The Book of Exodus

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The Book of Exodus

I don’t have a personal experience that relates to the slavery and freeing of Hebrew slaves from Egypt, but now Syrian refugees are trying to find refuge in developed European countries but have a hard time finding countries that will accept them. Some countries like Germany are allowing these Syrian refugees that have travelled from far to immigrate for the Syrians immigrating is as great a miracle as the red sea splitting in half. Also another connection is the Ten Commandments were a big change in the interpretation of God because he had set some rules that the Israelites followed this is also how countries control there population with rules that make the population stay under control and in the end have a greater respect for their country.

God told Moses to ask the Pharaoh to let the Hebrew people go and he let them leave, but the king changed his mind and was mad that he had lost slaves which did most labour. He told a massive army to find them. The Israelites were trapped because there were mountains and the red sea ahead. They were doubting God and Moses. Moses replied to the people and said "Do not be afraid. He told them that they would never see those Egyptians again. Moses put his hand out on the sea. God made strong winds come on the water causing the sea floor to turn into dry land. Once the Israelites were on the other side God tells Moses to put his hand back onto the sea again and the sea went back to normal and drowned the Egyptian army. After the Israelites saw this amazing miracle the people believed in the lord and his servant Moses.

Crossing The Red Sea

My Personal Connection

The Book Of Exodus Has 40 Chapters

The word Exodus is Greek for "way out" the book's overall theme is redemption and how God made the Israelites his special people. The book starts shortly before Moses is born to the events at Mount Sinai. God also gives the Ten Commandments.

Around1400 B.C

Category Of Law

The Book of Exodus

Exodus 1:1These are the names of the sons of Isreal who, accompanied by their households, migrated with Jacob into Egypt.

Exodus 40:38In the daytime the cloud of the LORD was seen over the Dwelling whereas at night, fire was in the cloud by the whole house of Israel in all the stages of their journey.

Exodus 19:5Now if you obey me fully and keep my covenant, then out of all nations you will be my treasured possession. Although the whole earth is mineExodus 20:3"You shall have no other gods before me."Exodus 22:18"Do not allow a sorceress to live."

By: Justin Stanislaus


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