Now, for the short conclusion of the Exodus story, we need 3 volunteers to play parts of Pharaoh, Moses, and the Narrator.
Pharaoh: Moses, Aaron, Rise up, get out from among my people, both you and the children of Israel. Narrator: And so did the Hebrew people, men, women, children, and their flocks leave Egypt after having dwelled there for four hundred and thirty years.
Moses: My People, remember this day, on which you came out from Egypt, out of the house of bondage. Pharaoh: I should not have set the children of Israel free! Charioteers! Horsemen! Go after the Hebrew people! We can catch them at the shores of the Red Sea!
Moses: Fear not my People!
Narrator: Moses stretched out his hand over the waters of the Red Sea. Then the waters of the Red Sea parted, and the Hebrew people crossed on dry land. Pharaoh: Follow them! Oh no! The waters are coming back! My charioteers and horsemen are drowning!
Narrator: And the children of Israel, free from slavery, began their long journey back to a land they had not seen in almost five hundred years.
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