Egypt Storyboard

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  • Follow me to Egypt where there is grain!
  • Please, free the Israelites from slavery!
  • NO! I will not!
  • God spare me from these plagues!
  • Canaan suffered famine, so Jacob made a covenant between himself and the Israelites. He had ethical beliefs, so he thought it was a good idea to lead the Israelites to Egypt where there was grain. The Israelites were then captured and taken into slavery by the Pharaoh. The Pharaoh was mistrustful of them because they practiced monotheism.
  • Mount Sinai is this way!
  • Moses grew up in the Egyptian palace, and had ethical beliefs like Jacob. He tried to make a covenant with the Pharaoh to free the Israelites from slavery. The Pharaoh refused to let his people go.
  • God's gift to you, the Israelites!
  • After the Pharaoh refused to free the Israelites, God put many plagues over Egypt. One of them was the death of every first born son, another was the plague of Locusts, another was the plague of darkness and then the Israelites were spared by God with Passover.
  • God has given this victory to us!
  • After the Pharaoh freed the Israelites, Moses and the Israelites crossed the Red Sea and went to Mount Sinai. This is where God made his covenant with Moses. Mount Sinai was God's holy mountain.
  • When Moses reached the top of Mount Sinai, God confirmed his covenant to Israel by giving Moses the Ten Commandments. These were laws on how to behave towards God and each other.
  • Moses and the Israelites later took over Canaan and captured many kingdoms starting with the defeat over Jericho. Each of Jacob's sons settled in different places. The covenant was followed by the Israelites believing in monotheism and trying to live a holy and ethical life.
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