There Were Three Deaths

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28) “And Pharaoh arose at night, he, and all his servants, and all of Egypt; and there was a great cry in Egypt; for there was not a house where there was not one dead.” This is the high vengeance that the Creator avenged Egypt.

There were three deaths:

1) That the firstborn in Egypt did, killing all those that they found.

2) That the Creator killed at midnight.

3) When Pharaoh saw the death in his home, in his sons, and in his servants, he rose, rushed himself and killed the ministers, the governors, and all those who advised him to refuse to send the people away.

The Torah testifies about him that he rose in the actual night, in the Dinim [judgments] of the Nukva, who is called “night.” As the night, Nukva, killed the firstborn and avenged, Pharaoh rose in the land of Egypt and killed and avenged his rulers, ministers, officers, and every kind of minister, as it is written, “And Pharaoh arose at night,” he rose to kill and to destroy.

29) It is the conduct of the dog that when it is stricken with a stone, it comes and bites another. So did Pharaoh. Afterwards, he would walk through the streets and declare saying, “Rise up and get out from within my people. You have killed all the town’s people, you have killed the governors, the ministers, and my entire household.” It is written about it, “And he called unto Moses and Aaron at night,” since everything was through you, “And bless me, too,” meaning do not kill me. Afterwards, he himself escorted them out of the land, as it is written, “And it came to pass when Pharaoh sent.”

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