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1 Foi-se um homem da casa de Levi e casou com uma filha de Levi.

2 A mulher concebeu e deu à luz um filho; e, vendo que ele era formoso, escondeu-o três meses.

3 Não podendo, porém, escondê-lo por mais tempo, tomou para ele uma arca de juncos, e a revestiu de betume e pez; e, pondo nela o menino, colocou-a entre os juncos a margem do rio.

4 E sua irmã postou-se de longe, para saber o que lhe aconteceria.

5 A filha de Faraó desceu para banhar-se no rio, e as suas criadas passeavam à beira do rio. Vendo ela a arca no meio os juncos, mandou a sua criada buscá-la.

6 E abrindo-a, viu a criança, e eis que o menino chorava; então ela teve compaixão dele, e disse: Este é um dos filhos dos hebreus.

7 Então a irmã do menino perguntou à filha de Faraó: Queres que eu te vá chamar uma ama dentre as hebréias, para que crie este menino para ti?

8 Respondeu-lhe a filha de Faraó: Vai. Foi, pois, a moça e chamou a mãe do menino.

9 Disse-lhe a filha de Faraó: Leva este menino, e cria-mo; eu te darei o teu salário. E a mulher tomou o menino e o criou.

10 Quando, pois, o menino era já grande, ela o trouxe à filha de Faraó, a qual o adotou; e lhe chamou Moisés, dizendo: Porque das águas o tirei.

11 Ora, aconteceu naqueles dias que, sendo Moisés já homem, saiu a ter com seus irmãos e atentou para as suas cargas; e viu um egípcio que feria a um hebreu dentre, seus irmãos.

12 Olhou para um lado e para outro, e vendo que não havia ninguém ali, matou o egipcio e escondeu-o na areia.

13 Tornou a sair no dia seguinte, e eis que dois hebreus contendiam; e perguntou ao que fazia a injustiça: Por que feres a teu próximo?

14 Respondeu ele: Quem te constituiu a ti príncipe e juiz sobre nós? Pensas tu matar-me, como mataste o egípcio? Temeu, pois, Moisés e disse: Certamente o negócio já foi descoberto.

15 E quando Faraó soube disso, procurou matar a Moisés. Este, porém, fugiu da presença de Faraó, e foi habitar na terra de Midiã; e sentou-se junto a um poço.

16 O sacerdote de Midiã tinha sete filhas, as quais vieram tirar água, e encheram os tanques para dar de beber ao rebanho de seu pai.

17 Então vieram os pastores, e as expulsaram dali; Moisés, porém, levantou-se e as defendeu, e deu de beber ao rebanho delas.

18 Quando elas voltaram a Reuel, seu pai, este lhes perguntou: como é que hoje voltastes tão cedo?

19 Responderam elas: um egípcio nos livrou da mão dos pastores; e ainda tirou água para nós e deu de beber ao rebanho.

20 E ele perguntou a suas filhas: Onde está ele; por que deixastes lá o homem? chamai-o para que coma pão.

21 Então Moisés concordou em marar com aquele homem, o qual lhe deu sua filha Zípora.

22 E ela deu à luz um filho, a quem ele chamou Gérson, porque disse: Peregrino sou em terra estrangeira.

23 No decorrer de muitos dias, morreu o rei do Egito; e os filhos de Israel gemiam debaixo da servidão; pelo que clamaram, e subiu a Deus o seu clamor por causa dessa servidão.

24 Então Deus, ouvindo-lhes os gemidos, lembrou-se do seu pacto com Abraão, com Isaque e com Jacó.

25 E atentou Deus para os filhos de Israel; e Deus os conheceu.

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três
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juncos
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faraó
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desceu
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criada
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disse
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hebreus
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mãe
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das águas
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areia
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rei
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egito
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