Esodo 15

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Italian: Giovanni Diodati Bible (1649)         

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1 ALLORA Mosè, co’ figliuoli d’Israele, cantò questo cantico al Signore, e dissero così: Io canterò al Signore, perciocchè egli si è sommamente magnificato; Egli ha traboccato in mare il cavallo, e colui che lo cavalcava.

2 Il Signore è la mia forza e il mio cantico, E mi è stato in salvezza; Quest’è il mio Dio, io lo glorificherò; L’Iddio del padre mio, io l’esalterò.

3 Il Signore è un gran guerriero; Il suo Nome è, il Signore.

4 Egli ha traboccati in mare i carri di Faraone, e il suo esercito; E la scelta de’ suoi capitani è stata sommersa nel mar rosso.

5 Gli abissi li hanno coperti; Essi sono andati a fondo, come una pietra.

6 La tua destra, o Signore, è stata magnificata in forza; La tua destra, o Signore, ha rotto il nemico.

7 E con la tua magnifica grandezza, Tu hai distrutti coloro che s’innalzavano contro a te; Tu hai mandata l’ira tua, Che li ha consumati come stoppia.

8 E, col soffiar delle tue nari, l’acque sono state accumulate; Le correnti si son fermate come un mucchio; Gli abissi si sono assodati nel cuor del mare.

9 Il nemico dicea: Io li perseguirò, io li raggiungerò, Io partirò le spoglie, l’anima mia si sazierà di essi; Io sguainerò la mia spada, la mia mano li sterminerà.

10 Ma tu hai soffiato col tuo vento, e il mare li ha coperti; Essi sono stati affondati come piombo in acque grosse.

11 Chi è pari a te fra gl’iddii, o Signore? Chi è pari a te, magnifico in santità, Reverendo in laudi, facitor di miracoli?

12 Tu hai distesa la tua destra, E la terra li ha tranghiottiti.

13 Tu hai condotto, per la tua benignità, Il popolo che tu hai riscattato; Tu l’hai guidato per la tua forza Verso l’abitacolo della tua santità.

14 I popoli l’hanno inteso, ed hanno tremato; Dolore ha colti gli abitanti della Palestina.

15 Allora sono stati smarriti i principi di Edom; Tremore ha occupati i possenti di Moab; Tutti gli abitanti di Canaan si sono strutti.

16 Spavento e terrore caggia loro addosso; Sieno stupefatti per la grandezza del tuo braccio, come una pietra; Finchè sia passato il tuo popolo, o Signore; Finchè sia passato il popolo che tu hai acquistato.

17 Tu l’introdurrai, e lo pianterai nel Monte della tua eredità; Nel luogo che tu hai preparato per tua stanza, o Signore; Nel Santuario, o Signore, che le tue mani hanno stabilito.

18 Il Signore regnerà in sempiterno.

19 Questo disse Mosè; perciocchè i cavalli di Faraone, co’ suoi carri, e co’ suoi cavalieri, erano entrati nel mare, e il Signore avea fatte ritornar sopra loro le acque del mare; ma i figliuoli d’Israele erano camminati per mezzo il mare per l’asciutto.

20 E Maria profetessa, sorella di Aaronne, prese in mano un tamburo; e tutte le donne uscirono dietro a lei, con tamburi, e con danze.

21 E Maria rispondeva a Mosè e agli altri uomini, dicendo: Cantate al Signore; perciocchè egli si è sommamente magnificato; Egli ha traboccato in mare il cavallo e colui che lo cavalcava.

22 POI Mosè fece partir gl’Israeliti dal mar rosso; ed essi procedettero innanzi verso il deserto di Sur; e camminarono tre giornate nel deserto senza trovar acqua.

23 Poi arrivarono a Mara; e non potevano ber dell’acque di Mara; perciocchè erano amare; perciò a quel luogo fu posto nome Mara.

24 E il popolo mormorò contro a Mosè, dicendo; Che berremo?

25 Ed egli gridò al Signore; e il Signore gli mostrò un legno, il quale egli gittò nell’acque, e l’acque divennero dolci. Quivi ordinò il Signore al popolo statuti e leggi; e quivi ancora lo provò.

26 E disse: Se del tutto tu ubbidisci alla voce del Signore Iddio tuo, e fai ciò che gli piace, e porgi gli orecchi a’ suoi comandamenti, e osservi tutti i suoi statuti; io non ti metterò addosso niuna delle infermità, le quali io ho messe sopra l’Egitto; perciocchè io sono il Signore che ti guarisco d’ogni male.

27 Poi vennero in Elim, e quivi erano dodici fontane d’acqua, e settanta palme; e si accamparono quivi presso all’acque.

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mosè
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figliuoli
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d’israele
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israele
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cantico
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signore
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mare
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cavallo
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forza
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salvezza
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esercito
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pietra
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nemico
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stoppia
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mano
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vento
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maria
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dietro a
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danze
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elim
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