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    EXODUS 10

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    1 God threatens to send locusts. 7 Pharaoh moved by his servants, inclines to let the Israelites go. 12 The plague of the locusts. 16 Pharaoh entreats Moses. 21 The plague of darkness. 24 Pharaoh again entreats Moses, but yet is hardened. VERSE 1 - I have hardened. See on ch. * Ex 4:21; 7:13,14; 9:27,34,35 Ps 7:11 - that I. * Ex 3:20; 7:4; 9:16; 14:17,18; 15:14,15 Jos 2:9,10; 4:23,24 1Sa 4:8 * Ro 9:17 VERSE 2 - And that. * Ex 13:8,9,14 De 4:9; 6:20-22 Ps 44:1; 71:18; 78:5,6 Joe 1:3 Eph 6:4 - that ye. See on ch. * Ex 7:17 Ps 58:11 Eze 20:26,28 VERSE 3 - How long. * Ex 9:17; 16:28 Nu 14:27 1Ki 18:21 Pr 1:22,24 Jer 13:10 Eze 5:6 * Heb 12:25 - humble. * 1Ki 21:29 2Ch 7:14; 33:12,19; 34:27 Job 42:6 Pr 18:12 Isa 1:5 * Isa 2:11 Jer 13:18 Ro 2:4 Jas 4:10 1Pe 5:6 VERSE 4 - tomorrow. * Ex 8:10,23; 9:5,18; 11:4,5 - locusts. The word {arbeh,} Locust, is derived from {ravah,} to multiply, be numerous, etc., because they are more prolific than any other insect, and because of the immense swarms of them by which different countries, especially the East, are infested. The locust, in entomology, belongs to a genus of insects known among naturalists by the name of Grylli; which includes three species, crickets, grasshoppers, and locusts. The common great brown locust is about three inches in length; has two antenn' about an inch long, and two pair of wings. The head and horns are brown; the mouth and inside of the larger legs bluish; the upper side of the body and upper wings brown, the former spotted with black, and the latter with dusky spots. The back is defended by a shield of a greenish hue: the under wings are of a light brown, tinctured with green, and nearly transparent. It has a large open mouth, in the two jaws of which it has four teeth, which traverse each other like scissors, being calculated, from their mechanism, to gripe or cut. The general appearance of the insect is that of the grasshopper. The Egyptians had gods in whom they trusted to deliver them from these terrible invaders; but by this judgment they were taught that it was impossible to stand before Moses, the servant of Jehovah. * Pr 30:27 Joe 1:4-7; 2:2-11,25 Re 9:3 VERSE 5 - face. Heb. eye. * :15 - the residue. * Ex 9:32 Joe 1:4; 2:25 VERSE 6 - fill. * Ex 8:3,21 - which. * :14,15; 9:24; 11:6 Joe 2:2 - And he. * :11; 11:8 Heb 11:27 VERSE 7 - How long. * :3 - snare. * Ex 23:33 Jos 23:13 1Sa 18:21 Pr 29:6 Ec 7:26 1Co 7:35 - that Egypt. * Ps 107:34 Isa 14:20; 51:9 Jer 48:4; 51:8 Zep 1:18 VERSE 8 - brought. * :16,24; 12:31 - who. Heb. who, and who, etc. VERSE 9 - We will go. * Ge 50:8 De 31:12,13 Jos 24:15 Ps 148:12,13 Ec 12:1 Eph 6:4 - our flocks. * Pr 3:9 - a feast. * Ex 3:18; 5:1,3; 8:25-28; 13:6 Nu 29:12 1Co 5:7,8 VERSE 10 - be so. * Ex 12:30,31; 13:21 - look to it. * 2Ch 32:15 La 3:37 VERSE 11 - for that. * Ps 52:3,4; 119:69 - And they. * :28; 5:4 VERSE 12 - Stretch. * Ex 7:19 - eat every. * :4,5 VERSE 13 - east wind. * Ex 14:21 Ge 41:6 Ps 78:26; 107:25-28; 148:8 Jon 1:4; 4:8 Mt 8:27 VERSE 14 - the locusts. * De 28:42 1Ki 8:37 Ps 78:46; 105:34,35 Re 9:3-7 - very grievous. * :5 Joe 1:2-4 - before. * :6; 11:6 Joe 2:2 VERSE 15 - For they. * :5 Joe 1:6,7; 2:1-11,25 - did eat. * Ps 78:46; 105:35 VERSE 16 - called for. Heb. hastened to call. I have. * Ex 9:27 Nu 21:7; 22:34 1Sa 15:24,30; 26:21 2Sa 19:20 Job 34:31,32 * Pr 28:13 Mt 27:4 VERSE 17 - forgive. * 1Sa 15:25 - and intreat. See on ch. * Ex 8:8; 9:28 1Ki 13:6 Isa 26:16 Ro 15:30 Ac 8:24 - this death. * 2Ki 4:40 2Co 1:10 VERSE 18 - went. * Ex 8:30 - and intreated. See on ch. * Ex 8:9,28,29 Mt 5:44 Lu 6:28 VERSE 19 - a mighty. * :13 - cast. Heb. fastened. the Red sea. * Ex 13:18; 15:4 Joe 2:20 Heb 11:29 VERSE 20 - See on ch. * Ex 4:21; 7:13,14; 9:12; 11:10 De 2:30 Isa 6:9,10 Joh 12:39,40 * Ro 9:18 2Th 2:11,12 VERSE 21 - Stretch. * Ex 9:22 - darkness. As the Egyptians not only worshipped the light and sun, but also paid the same veneration to night and darkness, nothing could be more terrible than this punishment of perceptible and coercive darkness, such as their luminary Osiris could not dispel. See Bryant, pp. 141-160. * Ps 35:6; 78:49; 105:28 Pr 4:19 Ec 2:14; 6:4 Isa 8:21,22 * Mt 27:45 Mr 15:33 Lu 23:44 2Pe 2:4,17 Jude 1:6,13 Re 16:10,11 - even darkness which may be felt. Heb. that one may feel darkness. VERSE 22 - thick darkness. * Ex 20:21 De 4:11; 5:22 Ps 105:28 Joe 2:2,31 Am 4:13 Re 16:10 VERSE 23 - but all. * Ex 8:22; 9:4,26; 14:20 Jos 24:7 Isa 42:16; 60:1-3; 65:13,14 * Mal 3:18 Col 1:13 1Pe 2:9 VERSE 24 - Go ye. * :8,9; 8:28; 9:28 - flocks. * Ge 34:23 - little ones. * :10 VERSE 25 - us. Heb. into our hands. sacrifices. * Ex 29:1-46; 36:1-38 40:38 Le 9:22; 16:9 VERSE 26 - cattle. * Ex 12:32 Isa 23:18; 60:5-10 Ho 5:6 Zec 14:20 Ac 2:44,45 2Co 8:5 - and we. * Pr 3:9 Heb 11:8 VERSE 27 - See on ver. * :1,20; 4:21; 14:4,8 Re 9:20; 16:10,11 VERSE 28 - Get thee. * :11 - for in that. * 2Ch 16:10; 25:16 Am 7:13 VERSE 29 - I will see. * Ex 11:4-8; 12:30,31 Heb 11:27 GOTO NEXT CHAPTER - TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE INDEX

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