Exodus 34
Peshitta Holy Bible Translated Par ▾ 
1And I shall pass over my hands and you shall see my back, and my faces shall not be seen. 2And LORD JEHOVAH said to Moshe: “Hew for you two tablets of stone like the former, and I shall write on the tablets the statements that were on the former tablets that you broke. 3And be ready at dawn and come up at dawn to the mountain of Sinai and stand there at the top the mountain. 4And a man shall not ascend with you and a man shall not appear in the whole mountain, neither a flock nor oxen shall feed against that mountain. 5And he hewed two tablets of stone like the former and Moshe arose at dawn and came up to the mountain of Sinai just as LORD JEHOVAH commanded him and he took the two tablets of stone in his hand. 6And LORD JEHOVAH came down in a cloud and stood with him there and he called out the Name of LORD JEHOVAH. 7And LORD JEHOVAH passed by before him and called out LORD JEHOVAH, LORD JEHOVAH God, compassionate and brooding, he that is patient in his Spirit and abundant in his grace and in his truth, 8He keeps grace for thousands of generations and forgives sins and debts and he does not declare innocent to declare innocent, visiting the debts of the fathers on the children and on the children of children, on three and upon four generations. 9And Moshe made haste and he fell on the ground and he bowed.

10And said, “If I have found love in your eyes, my Lord, let now my Lord go with us, because the people are hard necks, and forgive our debts and our sins and our conscience.”

11And he said, “Behold, I establish a covenant before all your people and I shall make distinctions that not have been made in all the Earth and in all the nations, and all this people shall see that you within them are the Servant of LORD JEHOVAH, for what I do with you is fearsome. 12Keep the thing that I command you today; behold I destroy from before you the Canaanites and Amorites and Khithites and Perizzites and Khivites and Yebusites. 13Beware that you will not establish a covenant with those inhabiting the land where you go, lest it shall be a stumbling block to you. 14Break down their altars and break their monuments and cut down their idols: 15You shall not worship another god, because LORD JEHOVAH is zealous; the name of God is zealous: 16Do not make a covenant with the inhabitants of the land, lest they will stray after their idols and they will offer to their gods, and they will invite you and you will eat of their sacrifices; 17And you will take some of their daughters for your sons and you will give your daughters to their sons, and your daughters will go astray after their gods and will seduce your sons after their gods.

18Gods that are molten you shall not make to yourselves.

19Keep the feast of unleavened bread for seven days; you will eat unleavened bread as I ordered you in the time of the month of the flowers, because in the month of Habiba you came out from Egypt. 20Everything opening the womb to me and every firstborn of your cattle of oxen and of sheep.

21And the firstborn of oxen you shall redeem with a lamb, and if you will not redeem it, you shall kill it, and every firstborn of your sons you shall redeem and you shall not appear before me with nothing. 22Six days you shall serve and in the seventh day you shall be rested; in sowing and in harvest you shall be rested. 23And the feast of sevens you shall make to you at the beginning of the harvest of wheat and at the feast of gathering in the outgoing of the year. 24Three times in a year your every memorial shall appear before LORD JEHOVAH, God of Israel.

25Because I shall destroy the nations from before you and I shall enlarge your borders and no man will lust for your land when you go up to appear before LORD JEHOVAH your God three times in a year.

26You shall not sacrifice blood of the sacrifice with leaven, and the sacrifice of the feast of Passover will not remain until the morning.

27The beginning of the harvests of your land you shall bring forth to the house of LORD JEHOVAH your God. You shall not boil a goat in the milk of its mother. 28And LORD JEHOVAH said to Moshe, “Write for yourselves these statements, because I have established these words as a covenant with you and with all Israel.”

29And he was there with LORD JEHOVAH forty days and forty nights; he ate no bread and he drank no water and he wrote on the tablets of stone the words of the covenant, The Ten Statements. 30And when Moshe went down from the mountain of Sinai, two tablets of the Testimony were in the hand of Moshe when he went down from the mountain and Moshe did not know that the skin of his face shone as God spoke with him. 31And Ahron and all Israel saw that the skin of the face of Moshe shone, and they were afraid to approach him. 32And Moshe called them and Ahron and all the Leaders of the Assembly came to him and Moshe spoke with them. 33And then all of the children of Israel approached him and he commanded them everything that LORD JEHOVAH spoke with him in the mountain of Sinai. 34And when Moshe had finished speaking with them he cast a veil over his face. 35And when Moshe was entering before LORD JEHOVAH to speak with Him, he was taking the veil to himself until he would go out, and when he had gone out, he said to those of the house of Israel anything that he was commanded.

The Peshitta Holy Bible Translated
Translated by Glenn David Bauscher
Glenn David Bauscher
Lulu Publishing
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Exodus 33
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