And the Lord came down on Mount Sinai
In the above visible tokens of his presence and power; otherwise he is the incomprehensible Jehovah, that immense and omnipotent Being, who fills heaven and earth, and cannot be contained and circumscribed in either:
on the top of the mount;
where the fire he descended in rested, and where the smoke and thick cloud were, as a token of his presence:
and the Lord called Moses up to the top of the mount;
who either was at the bottom of it with the people, or in a higher ascent of it between God and them:
and Moses went up;
to the top of it, where the Lord was, as he ordered him: a certain traveller F25 tells us that the top of this mount was scarce thirty feet in circumference.
F25 Baumgarten Peregrinatio, l. 1. c. 24. p. 61.