Discover the Book - Jan. 13, 2011

 

Exodus: The Way Out 

Join me in the Dark splendors of ancient Egypt. Stand with me amid Moses and Egyptian Plagues. Before him stretched the wonders of the Nile.

·         The forest of 50 to 70 foot red granite and limestone pillars ornately carved and painted with cartooshes and hieroglyphics was impressive.

·         To stand before the living god-Pharaoh himself was threatening.

·         To be eighty years old [as Moses was] and to face the most powerful King of the Ancient Near East World of that time would be overwhelming!

Below is a study guide to aide you in your study of Exodus.

EXODUS: The WAY OUT...

I.         The WAY OUT... OF BONDAGE [1-12]INTO FREEDOM, SHOWS GOD IS POWERFUL

            A.               A Prepared Servant [1-6]

B.               A Powerful Display [7-11] = Plagues

C.               A Permanent Reminder [12] = Passover

II.          The WAY OUT... OF IGNORANCE [13-24] INTO GOD'S LAW AND PROGRAM, THIS SHOWS GOD IS HOLY

A.               God Protected Them [13-15] = Red Sea

B.               God Provided for Them [16-18] = food & water

1.                Manna [16]

2.                Water [17]

C.               God Prepared Them [19-20]

THERE IS A  FULL SALVATION TO SEEK: God's offer was Salvation - God's plan was Substitution - God's method was the Sprinkling of Blood - God's promise was Sufficient - Sounds like simply receiving the gift of God in Christ!

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