Pharoah Orders the Persecution of the Male infants from Hebrew descent.
The Mother of Moses sends him down the Nile River
Promise me Lord that one day my son will return to me!
Moses is discovered by Pharoah's daughter.
Pharoah is very mad about the Israelite Population growing at an alarming rate, so worried of a revolt he orders that every Israelite newborn that is male, must be put to death.
Moses kills the Egyptian soldier and flees Egypt.
Aware of the persecution of the male infants of Israeli descent, Moses' mother puts Baby Moses in a basket and sends him down the Nile River, hoping he will survive and be in good hands.
Moses listens to God's command
But my Lord, I already have the perfect life and I don't want to go back to Egypt to relive my past mistakes.
Moses you must free my people from the Egyptians.
Pharoah! Let my people go!
By Miracle, Moses arrived at Pharoah's palace and was found by Pharoah's daughter. Pharoah's daughter adopts the boy from Hebrew descent and names him Moses.
Moses and Aaron visit Egypt to tell Pharoah to let the Israelites go
But on one wretched day when Moses was older, he defended an Israelite slave who was being tortured by an Egyptian soldier. Moses pushed the Egyptian soldier off a tall rafter and ends up killing him. Moses then flees Israel in the process.
Moses has a brand new life. A wife named Zipporah, a wise father-in-law named Jethro, Two trustworthy siblings in Aaron and his sister, and a new village to live in. But Moses sees a strange light in a cave. It was God's symbol of getting Moses to free the Israelites from the Egyptians. Moses was hesitant at first, but God persuaded him.
Don't worry about that I will protect you on your way.
Pharoah refused to free the Israelites from slavery, and so God cast 10 plagues on Egypt, with the passover being the real nail in the coffin for the Egyptians. Eventually, the Israelites defeat the Egyptians as a massive tidal wave hits the Egyptian army, and the Israelites return to the promised land. The End