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 14:4
 14:5
14:4 I will harden Pharaoh's heart and he will come after them. I will triumph over Pharaoh and his entire army, and Egypt will know that I am God.'

[The Israelites] did as [they had been instructed].
Vechizakti et-lev-Par'oh veradaf achareyhem ve'ikavdah beFar'oh uvechol-cheylo veyad'u Mitsrayim ki-ani Adonay vaya'asu-chen.

14:5 Meanwhile, the king of Egypt received the news that the people were escaping. Pharaoh and his officials changed their minds regarding the people, and said, 'What have we done? How could we have released Israel from doing our work?'
Vayugad lemelech Mitsrayim ki varach ha'am vayehafech levav Par'oh va'avadav el-ha'am vayomru mah-zot asinu ki-shilachnu et-Yisra'el me'ovdenu.



Commentary:

triumph
  Literally, 'I will be glorified.'





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