Slavery and Deliverance
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The descendants of Joseph were known as _____ or Israelites.
The new Pharoah in Egypt was afraid that the Israelites would become _____.
The Pharoah made the Hebrews _____ and ordered all baby boys to the thrown in the river.
_____, a Hebrew woman, gave birth to a son and hid him among the reeds in the river.
Pharoah's daughter found Jochabed's son, adopted him, and named him _____.
Moses, while leading sheep across the desert, encountered _____ in a burning bush.
the Holy Spirit
Yahweh means _____'.
I am who I am
_____ is the most sacred name of God.
Because Pharoah would not let the Hebrew people leave Egypt, _____ came upon the land.
The Lord commanded the Hebrew people to prepare a special meal and mark their doorways with lamb's blood so that the next plague would _____ their homes.
The plague that passed over the Hebrew homes was a _____.
plague of death
swarm of locusts
The Israelites left Egypt, but Pharoah's warriors caught up with them at _____.
the Sea of Galilee
the Red Sea
the Jordan River
Moses stretched his hand over the water and _____ swept the sea with a strong wind, turning it into dry land.
_____, Moses' sister, led the Israelite women in dancing and praising the Lord.
The _____ is the story about God freeing the Israelites from slavery and leading them out of Egypt.
Acts of the Apostles
Exodus is the second book in the _____.
'I am who I am' means God is the _____.
God led the Israelites out of Egypt to the _____.
God delivers us from _____ and leads us to everlasting life.
God's greatest act of love was sending _____ into the world to save all people.
his Son, Jesus
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