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Debt slaves or prisoners of war were at times set free after serving for a certain period.Part of the slaves were personal servants of individuals.The *Greek translation gave this book its name Exodus. God does not change, and he carries out his promises. And I have seen that the *Egyptians are being very cruel to my people. The *Israelites are my people and I am sending you to them. Verses 11-12 In the past Moses thought that he could help his people (Exodus chapter 2). God called both Gideon (Judges -16) and Jeremiah (Jeremiah 1:6-8) to do special jobs for him. The *LORD is the God whom your relatives *worshipped a long time ago. So the *LORD and I AM are both special names for God. It gave honour to the person when they were speaking to someone important. On the way to Egypt, Moses stopped to camp for the night. Now let us go on a journey that lasts about three days. The *Egyptians had not given them any straw, so now the job was impossible. But the *Egyptian masters of the slaves were hitting the *Israelite officers. They realised that, because*Pharaoh expected them to produce the same number of bricks each day. Verse 21 Those *Israelite officers had great difficulties. v27 So Moses and Aaron spoke to *Pharaoh, who was Egypts king. Verses 17-20 The list shows how Aaron and Moses were Israels (Jacobs) relatives. At that time, they allowed a person to marry his aunt. *Pharaoh must let the *Israelites go away from his country. v5 Then the *Egyptians will know that I am the *LORD. They will see the *LORD bring the *Israelites away from their country. v14 The *Egyptians gathered the *frogs into great piles. So they left their slaves and their animals outside in the fields. It destroyed crops and it tore the leaves off the trees. God would bring his judgement on all Egypts false gods. It tells how he rescued his people, the *Israelites. It will be a special day to give honour to the *LORD. v15 For 7 days you must eat flat bread that you make without *yeast.

Content on this website is for general information purposes only.Exodus is one of the first 5 books of the *Old Testament. Then Moses wrote down everything that the *LORD had said. Without Moses, the *Israelites might not have escaped from the country called Egypt. He had promised to them that their families would increase. Abraham, Isaac and Jacob had been dead for a long time. It is a rich country with plenty of milk and plenty of honey. The people called the Hittites, the Amorites, the Perizzites, the Hivites and the Jebusites live there too. It is a rich country with plenty of milk and plenty of honey. Sometimes *Canaanites includes all the different nations that lived in *Canaan. People from many different nations were living in *Canaan already. In the future, all people must call me by this name. They wrote the letters YHWH for the name the *LORD. Verse 21 God is the Judge of everything on the earth. God let *Pharaoh be unwilling to listen to Moses and Aaron. *Israel includes all the people who were *Israelites. You have made us become like a very bad smell to *Pharaoh and to his servants. They blamed Moses and Aaron as the cause of their awful situation. *Lord, why have you brought trouble to your people? v23 I went to speak to *Pharaoh and I spoke your name. Verses 4-8 The *LORD is the God who carries out his promises. Aaron and Moses were the ones to whom the *LORD spoke. Phinehas means person from the country called Ethiopia. v2 You must say everything to Aaron that I order you to say. He realised that his wise men could not send the *frogs away. But later, the writer mentions that particular difference. Then you will know that there is nobody like me in the whole world. I could have punished you and your people with a *plague. I want people everywhere on earth to give honour to my name. This will be the worst storm of *hail ever to fall on Egypt. And it will fall on every animal that is still outside in the fields. So they hurried to bring their slaves and their animals inside. There had never been a storm as bad as that storm in Egypts entire history. Also they used the sticks to control their animals.We speak about these 5 books together as the Pentateuch. The book is in two parts: Moses was the most important person in all these events. Later, when Joshua built an *altar, he followed Moses instructions for it (Joshua ). It appears in the books of both the *Old Testament and the *New Testament. They might not have reached the country that God had promised to them. And he chose Moses to act on his behalf (Exodus 3:8-10). It was from the Red Sea coast to the border of the country called Moab. And he had promised to them that they would become a great nation. He had promised to them that he would always be *Israels God (Genesis 17:7,19 and -12). v9 But I have heard the *Israelites as they cry for me to help them. Those words were a promise that there was plenty to eat. In Deuteronomy 7:1, the list names 7 nations that were living in that country. But God promised very definitely to give that country to his people. Verses 13-14 Abraham and the *Israelites called God El Shaddai. And that is similar to the *Hebrew word that means I am. Jethros daughter and his grandsons were going to Egypt with Moses. So your oldest son probably included the oldest sons of all the *Egyptians. You have given to them an excuse to kill us with their swords. The *Israelite officers had become like a very bad smell that disgusted *Pharaoh and his officers. Since that time, he has brought trouble on your people. He said, Bring the *Israelites away from Egypt with each family in a group together. While in Egypt, some *Israelites may have married foreigners, who were living there also. That family is part of a much longer history of the family. Then your brother, Aaron, must tell my message to *Pharaoh. It is during *plagues number 5 (Exodus 9:4, 6), *plague number 7 (Exodus ), *plague number 9 (Exodus ) and *plague number 10 (Exodus 11:7). But at the same time he looked after his own people. Flies, in thick clouds, flew into *Pharaohs palace. I could have removed you completely from the earth. There has never been a worse storm in all its history. All your animals and everything else that you have outside in the fields must come in. v21 But other people did not listen to what the *LORD had said. Verses 25-26 That *plague of *hail affected every person and every animal that was out in the fields. They would be eating the meal at the time when the *LORD passed through Egypt. You and your children must remember this day each year.Such inscriptions, tying together land and labourer, occur frequently throughout Egyptian history and their social state. Could the panel that will draft the Egyptian constitution possibly discuss such issues?

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