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Unformatted text preview: e away. But Pharaoh was adamant, he was the law of the land and whatever he said
went. Nevertheless he relented a little and said that the Israelites could go into the desert to worship
their God but only the men and children, but not their animals. “No” said Moses, we all go, our men
our women our children our flocks and our herds. (Ex. Ch. 10 V. 9) Pharaoh once again refuses to let the
A great cloud of the feared and dreaded Locusts (8) settled on the land and ate whatever
was green, eating what the hail had left, leaving the land a great desert. Next a thick choking
Darkness (9) settled on the land swirling and shifting, people stayed indoors to try to escape the
worst effects. It was so thick many could not breathe, people died from the polluted air. Work was
impossible social activity ceased, the markets were closed no food was available. Blight settled on the
land of Egypt.
The final visit of Moses to the Pharaoh’s court results in Moses being once again banished
with Pharaoh saying, “I don’t want to see you again” (Ex. Ch. 10 V. 28) Moses...
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