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There's a subtle shift in how the narrative refers to Pharaoh and the army part way through the account. We can see the first method in the first question: Q: Does the Pharaoh actually leave with the army to chase the Israelites? A: Yes Exodus 14:7 So he made ready his chariot and took his army with him, (ESV) The Pharaoh is spoken of directly. Prior ...


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In Ex 14:10 we read: And when Pharaoh drew near, the children of Israel lifted their eyes, and behold, the Egyptians marched after them. So they were very afraid, and the children of Israel cried out to the LORD. (Exo 14:10 NKJ) So we must conclude that Pharaoh set off with his army. In the Exodus account there is no record of Pharaoh staying ...


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The Amalekites represent the forces of evil in the world. This explains why they must be fought in each generation. It also explains the ferocity of the hatred shown to the Amalekites in the Bible. In the Book of Esther, for instance, we learn that Haman was a direct descendant of Agag, King of the Amalekites. This same Haman was plotting the destruction of ...



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