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Dedication of the altar.


The Levites' consecration. Ex.30.13, Shekels.

shekels, each bowl seventy: all even fine flour mingled with oil, Ex.29.2, Flour. Ex.25.29, Bowls.

the silver vessels weighed two and another young bullock shalt Ex.29.2, Oil (2). thousand and four hundred shek- thou take for a sin offering. Ex.29.14, Sin-offerings, els, after the shekel of the sanc- 9 And thou shalt bring the

[ch.15.27. tuary:

Lē’vites before the tabernacle Ex.25.8, Tabernacle. Ge.2.12, Gold.

86 The golden spoons were of the congregation: and thou Ex.25.29, Spoons, 1 K.7.50. twelve, full of incense, weigh- shalt gather the whole assem- Le.8.3. Congregation (2). Ex.30.1, Incense. ing ten shekels apiece, after bly of the children of Işʻra-el

(Jos.18.1. the shekel of the sanctuary: all together: the gold of the spoons was an 10 And thou shalt bring the

hundred and twenty shekels. Lē'vites before the LORD: and Ex.29.18, Burnt-offerings. 87 All the oxen for the burnt the children of Işóra-el shall put Ex.29.11, Bullocks. offering were twelve bullocks, their hands upon the Lē’vites: Laying on Hands (2), Ge.15.9, Rams. the rams twelve, the lambs of 11 And Aâr'on shall offer the

(ch.27.18. Ex.29.39, Lambs.

the first year twelve, with their Lē'vites before the LORD for an Ex.32.26, Levites. Le.2.1, Meal-offerings. meat offering: and the kids of offering of the children of Iş'raEx.29.14, Sin-offerings. the goats for sin offering twelve. el, that they may execute the

88 And all the oxen for the service of the LORD. Ex.20.24, Peace-offerings. sacrifice of the peace offerings 12 And the Lēvites shall lay Le.1.4,Laying on Hands(1).

were twenty and four bullocks, their hands upon the heads of
the rams sixty, the he goats the bullocks: and thou shalt Ex.29.11, Bullocks.
sixty, the lambs of the first year offer the one for a sin offering, Ex.29.14, Sin-offerings.

sixty. This was the dedication and the other for a burnt offer- Ex.29.18, Burnt-offerings. Ex.27.1, Brazen Altar. of the altar, after that it was ing, unto the LORD, to make an N Ex.29.36, Anointing (1). anointed.

atonement for the Lē'vites. Le.4.20, Atonement. 89 And when Mōʻşeş was gone 13 And thou shalt set the Lē'Ex.25.8, Tabernacle. into the tabernacle of the con-vites before Aâr'on, and before Ex.19.3, Divine Fellowship. gregation to speak with him, his sons, and offer them for an Ge.3.8, God's Voice. then he heard the voice of one offering unto the LORD.

speaking unto him from off the 14 Thus shalt thou separate Ex.29.9, Consecration (3). Ex.25.17, Mercy-seat. mercy seat that was upon the the Lē’vites from among the Ex.32.26, Levites. Ex. 25.10, Ark (3).

ark of testimony, from between children of işóra-el: and the Ex.25.18, Cherubim (2), the two cherubims: and he Lēvites shall be mine.

See Divine Ownership (2), [1 S.4.4. spake unto him. 15 And after that shall the

(De.32.6. CHAPTER 8

Lē'vites go in to do the service

of the tabernacle of the congreB.C.1490.

How the lamps are to be lighted. 5

The consecration of the Levites: gation: and thou shalt cleanse Ex.30.20, Cleansing (1).
23 the age and time of their service. them, and offer them for an of- p.p.v.ll.
ND the LORD spake unto fering.
Mo'şeş, saying,


16 For they are wholly given 2 Speak unto Aâr'on, and say unto me from among the chilp.p.Ex.40.25.

unto him, When thou lightest dren of Iş'ra-el; instead of such

the lamps, the seven lamps shall as open every womb, even inEx.25.31, Candlestick, give light over against the can- stead of the firstborn of all the

children of Iş'ra-el, have I taken 3 And Aâr'on did so; he lighted them unto me.

the lamps thereof over against 17 For all the firstborn of the Ge.6.22, Obedience (2). the candlestick, as the LORD children of Îşóra-el are mine, De.32.6, Divine Ownercommanded Mõ'şeş. both man and beast: on the

(ship (2). 4 And this work of the candle-day that I smote every firstborn Ex.13.2, First-born. Ge.2.12, Gold.

stick was of beaten gold, unto in the land of Egypt I sancti-
the shaft thereof, unto the flow-fied them for myself.
ers thereof, was beaten work: 18 And I have taken the Lē'- Ex.32.26, Levites, v.24.

according unto the pattern vites for all the firstborn of the Ex.25.40, Divine Plan, which the LORD had shewed children of Iş'ra-el.

[1 Chr.28.12. Moʻşeş, so he made the can- 19 And I have given the Lē'-

vites as a gift to Aâr'on and to
5 “And the LORD spake unto his sons from among the chil-
Mōʻşeş, saying,

dren of Iş'ra-el, to do the serv- See Chosen Instruments, Ex.32.26, Levites. 6 Take the Lē'vites from ice of the children of Işóra-el in

(Hag.2.23. among the children of Işóra-el, the tabernacle of the congregaEx.30.20, Cleansing (1). and cleanse them.

tion, and to make an atonement 7 And thus shalt thou do unto for the children of Işʻra-el : that See Immunity, Ex.8.22.,17,18.

them, to cleanse them: Sprinkle there be no plague among the Le.26.21, Plagues.

water of purifying upon them, children of Îşóra-el, when the Ge.41.14, Shaving, 2 S.10.4. and let them shave all their children of Işʻra-el' come nigh Le.6.27, Washing.

flesh, and let them wash their unto the sanctuary. Ge.35.2, Cleanliness (1). clothes, and so make themselves 20 And Mōʻşeş, and Aâr'on, and (Ru.3.3. clean.

all the congregation of the chilEx.29.11, Bullocks.

8 Then let them take a young dren of Işʻra-el, did to the Lē'Le.2.1, Meal-offerings. | bullock with his meat offering, vites according unto all that|

[Re.1.12. dlestick.


The Levites' service.


The passover enjoined. the LORD commanded Mōʻşes fore Mōʻşeş and before Aâr'on Ge.6.22, Obedience (2). concerning the Lē'vites, so did on that day:

the children of Işóra-el unto 7. And those men said unto

him, We are defiled by the dead ch.31.20, Purification. 21 And the Lē'vites were pu- body of a man: wherefore are Le.6.27, Washing. rified, and they washed their we kept back, that we may not p.p.v.11.

clothes; and Aâr'on offered offer an offering of the LORD in p.p.1 Co.5.7.8.
them as an offering before his appointed season among the

the LORD; and Aâr'on made children of Işóra-el ? Le.4.20, Atonement.

atonement for them to 8 And Mōʻşeş said unto them, cleanse them.


Stand still, and I will hear what Ex.14.13. Stillness, 1 5.9.27. 22 And after that went the Lē'- the LORD will command con- Gе.25.22, Inquiring of God.

vites in to do their service in the cerning you. - Ex.25.8, Tabernacle. tabernacle of the congregation 9 TAnd the LORD spake unto

before Aâr'on, and before his Mōʻşeş, saying,

as the LORD had com- 10 Speak unto the children of manded Mōʻşeş concerning the Işʻra-el, saying, If any man of you Lē'vites, so did they unto them. or of your posterity shall be un

23 TAnd the LORD spake unto clean by reason of a dead body, Le.13.3, Uncleanness. Mo'şeş, saying,

or be in a journey afar off, yet

24 This is it that belongeth he shall keep the passover unto Ex.32.26, Levites, ch.18.3. unto the Lē'vites: from twenty the LORD.

and five years old and upward 11 The fourteenth day of the p.p.2 Chr.30.2.
they shall go in to wait upon the second month at even they
service of the tabernacle of the shall keep it, and eat it with
congregation :

unleavened bread and bitter Ge. 19.3, Unleavened Bread, 25 And from the age of fifty herbs.

[ch.28.17. years they shall cease waiting 12 They shall leave none of it p.p.Ex.12.10. upon the service thereof, and unto the morning, nor break p.p.Jn.19.36. shall serve no more:

any bone of it: according to p.p.Ex.12.43. 26 But shall minister with all the ordinances of the pass

their brethren in the taberna- over they shall keep it.

cle of the congregation, to keep 13 But the man that is clean,
the charge, and shall do no serv- and is not in a journey, and
ice. Thus shalt thou do un- forbeareth to keep the passover,
to the Lē'vites touching their even the same soul shall be cut Ex.12.15,Excommunication,
off from among his people: be-

cause he brought not the offer- See Neglect of Duty,

(Jud.5.23. B.C.1490.

The passover enjoined. 9 A second ing of the LORD in his appoint-
passover allowed. 15 A cloud guid- ed season, that man shall bear
eth the Israelites.

his sin,; Ex.40.2.

Ao a

Mōʻses in the wilderness of journ among you, and will keep Si’nāi, in the first month of the the passover unto the LORD; Le.23.6. Feast of Passover. second year after they were according to the ordinance of Ex.18.20, Ordinances, come out of the land of Egypt, the passover, and according to saying,

the manner thereof, so shals he Ex.4.6, Divine Commands. 2 Let the children of Işʻra-el do: ye shall have one ordinance, Ex.12.11, Passover.

also keep the passover at his both for the stranger, and for Ex.12.19, Strangers (3). appointed season.

him that was born in the land. Ex. 12.49, Law Impartial, 3 In the fourteenth day of this 15 (And on the day that the

month, at even, ye shall keep it tabernacle was reared up the
in his appointed season : accord- cloud covered the tabernacle, Ex.25.8, Tabernacle.
ing to all the rites of it, and ac-namely, the tent of the testi- p.p.Ex.13.21.
cording to all the ceremonies mony: and at even there was
thereof, shall ye keep it. upon the tabernacle as it were

4 And Mōʻşeş spake unto the the appearance of fire, until the
children of Işóra-el, that they morning.
should keep the passover.

16 So it was alway: the cloud Le.23.6. Feast of Passover, 5 And they kept the passover covered it by day, and the ap


on the fourteenth day of the pearance of fire by night.
first month at even in the wil- 17 And when the cloud was Ex.13.21, Pillar of Cloud,
derness of Si'nāi: according to taken up from the tabernacle,

[ch.10.11. all that the LORD commanded then after that the children of Ge.6.22, Obedience (2). Mōʻşeş, so did the children of Iş'ra-el journeyed: and in the Iş'ra-el.

place where the cloud abode, See Divine Leader, De.8.2. Le.7.21, Pollutions (1), 6 | And there were certain there the children of işóra-el


men, who were defiled by the pitched their tents. Le.21.11, Dead Bodies, dead body of a man, that they 18 At the commandment of Ex.19.8,Theocracy,De.29.12.

(ch.19.11. could not keep the passover on the LORD the children of Iş'rap.p.Ex.18.15. that day: and they came be-lel journeyed, and at the com

[2 K.17.37.

your enemies.

Use of the


silver trumpets. mandment of the LORD they is to be gathered together, ye p.p.1 Co.10.1.

pitched: as long as the cloud shall blow, but ye shall not
abode upon the tabernacle they sound an alarm.

rested in their tents.

8 And the sons of Aâr'on, the
19 And when the cloud tarried priests, shall blow with the Ge.14.18, Priests.
long upon the tabernacle many trumpets; and they shall be to
days, then the children of Iş'- you for an ordinance for ever

ra-el kept the charge of the throughout your generations. Ge.49.18, Waiting for God. LORD, and journeyed not. 9 And if ye go to war in your

20 And so it was, when the land against the enemy that p.p.Jud.2.18; 6.9.
cloud was a few days upon the oppresseth you, then ye shall
tabernacle; according to the blow an alarm with the trump- Trumpets (1), ch.31.6.

commandment of the LORD ets; and ye shall be remem- Gе.8.1, Saints Remembered. Ge.6.22, Obedience (2). they abode in their tents, and bered before the LORD your

(Ps. according to the commandment God, and ye shall be saved from 2Chr.16.9, Divine Protection. p.p.Ps.48.14.

of the LORD they journeyed.

21 And so it was, when the 10 Also in the day of your glad-
cloud abode from even unto ness, and in your solemn days,
the morning, and that the and in the beginnings of your New Moons, ch.28.11.
cloud was taken up in the months, ye shall blow with the Le.25.9, Trumpets (2),
morning, then they journeyed: trumpets over your burnt offer-

(1 K.1.34.
whether it was by day or by ings, and over the sacrifices of Ex.29.18, Burnt-offerings.
night that the cloud was taken your peace offerings; that they Ex.20.24, Peace-offerings.
up, they journeyed.

may be to you for a memorial Ex.12.14, Memorials.
22 Or whether it were two before your God: I am the
days, or a month, or a year, that LORD your God.
the cloud tarried upon the tab- 11 TAnd it came to pass on the
ernacle, remaining thereon, the twentieth day of the second

children of Işóra-el abode in month, in the second year, that Ge.49.18, Waiting for God. their tents, and journeyed not : the cloud was taken up from off Ex.13.21, Pillar of Cloud, Ge.24.27, Guidance (3). but when it was taken up, they the tabernacle of the testimony:

(ch.12.5. journeyed.

12 And the children of Işóra-el 23 At the commandment of took their journeys out of the p.p.Ex.19.1. Mt.6.10, Submission (2). the LORD they rested in the wilderness of Si'nāi; and the

tents, and at the commandment cloud rested in the wilderness p.p.Ge.21.21.
Ge.47.9, Pilgrimage. of the LORD they journeyed : of Pā'ran.
Ge.6.22, Obedience (2), they kept the charge of the 13 And they first took their

(Jos.11.15. LORD, at the commandment of journey according to the com-
the LORD by the hand of Mõ’şes. mandment of the LORD by the De.8.2, Divine Leader.

hand of Mo'şeş.

Ex.19.8, Theocracy.

14 TIn the first place went the B.C.1490.

The use of the silver trumpets. 11 The
Israelites go from Sinai to Paran. standard of the camp of the chil-
33 Moses' blessing.

dren of Jū’dah according to their De.33.7, Tribe of Judah.
A Moses, saying,
ND the LORD spake unto armies: and over his host was

Näh'shăn the son of Am-mìn'a-
Le.25.9, Trumpets (2). 2 Make thee two trumpets of dăb.

silver; of a whole piece shalt 15 And over the host of the
thou make them: that thou tribe of the children of Is'sa- Gе.30.18, Issachar.

mayest use them for the calling char was Ne-thăn'e-el the son p.p.Is.1.13.

of the assembly, and for the of Zū’ar.
journeying of the camps.

16 And over the host of the p.p.Je.4.5.

3 And when they shall blow tribe of the children of Zěb'u- Gе.30.20, Zebulun. with them, all the assembly lặn was E-li’ab the son of Hē'

shall assemble themselves to lon.
Ex.25.8, Tabernacle. thee at the door of the taber-| 17 And the tabernacle was

nacle of the congregation. taken down; and the sons of
4 And if they blow but with Gēr'shon and the sons of Me- ch.3.25, Gershonites.

ch.3.36, Merarites. ch.1.16, Princes.

one trumpet, then the princes, rā'ri set forward, bearing the p.p.Ex.18.21. which are heads of the thou- tabernacle. sands of îş'ra-el, shall gather 18 And the standard of the themselves unto thee.

camp of Reuben set forward Ge.29.32, Reuben.

5 When ye blow an alarm, according to their armies: and
then the camps that lie on the over his host was E-li’zur the
east parts shall go forward. son of Shěd'e-ur.

6 When ye blow an alarm the 19 And over the host of the
second time, then the camps tribe of the children of Sim'- ch.1.22, Tribe of Simeon.
that lie on the south side shall e-on was She-lū’mi-el the son
take their journey: they shall of Zū-ri-shăd'da-i.
blow an alarm for their jour- 20 And over the host of the

tribe of the children of Găd was Ge.30.11, Gad.
7 But when the congregation E-li’a-săph the son of Deū‘el.

The Israelites remove from Sinai.


Manna is loathed. ch.3.30, Kohathites. 21 And the Kō'hath-ītes set thine enemies be scattered; and Ex.15.6, God's Enemies.

forward, bearing the sanctuary : let them that hate thee flee be- p.p.Ps.68.1.

and the other did set up the fore thee. Ex.25.8, Tabernacle. tabernacle against they came. 36 And when it rested, he said, Ex.33.22, Divine Over22 And the standard of the Return, O LORD, unto the many

(shadowing. ch.1.33, Tribe of Ephraim. camp of the children of Ephră- thousands of Işóra-el.

p.p.Ps.132.8. im set forward according to

CHAPTER 11 their armies: and over his host

Manna loathed. 16 Seventy elders B.C.1490. was E-lish'a-må the son of Am

appointed. 31 Quails are given in mi'hŭd.

wrath, etc.

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Ge.41.51, Manasseh (a). tribe of the children of Mã-năs' plained, it displeased

(ch.14.27. seh was Gā-māli-el the son of LORD: and the LORD heard it;

Divine Displeasure, Ps.2.5. Pē-dähʼzur.

and his anger was kindled; Ex.4.14, God'sAnger,ch.12.9. 24 And over the host of the and the fire of the LORD burnt Ge.19.24, Fire (3), ch.16.35. Ge.35.18, Benjamin. tribe of the children of Běn'ja- among them, and consumed

min was Ab’i-dăn the son of them that were in the utter-

most parts of the camp: 25 And the standard of the 2 And the people cried unto ch.1.39, Tribe of Dan. camp of the children of Dăn set Mo’şes; and when Mö’şeş prayed Ex.32.32, Intercession (3).

forward, which was the rere- unto the LORD, the fire was
ward of all the camps through- quenched.

Ex.15.25,Prayers Answered.
out their hosts: and over his 3 And he called the name of
host was A-hi-ē zēr the son of the place Tăb'e-rah: because the

fire of the LORD burnt among 26 And over the host of the them. Ge.30.13, Asher.

tribe of the children of Ashʼēr 4 TAnd the mixt multitude Ex.12.38, Rabble, Mt.26.47. was Pā’ği-el the son of Oc'ran. that was among them fell a lust- Evil Desire, Pr.21.10.

27 And over the host of the ing: and the children of Iş'ra-el ch.2.29, Tribe of Naphtali. tribe of the children of Năph'- also wept again, and said, Who

ta-li was A-hi'rå the son of shall give us flesh to eat ? Ex.16.3, Carnality, Ps.78.18. E'nan.

5 We remember the fish, which Ge.1.21, Fish.

28 Thus were the journeyings we did eat in E'ģýpt freely; the
of the children of Iş'ra-el ac- cucumbers, and the melons, and Cucumbers, Is.1.8.
cording to their armies, when the leeks, and the onions, and Appetites, Pt.16.26.
they set forward.

the garlick: Ex.2.2, Moses, ch.12.3. 29 [And Mo'şeş said unto Ho- 6 But now our soul is dried Ex.2.18, Jethro (Raguel). băb, the son of Rā-gū'el the away: there is nothing at all, De.32.6, Ingratitude (1).

Mid'-an-ite, Mo’şeş' father in beside this manna, before our Ex.16.4, Manna, Jos.5.12. Ge.47.9, Pilgrimage. law, We are journeying unto eyes. Ge. 12.7, Promised Land. the place of which the LORD 7 And the manna was as coriGe.7.1, "Comes," Is.1.18. said, I will give it you: come ander seed, and the colour therep.p.Ge.32.12.

thou with us, and we will do of as the colour of bdellium. Ge.17.2, Covenant (2). thee good: for the LORD hath 8 And the people went about, Ex.6.7, Israel (2). spoken good concerning Işíra-el. and gathered it, and ground it in

30 And he said unto him, I will mills, or beat it in a mortar, and Ex.11.5, Mills, Mt.24.41. Ps.81.11, Call Refused. not go; but I will depart to mine baked it in pans, and made cakes Ex.16.23, Baking. Ge.31.30, Love of Home, own land, and to my kindred. of it: and the taste of it was as (Ru.1.6. 31 And he said, Leave us not, the taste of fresh oil.

Ex.29.2, Oil (2). I pray thee; forasmuch as thou 9 And when the dew fell upon Ge.27.28, Dew. knowest how we are to encamp the camp in the night, the man

in the wilderness, and thou na fell upon it. p.p.Jb.29.15.

mayest be to us instead of eyes. 10 9 Then Mo’ses heard the

32 And it shall be, if thou go people weep throughout their p.p.Jud.1.16.

with us, yea, it shall be, that families, every man in the door See Blessings (2), Ex.23.25. what goodness the LORD shall of his tent: and the anger of the Ex.4.14, God's Anger.

do unto us, the same will we do LORD was kindled greatly; Mo'-
unto thee,

şeş also was displeased.
33 | And they departed from 11 And Mo'şeş said unto the
Ex.16.1, Mt. Sinai. the mount of the LORD three LORD, Wherefore hast thou af-

days' journey: and the ark of flicted thy servant? and whereDe.8.2, Divine Leader. the covenant of the LORD went fore have I not found favour in

before them in the three days' thy sight, that thou layest the
journey, to search out a resting burden of all this people upon
place for them.

v.14, Human Weakness. Ex.13.21, Pillar of Cloud. 34 And the cloud of the LORD 12 Have I conceived all this

was upon them by day, when people ? have I begotten them,
they went out of the camp. that thou shouldest say unto me, p.p.Is.40.11; 49.23.

35 And it came to pass, when Carry them in thy bosom, as a Ex.25.10, Ark (3), De.10.8. the ark set forward, that Moʻ- nursing father beareth the suck- Jb.10.1, Complaints. (seş said, Rise up, LORD, and let ing child, unto the land which Ge.12.7, Promised Land.

for ye

The seventy elders.


Quails are sett. p.p.Ge.50.24.

thou swarest unto their fathers? 25 And the LORD came down See Multitude Fed.Ex.16.13. 13 Whence should I have flesh in a cloud, and spake unto him, Ex.19.9, Cloud, Mt.17.5.

to give unto all this people? for and took of the spirit that was Holy Spirit (4), ch.24.2. they weep unto me, saying, Give upon him, and gave it unto the

us fesh, that we may eat. seventy elders: and it came to Ex.3.16, Elders. Human Weakness, Mt.26.40. 14 I am not able to bear all this pass, that, when the spirit rest- Prophesying, 1 K.11.31. p.p.Ex.18.18.

people alone, because it is too ed upon them, they prophesied, Inspiration (3), ch.23.5.
heavy for me.
and did not cease.

Ac.2.4, Spir. Utterance.
15 And if thou deal thus with 26 But there remained two of
Death Sought, 1 K.19.4. me, kill me, I pray thee, out of the men in the camp, the name
Unwise Prayers, 1 K.19.4. hand, if I have found favour in of the one was Šl'dăd, and the

thy sight; and let me not see name of the other Mē'dăd : and Despondency, Jos.7.7. my wretchedness.

the spirit rested upon them; and 16 And the LORD said unto they were of them that were See Council, Mt.2.4. Mo'şeş, Gather unto me seventy written, but went not out unto p.p.1 S.20.26; Je.36.5. Ex.3.16, Elders.

men of the elders of Iş'ra-el, the tabernacle: and they proph-
whom thou knowest to be the esied in the camp.
elders of the people, and officers 27 And there ran a young man,

over them; and bring them un- and told Mōʻşeş, and said, Èldăd Ex.25.8, Tabernacle. to the tabernacle of the congre- and Mē'dăd do prophesy in the

gation, that they may stand camp:
there with thee.

28 And Josh'u-å the son of Nún, Ex.17.9, Joshua, ch.13.16. Ps.113.6, Divine Conde- 17 And I will come down and the servant of Mõ’şeş, one of his

[scension. talk with thee there: and I will young men, answered and said, v.25, Holy Spirit (4). take of the spirit which is upon My lord Mo’şeş, forbid them. Bigotry, Jud. 12.6.

thee, and will put it upon them; 29 And Mōʻşeş said unto him,

and they shall bear the burden Enviest thou for my sake? p.p.1 Co.14.5. Ex.17.12, Co-operation. of the people with thee, that would God that all the LORD's Ge.13.9, Unselfishness, Ex.3.7, Divine Compassion. thou bear it not thyself alone. people were prophets, and that

(1 S.18.4. 18 And say thou unto the peo- the LORD would put his spirit p.p.v.25. Ex.19.22, Sanctification (2), ple, Sanctify yourselves against upon them!

[Jos.3.5. to morrow, and ye shall eat flesh: 30 And Mōʻşeş gat him into

have wept in the ears of the camp, he and the elders of Ex.3.16, Elders. Ex.14.11, Murmuring (2). the LORD, saying, Who shall give Iş'ra-el. p.p.v.4.

us flesh to eat? for it was well 31 | And there went forth

with us in E'ġýpt: therefore the a wind from the LORD, and Ps.148.8. Wind Ruled. De.2.7, Divine Supplies. LORD will give you flesh, and ye brought quails from the sea, Ex.16.13, Quails, Ps.105.40, shall eat. and let them fall by the camp,

Ex.10.19, Red Sea, Jos.4.23. 19 Ye shall not eat one day, nor as it were a day's journey on two days, nor five days, neither this side, and as it were a day's Ex.16.13, Multitude Fed, ten days, nor twenty days; journey on the other side, round

[2 K.4.43. 20 But even a whole month, about the camp, and as it were Ps.23.5, Superabundance.

untilit come out at your nostrils, two cubits high upon the face De.2.7, Divine Supplies. De.32.32, Dissatisfaction. and it be loathsome unto you: of the earth. Pr.1.30, Despisers. because that ye have despised 32 And the people stood all

the LORD which is among you, that day, and all that night, and Ec.1.3, Worldly Labor.

and have wept before him, say- all the next day, and they gath-Gluttony, De.21.20. De.32.6, Ingratitude (1). ing, Why came we forth out of ered the quails: he that gath- Ps.39.6. Worldly Care. Egypt?

ered least gathered ten ho- Le.27.16, Homer, Is.5.10. 21 And Mōʻşeş said, The people, mers: and they spread them all Jb.27.16, Accumulation.

among whom I am, are six abroad for themselves round Ge.17.17, Unbelief (1), hundred thousand footmen; and about the camp.

(ch.20.12. thou hast said, I will give them 33 And while the flesh was yet p.p.Ps.78.30. p.p.Ex.12.37; 38.26. flesh, that they may eat a whole between their teeth, ere it was month.

chewed, the wrath of the LORD 2 K.22.13, God's Wrath. p.p.2 K.7.2.

22 Shall the flocks and the was kindled against the people, Ge.15.8, Doubters. herds be slain for them, to suf- and the LORD smote the people 1 S.25.38. Smitten of God. Ge.1.21, Fish.

fice them ? or shall all the fish with a very great plague. Le.26.21, Plagues.
of the sea be gathered together 34 And he called the name of

for them, to suffice them ? that place Kibsroth-hat-tā’a-vah: p.p.Is.50.2; 59.1.

23 And the LORD said unto because there they buried the See Sin's Penalty, Ge.2.17. De.5.15, God's Hand. Mo’şeş, Is the LORD's hand people that lusted.

Ps.37.38, End of the Wicked. 1 Chr.29.12, God's Power. waxed short ? thou shalt see 35 And the people journeyed 1 K.8.56, God's Word Sure. now whether my word shall from Kib'roth-hat-tā'a-vah un

come to pass unto thee or not. to Hâ-zē'roth; and abode at
24 [And Mo'şeş went out, and Ha-zē'roth.

Hazeroth, ch.12.16.
Je.1.7, Speak "The Word.” told the people the words of the
LORD, and gathered the seventy

See Council, Mt.2.4. men of the elders of the people, Miriam's and Aaron's sedition. 10 B.C.1490.
and set them round about the

Her leprosy; Moses prayeth for

her. 14 She is shut out of the Ex.25.8, Tabernacle. tabernacle.

camp seven days.


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