Exodus 15:1 Then Moses and the childern off Israel sange this songe vnto the Lord ad saide Let vs synge vnto the Lorde, for he is become glorious, the horse and him that rode vpon him hath he ouerthrowne in the see. Exodus 15:2 The Lorde is my strength ad my songe, ad is become my saluation. He is my God and I will glorifie him, he is my fathers God and I will lifte him vp an hie Exodus 15:3 The Lorde is a ma off warre, Iehouah ys his name: Exodus 15:4 Pharaos charettes ad his hoste hath he cast in to the see. His iolye captaynes are drowned in the red see, Exodus 15:5 the depe waters haue couered them: thei soncke to the botome as a stone. Exodus 15:6 Thine hande Lorde is glorious in power, thine had Lord hath all to dashed the enemye. Exodus 15:7 And with thy great glorie thou hast destroyed thine aduersaries, thou sentest forth thy wrath ad it consumed them: eue as stobell. Exodus 15:8 with the breth off thine anger the water gathered together and the flodes stode fiyll as a rocke ad the depe water congeled together in the myddest off the see. Exodus 15:9 The enymye sayde, I will folowe and ouertake the ad will deuyde the spoyle: I will satysfie my lust apon the: I will drawe my swerde and myne hande shall destroye them. Exodus 15:10 Thou bluest with thy breth ad the see couered the, and they sanke as leed in the myghtye waters. Exodus 15:11 who is like vnto the o Lord amoge goddes: who is like the so glorious in holynes feerfull, laudable ad that shewest wondres? Exodus 15:12 Thou stretchedest out thy righte hande. ad the erth swalowed them. Exodus 15:13 And thou cariedest with thy mercie this people which thou deliueredest, ad broughtest the with thy strength vnto thy holie habitacion. Exodus 15:14 The nations herde ad were afrayde, pages came vpon the Philistines. Exodus 15:15 Tha the dukes of the Edomites were amased, ad treblinge came apon the myghtiest off the Moabites, and all the inhabiters of Canaa waxed faynte harted. Exodus 15:16 Let feare and dreade fall apon the thorow the greatnesse off thyne arme, and let them be as styll as a stone, while thy people passe thorow o Lorde while the people passe thorowe, which thou hast goten. Exodus 15:17 Brynge them in and plante them in the mountayns of thine enherytauce, the place Lorde whyche thou hast made for the to dweld in the sanctuarye Lorde which thy handes haue prepared. Exodus 15:18 The Lorde raygne euer and allwaye. Exodus 15:19 For Pharao wet in an horsebacke wyth his charettes and horsemen in to the see, and the Lorde broughte the waters of the see apo the. And the childern of Israel went on drie lande thorow the myddest of the see.
Exodus 15:20 And mir I am a prophetisse the sister of Aaron toke a tymbrell in hir hande, and all the wemen came out after her with tymbrells in a daunse. Exodus 15:21 And mir I am sange before them: syng ye vnto the Lorde, for he is become glorious in deade: the horse and his ryder hath he ouerthrowne in the see.
The people want water.
Exodus 15:22 Moses broughte Israel from the redd see, ad they went out in to the wildernesse of Sur. And they went thre dayes longe in the wildernesse ad coude finde no water.
The waters at Marah are bitter.
Exodus 15:23 At the last they came to Mara: but they coude not drynke off the waters for bitternesse, for they were better. therfore the name of the place was called Mara. Exodus 15:24 Then the people murmured agaynst Moses saynge: what shall we drinke?
A tree sweeteneth them.
Exodus 15:25 And Moses cried vnto the Lorde and he shewed him a tre: and he cast it in to the water, and they waxed swete. There he made them an ordinaunce and a lawe, and there he tempted them Exodus 15:26 and saide: Yf ye will herken vnto the voyce of the Lord youre God, and will do that which is righte in his syght and will geue an eare vnto his comaudmentes, and kepe all his ordinaunces: tha will I put none of this diseases apon the whiche I brought vpon the Egiptias: for I am the Lorde thy surgione.
At Elim are twelve wells, and seventy palm trees.
Exodus 15:27 And they came to Elim where were .xij welles of water and .lxx. date trees, and they pitched there by the water.