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Oct 29, 2019

[Answer] What punishment did the Israelites endure after Moses spoke to Pharaoh the first time?

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...1. They had to make bricks without straw being provided 2. They had to produce twice as many bricks as before 3. They had to work all through the night without rest 4. They couldn’t attend religious services anymore




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They had to make bricks without straw being provided - For 400 years the Israelite people were enslaved in Egypt. They worked making bricks for Pharaoh’s pyramids. Then God sent Moses to demand that the Pharaoh, “Let my people go!” Pharaoh all but rolled his eyes at Moses. “Who is the Lord, that I should obey his voice and let Israel go?” he mocked. And instead of freeing any slaves, he worked harder to make their lives miserable. That very day, he commanded his taskmasters to stop providing straw for the slaves. From now on, they would have to go out and gather their own straw. But they would still be required to produce the same amount of bricks as they had been making before. The downtrodden Israelites complained bitterly to Moses, a theme that would repeat itself throughout the exodus. Despite the Israelites' unbelief, God was at work behind the scenes to fulfill His promise of freedom. :


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