Tenth Plague: Death of the Firstborn (Exodus 11:1-10; 12:29-36)
In this passage, the Lord warns against boasting in one's wisdom, strength, or wealth, as these worldly attributes are not what truly matter in the eyes of God. Instead, God desires that individuals take pride in their knowledge and understanding of Him, recognizing His just and righteous...
The text contains crucial teachings on marriage, emphasizing the love and mutual submission that should characterize the relationship between a husband and wife while drawing a parallel to the relationship between Christ and the Church. The passage begins by calling believers to submit to one...
The sixth plague caused festering boils to appear on people and livestock throughout Egypt.
Abdon was the eleventh Judge of Israel, the son of Hillel. He had very numerous offspring who rode on seventy donkeys.
The fifth plague affected livestock with pestilence. In this plague was a visible difference between the livestock of people Israel and the people of Egypt.
Judge Elon served as a judge of Israel for ten years. He was a member of the tribe of Zebulun.
In the fourth plague, the Lord sent flies on Pharaoh and his people.
Ibzan is the ninth judge of Israel. He was from Bethlehem and had very numerous offspring. He ruled over Israel for seven years.