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  • And the seventh day came: and some of the people going forth to gather, found none. (Exodus 16, 27)

  • And the people kept the sabbath on the seventh day. (Exodus 16, 30)

  • Then all the multitude of the children of Israel setting forward from the desert of Sin, by their mansions, according to the word of the Lord, encamped in Raphidim, where there was no water for the people to drink. (Exodus 17, 1)

  • So the people were thirsty there for want of water, and murmured against Moses, saying: Why didst thou make us go forth out of Egypt, to kill us and our children, and our beasts with thirst? (Exodus 17, 3)

  • And Moses cried to the Lord, saying: What shall I do to this people? Yet a little more and they will stone me. (Exodus 17, 4)

  • And the Lord said to Moses: God before the people, and take with thee of the ancients of Israel: and take in thy hand the rod wherewith thou didst strike the river, and go. (Exodus 17, 5)

  • Behold I will stand there before thee, upon the rock Horeb: and thou shalt strike the rock, and water shall come out of it that the people may drink. Moses did so before the ancients of Israel: (Exodus 17, 6)

  • And Josue put Amalec and his people to flight, by the edge of the sword. (Exodus 17, 13)

  • And when Jethro the priest of Madian, the kinsman of Moses, had heard all the things that God had done to Moses, and to Israel his people, and that the Lord had brought forth Israel out of Egypt, (Exodus 18, 1)

  • And he said: Blessed is the Lord, who hath delivered you out of the hand of Pharao, and out of the hand of the Egyptians, who hath delivered his people out of the hand of Egypt. (Exodus 18, 10)

  • And the next day Moses sat, to judge the people, who stood by Moses from morning until night. (Exodus 18, 13)

  • And when his kinsman had seen all things that he did among the people, he said: What is it that thou dost among the people? Why sittest thou alone, and all the people wait from morning till night. (Exodus 18, 14)


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