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The Eighth Plague: Locusts
(Exodus 10:1-20)

God told Moses to go in to Pharaoh again. The Lord said that He had hardened Pharaoh's heart and Pharaoh's servant's hearts. God was going to show forth His signs so that Israel could tell future generation about God's power.

So Moses and Aaron went to see Pharaoh and spoke the word of God. God asked Pharaoh how long he would refuse to humble himself. And God told Pharaoh to let His people go, else He would bring a severe plague of locusts into his territory.

Pharaoh's servants began to fear God and tried to convince Pharaoh to let Israel go. They even brought Moses and Aaron back in to see Pharaoh.

Pharaoh tried to convince Moses that he should go out to serve God with just the men. But Moses had to take all the people in order to obey God. Moses obeyed God and did not heed Pharaoh's command. So Pharaoh became very mad and had Moses and Aaron driven out of his presence.

Later that day, God told Moses to stretch out his hand so that the locusts would come. Moses obeyed God and an east wind came. The next morning the wind brought the locusts.

Egypt had never had a plague of locusts as severe as the one God brought upon the land. The locusts covered all the land so that it was all dark. The locusts ate everything that the hail had not destroyed.

Pharaoh quickly called for Moses and Aaron. He confessed that he had sinned against God and against them. He asked Moses to forgive his sin just this once and ask the Lord to take away the locusts.

Moses went out and prayed. Then God made a very strong west wind to take the locusts away.

Then the Lord hardened Pharaoh's heart. And Pharaoh would not let the children of Israel go.


1. What did God command Moses to do?

2. Did Moses obey God?

3. Should we obey God?

4. What was God going to do if Pharaoh did not let His people go?

5. How bad was the plague of locusts?

6. What did Pharaoh's servants try to convince Pharaoh to do?

7. Did Pharaoh try to convince Moses to go and serve God with just the men?

8. Did Moses obey Pharaoh or God?

9. Who should we obey first: a person or God?

10. Did Pharaoh confess that he had sinned?

11. Should we confess our sins?

12. Did Pharaoh obey God and let God's people go?

13. Should we obey God?