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Passover water turning into blood, frogs, lice, flies, livestock, boils, hail, locust, darkness, and death of the first born (Exod. 7-14). In a sense, these plagues represented God's almighty power over the Egyptian religions. Each plague was an assault on a specific Egyptian god. Additionally, not only was God's purpose to reduce Pharaoh's immunity and liberated the Israelites with the plagues, additionally, it displayed God's power conquering over the Egyptian religions; proving He's the one true God (Holiday Celebrations). Because of the plagues, Pharaoh finally surrendered and freed the Israelites from captivity. For Christians, the story of Jesus' resurrection is celebrated on a vacation called Easter. The narration begins with Jesus being arrested for exclaiming that He was also the Son of God. He was taken to the Roman governor, Pilate, that delivered him to be crucified. The soldiers took Jesus away and cast a crown of thorns on His head and a reed on His right hand (Matt. 27:28-30). To Christian...