2 Mosebok 7

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1 Da sa Herren til Moses: Se, jeg har satt dig til en Gud for Farao, og Aron, din bror, skal være din profet.

2 Du skal tale alt det jeg byder dig; men Aron, din bror, skal tale til Farao, og han skal la Israels barn fare ut av sitt land.

3 Men jeg vil forherde Faraos hjerte, og jeg vil gjøre mange tegn og under i Egyptens land.

4 Farao skal ikke høre på eder; men jeg vil legge min hånd på Egypten og føre mine hærer, mitt folk, Israels barn, ut av Egyptens land ved store straffedommer.

5 Og egypterne skal kjenne at jeg er Herren, når jeg rekker ut min hånd over Egypten og fører Israels barn ut fra dem.

6 Og Moses og Aron gjorde dette; som Herren hadde pålagt dem, således gjorde de.

7 Moses var åtti år gammel, og Aron tre og åtti år, da de talte til Farao.

8 Og Herren sa til Moses og Aron:

9 Når Farao taler til eder og sier: La mig få se et under av eder, da skal du si til Aron: Ta din stav og kast den ned foran Farao! Og den skal bli til en slange.

10 Så gikk Moses og Aron inn til Farao og gjorde som Herren hadde sagt; Aron kastet sin stav ned foran Farao og hans tjenere, og den blev til en slange.

11 Da lot Farao sine vismenn og trollmenn kalle, og de, Egyptens tegnsutleggere, gjorde det samme med sine hemmelige kunster;

12 de kastet hver sin stav, og de blev til slanger; men Arons stav slukte deres staver.

13 Men Faraos hjerte blev forherdet, og han hørte ikke på dem, således som Herren hadde sagt.

14 Da sa Herren til Moses: Faraos hjerte er hårdt; han vil ikke la folket fare.

15 Gå til Farao imorgen tidlig når han går ned til elven, og still dig i hans vei på elvebredden, og staven som blev skapt om til en slange, skal du ta i hånden.

16 Og du skal si til ham: Herren, hebreernes Gud, har sendt mig til dig og sier: La mitt folk fare, så de kan tjene mig i ørkenen! Men du har like til nu ikke villet lyde.

17 Sa sier Herren: På dette skal du kjenne at jeg er Herren: Se, nu slår jeg med denne stav som jeg har i min hånd, på vannet i elven, og det skal bli til blod,

18 og fiskene i elven skal , og elven skal lukte ille, så egypterne skal vemmes ved å drikke vannet.

19 Og Herren sa til Moses: Si til Aron: Ta din stav og rekk ut din hånd over egypternes vann, over deres elver, over deres kanaler og over deres sjøer og over alle deres dammer, og de skal bli til blod, og det skal være blod i hele Egyptens land, både i trekar og i stenkar.

20 Og Moses og Aron gjorde som Herren hadde sagt; han løftet staven og slo på vannet i elven så de så på det, både Farao og hans tjenere; da blev alt vannet i elven til blod,

21 og fiskene i elven døde, og elven luktet ille, så egypterne ikke kunde drikke vannet, og det var blod i hele Egyptens land.

22 Men Egyptens tegnsutleggere gjorde det samme med sine hemmelige kunster, og Faraos hjerte blev forherdet, og han hørte ikke på dem, således som Herren hadde sagt.

23 Og Farao vendte sig om og gikk hjem til sitt hus og la heller ikke dette på hjerte.

24 Men alle egypterne gravde rundt omkring elven efter drikkevann; for de kunde ikke drikke elvevannet.

25 Så gikk det syv dager efterat Herren hadde slått elven.

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Arcana Coelestia 7264, 7265, 7266, 7267, 7268, 7269, 7270, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 503


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Arcana Coelestia 300, 1343, 2534, 2959, 3448, 3762, 4735, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 8, 379, 405, 485, 598, 862

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se
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faraos
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hjerte
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