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It’s Raining Manna From Heaven! | Ep. 061

It had been over a month since the Exodus and the crossing of the Red Sea.  Moses is leading the people to Mt. Sinai through the wilderness. There’s not much food in the wilderness, especially for the large number of Israelites! They begin grumbling and complaining, instead of asking God for food. But the Lord provided …

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The Song of Moses | Ep. 060

The crossing of the Red Sea was a triumphant victory of God against Pharaoh and the Egyptians. God defeated them, saving His people. So it was only natural for Moses to be inspired to sing out in praise and worship to God, declaring God’s victory! This is the first song recorded in the Bible.  It’s …

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Crossing The Red Sea “Part 2” | Ep. 059

God saved His people as they fleed Egypt. He showed them His salvation while they stood by and watched. Israel was powerless to save themselves – they faced certain slavery or death at the hands of the Egyptian army as they were beside the Red Sea. But salvation didn’t come to them by anything THEY …

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Crossing The Red Sea “Part 1” | Ep. 058

God was leading the Israelites out of Egypt and to the land that He had promised to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. This is where they would live with God in peace and rest and safety. And they wouldn’t be slaves anymore, but people of God’s household. But it wasn’t an easy journey. God led them …

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The Exodus | Ep. 057

The Israelites were trapped in Egypt for 430 years. Most of that time was spent in bondage, in slavery. After the final plague, Pharaoh finally let them go. The Israelites, foreign people, and even some Egyptians left Egypt in a mass exodus and God saved them all. And the Lord had given the people favor in the sight of the Egyptians, so that they let them have what they asked. Exodus 12:36 Support the Show …

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