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The ransom of souls.
The holy anointing oil.
the two evens,
B. C. 1491. +d sweet incense every morning: when | 21 So they shall wash their hands B. C. 1491.
e he dresseth the lamps, he shall burn and their feet, that they die not: and + Heb. incense incense upon it.
wit shall be a statute for ever to them, w ch. 28. 43. of spices. il Or, setteth
8 And when Aaron II lighteth the even to him and to his seed through
lamps tat even, he shall burn incense out their generations. Heb. causeth to ascend. upon it, a perpetual incense before the 22 | Moreover the LORD spake unto | Heb.between LORD throughout your generations. | Moses, saying,
| 9 Ye shall offer no fstrange incense ch. 12. 6.
23 Take thou also unto thee *prin- | * Cant. 4. 14. d ver, 34. thereon, nor burnt sacrifice, nor meat, cipal spices, of pure y myrrh five hun
Ez. 27. 22. 1 Sam. 2. 28.
y P8. 45. 8. 1 Chr. 23. 13.
offering; neither shall ye pour drink dred shekels, and of sweet cinnamon Prov.7. 17. Luke 1. 9. offering thereon.
half so much, even two hundred and e ch. 27. 21.
| 10 And & Aaron shall make an atone-fifty shekels, and of sweet 2 calamus z Cant. 4. 14. f Lev. 10. 1.
Jer. 6. 20. g Lev. 16. 18.
ment upon the horns of it once in a two hundred and fifty shekels, & 23. 27. year with the blood of the sin offering 24 And of a cassia five hundred shek- a Ps. 45. 8.
of atonements; once in the year shall | els, after the shekel of the sanctuary,
b ch. 29. 40.
holy ointment, an ointment compound | 11 | And the Lord spake unto Moh ch. 38. 25.
after the art of thellapothecary: it shall 11 Or, perfuNum. 1.2, 5.
be a holy anointing oil.
c ch. 37. 29. & 26. 2. 2 Sam. 24. 2. 12 h When thou takest the sum of
Num. 35. 25. 26 d And thou shalt anoint the taber
Ps. 89. 20. & † Heb. them the children of Israel after their nacle of the congregation therewith, 133. 2. that are to be number, then shall they give every and the ark of the testimony,
d ch. 40. 9. numbered.
Lev. 8. 10. i See Num. 31. man ia ransom for his soul unto the 27 And the table and all his vessels,
Num. 7. 1. 50. Job 33. 24. &
LORD, when thou numberest them; and the candlestick and his vessels, 36. 18. that there be no k plague among them, and the altar of incense, Ps. 49. 7. Matt. 20. 28. when thou numberest them.
28 And the altar of burnt offering Mark 10. 45. 13 This they shall give, every one with all his vessels, and the laver and 1 Tim. 2. 6. 1 Pet. 1. 18,19. that passeth among them that are his foot. k 2 Sam. 24. 15. numbered, half a shekel after the 29 And thou shalt sanctify them, I Matt. 17. 24.
shekel of the sanctuary: (ma shekel that they may be most holy: ewhat- e ch. 29. 37. m Lev. 27. 25. Num. 3. 47. is twenty gerahs :) na half shekel soever toucheth them shall be holy. Ez. 45. 12. shall be the offering of the LORD. 30 fAnd thou shalt anoint Aaron and ch. 29. 7, &c. nch. 38. 26.
14 Every one that passeth among his sons, and consecrate them, that o Job 34. 19.
them that are numbered, from twenty they may minister unto me in the Prov. 22. 2. years old and above, shall give an of- priest's office. Eph. 6. 9. Col. 3. 25. fering unto the Lord.
31 And thou shalt speak unto the † Heb. multi | 15 T'he orich shall not + give more, children of Israel, saying, This shall ply.
and the poor shall not + give less, than be a holy anointing oil unto me † Heb. dimin.
half a shekel, when they give an of- throughout your generations.
fering unto the Lord, to make an 32 Upon man's flesh shall it not be p ver. 12. Patonement for your souls.
poured, neither shall ye make any 16 And thou shalt take the atone- other like it, after the composition of
ment-money of the children of Israel, it: Sit is holy, and it shall be holy 8 ver. 25, 37. q ch. 38. 25. 1 and 4shalt appoint it for the service unto you.
of the tabernacle of the congregation ;| 33 ħ Whosoever compoundeth any | h ver. 38. r Num. 16.40. that it may be ra memorial unto the like it, or whosoever putteth any of children of Israel before the LORD, to it upon a stranger, ishall even be cut i Gen. 17. 14.
ch. 12. 15. make an atonement for your souls. off from his people.
Lev. 7. 20,21. 17 1 And the LORD spake unto Mo- 34 | And the Lord said unto Moses, ses, saying, k Take unto thee sweet spices, stac- ch. 25. 6. &
37. 29. 8 ch. 38. 8. 18 s Thou shalt also make a laver of te, and onycha, and galbanum ; these 1 Kings 7.38.
brass, and his foot also of brass, to sweet spices with pure frankincense : t ch. 40. 7, 80. wash withal : and thou shalt tput it of each shall there be a like weight:
between the tabernacle of the con- 35 And thou shalt make it a pergregation and the altar, and thou fume, a confection lafter the art of 1 ver. 25. shalt put water therein.
the apothecary, + tempered together, Heb. salted, uch. 40. 31, 32.
Lev. 2. 13. 19 For Aaron and his sons u shall pure and holy : P8. 26. 6. 18. 52. 11. wash their hands and their feet. 36 And thou shalt beat some of it John 13. 10. thereat. Heb. 10. 22.
very small, and put of it before the 20 When they go into the tabernacle testimony in the tabernacle of the of the congregation, they shall wash congregation, mwhere I will meet m ch. 29: 42. with water, that they die not; or with thee: nit shall be unto you
n ver. 32. when they come near to the altar to most holy.
ch. 29. 37.
Lev. 2. 3. minister, to burn offering made by 37 And as for the perfume which fire unto the LORD.
| thou shalt make, 'ye shall not make over. 32.
Bezaleel and Aholiab called.
Aaron maketh a golden calf.
B. C. 1491. to yourselves according to the com- in the u seventh is the sabbath of rest, B. C. 1491.
position thereof: it shall be unto theel + holy to the LORD: whosoever doeth
u Gen. 2. 2.
ch. 16. 23. & p ver. 33. 38 P Whosoever shall make like unto surely be put to death.
20. 10. that, to smell thereto, shall even be | 16 Wherefore the children of Israel | Heb. holicut off from his people.
shall keep the sabbath, to observe the
sabbath throughout their generations, CHAPTER XXXI.
for a perpetual covenant. Bezaleel and Aholiab are called and qualified for the | 17 It is a sign between me and the ver, 13:20 work of the tabernacle. 12 The observance of the
children of Israel for ever: for yin sabbath is again commanded. 18 Moses receiveth the
y Gen. 1. 31. &
| ed, and was refreshed.
36. 1. am I zaleel the bson of Uri, the son of Hur, he had made an end of communing bi Chr. 2. 20. of the tribe of Judah : with him upon mount Sinai, ztwo z ch. 24. 12. &
32. 15, 16. & c ch. 35. 31. 3 And I have "filled him with the tables of testimony, tables of stone,
34. 28, 29. 1 Kings 7.14. spirit of God, in wisdom, and in un- | written with the finger of God.
Deut. 4. 13. &
5. 22. & 9. 10, derstanding, and in knowledge, and in all manner of workmanship,
2 Cor. 3. 3. 4 To devise cunning works, to work The people, in the absence of Moses, cause Aaron to
make a calf. 7 God is angered thereby. 11 At in gold, and in silver, and in brass,
the entreaty of Moses he is appeased. 15 Moses com5 And in cutting of stones, to set eth down with the tables. 19 He breaketh them. 20
He destroyeth the calf. 22 Aaron's excuse for him. them, and in carving of timber, to work self. 25 Moses causeth the idolaters to be slain. 30 in all manner of workmanship.
He prayeth for the people. 6 And I, behold, I have given with AND when the people saw that Mod ch. 35. 34. him dAholiab, the son of Ahisamach, A ses a delayed to come down out a ch. 24. 18. of the tribe of Dan: and in the hearts of the mount, the people gathered
Deut. 9.9. ech. 28. 3. & of all that are ewise hearted I have themselves together unto Aaron, and 35. 10, 35. & put wisdom, that they may make all said unto him, bUp, make us gods, 0 Acts 7. 40. 36. 1.
that I have commanded thee; . which shall go before us; for as for c ch. 13. 21. f ch. 36. 8. 1 7 f The tabernacle of the congrega- this Moses, the man that brought us g ch. 37. 1.
tion, and s the ark of the testimony, up out of the land of Egypt, we wot h ch. 37. 6. and h the mercyseat that is thereup- not what is become of him. | Heb. vessels. on, and all the + furniture of the tab | 2 And Aaron said unto them, Break ernacle, off the d golden earrings, which are in 1 Judg. 8. 24,
25, 26, 27. | 8 And i the table and his furniture, the ears of your wives, of your sons, ich. 37. 10. k ch. 37. 7. and k the pure candlestick with all his and of your daughters, and bring them
furniture, and the altar of incense, unto me. I ch. 38. 1. 9 And the altar of burnt offering 3 And all the people brake off the mch. 38. 8. with all his furniture, and m the laver golden earrings which were in their and his foot,
ears, and brought them unto Aaron. nch. 39. 1, 41. | 10 And - the clothes of service, and 4 e And he received them at their e ch. 20. 23. Num. 4. 5,6,
Deut. 9. 16. &c. the holy garments for Aaron the priest, hand, and fashioned it with a graving
Judg. 17.3, 4. and the garments of his sons, to min- tool, after he had made it a molten 1 Kings12. 28.
Neh. 9. 18. ister in the priest's office,
calf: and they said, These be thy Ps. 106. 19. 0 ch. 30. 25, 31. 11 °And the anointing oil, and Psweet gods, O Israel, which brought thee
18. 46. 6. & 37. 29.
Acts 7. 41. incense for the holy place : according up out of the land of Egypt.
Rom. 1. 23. p ch. 30. 34. &
to all that I have commanded thee 5 And when Aaron saw it, he built
an altar before it; and Aaron made
2 Kings10.20. 13 Speak thou also unto the chil- | 6 And they rose up early on the 2 Chr. 30.5. q Lev. 19. 3, dren of Israel, saying, ' Verily my morrow, and offered burnt offerings, 30. & 26. 2.
sabbaths ye shall keep : for it is aand brought peace offerings; and the Ez. 20. 12, 20. & 44. 24.
h ver. 1. your generations; that ye may know and rose up to play.
ch. 33. 1. that I am the LORD that doth sanctify z And the LORD said unto Moses, Deut. 9. 12.
Dan. 9. 24. you. h Go, get thee down ; for thy people,
i Gen. 6. 11, 12 rch. 20. 8. 14 "Ye shall keep the sabbath there- which thou broughtest out of the land Deut. 4. 16. & Deut. 5. 12.
32. 5. Ez. 20. 12. fore; for it is holy unto you. Every of Egypt, i have corrupted themselves :
Judg. 2. 19. one that defileth it shall surely be put! 8 They have turned aside quickly Hos. 9. 9. sch. 35. 2. to death : for swhosoever doeth any out of the way which kI commanded k ch. 20. 3, 4, Num. 15. 35.
work therein, that soul shall be cut them : they have made them a molten Deut. 9. 16.
11 Kings 12. t ch. 20. 9. 15 Six days may work be done; but sacrificed thereunto, and said, "These 28.
God is angered thereby.
The idolaters are slain.
B. C. 1491. be thy gods, O Israel, which have that thou hast brought so great a sin B. C. 1491.
| brought thee up out of the land of upon them?
22 And Aaron said, Let not the mch. 33. 3, 5. 9 And the LORD said unto Moses, m I anger of my lord wax hot: Cthou cch. 14. 11. & & 34. 9. 2 I have seen this people, and, behold, it knowest the people, that they are ! 20:28. & 13.5
15. 24. & 16.2, Deut. 9. 6, 13. & 31. 27." is a stiffnecked people :
set on mischief.
2,4. 2 Chr. 30. 8. Is. 48. 4.
10 Now therefore n let me alone, that 23 For they said unto me, Make d ver. 1. Acts 7.51. 1°my wrath may wax hot against them, us gods, which shall go before us: in Deut. 9. 14, 19.
and that I may consume them: and for as for this Moses, the man that o ch. 22. 24. | PI will make of thee a great na- brought us up out of the land of p Num. 14. 12.
Egypt, we wot not what is become | Heb. the 11 9And Moses besought + the LORD of him. face of the LORD.
te his God, and said, LORD, why doth 24 And I said unto them, Whosoever q Deut. 9. 18. | thy wrath wax hot against thy peo hath any gold, let them break it off.
3.74.10:29. | ple, which thou hast brought forth | So they gave it me: then I cast it & 106. 23. o out of the land of Egypt with great into the fire, and there e came out this e ver. 4.
power, and with a mighty hand ? Num. 14. 13. ' 12 'Wherefore should the Egyptians 25 | And when Moses saw that the Deut. 9. 28, &
speak, and say, For mischief did he people were f naked, (for Aaron & had fch. 33. 4, 5. 32. 27.
bring them out, to slay them in the made them naked unto their shame 1 2 Chr. 28. 19. mountains, and to consume them from among + their enemies,)
† Heb. those
that rose up the face of the earth? Turn from thy | 26 Then. Moses stood in the gate of
against then. 8 ver. 14. fierce wrath, and $repent of this evil the camp, and said, Who is on the against thy people.
Lord's side? let him come unto me. 13 Remember Abraham, Isaac, and And all the sons of Levi gathered
Israel, thy servants, to whom thou themselves together unto him. t Gen. 22. 16. tswarest by thine own self, and saidst | 27 And he said unto them, Thus Heb. 6. 13. u Gen. 12.7.&
unto them, “I will multiply your seed saith the LORD God of Israel, Put 13. 15. & 15.7, as the stars of heaven, and all this every man his sword by his side, and 28. 13. & 35.
land that I have spoken of will I give go in and out from gate to gate 11, 12. unto your seed, and they shall inherit throughout the camp, and hslay every h Num. 25. 5. it for ever. man his brother, and every man his
Deut. 33. 9. w Deut. 32. 26. / 14 And the LORD W repented of the companion, and every man his neigh2 Sam. 24. 16.
evil which he thought to do unto his 1 Chr. 21. 15.
| i Num. 25. 11, bour.
12, 13. Ps. 106. 45. people.
28 And the children of Levi did ac- || Deut. 13. 6Jer. 18. 8. &
11. & 33. 9,10. 26. 13, 19: < | 15 | And Moses turned, and went cording to the word of Moses: and
1 Sam. 15.18, Joel 2. 13.
22. Prov. 21. Jonah 3. 10. down from the mount, and the two there fell of the people that day about
3. Zech. 13.3. & 4. 2.““ | tables of the testimony were in his three thousand men.
Matt. 10.37. * Deut. 9. 15. hand : the tables were written on both 29 il For Moses had said, + Consecrate || Or, And Mo
ses said, Contheir sides; on the one side and on yourselves to day to the Lord, even
secrate your the other were they written. every man upon his son, and upon selves to day
to the LORD, y ch. 31. 18. 16 And the y tables were the work of his brother; that he may bestow
because every God, and the writing was the writing upon you a blessing this day.
been against of God, graven upon the tables. | 30 | And it came to pass on the his son, and 17 And when Joshua heard the noise morrow, that Moses said unto the
brother, &c. of the people as they shouted, he said people, k Ye have sinned a great sin : 1 + Heb.' Fill unto Moses, There is a noise of war and now I will go up unto the LORD; your hands. Ineradventure I shall m make an atone- |
k 1 Sam. 12. in the camp.
20, 23. 18 And he said, It is not the voice ment for your sin.
Luke 15. 18. of them that shout for mastery, nei-| 31 And Moses n returned unto the 12 Sam. 16. 12.
ther is it the voice of them that cry LORD, and said, Oh, this people have m Num. 25. 13. | Heb. weak- for + being overcome; but the noise of sinned a great sin, and have made n Deut. 9. 18.
och. 20. 23. them that sing do I hear.
them gods of gold. 19 || And it came to pass, as soon as 32 Yet now, if thou wilt forgive z Deut. 9. 16, he came nigh unto the camp, that ? he their sin—; and if not, Pblot me, I PPs.69, 28.
saw the calf, and the dancing: and pray thee, 'out of thy book which Ps. 56.8. & Moses' anger waxed hot, and he cast thou hast written.
Dan. 12. 1. the tables out of his hands, and brake 33 And the LORD said unto Moses, Phil. 4.3. them beneath the mount. TWhosoever hath sinned against me,
Rev. 3. 5. &
13. 8. & 17. 8. a Deut. 9. 21. / 20 a And he took the calf which they him will I blot out of my book.
& 20.12, 15. & had made, and burnt it in the fire, and 34 Therefore now go, lead the peo
21.27.& 22. 19.
r Lev. 23. 30. ground it to powder, and strewed it ple unto the place of which I have ! Ez. 18. 4. upon the water, and made the chil- spoken unto thee: Sbehold, mine sch. 33. 2, 14,
&c. dren of Israel drink of it.
Angel shall go before thee: never Num. 20. 16. | 21 And Moses said unto Aaron, theless, tin the day when I visit, I t Deut. 32. 35. b Gen. 20. 9.
Am.3. 14. & 26. 10. b What did this people unto thee, I will visit their sin upon them.
Rom. 2. 5. 6.
The tabernacle removed.
God's promise to Moses.
B. C. 1491. 35 And the LORD plagued the peo- the camp ; but u his servant Joshua, B. C. 1491.
ple, because u they made the calf, | the son of Nun, a young man, departu 2 Sam. 12. 9. Acts 7. 41.
| u ch. 24. 13. which Aaron made.
ed not out of the tabernacle. CHAPTER XXXIII.
12 | And Moses said unto the LORD,
See, *thou sayest unto me, Bring up ch. 32. 34. The Lord refuseth to go as he had promised with the people. 4 The people mourn thereat. _7 The taber this people : and thou hast not let me nacle is removed out of the camp. 9 The Lord talketh face to face with Moses. 12 Moses prayeth for
know whom thou wilt send with me.
Gen. 18. 19.
John 10. 14, a ch. 32. 7. a and the people which thou hast 13 Now therefore, I pray thee, ? if | 15. 2Tim.2. brought up out of the land of Egypt, I have found grace in thy sight, a shew
z ch. 34. 9. unto the land which I sware unto me now thy way, that I may know
a Ps. 25.4. & Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob, thee, that I may find grace in thy 27. 11. & 86. b Gen. 12. 7. saying, b Unto thy seed will I give it: sight: and consider that this nation
11. & 119. 33. ch. 32. 13. 2° And I will send an Angel before is b thy people.
b Deut. 9. 26, c ch. 32. 34. &
29. Joel 2. 17. 34. 11. thee; dand I will drive out the Ca- 14 And he said, "My presence shall
c ch. 13. 21. & d Deut. 7. 22. naanite, the Amorite, and the Hittite, go with thee, and I will give thee 40. 34-38. Josh. 24. 11. and the Perizzite, the Hivite, and the rest.
Is. 63. 9.
d Deut. 3, 20. Jebusite: | 15 And he said unto him, e If thy loj
Josh. 21. 44. e ch. 3. 8. 3 e Unto a land flowing with milk presence go not with me, carry us not & 22.4.& 23.
1. Ps.95. 11. f ver. 15, 17. and honey : * for I will not go up in up hence.
e ver. 3. the midst of thee; for thou art a 16 For wherein shall it be known ch. 34. 9. & ch. 32. 9. & 6stiffnecked people : lest h I consume here that I and thy people have found 34.9. Deut. 9. / thee in the way. 6, 13.
grace in thy sight? fis it not in that f Num. 14. 14. h ch. 23. 21. & 4 And when the people heard thou goest with us? So shall we & ch. 34. 10.
Deut. 4.7, 34. 32. 10. Num. these evil tidings, ithey mourned : | be separated, I and thy people, from 2 Sam. 7.23. 16. 21, 45. kand no man did put on him his or all the people that are upon the face
| 1 Kings 8.53. i Num. 14.1,
Ps. 147. 20. 39. naments
of the earth. k Lev. 10. 6. 5 For the LORD had said unto Mo- 17 And the LORD said unto Moses, 2 Sam. 19. 24. 1 Kings 21.27. ses, Say unto the children of Israel, I will do this thing also that thou h Gen. 19. 21. 2 Kings 19.1.
James 5. 16. 1 Ye are a stiffnecked people : I will hast spoken: for i thou hast found Ezra 9.3.
i ver. 12. Esth. 4.1, 4. come up minto the midst of thee in a grace in my sight, and I know thee Job 1. 20. & 2. 12. Is. 32.
moment, and consume thee : therefore by name. 11. Ez. 24.17, now put off thy ornaments from thee, 18 And he said, I beseech thee, 23. & 26. 16. l thot I movninou that I may nknow what to do unto shew me kthy glory. hot +
k ver. 20. I ver. 3.
1 Tim. 6. 16. thee.
| 19 And he said, I will make all ) ; m See Num.
I ch. 34.5,6,7. 16. 45, 46. 6 And the children of Israel stripped my goodness pass before thee, and I Jer. 31. 14. n Deut. 8. 2 themselves of their ornaments by the will proclaim the name of the LORD Ps. 139. 23. mount Horeb.
i 16, 18. 7 And Moses took the tabernacle, to whom I will be gracious, and will
| n Rom. 4. 4, 16. and pitched it without the camp, afar shew mercy on whom I will shew och. 29. 42, 43. off from the camp, "and called it the mercy.
Tabernacle of the congregation. And 20 And he said, Thou canst not see
it came to pass, that every one which my face : for othere shall no man see . Gen. 32. 30. p Deut. 4. 29.
Deut. 5. 24. P sought the Lord went out unto the me, and live.
Judg. 6. 22. & 2 Sam. 21. 1. tabernacle of the congregation, which 21 And the LORD said, Behold, there 13. 22. Is. 6.
5. Rev. 1. 16, was without the camp. is a place by me, and thou shalt stand
17. See ch.24 8 And it came to pass, when Moses upon a rock :
10. went out unto the tabernacle, that all 22 And it shall come to pass, while
the people rose up, and stood every my glory passeth by, that I will put q Num. 16. 27. man 9 at his tent door, and looked thee Pin a cleft of the rock, and will p Is. 2. 21.
after Moses, until he was gone into cover thee with my hand while I 9 Ps. 91. 1, 4.
r ver. 20.
John 1. 18. of the tabernacle, and the LORD
CHAPTER XXXIV. rch. 25. 22. & rtalked with Moses.
The tables are renewed. 5 The name of the LORD 31. 18. Ps. 99. 7. | 10 And all the people saw the cloudy
proclaimed. 8 Moses entreateth God to go with
them. 10 God maketh a covenant with them, repillar stand at the tabernacle door: 1 peating certain duties of the first table. 28 Moses 8 ch. 4. 31. and all the people rose up and swor
after forty days in the mount cometh down with the
tables. 29 His face shineth, and he covereth it with shipped, every man in his tent door. I a vail. t Gen. 32. 30. 11 And the LORD spake unto Moses' AND the LORD said unto Moses, a ch.32, 16, 19. Num. 12. 8.
face to face, as a man speaketh unto Deut. 34. 10.
Deut. 10. 1. A a Hew thee two tables of stone
b ver. 28. his friend. And he turned again into like unto the first: band I will write Deut. 10.2, 4.