Nowe these are the names of the children of Israel, which came into Egypt (euery
man and his housholde came thither with Iaakob)
2 Reuben, Simeon, Leui, and Iudah,
3 Issachar, Zebulun, and Beniamin,
4 Dan, and Naphtali, Gad, and Asher.
5 So al the soules, that came out of the loines of Iaakob, were seuentie soules:
Ioseph was in
6 Nowe Ioseph died and all his brethren, and that whole generation.
7 And the children of
brought foorth fruite and encreased in aboundance, and were multiplied, and
were exceeding mightie, so that the land was full of them.
8 Then there rose vp a newe King in
, who knewe not Ioseph.
9 And he sayde vnto his people, Beholde, the people of the children of
are greater and mightier then we.
10 Come, let vs worke wisely with them, least they multiplie, and it come to
passe, that if there be warre, they ioyne them selues also vnto our enemies, and
fight against vs, and get them out of the land.
11 Therefore did they set taskemasters ouer them, to keepe the vnder with
burdens: and they built the cities Pithom and Raamses for the treasures of
12 But the more they vexed them, the more they multiplied and grewe: therefore
they were more grieued against the children of
13 Wherefore the Egyptians by crueltie caused the children of
14 Thus they made them weary of their liues by sore labour in clay & in
bricke, & in al worke in the fielde, with all maner of bondage, which they
layde vpon them most cruelly.
15 Moreouer the King of Egypt commanded ye midwiues of the Ebrewe women, (of
which the ones name was Shiphrah, and the name of the other Puah)
16 And sayde, When ye doe the office of a midwife to the women of the Ebrewes,
and see them on their stooles, if it be a sonne, then yee shall kill him: but if
it be a daughter, then let her liue.
17 Notwithstanding ye midwiues feared God, and did not as the King of Egypt
commaunded them, but preserued aliue the men children.
18 Then the King of Egypt called for the midwiues, and sayde vnto them, Why haue
yee done thus, and haue preserued aliue the men children?
19 And the midwiues answered Pharaoh, Because the Ebrewe women are not as the
: for they are liuely, and are deliuered yer the midwife come at them.
20 God therefore prospered the midwiues, and the people multiplied and were very
21 And because ye midwiues feared God, therefore he made them houses.
22 Then Pharaoh charged all his people, saying, Euery man childe that is borne,
cast yee into the riuer, but reserue euery maide childe aliue.
1 Then there went a man of the house of Leui, and tooke to wife a daughter of
2 And the woman coceiued and bare a sonne: and when she saw that he was faire,
she hid him three moneths.
3 But when she could no longer hide him, she tooke for him an arke made of reede,
and daubed it with slime and with pitch, and laide the childe therein, and put
it among the bulrushes by the riuers brinke.
4 Now his sister stood a farre off, to wit what would come of him.
5 Then ye daughter of Pharaoh came downe to wash her in the riuer, and her
maidens walked by the riuers side: and when shee sawe the arke among the
bulrushes, she sent her maide to fet it.
6 Then she opened it, and sawe it was a childe: and beholde, the babe wept: so
she had compassion on it, and sayde, This is one of the Ebrewes children.
7 Then said his sister vnto Pharaohs daughter, Shall I go and cal vnto thee a
nurce of the Ebrew women to nurce thee the childe?
8 And Pharaohs daughter sayde to her, Goe. So the maide went and called the
9 To whome Pharaohs daughter sayde, Take this childe away, and nurce it for me,
and I wil reward thee. Then the woman tooke the childe and nurced him.
10 Nowe the childe grewe, and she brought him vnto Pharaohs daughter, and he was
as her sonne, and she called his name Moses, because, said she, I drewe him out
of the water.
11 And in those dayes, when Moses was growen, he went forth vnto his brethren,
& looked on their burdens: also he sawe an Egyptian smiting an Ebrewe one of
12 And he looked rounde about, and when he sawe no man, hee slewe the Egyptian,
and hid him in the sande.
13 Againe he came forth the second day, and behold, two Ebrewes stroue: and he
said vnto him that did the wrong, Wherefore smitest thou thy fellowe?
14 And hee answered, Who made thee a man of authoritie, and a iudge ouer vs?
Thinkest thou to kill mee, as thou killedst the Egyptian? Then Moses feared and
sayde, Certainly this thing is knowen.
15 Now Pharaoh heard this matter, & sought to slay Moses: therefore Moses
fled from Pharaoh, and dwelt in the lande of Midian, and hee sate downe by a
16 And the Priest of Midian had seue daughters, which came and drewe water, and
filled the troghes, for to water their fathers sheepe.
17 Then the shepherds came and droue them away: but Moses rose vp and defended
them, and watered their sheepe.
18 And whe they came to Reuel their father, he said, Howe are ye come so soone
19 And they saide, A man of
deliuered vs from the hand of the shepherdes, and also drew vs water ynough,
and watered the sheepe.
20 Then he saide vnto his daughters, And where is he? why haue ye so left the
man? call him that he may eate bread.
21 And Moses agreed to dwell with the man: who gaue vnto Moses Zipporah his
22 And she bare a sonne, whose name he called Gershom: for he said, I haue bene
a stranger in a strange lande.
23 Then in processe of time, the King of Egypt dyed, and the children of
sighed for the bondage and cryed: and their crie for the bondage came vp vnto
24 Then God heard their mone, and God remembred his couenant with Abraham, Izhak,
25 So God looked vpon the children of
, and God had respect vnto them.
1 When Moses kept the sheepe of Iethro his father in lawe, Priest of Midian,
& droue the flocke to the backe side of the desert, and came to the
Mountaine of God, Horeb,
2 Then the Angel of the Lord appeared vnto him in a flame of fire, out of the
middes of a bush: and he looked, and behold, the bush burned with fire, and the
bush was not consumed.
3 Therefore Moses saide, I will turne aside nowe, and see this great sight, why
the bush burneth not.
4 And when the Lord sawe that he turned aside to see, God called vnto him out of
the middes of the bush, and said, Moses, Moses; he answered, I am here.
5 Then he saide, Come not hither, put thy shooes off thy feete: for the place
whereon thou standest is holy ground.
6 Moreouer he saide, I am the God of thy father, the God of Abraham, the God of
Izhak, and the God of Iaakob. Then Moses hid his face: for he was afraid to
looke vpon God.
7 Then the Lorde said, I haue surely seene the trouble of my people, which are
, and haue heard their crie, because of their taskemasters: for I knowe their
8 Therefore I am come downe to deliuer them out of the hande of the Egyptians,
and to bring them out of that lande into a good lande and a large, into a lande
that floweth with milke and honie, euen into the place of the Canaanites, and
the Hittites, and the Amorites, and the Perizzites, and the Hiuites, and the
9 And now lo, the crie of the children of
is come vnto me, & I haue also seene ye oppression, wherewith the Egyptians
10 Come now therefore, and I will send thee vnto Pharaoh, that thou maiest bring
my people the children of
11 But Moses said vnto God, Who am I, that I should go vnto Pharaoh, and that I
should bring the children of
12 And he answered, Certainely I will be with thee: and this shall be a token
vnto thee, that I haue sent thee, After that thou hast brought the people out of
, ye shall serue God vpon this Mountaine.
13 Then Moses said vnto God, Behold, when I shall come vnto the children of
, and shall say vnto them, The God of your fathers hath sent me vnto you: if
they say vnto me, What is his Name? What shall I say vnto them?
14 And God answered Moses, I Am That I Am. Also he said, Thus shalt thou say
vnto the children of
, I Am hath sent me vnto you.
15 And God spake further vnto Moses, Thus shalt thou say vnto the children of
Israel, The Lorde God of your fathers, the God of Abraham, the God of Izhak, and
the God of Iaakob hath sent me vnto you: this is my Name for euer, and this is
my memoriall vnto all ages.
16 Go & gather the Elders of Israel together, & thou shalt say vnto the,
The Lord God of your fathers, the God of Abraham, Izhak, & Iaakob appeared
vnto me, & said, I haue surely remembred you, & that which is done to
you in Egypt.
17 Therefore I did say, I wil bring you out of the affliction of Egypt vnto the
land of the Canaanites, and the Hittites, and the Amorites, and the Perizzites,
and the Hiuites, and the Iebusites, vnto a lande that floweth with milke and
18 Then shall they obey thy voyce, and thou and the Elders of Israel shall go
vnto the King of Egypt, and say vnto him, The Lorde God of the Ebrewes hath met
with vs: we pray thee nowe therefore, let vs goe three dayes iourney in the
wildernesse, that we may sacrifice vnto the Lord our God.
19 But I know, that the King of Egypt wil not let you goe, but by strong hande.
20 Therefore will I stretch out mine hande and smite
with all my wonders, which I will doe in the middes thereof: and after that
shall he let you goe.
21 And I will make this people to be fauoured of the Egyptians: so that when ye
go, ye shal not goe emptie.
22 For euery woman shall aske of her neighbour, and of her that soiourneth in
her house, iewels of siluer and iewels of gold and raiment, and ye shall put
them on your sonnes, and on your daughters, and shall spoyle the Egyptians.
1 Then Moses answered, and said, But lo, they will not beleeue me, nor hearken
vnto my voyce: for they will say, The Lorde hath not appeared vnto thee.
2 And the Lord said vnto him, What is that in thine hande? And he answered, A
3 Then said he, Cast it on the ground. So he cast it on the grounde, and it was
turned into a serpent: and Moses fled from it.
4 Againe the Lorde saide vnto Moses, Put foorth thine hand, and take it by the
tayle. Then he put foorth his hande and caught it, and it was turned into a rod
in his hand.
5 Do this that they may beleeue, that the Lorde God of their fathers, the God of
Abraha, the God of Izhak, and the God of Iaakob hath appeared vnto thee.
6 And the Lorde saide furthermore vnto him, Thrust nowe thine hand into thy
bosome; he thrust his hand into his bosome, & when he tooke it out againe,
behold, his hand was leprous as snowe.
7 Moreouer he said, Put thine hand into thy bosome againe. So he put his hande
into his bosome againe, & pluckt it out of his bosome, and behold, it was
turned againe as his other flesh.
8 So shall it be, if they wil not beleeue thee, neither obey the voyce of ye
first signe, yet shall they beleeue for the voyce of the seconde signe.
9 But if they will not yet beleeue these two signes, neither obey vnto thy voyce,
then shalt thou take of the water of the riuer, and powre it vpon the drie lande:
so the water which thou shalt take out of the riuer, shalbe turned to blood vpon
the drie land.
10 But Moses said vnto the Lorde, Oh my Lorde, I am not eloquent, neither at any
time haue bene, nor yet since thou hast spoken vnto thy seruant: but I am slowe
of speach & slowe of tongue.
11 Then the Lorde said vnto him, Who hath giuen the mouth to man? or who hath
made the domme, or the deafe, or him that seeth, or the blinde? haue not I the
12 Therefore goe nowe, and I will be with thy mouth, and will teach thee what
thou shalt say.
13 But he saide, Oh my Lorde, sende, I pray thee, by the hande of him, whome
thou shouldest sende.
14 Then the Lorde was verie angrie with Moses, and said, Doe not I know Aaron
thy brother the Leuite, that he himselfe shall speake? for loe, he commeth also
foorth to meete thee, and when he seeth thee, he will be glad in his heart.
15 Therefore thou shalt speake vnto him, and put the wordes in his mouth, and I
will be with thy mouth, and with his mouth, and will teach you what ye ought to
16 And he shall be thy spokesman vnto the people: and he shall be, euen he shall
be as thy mouth, and thou shalt be to him as God.
17 Moreouer thou shalt take this rod in thine hand, wherewith thou shalt do
18 Therefore Moses went and returned to Iethro his father in lawe, & said
vnto him, I pray thee, let me goe, and returne to my brethren, which are in
Egypt, and see whether they be yet aliue. Then Iethro said to Moses, Go in
19 (For the Lord had said vnto Moses in Midian, Goe, returne to
: for they are all dead which went about to kill thee)
20 Then Moses tooke his wife, & his sonnes, and put them on an asse, and
returned towarde the lande of
, and Moses tooke the rod of God in his hand.
21 And the Lorde saide vnto Moses, When thou art entred and come into
againe, see that thou doe all the wonders before Pharaoh, which I haue put in
thine hand: but I will harden his heart, and he shall not let the people goe.
22 Then thou shalt say to Pharaoh, Thus saith the Lorde,
is my sonne, euen my first borne.
23 Wherefore I say to thee, Let my sonne go, that he may serue me: if thou
refuse to let him goe, beholde, I will slay thy sonne, euen thy first borne.
24 And as he was by the waye in the ynne, the Lord met him, and would haue
25 Then Zipporah tooke a sharpe knife, and cut away the foreskinne of her sonne,
and cast it at his feete, and said, Thou art indeede a bloody husband vnto me.
26 So he departed from him. Then she saide, O bloodie husbande (because of the
27 Then the Lorde saide vnto Aaron, Goe meete Moses in the wildernesse; he went
and mette him in the Mount of God, and kissed him.
28 Then Moses tolde Aaron all the wordes of the Lord, who had sent him, and all
the signes wherewith he had charged him.
29 So went Moses and Aaron, and gathered all the Elders of the children of
30 And Aaron told all the wordes, which the Lorde had spoken vnto Moses, and he
did the miracles in the sight of the people,
31 And the people beleeued, and when they heard that the Lorde had visited the
, and had looked vpon their tribulation, they bowed downe, and worshipped.
1 Then afterwarde Moses and Aaron went and said to Pharaoh, Thus saith the Lorde
, Let my people go, that they may celebrate a feast vnto me in the wildernesse.
2 And Pharaoh saide, Who is the Lorde, that I should heare his voyce, & let
go? I knowe not the Lord, neither will I let
3 And they saide, We worship the God of the Ebrewes: we pray thee, let vs goe
three daies iourney in the desert, and sacrifice vnto the Lord our God, least he
bring vpon vs the pestilence or sword.
4 Then saide the King of Egypt vnto them, Moses & Aaron, why cause ye the
people to cease from their workes? get you to your burdens.
5 Pharaoh saide furthermore, Behold, much people is nowe in the lande, and ye
make them leaue their burdens.
6 Therefore Pharaoh gaue commandement the same day vnto the taskemasters of the
people, and to their officers, saying,
7 Ye shall giue the people no more strawe, to make bricke ( as in time past) but
let them goe and gather them strawe them selues:
8 Notwithstanding lay vpon them the nober of bricke, which they made in time
past, diminish nothing thereof: for they be idle, therefore they crie, saying,
Let vs go to offer sacrifice vnto our God.
9 Lay more worke vpon the men, & cause them to do it, & let the not
regard vaine words.
10 Then went the taskemasters of the people and their officers out, and tolde
the people, saying, Thus saith Pharaoh, I will giue you no more strawe.
11 Goe your selues, get you strawe where yee can finde it, yet shall nothing of
your labour bee diminished.
12 Then were the people scattered abroade throughout all the
, for to gather stubble in steade of strawe.
13 And the taskmasters hasted them, saying, Finish your dayes worke euery dayes
taske, as ye did when ye had strawe.
14 And the officers of the children of Israel, which Pharaohs taskemasters had
set ouer them, were beaten, and demanded, Wherefore haue ye not fulfilled your
taske in making bricke yesterday and to daye, as in times past?
15 Then the officers of the children of
came, & cryed vnto Pharaoh, saying, Wherfore dealest thou thus with thy
16 There is no strawe giuen to thy seruantes, and they say vnto vs, Make bricke:
and loe, thy seruants are beaten, and thy people is blamed.
17 But he said, Ye are to much idle: therfore ye say, Let vs goe to offer
sacrifice to the Lord.
18 Goe therefore nowe and worke: for there shall no strawe be giuen you, yet
shall yee deliuer the whole tale of bricke.
19 Then the officers of the children of
sawe them selues in an euill case, because it was saide, Ye shall diminish
nothing of your bricke, nor of euery dayes taske.
20 And they met Moses and Aaron, which stood in their way as they came out fro
21 To whom they said, The Lord looke vpon you and iudge: for yee haue made our
sauour to stinke before Pharaoh and before his seruants, in that ye haue put a
sword in their hand to slay vs.
22 Wherefore Moses returned to the Lorde, and saide, Lorde, why hast thou
afflicted this people? wherefore hast thou thus sent me?
23 For since I came to Pharaoh to speake in thy Name, he hath vexed this people,
and yet thou hast not deliuered thy people.
1 Then the Lord sayd vnto Moses, Nowe shalt thou see, what I will doe vnto
Pharaoh: for by a strong hand shall he let them goe, and euen be constrained to
driue them out of his land.
2 Moreouer God spake vnto Moses, and sayd vnto him, I am the Lord,
3 And I appeared vnto Abraha, to Izhak, & to Iaakob by the Name of Almightie
God: but by my Name Iehouah was I not knowen vnto the.
4 Furthermore as I made my couenant with them to giue them ye land of Canaan,
the land of their pilgrimage, wherein they were strangers:
5 So I haue also hearde the groning of the children of
, whom the Egyptians keepe in bondage, and haue remembred my couenant.
6 Wherefore say thou vnto the children of Israel, I am the Lord, and I will
bring you out fro the burdens of the Egyptians, & will deliuer you out of
their bondage, and will redeeme you in a stretched out arme, and in great
7 Also I will take you for my people, & will be your God: then ye shall
knowe that I the Lord your God bring you out from the burdens of the Egyptians.
8 And I will bring you into the land which I sware that I woulde giue to
Abraham, to Izhak, and to Iaakob, and I will giue it vnto you for a possession:
I am the Lord.
9 So Moses told the children of
thus: but they hearkened not vnto Moses, for anguish of spirit and for cruel
10 Then the Lord spake vnto Moses, saying,
11 Go speak to Pharaoh King of
, that he let the children of
goe out of his land.
12 But Moses spake before the Lorde, saying, Beholde, the children of Israel
hearken not vnto me, howe then shall Pharaoh heare mee, which am of
13 Then the Lord spake vnto Moses & vnto Aaron, & charged them to goe to
the children of
& to Pharaoh King of
, to bring the children of
out of the lande of
14 These bee the heades of their fathers houses: the sonnes of Reuben the first
are Hanoch and Pallu, Hezron and Carmi: these are ye families of Reuben.
15 Also the sonnes of Simeon: Iemuel and Iamin, and Ohad, and Iachin, and Zoar,
and Shaul the sonne of a Canaanitish woman: these are the families of Simeon.
16 These also are the names of the sonnes of Leui in their generations: Gershon
& Kohath and Merari (and the yeres of the life of Leui were an hundreth
thirtie and seuen yere)
17 The sonnes of Gershon were Libni and Shimi by their families.
18 And the sonnes of Kohath, Amram and Izhar, and
, & Vzziel. (and Kohath liued an hundreth thirtie and three yeere)
19 Also the sonnes of Merari were Mahali & Mushi: these are ye families of
Leui by their kinreds.
20 And Amram tooke Iochebed his fathers sister to his wife, and shee bare him
Aaron and Moses (and Amram liued an hundreth thirtie and seuen yeere)
21 Also the sonnes of Izhar: Korah, and Nepheg, and Zichri.
22 And the sonnes of Vzziel: Mishael, and Elzaphan, and Sithri.
23 And Aaron tooke Elisheba daughter of Amminadab, sister of Nahashon to his
wife, which bare him Nadab, and Abihu, Eleazar and Ithamar.
24 Also the sonnes of Korah: Assir, and Elkanah, and Abiasaph: these are the
families of the Korhites.
25 And Eleazar Aarons sonne tooke him one of the daughters of Putiel to his
wife, which bare him Phinehas: these are the principall fathers of the Leuites
throughout their families.
26 These are Aaron and Moses to whom the Lord said, Bring the children of
out of the
, according to their armies.
27 These are that Moses and Aaron, which spake to Pharaoh King of
, that they might bring the children of
28 And at that time when the Lorde spake vnto Moses in the land of Egypt,
29 When the Lorde, I say, spake vnto Moses, saying, I am the Lord, speake thou
vnto Pharaoh the King of Egypt all that I say vnto thee,
30 Then Moses said before the Lord, Behold, I am of vncircumcised lippes, &
how shall Pharaoh heare me?
1 Then the Lord saide to Moses, Behold, I haue made thee Pharaohs God, and Aaron
thy brother shall be thy Prophet.
2 Thou shalt speake all that I commaunded thee: and Aaron thy brother shall
speake vnto Pharaoh, that he suffer the children of
to go out of his land.
3 But I will harden Pharaohs heart, and multiplie my miracles and my wonders in
the lande of
4 And Pharaoh shall not hearken vnto you, that I may lay mine hand vpon
, and bring out myne armies, euen my people, the children of
out of the
, by great iudgements.
5 Then the Egyptians shall knowe that I am the Lord, when I stretch foorth mine
, and bring out the children of
from among them.
6 So Moses and Aaron did as the Lord commanded them, euen so did they.
7 (Nowe Moses was foure score yeere olde, and Aaron foure score and three, when
they spake vnto Pharaoh)
8 And the Lorde had spoken vnto Moses and Aaron, saying,
9 If Pharaoh speake vnto you, saying, Shewe a miracle for you, then thou shalt
say vnto Aaron, Take thy rod, and cast it before Pharaoh, and it shalbe turned
into a serpent.
10 Then went Moses and Aaron vnto Pharaoh, and did euen as the Lord had
commaunded: and Aaron cast forth his rod before Pharaoh and before his seruants,
& it was turned into a serpent.
11 Then Pharaoh called also for the wise men and sorcerers: and those charmers
did in like maner with their enchantmens,
12 For they cast downe euery man his rod, & they were turned into serpents:
but Aarons rodde deuoured their rods.
13 So Pharaohs heart was hardened, and hee hearkened not to them, as the Lorde
14 The Lorde then saide vnto Moses, Pharaohs heart is obstinate, hee refuseth to
let the people goe.
15 Goe vnto Pharaoh in the morning, (loe, he will come forth vnto the water) and
thou shalt stand and meete him by the riuers brinke, and the rod, which was
turned into a serpent, shalt thou take in thine hand.
16 And thou shalt say vnto him, The Lorde God of the Ebrewes hath sent me vnto
thee, saying, Let my people goe, that they may serue mee in the wildernesse: and
beholde, hitherto thou wouldest not heare.
17 Thus saith the Lorde, In this shalt thou know that I am the Lord: behold, I
wil smite with the rodde that is in mine hand vpon the water that is in the
riuer, and it shalbe turned to blood.
18 And the fish that is in the riuer shall dye, and the riuer shall stinke, and
it shall grieue the Egyptians to drinke of the water of the riuer.
19 The Lord then spake to Moses, Say vnto Aaron, Take thy rod, and stretch out
thine hand ouer the waters of Egypt, ouer their streames, ouer their riuers,
& ouer their pondes,, and ouer all pooles of their waters, and they shalbe
blood, and there shalbe blood throughout all the land of Egypt, both in vessels
of wood, and of stone.
20 So Moses and Aaron did euen as the Lord commaunded: and hee lift vp the rodde,
and smote the water that was in the riuer in the sight of Pharaoh, and in the
sight of his seruants: and all the water that was in the riuer, was turned into
21 And the fish that was in the ryuer dyed, & the riuer stanke: so that the
Egyptians could not drinke of the water of the riuer: and there was blood
throughout all the lande of
22 And the enchanters of
did likewise with their sorceries: and the heart of Phraoh was hardened: so
that he did not hearken vnto them, as the Lord had sayde.
23 Then Pharaoh returned, and went againe into his house, neither did this yet
enter into his heart.
24 All the Egyptians then digged rounde about the riuer for waters to drinke:
for they could not drinke of the water of the riuer.
25 And this continued fully seuen dayes after the Lord had smitten the riuer.
1 Afterward the Lorde sayde vnto Moses, Goe vnto Pharaoh, and tell him, Thus
saith the Lorde, Let my people goe, that they may serue me:
2 And if thou wilt not let them goe, beholde, I will smite all thy countrey with
3 And the riuer shal scral ful of frogges, which shall goe vp and come into
thine house, and into thy chamber, where thou sleepest, and vpon thy bed, and
into the house of thy seruants, and vpon thy people, and into thine ouens, and
into thy kneading troughes.
4 Yea, the frogges shall climbe vp vpon thee, and on thy people, and vpon all
5 Also the Lord said vnto Moses, Say thou vnto Aaron, Stretch out thine hande
with thy rod vpon the streames, vpon the riuers, and vpon the ponds, and cause
frogs to come vp vpon the
6 Then Aaron stretched out his hand vpon the waters of
, and the frogges came vp, and couered the
7 And the sorcerers did likewise with their sorceries, and brought frogges vp
8 Then Pharaoh called for Moses and Aaron, and said, Pray ye vnto the Lord, that
hee may take away the frogges from mee, and from my people, and I will let the
people goe, that they may doe sacrifice vnto the Lord.
9 And Moses said vnto Pharaoh, Concerning me, euen command when I shall pray for
thee, and for thy seruants, and for thy people, to destroy the frogges from thee
and from thine houses, that they may remaine in the riuer only.
10 Then he said, To morowe; he answered, Be it as thou hast said, that thou
maiest know, that there is none like vnto the Lord our God.
11 So the frogges shall depart from thee, and from thine houses, and from thy
seruantes, and from thy people: onely they shall remaine in the riuer.
12 Then Moses and Aaron went out from Pharaoh: and Moses cryed vnto the Lorde
concerning the frogges, which hee had sent vnto Pharaoh.
13 And the Lorde did according to the saying of Moses: so the frogges died in
the houses, in the townes, and in the fieldes.
14 And they gathered the together by heaps, and the land stanke of them.
15 But when Pharaoh sawe that hee had rest giuen him, he hardened his heart, and
hearkened not vnto them, as the Lord had said.
16 Againe the Lord sayd vnto Moses, Say vnto Aaron, Stretche out the rod, and
smite the dust of the earth, that it may bee turned to lyce throughout all the
17 And they did so: for Aaron stretched out his hand with his rod, and smote the
dust of the earth: and lyce came vpon man and vpon beast: all the dust of the
earth was lyce throughout all the
18 Nowe the enchanters assaied likewise with their enchantments to bring forth
lyce, but they could not. So the lyce were vpon man & vpon beast.
19 Then saide the enchanters vnto Pharaoh, This is the finger of God. But
Pharaohs heart remained obstinate, and hee hearkened not vnto them, as the Lorde
20 Moreouer the Lorde sayd to Moses, Rise vp earely in the morning, and stand
before Pharaoh (lo, hee will come forth vnto the water) and say vnto him, Thus
saith the Lord, Let my people go, that they may serue me.
21 Els, if thou wilt not let my people goe, behold, I will send swarmes of flies
both vpon thee, and vpon thy seruants, and vpon thy people, and into thine
houses: and the houses of the Egyptians shalbe full of swarmes of flies, and the
ground also whereon they are.
22 But ye land of Goshe, where my people are, wil I cause to be wonderfull in
that day, so that no swarmes of flies shalbe there, that thou maiest know that I
am the Lorde in the middes of the earth.
23 And I will make a deliuerance of my people from thy people: to morowe shall
this miracle be.
24 And the Lorde did so: for there came great swarmes of flies into the house of
Pharaoh, and into his seruants houses, so that through all the lande of
, the earth was corrupt by the swarmes of flies.
25 Then Pharaoh called for Moses and Aaron, and saide, Goe, doe sacrifice vnto
your God in this lande.
26 But Moses answered, It is not meete to do so: for then we shoulde offer vnto
the Lorde our God that, which is an abomination vnto the Egyptians. Loe, can we
sacrifice the abomination of the Egyptians before their eyes, and they not stone
27 Let vs go three dayes iourney in the desert, and sacrifice vnto the Lord our
God, as he hath commanded vs.
28 And Pharaoh said, I will let you go, that ye may sacrifice vnto the Lord your
God in the wildernesse: but goe not farre away, pray for me.
29 And Moses said, Behold, I will go out from thee, and pray vnto the Lord, that
the swarmes of flies may depart from Pharaoh, from his seruants, and from his
people to morowe: but let Pharaoh from hencefoorth deceiue no more, in not
suffering the people to sacrifice vnto the Lorde.
30 So Moses went out from Pharaoh & prayed vnto the Lorde.
31 And the Lord did according to the saying of Moses, and the swarmes of flies
departed from Pharaoh, from his seruants, and from his people, and there
remained not one.
32 Yet Pharaoh hardened his heart at this time also, and did not let the people
1 Then the Lorde said vnto Moses, Go to Pharaoh, and tell him, Thus saith the
Lorde God of the Ebrewes, Let my people go, that they may serue me.
2 But if thou refuse to let them goe, and wilt yet holde them still,
3 Beholde, the hande of the Lorde is vpon thy flocke which is in the fielde: for
vpon the horses, vpon the asses, vpon the camels, vpon the cattell, and vpon the
sheepe shalbe a mightie great moraine.
4 And the Lorde shall doe wonderfully betweene the beastes of
, and the beastes of
: so that there shall nothing dye of all, that pertaineth to the children of
5 And the Lord appointed a time, saying, To morowe the Lorde shall finish this
thing in this lande.
6 So the Lord did this thing on the morow, and all the cattel of
dyed: but of the cattell of the children of
dyed not one.
7 Then Pharaoh sent, and beholde, there was not one of the cattell of the
Israelites dead: and the heart of Pharaoh was obstinate, and hee did not let the
8 And the Lord said to Moses and to Aaron, Take your handfull of ashes of the
fornace, and Moses shall sprinkle them towarde the heauen in the sight of
9 And they shall be turned to dust in all the land of Egypt: and it shalbe as a
scab breaking out into blisters vpon man, and vpon beast, thorow out all the
land of Egypt.
10 Then they tooke ashes of the fornace, and stoode before Pharaoh: and Moses
sprinkled them towarde the heauen, and there came a scab breaking out into
blisters vpon man, and vpon beast.
11 And the sorcerers could not stande before Moses, because of the scab: for the
scab was vpon the enchanters, and vpon all the Egyptians.
12 And the Lord hardened the heart of Pharaoh, and he hearkened not vnto them,
as the Lorde had said vnto Moses.
13 Also the Lorde said vnto Moses, Rise vp early in the morning, and stand
before Pharaoh, and tell him, Thus saith the Lorde God of the Ebrewes, Let my
people goe, that they may serue me.
14 For I will at this time send all my plagues vpon thine heart, and vpon thy
seruants, and vpon thy people, that thou mayest knowe that there is none like me
in all the earth.
15 For nowe I will stretch out mine hande, that I may smite thee and thy people
with the pestilence: and thou shalt perish from the earth.
16 And in deede, for this cause haue I appointed thee, to shewe my power in
thee, and to declare my Name throughout all the world.
17 Yet thou exaltest thy selfe against my people, and lettest them not goe.
18 Beholde, to morowe this time I will cause to raine a mightie great haile,
such as was not in
since the foundation thereof was laid vnto this time.
19 Send therefore nowe, and gather the cattell, and all that thou hast in the
fielde: for vpon all the men, and the beastes, which are found in the field, and
not brought home, the haile shal fall vpon them, and they shall die.
20 Such then as feared the word of the Lorde among the seruants of Pharaoh, made
his seruants and his cattell flee into the houses:
21 But such as regarded not the worde of the Lorde, left his seruants, and his
cattell in the fielde.
22 And the Lorde saide to Moses, Stretche foorth thine hande towarde heauen,
that there may be haile in all the
, vpon man, and vpon beast, and vpon all the herbes of the fielde in the lande
23 Then Moses stretched out his rod towarde heauen, & the Lord sent thunder
and haile, and lightening vpon the ground: and the Lorde caused haile to raine
24 So there was haile, and fire mingled with the haile, so grieuous, as there
was none throughout all the lande of
, since it was a nation.
25 And the haile smote throughout al ye land of Egypt all that was in the fielde,
both man and beast: also ye haile smote all the herbes of ye field, and brake to
pieces all the trees of the fielde.
26 Onely in the lande of
(where the children of
were) was no haile.
27 Then Pharaoh sent and called for Moses and Aaron, and said vnto them, I haue
now sinned: the Lorde is righteous, but I and my people are wicked.
28 Pray ye vnto the Lorde (for it is ynough) that there be no more mightie
thunders and haile, and I will let you goe, and yee shall tarie no longer.
29 Then Moses saide vnto him, Assoone as I am out of the citie, I will spreade
mine hands vnto the Lorde, and the thunder shall cease, neither shall there be
any more haile, that thou mayest knowe that the earth is the Lordes.
30 As for thee and thy seruants, I knowe afore I pray ye will feare before the
face of the Lorde God.
31 (And the flaxe, & the barley were smitten: for the barley was eared,
& the flaxe was bolled.
32 But the wheat and the rye were not smitten, for they were hid in the grounde)
33 Then Moses went out of the citie from Pharaoh, and spred his hands to the
Lorde, and the thunder and the haile ceased, neither rained it vpon the earth.
34 And when Pharaoh sawe that the raine and the haile and the thunder were
ceased, hee sinned againe, and hardened his heart, both he, and his seruants.
35 So the heart of Pharaoh was hardened: neither would he let the children of
goe, as the Lord had said by Moses.
1 Againe the Lorde saide vnto Moses, Goe to Pharaoh: for I haue hardened his
heart, and the heart of his seruants, that I might worke these my miracles in
the middes of his realme,
2 And that thou maist declare in the eares of thy sonne, & of thy sonnes
sonne, what things I haue done in Egypt, and my miracles, which I haue done
among them: that ye may knowe that I am the Lorde.
3 Then came Moses and Aaron vnto Pharaoh, and they said vnto him, Thus saith the
Lord God of the Ebrewes, Howe long wilt thou refuse to humble thy selfe before
me? Let my people goe, that they may serue me.
4 But if thou refuse to let my people go, beholde, to morowe will I bring
grashoppers into thy coastes.
5 And they shall couer the face of the earth, that a man can not see the earth:
and they shall eate the residue which remaineth vnto you, and hath escaped from
the haile: and they shall eate all your trees that bud in the fielde.
6 And they shall fil thine houses, and all thy seruants houses, and the houses
of all the Egyptians, as neither thy fathers, nor thy fathers fathers haue seene,
since the time they were vpon the earth vnto this day. So he returned, and went
out from Pharaoh.
7 Then Pharaohs seruants saide vnto him, How long shall he be an offence vnto vs?
let the men go, that they may serue the Lord their God: wilt thou first knowe
8 So Moses and Aaron were brought againe vnto Pharaoh, and he saide vnto them,
Goe, serue the Lorde your God, but who are they that shall goe?
9 And Moses answered, We will go with our yong and with our olde, with our
sonnes and with our daughters, with our sheepe and with our cattell will we goe:
for we must celebrate a feast vnto the Lorde.
10 And he said vnto them, Let the Lorde so be with you, as I will let you goe
and your children: beholde, for euill is before your face.
11 It shall not be so: nowe goe ye that are men, and serue the Lorde: for that
was your desire. Then they were thrust out from Pharaohs presence.
12 After, the Lord said vnto Moses, Stretch out thine hande vpon the lande of
Egypt for the grashoppers, that they may come vpon the lande of Egypt, and eate
all the herbes of the land, euen all that the haile hath left.
13 Then Moses stretched foorth his rod vpon the lande of
: and the Lorde brought an East winde vpon the land all that day, and al that
night: and in the morning the East wind brought the grashoppers.
14 So the grashoppers went vp vpon all the land of
, and remained in all quarters of
: so grieuous Grashoppers, like to these were neuer before, neither after them
15 For they couered all the face of the earth, so that the lande was darke: and
they did eate all the herbes of the lande, and all the fruites of the trees,
which the haile had left, so that there was no greene thing left vpon the trees,
nor among the herbes of the fielde throughout all the lande of Egypt.
16 Therefore Pharaoh called for Moses and Aaron in haste, and sayde, I haue
sinned against the Lorde your God, and against you.
17 And nowe forgiue mee my sinne onely this once, and pray vnto the Lord your
God, that hee may take away from me this death onely.
18 Moses then went out from Pharaoh, and prayed vnto the Lord.
19 And the Lorde turned a mightie strong West winde, and tooke away the
grashoppers, & violently cast them into the red Sea, so that there remained
not one grashopper in all the coast of
20 But the Lord hardened Pharaohs heart, & hee did not let the children of
21 Againe ye Lord said vnto Moses, Stretch out thine hand toward heauen, that
there may be vpon the lande of
darkenesse, euen darkenesse that may be felt.
22 Then Moses stretched forth his hande towarde heauen, and there was a blacke
darkenesse in all the
23 No man saw an other, neither rose vp from ye place where he was for three
dayes: but all the children of
had light where they dwelt.
24 The Pharaoh called for Moses & said, Go, serue the Lord: onely your
sheepe and your cattel shall abide, and your children shall go with you.
25 And Moses sayd, Thou must giue vs also sacrifices, and burnt offrings that
wee may doe sacrifice vnto the Lord our God.
26 Therefore our cattell also shall go with vs: there shall not an hoofe bee
left, for thereof must we take to serue the Lord our God: neither doe wee knowe
howe we shall serue the Lorde, vntill we come thither.
27 (But the Lorde hardened Pharaohs heart, and he would not let them goe)
28 And Pharaoh sayde vnto him, Get thee from mee: looke thou see my face no
more: for whensoeuer thou commest in my sight, thou shalt dye.
29 Then Moses said, Thou hast said wel: from henceforth will I see thy face no
1 (Now the Lord had saide vnto Moses, yet will I bring one plague more vpo
Pharaoh, and vpon
: after that, he will let you go hence: when he letteth you goe, he shall at
once chase you hence.
2 Speake thou nowe to the people, that euery man require of his neighbour, &
euery woman of her neighbour iewels of siluer & iewels of gold.
3 And the Lorde gaue the people fauour in the sight of the Egyptians: also Moses
was very great in the
, in the sight of Pharaohs seruantes, and in the sight of the people.)
4 Also Moses sayde, Thus sayth the Lord, About midnight will I goe out into the
5 And all the first borne in the lande of
shall die, from the first borne of Pharaoh that sitteth on his throne, vnto the
first borne of the maide seruant, that is at the mille, and all the first borne
6 Then there shalbe a great crie throughout all the
, such as was neuer none like, nor shalbe.
7 But against none of ye children of
shal a dogge moue his tongue, neyther against man nor beast, that ye may knowe
that the Lord putteth a differece betweene the Egyptians & Israel.
8 And all these thy seruants shall come downe vnto me, and fal before me,
saying, Get thee out, and all the people that are at thy feete, and after this
will I depart. So he went out from Pharaoh very angry.
9 And the Lord saide vnto Moses, Pharaoh shall not heare you, that my wonders
may bee multiplied in the
10 So Moses and Aaron did all these wonders before Pharaoh: but the Lorde
hardened Pharaohs heart, and he suffred not the children of
to goe out of his lande.
1 Then the Lord spake to Moses and to Aaron in the
2 This moneth shalbe vnto you the beginning of moneths: it shalbe to you the
first moneth of the yere.
3 Speake ye vnto all the congregation of Israel, saying, In the tenth of this
moneth let euery man take vnto him a lambe, according to the house of the
fathers, a lambe for an house.
4 And if the housholde be too litle for the lambe, he shall take his neighbour,
which is next vnto his house, according to the nomber of the persons: euery one
of you, according to his eating shall make your count for the lambes,
5 Your lambe shalbe without blemish, a male of a yeere olde: ye shall take it of
the lambes, or of the kiddes.
6 And yee shall keepe it vntill the fourteenth day of this moneth: then al the
multitude of the Congregation of Israel shall kill it at euen.
7 After, they shall take of the blood, & strike it on the two postes, and on
the vpper doore post of the houses where they shall eate it.
8 And they shal eate the flesh the same night, roste with fire, and vnleauened
bread: with sowre herbes they shall eate it.
9 Eate not thereof rawe, boyled nor sodden in water, but rost with fire, both
his head, his feete, and his purtenance.
10 And ye shal reserue nothing of it vnto the morning: but that, which remaineth
of it vnto the morowe, shall ye burne with fire.
11 And thus shall yee eate it, Your loynes girded, your shoes on your feete, and
your staues in your handes, and yee shall eate it in haste: for it is the Lords
12 For I will passe through the lande of
the same night, and will smite all the first borne in the
, both man and beast, and I will execute iudgement vpon all the gods of
. I am the Lord.
13 And the blood shalbe a toke for you vpon the houses where ye are: so when I
see the blood, I will passe ouer you, and the plague shall not be vpon you to
destruction, when I smite the lande of
14 And this day shalbe vnto you a remembrance: and ye shall keepe it an holie
feast vnto the Lord, throughout your generations: yee shall keepe it holie by an
ordinance for euer.
15 Seuen daies shall ye eat vnleauened bread, and in any case ye shall put away
leauen the first day out of your houses: for whosoeuer eateth leauened bread
from the first daie vntill the seuenth day, that person shalbe cut off from
16 And in the first day shalbe an holie assemblie: also in the seuenth day
shalbe an holy assemblie vnto you: no worke shalbe done in them, saue about that
which euery man must eate: that onely may ye do.
17 Ye shall keepe also the feast of vnleauened bread: for that same daye I will
bring your armies out of the lande of
: therefore ye shal obserue this day, throughout your posteritie, by an
ordinance for euer.
18 In the first moneth and the fourteenth day of the moneth at euen, yee shall
eate vnleauened bread vnto the one and twentieth day of the moneth at euen.
19 Seuen daies shall no leauen be founde in your houses: for whosoeuer eateth
leauened bread, that person shalbe cut off from the Congregation of Israel:
whether he bee a stranger, or borne in the land.
20 Ye shall eate no leauened bread: but in all your habitations shall ye eate
21 Then Moses called all the Elders of Israel, and saide vnto them, Choose out
and take you for euerie of your housholdes a lambe, & kill the Passeouer.
22 And take a bunch of hyssop, and dip it in the blood that is in the basen, and
strike the lintell, and the doore cheekes with the blood that is in the basen,
and let none of you goe out at the doore of his house, vntill the morning.
23 For the Lord will passe by to smite the Egyptians: and when he seeth the
blood vpon the lintel and on the two doore cheekes, the Lorde wil passe ouer the
doore, & wil not suffer the destroyer to come into your houses to plague
24 Therefore shall ye obserue this thing as an ordinance both for thee and thy
sonnes for euer.
25 And when ye shall come into the land, which the Lord will giue you as hee
hath promised, then ye shall keepe this seruice.
26 And when your children aske you, What seruice is this ye keepe?
27 Then ye shall saye, It is the sacrifice of the Lordes Passeouer, which passed
ouer the houses of the children of
, when he smote the Egyptians, and preserued our houses. Then the people bowed
them selues, & worshipped.
28 So the children of
went, and did as the Lorde had commanded Moses and Aaron: so did they.
29 Nowe at midnight, the Lorde smote all the first borne in the lande of Egypt,
from the first borne of Pharaoh that sate on his throne, vnto the first borne of
the captiue that was in prison, and all the first borne of beastes.
30 And Pharaoh rose vp in the night, he, and all his seruants and all the
Egyptians: and there was a great crye in
: for there was no house where there was not one dead.
31 And hee called to Moses and to Aaron by night, and saide, Rise vp, get you
out from among my people, both yee, and the children of
, and goe serue the Lorde as ye haue sayde.
32 Take also your sheepe and your cattell as yee haue sayde, & depart, and
blesse me also.
33 And the Egyptians did force the people, because they would send them out of
the land in haste: for they said, We die all.
34 Therfore the people tooke their dough before it was leauened, euen their
dough bound in clothes vpon their shoulders.
35 And the children of
did according to the saying of Moses, & they asked of ye Egyptians iewels
of siluer & iewels of gold, & raiment.
36 And the Lorde gaue the people fauour in the sight of the Egyptians: and they
graunted their request: so they spoyled the Egyptians.
37 Then the children of
tooke their iourney from Rameses to Succoth about sixe hundreth thousand men of
foote, beside children.
38 And a great multitude of sundrie sortes of people went out with them, and
sheepe, and beeues, and cattel in great abundance.
39 And they baked the dough which they brought out of
, & made vnleauened cakes: for it was not leauened, because they were thrust
, neither coulde they tarie, nor yet prepare themselues vitailes.
40 So the dwelling of the children of
, while they dwelled in
, was foure hundreth and thirtie yeres.
41 And when the foure hundreth & thirtie yeeres were expired, euen the selfe
same day departed all the hostes of the Lord out of the
42 It is a night to be kept holie to the Lord, because he brought them out of
the lande of
: this is that night of the Lord, which all the children of
must keepe throughout their generations.
43 Also the Lorde said vnto Moses & Aaron, This is the Lawe of the Passeouer:
no stranger shall eate thereof.
44 But euerie seruant that is bought for money, when thou hast circumcised him,
then shall he eat thereof.
45 A stranger or an hyred seruant shall not eat thereof.
46 In one house shall it bee eaten: thou shalt carie none of ye flesh out of the
house, neither shall ye breake a bone thereof.
47 All the Congregation of Israel shall obserue it.
48 But if a stranger dwell with thee, and will obserue the Passeouer of the
Lorde, let him circumcise all the males, that belong vnto him, and then let him
come and obserue it, & he shall be as one that is borne in the land: for
none vncircumcised person shall eate thereof.
49 One lawe shalbe to him that is borne in the land, and to the stranger that
dwelleth among you.
50 Then all the children of
did as the Lorde commaunded Moses and Aaron: so did they.
51 And the selfe same day did the Lord bring the children of
out of the
by their armies.
1 And the Lorde spake vnto Moses, saying,
2 Sanctifie vnto me all the first borne: that is, euery one that first openeth
the wombe among the children of
, as well of man as of beast: for it is mine.
3 Then Moses sayd vnto the people, Remember this day in the which ye came out of
Egypt, out of the house of bondage: for by a mightie hande the Lorde brought you
out from thence: therefore no leauened bread shall bee eaten.
4 This day come yee out in the moneth of Abib.
5 Now when the Lord hath brought thee into the land of the Canaanites, and
Hittites, and Amorites, and Hiuites, and Iebusites (which he sware vnto thy
fathers, that he woulde giue thee, a land flowing with milke and honie) then
thou shalt keepe this seruice in this moneth.
6 Seuen dayes shalt thou eate vnleauened bread, and the seuenth day shall be the
feast of the Lord.
7 Vnleauened bread shall bee eaten seuen dayes, and there shal no leauened bread
be seene with thee, nor yet leauen be seene with thee in all thy quarters.
8 And thou shalt shew thy sonne in that day, saying, This is done, because of
that which the Lord did vnto me, when I came out of
9 And it shalbe a signe vnto thee vpo thine hande, and for a remembrance
betweene thine eyes, that the Lawe of the Lorde may be in thy mouth: for by a
strong hand the Lorde brought thee out of
10 Keepe therefore this ordinance in his season appoynted from yeere to yeere.
11 And when the Lord shall bring thee into the lande of the Canaanites, as hee
sware vnto thee and to thy fathers, and shall giue it thee,
12 Then thou shalt set apart vnto the Lorde all that first openeth the wombe:
also euery thing that first doeth open the wombe, and commeth forth of thy
beast: the males shalbe the Lordes.
13 But euery first foale of an asse, thou shalt redeeme with a lambe: and if
thou redeeme him not, then thou shalt breake his necke: likewise all the first
borne of man among thy sonnes shalt thou bye out.
14 And when thy sonne shall aske thee to morowe, saying, What is this? thou
shalt then say vnto him, With a mightie hande the Lorde brought vs out of
, out of the house of bondage.
15 For when Pharaoh was harde hearted against our departing, the Lord then slewe
all the first borne in the lande of Egypt: from the first borne of man euen to
the first borne of beast: therefore I sacrifice vnto the Lorde all the males
that first open the wombe, but all the first borne of my sonnes I redeeme.
16 And it shalbe as a token vpon thine hand, and as frontlets betweene thine
eyes, that the Lorde brought vs out of
by a mightie hande.
17 Nowe when Pharaoh had let the people go, God caried them not by the way of
the Philistims countrey, though it were neerer: (for God sayd, Lest the people
repent whe they see warre, and turne againe to Egypt)
18 But God made the people to go about by the way of the wildernesse of the red
sea: and the children of Israel went vp armed out of the land of Egypt.
19 (And Moses tooke the bones of Ioseph with him: for he had made the children
sweare, saying, God will surely visite you, and ye shal take my bones away
hence with you)
20 So they tooke their iourney from Succoth, and camped in Etham in the edge of
21 And the Lord went before them by day in a pillar of a cloude to leade them
the way, & by night in a pillar of fire to giue them light, that they might
go both by day and by night.
22 He tooke not away the pillar of ye cloude by day, nor the pillar of fire by
night from before the people.
1 Then the Lord spake vnto Moses, saying,
2 Speake to the children of
, that they returne and campe before Pi-hahiroth, betweene Migdol & the Sea,
ouer against Baal-zephon: about it shal ye campe by the Sea.
3 For Pharaoh will say of the children of
, They are tangled in the land: the wildernesse hath shut them in.
4 And I will harden Pharaohs heart that hee shall followe after you: so I will
get mee honour vpon Pharaoh, and vpon all his hoste: the Egyptians also shall
knowe that I am the Lorde: and they did so.
5 Then it was told the King of Egypt, that the people fled: and the heart of
Pharaoh and of his seruants was turned against the people, and they sayde, Why
haue we this done, and haue let
go out of our seruice?
6 And he made ready his charets, and tooke his people with him,
7 And tooke sixe hundreth chosen charets, and all the charets of
, and captaines ouer euery one of them.
8 (For the Lorde had hardened the heart of Pharaoh king of Egypt, and he
followed after the children of Israel: but the children of Israel went out with
an hie hand)
9 And the Egyptians pursued after them, and all the horses and charets of
Pharaoh, and his horsemen and his hoste ouertooke them camping by the Sea,
beside Pi-hahiroth, before Baal-zephon.
10 And when Pharaoh drew nie, the children of
lift vp their eyes, and beholde, the Egyptians marched after them, and they
were sore afrayde: wherefore the children of
cried vnto the Lorde.
11 And they sayde vnto Moses, Hast thou brought vs to die in the wildernes,
because there were no graues in
? wherefore hast thou serued vs thus, to carie vs out of
12 Did not wee tell thee this thing in
, saying, Let vs be in rest, that we may serue the Egyptians? for it had bene
better for vs to serue the Egyptians, then that wee shoulde dye in the
13 Then Moses sayde to the people, Feare ye not, stand still, and beholde the
saluation of the Lord which he will shew to you this day. For the Egyptians,
whome ye haue seene this day, ye shall neuer see them againe.
14 The Lorde shall fight for you: therefore hold you your peace.
15 And the Lord sayd vnto Moses, Wherefore cryest thou vnto me? speake vnto the
that they go forward:
16 And lift thou vp thy rod, and stretche out thine hand vpon the Sea and deuide
it, and let the children of
goe on drie ground thorow the middes of the Sea.
17 And I, beholde, I will harden the heart of the Egyptians, that they may
followe them, and I wil get me honour vpon Pharaoh, & vpon all his host,
vpon his charets, and vpon his horsemen.
18 Then the Egyptians shall know that I am the Lorde, when I haue gotten me
honour vpon Pharaoh, vpon his charets, & vpon his horsemen.
19 (And the Angel of God, which went before the hoste of Israel, remoued &
went behinde them: also the pillar of the cloude went from before them, and
stoode behinde them,
20 And came betweene the campe of the Egyptians and the campe of Israel: it was
both a cloude and darkenes, yet gaue it light by night, so that all the night
long the one came not at the other)
21 And Moses stretched forth his hande vpon the Sea, & the Lord caused the
sea to runne backe by a strong East winde all the night, & made the Sea dry
land: for the waters were deuided.
22 Then the children of
went through the middes of the Sea vpon the drie ground, and the waters were a
wall vnto them on their right hand, and on their left hand.
23 And the Egyptians pursued and went after them to the middes of the Sea, euen
all Pharaohs horses, his charets, and his horsemen.
24 Nowe in the morning watche, when the Lord looked vnto the hoste of the
Egyptians, out of the firie and cloudie pillar, he strooke the host of the
Egyptians with feare.
25 For he tooke off their charet wheeles, and they draue them with much a doe:
so that the Egyptians euery one sayd, I wil flee from the face of
: for the Lord fighteth for them against the Egyptians.
26 Then the Lord sayde to Moses, Stretche thine hand vpon the Sea, that the
waters may returne vpon the Egyptians, vpon their charets and vpon their
27 Then Moses stretched forth his hand vpon the Sea, and the Sea returned to his
force early in the morning, and the Egyptians fled against it: but the Lord
ouerthrew the Egyptians in the mids of the Sea.
28 So the water returned & couered the charets and the horsemen, euen all
the hoste of Pharaoh that came into the sea after them: there remained not one
29 But the children of Israel walked vpon dry land thorowe the middes of the
Sea, and the waters were a wall vnto them on their right hande, and on their
30 Thus the Lorde saued
the same day out of the hand of the Egyptians, and
sawe the Egyptians dead vpon the Sea banke.
31 And Israel saw the mightie power, which the Lord shewed vpon the Egyptians:
so the people feared the Lord, and beleeued the Lorde, and his seruant Moses.
1 Then sang Moses and the children of
this song vnto the Lord, and sayd in this maner, I will sing vnto the Lorde:
for he hath triumphed gloriously: the horse and him that rode vpon him hath he
ouerthrowen in the Sea.
2 The Lord is my strength and praise, and he is become my saluation. He is my
God, and I will prepare him a tabernacle. he is my fathers God, and I will exalt
3 The Lord is a man of warre, his Name is Iehouah.
4 Pharaohs charets and his host hath he cast into the Sea: his chosen captaines
also were drowned in the red Sea.
5 The depths haue couered them, they sanke to the bottome as a stone.
6 Thy right hande, O Lorde, is glorious in power: thy right hand, O Lorde, hath
brused the enemie.
7 And in thy great glorie thou hast ouerthrowen them that rose against thee:
thou sentest forth thy wrath, which consumed them as the stubble.
8 And by the blast of thy nostrels the waters were gathered, the floods stoode
still as an heape, the depthes congealed together in the heart of the Sea.
9 The enemie sayd, I wil pursue, I wil ouertake them, I will deuide the spoyle,
my lust shall bee satisfied vpon them, I will drawe my sworde, mine hand shall
10 Thou blewest with thy winde, the Sea couered them, they sanke as leade in the
11 Who is like vnto thee, O Lord, among the Gods! Who is like thee so glorious
in holinesse, fearefull in prayses, doing wonders!
12 Thou stretchedst out thy right hande, the earth swallowed them.
13 Thou wilt by thy mercie cary this people, which thou deliueredst: thou wilt
bring them in thy strength vnto thine holy habitation.
14 The people shal heare and be afraide: sorow shal come vpon the inhabitants of
15 Then the dukes of
shalbe amased, & trembling shall come vpon the great men of
: all the inhabitantes of
shall waxe faint hearted.
16 Feare and dread shall fall vpon them: because of the greatnesse of thine arme,
they shalbe stil as a stone, till thy people passe, O Lord: til this people
passe, which thou hast purchased.
17 Thou shalt bring them in, and plant them in the mountaine of thine
inheritance, which is the place that thou hast prepared, O Lord, for to dwell
in, euen the sanctuarie, O Lord, which thine hands shall establish.
18 The Lord shall reigne for euer and euer.
19 For Pharaohs horses went with his charets and horsemen into the Sea, and the
Lorde brought the waters of the Sea vpon them: but the children of
went on drie land in the middes of the Sea.
20 And Miriam the prophetesse, sister of Aaron tooke a timbrell in her hande,
and all the women came out after her with timbrels and daunces.
21 And Miriam answered the men, Sing yee vnto the Lord: for he hath triumphed
gloriously: the horse and his rider hath hee ouerthrowen in the Sea.
22 Then Moses brought
, and they went out into the wildernesse of Shur: and they went three dayes in
the wildernesse, and found no waters.
23 And whe they came to Marah, they could not drinke of the waters of Marah, for
they were bitter: therefore the name of the place was called Marah.
24 Then the people murmured against Moses, saying, What shall we drinke?
25 And he cried vnto the Lord, and the Lord shewed him a tree, which when he had
cast into the waters, the waters were sweete: there he made them an ordinance
and a law, and there he proued them,
26 And sayd, if thou wilt diligently hearken, O Israel, vnto the voyce of the
Lord thy God, and wilt do that, which is right in his sight, and wilt giue eare
vnto his commaundementes, and keepe all his ordinances, then will I put none of
these diseases vpon thee, which I brought vpon the Egyptians: for I am the Lord
that healeth thee.
27 And they came to Elim, where were twelue fountaines of water, and seuentie
palme trees, and they camped thereby the waters.
1 Afterwarde all the Congregation of the children of
departed from Elim, and came to the wildernes of Sin, (which is betweene Elim
and Sinai) the fiftenth day of the second moneth after their departing out of ye
2 And the whole Congregation of the children of
murmured against Moses & against Aaron in the wildernesse.
3 For the children of
sayde to them, Oh that we had dyed by the hand of the Lord in the
, when wee sate by the flesh pots, when wee ate bread our bellies full: for yee
haue brought vs out into this wildernesse, to kill this whole company with
4 Then sayd the Lord vnto Moses, Behold, I wil cause bread to rayne from heauen
to you, & the people shal goe out, and gather that that is sufficient for
euery day, that I may proue them, whether they wil walke in my Law or no.
5 But the sixt daye they shall prepare that, which they shal bring home, and it
shalbe twise as much as they gather dayly.
6 Then Moses and Aaron sayde vnto all the children of
, At euen ye shal know, that the Lord brought you out of the
7 And in the morning ye shall see the glorie of the Lorde: for he hath heard
your grudgings against the Lorde: and what are we that ye haue murmured against
8 Againe Moses sayd, At euen shal the Lord giue you flesh to eate, and in the
morning your fil of bread: for the Lorde hath heard your murmurings, which ye
murmure against him: for what are we? Your murmurings are not against vs, but
against the Lord.
9 And Moses sayd to Aaron, Say vnto all the Congregation of the children of
, Draw neere before the Lorde: for he hath heard your murmurings.
10 Now as Aaron spake vnto the whole Congregation of the children of
, they looked toward the wildernesse, and beholde, the glory of the Lord
appeared in a cloude.
11 (For the Lorde had spoken vnto Moses, saying,
12 I haue heard the murmurings of the children of Israel: tell them therefore,
& say, At euen ye shal eate flesh, and in the morning ye shall be filled
with bread, and ye shall knowe that I am the Lord your God)
13 And so at euen the quailes came and couered the campe: and in the morning the
dewe lay round about the hoste.
14 And when the dewe that was fallen was ascended, beholde, a small round thing
was vpon the face of the wildernes, small as the hoare frost on the earth.
15 And when the children of
sawe it, they sayde one to another, It is MAN, for they wist not what it was;
Moses sayd vnto them, This is the breade which the Lorde hath giuen you to eate.
16 This is the thing which the Lorde hath commanded: gather of it euery man
according to his eating an Omer for a man according to the number of your
persons: euery man shall take for them which are in his tent.
17 And the children of
did so, and gathered, some more, some lesse.
18 And when they did measure it with an Omer, hee that had gathered much, had
nothing ouer, & he that had gathered litle, had no lacke: so euery man
gathered according to his eating.
19 Moses then said vnto them, Let no man reserue thereof till morning.
20 Notwithstanding they obeyed not Moses: but some of them reserued of it till
morning, and it was full of wormes, and stanke: therefore Moses was angrie with
21 And they gathered it euery morning, euery man according to his eating: for
when the heate of the sunne came, it was melted.
22 And the sixt day they gathered twise so much bread, two Omers for one man:
then all the rulers of the Congregation came and told Moses.
23 And he answered them, This is that, which the Lord hath sayde, To morowe is
the rest of the holy Sabbath vnto the Lorde: bake that to day which ye wil bake,
and seethe that which ye wil seethe, and all that remaineth, lay it vp to be
kept till the morning for you.
24 And they laied it vp till the morning, as Moses bade, and it stanke not,
neyther was there any worme therein.
25 Then Moses sayde, Eate that to day: for to day is the Sabbath vnto the Lord:
to day ye shall not finde it in the fielde.
26 Sixe dayes shall yee gather it, but in the seuenth day is the Sabbath: in it
there shalbe none.
27 Notwithstanding, there went out some of the people in ye seuenth day for to
gather, and they found none.
28 And the Lorde sayde vnto Moses, Howe long refuse yee to keepe my
commaundementes, and my lawes?
29 Beholde, howe the Lorde hath giuen you the Sabbath: therefore he giueth you
the sixt day bread for two dayes: tary therefore euery man in his place: let no
man goe out of his place the seuenth day.
30 So the people rested the seuenth day.
31 And the house of
called the name of it, MAN; it was like to coriander seede, but white: and the
taste of it was like vnto wafers made with hony.
32 And Moses said, This is that which the Lord hath commanded, Fill an Omer of
it, to keepe it for your posteritie: that they may see the bread wherewith I
haue fed you in wildernesse, when I brought you out of the
33 Moses also said to Aaron, Take a pot and put an Omer full of MAN therein, and
set it before the Lord to be kept for your posteritie.
34 As the Lord commanded Moses, so Aaron laied it vp before the Testimonie to be
35 And the children of
did eate MAN fourtie yeres, vntill they came vnto a land inhabited: they did
eate MAN vntill they came to the borders of the
36 The Omer is the tenth part of the Ephah.
1 And all the Congregation of the children of
departed from the wildernesse of Sin, by their iourneyes at the commaundement
of the Lord, and camped in Rephidim, where was no water for the people to drinke.
2 Wherefore the people contended with Moses, and sayde, Giue vs water that we
may drinke; Moses sayde vnto them, Why contende yee with me? wherefore do ye
tempt the Lord?
3 So the people thirsted there for water, & the people murmured against
Moses, & said, Wherefore hast thou thus brought vs out of Egypt to kil vs
and our children and our cattel with thirst?
4 And Moses cried to the Lorde, saying, What shal I do to this people? for they
be almost ready to stone me.
5 And ye Lord answered to Moses, Goe before the people, and take with thee of
the Elders of Israel: and thy rod, wherewith thou smotest the riuer, take in
thine hand, and go:
6 Behold, I will stand there before thee vpon the rocke in Horeb, and thou shalt
smite on the rocke, and water shall come out of it, that the people may drinke;
Moses did so in the sight of the Elders of Israel.
7 And he called the name of the place, Massah and Meribah, because of the
contention of the children of
, and because they had tempted the Lorde, saying, Is the Lorde among vs, or no?
8 Then came Amalek and fought with
9 And Moses sayde to Ioshua, Chuse vs out men, and go fight with Amalek: to
morowe I will stande on the toppe of the hill with the rod of God in mine hand.
10 So Ioshua did as Moses bad him, & fought with Amalek: and Moses, Aaron,
and Hur, went vp to the top of the hill.
11 And when Moses helde vp his hande,
preuailed: but when he let his hande downe, Amalek preuailed.
12 Nowe Moses handes were heauy: therefore they tooke a stone and put it vnder
him, and hee sate vpon it: and Aaron and Hur stayed vp his hands, the one on the
one side, and the other on the other side: so his hands were steady vntill the
going downe of the sunne.
13 And Ioshua discomfited Amalek and his people with the edge of the sword.
14 And the Lorde sayde to Moses, Write this for a remembrance in the booke, and
rehearse it to Ioshua: for I will vtterly put out the remembraunce of Amalek
from vnder heauen.
15 (And Moses builte an altar and called the name of it, Iehouah-nissi)
16 Also he said, The Lord hath sworne, that he will haue warre with Amalek from
generation to generation.
1 When Iethro the Priest of Midian Moses father in lawe heard all that God had
done for Moses, and for Israel his people, and howe the Lord had brought Israel
out of Egypt,
2 Then Iethro the father in lawe of Moses, tooke Zipporah Moses wife, (after he
had sent her away)
3 And her two sonnes, (whereof the one was called Gershom: for he sayd, I haue
bene an aliant in a strange land:
4 And the name of the other was Eliezer: for the God of my father, said he, was
mine helpe, & deliuered me from the sword of Pharaoh)
5 And Iethro Moses father in law came with his two sonnes, and his wife vnto
Moses into the wildernes, where he camped by ye mout of God.
6 And he said to Moses, I thy father in law Iethro am come to thee, and thy wife
& her two sonnes with her.
7 And Moses went out to meete his father in law, and did obeisance and kissed
him, and eche asked other of his welfare: and they came into the tent.
8 Then Moses told his father in law all that the Lorde had done vnto Pharaoh,
and to the Egyptians for Israels sake, and all the trauaile that had come vnto
them by the way, and howe the Lord deliuered them.
9 And Iethro reioyced at all the goodnesse, which the Lord had shewed to
, and because he had deliuered them out of the hande of the Egyptians.
10 Therfore Iethro sayd, Blessed be the Lord who hath deliuered you out of the
hande of the Egyptians, and out of the hand of Pharaoh: who hath also deliuered
the people from vnder the hand of the Egyptians.
11 Now I know that the Lord is greater then all the gods: for as they haue dealt
proudly with them, so are they recompensed.
12 Then Iethro Moses father in lawe tooke burnt offerings and sacrifices to
offer vnto God; Aaron & all the Elders of
came to eat bread with Moses father in law before God.
13 Now on the morow, when Moses sate to iudge the people, the people stoode
about Moses from morning vnto euen.
14 And when Moses father in law saw all that he did to the people, he sayde,
What is this that thou doest to the people? why sittest thou thy selfe alone,
and all the people stande about thee from morning vnto euen?
15 And Moses sayd vnto his father in law, Because the people come vnto me to
16 When they haue a matter, they come vnto me, and I iudge betweene one and
another, and declare the ordinances of God, and his lawes.
17 But Moses father in law said vnto him, The thing which thou doest, is not
18 Thou both weariest thy selfe greatly, & this people that is with thee:
for the thing is too heauie for thee: thou art not able to doe it thy selfe
19 Heare nowe my voyce, (I will giue thee counsell, and God shalbe with thee) be
thou for the people to Godwarde, and report thou the causes vnto God,
20 And admonish them of the ordinances, & of the lawes, & shew them the
way, wherein they must walke, and the worke that they must do.
21 Moreouer, prouide thou among al the people men of courage, fearing God, men
dealing truely, hating couetousnesse: and appoynt such ouer them to be rulers
ouer thousandes, rulers ouer hundreths, rulers ouer fifties, and rulers ouer
22 And let them iudge the people at all seasons: but euery great matter let them
bring vnto thee, and let them iudge all small causes: so shall it be easier for
thee, when they shal beare the burden with thee.
23 If thou do this thing, (& God so command thee) both thou shalt be able to
endure, and all this people shal also go quietly to their place.
24 So Moses obeyed the voyce of his father in law, and did all that he had sayd:
25 And Moses chose men of courage out of all Israel, and made them heads ouer
the people, rulers ouer thousandes, rulers ouer hundreths, rulers ouer fifties,
and rulers ouer tennes.
26 And they iudged the people at all seasons, but they brought the hard causes
vnto Moses: for they iudged all small matters themselues.
27 Afterward Moses let his father in law depart, and he went into his countrey.
1 In the third moneth, after the children of
were gone out of the lande of
, the same day came they into the wildernes of Sinai.
2 For they departed from Rephidim, & came to the desart of Sinai, and camped
in the wildernesse: euen there
camped before the mount.
3 But Moses went vp vnto God, for ye Lord had called out of the mount vnto him,
saying, Thus shalt thou say to the house of Iaakob, and tell the children of
4 Ye haue seene what I did vnto the Egyptians, and how I caryed you vpon eagles
wings, and haue brought you vnto me.
5 Now therefore if ye wil heare my voyce in deede, and keepe my couenant, then
ye shalbe my chiefe treasure aboue all people, though all the earth be mine.
6 Yee shall be vnto mee also a kingdome of Priestes, and an holy nation. These
are the words which thou shalt speake vnto the children of
7 Moses then came & called for the Elders of the people, and proposed vnto
them all these things, which the Lord commanded him.
8 And the people answered all together, and sayd, All that the Lord hath
commaunded, we will doe; Moses reported the wordes of the people vnto the Lord.
9 And the Lord sayd vnto Moses, Lo, I come vnto thee in a thicke cloude, that
the people may heare, whiles I talke with thee, and that they may also beleeue
thee for euer. (for Moses had tolde the wordes of the people vnto the Lord)
10 Moreouer, the Lord sayd vnto Moses, Goe to the people, and sanctifie them to
day and to morow, and let them wash their clothes.
11 And let them be ready on the third day: for the thirde day the Lorde will
come downe in the sight of all the people vpon mount Sinai:
12 And thou shalt set markes vnto the people rounde about, saying, Take heede to
your selues that ye goe not vp the mount, nor touche the border of it: whosoeuer
toucheth the mount, shall surely die.
13 No hand shall touche it, but he shalbe stoned to death, or striken through
with darts: whether it be beast or man, he shal not liue: when the horne bloweth
long, they shal come vp into the mountaine.
14 Then Moses went downe from ye
the people, and sanctified the people, and they washed their clothes.
15 And he said vnto the people, Be ready on the third day, and come not at your
16 And the thirde day, when it was morning, there was thunders and lightnings,
and a thicke cloude vpon the mount, and the sounde of the trumpet exceeding
loude, so that all the people, that was in the campe, was afrayde.
17 Then Moses brought the people out of the tents to meete with God, and they
stoode in the nether part of the mount.
18 And mount Sinai was all on smoke, because the Lorde came downe vpon it in
fire, and the smoke therof ascended, as the smoke of a fornace, and all the
mount trembled exceedingly.
19 And when the sound of the trumpet blew long, and waxed louder and louder,
Moses spake, and God answered him by voyce.
20 (For the Lorde came downe vpon mount Sinai on the toppe of the mount) and
when the Lord called Moses vp into the top of the mount, Moses went vp.
21 Then the Lord said vnto Moses, Go down, charge the people, that they breake
not their boundes, to go vp to the Lord to gaze, least many of them perish.
22 And let the Priestes also which come to the Lorde be sanctified, least the
Lorde destroy them.
23 And Moses sayde vnto the Lord, The people can not come vp into the mount
Sinai: for thou hast charged vs, saying, Set markes on the mountaine, and
24 And the Lord sayd vnto him, Go, get thee downe, and come vp, thou, and Aaron
with thee: but let not the Priestes and the people breake their boundes to come
vp vnto the Lord, least he destroy them.
25 So Moses went downe vnto the people, & tolde them.
1 Then God spake all these wordes, saying,
2 I am the Lorde thy God, which haue brought thee out of the land of Egypt, out
of the house of bondage.
3 Thou shalt haue none other Gods before me.
4 Thou shalt make thee no grauen image, neither any similitude of things that
are in heauen aboue, neither that are in the earth beneath, nor that are in the
waters vnder the earth.
5 Thou shalt not bowe downe to them, neither serue them: for I am the Lord thy
God, a ielous God, visiting the iniquitie of the fathers vpon the children, vpon
the third generation and vpon the fourth of them that hate me:
6 And shewing mercie vnto thousandes to them that loue me, & keepe my
7 Thou shalt not take the Name of the Lorde thy God in vaine: for the Lorde will
not hold him guiltles that taketh his Name in vayne.
8 Remember the Sabbath day, to keepe it holy.
9 Sixe dayes shalt thou labour, and doe all thy worke,
10 But the seuenth day is the Sabbath of the Lord thy God: in it thou shalt not
do any worke, thou, nor thy sonne, nor thy daughter, thy man seruant, nor thy
mayde, nor thy beast, nor thy stranger that is within thy gates.
11 For in sixe dayes the Lord made the heauen and the earth, the sea, and all
that in them is, and rested the seuenth day: therefore the Lorde blessed the
Sabbath day, and hallowed it.
12 Honour thy father and thy mother, that thy dayes may be prolonged vpon the
land, which the Lord thy God giueth thee.
13 Thou shalt not kill.
14 Thou shalt not commit adulterie.
15 Thou shalt not steale.
16 Thou shalt not beare false witnes against thy neighbour.
17 Thou shalt not couet thy neighbours house, neither shalt thou couet thy
neighbours wife, nor his man seruant, nor his mayde, nor his oxe, nor his asse,
neyther any thing that is thy neighbours.
18 And all the people sawe the thunders, and the lightnings, & the sound of
the trumpet, and the mountaine smoking & when the people saw it they fled
and stoode afare off,
19 And sayde vnto Moses, Talke thou with vs, and we will heare: but let not God
talke with vs, lest we die.
20 Then Moses sayde vnto the people, Feare not: for God is come to proue you,
& that his feare may be before you, that ye sinne not.
21 So the people stoode afarre off, but Moses drew neere vnto the darkenes where
22 And the Lorde sayde vnto Moses, Thus thou shalt say vnto the children of
, Ye haue seene that I haue talked with you from heauen.
23 Ye shall not make therefore with me gods of siluer, nor gods of golde: you
shall make you none.
24 An altar of earth thou shalt make vnto me, and thereon shalt offer thy burnt
offerings, and thy peace offerings, thy sheepe, and thine oxen: in all places,
where I shall put the remembrance of my Name, I will come vnto thee, and blesse
25 But if thou wilt make mee an altar of stone, thou shalt not buylde it of
hewen stones: for if thou lift vp thy toole vpon them, thou hast polluted them.
26 Neither shalt thou goe vp by steppes vnto mine altar, that thy filthines be
not discouered thereon.
1 Now these are the lawes, which thou shalt set before them:
2 If thou bye an Ebrewe seruant, he shall serue sixe yeres, and in the seuenth
he shal go out free, for nothing.
3 If he came himselfe alone, he shall goe out himselfe alone: if hee were
married, then his wife shall go out with him.
4 If his master haue giuen him a wife, and she hath borne him sonnes or
daughters, he wife and her children shalbe her masters, but he shall goe out
5 But if the seruant saye thus, I loue my master, my wife and my children, I
will not goe out free,
6 Then his master shall bring him vnto the Iudges, & set him to the dore, or
to the poste, and his master shall bore his eare through with a nawle, and he
shall serue him for euer.
7 Likewise if a man sell his daughter to be a seruant, she shal not goe out as
the men seruantes doe.
8 If shee please not her master, who hath betrothed her to him selfe, then shall
hee cause to buy her: hee shall haue no power to sell her to a strange people,
seeing he despised her.
9 But if he hath betrothed her vnto his sonne, he shal deale with her according
to the custome of the daughters.
10 If he take him another wife, he shall not diminish her foode, her rayment,
and recompence of her virginitie.
11 And if he do not these three vnto her, the shall she go out free, paying no
12 He that smiteth a man, and he die, shal dye the death.
13 And if a man hath not layed wayte, but God hath offered him into his hande,
then I wil appoynt thee a place whither he shall flee.
14 But if a man come presumptuously vpon his neighbour to slay him with guile,
thou shalt take him from mine altar, that he may die.
15 Also hee that smiteth his father or his mother, shall die the death.
16 And he that stealeth a man, and selleth him, if it be founde with him, shal
die the death.
17 And hee that curseth his father or his mother, shall die the death.
18 When men also striue together, and one smite another with a stone, or with
the fist, and he die not, but lieth in bed,
19 If hee rise againe and walke without vpon his staffe, then shall he that
smote him go quite, saue onely hee shall beare his charges for his resting, and
shall pay for his healing.
20 And if a man smite his seruant, or his maide with a rod, and he die vnder his
hande, he shalbe surely punished.
21 But if he continue a day, or two dayes, hee shall not be punished: for he is
22 Also if men striue and hurt a woman with childe, so that her childe depart
from her, and death followe not, hee shall bee surely punished according as the
womans husbande shall appoynt him, or he shall pay as the Iudges determine.
23 But if death followe, then thou shalt paye life for life,
24 Eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hande for hand, foote for foote,
25 Burning for burning, wound for wounde, stripe for stripe.
26 And if a man smite his seruant in the eie, or his maide in the eye, and hath
perished it, hee shall let him goe free for his eye.
27 Also if he smite out his seruants tooth, or his maides tooth, he shall let
him goe out free for his tooth.
28 If an oxe gore a man or a woman, that he die, the oxe shalbe stoned to death,
and his flesh shall not be eaten, but the owner of the oxe shall goe quite.
29 If the oxe were wont to push in times past, and it hath bene tolde his
master, and hee hath not kept him, and after he killeth a man or a woman, the
oxe shall be stoned, and his owner shall die also.
30 If there be set to him a summe of mony, then he shal pay the raunsome of his
life, whatsoeuer shalbe laied vpon him.
31 Whether he hath gored a sonne or gored a daughter, he shalbe iudged after the
32 If the oxe gore a seruant or a mayde, hee shal giue vnto their master thirtie
shekels of siluer, and the oxe shalbe stoned.
33 And when a man shall open a well, or when he shall dig a pit and couer it
not, and an oxe or an asse fall therein,
34 The owner of the pit shall make it good, and giue money to the owners
thereof, but the dead beast shalbe his.
35 And if a mans oxe hurt his neighbours oxe that he die, then they shal sel the
liue oxe, & deuide the money thereof, and the dead oxe also they shall
36 Or if it bee knowen that the oxe hath vsed to push in times past, & his
master hath not kept him, he shal pay oxe for oxe, but the dead shall be his
1 If a man steale an oxe or a sheepe, and kill it or sell it, he shal restore
fiue oxen for the oxe, & foure sheepe for the sheepe.
2 If a thiefe bee founde breaking vp, and be smitten that he dye, no blood shall
be shed for him.
3 But if it be in the day light, blood shall be shed for him: for he should make
full restitution: if he had not wherewith, then shoulde he bee solde for his
4 If the theft bee founde with him, aliue, (whether it be oxe, asse, or sheepe)
he shal restore the double.
5 If a man doe hurt fielde, or vineyarde, and put in his beast to feed in an
other mans fielde, he shall recompence of the best of his owne fielde, and of
the best of his owne vineyard.
6 If fire breake out, and catche in ye thornes, and the stackes of corne, or the
standing corne, or the fielde be consumed, he that kindled the fire shall make
7 If a man deliuer his neighbour money or stuffe to keepe, and it be stollen out
of his house, if the thiefe be found, he shall pay the double.
8 If the thiefe be not founde, then the master of the house shalbe brought vnto
the Iudges to sweare, whether he hath put his hande vnto his neighbours good, or
9 In all maner of trespasse, whether it bee for oxen, for asse, for sheepe, for
raiment, or for any maner of lost thing, which an other chalengeth to be his,
the cause of both parties shal come before the iudges, and whom the Iudges
condemne, he shall pay the double vnto his neighbour.
10 If a man deliuer vnto his neighbour to keepe asse, or oxe, or sheepe, or any
beast, and it die, or be hurt, or taken away by enemies, and no man see it,
11 An oth of the Lord shalbe betweene the twaine, that hee hath not put his
hande vnto his neighbours good, and the owner of it shall take the othe, and he
shall not make it good:
12 But if it be stollen fro him, he shal make restitution vnto the owner
13 If it be torne in pieces, he shall bring recorde, and shall not make that
good, which is deuoured.
14 And if a man borow ought of his neighbour, and it be hurt, or els die, the
owner thereof not being by, he shal surely make it good.
15 If the owner thereof bee by, hee shall not make it good: for if it be an
hired thing, it came for his hire.
16 And if a man entise a maide that is not betrothed, and lie with her, hee
shall endowe her, and take her to his wife.
17 If her father refuse to giue her to him, hee shal pay money, according to ye
dowry of virgins.
18 Thou shalt not suffer a witch to liue.
19 Whosoeuer lieth with a beast, shall dye the death.
20 Hee that offereth vnto any gods, saue vnto the Lord onely, shalbe slaine.
21 Moreouer, thou shalt not do iniurie to a stranger, neither oppresse him: for
ye were strangers in the
22 Ye shall not trouble any widowe, nor fatherlesse childe.
23 If thou vexe or trouble such, and so he call and cry vnto me, I will surely
heare his cry.
24 Then shal my wrath be kindled, and I will kill you with the sword, and your
wiues shall be widowes, and your children fatherlesse.
25 If thou lende money to my people, that is, to the poore with thee, thou shalt
not bee as an vsurer vnto him: yee shall not oppresse him with vsurie.
26 If thou take thy neighbours rayment to pledge, thou shalt restore it vnto him
before the sunne go downe:
27 For that is his couering only, and this is his garment for his skin: wherin
shal he sleepe? therefore when he crieth vnto mee, I will heare him: for I am
28 Thou shalt not raile vpon the Iudges, neither speake euil of the ruler of thy
29 Thine abundance and thy licour shalt thou not keepe backe. The first borne of
thy sonnes shalt thou giue me.
30 Likewise shalt thou do with thine oxen & with thy sheepe: seuen dayes it
shall bee with his damme, and the eight day thou shalt giue it me.
31 Ye shalbe an holy people vnto me, neither shall ye eate any flesh that is
torne of beastes in the fielde: ye shall cast it to the dogge.
1 Thou shalt not receiue a false tale, neyther shalt thou put thine hande with
the wicked, to be a false witnes.
2 Thou shalt not followe a multitude to do euil, neither agree in a controuersie
to decline after many and ouerthrowe the trueth.
3 Thou shalt not esteeme a poore man in his cause.
4 If thou meete thine enemies oxe, or his asse going astray, thou shalt bring
him to him againe.
5 If thou see thine enemies asse lying vnder his burden, wilt thou cease to
helpe him? Thou shalt helpe him vp againe with it.
6 Thou shalt not ouerthrowe the right of thy poore in his sute.
7 Thou shalt keepe thee farre fro a false matter, and shalt not slaye the
innocent and the righteous: for I will not iustifie a wicked man.
8 Thou shalt take no gift: for the gift blindeth the wise, and peruerteth the
wordes of the righteous.
9 Thou shalt not oppresse a stranger: for ye knowe the heart of a stranger,
seeing yee were strangers in the
10 Moreouer, sixe yeres thou shalt sowe thy land, and gather the fruites
11 But the seuenth yeere thou shalt let it rest and lie still, that the poore of
thy people may eat, and what they leaue, the beastes of the fielde shal eate. In
like maner thou shalt doe with thy vineyard, and with thine oliue trees.
12 Sixe dayes thou shalt do thy worke, and in the seuenth day thou shalt rest,
that thine oxe, and thine asse may rest, and the sonne of thy maide and the
stranger may be refreshed.
13 And ye shall take heede to all things that I haue sayde vnto you: and ye
shall make no mention of the name of other gods, neither shal it be heard out of
14 Three times thou shalt keepe a feast vnto me in the yeere.
15 Thou shalt keepe the feast of vnleauened bread: thou shalt eate vnleauened
bread seue dayes, as I commaunded thee, in the season of the moneth of Abib: for
in it thou camest out of Egypt: and none shall appeare before me emptie:
16 The feast also of the haruest of the first fruites of thy labours, which thou
hast sowen in the fielde: and the feast of gathering fruites in the ende of the
yere, when thou hast gathered in thy labours out of the fielde.
17 These three times in the yeere shall all thy men children appeare before the
18 Thou shalt not offer the blood of my sacrifice with leauened bread: neyther
shall the fatte of my sacrifice remayne vntill the morning.
19 The first of the first fruites of thy lande thou shalt bring into the house
of the Lorde thy God: yet shalt thou not seeth a kid in his mothers milke.
20 Behold, I send an Angel before thee, to keepe thee in the way, and to bring
thee to the place which I haue prepared.
21 Beware of him, and heare his voyce, and prouoke him not: for he will not
spare your misdeedes, because my name is in him.
22 But if thou hearken vnto his voyce, & do all that I speake, the I wil be
an enemie vnto thine enemies, and will afflict them that afflict thee.
23 For mine Angel shall go before thee, & bring thee vnto the Amorites, and
the Hittites, and the Perizzites, and the Canaanites, the Hiuites, and the
Iebusites, and I will destroy them.
24 Thou shalt not bow downe to their gods, neither serue them, nor doe after the
workes of them: but vtterly ouerthrowe them, and breake in pieces their images.
25 For ye shall serue the Lord your God, and he shall blesse thy bread and thy
water, & I will take all sickenes away from the middes of thee.
26 There shall none cast their fruite nor be baren in thy lande: the number of
thy dayes will I fulfill.
27 I will send my feare before thee, & will destroy all the people among
whome thou shalt go: and I will make all thine enemies turne their backes vnto
28 And I will sende hornets before thee, which shal driue out the Hiuites, the
Canaanites, and the Hittites from thy face.
29 I will not cast them out from thy face in one yeere, least the land grow to a
wildernes: & the beasts of the field multiplie against thee.
30 By litle and litle I will driue them out from thy face, vntill thou increase,
and inherite the lande.
31 And I will make thy coastes from the red sea vnto the sea of the Philistims,
and from the desert vnto the Riuer: for I will deliuer the inhabitants of the
lande into your hande, and thou shalt driue them out from thy face.
32 Thou shalt make no couenant with them, nor with their gods:
33 Neither shall they dwell in thy lande, least they make thee sinne against me:
for if thou serue their gods, surely it shall be thy destruction.
1 Nowe he had said vnto Moses, Come vp to the Lorde, thou, and Aaron, Nadab, and
Abihu, and seuentie of the Elders of Israel, and yee shall worship a farre off.
2 And Moses himselfe alone shal come nere to the Lord, but they shall not come
neere, neither shall the people goe vp with him.
3 Afterwarde Moses came and told the people all the wordes of the Lorde, and all
the lawes: and all the people answered with one voyce, and said, All the things
which the Lorde hath said, will we doe.
4 And Moses wrote all the wordes of the Lord, and rose vp early, and set vp an
altar vnder the mountaine, and twelue pillars according to the twelue tribes of
5 And he sent young men of the children of
, which offered burnt offrings of bieues, and sacrificed peace offrings vnto the
6 Then Moses tooke halfe of the blood, and put it in basens, and halfe of the
blood he sprinckled on the altar.
7 After he tooke the booke of the couenant, and read it in the audience of the
people: who said, All that the Lord hath said, we will do, and be obedient.
8 Then Moses tooke the blood, & sprinkled it on the people, and said,
Behold, the blood of the couenant, which the Lord hath made with you concerning
all these things.
9 Then went vp Moses & Aaron, Nadab, & Abihu, and seuentie of the Elders
10 And they saw the God of Israel, and vnder his feete was as it were a worke of
a Saphir stone, and as the very heauen when it is cleare.
11 And vpon the nobles of the children of
he laide not his hande: also they sawe God, and did eate and drinke.
12 And the Lord said vnto Moses, Come vp to me into the mountaine, and be there,
and I will giue thee tables of stone, and the law and the commandement, which I
haue written, for to teach them.
13 Then Moses rose vp, and his minister Ioshua, and Moses went vp into the
mountaine of God,
14 And said vnto the Elders, Tary vs here, vntill we come againe vnto you: and
beholde, Aaron, and Hur are with you: whosoeuer hath any matters, let him come
15 Then Moses went vp to the mount, and the cloude couered the mountaine,
16 And the glorie of the Lorde abode vpon mount Sinai, and the cloude couered it
sixe dayes: and the seuenth day he called vnto Moses out of the middes of the
17 And the sight of the glorie of the Lorde was like consuming fire on the top
of the moutaine, in the eyes of the children of
18 And Moses entred into the middes of the cloude, and went vp to the mountaine:
and Moses was in the
dayes and fourty nightes.
1 Then the Lorde spake vnto Moses, saying,
2 Speake vnto the children of
, that they receiue an offring for me: of euery man, whose heart giueth it
freely, ye shall take the offring for me.
3 And this is the offring which ye shal take of them, golde, and siluer, and
4 And blewe silke, and purple, and skarlet, and fine linnen, and goates heare,
5 And rammes skinnes coloured red, and the skinnes of badgers, and the wood
6 Oyle for the light, spices for anoynting oyle, and for the perfume of sweete
7 Onix stones, and stones to be set in the Ephod, and in the brest plate.
8 Also they shall make me a Sanctuarie, that I may dwell among them.
9 According to all that I shewe thee, euen so shall ye make the forme of the
Tabernacle, and the facion of all the instruments thereof.
10 They shall make also an Arke of Shittim wood, two cubites and an halfe long,
and a cubite and an halfe broade, and a cubite and an halfe hie.
11 And thou shalt ouerlay it with pure golde: within and without shalt thou
ouerlay it, & shalt make vpon it a crowne of golde rounde about.
12 And thou shalt cast foure rings of golde for it, and put them in the foure
corners thereof: that is, two rings shalbe on the one side of it, and two rings
on the other side thereof.
13 And thou shalt make barres of Shittim wood, and couer them with golde.
14 Then thou shalt put the barres in the rings by the sides of the Arke, to
beare the Arke with them.
15 The barres shalbe in the rings of the Arke: they shall not be taken away from
16 So thou shalt put in the Arke the Testimonie which I shall giue thee.
17 Also thou shalt make a Mercie seate of pure golde, two cubites and an halfe
long, and a cubite and an halfe broade.
18 And thou shalt make two Cherubims of golde: of worke beaten out with the
hammer shalt thou make the at ye two endes of the Merciseate.
19 And the one Cherub shalt thou make at the one ende, and the other Cherub at
the other ende: of the matter of the Mercieseate shall ye make the Cherubims, on
the two endes thereof.
20 And the Cherubims shall stretche their winges on hie, couering the Mercie
seate with their winges, and their faces one to another: to the Mercie seate
warde shal the faces of the Cherubims be.
21 And thou shalt put the Mercieseate aboue vpon the Arke, and in the Arke thou
shalt put the Testimonie, which I will giue thee,
22 And there I will declare my selfe vnto thee, & from aboue ye Mercieseate
betweene ye two Cherubims, which are vpon ye Arke of ye Testimonie, I wil tel
thee al things which I wil giue thee in comandement vnto ye children of Israel.
23 Thou shalt also make a Table of Shittim wood, of two cubites long, and one
cubite broade, and a cubite and an halfe hie:
24 And thou shalt couer it with pure gold, & make thereto a crowne of golde
25 Thou shalt also make vnto it a border of foure fingers roud about and thou
shalt make a golden crowne round about the border thereof.
26 After, thou shalt make for it foure ringes of golde, and shalt put the rings
in the foure corners that are in the foure feete thereof:
27 Ouer against the border shall the rings be for places for barres, to beare
28 And thou shalt make the barres of Shittim wood, and shalt ouerlay them with
golde, that the Table may be borne with them.
29 Thou shalt make also dishes for it, and incense cuppes for it, and couerings
for it, & goblets, wherewith it shall be couered, euen of fine golde shalt
thou make them.
30 And thou shalt set vpon the Table shewe bread before me continually.
31 Also thou shalt make a Candlesticke of pure golde: of worke beaten out with
the hammer shall the Candlesticke be made, his shaft, & his branches, his
boules, his knops: and his floures shalbe of the same.
32 Six braunches also shall come out of the sides of it: three branches of the
Candlesticke out of the one side of it, & three branches of the Candlesticke
out of the other side of it.
33 Three boules like vnto almondes, one knop and one floure in one braunch: and
three boules like almondes in the other branch, one knop and one floure: so
throughout the sixe branches that come out of the Candlesticke.
34 And in the shaft of the Candlesticke shalbe foure boules like vnto almondes,
his knops & his floures.
35 And there shalbe a knop vnder two branches made thereof: and a knop vnder two
branches made thereof: and a knop vnder two branches made thereof, according to
the sixe branches comming out of the Candlesticke.
36 Their knops and their branches shall bee thereof. all this shalbe one beaten
worke of pure golde.
37 And thou shalt make the seuen lampes thereof: and the lampes thereof shalt
thou put theron, to giue light toward that that is before it.
38 Also the snuffers and snuffedishes thereof shalbe of pure golde.
39 Of a talent of fine gold shalt thou make it with all these instruments.
40 Looke therefore that thou make them after their facion, that was shewed thee
in the mountaine.
1 Afterwarde thou shalt make the Tabernacle with tenne curtaines of fine twined
linen, and blewe silke, and purple, and skarlet: and in them thou shalt make
Cherubims of broydered worke.
2 The length of one curtaine shalbe eight and twentie cubites, and the bredth of
one curtaine, foure cubites: euery one of the curtaines shall haue one measure.
3 Fiue curtaines shalbe coupled one to an other: and the other fiue curtaines
shall be coupled one to another.
4 And thou shalt make stringes of blew silke vpon the edge of the one curtaine,
which is in the seluedge of the coupling: and likewise shalt thou make in the
edge of the other curtaine in the seluedge, in the second coupling.
5 Fiftie strings shalt thou make in one curtaine, and fiftie stringes shalt thou
make in the edge of the curtaine, which is in the second coupling: ye stringes
shalbe one right against another.
6 Thou shalt make also fiftie taches of gold, and couple the curtaines one to
another with the taches, and it shalbe one tabernacle.
7 Also thou shalt make curtaines of goates heare, to be a couering vpon the
Tabernacle: thou shalt make them to the number of eleuen curtaines.
8 The length of a curtaine shall be thirtie cubites, and the breadth of a
curtaine foure cubites: the eleuen curtaines shalbe of one measure.
9 And thou shalt couple fiue curtaynes by themselues, and the sixe curtaines by
themselues: but thou shalt double the sixt curtaine vpon the forefront of the
10 And thou shalt make fifty stringes in the edge of one curtayne, in the
seluedge of the coupling, and fifty stringes in the edge of the other curtaine
in the second coupling.
11 Likewise thou shalt make fifty taches of brasse, & fasten them on the
strings, & shalt couple the couering together, that it may be one.
12 And the remnant that resteth in ye curtaines of the couering, euen the halfe
curtaine that resteth, shalbe left at the backeside of the Tabernacle,
13 That the cubite on the one side, & the cubite on the other side of that
which is left in the legth of the curtaines of ye couering, may remaine on
either side of the Tabernacle to couer it.
14 Moreouer, for that couering thou shalt make a couering of rammes skinnes died
red, and a couering of badgers skinnes aboue.
15 Also thou shalt make boards for the Tabernacle of Shittim wood to stand vp.
16 Ten cubites shalbe the length of a boarde, and a cubite and an halfe cubite
the breadth of one boarde.
17 Two tenons shalbe in one boarde set in order as the feete of a ladder, one
against an other: thus shalt thou make for all the boardes of the Tabernacle.
18 And thou shalt make boardes for the Tabernacle, euen twenty boardes on the
South side, euen full South.
19 And thou shalt make fourty sockets of siluer vnder the twentie boardes, two
sockets vnder one boarde for his two tenons, and two sockets vnder an other
boarde for his two tenons.
20 In like maner on the other side of the Tabernacle towarde the North side
shalbe twentie boardes,
21 And their fourtie sockets of siluer, two sockets vnder one boarde, and two
sockets vnder another board.
22 And on the side of the Tabernacle, toward the West shalt thou make sixe
23 Also two boardes shalt thou make in the corners of the Tabernacle in the two
24 Also they shalbe ioyned beneath, & likewise they shalbe ioyned aboue to a
ring: thus shal it be for them two: they shalbe for ye two corners.
25 So they shalbe eight boardes hauing sockets of siluer, euen sixteene sockets,
that is, two sockets vnder one board, and two sockets vnder an other boarde.
26 The thou shalt make fiue barres of Shittim wood for the boardes of one side
of the Tabernacle,
27 And fiue barres for the boardes of the other side of the Tabernacle: also
fiue barres for the boardes of the side of the Tabernacle toward the Westside.
28 And the middle barre shall goe through the middes of the boards, from ende to
29 And thou shalt couer the boards with golde, and make their rings of golde,
for places for the barres, & thou shalt couer the barres with golde.
30 So thou shalt reare vp the Tabernacle, according to the facion thereof, which
was shewed thee in the mount.
31 Moreouer, thou shalt make a vaile of blewe silke, and purple, and skarlet,
and fine twined linen: thou shalt make it of broydred worke with Cherubims.
32 And thou shalt hang it vpo foure pillers of Shittim wood couered with gold,
(whose hookes shalbe of gold) stading vpo foure sockets of siluer.
33 Afterward thou shalt hang the vaile on the hookes, that thou mayest bring in
thither, that is (within the vaile) the arke of the Testimonie: and the vaile
shall make you a separation betweene the Holy place and the most holy place.
34 Also thou shalt put ye Mercy seate vpon the Arke of the testimonie in the
most Holy place.
35 And thou shalt set the Table without the vaile, & the Candlesticke ouer
against the Table on the Southside of the Tabernacle, and thou shalt set the
Table on the Northside.
36 Also thou shalt make an hanging for the dore of ye Tabernacle of blew silke,
& purple, & skarlet, & fine twined linen wrought with needle.
37 And thou shalt make for the hanging fiue pillers of Shittim, and couer them
with gold: their heads shalbe of golde, and thou shalt cast fiue sockets of
brasse for them.
1 Moreouer thou shalt make the altar of Shittim wood, fiue cubites long and fiue
cubites broade (the altar shall be foure square) and the height thereof three
2 And thou shalt make it hornes in the foure corners thereof: the hornes shalbe
of it selfe, and thou shalt couer it with brasse.
3 Also thou shalt make his ashpannes for his ashes and his besoms, and his
basens, and his flesh-hookes, and his censers: thou shalt make all the
instruments thereof of brasse.
4 And thou shalt make vnto it a grate like networke of brasse: also vpon that
grate shalt thou make foure brasen rings vpon the foure corners thereof.
5 And thou shalt put it vnder the compasse of the altar beneath, that the grate
may be in the middes of the altar.
6 Also thou shalt make barres for the altar, barres, I say, of Shittim wood, and
shalt couer them with brasse.
7 And the barres thereof shalbe put in the rings, the which barres shalbe vpon
the two sides of the altar to beare it.
8 Thou shalt make the altar holowe betwene the boardes: as God shewed thee in
the mount, so shall they make it.
9 Also thou shalt make the court of the Tabernacle in the Southside, euen full
South: the court shall haue curtaines of fine twined linnen, of an hundreth
cubites long, for one side,
10 And it shal haue twentie pillars, with their twentie sockets of brasse: the
heades of the pillars, and their filets shalbe siluer.
11 Likewise on the Northside in length there shalbe hangings of an hundreth
cubites long, and the twentie pillars thereof with their twentie sockets of
brasse: the heades of the pillars and the filets shalbe siluer.
12 And the breadth of the court on the Westside shall haue curtaines of fiftie
cubites, with their ten pillars and their ten sockets.
13 And the breadth of the court, Eastwarde full East shall haue fiftie cubites.
14 Also hangings of fifteene cubites shalbe on the one side with their three
pillars and their three sockets.
15 Likewise on the other side shalbe hangings of fifteene cubites, with their
three pillars & their three sockets.
16 And in the gate of the court shalbe a vaile of twentie cubites, of blewe
silke, and purple, and skarlet, and fine twined linen wrought with needle, with
the foure pillars thereof and their foure sockets.
17 All the pillars of the court shal haue filets of siluer round about, with
their heads of siluer, and their sockets of brasse.
18 The length of the court shalbe an hundreth cubites, and the breadth fiftie at
either ende, & the height fiue cubites, and the hangings of fine twined
linen, and their sockets of brasse.
19 Al the vessels of the Tabernacle for al maner seruice thereof, and all the
pinnes thereof, and all the pinnes of the court shalbe brasse.
20 And thou shalt commande the children of
, that they bring vnto thee pure oyle oliue beaten, for the light, that the
lampes may alway burne.
21 In the Tabernacle of the Congregation without the vaile, which is before the
Testimony, shall Aaron and his sonnes dresse them from euening to morning before
the Lorde, for a statute for euer vnto their generations, to be obserued by the
1 And cause thou thy brother Aaron to come vnto thee and his sonnes with him,
from among the children of
, that he may serue me in the Priestes office: I meane Aaron, Nadab, and Abihu,
Eleazar, and Ithamar Aarons sonnes.
2 Also thou shalt make holy garments for Aaron thy brother, glorious and
3 Therefore thou shalt speake vnto al cunning men, whome I haue filled with the
spirite of wisedome, that they make Aarons garments to consecrate him, that he
may serue me in the Priestes office.
4 Nowe these shall be the garments, which they shall make, a
plate, and an Ephod, and a robe, and a broydred coate, a miter, and a girdle.
so these holy garments shall they make for Aaron thy brother, and for his sonnes,
that he may serue me in the Priests office.
5 Therefore they shall take golde, and blew silke, and purple, and skarlet, and
6 And they shal make the Ephod of gold, blewe silke, and purple, skarlet, and
fine twined linen of broydred worke.
7 The two shoulders thereof shalbe ioyned together by their two edges: so shall
it be closed.
8 And the embroydred garde of the same Ephod, which shalbe vpon him, shall be of
the selfe same worke and stuffe, euen of golde, blewe silke, and purple, &
skarlet, & fine twined linen.
9 And thou shalt take two onix stones, and graue vpon them the names of the
10 Sixe names of them vpon the one stone, and the sixe names that remaine, vpon
the seconde stone, according to their generations.
11 Thou shalt cause to graue the two stones according to the names of the
by a grauer of signets, that worketh and graueth in stone, and shalt make them
to be set and embossed in golde.
12 And thou shalt put the two stones vpon the shoulders of the Ephod, as stones
of remebrance of the children of
: for Aaron shall beare their names before the Lorde vpon his two shoulders for
13 So thou shalt make bosses of golde,
14 And two cheynes of fine golde at the ende, of wrethed worke shalt thou make
them, and shalt fasten the wrethed cheynes vpon the bosses.
15 Also thou shalt make the
plate of iudgement with broydred worke: like the worke of the Ephod shalt thou
make it: of gold, blewe silke, and purple, and skarlet, and fine twined linen
shalt thou make it.
16 Foure square it shall be and double, an hand bredth long and an hand bredth
17 Then thou shalt set it full of places for stones, euen foure rowes of stones:
the order shalbe this, a rubie, a topaze, and a carbuncle in the first rowe.
18 And in the seconde rowe thou shalt set an emeraude, a saphir, and a diamonde.
19 And in the third rowe a turkeis, an achate, and an hematite.
20 And in the fourth rowe a chrysolite, an onix, and a iasper: and they shall be
set in golde in their embossements.
21 And the stones shall be according to the names of the children of
, twelue, according to their names, grauen as signets, euerye one after his
name, and they shall bee for the twelue tribes.
22 Then thou shalt make vpon the breast plate two cheines at the endes of
wrethen worke of pure golde.
23 Thou shalt make also vpon the
plate two rings of golde, and put the two rings on the two endes of the
24 And thou shalt put the two wrethen chaynes of golde in the two rings in the
endes of the
25 And the other two endes of the two wrethen cheines, thou shalt fasten in ye
two embossements, and shalt put them vpon the shoulders of the Ephod on the
foreside of it.
26 Also thou shalt make two rings of gold, which thou shalt put in the two other
endes of the brest plate, vpon the border thereof, towarde the inside of the
27 And two other rings of golde thou shalt make, and put them on the two sides
of the Ephod, beneath in the forepart of it ouer against the coupling of it vpon
the broydred garde of the Ephod.
28 Thus they shall binde the
plate by his rings vnto the rings of the Ephod, with a lace of blewe silke,
that it may be fast vpon the broydred garde of the Ephod, and that the
plate be not loosed from the Ephod.
29 So Aaron shall beare the names of the children of
plate of iudgement vpon his heart, when he goeth into the holy place, for a
remembrance continually before the Lorde.
30 Also thou shalt put in the
plate of iudgement the Vrim and the Thummim, which shalbe vpon Aarons heart,
when he goeth in before the Lord: and Aaron shall beare the iudgement of the
vpon his heart before the Lord continually.
31 And thou shalt make the robe of the Ephod altogether of blewe silke.
32 And the hole for his head shalbe in the middes of it, hauing an edge of wouen
woorke rounde about the coller of it: so it shalbe as the coller of an habergeon
that it rent not.
33 And beneath vpon the skirtes thereof thou shalt make pomegranates of blew
silke, and purple, & skarlet, round about the skirts thereof, and belles of
gold betweene them round about:
34 That is, a golden bell and a pomegranate, a golden bell and a pomegranate
rounde about vpon the skirtes of the robe.
35 So it shalbe vpon Aaron, when he ministreth, and his sound shalbe heard, when
he goeth into the holy place before the Lorde, and when he commeth out, and he
shall not dye.
36 Also thou shalt make a plate of pure golde, and graue thereon, as signets are
grauen, Holines To The Lord,
37 And thou shalt put it on a blew silke lace, and it shalbe vpon the miter:
euen vpon the fore front of the miter shall it be.
38 So it shalbe vpon Aarons forehead, that Aaron may beare the iniquitie of the
offrings, which the children of
shall offer in all their holy offrings: and it shall be alwayes vpon his
forehead, to make them acceptable before the Lorde.
39 Likewise thou shalt embroyder the fine line coat, & thou shalt make a
miter of fine line, but thou shalt make a girdell of needle worke.
40 Also thou shalt make for Aarons sonnes coates, & thou shalt make the
girdels, & bonets shalt thou make them for glorie & comelinesse.
41 And thou shalt put them vpon Aaron thy brother, and on his sonnes with him,
and shalt anoint them, and fill their handes, and sanctifie them, that they may
minister vnto me in the Priestes office.
42 Thou shalt also make them linen breeches to couer their priuities: from the
loynes vnto the thighs shall they reache.
43 And they shalbe for Aaron & his sonnes when they come into the Tabernacle
of the Congregation, or whe they come vnto the altar to minister in the holy
place, that they commit not iniquitie, and so die. This shalbe a lawe for euer
vnto him and to his seede after him.
1 This thing also shalt thou do vnto them whe thou consecratest them to be my
Priestes, Take a yong calfe, & two rams wtout blemish,
2 And vnleauened bread and cakes vnleauened tempered with oyle, and wafers
vnleauened anoynted with oyle: (of fine wheate flowre shalt thou make them)
3 Then thou shalt put them in one basket, and present them in the basket with
the calfe and the two rammes,
4 And shalt bring Aaron and his sonnes vnto the doore of the Tabernacle of the
Congregation, and wash them with water.
5 Also thou shalt take the garments, and put vpon Aaron the tunicle, and the
robe of the Ephod, and the Ephod, and the
plate, and shalt close them to him with the broidred garde of the Ephod.
6 Then thou shalt put the miter vpon his head, & shalt put the holy crowne
vpon ye miter.
7 And thou shalt take the anoynting oyle, and shalt powre vpon his head, and
8 And thou shalt bring his sonnes, and put coates vpon them,
9 And shalt girde them with girdles, both Aaron and his sonnes: and shalt put
the bonets on them, and the Priestes office shalbe theirs for a perpetuall lawe:
thou shalt also fill the hands of Aaron, and the hands of his sonnes.
10 After, thou shalt present the calfe before the Tabernacle of the
Congregation, and Aaron and his sonnes shall put their handes vpon the head of
11 So thou shalt kill the calfe before the Lord, at the doore of the Tabernacle
of the Congregation.
12 Then thou shalt take of the blood of the calfe, and put it vpon the hornes of
the altar with thy finger, and shalt powre al the rest of the blood at the foote
of the altar.
13 Also thou shalt take all the fat that couereth the inwardes, and the kall,
that is on the liuer, and the two kidneis, and the fat that is vpon them, and
shalt burne them vpon the altar.
14 But the flesh of the calfe, and his skin, and his doung shalt thou burne with
fire without the hoste: it is a sinne offring.
15 Thou shalt also take one ramme, and Aron and his sonnes shall put their hands
vpon the head of the ramme.
16 Then thou shalt kil the ramme, & take his blood, & sprinkle it round
about vpon the altar,
17 And thou shalt cut the ramme in pieces, and wash the inwards of him and his
legges, and shalt put them vpon the pieces thereof, and vpon his head.
18 So thou shalt burne the whole ram vpon the altar: for it is a burnt offering
vnto the Lord for a sweete sauour: it is an offering made by fire vnto the Lord.
19 And thou shalt take the other ramme, & Aaron and his sonnes shall put
their handes vpon the head of the ramme.
20 Then thou shalt kill the ramme, & take of his blood and put it vpon the
lappe of Aarons eare, and vpon the lappe of the right eare of his sonnes, and
vpon the thumbe of their right hand, and vpon the great toe of their right foote,
and shalt sprinkle the blood vpon ye altar roud about.
21 And thou shalt take of the blood that is vpon the altar, and of the anoynting
oyle, and shalt sprinkle it vpon Aaron, and vpon his garments, and vpon his
sonnes, and vpon the garments of his sonnes with him: so he shall be halowed,
and his clothes, and his sonnes, and the garments of his sonnes with him.
22 Also thou shalt take of the rammes ye fatte & the rumpe, euen the fat
that couereth the inwards, and the kall of the liuer, and the two kidneis, and
the fat that is vpon them, & the ryght shoulder, (for it is the ramme of
23 And one loafe of bread, and one cake of bread tempered with oyle, and one
wafer, out of the basket of the vnleauened bread that is before the Lorde.
24 And thou shalt put al this in the handes of Aaron, and in the handes of his
sonnes, and shalt shake them to and fro before the Lorde.
25 Againe, thou shalt receyue them of their handes, & burne them vpon the
altar besides the burnt offring for a sweete sauour before ye Lord: for this is
an offering made by fire vnto the Lord.
26 Likewise thou shalt take the
of the ram of the consecration, which is for Aaron, and shalt shake it to and
fro before the Lord and it shalbe thy part.
27 And thou shalt sanctifie the
of the shaken offering, and the shoulder of the heaue offering, which was
shaken to and fro, and which was heaued vp of the ramme of the consecration,
which was for Aaro, & which was for his sonnes.
28 And Aaron and his sonnes shall haue it by a statute for euer, of the children
: for it is an heaue offering, and it shal be an heaue offering of the children
, of their peace offerings, euen their heaue offering to the Lord.
29 And the holy garmets, which apperteine to Aaron, shall bee his sonnes after
him, to bee anoynted therein, and to bee consecrate therein.
30 That sonne that shalbe Priest in his steade, shall put them on seuen dayes,
when he commeth into the Tabernacle of the Congregation to minister in the holy
31 So thou shalt take the ram of the consecration, and seeth his flesh in the
32 And Aaron and his sonnes shall eate the flesh of the ram, & the bread
that is in the basket, at the doore of ye Tabernacle of ye Congregation.
33 So they shall eate these thinges, whereby their attonement was made, to
consecrate them, and to sanctifie them: but a stranger shall not eate thereof,
because they are holy things.
34 Now if ought of the flesh of the consecration, or of the bread remaine vnto
the morning, then thou shalt burne the rest with fire: it shall not be eaten,
because it is an holie thing.
35 Therefore shalt thou doe thus vnto Aaron & vnto his sonnes, according to
all things, which I haue commanded thee: seuen dayes shalt thou consecrate them,
36 And shalt offer euery day a calfe for a sinne offring, for reconciliation:
and thou shalt cleanse the altar, when thou hast offred vpon it for
reconciliation, and shalt annoynt it, to sanctifie it.
37 Seuen dayes shalt thou cleanse the altar, & sanctifie it, so the altar
shalbe most holy: and whatsoeuer toucheth the altar, shalbe holy.
38 Nowe this is that which thou shalt present vpon the altar: euen two lambes of
one yere olde, day by day continually.
39 The one lambe thou shalt present in the morning, and the other lambe thou
shalt present at euen.
40 And with the one lambe, a tenth part of fine floure mingled with the fourth
part of an Hin of beaten oyle, and the fourth part of an Hin of wine, for a
41 And the other lambe thou shalt present at euen: thou shalt doe thereto
according to the offring of the morning, and according to the drinke offring
thereof, to be a burnt offring for a sweete sauour vnto, the Lorde.
42 This shalbe a continuall burnt offring in your generations at the doore of
the Tabernacle of the Congregation before the Lord, where I wil make appoyntment
with you, to speake there vnto thee.
43 There I will appoynt with the children of
, and the place shall bee sanctified by my glorie.
44 And I will sanctifie the Tabernacle of the Congregation and the altar: I will
sanctifie also Aaron & his sonnes to be my Priests,
45 And I will dwell among the children of
, and will bee their God.
46 Then shall they knowe that I am ye Lord their God, that brought them out of
the lande of
, that I might dwell among them: I am the Lord their God.
1 Fvrthermore thou shalt make an altar for sweete perfume, of Shittim wood thou
shalt make it.
2 The length therof a cubite and the breadth thereof a cubite (it shalbe foure
square) and the height thereof two cubites: the hornes thereof shalbe of the
3 And thou shalt ouerlay it with fine golde, both the toppe therof and the sides
thereof round about, and his hornes: also thou shalt make vnto it a crowne of
gold round about.
4 Besides this thou shalt make vnder this crowne two golden rings on either
side: euen on euery side shalt thou make them, that they may be as places for
the barres to beare it withall.
5 The which barres thou shalt make of Shittim wood, and shalt couer them with
6 After thou shalt set it before the vaile, that is neere the Arke of Testimonie,
before the Merciseate that is vpon the Testimonie, where I will appoynt with
7 And Aaron shall burne thereon sweete incense euery morning: when hee dresseth
the lampes thereof, shall he burne it.
8 Likewise at eue, when Aaron setteth vp the lampes thereof, he shall burne
incense: this perfume shalbe perpetually before ye Lord, throughout your
9 Ye shall offer no strange incense thereon, nor burnt sacrifice, nor offring,
neither powre any drinke offring thereon.
10 And Aaron shall make reconciliation vpon the hornes of it once in a yere with
the blood of the sinne offring in the day of reconciliation: once in the yeere
shall hee make reconciliation vpon it throughout your generations: this is most
holy vnto the Lord.
11 Afterward the Lord spake vnto Moses, saying,
12 When thou takest the summe of the children of Israel after their nomber, then
they shall giue euery man a redemption of his life vnto the Lord, when thou
tellest them, that there bee no plague among the when thou countest them.
13 This shall euery man giue, that goeth into the nomber, halfe a shekel, after
the shekel of the Sanctuarie: ( a shekel is twentie gerahs) the halfe shekel
shalbe an offring to the Lord.
14 All that are nombred from twentie yeere olde and aboue, shall giue an offring
to the Lord.
15 The rich shall not passe, and the poore shall not diminish from halfe a
shekel, when ye shall giue an offring vnto the Lorde, for the redemption of your
16 So thou shalt take the money of the redemption of the children of
, and shalt put it vnto the vse of the Tabernacle of the Congregation, that it
may be a memoriall vnto the children of
before the Lorde for the redemption of your liues.
17 Also the Lord spake vnto Moses, saying,
18 Thou shalt also make a lauer of brasse, and his foote of brasse to wash, and
shalt put it betweene the Tabernacle of the Congregation and the Altar, and
shalt put water therein.
19 For Aaron and his sonnes shall wash their hands and their feete thereat.
20 When they go into the Tabernacle of the Congregation, or when they goe vnto
the Altar to minister and to make the perfume of ye burnt offring to the Lorde,
they shall wash themselues with water, lest they die.
21 So they shall wash their handes and their feete that they die not: and this
shall be to them an ordinance for euer, both vnto him and to his seede
throughout their generations.
22 Also the Lord spake vnto Moses, saying,
23 Take thou also vnto thee, principall spices of the most pure myrrhe fiue
hundreth shekels, of sweete cinamon halfe so much, that is, two hundreth and
fiftie, and of sweete calamus, two hundreth, and fiftie:
24 Also of cassia fiue hundreth, after the shekel of the Sanctuarie, & of
oyle oliue an Hin.
25 So thou shalt make of it the oyle of holie oyntment, euen a most precious
oyntment after the arte of the Apothecarie: this shalbe the oyle of holy
26 And thou shalt anoynt the Tabernacle of the Congregation therewith, and the
Arke of the Testimonie:
27 Also the Table, & al the instruments thereof, and the Candlesticke, with
all the instruments thereof, and the altar of incense:
28 Also the Altar of burnt offring with al his instruments, and the lauer and
29 So thou shalt sanctifie them, & they shalbe most holy: all that shal
touch them, shalbe holy.
30 Thou shalt also anoint Aaron & his sonnes, & shalt consecrate them,
that they may minister vnto me in the Priests office.
31 Moreouer thou shalt speake vnto the children of
, saying, This shalbe an holy oynting oyle vnto me, throughout your generations.
32 None shal anoynt, mans flesh therewith, neither shall ye make any composition
like vnto it: for it is holy, and shalbe holy vnto you.
33 Whosoeuer shal make the like oyntment, or whosoeuer shal put any of it vpon a
stranger, euen he shalbe cut off from his people.
34 And the Lord sayd vnto Moses, Take vnto thee these spices, pure myrrhe and
cleare gumme and galbanum, these odours with pure frankincense, of eche like
35 Then thou shalt make of them perfume composed after the arte of the
apothecarie, mingled together, pure and holy.
36 And thou shalt beate it to pouder, & shalt put of it before the Arke of
the Testimonie in the Tabernacle of ye Cogregatio, where I wil make appointmet
with thee: it shalbe vnto you most holy.
37 And ye shal not make vnto you any compositio like this perfume, which thou
shalt make: it shalbe vnto thee holy for the Lord.
38 Whosoeuer shal make like vnto that to smell thereto, euen he shalbe cut off
from his people.
1 And the Lord spake vnto Moses, saying,
2 Behold, I haue called by name, Bezaleel the sonne of Vri, the sonne of Hur of
the tribe of Iudah,
3 Whom I haue filled with the Spirit of God, in wisedome, and in vnderstanding
and in knowledge and in all workmanship:
4 To finde out curious workes to worke in golde, and in siluer, and in brasse,
5 Also in the arte to set stones, & to carue in timber, & to worke in
all maner of workmaship.
6 And behold, I haue ioyned with him Aholiab the sonne of Ahisamach of the tribe
of Dan, & in the hearts of all that are wise hearted, haue I put wisdome to
make all that I haue commanded thee:
7 That is, the Tabernacle of the Congregation, and the Arke of the Testimonie,
& the Merciseate that shalbe therupon, with all instruments of the
8 Also the Table & the instruments thereof, and the pure Candlesticke with
all his instruments, and the Altar of perfume:
9 Likewise the Altar of burnt offring with al his instruments, and the Lauer
with his foote:
10 Also the garments of the ministration, & ye holy garments for Aaron ye
Priest, & the garmets of his sonnes, to minister in the Priestes office,
11 And the anoynting oyle, and sweete perfume for the Sanctuarie: according to
all that I haue commanded thee, shal they do.
12 Afterwarde the Lord spake vnto Moses, saying,
13 Speake thou also vnto the children of
, and say, Notwithstanding keepe yee my Sabbaths: for it is a signe betweene me
and you in your generations, that ye may know that I the Lord do sanctifie you.
14 Ye shall therefore keepe the Sabbath: for it is holy vnto you: he that
defileth it, shal die the death: therefore whosoeuer worketh therin, the same
person shalbe euen cut off from among his people.
15 Sixe dayes shall men worke, but in the seuenth day is the Sabbath of the holy
rest to the Lord: whosoeuer doeth any worke in the Sabbath day, shall dye the
16 Wherfore the children of
shal keepe the Sabbath, that they may obserue the rest throughout their
generations for an euerlasting couenant.
17 It is a signe betweene me and the children of
for euer: for in sixe dayes the Lorde made the heauen and the earth, & in
the seuenth day he ceased, and rested.
18 Thus (when the Lord had made an ende of communing with Moses vpon mount
Sinai) he gaue him two Tables of the Testimonie, euen tables of stone, written
with the finger of God.
1 Bvt when the people sawe, that Moses taryed long or he came downe from the
mountaine, the people gathered themselues together against Aaron, and sayde vnto
him, Vp, make vs gods to goe before vs: for of this Moses (the man that brought
vs out of the land of Egypt) we knowe not what is become of him.
2 And Aaron said vnto them, Plucke off the golden earings, which are in the
eares of your wiues, of your sonnes, and of your daughters, and bring them vnto
3 Then all ye people pluckt fro them selues the golden earings, which were in
their eares, and they brought them vnto Aaron.
4 Who receiued them at their handes, and facioned it with the grauing toole,
& made of it a molte calfe: then they said, These be thy gods, O Israel,
which brought thee out of ye lad of Egypt
5 When Aaron sawe that, he made an Altar before it: and Aaron proclaimed,
saying, To morow shalbe the holy day of the Lord.
6 So they rose vp the next day in the morning, and offred burnt offerings, &
brought peace offrings: also the people sate them downe to eate and drinke, and
rose vp to play.
7 Then the Lord said vnto Moses, Go, get thee downe: for thy people which thou
hast brought out of the
, hath corrupted their wayes.
8 They are soone turned out of the way, which I commanded them: for they haue
made them a molten calfe and haue worshipped it, and haue offered thereto,
saying, These be thy gods, O Israel, which haue brought thee out of the lande of
9 Againe the Lord said vnto Moses, I haue seene this people, and beholde, it is
a stiffe necked people.
10 Nowe therefore let mee alone, that my wrath may waxe hote against them, for I
wil consume the: but I wil make of thee a mighty people.
11 But Moses praied vnto the Lord his God, and said, O Lord, why doeth thy wrath
waxe hote against thy people, which thou hast brought out of the lande of
, with great power and with a mightie hand?
12 Wherefore shall the Egyptians speake, and say, He hath brought them out
maliciously for to slay them in the mountaines, and to consume them from the
earth? turne from thy fearce wrath, and change thy minde from this euill towarde
13 Remember Abraham, Izhak, and
thy seruants, to whom thou swarest by thine owne selfe, and saydest vnto them,
I wil multiply your seede, as the starres of the heauen, & all this land,
that I haue spoken of, wil I giue vnto your seede, and they shal inherit it for
14 Then the Lord changed his minde fro the euil, which he threatned to do vnto
15 So Moses returned and went downe from the mountaine with the two Tables of
the Testimonie in his hande: the Tables were written on both their sides, euen
on the one side and on the other were they written.
16 And these Tables were the worke of God, and this writing was the writing of
God grauen in the Tables.
17 And when Ioshua heard the noyse of the people, as they shouted, he said vnto
Moses, There is a noyse of warre in the hoste.
18 Who answered, It is not the noyse of them that haue the victorie, nor the
noyse of them that are ouercome: but I do heare ye noyse of singing.
19 Nowe, as soone as he came neere vnto the hoste, he sawe the calfe and the
dancing: so Moses wrath waxed hote, and he cast the Tables out of his handes,
and brake them in pieces beneath the mountaine.
20 After, he tooke the calfe, which they had made, and burned it in the fire,
and ground it vnto powder, and strowed it vpon the water, & made the
drinke of it.
21 Also Moses said vnto Aaron, What did this people vnto thee, that thou hast
brought so great a sinne vpon them?
22 Then Aaron answered, Let not the wrath of my Lord waxe fearce: Thou knowest
this people, that they are euen set on mischiefe.
23 And they sayde vnto me, Make vs gods to go before vs: for we knowe not what
is become of this Moses (the man that brought vs out of the
24 Then I sayde to them, Ye that haue golde, plucke it off: and they brought it
me, & I did cast it into the fire, and thereof came this calfe.
25 Moses therefore sawe that the people were naked (for Aaron had made them
naked vnto their shame among their enemies)
26 And Moses stoode in ye gate of the campe, and sayde, Who pertaineth to the
Lorde? let him come to mee; all the sonnes of Leui gathered themselues vnto him.
27 Then he said vnto them, Thus sayth ye Lord God of
, Put euery man his sworde by his side: go to and fro, from gate to gate,
through the hoste, and slay euery man his brother, and euery man his companion,
& euery man his neighbour.
28 So the children of Leui did as Moses had commanded: and there fel of the
people the same day about three thousand men.
29 (For Moses had said, Cosecrate your hands vnto the Lord this day, euen euery
man vpon his sonne, and vpon his brother, that there may be giuen you a blessing
30 And when the morning came, Moses sayde vnto the people, Yee haue committed a
grieuous crime: but now I wil goe vp to the Lord, if I may pacifie him for your
31 Moses therefore went againe vnto ye Lord, and said, Oh, this people haue
sinned a great sinne, and haue made them gods of golde.
32 Therefore now if thou pardon their sinne, thy mercy shal appeare: but if thou
wilt not, I pray thee, rase me out of thy booke, which thou hast written.
33 Then the Lord sayd to Moses, Whosoeuer hath sinned against me, I will put out
of my booke.
34 Go nowe therefore, bring the people vnto the place which I commanded thee:
behold, mine Angel shal goe before thee, but yet in the day of my visitation I
wil visite their sinne vpon them.
35 So the Lorde plagued the people, because they caused Aaro to make ye calfe
which he made.
1 Afterward the Lord sayd vnto Moses, Depart, goe vp from hence, thou, and the
people (which thou hast brought vp out of lande of
) vnto the lande which I sware vnto Abraham, to Izhak and to Iaakob, saying,
Vnto thy seede will I giue it.
2 And I will send an Angel before thee & will cast out the Canaanites, the
Amorites, and the Hittites, and the Perizzites, the Hiuites, and the Iebusites:
3 To a lande, I say, that floweth with milke and hony: for I will not goe vp
with thee, because thou art a stiffe necked people, least I consume thee in the
4 And when the people heard this euill tydings, they sorowed, and no man put on
his best rayment.
5 (For the Lord had said to Moses, Say vnto the children of Israel, Ye are a
stiffe necked people, I wil come suddenly vpon thee, and consume thee: therefore
now put thy costly rayment from thee, that I may know what to do vnto thee)
6 So the children of Israel layed their good raiment from them, after Moses came
downe from the mount Horeb.
7 Then Moses tooke his tabernacle, and pitched it without the host farre off
from the hoste, & called it Ohel-moed; whe any did seeke to the Lord, he
went out vnto the Tabernacle of the Congregation, which was without the hoste.
8 And when Moses went out vnto the Tabernacle, all the people rose vp, and stood
euery man at his tent doore, and looked after Moses, vntil he was gone into the
9 And assoone as Moses was entred into the Tabernacle, the cloudie pillar
descended & stood at the doore of the Tabernacle, and the Lord talked with
10 Nowe when all the people saw the cloudie pillar stand at the Tabernacle doore,
all the people rose vp, and worshipped euery man in his tent doore.
11 And the Lord spake vnto Moses, face to face, as a man speaketh vnto his
friende. After he turned againe into the hoste, but his seruant Ioshua the sonne
of Nun a yong man, departed not out of the Tabernacle.
12 Then Moses sayde vnto the Lorde, See, thou sayest vnto me, Leade this people
forth, and thou hast not shewed me whom thou wilt sende with mee: thou hast
sayde moreouer, I knowe thee by name, and thou hast also found grace in my
13 Nowe therefore, I pray thee, if I haue founde fauour in thy sight, shewe mee
nowe thy way, that I may knowe thee, and that I may finde grace in thy sight:
consider also that this nation is thy people.
14 And he answered, My presence shal go with thee, and I will giue thee rest.
15 Then he sayd vnto him, If thy presence go not with vs,
vs not hence.
16 And wherein nowe shal it be knowen, that I and thy people haue found fauour
in thy sight? Shall it not be when thou goest with vs? so I, and thy people
shall haue preeminence before all the people that are vpon the earth.
17 And the Lord sayde vnto Moses, I will doe this also that thou hast saide: for
thou hast founde grace in my sight, and I knowe thee by name.
18 Againe he sayde, I beseech thee, shewe me thy glory.
19 And he answered, I wil make all my good go before thee, and I wil proclaime
the Name of the Lord before thee: for I will shewe mercy to whom I will shewe
mercy, and will haue compassion on whom I will haue compassion.
20 Furthermore he sayde, Thou canst not see my face, for there shall no man see
me, and liue.
21 Also the Lord sayd, Behold, there is a place by me, and thou shalt stand vpon
22 And while my glory passeth by, I will put thee in a cleft of the rocke, and
will couer thee with mine hand whiles I passe by.
23 After I will take away mine hande, & thou shalt see my backe parts: but
my face shal not be seene.
1 And the Lord saide vnto Moses, Hewe thee two Tables of stone, like vnto the
first, and I will write vpon the Tables the wordes that were in the first
Tables, which thou brakest in pieces.
2 And be ready in ye morning, that thou mayest come vp earely vnto the mount of
Sinai, and waite there for me in the top of the mount.
3 But let no man come vp with thee, neither let any man be seene throughout all
the mount, neyther let the sheepe nor cattell feede before this mount.
4 Then Moses hewed two Tables of stone like vnto the first, and rose vp earely
in the morning, and went vp vnto the mount of Sinai, as the Lord had commanded
him, & tooke in his hande two Tables of stone.
5 And the Lorde descended in the cloude, and stoode with him there, and
proclaimed the name of the Lord.
6 So the Lord passed before his face, and cried, The Lord, the Lord, strong,
mercifull, & gracious, slowe to anger, and abundant in goodnesse and trueth,
7 Reseruing mercy for thousands, forgiuing iniquitie, and transgression and
sinne, and not making the wicked innocent, visiting the iniquitie of the fathers
vpon ye children, & vpon childrens children, vnto the third and fourth
8 Then Moses made haste & bowed him selfe to the earth, and worshipped,
9 And sayde, O Lorde, I pray thee, If I haue founde grace in thy sight, that the
Lorde woulde nowe goe with vs ( for it is a stiffe necked people) and pardon our
iniquitie and our sinne, and take vs for thine inheritance.
10 And he answered, Behold, I will make a couenant before all thy people, and
will do marueiles, such as haue not bene done in all the worlde, neyther in all
nations: and all the people among whom thou art, shal see the worke of the Lord:
for it is a terrible thing that I will do with thee.
11 Keepe diligently that which I commande thee this day: Beholde, I will cast
out before thee the Amorites, and the Canaanites, and the Hittites, and the
Perizzites, and the Hiuites, and the Iebusites.
12 Take heede to thy selfe, that thou make no compact with ye inhabitantes of
the land whither thou goest, least they be the cause of ruine among you:
13 But yee shall ouerthrowe their altars, and breake their images in pieces,
& cut downe their groues,
14 (For thou shalt bow downe to none other god, because the Lord, whose Name is
Ielous, is a ielous God)
15 Lest thou make a compact with the inhabitantes of the lande, and when they
goe a whoring after their gods, and doe sacrifice vnto their gods, some man call
thee, & thou eate of his sacrifice:
16 And least thou take of their daughters vnto thy sonnes, and their daughters
goe a whoring after their gods, and make thy sonnes goe a whoring after their
17 Thou shalt make thee no gods of metall.
18 The feast of vnleauened bread shalt thou keepe: seuen dayes shalt thou eate
vnleauened bread, as I commanded thee, in ye time of the moneth of Abib: for in
the moneth of Abib thou camest out of Egypt.
19 Euery male, that first openeth the wombe, shalbe mine: also all the first
borne of thy flocke shalbe rekoned mine, both of beeues and sheepe.
20 But ye first of ye asse thou shalt bie out with a lambe: and if thou redeeme
him not, then thou shalt breake his necke: all the first borne of thy sonnes
shalt thou redeeme, and none shal appeare before me emptie.
21 Six dayes shalt thou worke, and in the seuenth day thou shalt rest: both in
earing time, and in the haruest thou shalt rest.
22 Thou shalt also obserue the feast of weekes in the time of ye first fruits of
wheate haruest, and the feast of gathering fruites in the ende of the yere.
23 Thrise in a yere shal all your men children appeare before the Lorde Iehouah
24 For I wil cast out the nations before thee, and enlarge thy coasts, so that
no man shall desire thy land, whe thou shalt come vp to appeare before the Lord
thy God thrise in the yeere.
25 Thou shalt not offer the blood of my sacrifice with leauen, neither shall
ought of the sacrifice of the feast of Passeouer be left vnto the morning.
26 The first ripe fruites of thy land thou shalt bring vnto the house of the
Lorde thy God: yet shalt thou not seethe a kid in his mothers milke.
27 And the Lord said vnto Moses, Write thou these words: for after the tenour of
these words I haue made a couenant with thee & with
28 So hee was there with the Lorde fourtie dayes and fourtie nights, and did
neither eat bread nor drinke water: and hee wrote in the Tables the wordes of
the couenant, euen the tenne commandements.
29 So when Moses came downe fro mount Sinai, the two Tables of the Testimonie
were in Moses hande, as hee descended from the mount: (nowe Moses wist not that
the skinne of his face shone bright, after that God had talked with him.
30 And Aaron and all the children of Israel looked vpon Moses, and beholde, the
skin of his face shone bright, and they were afraid to come neere him)
31 But Moses called them: and Aaron and all the chiefe of the congregatio
returned vnto him: and Moses talked with them.
32 And afterwarde all the children of
came neere, and he charged them with al that the Lord had said vnto him in
33 So Moses made an end of comuning with them, and had put a couering vpon his
34 But, when Moses came before the Lorde to speake with him, he tooke off the
couering vntill he came out: then he came out, and spake vnto the children of
that which he was commanded.
35 And the children of
sawe the face of Moses, howe the skin of Moses face shone bright: therefore
Moses put the couering vpon his face, vntill he went to speake with God.
1 Then Moses assembled all the Congregation of the children of
, and sayd vnto them, These are the wordes which the Lord hath commanded, that
ye should do them:
2 Six dayes thou shalt work, but the seuenth day shall bee vnto you the holy
Sabbath of rest vnto the Lord: whosoeuer doth any worke therein, shall die.
3 Ye shall kindle no fire throughout all your habitations vpon the Sabbath day.
4 Againe, Moses spake vnto all the Congregation of the children of Israel,
saying, This is the thing which the Lord commandeth, saying,
5 Take from among you an offering vnto the Lorde: whosoeuer is of a willing
heart, let him bring this offring to the Lord, namely golde, and siluer, and
6 Also blewe silke, and purple, and skarlet, and fine linen, and goates heare,
7 And rams skins died red, and badgers skins with Shittim wood:
8 Also oyle for light, and spices for the anointing oyle, and for the sweete
9 And onix stones, and stones to be set in the Ephod, and in the brest plate.
10 And all the wise hearted among you, shall come and make all that the Lord
11 That is, the Tabernacle, that pauilion thereof, and his couering, and his
taches & his boards, his barres, his pillars and his sockets,
12 The Arke, and the barres thereof ye Merci-seate, and the vaile that couereth
13 The Table, and the barres of it, and all the instruments thereof, and the
14 Also the Candlesticke of light and his instrumentes, and his lampes with the
oyle for the light:
15 Likewise the Altar of perfume and his barres, and the anoynting oyle, and the
sweete incense, and the vaile of the doore at the entring in of the Tabernacle,
16 The Altar of burnt offering with his brasen grate, his barres and all his
instrumentes, the Lauer and his foote,
17 The hangings of the court, his pillars & his sockets, and the vaile of
the gate of the court,
18 The pinnes of the Tabernacle, & the pinnes of the court with their cordes,
19 The ministring garments to minister in the holy place, and the holy garments
for Aaron the Priest, and the garmentes of his sonnes, that they may minister in
the Priests office.
20 Then all the Congregation of the children of
departed from the presence of Moses.
21 And euery one, whose heart encouraged him, & euery one, whose spirit made
him willing, came and brought an offring to the Lord, for the worke of the
Tabernacle of the Congregation, & for all his vses, and for the holy
22 Both men & women, as many as were free hearted, came and brought taches
and earings, and rings, and bracelets, all were iewels of golde: and euery one
that offered an offring of gold vnto the Lord:
23 Euery man also, which had blewe silke, and purple, and skarlet, & fine
linen, and goates heare, and rammes skinnes died red, and badgers skins, brought
24 All that offered an oblation of siluer and of brasse, brought the offring
vnto the Lord: and euery one, that had Shittim wood for any maner worke of the
ministration, brought it.
25 And all the women that were wise hearted, did spin with their hands, and
brought ye spun worke, euen the blewe silke, and the purple, the skarlet, and
the fine linen.
26 Likewise al the women, whose hearts were moued with knowledge, spun goates
27 And ye rulers brought onix stones, & stones to be set in the Ephod, and
28 Also spice, and oyle for light, and for the anoynting oyle, and for the
29 Euery man and woman of the children of
, whose hearts moued the willingly to bring for all the worke which the Lorde
had commanded the to make by the hand of Moses, brought a free offring to the
30 Then Moses sayde vnto the children of Israel, Beholde, the Lord hath called
by name Bezaleel the sonne of Vri, the sonne of Hur of the tribe of Iudah,
31 And hath filled him with an excellent spirit of wisdome, of vnderstanding,
and of knowledge, and in all maner worke,
32 To finde out curious workes, to worke in golde, and in siluer, and in brasse,
33 And in grauing stones to set them, and in karuing of wood, euen to make any
maner of fine worke.
34 And he hath put in his heart that hee may teach other: both hee, and Aholiab
the sonne of Ahisamach of the tribe of Dan:
35 Them hath he filled with wisdome of heart to worke all maner of cunning and
broidred, and needle worke: in blewe silke, and in purple, in skarlet, and in
fine linnen and weauing, euen to do all maner of worke and subtill inuentions.
1 Then wrought Bezaleel, and Aholiab, and all cunning men, to whome the Lorde
gaue wisedome, and vnderstanding, to knowe howe to worke all maner worke for the
seruice of the Sanctuarie, according to all that the Lorde had commanded.
2 For Moses had called Bezaleel, and Aholiab, and all the wise hearted men, in
whose heartes the Lorde had giuen wisedome, euen as many as their hearts
encouraged to come vnto that worke to worke it.
3 And they receiued of Moses all the offering which the children of
had brought for the worke of the seruice of the Sanctuary, to make it: also
they brought still vnto him free giftes euery morning.
4 So all the wise men, that wrought all the holy worke, came euery man from his
worke which they wrought,
5 And spake to Moses, saying, The people bring too much, and more then ynough
for the vse of the worke, which the Lord hath commanded to be made.
6 Then Moses gaue a commandement, and they caused it to be proclaymed throughout
the hoste, saying, Let neither man nor woman prepare any more worke for the
oblation of the Sanctuarie. So the people were stayed from offring.
7 For the stuffe they had, was sufficient for all the worke to make it, and too
8 All the cunning men therefore among the workemen, made for the Tabernacle ten
curtaines of fine twined linnen, and of blewe silke, and purple, and skarlet:
Cherubims of broydred worke made they vpon them.
9 The length of one curtaine was twentie & eight cubits, & the breadth
of one curtaine foure cubites: and the curtaines were all of one cise.
10 And he coupled fiue curtaines together, & other fiue coupled he together.
11 And he made strings of blewe silke by the edge of one curtaine, in the
seluedge of the coupling: likewise he made on the side of the other curtaine in
the seluedge in the second coupling.
12 Fiftie strings made he in the one curtaine, and fiftie strings made he in the
edge of the other curtaine, which was in the second coupling: the strings were
set one against another.
13 After, he made fiftie taches of golde, and coupled the curtaines one to
another with the taches: so was it one Tabernacle.
14 Also he made curtaines of goates heare for the couering vpon the Tabernacle:
he made them to the nomber of eleuen curtaines.
15 The length of one curtaine had thirtie cubites, & the bredth of one
curtaine foure cubites: the eleuen curtaines were of one cise.
16 And hee coupled fiue curtaines by themselues, and sixe curtaines by
17 Also he made fiftie strings vpon the edge of one curtaine in the seluedge in
the coupling, & fiftie strings made hee vpon the edge of the other curtaine
in the second coupling.
18 He made also fiftie taches of brasse to couple the couering that it might be
19 And he made a couering vpon the pauilion of rams skinnes dyed red, and a
couering of badgers skinnes aboue.
20 Likewise he made the boards for the Tabernacle, of Shittim wood to stand vp.
21 The length of a board was ten cubites, and the bredth of one board was a
cubite, & an halfe.
22 One board had two tenons, set in order as the feete of a ladder, one against
another: thus made he for all the boardes of the Tabernacle.
23 So he made twentie boardes for the South side of the Tabernacle, euen full
24 And fourtie sockets of siluer made he vnder the twentie boardes, two sockets
vnder one board for his two tenons, and two sockets vnder another board for his
25 Also for the other side of the Tabernacle toward the North, he made twentie
26 And their fourtie sockets of siluer, two sockets vnder one board, and two
sockets vnder another boarde.
27 Likewise toward the Westside of the Tabernacle he made sixe boardes.
28 And two boardes made he in the corners of the Tabernacle, for either side,
29 And they were ioyned beneath, and likewise were made sure aboue with a ring:
thus he did to both in both corners.
30 So there were eight boards & their sixteene sockets of siluer, vnder
euery board two sockets.
31 After, he made barres of Shittim wood, fiue for the boards in ye one side of
32 And fiue barres for the boardes in the other side of the Tabernacle, and fiue
barres for the boards of the Tabernacle on the side toward the West.
33 And he made the middest barre to shoote through the boards, from the one end
to ye other.
34 He ouerlayd also the boards with gold, and made their rings of gold for
places for the barres, and couered the barres with golde.
35 Moreouer he made a vaile of blew silke, and purple, & of skarlet, and of
fine twined linen: with Cherubims of broydred worke made he it:
36 And made thereunto foure pillars of Shittim, & ouerlayd them with golde:
whose hookes were also of golde, and hee cast for them foure sockets of siluer.
37 And he made an hanging for the Tabernacle doore, of blew silke, & purple,
and skarlet, and fine twined linnen, and needle worke,
38 And the fiue pillars of it with their hookes, and ouerlayde their chapiters
& their filets with golde, but their fiue sockets were of brasse.
1 After this, Bezaleel made the Arke of Shittim wood, two cubites and an halfe
long and a cubite and an halfe broade, and a cubite and an halfe hie:
2 And ouerlayde it with fine golde within and without, and made a crowne of
golde to it rounde about,
3 And cast for it foure rings of golde for the foure corners of it: that is, two
rings for the one side of it, & two rings for the other side thereof.
4 Also he made barres of Shittim wood, and couered them with golde,
5 And put the barres in the rings by the sides of the Arke, to beare the Arke.
6 And he made the Merciseate of pure golde: two cubites and an halfe was the
length thereof, and one cubite and an halfe the breadth thereof.
7 And he made two Cherubims of gold, vpo the two endes of the Merciseate: euen
of worke beaten with the hammer made he them.
8 One Cherub on the one ende, and another Cherub on the other ende: of the
Merciseate made he the Cherubims, at ye two endes thereof.
9 And the Cherubims spread out their wings on hie, & couered the Merciseat
with their wings, & their faces were one towards another: towarde the
Merciseat were the faces of the Cherubims.
10 Also he made ye Table of Shittim wood: two cubites was the length thereof,
and a cubite the breadth thereof, and a cubite and an halfe the height of it.
11 And hee ouerlayde it with fine golde, and made thereto a crowne of golde
12 Also he made thereto a border of an hand breadth round about, and made vpon
the border a crowne of golde round about.
13 And he cast for it foure rings of gold, and put the rings in the foure
corners that were in the foure feete thereof.
14 Against the border were the rings, as places for the barres to beare the
15 And he made the barres of Shittim wood, & couered them with golde to
beare the Table.
16 Also he made the instruments for the Table of pure golde: dishes for it, and
incense cuppes for it, and goblets for it, & couerings for it, wherewith it
should be couered.
17 Likewise he made the Candlesticke of pure golde: of worke beaten out with the
hammer made he the Candlesticke: and his shaft, and his branche, his bolles, his
knops, and his floures were of one piece.
18 And sixe branches came out of the sides thereof: three branches of the
Candlesticke out of the one side of it, and three branches of the Candlesticke
out of the other side of it.
19 In one branche three bolles made like almondes, a knop & a floure: and in
another branch three bolles made like almondes, a knop and a floure: and so
throughout the sixe branches that proceeded out of the Candlesticke.
20 And vpon the Candlesticke were foure bolles after the facion of almondes, the
knoppes thereof and the floures thereof:
21 That is, vnder euery two branches a knop made thereof, & a knop vnder the
second branch thereof, and a knop vnder the thirde branche thereof, according to
the sixe branches comming out of it.
22 Their knops & their branches were of the same: it was all one beaten
worke of pure gold.
23 And he made for it seuen lampes with the snuffers, and snufdishes thereof of
24 Of a talent of pure golde made he it with all the instruments thereof.
25 Furthermore he made the perfume altar of Shittim wood: the length of it was a
cubite, & the breadth of it a cubite (it was square) and two cubites hie,
& the hornes thereof were of ye same.
26 And he couered it with pure gold, both the top and the sides thereof rounde
about, and the hornes of it, and made vnto it a crowne of golde round about.
27 And he made two rings of gold for it, vnder the crowne thereof in the two
corners of the two sides thereof, to put barres in for to beare it therewith.
28 Also he made the barres of Shittim wood, and ouerlayde them with golde.
29 And he made the holy anointing oyle, & the sweete pure incense after ye
1 Also he made the altar of the burnt offering of Shittim wood: fiue cubites was
the length therof, and fiue cubites the breadth thereof: it was square and three
2 And hee made vnto it hornes in the foure corners thereof: the hornes thereof
were of the same, and he ouerlayd it with brasse.
3 Also he made al the instruments of the altar: the ashpans, and the besoms, and
the basins, the fleshhookes, and the censers: all the instruments thereof made
he of brasse.
4 Moreouer he made a brasen grate wrought like a net to the Altar, vnder the
compasse of it beneath in the middes of it,
5 And cast foure rings of brasse for the foure endes of the grate to put barres
6 And he made the barres of Shittim wood, and couered them with brasse.
7 The which barres he put into the rings on the sides of the altar to beare it
withall, & made it hollow within the boardes.
8 Also he made the Lauer of brasse, & the foote of it of brasse of the
glasses of the women that did assemble & came together at the doore of the
Tabernacle of the Congregation.
9 Finally he made the court on the South side full South: the hangings of the
court were of fine twined linnen, hauing an hundreth cubites.
10 Their pillars were twentie, and their brasen sockets twentie: the hookes of
the pillars, and their filets were of siluer.
11 And on the Northside the hanginges were an hundreth cubites: their pillars
twentie, & their sockets of brasse twentie, the hookes of the pillars and
their filets of siluer.
12 On the Westside also were hangings of fiftie cubites, their ten pillars with
their ten sockets: the hookes of the pillars and their filets of siluer.
13 And toward ye Eastside, full East were hangings of fiftie cubites.
14 The hangings of the one side were fifteene cubites, their three pillars, and
their three sockets:
15 And of the other side of the court gate on both sides were hangings of
fifteene cubites, with their three pillars and their three sockets.
16 All the hangings of the court round about were of fine twined linen:
17 But the sockets of ye pillars were of brasse: the hookes of the pillars and
their filets of siluer, and the couering of their chapiters of siluer: and all
the pillars of the court were hooped about with siluer.
18 He made also the hanging of the gate of the court of needle worke, blewe
silke, and purple, & skarlet, and fine twined linen euen twentie cubites
long, and fiue cubites in height & bredth, like the hangings of the court.
19 And their pillars were foure with their foure sockets of brasse: their hookes
of siluer, & the couering of their chapiters, & their filets of siluer.
20 But all the pins of the Tabernacle and of the court round about were of
21 These are the parts of the Tabernacle, I meane, of the Tabernacle of the
Testimonie, which was appovnted by the commandement of Moses for the office of
the Leuites by the hande of Ithamar sonne to Aaron the Priest.
22 So Bezaleel the sonne of Vri the sonne of Hur of the tribe of Iudah, made all
that the Lord commanded Moses.
23 And with him Aholiab sonne of Ahisamach of the tribe of Dan, a cunning
workeman & an embroiderer & a worker of needle work in blew silke, &
in purple, & in skarlet, and in fine linen.
24 All ye gold that was occupied in all ye worke wrought for the holy place
(which was the gold of the offring) was nine and twentie talents, and seuen
hundreth and thirtie shekels, according to the shekel of the Sanctuarie.
25 But the siluer of them that were numbred in the Congregation, was an hundreth
talents, and a thousand seuen hundreth seuentie and fiue shekels, after the
shekel of the Sanctuarie.
26 A portion for a man, that is, halfe a shekel after ye shekel of the
Sanctuarie, for all them that were numbred from twentie yeere olde & aboue,
among sixe hundreth thousande, and three thousand, and fiue hundreth and fiftie
27 Moreouer there were an hundreth talentes of siluer, to cast ye sockets of ye
Sanctuary, and the sockets of the vaile: an hundreth sockets of an hundreth
talents, a talent for a socket.
28 But he made the hookes for the pillars of a thousande seuen hundreth and
seuentie and fiue shekels, and ouerlayde their chapiters, and made filets about
29 Also the brasse of the offering was seuentie talents, and two thousande, and
foure hundreth shekels.
30 Whereof he made the sockets to the doore of the Tabernacle of the
Congregation, and the brasen altar, and the brasen grate which was for it, with
all the instruments of the Altar,
31 And the sockets of the court round about, and the sockets for the court gate,
& al the pins of the Tabernacle, and all the pins of the court round about.
1 Moreouer they made garments of ministration to minister in the Sanctuarie of
blewe silke, and purple, and skarlet: they made also the holy garments for
Aaron, as the Lord had comanded Moses.
2 So he made the Ephod of gold, blewe silke, and purple, and skarlet, and fine
3 And they did beate the golde into thinne plates, and cut it into wiers, to
worke it in ye blewe silke and in the purple, and in the skarlet, and in the
fine linen, with broydred worke.
4 For the which they made shoulders to couple together: for it was closed by the
two edges thereof.
5 And the broydred garde of his Ephod that was vpon him, was of the same stuffe,
and of like worke: euen of golde, of blewe silke, and purple, & skarlet, and
fine twined linen, as the Lorde had commanded Moses.
6 And they wrought two Onix stones closed in ouches of golde, and graued, as
signets are grauen, with the names of the children of
7 And put them on the shoulders of the Ephod, as stones for a remembrance of the
, as the Lorde had commaunded Moses.
8 Also he made the brestplate of broydred worke like the worke of the Ephod: to
wit, of gold, blewe silke, and purple, and skarlet, and fine twined linen.
9 They made the
plate double, & it was square, an hand breadth long, & an hand breadth
broad: it was also double.
10 And they filled it with foure rowes of stones. The order was thus, a Rubie, a
Topaze, & a Carbuncle in the first rowe:
11 And in the seconde rowe, an Emeraude, a Saphir, and a Diamond:
12 Also in the thirde rowe, a Turkeis, an Achate, and an Hematite:
13 Likewise in the fourth rowe, a Chrysolite, an Onix, and a Iasper: closed and
set in ouches of golde.
14 So the stones were according to the names of the children of
, euen twelue after their names, grauen like signets euery one after his name
according to the twelue tribes.
15 After, they made vpon the
plate cheines at the endes, of wrethen worke and pure golde.
16 They made also two bosses of golde, and two golde rings, and put the two
rings in the two corners of the
17 And they put ye two wrethe cheines of gold in the two rings, in the corners
18 Also the two other endes of the two wrethen chaines they fastened in the two
bosses, and put the on the shoulders of the Ephod vpon the forefront of it.
19 Likewise they made two rings of gold, and put them in the two other corners
of the brest plate vpon the edge of it, which was on the inside of the Ephod.
20 They made also two other golden rings, & put them on the two sides of the
Ephod, beneath on the foreside of it, & ouer against his coupling aboue the
broydered garde of the Ephod.
21 Then they fastened the
plate by his rings vnto the rings of the Ephod, with a lace of blewe silke,
that it might bee fast vpon the broydered garde of the Ephod, and that the
plate should not be loosed fro the Ephod, as the Lorde had commanded Moses.
22 Moreouer, he made the robe of the Ephod of wouen worke, altogether of blewe
23 And the hole of the robe was in the middes of it, as the coller of an
habergeon, with an edge about the coller, that it shoulde not rent.
24 And they made vpon the skirts of the robe pomegranates, of blewe silke, and
purple, and skarlet, and fine linen twined.
25 They made also belles of pure gold and put the belles betweene the
pomegranates vpon the skirtes of the robe rounde about betweene the
26 A bel and a pomegranate, a bel & a pomegranate round about the skirts of
the robe to minister in, as the Lord had commanded Moses.
27 After, they made coates of fine linen, of wouen worke for Aaron and for his
28 And the miter of fine linen, and goodly bonnets of fine linen, and linen
breeches of fine twined linen,
29 And the girdle of fine twined linen, and of blew silke, and purple, and
skarlet, euen of needle worke, as the Lord had commanded Moses.
30 Finally they made the plate for the holy crowne of fine golde, and wrote vpon
it a superscription like to the grauing of a signet, HOLINES TO THE LORD.
31 And they tied vnto it a lace of blewe silke to fasten it on hie vpon the
miter, as the Lorde had commanded Moses.
32 Thus was all the worke of the Tabernacle, euen of the Tabernacle of the
Congregation finished: and the children of
did according to al that the Lord had commanded Moses: so dyd they.
33 Afterwarde they brought the Tabernacle vnto Moses, the Tabernacle and al his
instruments, his taches, his boards, his barres, and his pillers, and his
34 And the couering of rammes skinnes died red, and the couerings of badgers
skinnes, & the couering vaile.
35 The Arke of the Testimony, and the barres thereof, and the Merciseate,
36 The Table, with all the instruments thereof, and the shewebread,
37 The pure Candlesticke, the lampes thereof, euen the lampes set in order, and
all the instruments thereof, and the oyle for light:
38 Also the golden Altar and the anoynting oyle, and the sweete incense, and the
hanging of the Tabernacle doore,
39 The brasen Altar with his grate of brasse, his barres and all his
instrumentes, the Lauer and his foote.
40 The curtaines of the court with his pillers, and his sockets, & the
hanging to the court gate, and his cordes, and his pinnes, and all the
instruments of the seruice of the Tabernacle, called the Tabernacle of the
41 Finally, the ministring garmentes to serue in the Sanctuarie, and the holy
garmentes for Aaron the Priest, and his sonnes garmentes to minister in the
42 According to euery poynt that the Lorde had commanded Moses, so the children
made all the worke.
43 And Moses beheld al the worke, & behold, they had done it as the Lord had
commanded: so had they done: and Moses blessed them.
1 Then the Lord spake vnto Moses, saying,
2 In the first day of the first moneth in the very first of the same moneth
shalt thou set vp the Tabernacle, called ye Tabernacle of the Congregation:
3 And thou shalt put therein the Arke of the Testimonie, and couer the Arke with
4 Also thou shalt bring in the Table, and set it in order as it doth require:
thou shalt also bring in the Candlesticke, and light his lampes,
5 And thou shalt set ye incense Altar of gold before the Arke of the Testimonie,
and put the hanging at the doore of the Tabernacle.
6 Moreouer, thou shalt set the burnt offering Altar before the doore of the
Tabernacle, called the Tabernacle of the Congregation.
7 And thou shalt set the Lauer betweene the Tabernacle of the Congregation and
the Altar, and put water therein.
8 Then thou shalt appoynt the courte round about, and hang vp the hanging at the
9 After, thou shalt take the anoynting oyle, and anoynt the Tabernacle, and all
that is therein, and halowe it with all the instruments thereof, that it may be
10 And thou shalt anoynt the Altar of the burnt offring, and all his
instrumentes, and shalt sanctifie the Altar, that it may bee an altar most holie.
11 Also thou shalt anoynt the Lauer, and his foote, and shalt sanctifie it.
12 Then thou shalt bring Aaron & his sonnes vnto the doore of the Tabernacle
of the Congregation, and wash them with water.
13 And thou shalt put vpon Aaron the holy garmentes, and shalt anoynt him, and
sanctifie him, that he may minister vnto me in the Priestes office.
14 Thou shalt also bring his sonnes, & clothe them with garments,
15 And shalt anoynt them as thou diddest anoynt their father, that they may
minister vnto mee in the Priestes office: for their anoynting shall be a signe,
that the Priesthood shall be euerlasting vnto them throughout their generations.
16 So Moses did according to all that ye Lorde had commanded him: so did he.
17 Thus was the Tabernacle reared vp the first day of the first moneth in the
18 Then Moses reared vp the Tabernacle and fastened his sockets, and set vp the
boardes thereof, and put in the barres of it, and reared vp his pillars.
19 And he spred the couering ouer the Tabernacle, and put the couering of that
couering on hie aboue it, as the Lorde had commaunded Moses.
20 And he tooke and put the Testimonie in the Arke, and put the barres in the
ringes of the Arke, and set the Merciseate on hie vpon the Arke.
21 He brought also the Arke into the Tabernacle, and hanged vp the couering
vaile, and couered the Arke of the Testimonie, as the Lord had commanded Moses.
22 Furthermore he put the Table in the Tabernacle of the Congregation in the
Northside of the Tabernacle, without the vaile,
23 And set the bread in order before the Lord, as the Lord had commanded Moses.
24 Also he put the Candlesticke in the Tabernacle of the Congregation, ouer
against the Table toward ye Southside of the Tabernacle.
25 And he lighted the lampes before the Lord, as the Lord had commanded Moses.
26 Moreouer he set the golden Altar in the Tabernacle of the Congregation before
27 And burnt sweete incense thereon, as the Lord had commanded Moses.
28 Also he hanged vp the vayle at the doore of the Tabernacle.
29 After, he set the burnt offring Altar without the doore of the Tabernacle,
called the Tabernacle of the Congregation, and offered the burnt offering and
the sacrifice thereon, as the Lord had commanded Moses.
30 Likewise he set the Lauer betweene the Tabernacle of the Congregation and the
Altar, and powred water therein to wash with.
31 So Moses and Aaron, and his sonnes washed their handes and their feete
32 When they went into the Tabernacle of the Congregation, and when they
approched to the Altar, they washed, as the Lord had commanded Moses.
33 Finally, he reared vp the court rounde about the Tabernacle and the Altar,
and hanged vp the vaile at the court gate: so Moses finished the worke.
34 Then the cloud couered the Tabernacle of the Congregation, and the glorie of
the Lorde filled the Tabernacle.
35 So Moses could not enter into the Tabernacle of the Congregation, because the
cloude abode thereon, and the glorie of the Lorde filled the Tabernacle.
36 Nowe when the cloude ascended vp from the Tabernacle, the children of
went forward in all their iourneyes.
37 But if the cloude ascended not, then they iourneyed not till the day that it
38 For the cloude of the Lorde was vpon the Tabernacle by day, & fire was in
it by night in the sight of all the house of
, throughout all their iourneyes.