Updated: 11/6/2018
This storyboard was created with StoryboardThat.com

Storyboard Text

  • Exodus 1: 11-14: Trouble for the People of Israel
  • During this time, the Egyptian race brutally enforced all Israel and Hebrew people to work as slaves to establish the cities Pithom and Rameses for the king.
  • Keep walking you filthy Hebrew slaves! You work of the King of Egypt!
  • Please sir grant mercy upon us! 
  • These cities played as supply centers in which the Egyptians stored necessities such as laboured supplies (wood, sand etc). The Egyptians consistently forced the Israelites to work even harder each progressing day.
  • Continue to bring supplies up the hill, the king orders that 700 more bags of sand to be brought up here ASAP
  • Sir that is twice as much as yesterday! When will we be free? 
  • Oh No!
  • The egytions have observed that the amount of work has resulted in an increase in Israeli people. This increase caused the king great fear causing him to take larger action!
  • Dear king, it has been reported that the population of Israelis have increased in the village!
  • WHAT! This is absurd! I command the slaves to make 500 more rounds to the local oasis and back carrying 5 gallons of fresh supplies! I will act on this greif shortly 
  • The Egyptians made life hard for the Israelites. They forced the Israelites to work very hard making bricks and mortar.
  • Whack!
  • The king have commanded you make 500 rounds to the oasis, no stopping! All those who stop will be punished immensely!
  • It has been 15 long hours, no food, no sleep, lord have mercy on us, forgive us of all our sins! 
  • This constant act of labour and slavery caused many Israeli great depression and agony, often resulting to some dying. This soon would aid in lowering the Israeli Population
  • Oh No! My poor friend Mark! May you forever rest in peace
  • The Egyptians were not merciful to them in all their hard work.
  • Lord help us! We cannot do this anymore! We have been working through these ruthless conditions for far too long
Over 14 Million Storyboards Created
Storyboard That Family