|Overview - Exodus 10|
|1||God threatens to send locusts.|
|7||Pharaoh moved by his servants, inclines to let the Israelites go.|
|12||The plague of the locusts.|
|16||Pharaoh entreats Moses.|
|21||The plague of darkness.|
|24||Pharaoh again entreats Moses, but yet is hardened.|
Exodus 10:21 (King James Version)
And the LORD said unto Moses, Stretch out thine hand toward heaven, that there may be darkness over the land of Egypt, even darkness which may be felt.
- As the Egyptians not only worshipped the light and sun, but also paid the same veneration to night and darkness, nothing could be more terrible than this punishment of palpable and coercive darkness, such as their luminary Osiris could not dispel
- See Bryant, pp. 141-160.
- Psalms 35:6 ; 78:49 105:28 Proverbs 4:19 ; Ecclesiastes 2:14 ; 6:4 Isaiah 8:21 Isaiah 8:22
- Matthew 27:45 ; Mark 15:33 ; Luke 23:44 ; 2 Peter 2:4 2 Peter 2:17 ; Jude 1:6 Jude 1:13 ; Revelation 16:10 Revelation 16:11
- even darkness which may be felt
- Hebrew that one may feel