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The Second Book of Moses Called EXODUS.
Jesus is seen as: The Passover Lamb
-Bible Study Info-EXODUS, “going out,” records the redemption out of Egyptian bondage of the descendants of Abraham, and sets forth, in type, all redemption. It is therefore peculiarly the book of redemption. But as all redemption is unto a relationship with God of which worship, fellowship, and service are expressions, so Exodus, in the giving of the law and the provisions of sacrifice and priesthood, becomes not only the book of redemption, but also, in type, of the conditions upon which all relationships with God exist.

Broadly, the book teaches that redemption is essential to any relationship with a holy God; and that even a redeemed people cannot have fellowship with Him unless constantly cleansed from defilement.

In Exodus, God, hitherto connected with the Israelitish people only through His covenant with Abraham, brings them to Himself nationaIIy through redemption, puts them under the Mosaic Covenant, and dwells among them in the cloud of glory. Galatians explains the relation of the law to the Abrahamic Covenant. In the Commandments God taught Israel His just demands. Experience under the Commandments convicted Israel of sin; and the provision of priesthood and sacrifice (filled with precious types of Christ) gave a guilty peoplea way of forgiveness, cleansing, restoration to fellowship, and worship.

Exodus falls into three chief divisions:
1. Israel in Egypt (1.—15.).
2. From theRed Sea to Sinai (16.—18.).
3. Israel at Sinai (19.—40.).

The events recorded in Exodus cover a period of 216 years (Ussher).

Ref: The Scofield Reference Bible.

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42 Bible Studies for:  EXODUS
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1. EXODUS 1:1-22    Re-Start    -15
1981-08-30  S-P.M.     Outline   Subject(s)EXODUS 1:1-22

Israel in Egypt.
Egyptian bondage
2. EXODUS 2:1-25    Re-Start    -15
1981-09-06  S-P.M.     Outline   Subject(s)EXODUS 2:1-25

The preparation of the deliverer.
The birth of Moses.
Moses identifies himself with Israel.
Moses, rejected by his bretheren, takes a Gentile bride.
3. EXODUS 3:1-22    Re-Start    -15
1981-09-13  S-P.M.     Outline   Subject(s)EXODUS 3:1-22

The call of Moses: the burning bush.
The revelation of the name of Jehovah.
The commission of Moses.
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4. EXODUS 4:1-31    Re-Start    -15
1981-09-20  S-P.M.     Outline   Subject(s)EXODUS 4:1-31

Moses` two objections: .
1. The unbelief of the people.
2. His lack of eloquence.
Aaron joined with Moses.
The return of Moses to Egypt.
Deliverance announced to the elders of Israel.
5. EXODUS 5:1-23    Re-Start    -15
1981-09-27  S-P.M.     Outline   Subject(s)EXODUS 5:1-23

The contest with Pharaoh: the first demand. the increased burdens.
6. EXODUS 6:1-7:7    Re-Start    -15
1981-10-04  S-P.M.     Outline   Subject(s)EXODUS 6:1-7:7

The answer of Jehovah to Moses` first prayer.
The families of Israel.
The renewed commission.
7. EXODUS 7:8-25    Re-Start    -15
1981-10-11  S-P.M.     Outline   Subject(s)EXODUS 7:8-25

The contest with Pharaoh: the second demand. the first miracle.
The contest with Pharaoh: the third demand.
The contest with Pharaoh: the second miracle. the first judgment.
8. EXODUS 8:1-32    Re-Start    -15
1981-10-18  S-P.M.     Outline   Subject(s)EXODUS 8:1-32

The contest with Pharaoh: the fourth demand.
The contest with Pharaoh: the third miracle. the second judgment.
The fourth miracle.
The contest with Pharaoh: the fifth miracle. the third judgment.
The contest with Pharaoh: the fifth demand.
The contest with Pharaoh: the sixth miracle. the forth judgement.
The contest with Pharaoh: the first compromise refused.
The contest with Pharaoh: the second compromise refused.
The seventh miracle.
9. EXODUS 9:1-35    Re-Start    -15
1981-10-25  S-P.M.     Outline   Subject(s)EXODUS 9:1-35

The contest with Pharaoh: the sixth demand. the eighth miracle. the fifth judgment.
The contest with Pharaoh: the ninth miracle. the sixth judgment.
The contest with Pharaoh: the seventh demand.
The contest with Pharaoh: the tenth miracle. the seventh judgment.
10. EXODUS 10:1-29    Re-Start    -15
1981-11-01  S-P.M.     Outline   Subject(s)EXODUS 10:1-29

The contest with Pharaoh: the eighth demand.
The contest with Pharaoh: the third compromise refused.
The contest with Pharaoh: the eleventh miracle. the eighth judgment.
The contest with Pharaoh: the twelfth miracle. the ninth judgment.
The contest with Pharaoh: the king abandoned to judgement.
11. EXODUS 11:1-10    Re-Start    -15
1981-11-08  S-P.M.     Outline   Subject(s)EXODUS 11:1-10

The contest with Pharaoh: the judgment upon the firstborn foretold.
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12. EXODUS 12:1-36    Re-Start    -15
1981-11-15  S-P.M.     Outline   Subject(s)EXODUS 12:1-36

The contest with Pharaoh: Parenthesis - the Passover.
Redemption (typical): (1) by blood.
The memorial of redemption by blood.
The contest with Pharaoh: the tenth judgment. death of the firstborn.
13. EXODUS 12:37-51    Re-Start    -15
1981-11-22  S-P.M.     Outline   Subject(s)EXODUS 12:37-51

Redemption. (2) by power. the first stage of the journey.
14. EXODUS 13:1-22    Re-Start    -15
1981-11-29  S-P.M.     Outline   Subject(s)EXODUS 13:1-22

Parenthetical: The firstborn set apart for Jehovah.
Redemption: (2) by power. the second stage of the journey.
Redemption. (2) by power. the devine presence and guidance.
15. EXODUS 14:1-31    Re-Start    -15
1981-12-27  S-P.M.     Outline   Subject(s)EXODUS 14:1-31

Redemption: (2) by power. the third stage of the journey.
Redemption: (2) by power. Jehovah`s victor over pursuing Egypt.
Redemption: (2) by power. the fourth stage of the journey.
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16. EXODUS 15:1-27    Re-Start    -15
1982-01-03  S-P.M.     Outline   Subject(s)EXODUS 15:1-27

Redemption: Complete (1) by blood. (2) by power. the song of the redeemed.
Redemption: (2) by power: Jehovah`s victor over pursuing Egypt.
Redemption: (3) experience: the fifth stage of the journey.
Redemption: (3) experience: the sixth stage of the journey - how bitter becomes sweet.
Redemption: (3) experience: rest aftertrial.
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17. EXODUS 16:1-36    Re-Start    -15
1982-01-31  S-P.M.     Outline   Subject(s)EXODUS 16:1-36

Redemption: (3) experience. the seventh stage of the journey. hunger.
The manna: type of Christ the giver and sustainer of life.
The Sabbath given to Israel. type of Israel`s Kingdom
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18. EXODUS 17:1-16    Re-Start    -15
1982-02-07  S-P.M.     Outline   Subject(s)EXODUS 17:1-16

Redemption: (3) experience. the eighth stage of the journey. thirst.
Redemption: (3) experience. water from the rock. type of Christ, the giver of the Spirit.
Redemption: (3) experience. the conflict with Amalek.
19. EXODUS 18:1-27    Re-Start    -15
1982-02-14  S-P.M.     Outline   Subject(s)EXODUS 18:1-27

Redemption: (3) experience. leaning on the arm of flesh.
20. EXODUS 19:1-25    Re-Start    -15
1982-02-21  S-P.M.     Outline   Subject(s)EXODUS 19:1-25

Redemption: (3) experience. the ninth stage of the journey. Israel at Sinai.
Redemption: (3) experience. grace given up for law.
The Fifth Dispensation, Law.
Redemption: (3) experience. To a people under law, God is `in a thick cloud.` and unapproachable.
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