When the children of Israel, on their journey out of Egypt, found themselves surrounded by seemingly insurmountable obstacles, the Red Sea before them and the pursuing Egyptians behind them, they cried out against Moses for having induced them to start on this journey to freedom. But Moses was not dismayed by these threatening material conditions, nor by the Israelites' belief in and fear of them.
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