Exodus fourteen begins with God and ends with Him. Sandwiched in between are the people of God. Within that sandwich are seven major considerations, all of which are based on one fact: the children of Israel obeyed God and did what He instructed. Strict obedience to the will of God always yields voluminous success. Since the chapter is a recount of one of the most widely known events in history, often it is read with such familiarity that most of the seven items are not apparent--being submerged in the account itself.
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