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Exodus Series

Exodus Bible study series

Exodus 32: The Golden Calf

Exodus 32: The Golden Calf

Exodus 32 dives in deep to the roots of idolatry in the Israelite people. Their history is filled with idolatry and should be taken as a…

Exodus 31: The Sabbath

Exodus 31: The Sabbath

Exodus 31 teaches us about the history of the Sabbath Day. While we don’t necessarily hold to the Sabbath the same ways the Israelites did, there…

Exodus 24-30: The Tabernacle

Exodus 24-30: The Tabernacle

Exodus 24-30 covers the Tabernacle. There is so much here that is vital for us to learn and understand, and so much foreshadowing of what was…

Exodus 23: The Annual Feasts

Exodus 23: The Annual Feasts

Reviewing the Annual Feasts in Exodus 23 helps us to better understand the journey and struggles the Israelites endured after being delivered from slavery. Life was…

Exodus 23: Helping Others

Exodus 23: Helping others

After reviewing various laws about social responsibility and property, God also instructed his people in Exodus 23 about helping others and providing hospitality. There is a…

Exodus 19-21: 10 Commandments

Exodus 19-21: 10 Commandments

In Exodus 19-21 we see the 10 Commandments for the first time. These are detrimental to the people of Israel, and although we receive updates to…

Exodus 14-18: Deliverance

Exodus 14-18: Deliverance

Exodus 14-18 is where we get to see the beginning of the Israelite’s freedom, their incredible deliverance by God from slavery, and their reaction to the…

Exodus 10-13: Passover

Exodus 10-13: Passover

Exodus 10-13 covers the last few great plagues of Egypt, as well as the miraculous Passover to spare God’s faithful people. Why are the events of…

Exodus 5-9: The Great Plagues

Exodus 5-9: The Great Plagues

Exodus 5-9 covers the beginning of the great plagues of Egypt. Moses and Aaron have been appointed by God, and they have been pleading with Pharaoh…

Exodus 1-4: Moses & Aaron

Exodus 1-4: Moses & Aaron

Exodus begins after Joseph had died. The second book of the Pentateuch begins with Exodus 1-4 introducing us to Moses and Aaron, who would lead the…

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