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The Exodus | Ep. 057

The Israelites were trapped in Egypt for 430 years. Most of that time was spent in bondage, in slavery. After the final plague, Pharaoh finally let them go. The Israelites, foreign people, and even some Egyptians left Egypt in a mass exodus and God saved them all. And the Lord had given the people favor in the sight of the Egyptians, so that they let them have what they asked. Exodus 12:36 Support the Show …

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The Final Plague of Egypt | Ep. 056

God told Moses and Aaron what they would need to do to protect the Israelites from the final plague – the death of the firstborn son throughout the entire land of Egypt. These instructions marked the beginning of a new year for the people, a time that from then on was called the Passover. Our …

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Passing Over God’s People | Ep. 055

The land of Egypt is devastated from the nine plagues that God sent after Pharaoh’s unbelief and hardened heart, God threatens one more final plague – the death of every firstborn male. Except for the Iraelites – the angel of death will “pass over” them by the protection of a lamb’s blood. Our Bible reading …

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The Plagues of Egypt | Ep. 054

Pharaoh’s heart was hardened against God, which meant that he was rejecting God. God unleashed His judgment on Egypt, giving Pharaoh chance after chance to listen and obey. God didn’t want the people to suffer. He didn’t want Pharaoh to suffer. God was trying to show Pharaoh that He was the true Lord. Our Bible …

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Staffs, Serpents and Signs | Ep. 053

God showed his power and supremacy over the wisdom and signs of the Egyptians. Nothing can stop the Lord from saving his people, Israel. Not Pharoah, not serpents, not even the devil. As Aaron’s snake swallowed up the other snakes in front of Pharaoh, so will God conquer Satan, and swallow up evil and death …

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