The Book of Jasher
|LXXXII:1 And the children of Israel proceeded from Rephidim and they encamped in the
wilderness of Sinai, in the third month from their going forth from Egypt.
LXXXII:2 At that time came Reuel the Midianite, the father-in-law of Moses, with Zipporah
his daughter and her two sons, for he had heard of the wonders of Yehuveh which he had
done to Israel, that he had delivered them from the hand of Egypt.
LXXXII:3 And Reuel came to Moses to the wilderness where he was encamped, where was the
mountain of Elohim.
LXXXII:4 And Moses went forth to meet his father-in-law with great honor, and all Israel was
LXXXII:5 And Reuel and his children remained amongst the Israelites for many days, and Reuel
knew Yehuveh from that day forward.
LXXXII:6 And in the third month from the children of Israelís departure from Egypt, on the
sixth day thereof, Yehuveh gave to Israel the ten commandments on Mount Sinai.
LXXXII:7 And all Israel heard all these commandments, and all Israel rejoiced exceedingly in
Yehuveh on that day.
LXXXII:8 And the glory of Yehuveh rested upon Mount Sinai, and he called to Moses, and
Moses came in the midst of a cloud and ascended the mountain.
LXXXII:9 And Moses was upon the mount forty days and forty nights; he ate no bread and
drank no water, and Yehuveh instructed him in the statutes and judgments in order to
teach the children of Israel.
LXXXII:10 And Yehuveh wrote the ten commandments which he had commanded the children
of Israel upon two tablets of stone, which he gave to Moses to command the children of Israel.
Commentary on Jasher LXXXII:1 (13 October 2009):
Originally Written: 13 October 2009
Latest Update: 13 October 2009
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