Izlazak 5

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1 A posle izađoše Mojsije i Aron pred Faraona, i rekoše mu: Ovako veli Gospod Bog Izrailjev: Pusti narod moj da mi praznuju praznik u pustinji.

2 Ali Faraon reče: Ko je Gospod da poslušam glas njegov i pustim Izrailja? Ne znam Gospoda, niti ću pustiti Izrailja.

3 A oni rekoše: Bog jevrejski srete nas; molimo ti se da otidemo tri dana hoda u pustinju da prinesemo žrtvu Gospodu Bogu svom, da ne pošalje na nas pomor ili mač.

4 A car misirski reče im: Mojsije i Arone, zašto odvlačite narod od rada njegovog? Idite na svoj posao.

5 Još reče Faraon: Eto, naroda je mnogo u zemlji; a vi još hoćete da ostavlja svoje poslove.

6 I u isti dan zapovedi Faraon nastojnicima nad narodom i upraviteljima njegovim, i reče:

7 Od sad nemojte davati narodu plevu za opeke kao do sada, neka idu sami i kupe sebi plevu.

8 A koliko su opeka do sad načinjali toliko izgonite i od sad, niti šta smanjite; jer besposliče, i zato viču govoreći: Da idemo da prinesemo žrtvu Bogu svom.

9 Valja navaliti poslove na te ljude, pa će raditi i neće slušati lažljive reči.

10 I izašavši nastojnici narodni i upravitelji rekoše narodu govoreći: Tako veli Faraon: Ja vam neću davati plevu.

11 Idite sami i kupite sebi plevu gde nađete, a od posla vam se neće popustiti ništa.

12 I raziđe se narod po svoj zemlji misirskoj da čupa strnjiku mesto pleve.

13 A nastojnici navaljivahu govoreći: Svršujte poslove svoje koliko dolazi na dan, kao kad je bilo pleve.

14 I upravitelji sinova Izrailjevih, koje postaviše nad njima nastojnici Faraonovi, dopadahu boja, i govoraše im se: Zašto ni juče ni danas ne načiniste onoliko opeka koliko vam je određeno, kao pre?

15 I otidoše upravitelji sinova Izrailjevih, i povikaše k Faraonu govoreći: Zašto činiš tako slugama svojim?

16 Pleva se ne daje slugama tvojim, pa opet kažu nam: Gradite opeke. I evo biju sluge tvoje, a kriv je tvoj narod.

17 A on reče: Besposličite, besposličite, i zato govorite: Da idemo da prinesemo žrtvu Gospodu.

18 Nego idite, radite; pleva vam se neće davati, a opeke da dajete na broj.

19 I upravitelji sinova Izrailjevih videše da je zlo po njih što im se kaza: Da ne bude opeka manje na dan.

20 I otišavši od Faraona sretoše Mojsija i Arona, koji iziđoše pred njih.

21 Pa im rekoše: Gospod neka vas vidi i sudi, što nas omraziste Faraonu i slugama njegovim, i dadoste im mač u ruku da nas pobiju.

22 I Mojsije se vrati ka Gospodu i reče: Gospode, zašto si navukao to zlo na narod? Zašto si me poslao?

23 Jer otkako iziđoh pred Faraona i progovorih u tvoje ime, još gore postupa s narodom ovim, a Ti ne izbavi narod svoj.

  
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