Gilbert House Fellowship #23: Exodus 6-10

seventh_plagueTHIS WEEK we encounter a man who may be the most stubborn person in all of history, the pharaoh of the Exodus. Despite plagues of terrifying proportions and horrific consequences, Pharaoh refused to allow the Hebrews to leave, just as God knew he would.

But that was exactly why God raised Pharaoh to power — so that His name would be proclaimed in all the Earth (Exodus 9:16).

We also discuss an ancient Egyptian text, “The Admonition of Ipuwer”, which seems to parallel the state of affairs in Egypt during the time leading up to the Exodus.

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3 Responses to Gilbert House Fellowship #23: Exodus 6-10

  1. Trudi Gummelt

    Hi Gilberts! Can you please spell out “the nine” that Sharon mentioned?

    • Hi, Trudy: Thanks for asking! This study was six years ago, so please refresh our memory: Was this in the context of Egyptian gods?

      • Trudi Gummelt

        Yes! And I actually found it online. I’m so fascinated by information about the spiritual realm . So much of what we’ve (me included) labeled as innocuous, harmless imagination is anything but!

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