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Review Exodus 14

1. What is the second thing Moses tells the people to do in Exodus 14:13?

2. What do you learn from 2 Chronicles 20:17 about standing still?

3. What does Moses say that God will do in Exodus 14:14?

4. What other things does God promise in Exodus 14:16-17?

5. What purpose does God identify for what He is doing in Exodus 14:18?

6. As you read the balance of the chapter, consider how God kept His promise. Consider that He also was in control of all the players and the forces of nature involved. Write out Exodus 14:30. Mediate on it. Record your thoughts and impressions.

7. Summarize the battle strategy carried out in Exodus 14.

8. What further information do you learn regarding these events at the Red Sea in Hebrews 11:29?


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Read Exodus 14
1. Where does the LORD tell them to camp at the beginning of Exodus 14? Why?

2. What happens to Pharaoh in Exodus 14:5-9?

3. What happens to children of Israel in Exodus 14:10? What do they say to Moses?

4. Copy Exodus 14:13-14 here.

5. What enemy, tangible or intangible, do you face today about which God would say to you, “Do not be afraid. Stand still, and see the salvation of the LORD which He will accomplish for you today?”

6. What do the following verses teach?
□ Deuteronomy 7:18

□ Deuteronomy 31:6

□ Psalm 91

□ Isaiah 41:10

7. Summarize the events of Exodus 14:15-end of the chapter.

8. What is the impact of these events on the children of Israel?

NOTE: We will see that this reaction to God’s power and deliverance is short-lived. The Israelites have a short memory and need frequent reminders that God is for them. It is not unlike us. God delivers us, but we fail to see Him in our deliverance or we quickly forget how He has delivered us or provided for us or saved us or comforted us. We have spiritual dementia. The only way to fight against this spiritual dementia is to stay connected to God through study of His Word, fellowship with other believers, and prayer.


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