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Egypt


1. Peopled by Mizraim’s posterity. Ge 10:6,13,14.

2. Boundaries of. Eze 29:10.

3. Dry climate of. De 11:10,11.

4. Watered by the Nile. Ge 41:1-3; Ex 1:22.

5. Inundations of, alluded to. Am 8:8.

6. Subject to plague, &c. De 7:15; 28:27,60.

7. Sometimes visited by famine. Ge 41:30.

8. Called

a. The land of Ham. Ps 105:23; 106:22.

b. The South. Jer 13:19; Da 11:14,25.

c. Sihor. Isa 23:3.

d. Rahab. Ps 87:4; 89:10.

e. House of Bondmen. Ex 13:3,14; De 7:8.

9. Celebrated for

a. Fertility. Ge 13:10; 45:18.

b. Wealth. Heb 11:26.

c. Literature. 1Ki 4:30; Ac 7:22.

d. Fine horses. 1Ki 10:28,29.

e. Fine linen, &c. Pr 7:16; Isa 19:9.

f. Commerce. Ge 41:57; Eze 27:7.

10. Religion of, idolatrous. Ex 12:12; Nu 33:4; Isa 19:1; Eze 29:7.

11. Idolatry of, followed by Israel. Ex 32:4; Eze 20:8,19.

12. Magic practised in. Ex 7:11,12,22; 8:7.

13. Ruled by kings who assumed the name of Pharaoh. Ge 12:14,15; 40:1,2; Ex 1:8,22.

14. Under a governor. Ge 41:41-44.

15. Had princes and counsellors. Ge 12:15; Isa 19:11.

16. As a power was

a. Proud and arrogant. Eze 29:3; 30:6.

b. Pompous. Eze 32:12.

c. Mighty. Isa 30:2,3.

d. Ambitious of conquests. Jer 46:8.

e. Treacherous. Isa 36:6; 29:6,7.

17. Inhabitants of

a. Superstitious. Isa 19:3.

b. Hospitable. Ge 47:5,6; 1Ki 11:18.

c. Often intermarried with strangers. Ge 21:21; 1Ki 3:1; 11:19; 1Ch 2:34,35.

d. Abhorred shepherds. Ge 46:34.

e. Abhorred the sacrifice of oxen, &c. Ex 8:26.

f. Not to be abhorred by Israel. De 23:7.

g. Might be received into the congregation in the third generation. De 23:8.

18. Mode of entertaining in. Ge 43:32-34.

19. Diet used in. Nu 11:5.

20. Mode of embalming in. Ge 50:3.

21. Often a refuge to strangers. Ge 12:10; 47:4; 1Ki 11:17,40; 2Ki 25:26; Mt 2:12,13.

22. The armies of

a. Described. Ex 14:7-9.

b. Destroyed in the Red Sea. Ex 14:23-28.

c. Captured and burned Gezer. 1Ki 9:16.

d. Besieged and plundered Jerusalem in Rehoboam’s time. 1Ki 14:25,26.

e. Invaded Assyria and killed Josiah who assisted it. 2Ki 23:29.

f. Deposed Jehoahaz and made Judea tributary. 2Ki 23:31-35.

g. Assistance of, sought by Judah against the Chaldees. Eze 17:15; Jer 37:5,7.

23. History of Israel in

a. Their sojourn in it, foretold. Ge 15:13.

b. Joseph sold into. Ge 37:28; 39:1.

c. Potiphar blessed for Joseph’s sake. Ge 39:2-6.

d. Joseph unjustly cast into prison. Ge 39:7-20.

e. Joseph interprets the chief baker’s and the chief butler’s dreams. Ge 40:5-19.

f. Joseph interprets Pharaoh’s dreams. Ge 41:14-32.

g. Joseph counsels Pharaoh. Ge 41:33-36.

h. Joseph made governor. Ge 41:41-44.

i. Joseph’s successful provision against the years of famine. Ge 41:46-56.

j. Joseph’s ten brethren arrive. Ge 42:1-6.

k. Joseph recognises his brethren. Ge 42:7,8.

l. Benjamin brought. Ge 43:15.

m. Joseph makes himself known to his brethren. Ge 45:1-8.

n. Joseph sends for his father. Ge 45:9-11.

o. Pharaoh invites Jacob into. Ge 45:16-20.

p. Jacob’s journey. Ge 46:5-7.

q. Jacob, &c presented to Pharaoh. Ge 47:1-10.

r. Israel placed in the land of Goshen. Ge 46:34; 47:11,27.

s. Joseph enriches the king. Ge 47:13-26.

t. Jacob’s death and burial. Ge 49:33; 50:1-13.

u. Israel increases and are oppressed. Ex 1:1-14.

v. Male children destroyed. Ex 1:15-22.

w. Moses born and hid for three months. Ex 2:2.

x. Moses exposed on the Nile. Ex 2:3,4.

y. Moses adopted and brought up by Pharaoh’s daughter. Ex 2:5-10.

z. Moses slays an Egyptian. Ex 2:11,12.

A. Moses flies to Midian. Ex 2:15.

B. Moses sent to Pharaoh. Ex 3:2-10.

C. Pharaoh increases their affliction. Ex 5:1-23.

D. Moses proves his divine mission by miracles. Ex 4:29-31; 7:10.

E. Egypt is plagued for Pharaoh’s obstinacy. Ex 7:14-10:29.

F. The passover instituted. Ex 12:1-28.

G. Destruction of the first-born. Ex 12:29,30.

H. Israel spoils the Egyptians. Ex 12:35,36.

I. Israel driven out of. Ex 12:31-33.

J. Date of the Exodus. Ex 12:41; Heb 11:27.

K. Pharaoh pursues Israel and is miraculously destroyed. Ex 14:5-25.

24. Prophecies respecting

a. Dismay of its inhabitants. Isa 19:1,16,17.

b. Infatuation of its princes. Isa 19:3,11-14.

c. Failure of internal resources. Isa 19:5-10.

d. Civil war and domestic strife. Isa 19:2.

e. Armies destroyed by Babylon. Jer 46:2-12.

f. Invasion by Babylon. Jer 46:13,24; Eze 32:11.

g. Destruction of its power. Eze 30:24,25.

h. Destruction of its cities. Eze 30:14-18.

i. Destruction of its idols. Jer 43:12,13; 46:25; Eze 30:13.

j. Spoil of, a reward to Babylon for services against Tyre. Eze 29:18-20.

k. Captivity of its people. Isa 20:4; Jer 46:19,24,26; Eze 30:4.

l. Utter desolation of, for forty years. Eze 29:8-12; 30:12; 32:15.

m. Allies to share its misfortunes. Eze 30:4,6.

n. The Jews who practised its idolatry to share its punishments. Jer 44:7-28.

o. Terror occasioned by its fall. Eze 32:9,10.

p. Ever to be a base kingdom. Eze 29:15.

q. Christ to be called out of. Ho 11:1; Mt 2:15.

r. Conversion of. Isa 19:18-20.

s. To be numbered and blessed along with Israel. Isa 19:23-25.

t. Prophetic illustration of its destruction. Jer 43:9,10; Eze 30:21,22; 32:4-6.