Moses convincing the Pharaoh to let the Israelites go
Let my people go.
God will punish the Egyptians with ten plagues until you let the Israelites go.
Listen! Every Israelite home shall be marked by blood of a sacrificed lamb.
This is when the pharaoh's daughter found the baby Moses in the basket floating in the Nile river. The image of the basket in the river resembles the Noah's Ark floating in the world wide flood.
The passing through the Red Sea
When the Pharoah makes the Israelites slaves, Moses wants his people to leave Egypt. He and his brother, Aaron, go to the Pharoah. As Moses' spokesman and prophet, Aaron warns the Pharoah about the ten plagues that God will send to the Egyptians.
The Sinai Covenant and the 40 years in the desert
The angels from God will passover the Israelite houses marked with the lamb blood. The angels will enter the Egyptian houses and kill all the first born male including the crown prince. The Israelite males are saved as Moses is saved at birth.
The Israelites are stopped by the Red Sea. However, Moses holds out his staff and separate the water, so the Israelites can cross the sea. The Egyptians follow them, but the water closes back and drown all of them.
Moses goes into the desert. God give Moses the Ten Commandments written on two stone tablets. The Israelites have to follow the Ten Commandments to keep their Covenant with God.