by Ernest Easley

Life Lessons from the Red Sea Miracle
Dr. Ernest L. Easley
Exodus 13-15

Now take God's Word and turn with me to the book of Exodus where God is teaching us these days "the way out." You say, "the way out of what?" Well … the way out of bondage! The way out of addictions. The way out of your godless lifestyle that is robbing you of peace and joy.
It's much easier to say "yes" to the things of God in here than it is to say "no" to the things of the world out there. Isn't it? It's easier to find the way into bondage than it is to find the way out of bondage.
Now look with me to chapter 13. The children of Israel and the Egyptians just experienced the Passover. God said, "When I see the blood, I will Passover over you." The same blood that brought deliverance to some brought destruction to others.
While some people were under the protection of the blood …. others were under the judgment of the blood. Those who were saved obeyed God's word while those who perished disobeyed God's word. And the same thing is true for today.
Today we come to "The Red Sea Miracle." After 400 years of bondage in Egypt .. the children of Israel were finally leaving and on their way to the Promised Land. The Passover was behind them .. but soon .. they would be looking for an Over Pass. From the Pass Over to looking for an Over Pass! And we're going to see that they didn't need an over pass because with God, they were able to pass through the Red Sea on dry land.
Let's back up and begin reading in chapter 13.17 as we discover what the Red Sea Miracle meant back then .. what it meant to them back then and what it means to us today.
Life Lessons from the Red Sea Miracle
Exodus 13.17-12
7 Then it came to pass, when Pharaoh had let the people go, that God did not lead them by way of the land of the Philistines, although that was near; for God said, "Lest perhaps the people change their minds when they see war, and return to Egypt." 18 So God led the peopl ...

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