Then the Lord said to Moses, Stretch out your hand over the sea so that the waters may come back over Notice God "shook off" Pharaoh but didnt' kill him: "But He overthrew Pharaoh and his army in the Red Sea" (Psalm 1) The Hebrew word for "overthrew" is literally "shook off" and is metaphoric of ridding the Hebrews of Pharaoh's control.
It DOES NOT say that God , Nubia, Mesopotamia, Phoenicia, Cyprus, Asia Minor, Greek Archipelago.
The phrase “bring home the bacon” comes from the 12th century when a church in Dunmow, England offered a side of bacon to any man who could swear before God and the congregation that he had not fought or quarreled with his wife for a year and a day.
Any man that could "bring home the bacon" was highly respected in his community.
It derives from the French bako, Old High German bakko, and Old Teutonic backe, all of which refer to the back.
There are breeds of pigs particularly raised for bacon, notably the Yorkshire and Tamworth.
Unless this is another case of exaggeration like the Merneptah stele, it appears Thutmoses III had conquered the promised land at the time Israel was at Kadesh Barnea.