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Exodus 11:8 "And all these your servants will come down to me and bow themselves before me, saying, 'Go out, you and all the people who follow you,' and after that I will go out." And he went out from Pharaoh in hot anger.

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      8. all these thy servants shall . . . bow down themselves unto me--This would be the effect of the universal terror; the hearts of the proudest would be humbled and do reverential homage to God, in the person of His representative.
      went out . . . in a great anger--Holy and righteous indignation at the duplicity, repeated falsehood, and hardened impenitence of the king; and this strong emotion was stirred in the bosom of Moses, not at the ill reception given to himself, but the dishonor done to God (Mt 19:8; Eph 4:26).


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Brief Summary: The departing Israelites request jewels o0f gold and silver from their Egyptian neighbors, The LORD says He will slay the firstborn in every Egyptian household, The LORD places a difference between the Egyptians and the Israelites.

1 God's message to the Israelites to borrow jewels of their neighbors
4 Moses threatens Pharaoh with the death of the firstborn

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very great

Painting of Ancient Egypt Pyramids and Sphinx by Roberts
Painting of Ancient Egyptian Landmarks by Roberts

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Painting of the Ancient Nile River by Roberts
Painting of the Ancient Nile River by Roberts

Ancient Topics
the firstborn in the land of Egypt shall die

Ancient People
God, Moses, Pharaoh, Aaron
children of Israel

the land of Goshen

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The Exodus of the Hebrews

Mount Horeb

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Moses and the Exodus
The Giving of the Law
The Tabernacle
The Wilderness Wanderings