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Exodus 9:3
the hand: Exo 7:4, Exo 8:19, 1Sa 5:6-11, 1Sa 6:9, Act 13:11 murrain: We may observe a particular scope and meaning in this calamity, if we consider it in regard to the Egyptians, which would not have existed in respect to any other people. They held in idolatrous reverence almost every animal, but some they held in particular veneration; as the ox, cow, and ram. Among these, Apis and Mnevis are well known; the former being a sacred bull, worshipped at Memphis, as the latter was at Heliopolis. A cow or heifer had the like honours at Momemphis; and the same practice seems to have been adopted in most of the Egyptian nomes. By the infliction of this judgment, the Egyptian deities sank before the God of the Hebrews. See Bryant, pp. 87-93. Exo 5:3 Reciprocal: Gen 47:6 - cattle Gen 47:17 - for horses Exo 8:26 - the abomination Exo 9:15 - stretch Psa 78:50 - life over to the pestilence Psa 107:38 - suffereth Jer 50:33 - they refused Amo 4:10 - pestilence