The book of Exodus contains the stories that have entertained people for many decades at the movies and on television, yet few people realize that the central event of the entire Old Testament is found in the book of Exodus: God's revelation as savior of his people. God to the Rescue is an excellent Bible study for groups who want to take a closer look at this primary theme that eventually reaches its fulfillment in Jesus of Nazareth. To do this, we need guidance and the right tools for discovery.
Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. As the Book of Exodus opens we find that the embryonic covenant nation, by the blessing of the Lord, has grown into a great multitude, so much so that it has become a threat to the world-power of that day, the empire of Egypt Ex.
Sinai, the mountain of God. There the Lord, true to His original covenant with Abraham Gen. The Book of Exodus climaxes with the covenant nation dwelling in the presence of the Lord at the foot of Mt.
But the divine promise made to Abraham that his descendants would possess the Promised Land of Canaan was yet to be fulfilled. The journey from Mt. Sinai, through the wilderness, to the border of Canaan is narrated in the fourth book of the Pentateuch, the Book of Numbers.
Inserted between Exodus and Numbers is the Book of Leviticus. As the nation stands at the brink of the Jordan River and prepares to enter the Promised Land of Canaan, the faithfulness of the Lord their God is re-iterated and the covenant is formally renewed in the fifth book of the Pentateuch, the Book of Deuteronomy.
Thus, in the words of W. By way of example, the Rabbis understood the words of Deuteronomy They only differed in opinion as to whether Moses wrote the whole work at once after his last address, or whether he composed the earlier books gradually, and then completed the whole by writing Deuteronomy and appending it to the previous four books C.
Children of the harim, especially male princes, were frequently educated under the supervision of the harim overseer.
At a later stage the princes were placed in the care of tutors who saw to it that their charges were educated by the priestly caste in reading and writing. In light of what Acts 7: The name, of course, is highlighting that great event in the book by which the Lord miraculously brought His people out of their Egyptian bondage in order to bring them into covenant with Himself as His own holy possession.
The concluding episode in Genesis At the time of his death, Joseph requested that his bones be carried up from Egypt.
When Israel finally left Egypt, the text Ex.
The content of the book may be outlined according to a number of differing schemes suggested by a variety of commentators; but perhaps that suggested by C. Keil most faithfully represents the overarching theme of the book. Now, after this interval of some years, the next stage in the execution of the divine plan of salvation is about to commence with the call of Moses and the establishing of the kingdom of God in Israel.
To this end 1 Israel was liberated from the power of Egypt and 2 was brought into covenant with the Lord to be the people of His possession. According to Keil, these two great facts form the kernel and essential substance of the book C.
The Bible Book of Exodus Study Guide: Understanding God's Word (66 Bible Books Overview) Feb 22, by Brian Gugas. Paperback. $ $ 5 99 Prime. FREE Shipping on eligible orders. In Stock. Kindle Edition. $ Read this and over 1 million books with Kindle Unlimited. $ $ 0 99 to buy. Get it TODAY, Nov 5. THE BOOK OF EXODUS. Some content used in this study guide has been adapted from the: ESV Study Bible (Crossway), copyright by Crossway, pages – Used by permission. through a clear, concise study of that book of the Bible. In this way, any given. BOOKS FIVE- EXODUS. STUDY GUIDE. 3. What does the title of this book allude to? What does it foreshadow? CHAPTER Orleanna. How does Ruth May’s death suddenly and irrevocably change Orleanna’s character and actions? Give specific examples. To whom is Orleanna speaking in this chapter? What theme does this emphasize?
Keil, The Pentateuch, Vol. Operating from this perspective, Keil sees the Book of Exodus as being divided into two distinct parts, each consisting of seven sections.
The first part chapters 1: The second part of the book chapters The Scripture passage of 1 Kings 6: Going back years prior to this date would place the Exodus in the year B.
As stated above, this would mean that the Exodus occurred during the reign of Amenhotep II B. That passage implies that the Hebrews were in bondage when the store cities of Pithom and Ramses were being rebuilt.
Archaeological excavations seem to suggest that those cities were rebuilt in the thirteenth century B. C, during the reign of Seti I B.
For further clarification, the student is referred to the accompanying time line. Excavations at the site of Avaris see map below revealed the reconstruction of the city under Seti I. Avaris was the old Hyksos capitol in the Nile Delta.For a more thorough description of the tabernacle, its furnishings, and references to it in the New Testament, see David Guzik's study guide on Exodus 26 and Exodus The Priests Feb 3.
Scott Grant: A Study Series in Exodus 29 lesson study of the Book of Exodus. Peninsula Bible Church. Peninsula Bible Church.
Bob Roe: Studies in the Life of Moses [ ] 14 lesson study. Moses figures prominently in the Book of Exodus. He is the author of the Pentateuch which includes the first five books of the Old Testament—Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy.
In the Book of Exodus, Moses’ life is divided into three forty–year periods. Guide includes: * A background Bible commentary for personal study and teacher preparation * A four-step weekly lesson plan with several teaching options * Reproducible activity and resource pages The thirteen Old Testament Bible stories covered in the God Protects His People in Egypt and the Exodus.
Exodus - Book 5, Chapters Summary & Analysis Leon Uris This Study Guide consists of approximately pages of chapter summaries, quotes, character analysis, themes, and more - everything you need to sharpen your knowledge of Exodus. FRANCIS ASBURY SOCIETY SPRING BIBLE STUDY – EXODUS Chapters 5 and 6 Background: The pharaohs were considered to be divine – the living image of the great god Amon-Re.
- “Hebrews” is used only in Egyptian and Philistine settings.