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With the children on Sundays, through eye-gate, and ear-gate into the city of child-soul (1911) (14783117655)

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With the children on Sundays, through eye-gate, and ear-gate into the city of child-soul (1911) (14783117655)

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Identifier: withchildrenonsu00stal (find matches)
Title: With the children on Sundays, through eye-gate, and ear-gate into the city of child-soul
Year: 1911 (1910s)
Authors: Stall, Sylvanus, 1847-1915
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Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
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uid in it. This is red ink. But I have brought it not to talk to you about ink, but to talk about something else which is of the same color; namely, of blood. You remember that there were ten plagues in Egypt; the first was the turning of the rivers into blood, then the bringing up of the frogs from all the rivers and lakes; and then the turning of the dust into lice; and then the plague of the flies; ana then of the murrain which destroyed the cattle; and of the boils which came upon all the people; and of the lightning, and rain, and hail which destroyed man and beast. Then the locusts came which ate up everything that remained; afterward the three days of continuous darkness; and after these nine plagues God had yet in store one great plague which He purposed to bring upon Pharaoh and his people. After each of these plagues which I have named, Pharaoh promised that he would let the Children of Israel go, but instead he hardened his heart and refused to keep his promise. At last God was going 228
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Copyrighted. 1911. by Sylvanus Stall. Preparing for the Passing Over of the Angel of Death BLOOD. 231 to bring upon him and his people the greatest plague of all. (Ex.xii: 1-28.) God told Moses and Aaron to command the Children of Israel that on the tenth day of the month, each family should select either a lamb or a kid and shut it up until the fourteenth day, and in the evening of that day they should kill it. This was to be amale lamb, one year old, and without spot or blemish. The blood, as it flowed from the neck of the lamb, was to be caught in a dish, and with a bunch of hyssop the blood was to be sprinkled upon the doorposts or the door frame, both above and around the door, so that when the Angel of Death whom God purposed to send upon that eventful night, when he should pass throughout all the land of Egypt and see the blood upon the doorposts and upon the lintel over the door he would pass by or pass-over these houses of the Israelites and would not smite their first-born with death

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