Pharaoh got up that night, he and all his servants and everyone else in Egypt - what wild wailing and lament in Egypt! There wasn't a house in which someone wasn't dead.
Pharaoh called in Moses and Aaron that very night and said, "Get out of here and be done with you - you and your Israelites! Go worship God on your own terms.
And yes, take your sheep and cattle as you've insisted, but go. And bless me."
The Egyptians couldn't wait to get rid of them; they pushed them to hurry up, saying, "We're all as good as dead."
The people grabbed their bread dough before it had risen, bundled their bread bowls in their cloaks and threw them over their shoulders.
The Israelites had already done what Moses had told them; they had asked the Egyptians for silver and gold things and clothing.
God saw to it that the Egyptians liked the people and so readily gave them what they asked for. Oh yes! They picked those Egyptians clean.
The Israelites moved on from Rameses to Succoth, about 600,000 on foot, besides their dependents.
There was also a crowd of riffraff tagging along, not to mention the large flocks and herds of livestock.
They baked unraised cakes with the bread dough they had brought out of Egypt; it hadn't raised - they'd been rushed out of Egypt and hadn't time to fix food for the journey. The Passover
The Israelites had lived in Egypt 430 years.
At the end of the 430 years, to the very day, God's entire army left Egypt.