30th. June 2015

IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO NOTE THAT THESE INTERPRETATIONS DO NOT REPLACE THE READING OF THE BIBLE BUT MERELY PLACE VARIOUS MATTERS IN THE CORRECT CONTEXT AND HIGHLIGHT VERY IMPORTANT POINTS!!

MOST IMPORTANTLY, THROUGHOUT THE BIBLE, JEHOVAH GOD ONLY “GIVES” US WHAT WE AS HUMANS “NEED” TO KNOW ABOUT HIM, HIS INTENTIONS, HIS PLANS AND HIS DESIRES!!

CONTINUING WITH THE BOOK OF EXODUS

EXODUS Chapter 10

A very brief interpretation of Chapter 10 will follow:

Verses 1 and 2 specifically state what I mentioned in the previous chapter.

JEHOVAH GOD is warning ALL people FROM THE TIME OF PHARAOH that do not KNOW and ENDURE in DOING HIS EXPLICIT WILLTO THE “END TIMES” to the BEST of THEIR ABILITY what will happen to them.

ALSO TO ALL WHO ACT AGAINST THOSE WHO DO HIS EXPLICIT WILL AND ARE ACCEPTABLE TO HIM!!!

Moses then informed Pharaoh that the next plague would be locusts that would devour all that was left to eat in Egypt.

Eventually the servants of Pharaoh begged him to let the Israelites go as Egypt was basically destroyed.

Pharaoh then agreed; and Moses was told to go with all the Israelites and all their possessions; and to go and serve their GOD.

Even though Pharaoh let them go JEHOVAH GOD knew he had an obstinate heart and commanded Moses to allow the locusts to further destroy anything edible that was still in Egypt.

Then Pharaoh called for Moses and Aaron in haste; and he said, “I haue sinned against the LORD your GOD, and against you”; and he begged Moses to beg the LORD to save their lives and leave Egypt.

Once again, after the locusts were destroyed, Pharaoh became obstinate again as JEHOVAH GOD knew that he was not a good person, and that he truly deserved to die.

JEHOVAH GOD therefore used Pharaoh as an example for ALL people unacceptable to HIM to observe what would happen to them if they did not have a change of heart.

Obeying JEHOVAH GOD again Moses lifted his hand and the whole of Egypt, with the exception of the area that the Israelites lived, became so dark that the people could not even move for three days.

Then Pharaoh pretended to let them go again but said that all their animals should stay but Moses refused saying that the all their animals would go as well.

Once again, after the dark was lifted, Pharaoh hardened his heart again but this time he threatened Moses with death if he were ever to see him again. Moses answered “Thou hast spoken well, I will see thy face againe no more.”

My next Post should cover EXODUS: Chapter 11

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