2 Mosebok 13

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1 Og Herren talte til Moses og sa:

2 Du skal hellige mig alt førstefødt, alt det som åpner morsliv blandt Israels barn, enten det er folk eller fe! Mig hører det til.

3 Og Moses sa til folket: Kom i hu denne dag da I gikk ut av Egypten, av trælehuset, for med sterk hånd førte Herren eder ut derfra! Da skal I ikke ete syret brød.

4 Idag drar I ut, i måneden abib.

5 Når da Herren fører dig inn i kana'anittenes og hetittenes og amorittenes og hevittenes og jebusittenes land, som han tilsvor dine fedre å gi dig, et land som flyter med melk og honning, da skal du holde denne tjeneste i denne måned.

6 I syv dager skal du ete usyret brød, og på den syvende dag skal det være høitid for Herren.

7 Usyret brød skal du ete alle de syv dager, det skal ikke finnes syret brød hos dig, og ikke surdeig i hele ditt land.

8 Og samme dag skal du fortelle din sønn det og si: Dette er til minne om det som Herren gjorde for mig da jeg drog ut av Egypten.

9 Og det skal være dig til et tegn på din hånd og til en minneskrift på din panne, forat Herrens lov skal være i din munn; for med sterk hånd førte Herren dig ut av Egypten.

10 Og du skal gjøre efter denne lov til fastsatt tid, år efter år.

11 Og når Herren har ført dig til kana'anittenes land, således som han tilsvor dig og dine fedre, og gir dig det,

12 da skal du overgi til Herren alt det som åpner morsliv; alt som åpner morsliv, som faller av det fe du har, hvis det er av hankjønn, hører det Herren til.

13 Og alt som åpner morsliv blandt asen, skal du løse med et stykke småfe; men hvis du ikke løser det, skal du bryte nakken på det; og alt førstefødt av mennesker, blandt dine sønner, skal du løse.

14 Og når din sønn siden spør dig og sier: Hvad betyr dette? da skal du svare ham: Med sterk hånd førte Herren oss ut av Egypten, av trælehuset.

15 For dengang da Farao satte sig hårdt imot å la oss fare, da slo Herren ihjel alt førstefødt i Egyptens land, både folk og fe; derfor ofrer jeg Herren alt det som åpner morsliv, det som er av hankjønn, og alle førstefødte blandt mine sønner løser jeg.

16 Og det skal være til et tegn på din hånd og til en minneseddel på din panne; for med sterk hånd førte Herren oss ut av Egypten.

17 Da nu Farao lot folket fare, da førte Gud dem ikke på veien til filistrenes land, skjønt den var den nærmeste; for Gud sa: Folket kunde angre det når de ser krig for sig, og så vende tilbake til Egypten.

18 Men Gud lot folket ta omveien gjennem ørkenen mot det øde Hav. Og Israels barn drog fullt rustet ut av Egyptens land.

19 Og Moses tok Josefs ben med sig; for Josef hadde tatt en ed av Israels barn og sagt: Gud skal visselig se til eder, og da skal I føre mine ben med eder op herfra.

20 Så brøt de op fra Sukkot og slo leir i Etam ved grensen av ørkenen.

21 Og Herren gikk foran dem, om dagen i en skystøtte for å lede dem på veien og om natten i en ildstøtte for å lyse for dem, så de kunde dra frem både dag og natt.

22 Skystøtten vek ikke fra folket om dagen, ikke heller ildstøtten om natten.

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Arcana Coelestia 8038, 8039, 8040, 8041, 8042, 8043, 8044, ...


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Arcana Coelestia 352, 2342, 2913, 2916, 3325, 4925, 7989

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4 Mosebok 3:13, 9:15, 10:34, 14:14, 18:15, 33:6

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