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  • and that same day Yahweh brought out the sons of Israel and their armies from the land of Egypt. (Exodus 12, 51)

  • "Consecrate to me every firstborn: the first to leave the womb among the sons of Israel, whether of man or beast, is mine." (Exodus 13, 2)

  • Moses took with him the bones of Joseph for he had made the sons of Israel swear saying, "God will surely remember you and then you will carry my bones with you away from here." (Exodus 13, 19)

  • "Tell the people of Israel to turn back and encamp in front of Pihahiroth, between Migdol and the sea, facing Baalzephon. You will encamp opposite this place and near the sea. (Exodus 14, 2)

  • So Pharaoh will think that the people of Israel have lost their way, and the wilderness has closed in on them. (Exodus 14, 3)

  • The king of Egypt was told that the people had fled; then Pharaoh and his ministers changed their minds with regard to the people. "What have we done," they said, "in allowing Israel to go and be free of our service?" (Exodus 14, 5)

  • Yahweh said to Moses, "Why do you cry to me? Tell the people of Israel to go forward. (Exodus 14, 15)

  • and the sons of Israel went on dry ground through the middle of the sea, with the waters forming a wall to their right and to their left. (Exodus 14, 22)

  • The waters flowed back and engulfed the chariots and horsemen of the whole army of Pharaoh that had followed Israel into the sea. Not one of them escaped. (Exodus 14, 28)

  • On that day Yahweh delivered Israel from the power of the Egyptians and Israel saw the Egyptians lying dead on the seashore. (Exodus 14, 30)

  • When Pharaoh's chariots, horses and horsemen went into the sea, Yahweh brought back the waters over them, while the people of Israel walked on dry ground through the sea. (Exodus 15, 19)

  • Moses then led Israel from the Red Sea towards the wilderness of Shur. They walked in the desert for three days without finding water. (Exodus 15, 22)

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