Pharaoh. Exodus 5-10. Plagues Upon Egypt. (1.) The river Nile was turned into blood , and the fish died, and the river stank, so that the Egyptians loathed to drink of the river (Exodus 7:14-25). (2.) The plague of frogs (Exodus 8:1-15).
(1.) The river Nile was turned into blood, and the fish died, and the river stank, so that the Egyptians loathed to drink of the river (Exodus 7:14-25).
(2.) The plague of frogs(Exodus 8:1-15).
(3.) The plague of lice"out of the dust of the land" (Exodus 8:16-19).
(4.) The plague of flies Exodus 8:21-24. Pharaoh makes proposals for Israel to worship.
Land of Goshen set apart.Exodus 8:22
Exodus 9:4,6,26; 10:23; 11:7; 12:13
That “thou mayest know that I am Jehovah in the midst of the earth.”
Exodus 9:29; 19:5; 20:11
(5.) The murrain (Exodus 9:1-7), or epidemic pestilence which carried off vast numbers of cattle in the field. Warning was given of its coming.
(6.) The sixth plague, of "boils and blains," like the third, was sent without warning (Exodus 9:8-12). It is called (Deuteronomy 28:27) "the botch of Egypt," in the A.V. but in R.V., "the boil of Egypt." "The magicians could not stand before Moses" because of it.
(7.) The plague of hail, with fire and thunder(Exodus 9:13-33). Warning was given of its coming. (cf. Psalms 18:13; 105:32-33).
(8.) The plague of locusts, which covered the whole face of the earth, so that the land was darkened with them (Exodus 10:12-15). Warning was given before this plague came.
(9.) After a short interval the plague of darknesssucceeded that of the locusts; and it came without any special warning (Exodus 10:21-29). The darkness covered "all the land of Egypt" to such an extent that "they saw not one another." It did not, however, extend to the land of Goshen.
(10.) The last and most fearful of these plagues was the death of the first-born of man and of beast(Exodus 11:4,5; 12:29,30).
(from Easton's Bible Dictionary)
NOT THIS: BUT THIS:
“Come ye out … Be ye separate …” 2 Corinthians 6:14-7:1