2 a There is nothing so weake, that God cannot cause to ouercome the greatest power of man.
3 / Or, vpon thy dogh, or into thine ambriec (???).
6 b But Goshen, where Gods people dwelt, was excepted.
8 c Not loue, but feare causeth the very infideles to seke vnto God.
9 / Ebr. Haue this honor ouer me.
10 / Ebr. according to thy worde.
13 d In things of this life God oft times heareth the praiers of the just for the vngodlie.
13 ! Moses praieth and they dye.
17 ! Lyce are sent, whereby the sorcerers acknowledge Gods power.
18 e God confounded their wisdome & autoritie in a thing moste vile.
19 f They acknowledge that this was done by Gods power and not by sorcerie.
21 / Or, multitude of veminous beastes, as serpents, &c.
24 ! Egypt is plagued with noysome flies.
26 g For the Egyptians worshipped diuers beastes, as the oxe, the shepe, & suche like which the Israelites offred in sacrifice.
28 h So the wicked prescribe vnto Gods messengers how far they shal go.
29 i He colde not judge his heart, but yet he charged him to do this vnfainedly.
30 ! Moses praieth againe.
32 k Where God giueth not faith, no miracles can preuail.
32 ! But Pharoahs heart is hardened.