The firstborn of Egypt die in the night and Pharaoh, in his grief sends for Moses for a final blessing. Will he set the Hebrews free?
On the eve of their departure, God instructed the Hebrew people to perform a rite to commemorate the spring, or new birth, of their faith.
As a small act of faith, God asked the Hebrew people to memorialize their freedom with a special meal and by marking their home.
God instructed the Hebrew people to mark the final plague of Egypt and their exodus as a new beginning. How did they prepare?
In his parting words to Pharaoh, Moses proclaims his victory over the power and authority of Egypt. Does he overstep his privilege as prophet?
As the final plagues commence, Egypt was left lost in the dark that encompassed their land and people, both physically and spiritually.
Pharaoh hard heart left the people of Egypt in dire need and the very land marked with death.
When the Egyptians finally convinced Pharaoh to let the Hebrews go, they made a stipulation: No women or children were allowed to leave.