2 Mosebok 16

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1 Så brøt de op fra Elim, og den femtende dag i den annen måned efterat de hadde draget ut av Egyptens land, kom hele Israels barns menighet til ørkenen Sin, som ligger mellem Elim og Sinai.

2 Og hele Israels barns menighet knurret mot Moses og Aron i ørkenen.

3 Og Israels barn sa til dem: Å, om vi var død for Herrens hånd i Egyptens land da vi satt ved kjøttgrytene, og da vi åt brød til vi blev mette! For I har ført oss hit ut i ørkenen for å la hele denne store folkeskare av hunger.

4 Da sa Herren til Moses: Se, jeg vil la regne ned brød fra himmelen til eder, og folket skal ut og sanke for hver dag det de trenger; således vil jeg prøve dem, om de vil følge min lov eller ikke.

5 Og på den sjette dag skal de lage til det som de har hatt med hjem, og det skal være dobbelt så meget som det de ellers sanker for hver dag.

6 Og Moses og Aron sa til alle Israels barn: Iaften skal I kjenne at det er Herren som har ført eder ut av Egyptens land,

7 og imorgen skal I få se Herrens herlighet, fordi han har hørt hvorledes I knurrer mot ham; for hvad er vi, at I knurrer mot oss?

8 sa Moses: I skal få se det når Herren iaften gir eder kjøtt å ete og imorgen brød, så I blir mette; for Herren har hørt hvorledes I knurrer og murrer mot ham; for hvad er vel vi? Det er ikke mot oss I knurrer, men mot Herren.

9 Og Moses sa til Aron: Si til hele Israels barns menighet: Kom frem for Herrens åsyn; for han har hørt hvorledes I knurrer.

10 Da så Aron talte til hele Israels barns menighet, vendte de sig mot ørkenen, og se, Herrens herlighet åpenbarte sig i skyen.

11 Og Herren talte til Moses og sa:

12 Jeg har hørt hvorledes Israels barn knurrer; tal til dem og si: Imellem de to aftenstunder* skal I få kjøtt å ete, og imorgen skal I mettes med brød, og I skal kjenne at jeg er Herren eders Gud. / {* se 2MO 12, 6.}

13 Da det nu blev aften, kom det vaktler og dekket leiren, og om morgenen var det et lag av dugg rundt omkring leiren.

14 Og da duggen gikk bort, se, da lå det utover ørkenen noget fint, kornet, fint som rim på jorden.

15 Da Israels barn så det, sa de til hverandre: Hvad er det? for de visste ikke hvad det var. Da sa Moses til dem: Det er det brød Herren har gitt eder å ete.

16 Således har Herren befalt: Sank av det efter som enhver trenger, en omer til manns efter tallet på eders husfolk; enhver skal ta for dem som er i hans telt.

17 Og Israels barn gjorde således, og de sanket, den ene meget, den andre lite.

18 Og da de målte det med omeren, hadde den som hadde sanket meget, intet tilovers, og den som hadde sanket lite, fattedes intet; enhver hadde sanket efter som han trengte.

19 Og Moses sa til dem: Ingen skal levne noget av det til om morgenen.

20 Men de lød ikke Moses, for nogen levnet noget av det til om morgenen; da vokste det makk i det, og det luktet ille. Og Moses blev vred på dem.

21 Siden sanket de det hver morgen efter som enhver trengte; men når solen brente hett, smeltet det.

22 På den sjette dag sanket de dobbelt så meget brød, to omer for hver; og alle menighetens høvdinger kom og meldte det til Moses.

23 Da sa han til dem: Det er det Herren har sagt. Imorgen er det sabbat, hellig sabbat for Herren; bak nu det I vil bake, og kok det I vil koke, men alt det som blir tilovers, skal I legge til side og gjemme til Imorgen!

24 Så lot de det ligge til om morgenen, således som Moses hadde befalt; og det luktet ikke, heller ikke var det makk i det.

25 Da sa Moses: Et det idag. For idag er det sabbat for Herren; idag finner I ikke noget på marken.

26 I seks dager skal I sanke det; men på den syvende dag er det sabbat, da skal det ikke være å finne.

27 Allikevel gikk nogen av folket ut den syvende dag for å sanke; men de fant intet.

28 Da sa Herren til Moses: Hvor lenge vil I være gjenstridige og ikke holde mine bud og mine lover?

29 Kom i hu at Herren har gitt eder sabbaten; derfor gir han eder på den sjette dag brød for to dager; bli hjemme enhver hos sig, ingen gå hjemmefra på den syvende dag!

30 Så hvilte folket på den syvende dag.

31 Og israelittene kalte det manna*; det lignet korianderfrø, det var hvitt, og det smakte som honningkake. / {* hebr. man, d.e. hvad er det?.}

32 Og Moses sa: Således har Herren befalt: Fyll en omer av det og gjem det for eders efterkommere, så de kan se det brød jeg gav eder å ete i ørkenen da jeg førte eder ut av Egyptens land.

33 sa Moses til Aron: Ta en krukke og legg i den en full omer manna, og sett den ned for Herrens åsyn til å gjemmes for eders efterkommere!

34 Som Herren hadde befalt Moses, således satte Aron den ned foran vidnesbyrdet* til å gjemmes. / {* lovens tavler.}

35 Og Israels barn åt manna i firti år, inntil de kom til bygget land; de åt manna helt til de kom til grensen av Kana'ans land.

36 En omer er tiendedelen av en efa.

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elim
Elim (Exod. 15:27) signifies a state of illustration and of affection, thus of consolation after temptation.

femtende
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dag
"Day" describes a state in which we are turned toward the Lord, and are receiving light (which is truth) and heat (which is a desire...

måned
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egyptens
In the Bible, Egypt means knowledge and the love of knowledge. In a good sense that means knowledge of truth from the Lord through the...

land
Is there any difference in meaning between “earth” and “ground”? At first it doesn’t seem so; both refer to the soil making up the land...

kom
As with common verbs in general, the meaning of “come” in the Bible is highly dependent on context – its meaning is determined largely by...

Israels
'Israel,' in Jeremiah 23:8, signifies the spiritual natural church. The children of Israel dispersed all the literal sense of the Word by falsities. 'The children...

ørkenen
'Wilderness' signifies something with little life in it, as described in the internal sense in Luke 1:80 'Wilderness' signifies somewhere there is no good because...

moses
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aron
Aaron was the brother of Moses. He symbolizes two things, one during the first part of the exodus, when he was Moses' spokesperson, and another...

barn
A child is a young boy or girl in the care of parents, older than a suckling or an infant, but not yet an adolescent....

sa
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død
Dead (Gen. 23:8) signifies night, in respect to the goodnesses and truths of faith.


Dead (Gen. 23:8) signifies night, in respect to the goodnesses and truths of faith.

hånd
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brød
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mette
'To satiate' relates to the extent of a person's will, for good or evil.

oss
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herren
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se
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himmelen
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lov
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sjette
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hørt
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gir
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kjøtt
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si
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talte
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gud
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vaktler
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dekket
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dugg
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visste
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gitt
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telt
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morgen
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smeltet
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to
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meldte
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imorgen
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sabbat
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hellig
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vil
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bake
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koke
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side
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seks
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dager
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finne
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holde
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lover
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manna
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en
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Full
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firti
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