Four hundred and thirty years after their nation was enslaved by the Egyptians, Moses led the Hebrew Nation out of Goshen, headed to Succoth, which was the first stop on the path to the Promised Land.
How many times have you read of the Israelites and their forty-year journey from the land of Goshen to the Promised Land, and ultimately to Jerusalem? Many people overlook the stops and starts, the times they returned to places previously visited. Who can forget God telling the doubters they would never see the Promised Land? Along the way, the Israelites made forty-one stops, and in the process, a great many of them were denied entry because of their disbelief in God.