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Since Joseph died, over four hundred years had passed and the Israelites were now slaves in Egypt.
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The Pharaoh was concerned, as there were around two million Israelites.
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So he gave orders to kill all of the Hebrew male babies.
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One family put their baby in a basket among the rushes, but the Pharaoh’s daughter saw it.
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The Princess named the baby Moses.
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Then unsuspectingly, she employed Moses’ mother, to nurse the child.
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Moses was highly trained in the culture of the Egyptians.
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He was educated to the highest standard.
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At the age of forty, Moses saw a fellow Hebrew being attacked.
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So Moses killed the Egyptian.
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When Moses stopped two Hebrew’s fighting, one of them said;
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“Do you intend to kill me also?”
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The Pharaoh sought to kill Moses, so he escaped to the desert.
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One day Moses defended some girls, who were being bullied at a well.
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The father gave Moses a job as a shepherd, and eventually, Moses married one of his daughters.
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Forty years later, Moses saw a bush on fire, but it didn’t burn!
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“I have come down to set my people free, from their suffering in Egypt. “ God said.
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“I will send you to the Pharaoh, to set my people free. Moses! Throw down your rod.”
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When Moses did, it became a snake.
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Then God gave Moses another sign, He healed him from leprosy.
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Because Moses stuttered God said, “Your brother Aaron will speak for you.”
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At eighty years of age, Moses took his wife and their two sons to Egypt.
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When Moses met Aaron, he told him everything.
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Aaron told the Israelite slaves, what God had said to his brother.
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Then Moses and Aaron went to the Pharaoh, “O’ Pharaoh, the Lord God of Israel says, let my people go.”
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When Aaron threw down the rod it became a snake, but the Pharaoh’s magicians did the same, and Aaron’s snake swallowed their snakes.
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However the Pharaoh’s heart was hardened and he wouldn’t let the people go.
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So Moses turned all of the water into blood, but the magicians did the same.
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Then God sent frogs, but the magicians did the same.
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So God sent a plague of lice, when the magicians could not do the same, they said, “This must be the finger of God.” Next, God sent flies.
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But the Pharaoh hardened his heart and wouldn’t let the people go.
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So God sent a disease upon all the animals and then hail and thunder, followed by a swarm of locusts, and darkness fell for three days, the Pharaoh said to Moses.
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“If I see your face again, you will die!” God said;
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“I will bring one more plague upon the Pharaoh and after that he will let my people go.”
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“At midnight, the angel of death will kill the firstborn in every family.”
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But if each family puts the blood of a lamb around the doorpost, the angel of death will P-a-s-s-o-v-e-r.
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That evening, the Hebrew families ate the Passover lamb.
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At midnight, the first born in every family died, except, where the death angel, passed over.
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The Pharaoh said, “Go! Or we will all be killed.”
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So it was that the children of Israel left Egypt.