Izlazak 18

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1 A Jotor sveštenik madijanski, tast Mojsijev, ču sve što učini Gospod Mojsiju i Izrailju narodu svom, kako izvede Gospod Izrailja iz Misira;

2 I uze, Jotor tast Mojsijev, Seforu ženu Mojsijevu, koju beše poslao natrag,

3 I dva sina njena, od kojih jednom beše ime Girsam, jer reče: Tuđin sam u zemlji tuđoj,

4 A drugom beše ime Elijezer, jer, reče, Bog oca mog bi mi u pomoći i ote me od mača Faraonovog.

5 I pođe Jotor, tast Mojsijev, sa sinovima njegovim i sa ženom njegovom k Mojsiju u pustinju, gde beše u logoru pod gorom Božijom.

6 I poruči Mojsiju: Ja tast tvoj Jotor idem k tebi i žena tvoja i oba sina njena s njom.

7 I Mojsije izađe na susret tastu svom i pokloni mu se i celiva ga; i upitaše se za zdravlje, pa uđoše pod šator njegov.

8 I pripovedi Mojsije tastu svom sve što učini Gospod Faraonu i Misircima radi Izrailja, i sve nevolje, koje ih nalaziše putem, i kako ih izbavi Gospod.

9 I radovaše se Jotor svemu dobru što učini Gospod Izrailju izbavivši ga iz ruke misirske;

10 I reče Jotor: Blagosloven da je Gospod, koji vas izbavi iz ruke misirske, i iz ruke Faraonove, koji izbavi narod iz ropstva misirskog.

11 Sad vidim da je Gospod veći od svih bogova, jer čim se ponošahu onim ih samim nadvisi.

12 I uze Jotor, tast Mojsijev i prinese Bogu žrtvu paljenicu i prinos; i dođe Aron i sve starešine izrailjske, i jedoše s tastom Mojsijevim pred Bogom.

13 A sutradan sede Mojsije da sudi narodu; i stajaše narod pred Mojsijem od jutra do večera.

14 A tast Mojsijev gledajući sve šta radi s narodom, reče: Šta to radiš s narodom? Zašto sediš sam, a sav narod stoji pred tobom od jutra do večera.

15 A Mojsije reče tastu svom: Jer dolazi narod k meni da pita Boga.

16 Kad imaju šta među sobom, dolaze k meni, te im sudim i kazujem naredbe Božje i zakone Njegove.

17 A tast Mojsijev reče mu: Nije dobro šta radiš.

18 Umorićeš se i ti i narod koji je s tobom; jer je to teško za tebe, nećeš moći sam vršiti.

19 Nego poslušaj mene; ja ću te svetovati, i Bog će biti s tobom; ti budi pred Bogom za narod, i stvari njihove javljaj Bogu;

20 I uči ih naredbama i zakonima Njegovim, i pokazuj im put kojim će ići i šta će raditi.

21 A iz svega naroda izaberi ljude poštene, koji se boje Boga, ljude pravedne, koji mrze na mito, pa ih postavi nad njima za poglavare, hiljadnike, stotinike, pedesetnike i desetnike;

22 Oni neka sude narodu u svako doba; pa svaku stvar veliku neka javljaju tebi, a svaku stvar malu neka raspravljaju sami; tako će ti biti lakše, kad i oni stanu nositi teret s tobom.

23 Ako to učiniš, i Bog ti zapovedi, možeš se održati, i sav će narod doći mirno na svoje mesto.

24 I Mojsije posluša tasta svog, i učini sve što reče.

25 I izabra Mojsije iz svega Izrailja ljude poštene, i postavi ih za poglavare nad narodom, hiljadnike, stotnike, pedesetnike i desetnike.

26 Koji suđahu narodu u svako doba, a stvari teške javljahu Mojsiju, a male stvari raspravljahu sami.

27 Posle otpusti Mojsije tasta svog, koji se vrati u svoju zemlju.

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