Exodus 13

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1 Ja Issand rääkis Moosesega, öeldes:

2 'Pühitse mulle kõik esmasündinud, kõik Iisraeli laste emakodade avajad inimestest ja kariloomadest - need olgu minu!'

3 Ja Mooses ütles rahvale: 'Mõelge päevale, mil te tulite välja Egiptusest, orjusekojast, sest vägeva käega tõi Issand teid sealt välja! Sellepärast ei tohi hapnenut süüa!

4 Täna, aabibikuus, te lähete välja.

5 Ja kui Issand sind viib kaananlaste, hettide, emorlaste, hiivlaste ja jebuuslaste maale, mille ta vandega su vanemaile on tõotanud sulle anda, maale, mis piima ja mett voolab, siis pead sa selles kuus pidama seda teenistust.

6 Seitse päeva söö hapnemata leiba ja seitsmendal päeval olgu Issanda püha!

7 Hapnemata leiba söödagu seitse päeva; ärgu nähtagu su juures hapnenut ja ärgu nähtagu haputaignat kogu su maa-alal!

8 Ja sel päeval seleta oma pojale, öeldes: See on ühenduses sellega, mis Issand mulle tegi, kui ma Egiptusest lahkusin.

9 See olgu sulle nagu märgiks käe peal ja meeldetuletuseks silmade vahel, et Issanda Seadus oleks su suus; sest Issand tõi sind vägeva käega Egiptusest välja.

10 Seda seadlust pead sa täitma määratud ajal aastast aastasse!

11 Ja kui Issand sind on viinud kaananlaste maale, nagu ta sulle ja su vanemaile on vandunud, ja on andnud selle sulle,

12 siis vii Issandale kõik, kes avavad emakoja; ja kõik isased esmikud su kariloomade kandest olgu Issanda päralt!

13 Iga eesli esmik lunasta ühe tallega; aga kui sa teda ei lunasta, siis murra tal kael! Ja lunasta iga inimese esmasündinu oma poegade hulgas!

14 Ja kui su poeg sinult tulevikus küsib, öeldes: Mida see tähendab?, siis vasta temale: Vägeva käega tõi Issand meid välja Egiptusest, orjusekojast.

15 Siis kui vaarao oli kalgilt meie mineku vastu, tappis Issand kõik esmasündinud Egiptusemaal, inimeste esmasündinuist kariloomade esmasündinuteni. Seepärast ma ohverdan Issandale kõik emakoja avajad isased ja lunastan kõik oma poegade esmasündinud.

16 See olgu märgiks su käe peal ja naastuks su silmade vahel; sest vägeva käega tõi Issand meid Egiptusest välja!'

17 Aga kui vaarao oli lasknud rahva minna, siis ei viinud Jumal neid mööda vilistite maa teed, kuigi see oli ligem, sest Jumal mõtles, et sõda nähes rahvas kahetseb ja pöördub tagasi Egiptusesse,

18 vaid Jumal laskis rahva pöörduda kõrbeteed Kõrkjamere poole; ja võitlusvalmilt läksid Iisraeli lapsed Egiptusemaalt välja.

19 Ja Mooses võttis enesega kaasa Joosepi luud, sest tema oli Iisraeli lapsi vandega kohustanud, öeldes: 'Jumal hoolitseb kindlasti teie eest. Siis viige ka minu luud siit enestega kaasa!'

20 Ja nad läksid teele Sukkotist ning lõid leeri üles Eetamisse, kõrbe äärde.

21 Ja Issand käis nende ees, päeval pilvesambas juhatamas neile teed, ja öösel tulesambas, andes neile valgust, et nad said minna päeval ja öösel.

22 Ei lahkunud pilvesammas päeval ega tulesammas öösel rahva eest.

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