Journey to the 10 — Last Day of Feast of Unleavened Bread, crossing the Red Sea

The people of Israel arrive at the edge of the Red Sea. They have walked day and night for seven days to reach this point. As they set their eyes on the Red Sea in front of them, they see the Egyptians coming behind. God has one last “elohim” of Egypt to judge before he takes the Israelites away from Egypt for good.

After a temporary lack of faith, God guides them through the water and they walk in “martial array” to the other side. The Egyptians, blindly follow them in and God creates havoc and it is the Egyptians who start to panic just before the sea swallows them whole. They are never a threat to Israel again. Scriptures: Ex. 13:12-22; Ex. 14:1-30; Gen. 49:3; 1st Cor. 10:1-4; Rom. 6:1-5; Col. 1:13-18; Heb. 12:23; Rev. 14:4-5

Thought Questions

What momentous event occurred on this day?

Where did they stop?

Why are the Firstborn males important?

Are the Firstborn and the First Fruits the same?

How is our picture of the Exodus (as shown in the movies) different from what the Scriptures tell us about this time?

What did Egypt lose when they lost their first born?

When were the firstborn of Israel sanctified?

Where do the first fruits of the grain go?

When is the harvest finished?

Does eating matzoh afflict one’s body?

Does taking in truth cause some bitterness?

If God is your Father, what is it like to be related to the Creator of Heaven and Earth?

If Yeshua is your Brother, how is your relationship with Him?

Why did God have the people stop at Baal-zephon?

How did God separate the people of Israel from the Egyptians?

What happened at the morning watch?

When was the morning watch?

What did God do to the Egyptians chariots?

Who were fleeing for their lives?

Who is the messenger of God in Ex. 14:19? What did he do?

What happened to the Egyptians in the sea?

What happens to our past when we are baptized?

What do we need to do after the Feast of Unleavened Bread ends?

Why is the “counting of the omer” a red herring?

Speaker: Richard Agee

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