And yet for this I raised thee up in order to cause thee to see my strength; and for the sake of declaring my name in all the earth.
For the writing says to Pharaoh, That for this same have I raised thee up, so that I might show in thee my power, and so that my name might be announced in all the earth.
They shall be ashamed and terrified, even to forever; and they shall be put to shame and perish.
And I, behold me binding fast the heart of the Egyptians, and they shall go after them: and I will be honored in Pharaoh, and upon all his army, and in his chariots, and in his horsemen.
And I bound fast Pharaoh's heart, and he pursued after them; and I will be honored in Pharaoh and all his army; and the Egyptians shall know that I am Jehovah. And they will do so.
Who like thee among the gods, O Jehovah? who like thee magnified in in holiness, wonderful in praise, doing a wonder?
Now I knew that Jehovah is great above all gods; for in the word they acted proudly over them.
For we heard that Jehovah dried up the water of the sea of sedge from before you, in your coming out of Egpyt; and what ye did to the two kings of the Amorites that were upon the other side of Jordan, to Sihon and to Og, whom ye destroyed them.
Wo to us! who shall deliver us from the hand of these mighty gods? these those gods smiting Egypt with every blow in the desert
And all men shall fear, and they shall announce the work of God: and they shall look at his doing.
To him striking Egypt in their first-born: for his mercy is forever.
Leading by the right hand of Moses, the arm of his glory dividing the waters from before them to make to him an eternal name.
For from the rising of the sun and even to its going down, great my name among the nations; and in every place incense being brought to my name, and a clean gift: for great my name among the nations, said Jehovah of armies.
And cursed he deceiving, and there is in his flock a male, and he vowed and sacrificed a corrupt thing to Jehovah: for I am a great king, said Jehovah of armies, and my name terrible among the nations.
And if God, willing anger to be shown, and his power to be made known, endured in much long suffering the vessels of anger put in proper order for destruction:
And a stone of stumble, and rock of offence, they disbelieving the word stumble: to which also they were set.
For this is grace, if any by consciousness of God bear grief, suffering unjustly.
For certain men entered in by stealth, long ago written of beforehand for judgment, irreligious, having changed the grace of our God into licentiousness, and denying the only Lord God, and our Lord Jesus Christ.