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6 And Joseph died and all his Brethren, and all that Ge« neration.

7 And the Children of Israel were fruitful, and increased abundantly, and Multiplied, and waxed exceeding mighty; and the Land was Filled with them.

8 Now there arose up a new King over Egypt, which knew not Joseph.

9 And he said unto his People, Behold, the People of the Children of Israel are more and mightier than we.

10 Come on, let us deal wisely with them: lest they Mutiply, and it come to pass, that when there falleth out any War, they joyn also unto our Enemies, and fight against us, and so get them up out of the Land.

11 Therefore they did set over them Task-masters, to Afflict them with their Burdens. And they built for Pharaoh Treasure-cities, Pithom and Raamfes.

12 But the More they Afflicted them, the More they Multiplied and grew. And they were grieved because of the Children of Israel.

13 And the Egyptians made the Children of Israel to serve with Rigour.

14 And they made their Lives Bitter with hard BonDage in Morter, and in Brick, and in all manner of Service in the Field; all their Service wherein they made them serve was with Rigour.

15 And the King of Egypt spake to the Hebrew Midwives,

16 And he said, When ye do the Office of a Midwife to the Hebrew Women, if it be a Son, then ye shall Kill him, but if it be a Daughter, then she shall live.

17 But the Midwives feared God, and did not as the King of Egypt commanded them, but saved the Men-children alive.

18 And the King of Egypt called for the Midwives, and said unto them, Why have ye done this Thing, and have saved the Men-children alive?

19 And the Midwives said unto Pharaoh, Because the Hebrew Women are not as the' Egyptian Women: for they are lively, and are delivered ere the Midwives come in unto them.

20 Therefore God dealt well with the Midwives: and the People Multiplied, and waxed very mighty.

it And it came so pass, because the Midw'ives feared God, that he made them Houses.

22 And Pharaoh charged all his People, saying, Every Son that is born ye shall cast into the River, and every Daughter ye mall save alive.

CHAP. It.

i Masts is bbrn; 3 tdji into the Flags: 5 He is founds and brought up by Pharaoh's Daughter. 22 Gerjhom born.

Ver. 1 AND there went up a Man of the House of Levi, 11 and took to Wife a Daughter of Levi. a "And the Woman con- . ^g, vii. „ when the Time of ceired and bare a Son: and the Promise drew Nigh, which God

When she saw him that he hi<1 sw0'n t0 Abraham, the People

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Was a GOODLY CHILD, she it Till another King arose which

hid him three Months. knew not Joseph.

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longer hide him, the took Fathers, so that they cast out theii for him an Ark of Bulrushes, young [children, to the End they and daubed it with Slime and might ■« We. ..-.I.D-. t. J . .v pL'ii 20 In which Time Moses was born, With Pitch, and put the Child and was Exceeding Fair, and nou

therein; and she laid it in the ri»>«l "P in !>>» Father's House three Flags by the River's Brink MTM^ Mw ^ ^ ph,.

4 And his Sister stood afar raoh's Daughter took him np, and off, to wit what would be nourished him for her own Son.

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5 And the Daughter of his Parents, because they saw he ww Pharaoh came down to wasll a Proper Chiidj and they were not herself at the River, and her af,aid of ,heKin*5 c—mudment. Maidens walked along by the River fide: and when she saw the Ark among the Flags, she sent her Maid to fetch it.

6 And when she had opened it, she saw the Child: and behold the Babe wept. And she had Compassion on him, aid said, This is one of the Hebrew's Children.

7 Then said bis Sister to Pharaoh's Daughter, Shall I go and call to thee a Nurse of the Hebrew Women, that she may nurse the Child for thee?

8 And Pharaoh's Daughter said unto her, Go. And the Maid went and called the Child's Mother.

9 And Pharaoh's Daughter said unto her, Take this Child »way, and nurse it for me; and I will give thee thy Wages. And the Woman took the Child, and nursed it,

10 And the Child grew, and she brought him unto Pha raoh's Daughter, and he became her Son. And she callec his Name Moses: and (he said, Because I drew him ou of the Water.

11 o And it came to pass in those Days, when Moses was grown, that he went forth unto his Brethren, and looked on their Burdens:

*ASi vii. 21 And Moses Wji Learned in all the Wisdom of the Egyptians, and was mighty in Words and in Deeds.

23 And when he was full fotty Years old, it came into his Heart to visit his Brethren the Children of and he spied an Egyptian Imi- Israel.

tincr an Hebrew, one of his 24 And feeing one of them suffer Brethren Wrong, he defended him, and aven

12 And he looked this Way, and that Way, and when he saw that there was no Man, he slew the Egyptian, and hid him in the Sand.

13 And when he went out the second Day, behold, two Men of the Hebrews strove together: and he said to him that did the Wrong, Wherefore smitest thou thy Fellow?

14 And he said, Who made thee a Prince and a Judge over us? Intendest thou to kill me as thou killedst the Egyptian? And Moses feared, and said, Surely this thing is known.

15 Now when Pharaoh heard this thing, he sought to slay Moses. But Moses fled from the Face of Pharaoh, and dwelt in the Land of Midian: and he fat down by a Well.

16 Now the Priest of Mi

ged him that was oppressed, and smote the Egyptian.

2$ For he supposed his Brethren would have Understood, how that God by his Hand would Deliver them; but they understood not.

26 And the next Day he shewed himself unto them as they strove, and would have set them at one again, saying, Sirs, ye are Brethren. why do ye Wrons one to another?

27 But be that did his Neighbour Wrong, thiust him away, laying, Who made thee a Ruler and a Judge ovet us i

28 Wilt thou kill me as thou didst the Egyptian yesterday i

29 Then Fled Moses at this Saying, and was a Stranger in the Land of Madian.

Hit, xi. 24 By Faith Moses when he was come to Yeats, refused to be called the Son of Pharaoh's Daughter,

2$ Chusing rathet to Suffer AfFliction with the People of God, than to Enjoy the Pleasures of Six for a Season.

a6 Esteeming the Reproach of Christ greater Riches than the Treasures in Egypt: sot he bad Respect unto the Recompence of Reward.

27 By Faith he forsook Egypt, not fearing the Wrath of the King: for he Endured, as Seeing him who is Invisible.

dian had seven Daughters and they came and drew Water; and filled the Troughs to water their Fathers Flock.

17 And the Shepherd came and drove them away: but Moses stood up and helped them, and watered their Flock.

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19 And they said, An Egyptian delivered us out of the Hind of the Shepherds, and also drew Water enough for us, and watered the Flock.

20 And he said unto his Daughters, And where is he? Why is it tint ye have left the Man? Call him, that he may eat Bread.

x 1 And Moses was content to dwell with the Man: and he gave Moses Zipporah his Daughter.

22 And she bare him a Son, and he called his Name Gershom: for he said, I have been a Stranger in a strange Land.

23 And it came to pass in process of Time, that the King of Egypt died, and the Children of Israel Sighed by reason of the Bondage, and they cried; and their Cry came Up unto God, by reason of the Bondage.

24. And God Heard their Groaning, and God remembred his Covenant with Abraham, with Isaac, and with Jacob.

2 j And God looked upon the Children of Israel, and God had Respect unto them.

1 Moses keepeth Jethro's Flock: 2 God appearttb to him in a burning Bujh: 9 He is sent to Israel: 15 His Message.

r<r.iVTOW Moses kept the Flock of jethro his FaJln ther-in-law, the Priest of Midian: and he led the Flock to the Back-side of the Desart, and came to the Mountain of God, even to Horeb. 2 P And the Angel of the t ua$ vii. 30 when forty Tears

CHAP. III.

Lord appeared unto him in a Flame of Fire out of the midst of a Bum: and he looked, and behold, the Bush burned with Fire, and the Bisti was not consumed.

j 1 When Moses saw it, he wondred at the Sight: and as he drew near to behold it, the Votes of the Lord came unto him,

were expired, there appeared to him in rhe Wilderness of Mount Sinai, an Angel of the Lord in a Flame of Fui in a Bush.

3 And Moses said, I will now turn aside, and see this great Sight, why the Bush is not burnt.

3* Saying, I Am the God of thy Fathers, the God of Abraham, and the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob. Then Moses Trembled, and duist not BEHOLD.

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j j Then said the Lord to hfit Put off thy Shoes fiom thy Feet: f« the Place where thou standest is Hot Ground.

Kfv. xv. } And they sing the Son of Moses the Servant of God. an the Song of the L Use, saying, Gre.i and Marvellous ate thy Works Lord God Almighty ; just and nu are thy Ways, thou Kino of Saikts

4 Who shall not Fear thee, ( Lord, and Glorify thy Name i so Thou only art Holt.

4 And when the Lord saw that he turned afide to see, God called unto him out of the midst of the Bush, and said, Moses, Moses. And he said, Here am I.

5 And he said, Draw not nigh hither, put off thy Shoes from off thy Feet, for the Place whereon thou standest, is Holy Ground.

6 Moreover he said, I am the God of thy Father, th< God of Abraham, and the God of Isaac, and the God O Jacob. And Moses hid his Face : for he was Afraid tt look upon God.

7 i And the Lord said, I have surely seen the AfflicTion of my People which are in Egypt, and have Heard their Cry, by reason of thejr Task-masters: for I know their Sorrows.

8 And I am come down to Deliver them out of the Hand of the Egyptians, and to bring them up out of that Land, unto a good Land, and

4 Ka3> vii. 34 I have seen, I h»»< seen the Affliction of my Peopli which is in Egypt, and I have heart their Groaning, and am come dowr ro Deliver them. And now come I will send thee into Egypt.

3$ This Moses, whom they RefuSed, faying, Who made thee a Run and a Judge - the fame did God fend to be a Ruler and a Deliverer by the Hands of the Angel which ApPeared to him in the Bush.

s6 He brought them out, aftei that he had Ihewed Wonders and Signs in the Land of Egypt, ami in the Red 8ea, and in the Wilderness forty tears.

a large, unto a Land flowing with Milk and Hony; unto the Place of the Canaanites, arid the Hittites, and the Amorites, and the Perizzites, and the Hivitcs, and the Jebusites.

9 Now therefore behold, the Cry of the Children of Israel is come unto me: and I have also seen the OppresSion wherewith the Egyptians oppress them.

10 Come now therefore, and I will fend thee unto Pharaoh, that thou mayst bring forth my People, the Children of Israel out of Egypt.

11 And Moses said unto God, Who am I, that 1 should go unto Pharaoh, and that I should bring forth the Children of Israel out of Egypt?

12 And he said, Certainly, I will bte With Thee; and (his shall be a Token unto thee* that I have sent thee:

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