Exodus 24

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Italian: Giovanni Diodati Bible (1649)         

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1 POI disse a Mosè: Sali al Signore, tu, ed Aaronne, e Nadab, e Abihu, e settanta degli Anziani d’Israele, e adorate da lungi.

2 Poi accostisi Mosè solo al Signore, e quegli altri non vi si accostino; e non salga il popolo con lui.

3 E Mosè venne, e raccontò al popolo tutte le parole del Signore, e tutte quelle leggi. E tutto il popolo rispose ad una voce, e disse: Noi faremo tutte le cose che il Signore ha dette.

4 Poi Mosè scrisse tutte le parole del Signore; e, levatosi la mattina, edificò sotto a quel monte un altare, e rizzò dodici pilieri, per le dodici tribù d’Israele.

5 E mandò i ministri de’ figliuoli d’Israele a offerire olocausti, e sacrificare al Signore giovenchi, per sacrificii da render grazie.

6 E Mosè prese la metà del sangue, e lo mise in bacini; e ne sparse l’altra metà sopra l’altare.

7 Poi prese il Libro del Patto, e lo lesse in presenza del popolo. E esso disse: Noi faremo tutto quello che il Signore ha detto, e ubbidiremo.

8 Allora Mosè prese quel sangue, e lo sparse sopra il popolo, e disse: Ecco il sangue del patto che il Signore ha fatto con voi, sopra tutte quelle parole.

9 Poi Mosè, ed Aaronne, e Nadab, e Abihu, e settanta degli Anziani d’Israele, salirono.

10 E videro l’Iddio d’Israele; e sotto i piedi di esso vi era come un lavorio di lastre di zaffiro, risomigliante il cielo stesso in chiarezza.

11 Ed egli non avventò la sua mano sopra gli Eletti d’infra i figliuoli d’Israele; anzi videro Iddio, e mangiarono e bevvero.

12 E il Signore disse a Mosè: Sali a me in sul monte, e fermati quivi; ed io ti darò delle tavole di pietra, cioè: la Legge, e i comandamenti che io ho scritti, per insegnarli a’ figliuoli d’Israele.

13 Mosè adunque, con Giosuè, suo ministro, si levò; e Mosè salì al monte di Dio.

14 E disse agli Anziani d’Israele: Rimanete qui, aspettandoci, finchè noi ritorniamo a voi; ecco, Aaronne ed Hur sono con voi; chiunque avrà qualche affare, vada a loro.

15 Mosè adunque salì al monte, e la nuvola coperse il monte.

16 E la gloria del Signore si posò in sul monte di Sinai, e la nuvola lo coperse per lo spazio di sei giorni; e al settimo giorno il Signore chiamò Mosè del mezzo della nuvola.

17 E l’aspetto della gloria del Signore era simile a un fuoco consumante, in su la sommità del monte, alla vista de’ figliuoli d’Israele.

18 E Mosè entrò nel mezzo della nuvola, e salì al monte, e dimorò in sul monte quaranta giorni e quaranta notti.

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Arcana Coelestia 9370, 9371, 9372, 9373, 9374, 9375, 9376, ...

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Apocalypse Revealed 336, 348, 379, 529

The Lord 39

Vita 59, 60

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Apocalypse Explained 69, 270, 329, 365, 405, 430, 594, ...

On the Athanasian Creed 62

Coronis (An Appendix to True Christian Religion) 50

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