Exodo 5

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1 At pagkatapos nito, si Moises at si Aaron ay nagsipasok, at sinabi kay Faraon, Ganito ang sabi ng Panginoon, ng Dios ng Israel, Bayaan mong ang aking bayan ay yumaon upang ipagdiwang nila ako ng isang kapistahan sa ilang.

2 At sinabi ni Faraon, Sino ang Panginoon na aking pakikinggan ang kaniyang tinig, upang pahintulutan kong yumaon ang Israel? Hindi ko nakikilala ang Panginoon at saka hindi ko pahihintulutang yumaon ang Israel.

3 At kanilang sinabi, Ang Dios ng mga Hebreo ay nakipagtagpo sa amin; pahintulutan mo nga kaming maglakbay na tatlong araw sa ilang, at maghain sa Panginoon naming Dios, baka hulugan niya kami ng salot o ng tabak.

4 At sinabi sa kanila ng hari sa Egipto, Bakit kinakalagan ninyo, Moises at Aaron, ang bayan sa kanilang mga gawain? pumaroon kayo sa mga atang sa inyo.

5 At sinabi ni Faraon, Narito, ang mga tao sa lupain ay marami na ngayon, at inyong pinapagpapahinga sila sa mga atang sa kanila.

6 At ng araw ring yaon ay nagutos si Faraon sa mga tagapagpaatag sa bayan at sa kanilang mga puno, na sinasabi,

7 Huwag na ninyong bibigyan ang bayan, ng dayami sa paggawa ng laryo, na gaya ng dati: sila ang pumaroon at magtipon ng dayami sa ganang kanilang sarili.

8 At ang bilang ng mga laryo, na kanilang ginagawang dati ay siya rin ninyong iaatang sa kanila; wala kayong babawasin: sapagka't sila'y mga pagayongayon; kaya't sila'y dumadaing, na nagsasabi, Bayaan mo kaming yumaon at maghain sa aming Dios.

9 Pabigatin ninyo ang gawain ng mga lalake upang kanilang pagpagalan at huwag nilang pakitunguhan ang mga kabulaanang salita.

10 At ang mga tagapagpaatag sa bayan, ay nagsilabas, at kanilang sinalita sa bayan, na sinasabi, Ganito ang sabi ni Faraon, Hindi ko kayo bibigyan ng dayami.

11 Yumaon kayo ng inyong sarili, kumuha kayo ng dayami kung saan kayo makakakuha: sapagka't walang babawasin kaunti man sa inyong gawain.

12 Kaya't ang bayan ay nangalat sa buong lupain ng Egipto, na humahanap ng pinagputulan ng trigo na panghalili sa dayami.

13 At hinihigpitan sila ng mga tagapagpaatag, na sinasabi, Tapusin ninyo ang inyong mga gawa, ang inyong gawain sa araw-araw, na gaya nang mayroong kayong dayami.

14 At ang mga pinuno sa mga anak ni Israel na ipinaglalagay sa kanila ng mga tagapagpaatag ni Faraon, ay nangapalo, at sa kanila'y sinabi, Bakit hindi ninyo tinapos ang inyong gawain kahapon at ngayon, sa paggawa ng laryo, na gaya ng dati?

15 Nang magkagayo'y ang mga pinuno sa mga anak ni Israel ay naparoon at dumaing kay Faraon, na nagsasabi, Bakit mo ginaganyan ang iyong mga alipin?

16 Walang anomang dayami, na ibinibigay sa iyong mga alipin, at kanilang sinasabi sa amin, Gumawa kayo ng laryo: at, narito, ang iyong mga alipin ay nangapapalo; nguni't ang sala'y nasa iyong sariling bayan.

17 Datapuwa't kaniyang sinabi, Kayo'y mga pagayongayon, kayo'y mga pagayongayon: kaya't inyong sinasabi, Bayaan mo kaming yumaon at maghain sa Panginoon.

18 Kayo nga'y yumaon ngayon at gumawa; sapagka't walang anomang dayaming ibibigay sa inyo, at gayon ma'y inyong ibibigay ang bilang ng mga laryo.

19 At nakita ng mga pinuno ng mga anak ni Israel, na sila'y nasa masamang kalagayan, nang sabihin, Walang mababawas na anoman sa inyong mga laryo sa inyong gawain sa araw-araw.

20 At kanilang nasalubong si Moises at si Aaron na nagsitayo sa daan, pagkapanggaling kay Faraon:

21 At sinabi nila sa kanila, Kayo nawa'y tunghan ng Panginoon, at hatulan; sapagka't ang aming katayuan ay ginawa mong nakamumuhi sa mga mata ni Faraon, at sa mga mata ng kaniyang mga lingkod, na naglagay ng tabak sa kanilang kamay upang kami ay patayin.

22 At si Moises ay bumalik sa Panginoon, at nagsabi, Panginoon, bakit mo ginawan ng kasamaan ang bayang ito? bakit mo sinugo ako?

23 Sapagka't mula nang ako'y pumaroon kay Faraon na magsalita sa iyong pangalan, ay kaniyang ginawan ng kasamaan ang bayang ito: at ni hindi mo man iniligtas ang iyong bayan.

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