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 34:4
 34:5
34:4 Moses carved out two stone tablets like the first. He then got up early in the morning and climbed Mount Sinai, as God had commanded him, taking the two stone tablets in his hand.
Vayifsol shney-luchot avanim karishonim vayashkem Moshe vaboker vaya'al el-har Sinay ka'asher tsivah Adonay oto vayikach beyado shney luchot avanim.
34:5 God revealed Himself in a cloud, and it stood there with [Moses]. [Moses] called out in God's name.
Vayered Adonay be'anan vayityatsev imo sham vayikra veshem Adonay.



Commentary:

revealed Himself
  (Targum). Literally, 'descended.' See note on Genesis 11:7, Exodus 19:11.

it...
  The cloud (Ibn Ezra; Avraham ben HaRambam). Or, '[God] stood with [Moses]' (Ramban; Emunoth VeDeyoth 2:12); or, '[Moses] stood there with [God]' (Targum Yonathan; Sforno).

Moses called...
  (Targum Yonathan; Mizrachi). Or, '[God] proclaimed the Divine Name' (Lekach Tov; Ibn Ezra).





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