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Tuesday, 8th January 2019

Immediately before the 10th plague of Makas Bechoros (the death of the Firstborn), Pharaoh told Moshe (Moses) “You shall no longer see my face, for on the day that you see my face, you shall die!" (10:28).
Now after the death of the firstborn plague, Pharaoh desperately needed to talk to Moshe to tell him that the Bnei Yisroel (Children of Israel) should leave Mitzrayim (Egypt). He sent for Moshe but why would Moshe risk coming? Surely Moshe remembered what Pharaoh said and certainly would not show up.
The Kli Yakar answers that the answer lies in the extra word in the verse. First the verse says (12:30) “Pharaoh got up in middle of the night when Makas Bechoros struck. The next verse says "Pharaoh called to Moshe and Aharon (Aaron) in the night.” Why does the pasuk (verse) say again the word “Leiyla – in the night"? We already know that it was the night from the previous verse? The extra Leiyla, explains the Kli Yakar, was Pharaoh's answer to Moshe's fear about Pharaoh carrying out his threat of killing Moshe. Pharaoh said the "day" I see you, you will die, but now it was nighttime.


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