February 2 @ 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
An event every week that begins at 7:00 PM on Wednesday, repeating until March 2, 2022
Our last Bible Institute series was on the Minor Prophets. Now that we have completed that study, we will take the next six weeks to study the book of Exodus. At first glance, Exodus might not seem that exciting, however, we will gain a whole different perspective when understanding its historical and theological implication, not only pertaining to the Nation of Israel but also to the Gentile Nation.
Throughout this series we will explore and discuss how and why the Jewish people became a nation. We will identify the leader(s) of that nation and examine the challenges of not only the leaders for this nation but also the challenges of the nation itself. Moreover, we will analyze the Law given to this nation by God and their struggles with compliance.
Overview of the Book: Exodus tells the story of the birth of the nation of Israel through their deliverance from bondage in Egypt and the receiving of God’s instructions (Law), which were based on His covenant. The purpose and intent of developing and delivering this nation was to honor God and be an example to all other nations.
Outline For Exodus Series:
· Chapter 1 – Pharaoh’s Fears and Israel’s Faith
· Chapter 2 – Birth of Moses (Israel’s Deliverer).
· Chapter 3 – Call of Moses (The Burning Bush)
· Chapter 4 – Return of Moses to Egypt (Beating Around the Burning Bush)
· Chapter 5 – Contest with Pharoah (The Realty of Bondage)
· Chapter 12 – The Passover and the Plague on the Firstborn
· Chapter 13&14 – The Red Sea: Israel’s Deliverance and Egypt’s Defeat
· Chapter 15 (1-22) – Songs of Redeemed
· Chapter 15 (23-26) – Marah, Bitter Water Sweetened by A Tree
· Chapter 16 – Wilderness of Sing (Obedience Boot Camp)
· Chapter 17 – God’s Grace to Israel
· Chapter 18 – Jethro, Priest of Midian
· Chapter 19 – Arrival at Mt. Sinai (The Preamble to Israel’s Constitution)
· Chapter 20 – The Ten Commandments
· Chapter 21 thru 24 – Social legislation (Beyond the Ten commandments)