The murrain of beasts.
Exodus 9:1 And the Lorde sayde vnto Moses, goo vnto Pharao and tell him, thus sayeth the Lorde God of the Ebrues: sende out my people that they maye serue me. Exodus 9:2 Yf thou wilt not let them goo but wilt holde them styll: Exodus 9:3 beholde, the hande of the Lorde shalbe apo thy catell which thou hast in the feld apon horses asses, camels, oxen, and shepe, with a mightye great morrayne. Exodus 9:4 But the Lorde shall make a deuysion betwene the beestes of the Israhelites, ad the beestes of the Egiptias: so that there shal nothing dye of all that perteyneth to the children of Israel. Exodus 9:5 And the Lorde appoynted a tyme saynge: tomorow the Lorde shall do this thinge in the londe. Exodus 9:6 And the Lorde dyd the thinge on the morow, and all the catell of Egipte dyed: but of the catell of the childern of Israel dyed not one. Exodus 9:7 And Pharao sent to wete: but ther was not one of the catell of the Israhelites dead. Notwithstondinge the hert of Pharao hardened, and he wolde not let the people goo.
The plague of boils and blains.
Exodus 9:8 And the Lorde sayde vnto Moses and Aaron: take youre handes full of asshes out of the fornace, and let Moses sprynkel it vp in to the ayre in the syghte of Pharao, Exodus 9:9 and it shall turne to dust in all the londe of Egipte, and shal make swellynge soores with blaynes both on ma and beest in all the londe of Egipte. Exodus 9:10 And they toke asshes out of the fornace, and stode before Pharao, ad Moses sprynkeld it vp in to the ayre: And there brake out soores with blaynes both in ma and beest: Exodus 9:11 so that the sorcerers coude not stonde before Moses, by the reason of botches on the enchaunters and apon all the Egiptians, Exodus 9:12 But the Lorde hardened the herte of Pharao, that he herkened not vnto them, as the Lorde had sayde vnto Moses.
The message about the hail.
Exodus 9:13 And the Lorde sayde vnto Moses: ryse vp early in the mornynge and stonde before Pharao and tell him, thus sayth the Lorde God of the Ebrues: Let my people goo, that they may serue me, Exodus 9:14 or els I will at this tyme sende all my plages apon thine herte and apon thy servauntes and on thy people, that thou mayst knowe that there is none lyke me in all the erth. Exodus 9:15 For now I will stretch out my hande and will smyte the and thy people with pestilence: so that thou shalt perisshe from the erth. Exodus 9:16 Yet in very dede for this cause haue I sterred the vpp, for to shewe my power in the, and to declare my name thorow out all the worlde. Exodus 9:17 Yf it be so that thou stoppest my people, that thou wilt not let them goo: Exodus 9:18 beholde, tomorow this tyme I will send doune a mightie great hayle: eue soch one as was not in Egipte sence it was grounded vnto this tyme. Exodus 9:19 Sende therfore and fet home thy beestes and al that thou hast in the felde, For apon all the men and beestes which are founde in the felde ad not broughte home, shall the hayle fall, ad they shall dye Exodus 9:20 And as many as feared the worde of the Lorde among the servauntes of Pharao made their servauntes ad their beestes flee to house: Exodus 9:21 and they that regarded not the worde of the Lorde, left their servauntes and their beestes in the felde.
The plague of hail.
Exodus 9:22 And the Lorde sayde vnto Moses: stretche forth thine hande vnto heauen, that there may be hayle in all the lande of Egipte: apo ma ad beest, ad apo all the herbes of the felde in the feld of Egipte. Exodus 9:23 And Moses stretched out his rodd vnto heauen, and the Lorde thondered and hayled so that the fyre ran a longe vppon the grounde. And the Lorde so hayled in the lode of Egipte, Exodus 9:24 that there was hayle ad fyre megled with the hayle, so greuous, that there was none soch in all the londe of Egipte, sence people inhabited it. Exodus 9:25 And the hayle smote in the londe of Egipte all that was in the felde: both man and beest And the hayle smote all the herbes of the feld and broke all the trees of the felde: Exodus 9:26 only in the lande of Gosan where the childern of Israell were, was there no hayle.
Pharaoh sueth to Moses,
Exodus 9:27 And Pharao sent ad called for Moses and Aaron, and sayde vnto the: I haue now synned, the Lorde is rightwes and I and my people are weked. Exodus 9:28 Praye ye vnto the Lorde, that the thonder of God and hayle maye cease, and I will let you goo, and ye shall tarie no longer. Exodus 9:29 And Moses sayde vnto him: assoone as I am out of the citie, I will sprede abrode my handes vnto the Lorde, and the thunder shall ceasse, nether shall there be any moare hayle: that thou mayst knowe, howe that the erth ys the Lordes, Exodus 9:30 But I knowe that thou and thy servauntes yet feare not the Lord God. Exodus 9:31 The flaxe ad the barly were smytte, for the barly was shott vp ad the flaxe was boulled: Exodus 9:32 but the whete and the rye were not smeten, for they were late sowne. Exodus 9:33 And Moses went out of the citie fro Pharao ad sprede abrode his handes vnto the Lorde, and the thunder and hayle ceased, nether rayned it any moare vppon the erth. Exodus 9:34 whe Pharao sawe that the rayne and the hayle and thunder were ceased, he synned agayn ad hardened his herte: both he and his servauntes.
but yet is hardened.
Exodus 9:35 So was the herte of Pharao hardened, that he wolde not let the childern of Israel goo, as the Lord had sayde by Moses.