The power of the final plagues.
Just as the Israelites maintained their faith through nine plagues, we too should develop our ability to have faith in times of darkness.
By teaching our children about the Exodus, we gain a greater appreciation and more profound understanding of it ourselves.
God brings the final three plagues on the Egyptians; the Israelites leave Egypt and receive the commandment to observe Passover.
Like the Israelites, modern Jews face the challenge of responsibly establishing new guidelines and directions for the Jewish community.
A clash illustrates the fundamental differences between paganism and monotheism.
Marking their doorposts with blood, the Israelites took the first step toward redemption, that of naming themselves as oppressed and determined to break free.
As the Israelites transition from being servants of Pharaoh to servants of God, they acknowledge that God will instruct them in how to best serve God.
The miraculous experience of the Exodus and redemption inspires us to seek the miraculous presence of God in our daily lives.