Moses Ten Commandments
In the third month after the Israelites had gone out of Egypt they came into the wilderness of Sinai, and when they had encamped at the foot of Mount Sinai Moses went up on to the peak and talked with God. In this conversation, the Lord reminded him of how He had sustained him and his people, and that greater things were yet in store for him if he would obey His voice. Then God told Moses to go down among the Israelites and sanctify them, and to order them to wash their clothes and be ready to to receive Him.
When morning dawned on the third day there was a deep cloud seen resting on Sinai, out of which came flashes of blinding lightning and crashing peals of thunder, so that all the people in the camp trembled with great fear. Moses ordered all the Israelites to come out of their tents and to stand at the foot of the mountain; as they obeyed the command the Lord descended upon the mount in fire and made it smoke like an immense furnace, while thunder continued to break in terrific discharges. A trumpet was heard blaring in deep resonnance, growing louder and louder until Moses spoke. Then the Lord beckoned Moses to go up on the mountain.
After fasting on the mount for forty days and nights, God gave Moses Ten Commandments as well as instructions for creation of a sanctuary and Tabernacle for the congregation. He described the holy furniture that would be part of the Tabernacle, and He also told Moses to establish a priesthood for Aaron and his four sons.
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