THE DEFIANCE PHARAOH OF EGYPT.

Is Pharaoh a stubborn wound with

a lingering smell and pain.

Emotionally draining

With mental exhaustion.

Pharaoh was very stubborn (Exodus 7:13 – 14)

He refused to obey the word of God

or listen to the advice of his people.

He was defiance.

Stubborn in Hebrew means to turn away.

( Deuteronomy 9:13,ESV)

Deuteronomy 21: 21 Stubborn and defiance of God and His ordained authority is a serious offense, one that can spread in the family and community like poison. (Mark 3: 1 to 6).

You stiff neck people your hearts and ears are still uncircumcised””. (Roman 2:5)

“Because of your stubbornness

and your unrepentant heart

are storming up wrath against

yourself for the day of God’s wrath”.

Self opinionated and stubborn

Self willed and stubbornness.

Stiff neck.

Unbending and defiance.

With your stiff neck.

Uncompromising and stubbornness.

Obdurate and defiance.

Who will fix it.

Refusing to change nasty attitude.

Dogged.

Hard headed and defiance.

Headstrong and unrepentant heart.

Dogged devotion to stubbornness.

Immovable that is been defiance.

Inflexible ,not flexible, and stubbornness.

Bullheaded that means stubbornness.

Adamant is also stubbornness.

Stubborn and refused to change.

Pharaoh refused to change.

He was adamant ,yes defiance.

God got frustrated and send the plagues to Egypt and so many people died

because of his stubbornness.

Stubbornness is a determination

not to change behavior.

Unreasonably obstinate is the

ugly side of perseverance.

MORALE LESSONS.

Be nice and do the right thing.

Don’t poison yourself and others.

Don’t be a stubborn wound with a

lingering smell and perpetual pain.

Everyday is yours.

One day everything will come to an end.

Wickedness, and defiance will

Come to a permanent holt.

Published by edochie99

A Registered Nurse with over twenty years of hospital experience, an author with Masters Degree in Nursing,also Bachelor Degree in Nursing,graduated in 1996 from USC,University of Southern California.MSN in 2009 University of Phoenix.

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