Exodus Chapter 12

This is the beginning of the Hebrew calendar as far as we know for certain. But it probably existed from the very beginning. The first month is given the name Abib (Ex. 13:4), which means “spring” or “a young ear of grain.” It overlaps with the modern months of March and April. Most of the months in Scripture did not have names. They are only numbered except for the first one. This changes after they leave Babylon. They adopted the names of the months from the Babylonians who named the months after their gods.

Exodus Chapter 11

This is the beginning of the Hebrew calendar as far as we know for certain. But it probably existed from the very beginning. The first month is given the name Abib (Ex. 13:4), which means “spring” or “a young ear of grain.” It overlaps with the modern months of March and April. Most of the months in Scripture did not have names. They are only numbered except for the first one. This changes after they leave Babylon. They adopted the names of the months from the Babylonians who named the months after their gods.

Exodus Chapter 8

Keep in mind that these plagues were an attack on the false gods of Egypt (Ex. 12:12, Num. 33:4). As this verse points out, Pharaoh would not allow the people to serve Elohim. The true conflict is between Pharaoh and his false gods opposing the worship of Elohim.

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