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  • Abraham named the site Yahweh-yireh; hence people now say, "On the mountain the LORD will see." (Genesis 22, 14)

  • He then offered a sacrifice on the mountain and invited his kinsmen to share in the meal. When they had eaten, they passed the night on the mountain. (Genesis 31, 54)

  • Meanwhile Moses was tending the flock of his father-in-law Jethro, the priest of Midian. Leading the flock across the desert, he came to Horeb, the mountain of God. (Exodus 3, 1)

  • He answered, "I will be with you; and this shall be your proof that it is I who have sent you: when you bring my people out of Egypt, you will worship God on this very mountain." (Exodus 3, 12)

  • The LORD said to Aaron, "Go into the desert to meet Moses." So he went, and when they met at the mountain of God, Aaron kissed him. (Exodus 4, 27)

  • And you brought them in and planted them on the mountain of your inheritance-- the place where you made your seat, O LORD, the sanctuary, O LORD, which your hands established. (Exodus 15, 17)

  • Together with Moses' wife and sons, then, his father-in-law Jethro came to him in the desert where he was encamped near the mountain of God, (Exodus 18, 5)

  • After the journey from Rephidim to the desert of Sinai, they pitched camp. While Israel was encamped here in front of the mountain, (Exodus 19, 2)

  • Moses went up the mountain to God. Then the LORD called to him and said, "Thus shall you say to the house of Jacob; (Exodus 19, 3)

  • Set limits for the people all around the mountain, and tell them: Take care not to go up the mountain, or even to touch its base. If anyone touches the mountain, he must be put to death. (Exodus 19, 12)

  • No hand shall touch him; he must be stoned to death or killed with arrows. Such a one, man or beast, must not be allowed to live. Only when the ram's horn resounds may they go up to the mountain." (Exodus 19, 13)

  • Then Moses came down from the mountain to the people and had them sanctify themselves and wash their garments. (Exodus 19, 14)


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