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The Plagues of Egypt also called the ten biblical plagues, were ten calamities that, according to ... The plagues served to contrast the power of the God of Israel with the Egyptian gods, invalidating them. ..... However, as the Jews left Egypt, the Pharaoh changed his mind again and sent his army after Moses' people.

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Then G‑d sent a fatal pestilence that killed most of the domestic animals of the ... when the animals upon which they looked as gods died smitten by the plague!

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The first plague was turning the Nile River into blood but Pharaoh still didn't believe it was from God. So God sent the second plague of thousands of frogs!

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The ten plagues in Egypt are explained in Exodus chapters 7 through 12. ... God sent Moses and Aaron to Pharaoh to ask for the release of His people so that ...

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the the plagues of egypt. ... Because Pharaoh refused to set the Israelites free, God decided to punish him, sending ten plagues on to Egypt. These included:.

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The plagues were ten disasters sent upon Egypt by God to convince Pharaoh to free the Israelite slaves from the bondage and oppression they had endured in ...

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Nov 4, 2015 ... The Ten Plagues are ten sequential disasters God inflicted on Egypt through Moses and Aaron, according to the biblical book of Exodus.

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Having explained why God used ten plagues we shall now consider each of ... of the Israelites) had any doubt with regards to whether Moses was sent by God ...

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In the Old Testament book of Exodus (by Moses), there are ten plagues and ... is a “stroke of affliction or disease”, sent as chastisement or judgment from God.