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#145 ๐ŸŒŠ Exodus 13-14 Moses Parts The Red Sea ๐Ÿฆฏ๐Ÿ™Œ ๐Ÿ’ฆ๐Ÿซ“

Israelites continued their journey in Exodus and were commanded to keep the Lord's festival, the Feast of Unleavened Bread, forever for all generations. God commanded them not to eat bread made with yeast for seven days and not to keep yeast in the house. This was an ordinance that would last forever.

So how do we worship God today? Do we keep this same feast of the Lord to signify God delivering the Israelites out of Egypt? The ordinance applied locally and was meant for the Israelites since they were delivered by God's strong hand. They were required to keep a memorial of the Passover event on their forehead forever. This reference to hand and forehead is a typology of how God spiritually marks His people, in their hands and forehead. In contrast, Satan twisted it to require his own Mark of the Beast.

In Exodus 13, God instructs Moses about the consecration of the firstborn and the observance of the Feast of Unleavened Bread. The dedication of the firstborn symbolizes the Israelites' gratitude for their deliverance from Egypt. God ordains Passover events of the Exodus in redeeming the firstborn by wearing tefillin as tangible reminders of His mighty acts. God led His people by a pillar of cloud during the day and a pillar of fire at night during their journey to the promised land.

God instructs Moses regarding their route and encamps by the sea in Exodus 14. Pharaoh, regretting his decision to release the Israelites, mobilizes his army to pursue them. The Israelites, trapped between the pursuing Egyptians and the sea, panic. In response, Moses reassures the people, urging them to stand firm and witness God's miracles. God instructs Moses to stretch out his staff, causing the sea to part miraculously, allowing the Israelites to cross on dry land. The Egyptians, pursuing them into the sea, face divine intervention as the waters return, drowning the entire army. Witnessing this miraculous deliverance, the Israelites respond with awe and fear, recognizing the supremacy of their God.


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