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5 Bible Verses about Exodus

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Exodus 1:10

Come on, let's be careful how we treat them, so that when they grow numerous, if a war breaks out they won't join our enemies, fight against us, and leave our land."

Jeremiah 51:50

Go, you who escaped the sword! Don't stand around! Remember the LORD from far away, and let Jerusalem come to your mind.

Hebrews 11:22

By faith Joseph, when his end was near, spoke about the exodus of the Israelis and gave them instructions about burying his bones.

Luke 9:31

They had a glorified appearance, and were discussing Jesus' departure that he would shortly bring about in Jerusalem.

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Exodus » Of early tribes

Genesis 11:2

As people migrated westward, they came across a plain in the region of Shinar and settled there.

Israel » Exodus » Number of

Genesis 47:27

Israel remained in Egypt's Goshen territory, acquired land there, became prosperous, and his descendants grew very numerous.

Exodus 12:37-38

About 600,000 Israeli men traveled from Rameses to Succoth on foot, not counting children. A mixed multitude also went up with them, along with a very large number of livestock, including sheep and cattle.

Exodus 1:7-20

But the Israelis were fruitful and increased abundantly. They multiplied in numbers and became very, very strong. As a result, the land was filled with them. Eventually a new king who was unacquainted with Joseph came to power in Egypt. He told his people, "Look, the Israeli people are more numerous and more powerful than we are. read more.
Come on, let's be careful how we treat them, so that when they grow numerous, if a war breaks out they won't join our enemies, fight against us, and leave our land." So the Egyptians placed supervisors over them, oppressing them with heavy burdens. The Israelis built the supply cities of Pithom and Rameses for Pharaoh. But the more the Egyptians afflicted the Israelis, the more they multiplied and flourished, so that the Egyptians became terrified of the Israelis. The Egyptians ruthlessly forced the Israelis to serve them, making their lives bitter through hard labor with mortar, bricks, and all kinds of outdoor labor. They ruthlessly imposed all this work on them. Later, the king of Egypt spoke to the Hebrew midwives, one of whom was named Shiphrah and the other Puah. "When you help the Hebrew women give birth," he said, "watch them as they deliver. If it's a son, kill him; but if it's a daughter, let her live." But the midwives feared God and didn't do what the king of Egypt told them. Instead, they let the boys live. When the king of Egypt called for the midwives, he asked them, "Why have you done this and allowed the boys to live?" "Hebrew women aren't like Egyptian women," the midwives replied to Pharaoh. "They're so healthy that they give birth before the midwives arrive to help them." God was pleased with the midwives, and the people multiplied and became very strong.

Psalm 105:24

He caused his people to multiply greatly; and be more numerous than their enemies.

Acts 7:17

"Now as the time approached for the fulfillment of the promise that God had made to Abraham, the people's population increased a great deal in Egypt.

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Camping During The Exodus


Then Moses responded, "Please don't leave us now, since you know where we can camp in the wilderness. You could be our guide.

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