The phrase "7 Miracles of God that saved Israel" describes several Old Testament occurrences that are thought to have shown divine intervention and were crucial to the salvation and continued existence of the State of Israel.
Here are seven illustrations:
1. The Red Sea Parting
The Israelites were able to flee from Egyptian forces that were pursuing them when God, according to the Book of Exodus, miraculously separated the Red Sea. The Egyptians were drowned when the waters closed after they had passed safely.
2. The Manna from Heaven
Every morning, a supernatural food known as manna, which resembled bread, materialised for the Israelites during their wilderness trip by God.
3. Water from the Rock
God gave Moses the command to strike a rock in the desert to release water, which fed the entire community when the Israelites were hungry and without water.
4. The Battle of Jericho
The Book of Joshua recounts the Israelites' capture of the walled city of Jericho. God commanded the Israelites to march around Jericho's walls for seven days until the walls fell.
5. The Sun and Moon Standing Still
When Joshua prayed to God to make the sun and moon stand still during a critical battle with the Amorites, the daylight hours were essentially extended until victory was attained.
6. The Purim Miracle
The story told in the Book of Esther honours the Jewish people's escape from an attempted extermination in ancient Persia. The Jewish people were spared certain destruction thanks to Queen Esther's bravery and heavenly intervention.
7. The Rededication and Salvation of the Temple
The Hanukkah tale commemorates the Temple's rededication in Jerusalem. A single day's worth of pure oil is said to have miraculously burnt for eight days, signifying God's intervention and provision. The spiritual and historical identity of the state of Israel has been based on these miracles, which hold great significance in Jewish tradition.