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    EXODUS 7

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    1 Moses and Aaron are encouraged to go again to Pharaoh. 7 Their age. 8 Aaron's rod is turned into a serpent. 11 The sorcerers do the like; but their rods are swallowed up by Aaron's. 13 Pharaoh's heart is hardened. 14 God's message to Pharaoh. 19 The river is turned into blood; and the consequent distress of the Egyptians. VERSE 1 - See. * Ex 16:29 Ge 19:21 1Ki 17:23 2Ki 6:32 Ec 1:10 - a god. * Ex 4:15,16 Ps 82:6 Jer 1:10 Joh 10:35,36 VERSE 2 * Ex 4:15; 6:29 De 4:2 1Ki 22:14 Jer 1:7,17 Eze 3:10,17 Mt 28:20 * Ac 20:27 VERSE 3 - And I. See on ch. * Ex 4:21,29 - multiply. * Ex 4:7; 9:16; 11:9 De 4:34; 7:19 Ne 9:10 Ps 78:43-51; 105:27-36 * Ps 135:9 Isa 51:9 Jer 32:20,21 Mic 7:15 Joh 4:48 Ac 2:22; 7:36 * Ro 15:19 VERSE 4 - that I. * Ex 9:3; 10:1; 11:9 Jud 2:15 La 3:3 - armies. * Ex 6:26; 12:51 - by great. * Ex 6:6 Pr 19:29 Isa 26:9 Eze 14:21; 25:11; 30:14,19 Re 15:4; 16:7 * Re 19:2 VERSE 5 - Egyptians. * :17; 8:10,22; 14:4,18 Ps 9:16 Eze 25:17; 28:22; 36:23; 39:7,22 - I stretch. See on ch. * Ex 3:20 VERSE 6 * :2,10; 12:28; 39:43; 40:16 Ge 6:22; 22:18 Ps 119:4 Joh 15:10,14 VERSE 7 * Ex 2:23 Ge 41:46 De 29:5; 31:2; 34:7 Ps 90:10 Ac 7:23,30 VERSE 8 VERSE 9 - Shew. * Isa 7:11 Mt 12:39 Joh 2:18; 6:30; 10:38 - Take. * :10-12; 4:2,17,20; 9:23; 10:13 - a serpent. * Ps 74:12,13 Eze 29:3 VERSE 10 - as the Lord. * :9 - it became. * Ex 4:3 Am 9:3 Mr 16:18 Lu 10:19 VERSE 11 - wise men. * Ge 41:8,38,39 Isa 19:11,12; 47:12,13 Da 2:2,27; 4:7-9; 5:7,11 * 2Ti 3:8 Re 19:20 - sorcerers. {Mechashshaphim,} probably from the Arabic {kashapha,} to discover, reveal, signifies diviners, or those who pretended to reveal futurity, to discover things lost, or to find hidden treasures. - they also. * :22; 8:7,18 De 13:1-3 Mt 24:24 Ga 3:1 Eph 4:14 2Th 2:9 * Re 13:11-15 - enchantments. By the word {lahatim,} from {lahat,} to burn, may be meant such incantations as required lustral fires, fumigations, etc. VERSE 12 - but Aaron's. * Ex 8:18,19; 9:11 Ac 8:9-13; 13:8-11; 19:19,20 1Jo 4:4 VERSE 13 * :4; 4:21; 8:15; 10:1,20,27; 14:17 De 2:30 Zec 7:11,12 Ro 1:28; 2:5 * Heb 3:7,8,13 VERSE 14 - Pharaoh's. * Ex 8:15; 10:1,20,27 Zec 7:12 - he refuseth. * Ex 4:23; 8:2; 9:2; 10:4 Isa 1:20 Jer 8:5; 9:6 Heb 12:25 VERSE 15 - he goeth. * Ex 2:5; 8:20 Eze 29:3 - the rod. * :10; 4:2-4 VERSE 16 - The Lord. * Ex 3:18; 5:3; 9:1,13; 10:3 1Sa 4:6-9 - Let my. * Ex 8:1,20; 13:15; 14:5 Isa 45:13 Jer 50:33 Ac 4:21-23 - serve. * Ex 3:12,18; 5:1-3; 9:1 VERSE 17 - thou shalt. * :5; 5:2; 6:7 1Sa 17:46,47 1Ki 20:28 2Ki 19:19 Ps 9:16; 83:18 * Eze 29:9; 30:8,19; 32:15; 38:23; 39:28 Da 4:17,32,37; 5:21,23 - and they. * Ex 1:22; 4:9 Ps 78:44; 105:29 Re 8:8; 16:3-6 VERSE 18 - the fish. * :21 - Egyptians. "The water of Egypt," says Abb‚ Mascrier, "is so delicious, that one would not wish the heat to be less, or to be delivered from the sensation of thirst. The Turks find it so exquisite, that they excite themselves to drink of it by eating salt." "A person," adds Mr. Harmer, "who never before heard of the deliciousness of the Nile water, and of the large quantities which on that account are drunk of it, will, I am sure, find an energy in those words of Moses to Pharaoh, the Egyptians shall loathe to drink of the water of the river, which he never did before." - shall loathe. * :24 Nu 11:20; 21:5 VERSE 19 - stretch. * Ex 8:5,6,16; 9:22,23,33; 10:12,21; 14:21,26 - their pools. Heb. gathering of their waters. * Ge 1:10 VERSE 20 - he lifted. * Ex 17:5,6,9-12 Nu 20:8-12 - all the waters. As the Nile was held sacred by the Egyptians, as well as the animals it contained, to which they annually sacrificed a girl, or as others say, both a boy and girl, God might have designed this plague as a punishment for such idolatry and cruelty; and to shew them the baseness of those elements which they reverenced, and the insufficiency of the gods in which they trusted. All the punishments brought upon them bore a strict analogy to their crimes. * :17,18 Ps 78:44; 105:29 Joh 2:9-11 Re 8:8 VERSE 21 * :18 Re 8:9 The first miracle of Christ turned water into wine, the first plague upon Egypt turned all their water into blood. VERSE 22 - magicians. * :11; 8:7,8 Jer 27:18 2Ti 3:8 - and Pharaoh's. See on ver. * :13 - as the. * :3 VERSE 23 - neither. * Ex 9:21 De 32:46 1Sa 4:20 *marg: * Job 7:17 Ps 62:10 Pr 22:17; 24:32 *marg: * Pr 29:1 Isa 26:11 Jer 5:3; 36:24 Eze 40:4 Am 4:7-12 Hab 1:5 * Mal 2:2 VERSE 24 - for they. * :18-21 VERSE 25 * Ex 8:9,10; 10:23 2Sa 24:13 GOTO NEXT CHAPTER - TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE INDEX

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