Outline—Exodus 10

  1. God’s purpose: signs for Egypt and Israel (vv. 1–2)
  2. A plain warning (vv. 3–6)
  3. Pharoah’s half-hearted offer (vv. 7–11)
  4. Execution of the plague of locusts (vv. 12–15)
  5. Pharoah’s false repentence (vv. 16–20)
  6. Darkness comes over the land (vv. 21–23)
  7. Pharoah tries another deal (vv. 24–29)

Pharoah’s “deals” (Exodus 8 and 10)

  1. You can sacrifice if you stay inside Egypt (v. 8:25)
  2. You can go to the wilderness, but not very far (v. 8:28)
  3. You can go wherever you want, but only the men (v. 10:11)
  4. Men, women, and children can go, but leave all your valuables behind (v. 10:24)

Related Scripture

  • Joel 1:1–3, 2:3

Related Reading

  • Saul D. Alinsky, Rules for Radicals: A Pragmatic Primer for Realistic Radicals

Take Home Points

  • The world is always trying to make a deal and never gives up!
  • We are to go and serve the Lord, not make a deal with the worldly.

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