmo; neboť nenechá bez pomsty Hospodin toho, kdož by bral jméno jeho nadarmo.

8 Pomni na den sobotní, abys jej světil.

9 Šest dní pracovati budeš, a dělati všeliké dílo své;

10 Ale dne sedmého odpočinutí jest Hospodina Boha tvého. Nebudeš dělati žádného díla, ty i syn tvůj i dcera tvá, služebník tvůj i děvka tvá, hovado tvé i příchozí, kterýž jest v branách tvých.

11 Nebo v šesti dnech učinil Hospodin nebe a zemi, moře a všecko, což v nich jest, a odpočinul dne sedmého; protož požehnal Hospodin dne sobotního, a posvětil ho.

12 Cti otce svého i matku svou, ať se prodlejí dnové tvoji na zemi, kterouž Hospodin Bůh tvůj dá tobě.

13 Nezabiješ.

14 Nesesmilníš.

15 Nepokradeš.

16 Nepromluvíš proti bližnímu svému křivého svědectví.

17 Nepožádáš domu bližního svého, aniž požádáš manželky bližního svého, ani služebníka jeho, ani děvky jeho, ani vola jeho, ani osla jeho, ani cožkoli jest bližního tvého.

18 Veškeren pak lid viděl hřímání to a blýskání, a zvuk trouby, a horu kouřící se. To když viděl lid, pohnuli se a stáli zdaleka.

19 A řekli Mojžíšovi: Mluv ty s námi, a poslouchati budeme; a nechť nemluví s námi Bůh, abychom nezemřeli.

20 Odpověděl Mojžíš lidu: Nebojte se; nebo pro zkušení vás sám Bůh přišel, aby bázeň jeho byla mezi vámi, abyste nehřešili.

21 Tedy stál lid zdaleka; Mojžíš pak přistoupil k mrákotě, kdež byl Bůh.

22 I řekl Hospodin Mojžíšovi: Tak povíš synům Izraelským: Vy jste sami viděli, že s nebe mluvil jsem s vámi.

23 Protož nevyzdvihujte ničehož ku poctě se mnou; bohů stříbrných a bohů zlatých neučiníte sobě.

24 Oltář z země uděláš mi a obětovati budeš na něm zápaly své, a pokojné oběti své, ovce své a voly své. Na kterémkoli místě rozkáži slaviti památku jména svého, přijdu k tobě a požehnám tobě.

25 Jestliže mi pak vzděláš oltář kamenný, nedělej ho z kamene tesaného; nebo jestliže pozdvihneš železa na něj, poškvrníš ho.

26 Aniž po stupních vstupovati budeš k oltáři mému, aby hanba tvá u něho odkryta nebyla.

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slova
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hospodin
The Lord, in the simplest terms, is love itself expressed as wisdom itself. In philosophic terms, love is the Lord's substance and wisdom is His...

země
„Země“ v Bibli může znamenat osobu nebo skupinu stejně smýšlejících lidí jako v kostele. Ale týká se to konkrétně vnější strany mysli člověka nebo obecné...

domu
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pod
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nepravost
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milosrdenství
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jména
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syn
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dcera
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služebník
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nebe
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moře
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svědectví
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manželky
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viděl
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Mojžíšovi
Moses's name appears 814 times in the Bible (KJV), third-most of any one character (Jesus at 961 actually trails David at 991). He himself wrote...

Mojžíš
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přišel
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stál
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řekl
As with many common verbs, the meaning of “to say” in the Bible is highly dependent on context. Who is speaking? Who is hearing? What...

oltář
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ovce
It’s pretty easy for most people to read the Bible and get a sense for what “sheep” means without any help. They are simple, peaceful,...

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