Pseudo Jonathan Exodus 15:2

Targum

2 Our strength and the (object of) our many praises, feared by all the ages, the Lord. He declared through his Memra and he was for me are deeming God.” From their mother's breasts the sucklings would indicate with their fingers to their fathers and would say: “This is our God who had us suck honey from the rock and oil from the flint stone at the time when our mothers went out into the open country and gave birth to us and abandoned us there. He would send an angel who would bathe us and swaddle us. And now let us praise him, the God of our fathers, and let us extol him.” 3 The children of Israel said, “The Lord is a hero who wages our wars in every generation. He makes his strength known to his people, the house of Israel. The Lord is his name; like his name is his strength. May his name be blessed forever and ever! Source

Date: 300-1200 C.E. (based on scholarly estimates)

Wisdom of Solomon 10:21

Deuterocanon

17 She gave to holy people the reward of their labors; she guided them along a marvelous way, and became a shelter to them by day, and a starry flame through the night. 18 She brought them over the Red Sea, and led them through deep waters; 19 but she drowned their enemies, and cast them up from the depth of the sea. 20 Therefore the righteous plundered the ungodly; they sang hymns, O Lord, to your holy name, and praised with one accord your defending hand; 21 for wisdom opened the mouths of those who were mute, and made the tongues of infants speak clearly. Source

Date: 100-50 B.C.E. (based on scholarly estimates)

Grelot, Pierre Sagesse 10,21 et le Targum de l'Exode (pp. 49-60) Biblica 42, no. 1, 1961

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Grelot, Pierre Sagesse 10,21 et le Targum de l'Exode (pp. 49-60) Biblica 42, no. 1, 1961

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