God sent 10 plagues to the people of Egypt.
There were ten plagues, three of the plagues were frogs, lice, and locust.
Egypt had 10 plaques not 7.
The plagues which God brought upon Egypt (Exodus ch.7-12).
The Israelites in Egypt were not harmed by the plagues (Exodus ch.7-12). Only after the Exodus, on a couple of occasions when some of them sinned egregiously, plagues smote some of the people (Numbers ch.17 and ch.25)
God afflicted Pharaoh and the Egyptians with ten plagues.
Ten plagues fell upon Egypt - one for each of their gods showing the supremacy of the Hebrew God - the God of Creation.
Two plaques of Egypt were locusts and frogs.
The 10 Plagues happened when they did not react to the complainment for freedom from Moses and Aaron. God was protecting them by cursing the Egyptians with plagues.
In Ancient Egypt
It affected everybody in Egypt.
The Israelites emigrated from Canaan to Egypt because of a famine (Genesis 46). At first they were respected and were under the protection of Joseph, a powerful Israelite; but later, the Egyptians enslaved them under a pretext (Exodus ch.1), and God brought ten plagues upon Egypt (Exodus ch.7-12), in accord with an ancient promise He had made to Abraham (Genesis 15). The plagues compelled the Egyptians to permit the Israelites to leave Egypt (Exodus 12).
The Ten Plagues, especially the last one (Exodus ch.7-12).
That is not stated. What is stated, is how Pharaoh and his advisers reacted to the plagues. In the majority of the plagues, Pharaoh hardened his own heart; and in the first two, even his advisers did the same. Only later did their attitude soften. See Exodus chapters 7-12.
Exodus 7:19+20 relates the account of Moses turning the waters of Egypt into blood at the beginning of the plagues and Exodus 12:29-33 describes the final plague, the death of the first born, which finally sent the Israelites away from Egypt.
The Bible does not give the exact length of time that it took for the Ten Plagues of Egypt. However, it is estimated that the plagues were distributed over several weeks.Answer:Tradition states that the Ten Plagues, altogether, lasted a total of one whole year (Mishna, Eduyoth ch.2).
When the Pharoah held the Hebrews captive, God sent plagues until he sent then free.
after the plagues pharoah let them leave
God punished the Egyptians with ten plagues (Exodus ch.7-12), and Moses led them out at God's command (Exodus ch.12).
The ten plagues started after Pharaoh refused to listen to god servant Moses and his brother Aaron.
God brought many plagues upon Pharaoh's country (Exodus ch.7-12).