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Crossing of the Red Sea

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Sydney Dixon

on 28 September 2015

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Crossing of the Red Sea
Background
Moses fled Egypt after murdering a man
Moses was called to save the Israelites
Exodus 3:1-10
Plagues
Moses pleaded to the Pharoh to let the Israelites go, but he refused. God through Moses, God cast twelve plagues.
Blood- Exodus 7:14-24
Frogs- Exodus 8:1-14
Gnats- Exodus 8:16-19
Flies- Exodus 8:20-32
Livestock- Exodus 9:1-7
Boils- Exodus 9:8-12
Thunder & hail- Exodus 9:13-35
Locust- Exodus 10:1-20
Complete darkness- Exodus 10:21-29
Death of firstborn- Exodus 11:1-10
Applications to Life
Looking at the Israelite people throughout history, it's pretty easy to see a trend. They first were persecuted by the Egyptians and were saved by God. They were then persecuted later on by the Babylonians, Assyrians, Armenians, and many others. Yet, God still granted them victory in war when they were faithful to him. Even within the last 100 years, Israel has been threatened to be wiped off the map by Iran and yet they still exist. God made a promise to his nation of Israel and God has provided and protected them.
So, what can we draw from all these stories? This means that we can trust God. He didn't only make covenants with the Jews. he made promises to us as Christians. we need to be able to trust God in his doings and that he knows what is best. Although times might be hard, we can trust that God can pull through for us. In all these examples, the Israelites were first put through hard times and then God came to save them. So it doesn't mean we won't go through hard times, but it does mean when times are hard God is there for us.
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