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From the July 1962 issue of The Christian Science Journal

In the fourteenth chapter of Exodus it is recorded that in the course of their journey out of Egypt, the children of Israel found themselves in what appeared to be a desperate situation, for they had come to the Red Sea, and it seemed that they could proceed no further. They could not go back or stay where they were, for the Egyptian army was pursuing them and was fast overtaking them.