CHAP. 32.—Encampment near Mount Sinai. The
covenant. The people to sanctify themselves,
CHAP. 33.−The Israelites at the foot of Sinai. God
descends. Moses and Aaron go up the moun-
tain. The ten commandments,
CHAP. 34.—Communications from God to Moses.
Moses descends. The covenant ratified,
Chap. 35.-Moses, Aaron, Nadab, Abihu, and the
seventy elders ascend Sinai. They see God. Mo-
ses there forty days, receiving divine commu-
Cilap. 36 —The two tables of stone. The golden calf.
Aaron's guilt. Moses intercedes for the idola-
CHAP 37.-Moses and Joshua descend. Moses destroys
the golden calf. Three thousand of the idolaters
are slain. Moses again ascends the mountain,
Chap. 38.—Moses is directed to proceed from Sinai.
He descends. The tabernacle of the congrega-
tion, God's accompanying presence promised,
CHAP. 39.—Moses ascends Sinai. The divine glory
passes before him. He is there another forty ãays.
He descends. The building of the tabernacle,
Chap. 40–The tabernacle being completed, God
descends, and fills it with his glory. Nadab and
. Abihu destroyed,
CHAP. 41.-Additional laws. The son of Shelomith.
Promises and threatenings,
Chap. 42.—The Israelites numbered. Manner of en-
camping, and marching,
CHAP. 43.-The priests and Levites. The first-born.
Offerings of the princes,
CHAP. 44.—The departure from Sinai. General fea-
tures of the regions between Sinai and Canaan,
CHAP. 45.—Taberah. Murmurings. Seventy elders
chosen to assist Moses. Quails sent. Plague at
Chap. 46–Hazeroth. Aaron and Miriam sin against
Moses. Kadesh-barnea. The spies sent to sur-
Chap. 47.-The spies return. Discouragement at
their report. Joshua and Caleb faithful. The