Ep 68 – The First Step Is the Hardest

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Today, we’ll be in verse 29 of Hebrews chapter 11, and this time, instead of Moses, we’ll be looking at the people he led ? the newly-freed Israelites. This verse deals with the well-known and much-debated story of the miraculous parting of the Red Sea. Over the centuries, there have those who have written this story off as either myth or a case of literary license. But the author of Hebrews believed it was a real-life event that revealed the actual faith of flesh-and-blood people like you and me. As amazing as the parting of the Red Sea might have been, the real miracle was that the people of God had the faith to step out and walk the path between those two walls of water. And the author of Hebrews makes it clear that they did so “by faith.”

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