Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
By faith they passed through the Red sea as by dry land: which the Egyptians assaying to do were drowned.
But Moses said, Keep where you are and have no fear; now you will see the salvation of the Lord which he will give you today; for the Egyptians whom you see today you will never see again.
Then Moses and the children of Israel made this song to the Lord, and said, I will make a song to the Lord, for he is lifted up in glory: the horse and the horseman he has sent down into the sea.
For we have had news of how the Lord made the Red Sea dry before you when you came out of Egypt; and what you did to the two kings of the Amorites, on the other side of Jordan, to Sihon and Og, whom you gave up to the curse.
By you the sea was parted before them, so that they went through the sea on dry land; and those who went after them went down into the deep, like a stone into great waters.
The sea was turned into dry land: they went through the river on foot: there did we have joy in him.
The sea was cut in two so that they might go through; the waters were massed together on this side and on that.
By his word the Red Sea was made dry: and he took them through the deep waters as through the waste land.
When Israel came out of Egypt, the children of Jacob from a people whose language was strange to them;
To him who made a way through the Red Sea: for his mercy is unchanging for ever:
And the Lord will make the tongue of the Egyptian sea completely dry; and with his burning wind his hand will be stretched out over the River, and it will be parted into seven streams, so that men may go over it with dry feet.
Awake! awake! put on strength, O arm of the Lord, awake! as in the old days, in the generations long past. Was it not by you that Rahab was cut in two, and the dragon Wounded?
Then the early days came to their minds, the days of Moses his servant: and they said, Where is he who made the keeper of his flock come up from the sea? where is he who put his holy spirit among them,
Was your wrath burning against the rivers? were you angry with the sea, that you went on your horses, on your war-carriages of salvation?