The 52 Greatest Stories of the Bible (Story #4): Birth of a Nation (Exodus 1–14)

Ken Boa takes us on a tour through the first 14 chapters of Exodus, tracing the deliverance of God’s people from the hands of the Egyptians through a reluctant servant named Moses. The exodus of the Jewish people out of Egypt and into the Promised Land did not happen quickly; in fact, God took His people the “long way,” the difficult route. That’s because this was as much about the process as it was about the outcome; as with us today, God was not just taking them somewhere, but He was making them someone in the process. After years of bondage, He had to teach His people how to trust Him and how to live.

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