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1 Estos son los nombres de los hijos de Israel, que entraron en Egipto con Jacob; cada uno entró con su familia.

2 Rubén, Simeón, Leví y Judá;

3 Isacar, Zabulón y Benjamín;

4 Dan y Neftalí, Gad y Aser.

5 Y todas las almas de los que salieron del muslo de Jacob, fueron setenta. Y José estaba en Egipto.

6 Y murió José, y todos sus hermanos, y toda aquella generación.

7 Y los hijos de Israel crecieron, y se multiplicaron, y fueron aumentados y fortalecidos en extremo; y se llenó la tierra de ellos.

8 Se levantó entretanto un nuevo rey sobre Egipto, que no conocía a José; el cual dijo a su pueblo:

9 He aquí, el pueblo de los hijos de Israel es mayor y más fuerte que nosotros.

10 Ahora, pues, seamos sabios para con él, para que no se multiplique, y acontezca que viniendo guerra, él también se junte con nuestros enemigos, y pelee contra nosotros, y se vaya de la tierra.

11 Entonces pusieron sobre él comisarios de tributos que los molestasen con sus cargas; y edificaron al Faraón las ciudades de los bastimentos: Pitón y Ramesés.

12 Pero cuanto más lo molestaban, tanto más se multiplicaban y crecían; tanto que ellos se fastidiaban de los hijos de Israel.

13 Y los egipcios hicieron servir a los hijos de Israel con dureza;

14 y amargaron su vida con dura servidumbre, en hacer barro y ladrillo, y en toda labor del campo, y en todo su servicio, al cual los obligaban con dureza.

15 Y habló el rey de Egipto a las parteras de las hebreas, una de las cuales se llamaba Sifra, y otra Fúa, y les dijo:

16 Cuando asistáis a las hebreas, y veáis el sexo, si fuere hijo, matadlo; y si fuere hija, entonces viva.

17 Mas las parteras temieron a Dios, y no hicieron como les mandó el rey de Egipto, y daban la vida a los niños.

18 Y el rey de Egipto hizo llamar a las parteras y les dijo: ¿Por qué habéis hecho esto, que habéis dado la vida a los niños?

19 Y las parteras respondieron al Faraón: Porque las mujeres hebreas no son como las egipcias; porque son robustas, y dan a luz antes que la partera venga a ellas.

20 Y Dios hizo bien a las parteras; y el pueblo se multiplicó, y se fortaleció en gran manera.

21 Y por haber las parteras temido a Dios, él les hizo casas.

22 Entonces el Faraón mandó a todo su pueblo, diciendo: Echad en el río todo hijo que naciere, y a toda hija dad la vida.

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Gad
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almas
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muslo
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campo
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