2 Mosebok 34

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Norwegian: Det Norsk Bibelselskap (1930)         

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1 Og Herren sa til Moses: Hugg dig ut to stentavler likesom de første! Så vil jeg skrive på tavlene de ord som stod på de første tavler, de som du slo i stykker.

2 Hold dig så rede til imorgen tidlig! Da skal du stige op på Sinai berg og vente på mig der på toppen av fjellet.

3 Ingen må gå med dig op, og ingen må vise sig på hele fjellet, heller ikke må får eller okser beite under dette fjell.

4 Så hugg Moses ut to stentavler likesom de første, og han stod tidlig op om morgenen og steg op på Sinai berg, som Herren hadde befalt ham, og hadde de to stentavler i sin hånd.

5 Og Herren steg ned i skyen og stilte sig der hos ham og ropte ut Herrens navn.

6 Og Herren gikk forbi hans ansikt og ropte: Herren, Herren er en barmhjertig og nådig Gud, langmodig og rik på miskunnhet og sannhet;

7 han bevarer miskunnhet imot tusen ledd, han forlater misgjerning og overtredelse og synd; men han lar ikke den skyldige ustraffet, han hjemsøker fedres misgjerning på barn og på barnebarn, på dem i tredje og på dem i fjerde ledd.

8 Da bøide Moses sig hastig til jorden og tilbad.

9 Og han sa: Herre, dersom jeg har funnet nåde for dine øine, så gå med oss, Herre! For vel er det et hårdnakket folk; men du vil jo forlate oss vår misgjerning og vår synd og gjøre oss til din eiendom.

10 Han svarte: Se, jeg vil gjøre en pakt: For hele ditt folks øine vil jeg gjøre underfulle ting, ting som det ikke har vært make til på hele jorden eller hos noget folkeslag; og hele det folk som du lever blandt, skal se Herrens gjerning, hvor forferdelig den er, den som jeg vil gjøre for dig.

11 Hold du de bud jeg gir dig idag! Se, jeg vil jage amorittene og kana'anittene og hetittene og ferisittene og hevittene og jebusittene bort for dig.

12 Ta dig i vare så du ikke gjør nogen pakt med innbyggerne i det land du kommer til, forat de ikke skal bli til en snare blandt eder.

13 I skal rive ned deres altere, og I skal slå i stykker deres billedstøtter, og I skal hugge ned deres Astarte-billeder*. / {* et slags avgudsbilleder.}

14 Du skal ikke tilbede nogen fremmed gud; for Herren heter Nidkjær, en nidkjær Gud er han.

15 Ta dig i vare så du ikke gjør nogen pakt med landets innbyggere! For de vil drive avgudsdyrkelse og ofre til sine guder, og når de da innbyr dig, så vil du ete av deres offer.

16 Og du vil ta hustruer blandt deres døtre til dine sønner, og deres døtre vil drive avgudsdyrkelse med sine guder og få dine sønner til å gjøre det samme.

17 Støpte gudebilleder skal du ikke gjøre dig.

18 De usyrede brøds høitid skal du holde; i syv dager skal du ete usyret brød, som jeg har befalt dig, på den fastsatte tid i måneden abib; for i måneden abib drog du ut av Egypten.

19 Alt det som åpner morsliv, hører mig til, alt ditt fe av hankjønn som åpner morsliv, enten det er storfe eller småfe.

20 Og det som åpner morsliv av asener, skal du løse med et stykke småfe, men dersom du ikke løser det, da skal du bryte nakken på det. Hver førstefødt blandt dine sønner skal du løse, og ingen skal vise sig tomhendt for mitt åsyn.

21 Seks dager skal du arbeide, og på den syvende dag skal du hvile; om det så er i våronnen eller høstonnen, så skal du holde hviledagen.

22 Ukenes høitid* skal du holde når du får førstegrøden av hvetehøsten, og innsamlingens høitid** når året er omme. / {* d.e. pinsen, 7 uker efter påske, 3MO 23, 15. 5MO 16, 9.} / {** d.e. løvsalenes høitid, 3MO 23, 34 fg.}

23 Tre ganger om året skal alle menn blandt eder vise sig for Herrens, Israels Guds åsyn.

24 For jeg vil jage hedningene bort for dig og utvide ditt land, og ingen skal attrå ditt land mens du går op for å vise dig for Herren din Guds åsyn tre ganger om året.

25 Du skal ikke ofre blodet av mitt slaktoffer, så lenge det er syret brød hos dig, og påskehøitidens slaktoffer skal ikke bli liggende natten over til om morgenen.

26 Det første av din jords førstegrøde skal du bære til Herren din Guds hus. Du skal ikke koke et kje i dets mors melk.

27 Og Herren sa til Moses: Skriv nu du op disse ord! For efter disse ord har jeg gjort en pakt med dig og med Israel.

28 Og han var der hos Herren firti dager og firti netter uten å ete brød og uten å drikke vann; og han* skrev på tavlene paktens ord, de ti ord. / {* Herren.}

29 Så gikk Moses ned fra Sinai berg, og da han gikk ned fra fjellet, hadde han vidnesbyrdets to tavler i sin hånd; men Moses visste ikke at hans ansikts hud skinte fordi han* hadde talt med ham. / {* Herren.}

30 Og Aron og alle Israels barn så at huden på Moses' ansikt skinte; og de fryktet for å komme nær til ham.

31 Da kalte Moses på dem, og Aron og alle menighetens høvdinger vendte tilbake til ham, og Moses talte til dem.

32 Derefter gikk alle Israels barn nær til, og han bar frem til dem alle de bud som Herren hadde gitt ham på Sinai berg.

33 Og da Moses holdt op å tale til dem, la han et dekke over sitt ansikt.

34 Men når Moses gikk inn for Herrens åsyn for å tale med ham, tok han dekket av, til han gikk ut igjen; og når han kom ut, talte han til Israels barn det som var blitt sagt ham.

35 Og Israels barn så at huden på Moses' ansikt skinte; og Moses la atter dekket over sitt ansikt, til han gikk inn igjen for å tale med ham.

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1 Mosebok 15:18, 21, 24:3, 27

2 Mosebok 4:31, 12:10, 15, 13:2, 3, 12, 13, 15, 19:3, 5, 12, 13, 20:4, 5, 6, 9, 10, 22:19, 23:14, 24, 27, 29, 32, 24:4, 12, 18, 31:18, 32:9, 15, 19, 33:12, 13, 15, 16, 19, 34:1, 28, 35:1

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4 Mosebok 12:8, 25:1, 2, 33:52

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