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Your Personal Exodus

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It’s a few years old, but just as relevant today, as it was then.

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2 Responses to “Your Personal Exodus”

  1. Lisa Kamins says:

    Date for Seder Needs to be changed

  2. Paul Ringo says:

    There's only one thing wrong with the map. No crossing of the Gulf of Aqaba (Red Sea) in the wilderness. That 'crossing of the sea' that necessarily requires a great miracle is the passage from death into Life for us all. It's too bad that we've got to suffer and go through the torments of the wilderness but it's part of dying (to the old self) and walking into the 'land' of true love.

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