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Overview The book of Exodus by michaelbennett

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									Overview: The book of Exodus
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What is an “Exodus”?


• Let’s look at the morpheme that we
  find in:



                EXODUS
• What is it?
What other words begin with
“ex”?
•   Exempt      • What do all of these
•   Exceptional   words have in common?
•   Exclaim       – Underlying meaning of
•   Example         “O ” as in going
•   Exhaust          “O ” or taking
•   Exterior         “O ”
•   Expel
•   Explore
•   Extract
•   Extend
What other words begin with
“ex”?
•   Exempt      • What do all of these
•   Exceptional   words have in common?
•   Exclaim       – Underlying meaning of
•   Example         “OUT” as in going
•   Exhaust          “OUT” or taking
•   Exterior
                     “OUT”
•   Expel       • What then might you
•   Explore       conclude about the
•   Extract       meaning of “Exodus”?
•   Extend
“Exodus”


• It is the story of
  the nation of
  I          being
  taken out of
  E         .
“Exodus”


• It is the story of
  the nation of
  ISRAEL being
  taken out of
  EGYPT.
Why is this book important?


1. It is one of the original stories of God’s
   P       of R                  – that is,
   how God S                    His people.
Why is this book important?


1. It is one of the original stories of God’s
   PLAN of REDEMPTION – that is, how
   God S                   His people.
Why is this book important?


1. It is one of the original stories of God’s
   PLAN of REDEMPTION – that is, how
   God SAVED His people.
  –   In fact, it provides very important lessons
      of how God continues to R               us
      today!
Why is this book important?


1. It is one of the original stories of God’s
   PLAN of REDEMPTION – that is, how
   God SAVED His people.
  –   In fact, it provides very important lessons
      of how God continues to REDEEM us
      today!
Why is this book important?


2. It teaches about
   the P              ,
   the most
   significant event in
   the history of the
   nation of Israel!
Why is this book important?


2. It teaches about
   the PASSOVER, the
   most significant
   event in the history
   of the nation of
   Israel!
Why is this book important?


               3. It provides God’s
                  L        .
Why is this book important?


               3. It provides God’s
                  LAWS.
               4. It provides the
                  instructions for the
                  T              .
Why is this book important?


               3. It provides God’s
                  LAWS.
               4. It provides the
                  instructions for the
                  TABERNACLE.
The Exodus “Stage”


• What are the 5 stages of the Plan of
  Redemption?
  –   N
  –   N
  –   P
  –   E
  –   E
The Exodus “Stage”


• What are the 5 stages of the Plan of
  Redemption?
  –   NEED
  –   N
  –   P
  –   E
  –   E
The Exodus “Stage”


• What are the 5 stages of the Plan of
  Redemption?
  –   NEED
  –   NATION
  –   P
  –   E
  –   E
The Exodus “Stage”


• What are the 5 stages of the Plan of
  Redemption?
  –   NEED
  –   NATION
  –   PERSON
  –   E
  –   E
The Exodus “Stage”


• What are the 5 stages of the Plan of
  Redemption?
  –   NEED
  –   NATION
  –   PERSON
  –   EXPLANATION
  –   E
The Exodus “Stage”


• What are the 5 stages of the Plan of
  Redemption?
  –   NEED
  –   NATION
  –   PERSON
  –   EXPLANATION
  –   END


• And in which of these stages would we find
  Exodus?
Quiz Me!
• Alternating with the person across from
  you, together name all 5 stages.
The Exodus “Stage”


• We are now in the           stage of
  Bible history (Of 9 that we will study!).
The Exodus “Stage”


• We are now in the 3rd stage of Bible
  history (Of 9 that we will study!).
  –B
  –P
  –E
The Exodus “Stage”


• We are now in the 3rd stage of Bible
  history (Of 9 that we will study!).
  – BEGINNINGS
  –P
  –E
The Exodus “Stage”


• We are now in the 3rd stage of Bible
  history (Of 9 that we will study!).
  – BEGINNINGS
  – PATRIARCHS
  –E
The Exodus “Stage”


• We are now in the 3rd stage of Bible
  history (Of 9 that we will study!).
  – BEGINNINGS
  – PATRIARCHS
  – EXODUS
The Exodus “Stage”


• We will study 4 books in the Exodus
  period:
  –   E
  –   L
  –   N
  –   D
The Exodus “Stage”


• We will study 4 books in the Exodus
  period:
  –   EXODUS
  –   L
  –   N
  –   D
The Exodus “Stage”


• We will study 4 books in the Exodus
  period:
  –   EXODUS
  –   LEVITICUS
  –   N
  –   D
The Exodus “Stage”


• We will study 4 books in the Exodus
  period:
  –   EXODUS
  –   LEVITICUS
  –   NUMBERS
  –   D
The Exodus “Stage”


• We will study 4 books in the Exodus
  period:
  –   EXODUS
  –   LEVITICUS
  –   NUMBERS
  –   DEUTERONOMY
What will we find in these
books?


• Exodus and Numbers are the two
  H          books.
What will we find in these
books?


• Exodus and Numbers are the two
  HISTORY books.
• These books can be studied on the
  basis of their L         .
What will we find in these
books?


• Exodus and Numbers are the two
  HISTORY books.
• These books can be studied on the
  basis of their LOCATIONS.
   – There are      locations.
What will we find in these
books?


• Exodus and Numbers are the two
  HISTORY books.
• These books can be studied on the
  basis of their LOCATIONS.
   – There are 4 locations.
Historical Locations:


      • In E     :
Historical Locations:


      1. In EGYPT:
        • From your vast knowledge of the
          Scriptures, what key events take
          place here?
           Hebrew enslavement
           Story of Moses and Pharaoh
           The plagues
           The Passover
           The crossing of the Red Sea
Historical Locations:


2. At S   :
Historical Locations:


2. At SINAI:
  • And what events do
    we see taking place
    here?
     Giving of the L
Historical Locations:


2. At SINAI:
  • And what events do
    we see taking place
    here?
     Giving of the LAW
     Giving of the
      T
Historical Locations:


2. At SINAI:
   • And what events do
     we see taking place
     here?
      Giving of the LAW
      Giving of the
        TABERNACLE
      Israelites’ refusal to
        enter the
        P
        L        .
Historical Locations:


2. At SINAI:
   • And what events do
     we see taking place
     here?
      Giving of the LAW
      Giving of the
        TABERNACLE
      Israelites’ refusal to
        enter the
        PROMISED LAND.
Historical Locations:


3. In the W       :
Historical Locations:


3. In the WILDERNESS:
   More specifically,        years of
    wandering from Mt. Sinai to the River
    J        .
Historical Locations:


3. In the WILDERNESS:
   More specifically, 38 years of wandering
    from Mt. Sinai to the River
    J          .
Historical Locations:


3. In the WILDERNESS:
   More specifically, 38 years of wandering
    from Mt. Sinai to the River
    JORDAN.
Historical Locations:
4. On the eastern
   shore of the
   J            :
Historical Locations:
4. On the eastern shore
   of the JORDAN:
   Here Moses preaches
    his final sermon
    contained for us in
    the book of
    D                .
Historical Locations:
4. On the eastern shore
   of the JORDAN:
   Here Moses preaches
    his final sermon
    contained for us in
    the book of
    DEUTERONOMY.
   Here, Moses
    encourages the
    others to
    G      where he
    himself could not –
    the
    P
    L            .
Historical Locations:
4.    On the eastern shore of
      the JORDAN:
      Here Moses preaches
        his final sermon
        contained for us in
        the book of
        DEUTERONOMY.
      Here, Moses
        encourages the
        others to
        GO where he himself
        could not – the
        P
        L            .
Historical Locations:
4.    On the eastern shore of
      the JORDAN:
      Here Moses preaches
        his final sermon
        contained for us in
        the book of
        DEUTERONOMY.
      Here, Moses
        encourages the
        others to
        GO where he himself
        could not – the
        PROMISE LAND.
Quick Review!


• Turn to your
  shoulder buddy
  and alternate with
  each other sharing
  the 4 historical
  locations and one
  fact about each.
A Bit More Explanation Please!


• The books of Leviticus and
  Deuteronomy are books of
  E              .
A Bit More Explanation Please!


• The books of Leviticus and
  Deuteronomy are books of
  EXPLANATION.
The Book of Leviticus


• Leviticus:
  – Defines the L
    in greater detail.
The Book of Leviticus


• Leviticus:
  – Defines the LAW in
    greater detail.
  – Establishes the
    practices of the
    P            – the
    L            tribe.
The Book of Leviticus


• Leviticus:
  – Defines the LAW in
    greater detail.
  – Establishes the
    practices of the
    PRIESTS – the
    L            tribe.
The Book of Leviticus


• Leviticus:
  – Defines the LAW in
    greater detail.
  – Establishes the
    practices of the
    PRIESTS – the
    LEVITE tribe.
The Book of Deuteronomy


• Deuteronomy:
  – Moses’ final address
    (sermon) prior to his
    D             and
    the children of Israel
    crossing into the
    P            L     .
The Book of Deuteronomy


• Deuteronomy:
  – Moses’ final address
    (sermon) prior to his
    DEATH and the
    children of Israel
    crossing into the
    P             L    .
The Book of Deuteronomy


• Deuteronomy:
  – Moses’ final address
    (sermon) prior to his
    DEATH and the
    children of Israel
    crossing into the
    PROMISE LAND.
Trivia Time!!!


• If Moses didn’t lead
  his people into the
  Promise Land, who
  did?

  –Joshua!
The Book of Deuteronomy


• Deuteronomy:
  – Reviews past
    H              and
    challenges the
    Israelites to O
    and S         God
    alone.
The Book of Deuteronomy


• Deuteronomy:
  – Reviews past
    HISTORY and
    challenges the
    Israelites to O
    and S         God
    alone.
The Book of Deuteronomy


• Deuteronomy:
  – Reviews past
    HISTORY and
    challenges the
    Israelites to OBEY
    and S         God
    alone.
The Book of Deuteronomy


• Deuteronomy:
  – Reviews past
    HISTORY and
    challenges the
    Israelites to OBEY
    and SERVE God
    alone.
Quiz Time!   • Within your quad:
               – Name one thing that
                 you already knew
                 about today’s teaching
               – Name one thing that
                 you learned from
                 today’s teaching
               – Name one additional
                 fact from the book of
                 Exodus that you know
                 but which was not
                 discussed today in
                 class

								
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