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Step back into ancient Egypt, where one of the greatest biblical stories takes place with a pharaoh, a prophet, miracles, and plagues. The Pharaoh during this time began to fear the Hebrew slaves. Since their numbers grew day by day, he ultimately commanded that all the firstborn Israelite boys be killed. With divine help, a baby named Moses survived, eventually becoming a prophet performing God’s wonders in order to deliver the Hebrew people out of bondage. Relive the unforgettable story of Moses in folk art style.
- 1 In order to save her baby from being killed, Moses’ mother sent him floating down the river in a basket, hoping that he would find a safe place to live. Exodus 2
- 2 The Pharaoh’s daughter found baby Moses and had compassion on him, knowing that he was a Hebrew child. Exodus 2: 5-10
- 3 Many years later, Moses was called of God to deliver the Israelites out of Egypt and would often declared God’s words, “Let My People Go!” Exodus 7: 16
- 4 One of God’s wonders is when he turned Aaron’s rod into a serpent. The Pharaoh’s sorcerers tried to imitate a rod being turned into a serpent. Exodus 7: 8-12
- 5 The first plague of Egypt: River turned to blood. Exodus 7: 15-21
- 6 The second plague: Frogs. Exodus 8: 2-6
- 7 The third plague: Lice. Exodus 8:16-19
- 8 The fourth plague: Flies. Exodus 8: 21-24
- 9 The fifth plague: Diseased livestock. Exodus 9: 3-6
- 10 The sixth plague: Boils. Exodus 9: 8-10
- 11 The seventh plague: Thunderstorm of hail and fire. Exodus 9: 18, 22-25
- 12 The eighth plague: Locusts. Exodus 10: 4-6, 12-15
- 13 The ninth plague: Three days of darkness. Exodus 10:21
- 14 Before God sent the tenth plague, He commanded the children of Israel to cover their front doors with lamb’s blood, symbolic of the Savior’s atoning sacrifice. Exodus 12
- 15 The tenth plague: Death of the first-born son. Exodus 12: 12, 29
- 16 Exodus mean “going out,” summarizing the story where the Hebrew’s go out of Egypt into the wilderness to be free.
- 17 Thanks to Moses, a prophet of God, the Israelites traveled safely through the Red Sea. Exodus 14: 16
- 18 The pillar of fire protected the Israelites from the Egyptian army pursuing after them near the Red Sea. Exodus 14: 20
- 19 The parting of the Red Sea was a miracle for the Israelites, walking on dry ground with walls of water surrounding them. Exodus 14: 21-22
- 20 The Israelites forgot the Lord and asked Aaron to create a golden calf for the people to worship. Exodus 32
- 21 Moses received the 10 Commandments on two stone tablets. Exodus 20 & 31
- 22 God appeared and spoke to Moses on Mount Sinai. Exodus 24: 12-18