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in Egypt: for there was not a House where there was not one Dead.

31 And he called for Moses and Aaron by Night, and laid, Rife up, and Get you forth from amongst my People, both you and the Children of Israel: and go serve the Lord, u ye have said.

32 Also take your Flocks, and your Herds, as ye have slid, and be gone: and bless me also.

33 And the Egyptians were Urgent upon the People, that they might fend them out of the Land in haste: for they said, We be all Dead Men.

34 And the People took their Dough before it was leavened, their Kneading-troughs being bound up in their Cloaths upon their Shoulders.

35 And the Children of Israel did according to the Word of Moses: and they borrowed of the Egyptians Jewels of Silver, and Jewels of Gold, and Raiment.

36 And the Lord gave the People Favour in the Sight of the Egyptians, so that they lent unto them such Things as they required: and they spoiled the Egyptians.

37 And the Children of Israel journeyed from Rameses to Succoth, about six hundred thousand on Foot that were Men, besides Children.

38 And a mixed Multitude went up also with them; aid Flocks, and Herds, even very much Cattle.

39 And they baked unleavened Cakes of the Dough, which they brought forth out of Egypt, for it was not leavened: because they were thrust out of Egypt, and could not tarry, neither had they prepared for themselves any Victual.

40 Now the sojourning of the Children, of Israel, who dwelt in Egypt, was four hundred and thirty Years.

41 And it came to pass at the End of the Four HunDred and Thirty Years, even the Self-same Day it ame to pass, that all the Host of the Lord went out from the Land of Egypt.

42 1 It is a NlGHT to be "Hth- 21 Through Faith be nm^h «kr«^.,„J „„»~ kept the Passover, andthe Spriiik

much observed unto the of BlO0D> lest u thDSSTRor.

LORD, for bringing them Ed the First-Born should touch them.

out from the Land of Egypt: 1 Cvrx- v- ? Purge put the old Lea

this is that Nipht of the vtn* ,h" ye bV new Lump»

uus IS mar. INIGHT or me as ye are unleavened, For even

LORD to be OBSERVED of all Christ Cui Passover is Sacrificed

the Children of Ilrael in their {ot "*>

Generations. 43 And 4.1 And the Lord said un- « Therefore let us keep the Feaj* »«- r j A nru* not w'tn Old Leaven, neither with

to Moses and Aaron, This is the lfave)i of maiice and v,CJtD.

the Ordinance of the Pajso- Nfss, but With the Unleavened Bread

Ver: there shall no Stranger of Swc»it» Mo. Tiuth.

■r J r» /• » 'ft*. I. 2 Elect according to the or uncircumcised Person eat Foreknowledge of God the Father

thereof. through Sanctification of the Spi

47 All the Congregation of onto obedk»ee,Mds«iH«two

T. T' _ .. . . ° 0 of the Blood of Jesus Christ: Urace

Israel Ihall Keep It. uriro you, and Peace be multipli

50 Thus did all the Chil- ed.

dren of Israel : as the Lord »« ■« y*.""*- that ye

unu u','""v' I" were not Redkkmkd with corruptible

Commanded Moses and Aa- Things, as Silver, and Gold, from

ron so did they. your Vain Conversation received by

, A i ... r„ Tradition from your Fathers.

51 And it came to pass Jp But wiA ^ P11ECI0US BtoOD.

the SELF-SAME DAY, that of Christ, as of a Lamb without

the LORD did BRING the Blemish and without Spot.

n, ., , r tr 1 c .1 Jo Who verily was Fore-ordained

Children of Israel Out of the before ^foundation of the Worlb,

Land of Egypt, by their Ar- but was manifest in these last Times'

mies.' {otyo«,l u. L- A

21 Who by him do Believe Ii> God that Raised htm up ftom the Dead, and gave him Glory, that your Faith and Hope might be in God.

Jtbn i. 29 John seeth Jesus coming unto him, and faith, Behold, the Lamb of God, which taketh away the Sin of the World.

45 Philip findeth Nathanael, and faith unto him, We have found him of whom Moses in the Law and the Prophets did write, Jesus of Nazareth.

Lukt xxii. 7 Then came the Day of Unleavened Bread, when the PassoVer must be Killed.

14 And when the Hour was come, he fat down, and the twelve Apostle* with him.

1 s And he said unto them, With Desire 1 have desired to eat this Passover with you before I Suffer.

t6 For I fay unto you, I will not any more eat thereof, until it be fulfilled in the Kingdom of God.

%tv. v. 8 When he had taken the Book, the four Beasts, and four and twenty Elders fell down-before the Lamb, having cveiy one of them Harps, and golden Vials full of Odours, which ate the Prayers of Saints.

9 And they fung a New Song, saying, Thou art Worthy to take the Book, and to open the Seals thereof: for thou wast Slain, and hast Redeemed Us to God by thy Blood, out of cveiy Kindred, and Tongue, and People, and Nation.

to And hast made us unto our God, Kings and Priests.

ti And I beheld, and I heard the Voice of many Angels round about the Throne, and the Beasts, and the Eldeis: and the Number of them was tea thousand times ten thousand, and thousands of thousands;

12 Saying with a loud Voice, Worthy is the Lam H that was Slain, to receive Power, and Richls, and Wisdom, and Strength, and Honour, and Glory, and Blessing.

,t] And every Creature which is in Heavcn, and on the Earth, and under the Earth, and such as are in the Sea, and all that are in them, heard I, laying, Blessing, and Honour, and Glory, and Power, be unto hint that sitteth upon the Throne, and unto the Lamb sot ever and ever. H£v. xiii. t The Lamb Slain from the Foundation of the World.


The Fourth Period:

From the Deliverance of the Israelites from Egypt, to the building of the Temple at Jeruialem by Solomon, containing about the Space of 430 Years.


i The First-born sanctified to God. 3 The Memorial of the Pqffover. 17 The Israelites go out of Egypt: 21 God gmdeth them by a Pillar of a Clouds and Fire.


jND the Lord spake unto Moses, faying,
2 Sanctify unto me all the First-born,
whatsoever openeth the Womb among the
Children of Israel, both of Man and of
Beast: it is mine.

3 And Moses said unto the People, Remember this Day in which ye came out from Egypt, out of the House of Bondage; for by Strength of Hand the Lord brought you out from this Place: there shall no leavened Bread be eaten.

4 This Day came ye out, in the Month Abib.

5 And it mall be when the Lord shall bring thee into the Land which he sware unto thy Fathers, that thou shalt keep this Service in this Month.

7 Unleavened Bread shall be eaten seven Days: and there shall no leavened Bread be seen with thee, neither shall there be Leaven seen with thee in all thy Quarters.

8 • And thou shalt shew . P{Um ,w;m,, Gire Mr> 0 my

tny Son in that Day, saying, People, to my Law: incline yout

This is done because of that Ea"t0 *• Words ofTM)' Mouth.

, . , , T z 1 will open my Mouth in a Pa

whicn the Lord did unto raWe . x wiU uucl daik Saving5 of

me, when I came forth out old $

of EevDt 5 wkich we na?e neard > an<*

°lv ,".„„, , known, and out Fathers have told

9 And it shall be for a US.

SlGN Unto thee Upon thine 4 We will not hide them from


Hand, and for a MEMORIAL their Children, (hewing to the Ge

v_, „ ,j,:„„ Tt.,„„ nerarion to come, the Fiaises of the

between thine Eyes; that the LoRD . and his 'Strength> and his

Lord's Law may be in thy wondetful Woiks that he hath done.

Mouth: for with a strong Hand . 5 Boi he tftablilhed a Testimony i_ -t. .l. T t. ,i, Jacob, and appointed a Law in

hath the Lord brought thee IstaJel) which he £mminded our pa.

OUt of Egypt. Thers that they lhculd make them

10 TflOU shalt therefore Known to their Children.

, !_•/-» j- i • o That the Generation to come

keep this Ordinance in his might Know them, even the children Season from Year to Year. which should be bom: who should

11 And it shall be when *rise> and dctl!"c thera- to ,hcir

It n. n L L Children:

the Lord ihal! bring thee in- 7 That they might set their Hopf

to the Land of the Canaanites, in God, and not forget the Wotks of

as he sware unto thee and to god: bm KEEP his Commandments. thy Fathers, and shall give it thee.

14 And it shall be when thy Son alketh thee in Time to come, saying, What is this? that thou shalt say unto him, By Strength of Hand the Lord brought us out from Egypt, from the House of Bondage.

I 5 b And it came to pass b Pstt cv. 38 Egypt was glad when

when Pharaoh would hardly they departed: sot the Fear of them

, ^ . , T ' fell upon them,

let us go, that the Lord slew 43 rAnd he brought fotth his Peo.

all the First-born in the Land pie with Joy, and his Chosen with of Egypt, both the First-born Glidnesi

of Man, and the First-born of Beast: therefore I sacrifice to the Lord all that openeth the Matrix, being Males; but all the First-born of my Children, I redeem.

16 And it shall be for a Token upon thine Hand, and for Frontlets between thine Eyes: for by Strength of Hand the Lord brought us forth out of Egypt.

17 And it came to pass, when Pharaoh had let the People go, that God led them not through the Way of the Land of the Philistines, although that was Near: for God said, Lest pemdventure the People repent when they see War, and they return to Egypt.

18 But God led the People about, through the Way of the Wilderness of the Red Sea: and the Children of Israel went up harneiled out of the Land of Egypt.

19 And Moses took the Bones of Joseph with him: for he had straitly sworn the Children of Israel, saying, God will surely Visit you; and ye shall carry up my Bones away hence with you.

zo And they took their Journey from Succoth, and encamped in Etham, in the Edge of the Wilderness.

Ji And the Lord went before them by Day in a PilLar of a Cloud, to Lead them the Way; and by Night in a Pillar of Fire, to give them Light: to go by Day and Night.

Iz Ard he took not away the P/llar of the Cloud by Day, nor the Pillar of Fire by Night, from before the People. , CHAP. XIV.

S Pharaoh's Pursuit. 10 The Israelites murmurs zi They pass through the Red Sea. 2 3 The Egyptians are drowned.

Ver. 1 AND e the Lord Xjl spake unto Moses, saying,

s Speak unto the Children of Israel, that they turn and encamp before Pi-hahiroth, between Migdol and the Sea, over-against Baal-zephon: before it shall ye encamp by the Sea.

3 For Pharaoh will say of the Children of Israel, They are entangled in the Land, the Wilderness hath shut them in.

4 And I will harden Pharaoh's Heart, that he shall follow after them, and I will be Honoured upon Pharaoh, and upon all the Host; that the Egyptians may know that I Am the Lord. And they did so.

5 And it was told the King of Egypt, that the People fled: and the Heart of Pharaoh and of his Servants was turned against the People, and they said, Why have we done this, that we have let Israel go from Serving us i

e Tsui, cvi. 6 We have sinned with our Fathers : we have committed Iniquity, we have done wickedly.

7 Out Fathers understood not thy Wonders in Egypt, they lemembted not the multitude of thy Mercies, but provoked him at the Sea, even at the Red Sea.

8 Nevertheless, he Savfd them for his Name's fake: that he might make his Mighty Fowkh to be Known.

9 He rebuked the Red Sea also, and it was dried up: so he led them thtough the Depths as through the Wilderness.

10 And he Saved them from the Hand of him that hated them: and Redeemed them from the Hand of the Enemy.

11 And the Waters covered theit Enemies : there was not one of them


12 Then Believed they his Words, they fang his Praise.

Pfol. Ixxiv. u Thou didst divide the Sea by thy Strength: thou brakest the Heads of the Dragons in the Waters.

14 Thou brakest the Heads of Leviathan in Pieces, and gavest him to be Meat to the People inhabiting the Wilderness.

Psal cxiv. 1 When Israel went out of Egypt, the House of Jacob from a People of strange Language;

2 Judah was his Sanctuary, and Israel his Dominion.

j The Sea saw it, and Fied; Jordan was driven back.

Htb. xi. 29 By Faith they passed thtough the Red Sea as by Dry Land,

Q j 6 And

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