Exodus 10


A tour of Exodus 10 with Ken Boa.

The pattern of the plagues shows a gradual increase in intensity and severity as they progress. As they grow more devastating, Pharaoh’s own servants urgently exhort him to relent and accede to Moses’ repeated request (“Do you not realize that Egypt is destroyed?”). But Pharaoh wanted to determine the terms of departure, and the destructive plague of locusts that came upon Egypt brought him to the point of acknowledging his sin but not to the point of letting them go. The ninth plague carried a palpable darkness to the land followed by a final hardening of Pharaoh’s heart.



Lord, no one is able to stand against You, though we often try to resist Your purposes. Help me remember the fleeting and limited nature of human power and wealth in contrast to the permanent and infinite nature of Your power and greatness. 

Meditation passage for today: verses 20, 27

Taken from "Handbook to Scripture—365 Key Chapters of the Bible"

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