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God protected the Israelites during the Exodus by: 1) Making them cross the red sea on dry ground. 2) Providing water in the wilderness. 3) Providing manna and quails. 4) Defeating Amalekites – their enemies. 5) Protecting them from snakes and diseases in the wilderness.   Provision of water in the wilderness Israelites travelled in the desert for three days without water. The water, which they found at Marah was bitter and could not be drunk. They called the place ‘Marah’ meaning ‘bitter’. This made them complain. Moses prayed to the Lord. The Lord showed Moses a piece of wood. Moses threw it into the water and it became fit to drink. God continued providing Israelites with water. Again the Israelites lacked water and complained bitterly (Ex.17:1 – 9). God instructed Moses to strike a rock and water came out of it. Moses called that place ‘Massah’ – which means… Read More »GOD PROTECTED THE ISRAELITES DURING THE EXODUS BY THE FOLLOWING



During the call of Moses at Mount Sinai, God gave Moses a rod with which he could perform mighty signs before the Israelites and before Pharaoh. Aaron was to be his spokesman. Moses and Aaron gathered the Israelite elders and leaders to tell them what God had said to them. After Moses had performed the miracles that God had showed him; the Israelite leaders believed him.   They then approached Pharaoh so that he may release the Israelites. However instead of releasing the Israelites, Pharaoh became crueler. He gave Israelites harder work. When Pharaoh refused to release Israelites, God instructed Moses to bring ten plagues upon Egypt. These plagues brought; great trouble and suffering to Israelites.   Ten plagues 1) The plague of blood (Exodus 7: 14 – 25) Moses and Aaron used the rod. They struck the waters of the river as God instructed them. All the water in… Read More »THE TEN PLAGUES EXODUS 7:14-11:10



Exodus means movement of a large number of people. Crossing the Red Sea During the night of the Passover, Pharaoh summoned Moses and Aaron and told them to leave, to go and worship their Lord. All the Israelites, their flocks and herds were urged to leave in a hurry. Pharaoh took his chariot army and followed the Israelites and found them camped by the Red Sea.   God led the Israelites over the desert towards the Red Sea. Moses took the body (bones) of Joseph, as Joseph had requested the Israelites to do. “When God rescues you, you must carry my body with you from this place” (Ex 13 vs. 19). During the day the Lord went in front of them in a pillar of cloud (angel of God) to show them the way, and during the night the lord went in front in a pillar of fire to give… Read More »THE EXODUS

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