Egypt

Egypt

 
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  • Never in all the history of Egypt had there been a storm like that, with such severe hail and continuous lightning. - Exodus 9:24


  • It left all of Egypt in ruins. Everything left in the fields was destroyed--people, animals, and crops alike. Even all the trees were destroyed. - Exodus 9:25


  • The only spot in all Egypt without hail that day was the land of Goshen, where the people of Israel lived. - Exodus 9:26


  • They will overrun your palaces and the homes of your officials and all the houses of Egypt. Never in the history of Egypt has there been a plague like this one!" And with that, Moses turned and walked out. - Exodus 10:6


  • The court officials now came to Pharaoh and appealed to him. "How long will you let these disasters go on? Please let the Israelites go to serve the LORD their God! Don't you realize that Egypt lies in ruins?" - Exodus 10:7


  • Then the LORD said to Moses, "Raise your hand over the land of Egypt to bring on the locusts. Let them cover the land and eat all the crops still left after the hailstorm." - Exodus 10:12


  • And the locusts swarmed over the land of Egypt from border to border. It was the worst locust plague in Egyptian history, and there has never again been one like it. - Exodus 10:14


  • For the locusts covered the surface of the whole country, making the ground look black. They ate all the plants and all the fruit on the trees that had survived the hailstorm. Not one green thing remained, neither tree nor plant, throughout the land of Egypt. - Exodus 10:15


  • The LORD responded by sending a strong west wind that blew the locusts out into the Red Sea.* Not a single locust remained in all the land of Egypt.1 - Exodus 10:19


  • Then the LORD said to Moses, "Lift your hand toward heaven, and a deep and terrifying darkness will descend on the land of Egypt." - Exodus 10:21


  • Then the LORD said to Moses, "I will send just one more disaster on Pharaoh and the land of Egypt. After that, Pharaoh will let you go. In fact, he will be so anxious to get rid of you that he will practically force you to leave the country. - Exodus 11:1


  • Tell all the Israelite men and women to ask their Egyptian neighbors for articles of silver and gold." - Exodus 11:2


  • (Now the LORD had caused the Egyptians to look favorably on the people of Israel, and Moses was considered a very great man in the land of Egypt. He was respected by Pharaoh's officials and the Egyptian people alike.) - Exodus 11:3


  • So Moses announced to Pharaoh, "This is what the LORD says: About midnight I will pass through Egypt. - Exodus 11:4


  • All the firstborn sons will die in every family in Egypt, from the oldest son of Pharaoh, who sits on the throne, to the oldest son of his lowliest slave. Even the firstborn of the animals will die. - Exodus 11:5


  • Then a loud wail will be heard throughout the land of Egypt; there has never been such wailing before, and there never will be again. - Exodus 11:6


  • All the officials of Egypt will come running to me, bowing low. `Please leave!' they will beg. `Hurry! And take all your followers with you.' Only then will I go!" Then, burning with anger, Moses left Pharaoh's presence. - Exodus 11:8
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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