We've got to get to Canaan. There is food and water there for us
I need to save the Hebrew people from the Exodus, but how?
Oh I got It!
Thank you for your help, Moses.
If you want to avoid being punished, put blood of the lamb on your doorway
The Patriarch Abraham made a covenant with God promising that if he and his family left Ur and traveled to Canaan, that one day, it would be his descendants' Promised land. Years later, a famine struck in Canaan. Abraham’s grandson, Jacob and his family fled to Egypt. As the Israelite grew more numerous the Pharaoh mistrustful of them and their monotheistic religion. Pharaoh enslaved them!!!
I demand for the Israelite's to leave Egypt, Now!
Moses was a Israelite who grew up in the Pharaoh's palace. Moses wanted to leave the palace because he felt that God was giving him a commandment to lead the Hebrews out of Egypt. The pharaoh refused several different times, Exodus describes terrible hardships that came to Egypt, like sicknesses and swarms of insects.
Sounds good to me.
We will stay here and wait for him to come.
Some of the Punishments that the Pharaoh and Egyptians experienced were illnesses, swarms of insects, and the worst and last one was for the every firstborn son in Egypt to be killed. Moses told the Israelites to avoid the punishment by marking their doorways with the blood of a lamb.
Here is Canaan, everybody.
The pharaoh demanded that the Israelite's leave Egypt.Moses led the Israelite's to the Sinai Peninsula, out of the Pharaoh’s reach. The Freedom of Hebrews is called The Exodus and is remembered during the week of Passover.
The Israelite's went to a place called the Sinai Peninsula and they stood at the foot of Mount Sinai while Moses went up to meet with God. Moses received the Ten Commandments from God, and in addition, Moses received many other Laws. This is important because the Ten Commandments and other laws told the Israelites how to behave toward God.
Joshua lead the Israelites into Canaan.After the defeat of Jericho the israelites started to go on to conquer several small kingdoms.