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And the south side south-ens, and the earth was full of his
from Tamar even to the praise. s of strife in Kadesh, the 4 And his brightness was as the to the great sea. And this is light; he had horns coming out of buth side southward.
his hand: and there was the hidThe west side also shall be ing of his power. reat sea from the border, till 5 Before him went the pestilh come over against Hamath.ence, and burning coals went forth is the west side.
at his feet. So shall ye divide this land
6 He stood, and measured the you according to the tribes earth: he beheld, and drove asundfael.
er the nations, and the everlast1 And it shall come to pass, ing mountains were scattered, the ye shall divide it by lot for perpetual hills did bow: his ways
heritance unto you, and to are everlasting. trangers that sojourn among
7 I saw the tents of Cushan in which shall beget children affliction: and the curtains of the ng you: and they shall be unto land of Midian did tremble. as born in the country among
8 Was the LORD
LORD displeased children of Israel; they shall against the rivers? was thine anger
inheritance with you among against the rivers?. was thy wrath ribes of Israel.
against the sea, that thou didst
ride And it shall come to pass, chariots to salvation?
upon thine horses and thy in what tribe the stranger soneth, there shall ye give him
9 Thybow was made quite inheritance, saith the Lord naked, according to the oaths of
the tribes, even thy word. Selah.
Thou didst cleave the earth with B. III:1-16_B. C. 626
10 The mountains saw thee, and A prayer of Habakkuk the they trembled: the overflowing of phet upon Shigionoth.
the water passed by: the deep utO Lord, I have heard thy tered his voice, and lifted up his ch, and was afraid: O LORD, hands on high. ve thy work in the midst of 11 The sun and moon stood still years, in the midst of the years in their habitation: at the light of ke known; in wrath remember thine arrows they went, and at cy.
the shining of thy glittering spear. God came from Teman, and 12 Thou didst march through
Holy One from mount Paran. the land in indignation, thou didst ah. His glory covered the heav-Ithresh the heathen in anger.
13 Thou wentest forth for the 15 Thou didst walk through the salvation of thy people, even for sea with thine horses, through the salvation with thine anointed; heap of great waters. thou woundedst the head out of the house of the wicked, by discover
16 When I heard, my belly ing the foundation unto the neck. trembled; my lips quivered at the Selah.
voice: rottenness entered into my 14 Thou didst strike through bones, and I trembled in myseli
, with his staves the head of his vil- that I might rest in the day of lages: they came out as a whirl- trouble: when he cometh up unto wind to scatter me: their rejoicing the people, he will invade them was as to devour the poor secretly. I with his troops.
D. VI:1-13-B. C. 1491 to Isaac, and to Jacob; and I will Then the LORD said unto the Lord.
give it you for an heritage: I am es, Now shalt thou see what
9 | And Moses spake so unto the I do to Pharaoh: for with a children of Israel: but they hearkg hand shall he let them go, ened not unto Moses, fon anguish with a strong hand shall he of spirit, and for cruel bondage. them out of his land.
10 And the LORD spake unto And God spake unto Moses, Moses, saying, said unto him, I am the LORD:
11 Go_in, speak unto Pharaoh And I appeared unto Abra- king of Egypt, that he let the chil
unto Isaac, and unto Jacob dren of Israel go out of his land. the name of God Almighty,
12 And Moses spake before the by my name JEHOVAH was Lord, saying, Behold, the children t known to them.
of Israel have not hearkened unto And I have also established me; how then shall Pharaoh hear
covenant with them, to give me, who am of uncircumcised lips? h the land of Canaan, the land heir pilgrimage, wherein they | Moses, and unto Aaron, and gave
13 And the LORD spake unto strangers.
them a charge unto the children of And I have also heard the Israel, and unto Pharaoh king of lining of the children of Israel, Egypt, to bring the children of m the Egyptians keep in bond- Israel out of the land of Egypt. : and I have remembered my enant.
EXOD. VII:1-7—B. C. 1491 Wherefore say unto the chiln of Israel, I ain the Lord, and 1 And the Lord said unto Moses, vill bring you out from under See, I have made thee a god to burdens of the Egyptians, and Pharaoh: and Aaron thy brother ill rid you out of their bond- shall be thy prophet.
and I will redeem you with a 2 Thou shalt speak all that I ftched-out arm, and with great command thee: and Aaron thy gments:
brother shall speak unto Pharaoh, And I will take you to me for that he send the children of Israel people, and I will be to you a out of his land. d: and ye shall know that I am 3 And I will harden Pharaoh's LORD your God, which bring-heart, and multiply my signs and
you out from under the bur- my wonders in the land of Egypt. hs of the Egyptians.
4 But Pharaoh shall not hearken And I will bring you in unto unto you, that I may lay my hand e land, concerning the which I upon Egypt, and bring forth mine H swear to give it to Abraham, armies, and my people the children