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1 Šitie yra vardai Izraelio sūnų, kurie atėjo į Egiptą kartu su Jokūbu, kiekvienas su savo šeimomis:

2 ubenas, Simeonas, Levis, Judas,

3 Isacharas, Zabulonas, Benjaminas,

4 Danas, Neftalis, Gadas ir Ašeras.

5 Iš Jokūbo kilusių buvo septyniasdešimt sielų. Juozapas jau buvo Egipte.

6 Ir numirė Juozapas, visi jo broliai ir visa ta karta.

7 Izraelitai buvo vaisingi, labai pagausėjo, išsiplėtė ir tapo galingi; jie pripildė visą kraštą.

8 Egiptą pradėjo valdyti naujas karalius, kuris nieko nežinojo apie Juozapą.

9 Jis kalbėjo savo tautai: “Žiūrėkite, izraelitų tauta yra gausesnė ir galingesnė už mus.

10 Pasielkime išmintingai su jais, kad jie nebesiplėstų. Jei kiltų karas, kad jie neprisijungtų prie mūsų priešų, nekariautų prieš mus ir nepasitrauktų iš šalies”.

11 Egiptiečiai paskyrė jiems prižiūrėtojus, kad juos prislėgtų sunkiais darbais. Jie pastatė faraonui sandėlių miestus Pitomą ir amzį.

12 Bet kuo labiau egiptiečiai spaudė juos, tuo labiau jie gausėjo ir plito taip, kad egiptiečiai pradėjo bijoti izraelitų.

13 Egiptiečiai vertė izraelitus tarnauti be gailesčio,

14 apkartino jų gyvenimą sunkia vergyste prie molio, plytų bei visokių ūkio darbų ir juos negailestingai spaudė.

15 Egipto karalius įsakė hebrajų pribuvėjoms, kurių viena vadinosi Šifra ir kita­Pūva:

16 “Pašauktos prie hebrajų moterų gimdymo, žiūrėkite, kas gims: jei sūnus, nužudykite jį, bet jei duktė­tegyvena!”

17 Tačiau pribuvėjos bijojo Dievo ir nevykdė Egipto karaliaus įsakymo, bet palikdavo berniukus gyvus.

18 Egipto karalius, tai sužinojęs, pasišaukė pribuvėjas ir joms tarė: “Kodėl jūs nevykdote įsakymo ir paliekate berniukus gyvus?”

19 Pribuvėjos atsakė faraonui: “Hebrajų moterys ne tokios kaip egiptietės, jos stiprios ir pagimdo prieš pribuvėjai ateinant”.

20 Todėl Dievas darė gera pribuvėjoms. Tauta gausėjo ir pasidarė labai galinga.

21 Kadangi pribuvėjos bijojo Dievo, Jis suteikė joms palikuonių.

22 Faraonas įsakė visai tautai: “Kiekvieną berniuką, gimusį hebrajams, meskite į upę, o mergaites palikite gyvas!”

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