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Lesson 1 Intro To Exodus
EXODUS Week 1, Introduction   Today, we start what I think you will find to be an exciting, eye-opening, and (I hope) spirit-filled adventure into the 2nd book of the Torah……Exodus. And, to set the table for what it ...
Lesson 2 Chapter 1
Lesson 2 Chapter 1   Last week we discussed that the noted Hebrew Bible scholar, Everett Fox, chose a method to look at Exodus that involved dividing it into 6 divisions. Today, we enter the first of the divisions that he calls ...
Lesson 3 Chapter 2 and 3
Lesson 3 Chapters 2 and 3   Last week, the stage was set for us, and the actors were introduced. We were given the condition of the Israelites in Egypt…..as oppressed slave laborers……..and why they were in that ...
Lesson 4 Chapter 3
Lesson 4 Chapter 3 continued Last week we ended with Moses on his way to the backside, or the far side, of the wilderness of Midian. And, I made the case for you that the mountain where Moses would encounter the Burning Bush was NOT on the Sinai ...
Lesson 5 Chapter 4
Lesson 5 Chapter 4 Let’s continue our study of Exodus as we move, today, into chapter 4. Last time we met, we were in the midst of the Burning Bush theophany. I say theophany because indeed that kind of direct interaction between God and a man by ...
Lesson 6 Chapter 5 and 6
Lesson 6 Chapter 5, 6 This week we begin Exodus chapter 5; and I’m going to change up on you a bit. Usually I read from the Complete Jewish Bible, but this time I’ll read from a version called “The Scriptures”. And, it is for one reason ...
Lesson 7 Chapter 7
Lesson 7 Chapter 7 Last week Exodus chapters 5 and 6 began the preparation for the Lord to force Pharaoh to give up the Israelites and allow them to leave. Moses and Aaron were in Egypt, they had confronted Pharaoh with the mildest demand that ...
Lesson 8 Chapter 8 and 9
Lesson 8 Chapters 8 and 9 Last week we saw the plagues, or better “strokes” against Egypt, begin. The opening volley was that the Nile River was turned to blood. And, as we discussed, the Hebrew term for blood, dam, also denoted the color red, ...
Lesson 9 Chapter 10 and 11
Lesson 9 Chapters 10 and 11 We’re nearing the end of the strokes, or plagues, against Egypt that Abba has ordained in order that Pharaoh will agree to release the Hebrews from their bondage. So far, nothing’s worked. Pharaoh’s heart has ...
Lesson 10 Chapter 12
Lesson 10 Chapter 12 This chapter of Exodus is almost a book unto itself. Here, the festival, or ordinance, of the Passover, Pesach, is established. In fact, another God-ordained feast, the Festival of Unleavened Bread, is also laid out. The ...
Lesson 11 Chapter 12 and 13
Lesson 11 Chapters 12 and 13 Last week we saw that the King of Egypt finally released God’s people, but not until Egypt was decimated. The livestock was dead, the field and tree crops were destroyed, and now hundreds of thousands of Egyptian ...
Lesson 12 Chapter 13 and 14
Lesson 12 Chapters 13 and 14 Last week we viewed a documentary film that brought together information that has been known for centuries, with newer findings that shoot a lot of holes in the traditional route of the Exodus.  We certainly are not ...
Lesson 13 Chapter 15 and 16
Lesson 13 Chapters 15 and 16 At our introduction to the study of Exodus, we divided it up into 6 parts, simply for the sake of giving us a kind of structure to help us navigate through the various stages of Israel’s redemption from Egypt, ...
Lesson 14 Chapter 16
Lesson 14 Chapter 16 Last week we just started in our study of Exodus 16; this week we’re going to continue that study and talk about the provision of Manna to sustain Israel. But unlike the Sunday School version there is much more to this ...
Lesson 15 Chapter 17 and 18
Lesson 15 Chapters 17 and 18 As we leave behind the establishment of a daily food supply for the Israelites, something called Man hu (meaning “what is it?”), let’s move in to Exodus chapter 17. As the 17th chapter of Exodus opens, we have ...
Lesson 16 Chapter 18 and 19
Lesson 16 Chapters 18 and 19 Last week we got a little way into Exodus chapter 18, and ended where Moses’ father-in-law, Jethro (Yitro in Hebrew) brought Moses’ wife and 2 sons to him for a reunion. And, we find that much news had reached ...
Lesson 17 Chapter 20
Lesson 17 Chapter 20 The content of our study for this week, the next, and probably a few more after that is complex, at times controversial, and not for the feint of heart. But, if you will determine to focus your mind on what we’ll discuss, ...
Lesson 18 Chapter 20 cont 1
Lesson 18 Chapter 20 continued 1 Today we continue a deep and detailed look at what among the Church is labeled as The Ten Commandments. How could such a standard icon of the Christian Church as the 10 Commandments be labeled as controversial? ...
Lesson 19 Chapter 20 cont 2
  Lesson 19 Chapter 20 continued 2 Today we continue our extensive study of what is popularly known as The Ten Commandments of Exodus 20. Last week we studied two very controversial commands…..or more accurately translated, WORDS….that of ...
Lesson 20 Chapter 20 cont 3
Lesson 20 Chapter 20 continued 3 As we move forward in our study of the Decalogue, the Ten Commandments, we have finally moved past the more controversial parts and get into areas that are a bit more comfortable. So, you can relax. RE-READ ...
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