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 them light, so that they could travel night and day.
This pillar of cloud led the Israelites by day and night.
The Egyptian army followed Israelites and caught up with them by the Red Sea where they had camped.
Moses asked the scared Israelites to move near the sea.
God told Moses to lift up his stick, and hold it over the sea.
The waters of the Red Sea divided and the Israelites crossed the sea on dry ground with walls of water on both sides.
The angel of God, and the pillar of cloud (who had been in front of the army of Israel) moved behind the Israelites and provided light to them as they cross.
The Egyptians army pursued Israelites.
The pillar of cloud made it dark for Egyptians who could not see where they were going.
Just before daylight, the Lord looked at the Egyptians from the pillar of cloud and fire and God threw the army of the Egyptians into confusion.
Moses was asked by the Lord to stretch out his hand. He did so and waters returned to its normal level drowning Egyptian army and their horses.