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Exodus 10-12

Chapter 10- Moses and Aaron threaten the Egyptians with a swarm of locusts that will eat all the crops that are left after the hail storm. Pharaoh’s servants encourage him to let the Hebrews go offer their sacrifices; Pharaoh says … Continue reading

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Exodus 7-9

Chapter 7- God commands Moses and Aaron to tell Pharaoh to let the Hebrews go. God also says he will harden Pharaoh’s heart, so that Moses and Aaron will have to perform signs that prove to the Egyptians that their … Continue reading

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Genesis 43-45

I had a moment the other day, were I sat down to do my bible reading *again* and realized that I’ve only been at this for 2 weeks. I still have 350-ish days to go! It sounds obvious that reading … Continue reading

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Genesis 41-42

Chapter 41- 2 years after the close of chapter 40, Pharaoh has some dreams. He dreams of skinny cows devouring fat cows and sickly heads of grain devouring plump, healthy grain. He calls all the magicians and wise men in … Continue reading

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Genesis 38-40

Happy Cinco de Mayo! I may or may not be on my 4th margarita of the evening– you can decide after you read today’s post. Chapter 38- Judah departs from the family and marries a Canaanite woman maned Shua. She … Continue reading

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Genesis 32-34

I’ve started getting a couple hits on this blog from search engines- people searching for things like, “Esau’s good attitude in Genesis” and, “Why would Abraham ask Sarah to tell Pharaoh she’s his sister?” I’m glad to see other people … Continue reading

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Genesis 30-31

I would like to preface today’s commentary about Genesis with a verse from the New Testament. 1 Corinthians 14:33a “For God is not the author of confusion…” That means one of two things: either 1 Cor 14:33 is wrong, or … Continue reading

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