7 But the descendants of Israel were fruitful and increased abundantly; they multiplied and grew exceedingly strong, and the land was full of them. a. 11 So they set over [the Israelites] taskmasters to afflict and oppress them with [increased] burdens. 22 Then Pharaoh charged all his people, saying, Every son born [to the Hebrews] you shall cast into the river [Nile], but every daughter you shall allow to live. The identity of this pharaoh is uncertain. 16 When you act as midwives to the Hebrew women and see them on the birthstool, if it is a son, you shall kill him; but if it is a daughter, she shall live. 22 “If a man steals an ox or sheep and kills or sells it, he shall make restitution of five oxen for an ox or four sheep for a sheep. 20 So God dealt well with the midwives and the people multiplied and became very strong. 12 But the more the Egyptians oppressed them, the more they multiplied and expanded, so that the Egyptians dreaded and were exasperated by the Israelites. 22 Then Pharaoh commanded all his people, r “Every son that is born to the Hebrews 1 you shall cast into s the Nile, but you shall let every daughter live.” The Birth of Moses. Exodus 1:9 This is the first record of the descendants of Israel (Jacob) being regarded as a separate nation (also see Gen 34:7 and note). is acknowledged, as most conservative scholars hold, then this pharaoh is likely Thutmose I (1525-1512 b.c. ). And the sons of Israel built Pithom and Raamses as storage cities for Pharaoh. For this update to the Amplified Bible (AMP), the goal of the translation team was to enhance the appeal of the Amplified Bible by refreshing the English and refining the amplifications for relevance and clarity. 9 He said to his people, Behold, the Israelites are too many and too mighty for us [and they [a]outnumber us both in people and in strength]. Amplified® Bible. The Israelites Oppressed - These are the names of the sons of Israel who went to Egypt with Jacob, each with his family: Reuben, … All their labor was harsh and severe. 22 Then [g]Pharaoh commanded all his people, saying, “Every son who is born [to the Hebrews] must be thrown into the Nile, but every daughter you shall keep alive.”. The marvel of the exodus grows in wonder when, after more than 3,000 years, we see that same race, often persecuted almost to extinction, carrying out in startling detail God’s predictions for their amazing national revitalization and prominence “in the last days” (adapted from many historians). 10 “Come, let us deal shrewdly with them, so that they will not multiply and in the event of war, join our enemies, and fight against us and escape from the land.” 11 So they set … 22 Then Pharaoh charged all his people, saying, Every son born [to the Hebrews] you shall cast into the river [Nile], but every daughter you shall allow to live. 9 He said to his people, “Behold, the people of the sons of Israel are too many and too mighty for us [they greatly outnumber us]. Chapter 9 … 3 But if the sun has risen, there will be bloodguilt for him. 6 Then Joseph died, and all his brothers and all that generation, 7 but the [a]Israelites were prolific and increased greatly; [b]they multiplied and became extremely strong, so that the land was filled with them. 1Now one of the wives of a man of the [ a]sons of the prophets cried out to Elisha [for help], saying “Your servant my husband is dead, and you know that your servant [reverently] feared the Lord; but the creditor is coming to take my two sons to be his slaves [in payment for a loan].” 2 Elisha said to her, “What shall I do for you? 18 Now Jethro [Reuel], the priest of Midian, Moses’ father-in-law, heard of all that God had done for Moses and for Israel His people, and that the Lord had brought Israel out of Egypt. 2 “If a thief is caught breaking in [after dark] and is struck [by the owner] so that he dies, there shall be no bloodguilt for him. Amplified Bible (AMP). The thief [if he lives] must make [full] restitution; if he has nothing, then he shall be sold [as a slave to make … A family of 70 immigrants grows into a people of slavery. The political attitude toward the Israelites living in Egypt changed from friendly and welcoming to suspicious and hostile, and Israel’s struggle for existence led to one of the most dramatic and memorable interventions that God would make in human history. 17 But the midwives feared God and did not do as the king of Egypt commanded, but let the male babies live. 6 Now Joseph and all his brothers and all that generation died, 7 but the Israelites were exceedingly fruitful; they … 21 And because the midwives feared God [with profound reverence], [f]He established families and households for them. 3 “You shall have no other gods before Me. 5 The descendants of Jacob numbered seventy[ a] in all; Joseph was already in Egypt. 8 Now a new king arose over Egypt, who did not know Joseph [nor the history of his accomplishments]. 5 All the descendants of Jacob were seventy people; Joseph was [already] in Egypt. 3 Tell all the congregation of Israel, On the tenth day of this month they shall take every man a lamb or kid, according to [the size of] the family of which he is the father, a lamb or kid for each house. 15 Then the king of Egypt said to the Hebrew midwives, one of whom was named Shiphrah (beauty) and the other named Puah (splendor), 16 “When you act as midwives to the Hebrew women and see them on the birthstool, if it is a son, you shall kill him; but if it is a daughter, she shall live.” 17 But the midwives feared God [with profound reverence] and did not do as the king of Egypt commanded, but they let the boy babies live.
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