Éxodo 2

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Reina Valera (1909)         

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1 UN varón de la familia de Leví fué, y tomó por mujer una hija de Leví:

2 La cual concibió, y parió un hijo: y viéndolo que era hermoso, túvole escondido tres meses.

3 Pero no pudiendo ocultarle más tiempo, tomó una arquilla de juncos, y calafateóla con pez y betún, y colocó en ella al niño, y púsolo en un carrizal á la orilla del río:

4 Y paróse una hermana suya á lo lejos, para ver lo que le acontecería.

5 Y la hija de Faraón descendió á lavarse al río, y paseándose sus doncellas por la ribera del río, vió ella la arquilla en el carrizal, y envió una criada suya á que la tomase.

6 Y como la abrió, vió al niño; y he aquí que el niño lloraba. Y teniendo compasión de él, dijo: De los niños de los Hebreos es éste.

7 Entonces su hermana dijo á la hija de Faraón: ¿Iré á llamarte un ama de las Hebreas, para que te críe este niño?

8 Y la hija de Faraón respondió: Ve. Entonces fué la doncella, y llamó á la madre del niño;

9 A la cual dijo la hija de Faraón: Lleva este niño, y críamelo, y yo te lo pagaré. Y la mujer tomó al niño, y criólo.

10 Y como creció el niño, ella lo trajo á la hija de Faraón, la cual lo prohijó, y púsole por nombre Moisés, diciendo: Porque de las aguas lo saqué.

11 Y en aquellos días acaeció que, crecido ya Moisés, salió á sus hermanos, y vió sus cargas: y observó á un Egipcio que hería á uno de los Hebreos, sus hermanos.

12 Y miró á todas partes, y viendo que no parecía nadie, mató al Egipcio, y escondiólo en la arena.

13 Y salió al día siguiente, y viendo á dos Hebreos que reñían, dijo al que hacía la injuria: ¿Por qué hieres á tu prójimo?

14 Y él respondió: ¿Quién te ha puesto á ti por príncipe y juez sobre nosotros? ¿piensas matarme como mataste al Egipcio? Entonces Moisés tuvo miedo, y dijo: Ciertamente esta cosa es descubierta.

15 Y oyendo Faraón este negocio, procuró matar á Moisés: mas Moisés huyó de delante de Faraón, y habitó en la tierra de Madián; y sentóse junto á un pozo.

16 Tenía el sacerdote de Madián siete hijas, las cuales vinieron á sacar agua, para llenar las pilas y dar de beber á las ovejas de su padre.

17 Mas los pastores vinieron, y echáronlas: Entonces Moisés se levantó y defendiólas, y abrevó sus ovejas.

18 Y volviendo ellas á Ragüel su padre, díjoles él: ¿Por qué habéis hoy venido tan presto?

19 Y ellas respondieron: Un varón Egipcio nos defendió de mano de los pastores, y también nos sacó el agua, y abrevó las ovejas.

20 Y dijo á sus hijas: ¿Y dónde está? ¿por qué habéis dejado ese hombre? llamadle para que coma pan.

21 Y Moisés acordó en morar con aquel varón; y él dió á Moisés á su hija Séphora:

22 La cual le parió un hijo, y él le puso por nombre Gersom: porque dijo: Peregrino soy en tierra ajena.

23 Y aconteció que después de muchos días murió el rey de Egipto, y los hijos de Israel suspiraron á causa de la servidumbre, y clamaron: y subió á Dios el clamor de ellos con motivo de su servidumbre.

24 Y oyó Dios el gemido de ellos, y acordóse de su pacto con Abraham, Isaac y Jacob.

25 Y miró Dios á los hijos de Israel, y reconociólos Dios.

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ver
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Faraón
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To open,' as in Revelation 9, signifies communication and conjunction.

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madre
In general, mothers in the Bible represent the Lord's church on earth, or the church among those who know and follow the Lord. In some...

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‘To grow’ signifies to be perfected.

mujer
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niño
A child is a young boy or girl in the care of parents, older than a suckling or an infant, but not yet an adolescent....

nombre
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Pozo
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Siete
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Hijas
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llenar
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Jacob
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