Where Did Moses Cross the Red Sea?

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Moses and the Israelites crossed the Red Sea at a place known as Nuweiba in Egypt. The Red Sea crossing site was found by Ron Wyatt. There are many chariot wheels, as well as human and horse bones at the site where the Israelites crossed the Red Sea.
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God did not want to take the Hebrews in the short way along the sea, because he thought that they will run back if they will have to fight. God took them through the desert, but still
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Moses crossed the red sea, to get to the other side. IT was to help him escape the
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The Lord parted the Red Sea, all the Israelites including Moses then crossed the Red Sea. After they finished crossing, the Lord then unparted the waters and the Pharasies army was
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probibly around 2 million. youre talking about 400 years in egypt so all the settlers during the famine in israel * 400 years. it is mathamatically possible
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