Exodus – Moses Second Book

Introduction

The second book of Moses called Exodus, is a story of deliverance. When the Israelites were enslaved in Egypt, God heard their cries and rescued them. We can be confident that God still hears the cries of his people. Just as he delivered the Israelites from their captors, he delivers us from sin, death, and evil.

After crossing the Red Sea, the Israelite’s became quarrelsome and discontent. Like the Israelites, we find it easy to complain and be dissatisfied. Christians still have struggles, but we should never allow difficulties and unpleasant circumstances to turn us away from trusting God.

God revealed his law to the Israelites at Sinai. Through the law, they learned more about what God is like and how he expected his people to live. The law is still instructional for us, for it exposes our sin and shows us God’s standard for living.

Writer:

Moses

Date Written:

1450 – 1410 B.C., approximately the same as Genesis

To Whom Written:

The people of Israel

Purpose:

To record the events of Israel’s deliverance from Egypt and development as a nation.

Complete Outline

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