Map of the route Moses and the Israelites took during the Exodus from Egypt

Map of the Route of the Exodus of the Israelites from Egypt (Bible History Online)

Proof of the Exodus?   Almost forgotten, in the tiny museum of Isma’ilya, some 125 km northeast of Cairo, is an artifact that corroborates the Biblical Exodus. The museum curator does not realize its significance. It’s known as the “El Arish Stone”...

El Arish Stone - Almost forgotten, in the tiny museum of Isma’ilya, some 125 km northeast of Cairo, is an artifact that corroborates the Biblical Exodus. The museum curator does not realize its significance. It’s known as the “El Arish Stone”.

10 Commandments Foldable, primary activity, kids craft, LDS

Primary 6 Lesson 21 10 Commandments Foldable

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what happens when people who don't read the Bible draw the maps

This is how the three nations looked at the time of the exodus when Israel spent 38 years at Kadesh near Petra.  Israel asked permission of Edom and Moab to cross their territory to go north and cross the Jordan river into the promised land and was refused: "For when they came up from Egypt, and Israel went through the wilderness to the Red Sea and came to Kadesh, then Israel sent messengers to the king of Edom, saying, "Please let us pass

This is how three nations looked at the time of the Exodus when Israel spent

Pictured on this New Years card is the “illegal” immigration ship The Exodus 1947. The Exodus 1947 attempted to bring Jewish survivors to Ertetz Israel in 1947, only to be turned back to Europe by the British Mandate authorities and sent to Displaced Persons’ camps in Germany. The Exodus 1947 became an international symbol of the need for free Jewish immigration to Eretz Israel. The refugees remained in the camps until 1948, when the State of Israel was established.

Pictured on this New Years card is the “illegal” immigration ship The Exodus 1947. The Exodus 1947 attempted to bring Jewish survivors to Ertetz Israel in 1947, only to be turned back to Europe by the British Mandate authorities and sent to Displaced Persons’ camps in Germany. The Exodus 1947 became an international symbol of the need for free Jewish immigration to Eretz Israel. The refugees remained in the camps until 1948, when the State of Israel was established.

Did The Exodus Really Happen? - Historical Evidence of the Exodus ...

Historical, archeological, non-Biblical evidence and proof of the Exodus. Secular proof of the existence of Moses and the Israelites in Egypt.

Map of the Route of the Exodus of the Israelites from Egypt  (Bible History Online)

Map of the Route of the Exodus of the Israelites from Egypt (Bible History Online)

The Exodus Ship - what an incredible miracle! Port of Haifa, ISRAEL

The value of the Exodus story isn’t in its romanticism. It is in the impact it had on Jews around the world in understanding the need for a Jewish state, the fulfillment of the ancient dream that would soon become reality.

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