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IBS|The Resurrection and the Passover |The Ten Plaques of Egypt

Updated: Jun 21, 2023

Plagues of Egypt Exodus 7-11

Which plague is associated with Passover? Answer the question below.

Ten Egyptian Plagues Means Completely Plagued. Just as the "Ten Commandments" become symbolic of the fullness of the moral law of the Most High, the ten ancient plagues of Egypt represent the fullness of His expression of justice and judgments, upon those who refuse to repent.

The Ten Plagues of Egypt- Interactive Bible Study- Buttafleye

Scenes from Exodus, the death of the firstborn including Pharaoh's son; the Israelites leaving Egypt.

The Plagues of Egypt, in the account of the book of Exodus, are ten disasters inflicted on Biblical Egypt by the Most High of Israel in order to convince the Pharaoh to emancipate the enslaved Israelites, each of them confronting Pharaoh and one of his Egyptian gods; they serve as "signs and marvels" given by the Most High to answer Pharaoh's taunt that he does not know Yahweh (YHWH): "The Egyptians shall know that I am the Most High". The First Plague: Water Is Changed into Blood

1. Turning water to blood: Ex. 7:14–24 This is what the Most High says: By this, you will know that I am the Most High: With the staff that is in my hands I will strike the water of the Nile, and it will be changed into blood. The fish in the Nile will die, the river will stink and the Egyptians will not be able to drink its water. — Exodus 7:17–18

2. Frogs: Ex. 7:25–8:11/15 This is what the great Most High says: Let my people go, so that they may worship me. If you refuse to let them go, I will plague your whole country with frogs. The Nile will teem with frogs. They will come up into your palace and your bedroom and onto your bed, into the houses of your officials and on your people, and into your ovens and kneading troughs. The frogs will go up on you and your people and all your officials. — Exodus 8:1–4

3. Lice or gnats: Ex. 8:12–15/8:16–19 "And the Most High said [...] Stretch out thy rod, and smite the dust of the land, that it may become lice throughout all the land of Egypt." […] When Aaron stretched out his hand with the rod and struck the dust of the ground, lice came upon men and animals. All the dust throughout the land of Egypt became lice. — Exodus 8:16–17

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4. Wild animals or flies: Ex. 8:16–28/8:20–32 The fourth plague of Egypt was of creatures capable of harming people and livestock. The Torah emphasizes that the ‘arob (עָרוֹב "mixture" or "swarm") only came against the Egyptians and did not affect the Israelites. Pharaoh asked Moses to remove this plague and promised to grant the Israelites their freedom. However, after the plague was gone, Pharaoh hardened his heart and refused to keep his promise. Various sources use either "wild animals" or "flies".

5. Pestilence of livestock: Ex. 9:1–7 This is what the Most High, the God of the Hebrews, says: Let my people go, so that they may worship me. If you refuse to let them go and continue to hold them back, the hand of the Most High will bring a terrible plague on your livestock in the field—on your horses and donkeys and camels and on your cattle and sheep and goats. — Exodus 9:1–3

6. Boils: Ex. 9:8-12 Then the Most High said to Moses and Aaron, "Take handfuls of soot from a furnace and have Moses toss it into the air in the presence of Pharaoh. It will become fine dust over the whole land of Egypt, and festering boils will break out on men and animals throughout the land." — Exodus 9:8–9

7. Thunderstorm of hail and fire: Ex. 9:13–35 This is what the Most High, the God of the Hebrews, says: Let my people go, so that they may worship me, or this time I will send the full force of my plagues against you and against your officials and your people, so you may know that there is no one like me in all the earth. For by now I could have stretched out my hand and struck you and your people with a plague that would have wiped you off the earth. But I have raised you up for this very purpose, that I might show you my power and that my name might be proclaimed in all the earth. You still set yourself against my people and will not let them go. Therefore, at this time tomorrow, I will send the worst hailstorm that has ever fallen on Egypt, from the day it was founded till now. Give an order now to bring your livestock and everything you have in the field to a place of shelter, because the hail will fall on every man and animal that has not been brought in and is still out in the field, and they will die. […] The Most High sent thunder and hail, and lightning flashed down to the ground. So the Most High rained hail on the land of Egypt; hail fell and lightning flashed back and forth. It was the worst storm in all the land of Egypt since it had become a nation. — Exodus 9:13–24

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8. Locusts: Ex. 10:1–20 This is what the Most High, the God of the Hebrews, says: 'How long will you refuse to humble yourself before me? Let my people go, so that they may worship me. If you refuse to let them go, I will bring locusts into your country tomorrow. They will cover the face of the ground so that it cannot be seen. They will devour what little you have left after the hail, including every tree that is growing in your fields. They will fill your houses and those of all your officials and all the Egyptians—something neither your fathers nor your forefathers have ever seen from the day they settled in this land till now. — Exodus 10:3–6

9. Darkness for three days: Ex. 10:21–29 Spanish 15th century, Massacre of the Firstborn and Egyptian Darkness, c. 1490, hand-colored woodcut, National Gallery of Art, Washington, Rosenwald Collection, 1943.3.716 Then the LORD said to Moses, "Stretch out your hand toward the sky so that darkness will spread over Egypt—darkness that can be felt." So Moses stretched out his hand toward the sky, and total darkness covered all Egypt for three days. No one could see anyone else or leave his place for three days. — Exodus 10:21–23

10. Death of firstborn son: Ex. 11:1–12:36 This is what the Most High says: "About midnight I will go throughout Egypt. Every firstborn son in Egypt will die, from the firstborn son of Pharaoh, who sits on the throne, to the firstborn of the slave girl, who is at her hand mill, and all the firstborn of the cattle as well. There will be loud wailing throughout Egypt—worse than there has ever been or ever will be again."

— Exodus 11:4–6 Before this final plague, Most High commands Moses to tell the Israelites to mark a lamb's blood above their doors in order that the Angel of Death will pass over them (i.e., that they will not be touched by the death of the firstborn). Pharaoh orders the Israelites to leave, taking whatever they want, and asks Moses to bless him in the name of the Most High. The passage goes on to state that the Passover sacrifice recalls the time when the Most High "passed over the houses of the Israelites in Egypt" Which plague is associated with Passover?

The tenth plague killed the firstborn child in every household. To save their own children, the Israelites were to mark the doors of their homes with lamb's blood.

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Leviticus 23 describes the Sabbath together with seven feasts, namely the Feast of Passover, the Feast of Unleavened Bread, the Feast of Firstfruits, the Feast of the Harvest, the Feast of Trumpets, the Day of Atonement, and the Feast of Tabernacles.

Which plague is associated with Passover? Answer the question below.


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Jazzy Cool
Jazzy Cool
Jun 07, 2023

The plague associated with the Passover was the death of the firstborn in Egypt.


Dr. Mar'Jae
Dr. Mar'Jae
Apr 11, 2023

The Ten Plagues are the disasters Yah (God) sent the Egyptians when Pharaoh refused to let the Hebrews go free. The plagues, which are recorded in the book of Exodus, are a demonstration of the Most High's power over not only Pharaoh but also over the gods of Egypt.

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