Êxodo 15

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1 Então cantaram Moisés e os filhos de Israel este cântico ao Senhor, dizendo: Cantarei ao Senhor, porque gloriosamente triunfou; lançou no mar o cavalo e o seu cavaleiro.

2 O Senhor é a minha força, e o meu cântico; ele se tem tornado a minha salvação; é ele o meu Deus, portanto o louvarei; é o Deus de meu pai, por isso o exaltarei.

3 O Senhor é homem de guerra; Jeová é o seu nome.

4 Lançou no mar os carros de Faraó e o seu exército; os seus escolhidos capitães foram submersos no Mar Vermelho.

5 Os abismos os cobriram; desceram às profundezas como pedra.

6 A tua destra, ó Senhor, é gloriosa em poder; a tua destra, ó Senhor, destroça o inimigo.

7 Na grandeza da tua excelência derrubas os que se levantam contra ti; envias o teu furor, que os devora como restolho.

8 Ao sopro dos teus narizes amontoaram-se as águas, as correntes pararam como montão; os abismos coalharam-se no coração do mar.

9 O inimigo dizia: Perseguirei, alcançarei, repartirei os despojos; deles se satisfará o meu desejo; arrancarei a minha espada, a minha mão os destruirá.

10 Sopraste com o teu vento, e o mar os cobriu; afundaram-se como chumbo em grandes aguas.

11 Quem entre os deuses é como tu, ó Senhor? a quem é como tu poderoso em santidade, admirável em louvores, operando maravilhas?

12 Estendeste a mão direita, e a terra os tragou.

13 Na tua beneficência guiaste o povo que remiste; na tua força o conduziste à tua santa habitação.

14 Os povos ouviram e estremeceram; dores apoderaram-se dos a habitantes da Filístia.

15 Então os príncipes de Edom se pasmaram; dos poderosos de Moabe apoderou-se um tremor; derreteram-se todos os habitantes de Canaã.

16 Sobre eles caiu medo, e pavor; pela grandeza do teu braço emudeceram como uma pedra, até que o teu povo passasse, ó Senhor, até que passasse este povo que adquiriste.

17 Tu os introduzirás, e os plantarás no monte da tua herança, no lugar que tu, ó Senhor, aparelhaste para a tua habitação, no santuário, ó Senhor, que as tuas mãos estabeleceram.

18 O Senhor reinará eterna e perpetuamente.

19 Porque os cavalos de Faraó, com os seus carros e com os seus cavaleiros, entraram no mar, e o Senhor fez tornar as águas do mar sobre eles, mas os filhos de Israel passaram em seco pelo meio do mar.

20 Então Miriã, a profetisa, irmã de Arão, tomou na mão um tamboril, e todas as mulheres saíram atrás dela com tamboris, e com danças.

21 E Miriã lhes respondia: Cantai ao Senhor, porque gloriosamente triunfou; lançou no mar o cavalo com o seu cavaleiro.

22 Depois Moisés fez partir a Israel do Mar Vermelho, e saíram para o deserto de Sur; caminharam três dias no deserto, e não acharam água.

23 E chegaram a Mara, mas não podiam beber das suas águas, porque eram amargas; por isso chamou-se o lugar Mara.

24 E o povo murmurou contra Moisés, dizendo: Que havemos de beber?

25 Então clamou Moisés ao Senhor, e o Senhor mostrou-lhe uma árvore, e Moisés lançou-a nas águas, as quais se tornaram doces. Ali Deus lhes deu um estatuto e uma ordenança, e ali os provou,

26 dizendo: Se ouvires atentamente a voz do Senhor teu Deus, e fizeres o que é reto diante de seus olhos, e inclinares os ouvidos aos seus mandamentos, e guardares todos os seus estatutos, sobre ti não enviarei nenhuma das enfermidades que enviei sobre os egípcios; porque eu sou o Senhor que te sara.

27 Então vieram a Elim, onde havia doze fontes de água e setenta palmeiras; e ali, junto das águas, acamparam.

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