2 Mosebok 2

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1 Och en man av Levis hus gick åstad och tog till hustru Levis dotter.

2 Och hustrun blev havande och födde en son. Och hon såg att det var ett vackert barn och dolde honom i tre månader.

3 Men när hon icke längre kunde dölja honom, tog hon en kista av rör, beströk den med jordbeck och tjära och lade barnet däri och satte den så i vassen vid stranden av Nilfloden.

4 Och hans syster ställde sig ett stycke därifrån, för att se huru det skulle gå med honom.

5 Och Faraos dotter kom ned till floden för att bada, och hennes tärnor gingo utmed floden. När hon nu fick se kistan i vassen, sände hon sin tjänarinna dit och lät hämta den till sig.

6 Och när hon öppnade den, fick hon se barnet och såg att det var en gosse, och han grät. Då ömkade hon sig över honom och sade: »Detta är ett av de hebreiska barnen.»

7 Men hans syster frågade Faraos dotter: »Vill du att jag skall gå och kalla hit till dig en hebreisk amma som kan amma upp barnet åt dig?»

8 Faraos dotter svarade henne: »Ja, gå.» Då gick flickan och kallade dit barnets moder.

9 Och Faraos dotter sade till henne: »Tag detta barn med dig, och amma upp det åt mig, så vill jag giva dig lön därför.» Och kvinnan tog barnet och ammade upp det.

10 När sedan gossen hade vuxit upp; förde hon honom till Faraos dotter, och denna upptog honom såsom sin son och gav honom namnet Mose, »ty», sade hon, »ur vattnet har jag dragit upp honom».

11 På den tiden hände sig att Mose, sedan han hade blivit stor, gick ut till sina bröder och såg på deras trälarbete. Och han fick se att en egyptisk man slog en hebreisk man, en av hans bröder.

12 då vände han sig åt alla sidor, och när han såg att ingen annan människa fanns där, slog han ihjäl egyptiern och gömde honom i sanden.

13 Dagen därefter gick han åter ut och fick då se två hebreiska män träta med varandra. Då sade han till den som gjorde orätt: »Skall du slå din landsman?»

14 Han svarade: »Vem har satt dig till hövding och domare över oss? Vill du dräpa mig, såsom du dräpte egyptiern?» Då blev Mose förskräckt och tänkte: »Så har då saken blivit känd

15 Också fick Farao höra om denna sak och ville dräpa Mose. Men Mose flydde bort undan Farao; och han stannade i Midjans land; där satte han sig vid en brunn.

16 Och prästen i Midjan hade sju döttrar. Dessa kommo nu för att hämta upp vatten och skulle fylla hoarna för att vattna sin faders får.

17 Då kommo herdarna och ville driva bort dem; men Mose stod upp och hjälpte dem och vattnade deras får.

18 När de sedan kommo hem till sin fader eguel, sade han: »Varför kommen I så snart hem i dag

19 De svarade: »En egyptisk man hjälpte oss mot herdarna; därtill hämtade han upp vatten åt oss och vattnade fåren.»

20 Då sade han till sina döttrar: »Var är han då? Varför läten I mannen bliva kvar där? Inbjuden honom att komma och äta med oss».

21 Och Mose beslöt sig för att stanna hos mannen, och denne gav åt Mose sin dotter Sippora till hustru.

22 Hon födde en son, och han gav honom namnet Gersom, »ty», sade han, »jag är en främling i ett land som icke är mitt».

23 Så förflöt en lång tid, och därunder dog konungen i Egypten. Men Israels barn suckade över sin träldom och klagade; och deras rop över träldomen steg upp till Gud.

24 Och Gud hörde deras jämmer, och Gud tänkte på sitt förbund med Abraham, Isak och Jakob.

25 Och Gud såg till Israels barn, och Gud lät sig vårda om dem.

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man
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hus
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dotter
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blev
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havande
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födde
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Son
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barn
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tre
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syster
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ned
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bada
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sände
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tjänarinna
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hebreiska
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kalla
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hebreisk
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amma
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moder
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till
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bröder
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slog
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sanden
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två
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slå
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känd
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höra
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brunn
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vatten
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fader
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dag
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Lång
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