By George H. Schodde
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25. And every man who observe it and keeps the sabbath on it away from all his work, will be blessed and holy for all his days like unto me. 26. And announce and say to the children of Israel the law of this day, and that they shall observe the sabbath on it, and do not desert it in the error of their hearts, and that they be not engaged in doing anything on it which should not be done, and that they do not prepare on it any thing that is eaten or drunk, nor draw water, nor on it carry in or bring out of their gates any thing that is carried, which they have not prepared for themselves as a work on the six days in their houses.
All that is here related of them and of Enoch is based upon the account there given, and the whole matter is treated in extenso in the writer's translation of that book. Cf. especially the Introduction, p. , and chap. vi. and sqq. of the book itself, together with the notes. Page 19 and she bore for him a son in the fifth week, in the fourth year, of this jubilee, and he called his name Enoch. 17. He was the first one from among the children of men that are born on the earth to learn writing and knowledge and wisdom.
12. And I will send witnesses to them that I may testify over them, but they will not hear and will slay my witnesses, and they will cast out those who seek the law, and will abolish the whole (law), and will begin to do evil before my eyes. 13. And I will hide my face from them and I will deliver them over to the Gentiles for captivity and for binding and for devouring and for expelling them from the midst of the land, and I shall scatter them in the midst of the Gentiles. 14. And they will forget all my law and all my commandments and all my judgment, and they will err in reference to new moons and sabbaths and festivals and jubilees and ordinances.