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Numbers 9

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1 And the Lord said unto Moses in the wilderness of Sinai in the second year after they had departed from the land of Egypt, in the first month, saying:
2 May the sons of Israel celebrate Easter at the appointed time for her:
3 on the fourteenth day of this month, in the evening, do it at the appointed time for it, according to all the decrees and in all its rites, do it.
4 And Moses said unto the sons of Israel, that they might passover.
5 And they celebrated Easter on the first [month], on the fourteenth day of the month in the evening, in the Sinai desert: in all that the Lord commanded Moses, so did the sons of Israel.
6 There were people who were unclean from [touching] the dead human bodies, and could not celebrate Easter that day; and they came to Moses and Aaron that day,
7 and those people said to him: we are unclean from [touching] the dead bodies of men; Why deprive us of bringing the offering to the Lord at the appointed time among the sons of Israel?
eight And Moses said to them: Wait, I listen to what the Lord commands you to do.
nine And the Lord said unto Moses, saying:
ten say to the sons of Israel: if any of you or your descendants is unclean from [touching] a dead body, or is on a long journey, he must also celebrate the Passover of the Lord;
eleven on the fourteenth day of the second month in the evening, may they make it, and with unleavened bread and bitter herbs let them eat it;
12 and let them not leave her until the morning and crush her bones; let them complete it according to all the statutes of Easter;
13 but whoever is clean and is not on the road and does not celebrate Easter, that soul shall be destroyed from his people, for he did not bring an offering to the Lord in due time: that person will bear the sin;
fourteen if an alien lives with you, then he must also celebrate the Passover of the Lord: according to the charter of the Passover and its rite, he must celebrate it; let you have one charter for both the alien and the native.

fifteen On the day that the tabernacle was set up, a cloud covered the tabernacle of revelation, and from the evening over the tabernacle, as if, fire was visible until morning.
16 It has always been like this: a cloud covered it [by day] and a semblance of fire at night.
17 And when the cloud rose from the tabernacle, then the sons of Israel set off, and at the place where the cloud stopped, the sons of Israel stopped there.
18 At the command of the Lord, the sons of Israel set off on the journey, and at the command of the Lord they stopped: at all times when the cloud was above the tabernacle, and they were standing;
19 and if the cloud was over the tabernacle for a long time, then the sons of Israel followed this command of the Lord and did not go;
20 sometimes the cloud was a little time over the tabernacle: they stopped at the direction of the Lord, and went on the way at the direction of the Lord;
21 sometimes the cloud stood [only] from evening to morning, and in the morning the cloud rose, then they set off; or a cloud stood day and night, and when it rose, and then they set off;
22 or, if two days, or a month, or several days, a cloud stood above the tabernacle, then the sons of Israel stood and did not set off; and when it rose, then they set off;
23 by the direction of the Lord they stopped, and by the direction of the Lord they went on a journey: they followed the direction of the Lord at the command of the Lord [given] through Moses.

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