Êxodo 19

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1 No terceiro mês depois que os filhos de Israel haviam saído da terra do Egito, no mesmo dia chegaram ao deserto de Sinai.

2 Tendo partido de Refidim, entraram no deserto de Sinai, onde se acamparam; Israel, pois, ali acampou-se em frente do monte.

3 Então subiu Moisés a Deus, e do monte o Senhor o chamou, dizendo: Assim falarás à casa de Jacó, e anunciarás aos filhos de Israel:

4 Vós tendes visto o que fiz: aos egípcios, como vos levei sobre asas de águias, e vos trouxe a mim.

5 Agora, pois, se atentamente ouvirdes a minha voz e guardardes o meu pacto, então sereis a minha possessão peculiar dentre todos os povos, porque minha é toda a terra;

6 e vós sereis para mim reino sacerdotal e nação santa. São estas as palavras que falarás aos filhos de Israel.

7 Veio, pois, Moisés e, tendo convocado os anciãos do povo, expôs diante deles todas estas palavras, que o Senhor lhe tinha ordenado.

8 Ao que todo o povo respondeu a uma voz: Tudo o que o Senhor tem falado, faremos. E relatou Moisés ao Senhor as palavras do povo.

9 Então disse o Senhor a Moisés: Eis que eu virei a ti em uma nuvem espessa, para que o povo ouça, quando eu falar contigo, e também para que sempre te creia. Porque Moisés tinha anunciado as palavras do seu povo ao Senhor.

10 Disse mais o Senhor a Moisés: Vai ao povo, e santifica-os hoje e amanhã; lavem eles os seus vestidos,

11 e estejam prontos para o terceiro dia; porquanto no terceiro dia descerá o Senhor diante dos olhos de todo o povo sobre o monte Sinai.

12 Também marcarás limites ao povo em redor, dizendo: Guardai-vos, não subais ao monte, nem toqueis o seu termo; todo aquele que tocar o monte será morto.

13 Mão alguma tocará naquele que o fizer, mas ele será apedrejado ou asseteado; quer seja animal, quer seja homem, não viverá. Quando soar a buzina longamente, subirão eles até o pé do monte.

14 Então Moisés desceu do monte ao povo, e santificou o povo; e lavaram os seus vestidos.

15 E disse ele ao povo: Estai prontos para o terceiro dia; e não vos chegueis a mulher.

16 Ao terceiro dia, ao amanhecer, houve trovões, relâmpagos, e uma nuvem espessa sobre o monte; e ouviu-se um sonido de buzina mui forte, de maneira que todo o povo que estava no arraial estremeceu.

17 E Moisés levou o povo fora do arraial ao encontro de Deus; e puseram-se ao pé do monte.

18 Nisso todo o monte Sinai fumegava, porque o Senhor descera sobre ele em fogo; e a fumaça subiu como a fumaça de uma fornalha, e todo o monte tremia fortemente.

19 E, crescendo o sonido da buzina cada vez mais, Moisés falava, e Deus lhe respondia por uma voz.

20 E, tendo o Senhor descido sobre o monte Sinai, sobre o cume do monte, chamou a Moisés ao cume do monte; e Moisés subiu.

21 Então disse o Senhor a Moisés: Desce, adverte ao povo, para não suceder que traspasse os limites até o Senhor, a fim de ver, e muitos deles pereçam.

22 Ora, santifiquem-se também os sacerdotes, que se chegam ao Senhor, para que o Senhor não se lance sobre eles.

23 Respondeu Moisés ao Senhor: O povo não poderá subir ao monte Sinai, porque tu nos tens advertido, dizendo: Marca limites ao redor do monte, e santifica-o.

24 Ao que lhe disse o Senhor: Vai, desce; depois subirás tu, e Arão contigo; os sacerdotes, porém, e o povo não traspassem os limites para subir ao Senhor, para que ele não se lance sobre eles.

25 Então Moisés desceu ao povo, e disse-lhes isso.

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