and Resen, which is between Nineveh and the great city Calah. 1
(Now Laban had two daughters; 1 the older one was named Leah, and the younger one Rachel.
When Israel saw 1 the great power 2 that the Lord had exercised 3 over the Egyptians, they 4 feared the Lord, and they believed in 5 the Lord and in his servant Moses. 6
But now, why should we die, because this intense fire will consume us! If we keep hearing the voice of the Lord our God we will die!
O Lord, you are great, mighty, majestic, magnificent, glorious, and sovereign 1 over all the sky and earth! You have dominion and exalt yourself as the ruler 2 of all.
“Everything that has happened to us has come about because of our wicked actions and our great guilt. Even so, our God, you have exercised restraint 1 toward our iniquities and have given us a remnant such as this.
There is no one greater in this household than I am. He has withheld nothing from me except you because you are his wife. So how could I do 1 such a great evil and sin against God?”
This accords with what happened at Horeb in the day of the assembly. You asked the Lord your God: “Please do not make us hear the voice of the Lord our 1 God any more or see this great fire any more lest we die.”
He was very thirsty, so he cried out to the Lord and said, “You have given your servant 1 this great victory. But now must I die of thirst and fall into hands of the Philistines?” 2
I alone was left to see this great vision. My strength drained from 1 me, and my vigor disappeared; 2 I was without energy. 3