Coming Out of Egypt

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Crazy Faith. The Chosen Path. Write to Ignite. Advanced Prophetic Conference New Wave The Supernatural Journey Collection. The Final Quest Trilogy. Army of the Dawn. MorningStar Vision Bible Series. The Constitution, Vol. Add to Wishlist. MorningStar Recycled Journal. MorningStar Scripture Tote. God did not lead Moses and the Israelites through enemy land. God led His people with a pillar of clouds during the day, and a pillar of fire at night.

Following these incredible sights would remind them that God was always with them, guiding them each step of the way on their journey to the Promised Land. Ask: What has God given us so that we can know that God is always with us? The Bible - something the Israelites did not have.

Say: God told Moses to lead the people toward the Red Sea. God would then do something amazing so all the Egyptians would know that He was the one true God Exodus Earlier, we read in the Bible that Pharaoh hardened his heart against God and would not listen to Him, but now we read that God hardened his heart.

The hardening of a heart is a process - a repeated event. If a person hardens their heart too many times, he may come to a place where they cannot listen anymore.

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Say: Once the Israelites had left Egypt, Pharaoh became upset that he released all of his slave workers, so he changed his mind - again. This happened just as God said it would. Pharaoh sent of his best chariots after Moses. The king of Egypt was told that the people had gotten away. Then Pharaoh and his officials changed their minds about them.

To the east was the sea. The Israelites were trapped. Ask: Have you ever been trapped? Do you know how it feels to be completely trapped? What have you done to us by bringing us out of Egypt? Let us serve the Egyptians.

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Say: The Israelites were afraid. They were blaming Moses for being trapped. Moses answered the people. Stand firm. You will see how the Lord will save you today. Do you see those Egyptians? You will never see them again. The Lord will fight for you. Just be still. Say: WOW! Now listen to what God said.

Then the Lord spoke to Moses. Tell the people of Israel to move on. Hold your wooden staff out.

Reach your hand out over the Red Sea to part the water. Then the people can go through the sea on dry ground. Say: The Lord told Moses to stop praying and get moving! Prayer must have a vital place in our lives, but there is also a place for action. Sometimes we know what to do, but we pray for more guidance as an excuse to postpone doing it. If we know what we should do, then it is time to get moving.

I will make the hearts of the Egyptians stubborn. They will go in after the Israelites. I will gain glory for myself because of what will happen to Pharaoh, his whole army, his chariots and his horsemen. The Egyptians will know that I am the Lord. I will gain glory because of what will happen to all of them. Say: Remember that earlier I told you that the Lord placed a pillar of clouds to lead the Israelites by day and a pillar of fire to lead them by night.

Just at this moment, God moved these pillars in between the Israelites and the Egyptian army, so that the cloud brought darkness to one side and light to the other. Neither army went near the other all night long. Then Moses reached his hand out over the Red Sea. All that night the Lord pushed the sea back with a strong east wind. He turned the sea into dry land. The waters were parted. The people of Israel went through the sea on dry ground. There was a wall of water on their right side and on their left.

Parshat B’shalach: Why did so many Israelites refuse to leave Egypt?

Say: There was no apparent way of escape, but the Lord opened up a dry path through the sea. Sometimes we find ourselves caught in a problem and see no way out. Can you imagine walking across the Sea with a wall of water on each side? Do you think the kids poked at the water? Do you think it was exciting? The Egyptians chased them. Near the end of the night, the Lord looked down from the pillar of fire and cloud.

He saw the Egyptian army and threw it into a panic.

He kept their chariot wheels from turning freely. That made the chariots hard to drive. The Lord is fighting for Israel against Egypt. The waters will flow back over the Egyptians and their chariots and horsemen.

Egypt and the Wanderings

At sunrise, the sea went back to its place. The Egyptians tried to run away from the sea. But the Lord swept them into it.