Parallel Bible results for Exodus 9:13-35

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Exodus 9:13-35

NLT 13 Then the LORD said to Moses, "Get up early in the morning. Go to Pharaoh and tell him, 'The LORD, the God of the Hebrews, says: Let my people go, so they can worship me. NIV 13 Then the LORD said to Moses, "Get up early in the morning, confront Pharaoh and say to him, 'This is what the LORD, the God of the Hebrews, says: Let my people go, so that they may worship me, NLT 14 If you don't, I will send a plague that will really speak to you and your officials and all the Egyptian people. I will prove to you that there is no other God like me in all the earth. NIV 14 or this time I will send the full force of my plagues against you and against your officials and your people, so you may know that there is no one like me in all the earth. NLT 15 I could have killed you all by now. I could have attacked you with a plague that would have wiped you from the face of the earth. NIV 15 For by now I could have stretched out my hand and struck you and your people with a plague that would have wiped you off the earth. NLT 16 But I have let you live for this reason -- that you might see my power and that my fame might spread throughout the earth. NIV 16 But I have raised you up for this very purpose, that I might show you my power and that my name might be proclaimed in all the earth. NLT 17 But you are still lording it over my people, and you refuse to let them go. NIV 17 You still set yourself against my people and will not let them go. NLT 18 So tomorrow at this time I will send a hailstorm worse than any in all of Egypt's history. NIV 18 Therefore, at this time tomorrow I will send the worst hailstorm that has ever fallen on Egypt, from the day it was founded till now. NLT 19 Quick! Order your livestock and servants to come in from the fields. Every person or animal left outside will die beneath the hail.'" NIV 19 Give an order now to bring your livestock and everything you have in the field to a place of shelter, because the hail will fall on every man and animal that has not been brought in and is still out in the field, and they will die.' " NLT 20 Some of Pharaoh's officials believed what the LORD said. They immediately brought their livestock and servants in from the fields. NIV 20 Those officials of Pharaoh who feared the word of the LORD hurried to bring their slaves and their livestock inside. NLT 21 But those who had no respect for the word of the LORD left them out in the open. NIV 21 But those who ignored the word of the LORD left their slaves and livestock in the field. NLT 22 Then the LORD said to Moses, "Lift your hand toward the sky, and cause the hail to fall throughout Egypt, on the people, the animals, and the crops." NIV 22 Then the LORD said to Moses, "Stretch out your hand toward the sky so that hail will fall all over Egypt--on men and animals and on everything growing in the fields of Egypt." NLT 23 So Moses lifted his staff toward the sky, and the LORD sent thunder and hail, and lightning struck the earth. The LORD sent a tremendous hailstorm against all the land of Egypt. NIV 23 When Moses stretched out his staff toward the sky, the LORD sent thunder and hail, and lightning flashed down to the ground. So the LORD rained hail on the land of Egypt; NLT 24 Never in all the history of Egypt had there been a storm like that, with such severe hail and continuous lightning. NIV 24 hail fell and lightning flashed back and forth. It was the worst storm in all the land of Egypt since it had become a nation. NLT 25 It left all of Egypt in ruins. Everything left in the fields was destroyed -- people, animals, and crops alike. Even all the trees were destroyed. NIV 25 Throughout Egypt hail struck everything in the fields--both men and animals; it beat down everything growing in the fields and stripped every tree. NLT 26 The only spot in all Egypt without hail that day was the land of Goshen, where the people of Israel lived. NIV 26 The only place it did not hail was the land of Goshen, where the Israelites were. NLT 27 Then Pharaoh urgently sent for Moses and Aaron. "I finally admit my fault," he confessed. "The LORD is right, and my people and I are wrong. NIV 27 Then Pharaoh summoned Moses and Aaron. "This time I have sinned," he said to them. "The LORD is in the right, and I and my people are in the wrong. NLT 28 Please beg the LORD to end this terrifying thunder and hail. I will let you go at once." NIV 28 Pray to the LORD, for we have had enough thunder and hail. I will let you go; you don't have to stay any longer." NLT 29 "All right," Moses replied. "As soon as I leave the city, I will lift my hands and pray to the LORD. Then the thunder and hail will stop. This will prove to you that the earth belongs to the LORD. NIV 29 Moses replied, "When I have gone out of the city, I will spread out my hands in prayer to the LORD. The thunder will stop and there will be no more hail, so you may know that the earth is the LORD's. NLT 30 But as for you and your officials, I know that you still do not fear the LORD God as you should." NIV 30 But I know that you and your officials still do not fear the LORD God." NLT 31 All the flax and barley were destroyed because the barley was ripe and the flax was in bloom. NIV 31 (The flax and barley were destroyed, since the barley had headed and the flax was in bloom. NLT 32 But the wheat and the spelt were not destroyed because they had not yet sprouted from the ground. NIV 32 The wheat and spelt, however, were not destroyed, because they ripen later.) NLT 33 So Moses left Pharaoh and went out of the city. As he lifted his hands to the LORD, all at once the thunder and hail stopped, and the downpour ceased. NIV 33 Then Moses left Pharaoh and went out of the city. He spread out his hands toward the LORD; the thunder and hail stopped, and the rain no longer poured down on the land. NLT 34 When Pharaoh saw this, he and his officials sinned yet again by stubbornly refusing to do as they had promised. NIV 34 When Pharaoh saw that the rain and hail and thunder had stopped, he sinned again: He and his officials hardened their hearts. NLT 35 Pharaoh refused to let the people leave, just as the LORD had predicted. NIV 35 So Pharaoh's heart was hard and he would not let the Israelites go, just as the LORD had said through Moses.