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They replied, “The man questioned us 1 thoroughly 2 about ourselves and our family, saying, ‘Is your father still alive? Do you have another brother?’ 3 So we answered him in this way. 4 How could we possibly know 5 that he would say, 6 ‘Bring your brother down’?”
“Tell the Israelites that they must turn and camp 1 before Pi-hahiroth, between Migdol and the sea; you are to camp by the sea before Baal Zephon opposite it. 2
The Egyptians chased after them, and all the horses and chariots of Pharaoh and his horsemen and his army overtook them camping by the sea, beside Pi-hahiroth, before Baal-Zephon.
The Lord said to Moses, “Write down 1 these words, for in accordance with these words I have made a covenant with you and with Israel.”
but if 1 he consecrates his field after the jubilee, the priest will calculate the price 2 for him according to the years that are left until the next jubilee year, and it will be deducted from the conversion value.
All who were numbered of the Levites, whom Moses and Aaron numbered by the word 1 of the Lord, according to their families, every male from a month old and upward, were 22,000. 2
“All the service of the Gershonites, whether 1 carrying loads 2 or for any of their work, will be at the direction of 3 Aaron and his sons. You will assign them all their tasks 4 as their responsibility.
According to the word of the Lord they were numbered, 1 by the authority of Moses, each according to his service and according to what he was to carry. 2 Thus were they numbered by him, 3 as the Lord had commanded Moses.
“Aaron will be gathered to his ancestors, 1 for he will not enter into the land I have given to the Israelites because both of you 2 rebelled against my word 3 at the waters of Meribah.
Balaam replied 1 to the servants of Balak, “Even if Balak would give me his palace full of silver and gold, I could not transgress the commandment 2 of the Lord my God 3 to do less or more.
‘If Balak would give me his palace full of silver and gold, I cannot go beyond 1 the commandment 2 of the Lord to do either good or evil of my own will, 3 but whatever the Lord tells me I must speak’?
Aaron the priest ascended Mount Hor at the command 1 of the Lord, and he died there in the fortieth year after the Israelites had come out of the land of Egypt on the first day of the fifth month.
So he humbled you by making you hungry and then feeding you with unfamiliar manna. 1 He did this to teach you 2 that humankind 3 cannot live by bread 4 alone, but also by everything that comes from the Lord’s mouth. 5
And when he 1 sent you from Kadesh-Barnea and told you, “Go up and possess the land I have given you,” you rebelled against the Lord your God 2 and would neither believe nor obey him.
You must do what you are instructed, and the verdict they pronounce to you, without fail. Do not deviate right or left from what they tell you.
Rather, he must acknowledge the son of the less loved 1 wife as firstborn and give him the double portion 2 of all he has, for that son is the beginning of his father’s procreative power 3 – to him should go the right of the firstborn.
At sunset Joshua ordered his men to take them down from the trees. 1 They threw them into the cave where they had hidden and piled large stones over the mouth of the cave. (They remain to this very day.) 2
Caleb son of Jephunneh was assigned Kiriath Arba (that is Hebron) within the tribe of Judah, according to the Lord’s instructions to Joshua. (Arba was the father of Anak.) 1
They went before Eleazar the priest, Joshua son of Nun, and the leaders and said, “The Lord told Moses to assign us land among our relatives.” 1 So Joshua 2 assigned them land among their uncles, as the Lord had commanded. 3
As the Lord had instructed, they gave him the city he requested – Timnath Serah in the Ephraimite hill country. He built up the city and lived in it.