Why the Exodus is important to the Israelite
- It marked the end of their suffering/ oppression in Egypt.
- It signified they were a special nation chosen by God.
- It was a fulfillment of the promises God had made to Abraham.
- It proved that God was more powerful than other gods/ supreme.
- It showed/ proved to them that Moses was a chosen leader of Israel as a nation.
- It made them understand the nature of God.
- It taught them that God needed obedience from human beings.
- They received the Ten Commandments which guided them in their relationship.