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"God's existence in the trial is much better than exemption by the trial." - C.H. Mackintosh James 1 commands Christians to rely the trials we all face since pleasure. The Lord uses these trials to check our faith and also to strengthen our confidence in him. Throughout the story of Israel's Exodus from Egypt, the Old Testament provides an example of the way that God plans to be glorified during trials. The crossing of the Red Sea supplies "a special display of God's power," (Epp 50). The act in itself was a divine miracle that can't be explained by another force outside of God's power. God fulfills his promise of deliverance for his people out of Egypt not simply because he's loyal, but because his Lordship has to be revealed on Pharaoh and the Egyptians. God's guidance of his people throughout the demo of crossing the Red Sea demonstrates the love he needs for his people in their own willingness to act in their behalf. He shows his complete Lordship throughout the deliverance of his people from Egypt throughout the crossing of the Red Sea. God lets his people to face a trial therefore salvation may only be discovered in glory and him could only be given to him. Out of the oppression of the Israelites in Egypt, God brought forth Moses to become the deliverer of the people. Alive as Pharaoh's son for two years, moving to Midian upon hearing of his authentic roots, encountering Yahweh throughout the burning bush, God had been preparing his favorite person to lead the Israelites from captivity. God sent Moses on several events to command Pharaoh to set his people free. Pharaoh's heart was hardened repeatedly so the LORD inflicted ten plagues on the people of Egypt. A conflict between Egyptian gods and the God of the Israelites had started. This war reached its climax when the Angel of death kille...