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A. D. 33.
A. D. 33.
a Then sent Joseph, and called his faVER. 12.
ther Jacob to him, and all his kindred, 'Axcusas de 'laxùß orra oita iv. Ai threescore and fifteen souls. γύπτω, εξαπέστειλε τους πατέρας ημών
a Haste ye, and go up to my father, πρώτον. .
and say unto him, Tbus saith thy son a But when Jacob heard that there Joseph, God hath made me lord of all was corn in Egypt; he sent out our fa- Egypt: come down unto me, tarry thers first.
not. And thou shalt dwell in the land a Now when Jacob saw that there of Goshen, and thou shalt be near was corn in Egypt, Jacob said unto
unto me, thou, and thy children, and his sons, Why do ye look one upon thy children's children, and thy flocks, another? And he said, Behold, I and thy herds, and all that thou hast, have heard that there is corn in Egypt: Gen. xlv. 9-11. Now thou art comget you down thither, and buy for us manded, this do ye; Take your wagfrom thence; that we may live and gons out of the land of Egypt for your not die.' And Joseph's ten brethren little ones, and for your wives, and went down to buy corn in Egypt, bring your father, and come. Also Gen. xlii. 1-3.
regard not your stuff: for the good of
all the land of Egypt is yours. And VER. 13.
the children of Israel did so: and Kai iv tõdeutięw, åveyropioon Ivona Joseph gave them waggons, accordτους αδελφούς αυτού, και φανερόν εγένετο | ing to the commandment of Pharaoh, τώ Φαραω το γένος του Ιωσήφ.
and gave them provision for the way, 2 And at the second time Joseph was
19-21. made known to his brethren; b and Jo
VER. 15. seph's kindred was made known unto Κατέβη δε Ιακώς εις Αίγυπτον, και Pharaoh.
ετελεύτησεν αυτοίς, και οι πατέρες ημών. a Then Joseph could not refrain a So Jacob went down into Egypt, himself before all them that stood by band died, he, and our fathers, him ; and he cried, Cause every man a And Jacob rose up from Beerto go out from me. And there stood sheba : and the sons of Israel carried no man with him, while Joseph made Jacob their father, and their little himself known unto his brethren. And ones, and their wives, in the waggons he wept aloud : and the Egyptians which Pharaoh had sent to carry him. and the house of Pharaoh heard. And And they took their cattle, and their Joseph said unto his brethren, I am goods, which they had gotten in the Joseph: doth my father yet live? land of Canaan, and came into Egypt, And his brethren could not answer Jacob, and all his seed with him : him ; for they were troubled at his
His sons, and his sons' sons with presence, Gen. xlv. 1-3.
him, his daughters, and his sons' b And the fame thereof was heard daughters, and all his seed brought in Pharaoh's house, saying, Joseph's be with him into Egypt, Gen. xlvi. brethren are come: And it pleased 5—7. Pharaoh well, and his servants. And b And when Jacob had made an Pharaoh 'said unto Joseph, Say unto end of commanding his sons, he gathy brethren, This do ye; lade your thered up his feet into the bed, and beasts, and go, get you unto the land yielded up the ghost, and was gatherof Canaan ; And take your father, ed unto his people, Gen. xlix. 33. and your households, and come unto
VER. 16. me: and I will give you the good of the land of Egypt, and ye shall eat
Και μετετέθησαν εις Συχέμ και ετέthe fat of the land, Gen. xlv. 16—18. Ansar ir tā perhati, ö árńcato 'A padre
τιμής άργυρίου, παρά των υιών Εμμορ VER. 14.
του Συχέμ. 'Αποστείλας δε Ιωσήφ μετεκαλέσατο a And were carried over into Sychem, τον πατέρα αυτου Ιακώς, και πάσαν την αnd laid in the sepulchre that Abraham συγγένειαν αυτού εν ψυχαίς έβδομηκοντα- bought for a sum of money of the sons of pirti.
Emmor the father of Sychem.
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ACTS VII. 16-20.
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2 And Joseph went up to bury bis ExSera Tà Belon aitis, els ad pes (29father : and with him went up all the worstofera servants of Pharaoh, the elders of his
a The same dealt subtilly wick aur house, and all the elders of the land kindred, and evil-entreated our fathers of Egypt. And all the house of Jo.
so that they cast out their young chilseph, and his brethren, and his fa- dren, to the end they might not lire. ther's house : only their little ones, and their flocks, and their berds, they
a And he said unto his people, Beleft in the land of Goshen. And there hold, the people of the children of went up with him both chariots and Israel are more and mightier than horsemen; and it was a very great we: Come on, let us deal wisely with company. And they came to the them ; lest they multiply, and it come threshing-floor of Atad, which is be to pass, that, when there falleth out yond Jordan; and there they mourn any war, they join also unto our eneed with a great and very sore lamen- mies, and fight against us, and so get tation : and he made a mourning for them up out of the land.' Therefore his father seven days. And when the they did set over them task-masters, inhabitants of the land, the Canaan. to afflict them with their burdens. ites, saw the mourning in the floor of And they built for Pharaoh treasureAtad, they said, This is a grievous cities, Pithom and Raamses. But mourning to the Egyptians : where the more they afflicted them the more fore the name of it was called Abel- they multiplied and grew. And they mizraim, which is beyond Jordan. were grieved because of the children And his sons did unto him according of Israel. And the Egyptians made as he commanded them; For his sons
the children of Israel to serve with carried him into the land of Canaan, rigour: And they made their lives and buried him in the care of the field bitter with hard bondage, in mortar, of Machpelah, which Abraham bought and in brick, and in all manner of with the field, for a possession of a service in the field : all their service, burying-place, of Ephron the Hittite, wherein they made them serve, was before Mamre, Gen. 1. 7-13.
with rigour. And the king of Egypt
spake to the Hebrew midwives; (of VER, 17.
which the name of one was Shiprah, Καθώς δε ήγγισεν ο χρόνος της επαγ- and the name of the other Prah ;) γελίας ής ώμοσεν ο Θεός το 'Αβραάμ, | And he said, When ye do the office ήυξησεν ο λαός και έπληθύνθη εν Αιγύπτω, | of a midwife to the Hebrew women, But when the time of the promise a son, then ye shall kill him ; but if
and see them upon the stools, if it be drew nigh, which God had sworn to it be a daughter, then she shall live, Abraham, a the people grew and multi- Exod. i. 9-16. plied in Egypt, a And the children of Israel were
VER, 20. fruitful, and increased abundantly,
'Εν ο καιρώ εγεννήθη Μωσής, και εν and multiplied, and waxed exceed dotatos To Gamo os áverpása užraç opsit ing mighty; and the land was filled év Tø oing toŨ watpos aitou. with them, Exod. i. 7.
a In which time Moses was born, and
was * exceeding fair, and nourished up VER. 18.
in his father's house three months : "Αχρις ού ανέστη βασιλεύς έτερος, δς ουκ ήδει τον Ιωσήφ.
* Or, fuir to God, a Till another king arose, which knew house of Levi, and took to wife a
a And there went a man of the not Joseph. a Now there arose up a new king conceived and bare a son: and when
daughter of Levi. And the woman over Egypt, which knew not Joseph, she saw him that he was a goodly Exod. i. 8.
child, she hid him three months. VER. 19.
Exod. ii. 1, 2. By faith Moses, when oltoq xataroblépevoç TÒ yÉvos impeão, he was born, was bid three months of éxáxwos Toùg natipas neār, Toll FOLETV his parents, because they saw he was
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ACTS VII. 20--27.
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a proper child; and they were not | επισκέψασθαι τους αδελφούς αυτού, τους afraid of the king's commandment, vlovs 'lopana. Heb. xi. 23.
And when was full
forty years old, VER. 21.
it came into his heart to visit his brethren 'Εκτεθέντα δε αυτόν, ανείλετο αυτόν και | the children of Israel. θυγάτηρ Φαραώ, και αναθρέψατο αυτόν Lauri els viáv.
VER. 24. a And when he was cast out, Pharaoh's και ιδών τινα αδικούμενον ήμύνατο, και daughter took him up, and nourished | εποίησεν εκδίκησιν τώ καταπονουμένω, παhim for her own son.
τάξας τον Αιγύπτιον And when she could not longer hide him, she took for him an ark of he defended him, and avenged him that
a And seeing one of them suffer wrong, bulrushes, and daubed it with slime
was oppressed, and smote the Egyptian: and with pitch, and put the child therein ; and she laid it in the flags a And it came to pass in those days, by the river's brink. And his sister when Moses was grown, that he went stood afar off, to wit what would be out unto his brethren, and looked done to him. And the daughter of on their burdens : and be spied an Pharaoh came down to wash herself Egyptian smiting an Hebrew, one of at the river ; and her maidens walk- his brethren. And he looked this way ed along by the river's side: and and that way, and, when he saw that when she saw the ark among the there was no man, he slew the Egypflags, she sent her maid to fetch it. tian, and hid him in the sand, Exod. And when she had opened it, she saw ii. 11, 12, the child : and, behold, the babe
VER. 25. wept. And she had compassion on him, and said, This is one of the He- to tròs die xtepos sütow didoro
'Eνόμιζε δε συνέται τους αδελφούς αυbrews' children. Then said his sister avreis owinpiar ei di oi ouvray. to Pharaoh's daughter, Shall I go and call to thee a nurse of the Hebrew wo For he supposed his brethren would men, that she may nurse the child for have understood how that God by his thee? And Pharaoh's daughter said hand would deliver them: but they to her, Go. And the maid went understood not, and called the child's mother. And Pharaoh's daughter said unto her,
VER. 26. Take this child away, and nurse it Τη τε επιούση ημέρα ώφθη αυτοίς μα
and I will give thee thy wages. χομένοις, και συνήλασεν αυτούς εις ειρήνην, And the woman took the child, and | εισών: "Ανδρες αδελφοί εστε υμείς» ενατί nursed it. And the child grew, and adoxette daannous; she brought him unto Pharaoh's
a And the next day he shewed himself daughter, and he became her son. And she called his name Moses: and have set them at one again, saying, Sirs,
unto them as they strove, and would she said, Because I drew him out of the water, Exod. ii. 3–10. By we are brethren ; why do ye wrong one
to faith Moses, when he was come to
a And when he went out the second years, refused to be called the son of Pharaoh's daughter, Heb. xi. 24.
day, behold, two men of the He
brews strove together : and he said to VER.-22.
him that did the wrong, Wherefore Και έπαιδείθη Μωσής πάσα σοφία Αι- | smitest thou thy fellow ? Εxod. ii. 13. γυπτίων: ήν δε δυνατός εν λόγοις και εν Epzious.
VER. 27. And Moses was learned in all the wis ο δε άδικών τον πλησίον, απώσατο dom of the Egyptians, and was mighty | αυτόν, είπών: Τις σε κατέστησεν άρχοντα in words and in deeds.
και δικαστην εφ' ημάς και ; VER. 23.
a But he that did his neighbour wrong 'S24 de inangouto air tirrugamor- thrust kim away, saying, Who made ταετής χρόνος, ανέβη επί την καρδίαν αυτού | thee a ruler and ajudge over us?
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ACTS VII. 27-34.
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a And he said, who made thee a a When Moses saw it, he wondered at prince and a judge over us? Intendest the sight: and as he drew near to bethou to kill me, as thou killedst the hold it, the voice of the Lord came unte Egyptian? And Moses feared, and him, said, Surely this thing is known, a And Moses said, I will now turn Exod. ii. 14.
aside and see this great sight, why VER. 28.
the bush is not burnt. And when the Μη ανελεϊν με σύ θέλεις, όν τρόπον | LORD Baw that he turned aside to see, ανεϊλες χθες τον Αιγύπτιον; ;
God called unto him out of the midst Wilt thou kill me, as thou diddest the And he said, Here am I, Exod. iii.
of the bush, and said, Moses, Moses. Egyptian yesterday?
VER. 32. VER. 29. *Epuze di Moonis in rã Aby mouTO PA Geaäpe, sal • Beds 'Icaàx, ral - Bad
'Εγώ ο Θεός των πατέρων σου, ο Θεός και εγένετο πάροικος εν γή Μαδιάμ, ου
'laráß. έγέννησεν υιούς δύο. .
"Εντρομος δε γενόμενος Μωσής
ουκ ετόλμα κατανοήσαι. a Then fled Moses at this saying, and
a Saying, I am the God of thy fa. was a stranger in the land of Madiun, thers, the God of Abraham, and the God where he begat two sons.
of Isaar, and the God of Jacob. Then a Now when Pharaoh heard this Moses trembled, and durst not behold. thing, he sought to slay Moses. But a Moreover he said, I am the God Moses fled from the face of Pharaoh, of thy father, the God of Abraham, and dwelt in the land of Midian, the God of Isaac, and the God of Ja. Exod. ii. 15. And Moses was con cob. And Moses hid his face; for he tent to dwell with the man : and was afraid to look upon God, Exod. he gave Moses Zipporah his daughter. iï. 6. And she bare him a son, and he called
VER. 33. his name Gershom; for he said, I
Είπε δε αυτώ ο Κύριος: Λύσον το υπόhave been a stranger in a strange | δημα των ποδών σου και γάρ τόπος έν land 22.
έστηκας, γη αγία εστίν. VER. 30.
a Then said the Lord to him, Put Kai wampwbért av étão tocoagánovra, off thy shoes from thy feet : for the place ã on auto iv th épíums toū ogcus Ervá where thou standest is holy ground. άγγελος Κυρίου εν φλογή πυρός βάτου. . a And he said, Draw not nigh bi
And when forty years were expired, ther: put off thy shoes from off thy a there appeared to him in the wilderness feet; for the place whereon thou of Mount Sina ban angel of the Lord, standest is holy ground, Exod. iii. 3. in a flame of fire in a bush.
VER. 34. a Now Moses kept the flock of Je Ιδαν είδον την κάκωσιν του λαού μου thro his father-in-law, the priest of Tol šv Alyúntw, xai TOū o Tita yusu aität Midian: and he led the Hock to the ήκουσα, και κατέβην εξελέσθαι αυτούς και back side of the desert, and came to rūv dsīgo, Å TOJ TENÄ Os eis Ayu To*. the mountain of God, even to Horeb. And the angel of the Lord appeared tion of my people which is in Egype, and
a I have seen, I have seen the afflicunto him in a flame of fire, out of the midst of a bush : and he looked, and, I have heard their groaning, and am behold, the bush burned with fire, and
come down to deliver them. And now the bush was not consumed, Exod. come, I will send thee into Egypt. iii. 1, 2.
* And the LORD said, I bave surely b See on ver. 35. clause 2.
seen the affliction of my people which
are in Egypt, and have heard their VER. 31.
cry by reason of their task-masters; O sè Mwoñs idày, ébaújast to Beaua for I know their sorrows; And I am προσερχομένου δε αυτού κατανοήσαι, εγί. | come down to deliver them out of the ετο φωνή Κυρίου προς αυτός .
hand of the Egyptians, and to bring
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ACTS VII. 34-36.
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them up out of that land unto a good and bast not withheld thy son, thine land and a large, unto a land flowing only son : That in blessing I will bless with milk and honey, unto the place thee, and in multiplying I will mulof the Canaanites, and the Hittites, tiply thy seed as the stars of the heaand the Amorites, and the Perizzites, ven, and as the sand which is upon and the Hivites, and the Jebusites. the sea-shore; and thy seed shall Now therefore, behold, the cry of the possess the gate of his enemies : And children of Israel is come unto me: in thy seed shall all the nations of the and I have also seen the oppression earth be blessed ; because thou hast wherewith the Egyptians oppress obeyed my voice, xxii. 15—18. And them. Come now, therefore, and I he blessed Joseph, and said, God, bewill send thee unto Pharaoh, that thou fore whom my fathers Abraham and mayest bring forth my people, the Isaac did walk, the God which fed children of Israel out of Egypt, Exod. me all my life long unto this day, iü. 7-10.
The Angel which redeemed me from VER. 35.
all evil, bless the lads; and let my Τούτον τον Μωϋσήν δν ηρνήσαντο, είπόν
name be named on them, and the name τες· Τίς σε κατέστησεν άρχοντα και of my fathers Abraham and Isaac ; δικαστής και τούτον ο Θεός άρχοντα και | and let them grow into a multitude λυτρωτην ασίστειλεν εν χειρί αγγέλου του in the midst of the earth, xlvii. 15, 16. οφθέντος αυτώ εν τη Gάτω. .
Behold, I send an Angel before thee to a This Moses whom they refused, say, into the place which I have prepared.
keep thee in the way, and to bring thee ing, Who made thee a ruler anda judge? Beware of him, and obey his voice, the same did God send to be a ruler and provoke him not; for he will not para deliverer bby the hand of the angel | don your transgressions : for my name which appeared to him in the bush.
is in him, Exod. xxiii. 20, 21. He a See on ver. 27.
took his brother by the heel in the And the angel of the Lord found womb, and by his strength he had her by a fountain of water in the wil- power with God : Yea, he had power derness, by the fountain in the way to over the angel, and prevailed: he Shur. And he said, Hagar, Sarai's wept and made supplication unto him: maid, whence camest thou ? and whi- he found him in Beth-el, and there he ther wilt thou go? And she said, I spake with us ; Even the LORD God flee from the face of my mistress Sarai. of hosts; The Lord is his memorial, And the angel of the LORD said unto Hos. xü. 3—5. her, Return to thy mistress, and submit
VER. 36. thyself under ber hands. And the angel of the LORD said unto her, I will
Ούτος εξήγαγεν αυτούς, ποιήσας τέρατα multiply thy seed exceedingly, that it raionuesa év ym Alyúttov, xai iv işuopće shall not be numbered for multitude. | θαλάσση, και εν τη ερήμω, έτη τεσAnd the angel of the LORD Baid unto | σαράκοντα. her, Behold, thou art with child, and a He brought them out, after that he shalt bear a son, and shalt call his had shewed wonders and signs in the name Ishmael; because the Lord hath land of Egypt, and in the Red sea, band heard thy affliction. And he will be a in the wilderness forty years. wild man; his hand will be against a See Exod. vii. xiv. every man, and every man's hand b See Exod. IV,Josh. iii. He diagainst him: and he shall dwell in vided the sea, and caused them to the presence of all his brethren. And pass through ; and he made the waters she called the name of the LORD that to stand as an heap. In the day-time spake unto her, Thou God seest me: also he led them with a cloud, and all for she said, Have I also here looked the night with a light of fire. He after him that seeth me? Gen xvi. clare the rocks in the wilderness, and 7–13. And the angel of the LORD gave them drink as out of the great called unto Abraham out of heaven depths. He brought streams also out the second time, And said, By myself of the rock, and caused waters to run have I sworn, saith the LORD; for down like rivers. And they sinned because thou hast done this thing, yet more against him, by provoking VOL. II.