The Bible and its story.. . for their crimesagainst Israel. This Bible account is tremendous inits simplicity, terrible in its completeness. As theEgyptians sped across the sands of the seas bot-tom, the Lord looked unto them, and their heartswere troubled. Then the wheels began to breakfrom their chariots, so that they drave them heavi-ly. They saw their doom. They cried out, Letus flee from the face of Israel; for the Lord fightethfor them. Again the Israelite account rises to a song.And Moses stretched forth his hand over the sea,and the sea returned to his strength when the morn-ing appear

The Bible and its story.. . for their crimesagainst Israel. This Bible account is tremendous inits simplicity, terrible in its completeness. As theEgyptians sped across the sands of the seas bot-tom, the Lord looked unto them, and their heartswere troubled. Then the wheels began to breakfrom their chariots, so that they drave them heavi-ly. They saw their doom. They cried out, Letus flee from the face of Israel; for the Lord fightethfor them. Again the Israelite account rises to a song.And Moses stretched forth his hand over the sea,and the sea returned to his strength when the morn-ing appear Stock Photo
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The Bible and its story.. . for their crimesagainst Israel. This Bible account is tremendous inits simplicity, terrible in its completeness. As theEgyptians sped across the sands of the seas bot-tom, the Lord looked unto them, and their heartswere troubled. Then the wheels began to breakfrom their chariots, so that they drave them heavi-ly. They saw their doom. They cried out, Letus flee from the face of Israel; for the Lord fightethfor them. Again the Israelite account rises to a song.And Moses stretched forth his hand over the sea, and the sea returned to his strength when the morn-ing appeared; and the Egyptians fled against it;and the Lord overthrew the Egyptians in the midstof the sea. And the waters returned, and covered the chari-ots, and the horsemen, and all the host of Pharaolithat came into the sea after them; there remainednot so much as one of them. IJut the children of Israel walked upon dry landin the midst of the sea; and the waters were a wallunto them on their right hand, and on their left. u~W. 1^ -I.-1 %. ^: m i}Sio<3k Qmbuntt m W) 8Cl[ iSM*^^ f% ._^--~- ?- •^, , #

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