"Pharaoh had at least ten chances to avoid the plagues of Egypt, but he refused to bow to the One True God. Pharaoh’s hardness of heart brings us to the final plague of Egypt, the death of the firstborns. God made a promise to the people of Israel that He would free them from the land of Egypt. God always keeps His promises. All of the firstborns of
Egypt did not have to die, Pharaoh could have chosen to lift the bondage of Israel and the plagues would have stopped. It was the collective decisions of Pharaoh that caused the crushed hearts of Egypt, not God. Eventually Pharaoh and his army would leave Egypt to pursue the Israelites after their exit, in an attempt to kill them. Pharaoh himself
would die in this battle against God and His people. Rebellion against the God of the universe is always a non-starter.
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