The Exodus, Author: Moses Date of writing: c, 1446 1406

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  • 1.1 The Exodus Author: Moses Date of writing: c. 1446-1406 BC Key truths: The Lord authorized Moses as Israel’s leader to bring the blessings of the deliverance from Egypt The covenant laws given by Moses were divinely authorized to lead to blessings for God’s people Moses’ regulations for worship at the tabernacle were divinely ordained to lead to blessings for God’s people Approximate date of the Exodus: 1440 BC
  • 2.2 United into a people
  • 3.3 The Exodus The Hebrews lived 400 years in Egypt, were fruitful, and prospered
  • 4.4 The Exodus The Hebrews lived 400 years in Egypt, were fruitful, and prospered A new Pharaoh made them slaves
  • 5.5 The Exodus The Hebrews lived 400 years in Egypt, were fruitful, and prospered A new Pharaoh made them slaves The Hebrews were ordered to kill their male children at birth
  • 6.6 The Exodus The Hebrews lived 400 years in Egypt, were fruitful, and prospered A new Pharaoh made them slaves The Hebrews were ordered to kill their male children at birth Moses, a Levite, was born, hidden, then found and raised by the daughter of Pharaoh (Exodus 2)
  • 7.7 The Exodus The Hebrews lived 400 years in Egypt, were fruitful, and prospered A new Pharaoh made them slaves The Hebrews were ordered to kill their male children at birth Moses, a Levite, was born, hidden, then found and raised by the daughter of Pharaoh When he grew up, Moses killed an Egyptian and had to flee
  • 8.8 The Exodus The Hebrews lived 400 years in Egypt, were fruitful, and prospered A new Pharaoh made them slaves The Hebrews were ordered to kill their male children at birth Moses, a Levite, was born, hidden, then found and raised by the daughter of Pharaoh When he grew up, Moses killed an Egyptian and had to flee Moses fled to Midian, married and had a son
  • 9.9 The Exodus The Hebrews lived 400 years in Egypt, were fruitful, and prospered A new Pharaoh made them slaves The Hebrews were ordered to kill their male children at birth Moses, a Levite, was born, hidden, then found and raised by the daughter of Pharaoh When he grew up, Moses killed an Egyptian and had to flee Moses fled to Midian, married and had a son The Lord appeared to Moses in a burning bush, calling him to rescue the Hebrews from Egypt (Exodus 3)
  • 10.10 The Exodus The Hebrews lived 400 years in Egypt, were fruitful, and prospered A new Pharaoh made them slaves The Hebrews were ordered to kill their male children at birth Moses, a Levite, was born, hidden, then found and raised by the daughter of Pharaoh When he grew up, Moses killed an Egyptian and had to flee Moses fled to Midian, married and had a son The Lord appeared to Moses in a burning bush, calling him to rescue the Hebrews from Egypt God demonstrated His power, and overcame Moses’ objections
  • 11.11 The Exodus The Hebrews lived 400 years in Egypt, were fruitful, and prospered A new Pharaoh made them slaves The Hebrews were ordered to kill their male children at birth Moses, a Levite, was born, hidden, then found and raised by the daughter of Pharaoh When he grew up, Moses killed an Egyptian and had to flee Moses fled to Midian, married and had a son The Lord appeared to Moses in a burning bush, calling him to rescue the Hebrews from Egypt God demonstrated His power, and overcame Moses’ objections Moses sets out – his son circumcised
  • 12.12 The Exodus The Hebrews lived 400 years in Egypt, were fruitful, and prospered A new Pharaoh made them slaves The Hebrews were ordered to kill their male children at birth Moses, a Levite, was born, hidden, then found and raised by the daughter of Pharaoh When he grew up, Moses killed an Egyptian and had to flee Moses fled to Midian, married and had a son The Lord appeared to Moses in a burning bush, calling him to rescue the Hebrews from Egypt God demonstrated His power, and overcame Moses’ objections Moses sets out – his son circumcised The lineage of Moses and his brother, Aaron (Exodus 6:14-27)
  • 13.13 The Exodus Moses and Aaron went to Pharaoh to relay God’s word: Let My People Go! (Exodus 5)
  • 14.14 The Exodus Moses and Aaron went to Pharaoh to relay God’s word: Let My People Go! Pharaoh wanted to keep his slave labor, refused to let God’s people go, and made their burden even harsher
  • 15.15 The Exodus Moses and Aaron went to Pharaoh to relay God’s word: Let My People Go! Pharaoh wanted to keep his slave labor, refused, made their burden even harsher Moses blamed, appeals to God who reassures him
  • 16.16 The Exodus Moses and Aaron went to Pharaoh to relay God’s word: Let My People Go! Pharaoh wanted to keep his slave labor, refused, made their burden even harsher Moses blamed, appeals to God who reassures him Moses (80) and Aaron (83) obey God, go before Pharaoh where God gives them a miracle (staff turned to snake)
  • 17.17 The Exodus Moses and Aaron went to Pharaoh to relay God’s word: Let My People Go! Pharaoh wanted to keep his slave labor, refused, made their burden even harsher Moses blamed, appeals to God who reassures him Moses (80) and Aaron (83) obey God, go before Pharaoh where God gives them a miracle (staff turned to snake) Pharaoh resists, God sends a series of Plagues:
  • 18.18 The Exodus Moses and Aaron went to Pharaoh to relay God’s word: Let My People Go! Pharaoh wanted to keep his slave labor, refused, made their burden even harsher Moses blamed, appeals to God who reassures him Moses (80) and Aaron (83) obey God, go before Pharaoh where God gives them a miracle (staff turned to snake) Pharaoh resists, God sends a series of Plagues: Water of the Nile turned to blood (Exodus 7:14-24)
  • 19.19 The Exodus Moses and Aaron went to Pharaoh to relay God’s word: Let My People Go! Pharaoh wanted to keep his slave labor, refused, made their burden even harsher Moses blamed, appeals to God who reassures him Moses (80) and Aaron (83) obey God, go before Pharaoh where God gives them a miracle (staff turned to snake) Pharaoh resists, God sends a series of Plagues: Water of the Nile turned to blood (Exodus 7:14-24) Plague of Frogs (Exodus 7:25-8:15)
  • 20.20 The Exodus Moses and Aaron went to Pharaoh to relay God’s word: Let My People Go! Pharaoh wanted to keep his slave labor, refused, made their burden even harsher Moses blamed, appeals to God who reassures him Moses (80) and Aaron (83) obey God, go before Pharaoh where God gives them a miracle (staff turned to snake) Pharaoh resists, God sends a series of Plagues: Water of the Nile turned to blood (Exodus 7:14-24) Plague of Frogs (Exodus 7:25-8:15) Plague of Gnats (Exodus 8:16-19)
  • 21.21 The Exodus Moses and Aaron went to Pharaoh to relay God’s word: Let My People Go! Pharaoh wanted to keep his slave labor, refused, made their burden even harsher Moses blamed, appeals to God who reassures him Moses (80) and Aaron (83) obey God, go before Pharaoh where God gives them a miracle (staff turned to snake) Pharaoh resists, God sends a series of Plagues: Water of the Nile turned to blood (Exodus 7:14-24) Plague of Frogs (Exodus 7:25-8:15) Plague of Gnats (Exodus 8:16-19) Plague of Flies (Exodus 8:20-24)
  • 22.22 The Exodus Moses and Aaron went to Pharaoh to relay God’s word: Let My People Go! Pharaoh wanted to keep his slave labor, refused, made their burden even harsher Moses blamed, appeals to God who reassures him Moses (80) and Aaron (83) obey God, go before Pharaoh where God gives them a miracle (staff turned to snake) Pharaoh resists, God sends a series of Plagues: Water of the Nile turned to blood (Exodus 7:14-24) Plague of Frogs (Exodus 7:25-8:15) Plague of Gnats (Exodus 8:16-19) Plague of Flies (Exodus 8:20-24) Plague of Dead Animals (Exodus 9:1-7)
  • 23.23 The Exodus Moses and Aaron went to Pharaoh to relay God’s word: Let My People Go! Pharaoh wanted to keep his slave labor, refused, made their burden even harsher Moses blamed, appeals to God who reassures him Moses (80) and Aaron (83) obey God, go before Pharaoh where God gives them a miracle (staff turned to snake) Pharaoh resists, God sends a series of Plagues: Water of the Nile turned to blood (Exodus 7:14-24) Plague of Frogs (Exodus 7:25-8:15) Plague of Gnats (Exodus 8:16-19) Plague of Flies (Exodus 8:20-24) Plague of Dead Animals (Exodus 9:1-7) Plague of Boils (Exodus 9:8-12)
  • 24.24 The Exodus Moses and Aaron went to Pharaoh to relay God’s word: Let My People Go! Pharaoh wanted to keep his slave labor, refused, made their burden even harsher Moses blamed, appeals to God who reassures him Moses (80) and Aaron (83) obey God, go before Pharaoh where God gives them a miracle (staff turned to snake) Pharaoh resists, God sends a series of Plagues: Water of the Nile turned to blood (Exodus 7:14-24) Plague of Frogs (Exodus 7:25-8:15) Plague of Gnats (Exodus 8:16-19) Plague of Flies (Exodus 8:20-24) Plague of Dead Animals (Exodus 9:1-7) Plague of Boils (Exodus 9:8-12) Plague of Hail (Exodus 9:13-26)
  • 25.25 The Exodus Pharaoh promises to let Israel go, then reneges
  • 26.26 The Exodus Pharaoh promises to let Israel go, then reneges God reveals the reason for the Plagues: to Glorify His Name
  • 27.27 The Exodus Pharaoh promises to let Israel go, then reneges God reveals the reason for the Plagues: to Glorify His Name Pharaoh would let only the men go; God sends a Plague of Locusts (Exodus 10:12-20)
  • 28.28 The Exodus Pharaoh promises to let Israel go, then reneges God reveals the reason for the Plagues: to Glorify His Name Pharaoh would let only the men go; God sends a Plague of Locusts (Exodus 10:12-20) God hardens Pharaoh’s heart; again he refuses. God sends a Plague of Darkness (Exodus 10:21-23)
  • 29.29 The Exodus Pharaoh promises to let Israel go, then reneges God reveals the reason for the Plagues: to Glorify His Name Pharaoh would let only the men go; God sends a Plague of Locusts (Exodus 10:12-20) God hardens Pharaoh’s heart; again he refuses. God sends a Plague of Darkness (Exodus 10:21-23) Pharaoh threatens Moses (Exodus 10:28)
  • 30.30 The Exodus Pharaoh promises to let Israel go, then reneges God reveals the reason for the Plagues: to Glorify His Name Pharaoh would let only the men go; God sends a Plague of Locusts (Exodus 10:12-20) God hardens Pharaoh’s heart; again he refuses. God sends a Plague of Darkness (Exodus 10:21-23) Pharaoh threatens Moses (Exodus 10:28) The Egyptians give valuables to the Israelites (Exodus 11:1-3)
  • 31.31 The Exodus Pharaoh promises to let Israel go, then reneges God reveals the reason for the Plagues: to Glorify His Name Pharaoh would let only the men go; God sends a Plague of Locusts (Exodus 10:12-20) God hardens Pharaoh’s heart; again he refuses. God sends a Plague of Darkness (Exodus 10:21-23) Pharaoh threatens Moses (Exodus 10:28) The Egyptians give valuables to the Israelites (Exodus 11:1-3) Moses prophesies that Pharaoh will release the Hebrews after one final plague: the death of the first-born son (Exodus 11:4-8)
  • 32.32 The Exodus Pharaoh promises to let Israel go, then reneges God reveals the reason for the Plagues: to Glorify His Name Pharaoh would let only the men go; God sends a Plague of Locusts (Exodus 10:12-20) God hardens Pharaoh’s heart; again he refuses. God sends a Plague of Darkness (Exodus 10:21-23) Pharaoh threatens Moses (Exodus 10:28) The Egyptians give valuables to the Israelites (Exodus 11:1-3) Moses prophesies that Pharaoh will release the Hebrews after one final plague: the death of the first-born son (Exodus 11:4-8) God tells Moses that Pharaoh, even after all the miracles, had refused because it was God’s will – for God’s glory
  • 33.33 The Exodus God initiates the Passover (Exodus 12)
  • 34.34 The Exodus God initiates the Passover (Exodus 12) Instructions for Observance
  • 35.35 The Exodus God initiates the Passover (Exodus 12) Instructions for Observance An annual celebration – a lasting ordinance
  • 36.36 The Exodus God initiates the Passover (Exodus 12) Instructions for Observance An annual celebration – a lasting ordinance At midnight, the plague strikes the firstborn of the Pharaoh, the firstborn of all the Egyptians, the firstborn of their livestock
  • 37.37 The Exodus God initiates the Passover (Exodus 12) Instructions for Observance An annual celebration – a lasting ordinance At midnight, the plague strikes the firstborn of the Pharaoh, the firstborn of all the Egyptians, the firstborn of their livestock The Pharaoh finally relents, tells Moses to depart
  • 38.38 The Exodus God initiates the Passover (Exodus 12) Instructions for Observance An annual celebration – a lasting ordinance At midnight, the plague strikes the firstborn of the Pharaoh, the firstborn of all the Egyptians, the firstborn of their livestock The Pharaoh finally relents, tells Moses to depart The fearful people of Egypt help the Israelites prepare to leave
  • 39.39 The Exodus God initiates the Passover (Exodus 12) Instructions for Observance An annual celebration – a lasting ordinance At midnight, the plague strikes the firstborn of the Pharaoh, the firstborn of all the Egyptians, the firstborn of their livestock The Pharaoh finally relents, tells Moses to depart The fearful people of Egypt help the Israelites prepare to leave The Exodus begins. The Israelites had been in Egypt 430 years. The year of the Exodus is 1446 BC.
  • 40.40 The Exodus God initiates the Passover (Exodus 12) Instructions for Observance An annual celebration – a lasting ordinance At midnight, the plague strikes the firstborn of the Pharaoh, the firstborn of all the Egyptians, the firstborn of their livestock The Pharaoh finally relents, tells Moses to depart The fearful people of Egypt help the Israelites prepare to leave The Exodus begins. The Israelites had been in Egypt 430 years. The year of the Exodus is 1446 BC. God requires the first-born of Israel (Exodus 13:1,2,11-16)
  • 41.41 The Exodus God initiates the Passover (Exodus 12) Instructions for Observance An annual celebration – a lasting ordinance At midnight, the plague strikes the firstborn of the Pharaoh, the firstborn of all the Egyptians, the firstborn of their livestock The Pharaoh finally relents, tells Moses to depart The fearful people of Egypt help the Israelites prepare to leave The Exodus begins. The Israelites had been in Egypt 430 years. The year of the Exodus is 1446 BC. God requires the first-born of Israel (Exodus 13:1,2,11-16) The Feast of Unleavened bread is initiated by God, a remembrance (Exodus 13:3-10)
  • 42.42
  • 43.43 The Exodus God initiates the Passover (Exodus 12) Instructions for Observance An annual celebration – a lasting ordinance At midnight, the plague strikes the firstborn of the Pharaoh, the firstborn of all the Egyptians, the firstborn of their livestock The Pharaoh finally relents, tells Moses to depart The fearful people of Egypt help the Israelites prepare to leave The Exodus begins. The Israelites had been in Egypt 430 years. The year of the Exodus is 1446 BC. God requires the first-born of Israel (Exodus 13:1,2,11-16) The Feast of Unleavened bread is initiated by God, a remembrance (Exodus 13:3-10) God leads Israel by cloud and by fire (Exodus 13:17-22)
  • 44.44 The Exodus God initiates the Passover (Exodus 12) Instructions for Observance An annual celebration – a lasting ordinance At midnight, the plague strikes the firstborn of the Pharaoh, the firstborn of all the Egyptians, the firstborn of their livestock The Pharaoh finally relents, tells Moses to depart The fearful people of Egypt help the Israelites prepare to leave The Exodus begins. The Israelites had been in Egypt 430 years. The year of the Exodus is 1446 BC. God requires the first-born of Israel (Exodus 13:1,2,11-16) The Feast of Unleavened bread is initiated by God, a remembrance (Exodus 13:3-10) God leads Israel by cloud and by fire (Exodus 13:17-22) Not by the shorter, easier route (Exodus 13:17,18)
  • 45.45 The Exodus God initiates the Passover (Exodus 12) Instructions for Observance An annual celebration – a lasting ordinance At midnight, the plague strikes the firstborn of the Pharaoh, the firstborn of all the Egyptians, the firstborn of their livestock The Pharaoh finally relents, tells Moses to depart The fearful people of Egypt help the Israelites prepare to leave The Exodus begins. The Israelites had been in Egypt 430 years. The year of the Exodus is 1446 BC. God requires the first-born of Israel (Exodus 13:1,2,11-16) The Feast of Unleavened bread is initiated by God, a remembrance (Exodus 13:3-10) God leads Israel by cloud and by fire (Exodus 13:17-22) Not by the shorter, easier route (Exodus 13:17,18) Armed for war (Exodus 13:18)
  • 46.46 The Exodus
  • 47.47 The Exodus
  • 48.48 The Hebrew Calendar
  • 49.49 The Exodus Pharaoh’s last pursuit of the Israelites (Exodus 14)
  • 50.50 The Exodus Pharaoh’s last pursuit of the Israelites (Exodus 14) Pharaoh’s heart hardened by the Lord, for His glory
  • 51.51 The Exodus Pharaoh’s last pursuit of the Israelites (Exodus 14) Pharaoh’s heart hardened by the Lord, for His glory Pharaoh pursues with 600 chariots
  • 52.52 The Exodus Pharaoh’s last pursuit of the Israelites (Exodus 14) Pharaoh’s heart hardened by the Lord, for His glory Pharaoh pursues with 600 chariots Moses divides the waters (Exodus 14:15-22)
  • 53.53 The Exodus Pharaoh’s last pursuit of the Israelites (Exodus 14) Pharaoh’s heart hardened by the Lord, for His glory Pharaoh pursues with 600 chariots Moses divides the waters (Exodus 14:15-22) The Egyptians confused (Exodus 14:23-25)
  • 54.54 The Exodus Pharaoh’s last pursuit of the Israelites (Exodus 14) Pharaoh’s heart hardened by the Lord, for His glory Pharaoh pursues with 600 chariots Moses divides the waters (Exodus 14:15-22) The Egyptians confused (Exodus 14:23-25) The waters cover the Egyptians (Exodus 14:26-28)
  • 55.55 The Exodus Pharaoh’s last pursuit of the Israelites (Exodus 14) Pharaoh’s heart hardened by the Lord, for His glory Pharaoh pursues with 600 chariots Moses divides the waters (Exodus 14:15-22) The Egyptians confused (Exodus 14:23-25) The waters cover the Egyptians (Exodus 14:26-28) The Israelites pass through the seas on dry land
  • 56.56 The Exodus Moses and the Israelites sing to the Lord (Exodus 15:1-18)
  • 57.57 The Exodus Moses and the Israelites sing to the Lord (Exodus 15:1-18) From the Red Sea to the Desert of Shur (Exodus 15:19-24)
  • 58.58 The Exodus Moses and the Israelites sing to the Lord (Exodus 15:1-18) From the Red Sea to the Desert of Shur (Exodus 15:19-24) The Lord supplies water at Marah and Elim (Exodus 15:25-27)
  • 59.59 The Exodus
  • 60.60 The Exodus Moses and the Israelites sing to the Lord (Exodus 15:1-18) From the Red Sea to the Desert of Shur (Exodus 15:19-24) The Lord supplies water at Marah and Elim (Exodus 15:25-27) The Lord supplies manna and quail (Exodus 16)
  • 61.61 The Exodus Moses and the Israelites sing to the Lord (Exodus 15:1-18) From the Red Sea to the Desert of Shur (Exodus 15:19-24) The Lord supplies water at Marah and Elim (Exodus 15:25-27) The Lord supplies manna and quail (Exodus 16) The people grumble against their leaders (Exodus 16:2-3)
  • 62.62 The Exodus Moses and the Israelites sing to the Lord (Exodus 15:1-18) From the Red Sea to the Desert of Shur (Exodus 15:19-24) The Lord supplies water at Marah and Elim (Exodus 15:25-27) The Lord supplies manna and quail (Exodus 16) The people grumble against their leaders (Exodus 16:2-3) Provisions on six days, none on the Sabbath: the Sabbath Rest instituted (Exodus 16:21-26, 29-30)
  • 63.63 The Exodus Moses and the Israelites sing to the Lord (Exodus 15:1-18) From the Red Sea to the Desert of Shur (Exodus 15:19-24) The Lord supplies water at Marah and Elim (Exodus 15:25-27) The Lord supplies manna and quail (Exodus 16) The people grumble against their leaders (Exodus 16:2-3) Provisions on six days, none on the Sabbath: the Sabbath Rest instituted (Exodus 16:21-26, 29-30) The people unwilling to be obedient to the Lord
  • 64.64 The Exodus Moses and the Israelites sing to the Lord (Exodus 15:1-18) From the Red Sea to the Desert of Shur (Exodus 15:19-24) The Lord supplies water at Marah and Elim (Exodus 15:25-27) The Lord supplies manna and quail (Exodus 16) The people grumble against their leaders (Exodus 16:2-3) Provisions on six days, none on the Sabbath: the Sabbath Rest instituted (Exodus 16:21-26, 29-30) The people unwilling to be obedient to the Lord An omer of manna for a testimonial (memorial) to the Lord
  • 65.65 The Exodus Moses and the Israelites sing to the Lord (Exodus 15:1-18) From the Red Sea to the Desert of Shur (Exodus 15:19-24) The Lord supplies water at Marah and Elim (Exodus 15:25-27) The Lord supplies manna and quail (Exodus 16) The people grumble against their leaders (Exodus 16:2-3) Provisions on six days, none on the Sabbath: the Sabbath Rest instituted (Exodus 16:21-26, 29-30) The people unwilling to be obedient to the Lord An omer of manna for a testimonial (memorial) to the Lord At God’s direction, Moses provides water from a rock (Exodus 17:1-7)
  • 66.66 The Exodus Moses and the Israelites sing to the Lord (Exodus 15:1-18) From the Red Sea to the Desert of Shur (Exodus 15:19-24) The Lord supplies water at Marah and Elim (Exodus 15:25-27) The Lord supplies manna and quail (Exodus 16) The people grumble against their leaders (Exodus 16:2-3) Provisions on six days, none on the Sabbath: the Sabbath Rest instituted (Exodus 16:21-26, 29-30) The people unwilling to be obedient to the Lord An omer of manna for a testimonial (memorial) to the Lord At God’s direction, Moses provides water from a rock (Exodus 17:1-7) The Amalekites defeated; Moses hands upraised for victory
  • 67.67 The Exodus
  • 68.68 The Exodus Moses’ family:
  • 69.69 The Exodus Moses’ family: wife Zipporah, daughter of Jethro, priest of Midian (Exodus 2:21)
  • 70.70 The Exodus Moses’ family: Wife Zipporah (Exodus 2:21) Son Gershom (“an alien there”) (Exodus 2:22; 4:20, 25-26)
  • 71.71 The Exodus Moses’ family: Wife Zipporah (Exodus 2:21) Son Gershom (“an alien there”) (Exodus 2:22; 4:20, 25-26) Son Eliezer (“my God is helper”)
  • 72.72 The Exodus Moses’ family: wife Zipporah (Exodus 2:21) son Gershom (“an alien there”) (Exodus 2:22; 4:20, 25-26) Son Eliezer (“my God is helper”) Moses’ father-in-law, Jethro the Midianite, gives good counsel regarding the judging of the people (Exodus 18:13-26)
  • 73.73 The Exodus The Israelites camped at Mount Sinai (Exodus 19)
  • 74.74 The Exodus The Israelites camped at Mount Sinai (Exodus 19) God proposes a Covenant, the people agree (Exodus 19:3-9)
  • 75.75 The Exodus The Israelites camped at Mount Sinai (Exodus 19) God proposes a Covenant, the people agree (Exodus 19:3-9) God’s people are consecrated (Exodus 19:10-15)
  • 76.76 The Exodus The Israelites camped at Mount Sinai (Exodus 19) God proposes a Covenant, the people agree (Exodus 19:3-9) God’s people are consecrated (Exodus 19:10-15) Moses meets the Lord on the mountain (Exodus 19:16-25)
  • 77.77 The Exodus The Israelites camped at Mount Sinai (Exodus 19) God proposes a Covenant, the people agree (Exodus 19:3-9) God’s people are consecrated (Exodus 19:10-15) Moses meets the Lord on the mountain (Exodus 19:16-25) The Ten Commandments (Exodus 20:1-17)
  • 78.78
  • 79.79 The Exodus The Ten Commandments (Exodus 20:1-17; WLC 91-152) Thou shalt have no other gods before me (Q 103) Thou shalt not make any graven images (Q 107) Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain (Q 111) Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy (Q 115) Honor thy father and thy mother (Q 123) Thou shalt not kill (Q 134) Thou shalt not commit adultery Q 137) Thou shalt not steal (Q 141) Thou shalt not bear false witness (Q 143)
  • 80.80 The Exodus The Israelites camped at Mount Sinai (Exodus 19) God proposes a Covenant, the people agree (Exodus 19:3-9) God’s people are consecrated (Exodus 19:10-15) Moses meets the Lord on the mountain (Exodus 19:16-25) The Ten Commandments (Exodus 20:1-17) Laws given to the people (Exodus 21:1-23:19)
  • 81.81 The Exodus The Israelites camped at Mount Sinai (Exodus 19) God proposes a Covenant, the people agree (Exodus 19:3-9) God’s people are consecrated (Exodus 19:10-15) Moses meets the Lord on the mountain (Exodus 19:16-25) The Ten Commandments (Exodus 20:1-17) Laws given to the people (Exodus 21:1-23:19) The nation of Israel to be a theocracy, governed by God Himself
  • 82.82 The Exodus The Israelites camped at Mount Sinai (Exodus 19) God proposes a Covenant, the people agree (Exodus 19:3-9) God’s people are consecrated (Exodus 19:10-15) Moses meets the Lord on the mountain (Exodus 19:16-25) The Ten Commandments (Exodus 20:1-17) Laws given to the people (Exodus 21:1-23:19) The nation of Israel to be a theocracy, governed by God Himself The Covenant confirmed (Exodus 24:1-8) with blood
  • 83.83 The Exodus The Israelites camped at Mount Sinai (Exodus 19) God proposes a Covenant, the people agree (Exodus 19:3-9) God’s people are consecrated (Exodus 19:10-15) Moses meets the Lord on the mountain (Exodus 19:16-25) The Ten Commandments (Exodus 20:1-17) Laws given to the people (Exodus 21:1-23:19) The nation of Israel to be a theocracy, governed by God Himself The Covenant confirmed (Exodus 24:1-8) with blood Moses called up on the Mountain (Exodus 24:12-18) for 40 days
  • 84.84 The Exodus The Israelites camped at Mount Sinai (Exodus 19) God proposes a Covenant, the people agree (Exodus 19:3-9) God’s people are consecrated (Exodus 19:10-15) Moses meets the Lord on the mountain (Exodus 19:16-25) The Ten Commandments (Exodus 20:1-17) Laws given to the people (Exodus 21:1-23:19) The nation of Israel to be a theocracy, governed by God Himself The Covenant confirmed (Exodus 24:1-8) with blood Moses called up on the Mountain (Exodus 24:12-18) for 40 days Directions for offering and worship (Exodus 25:1-7)
  • 85.85 The Exodus The Israelites camped at Mount Sinai (Exodus 19) God proposes a Covenant, the people agree (Exodus 19:3-9) God’s people are consecrated (Exodus 19:10-15) Moses meets the Lord on the mountain (Exodus 19:16-25) The Ten Commandments (Exodus 20:1-17) Laws given to the people (Exodus 21:1-23:19) The nation of Israel to be a theocracy, governed by God Himself The Covenant confirmed (Exodus 24:1-8) with blood Moses called up on the Mountain (Exodus 24:12-18) for 40 days Directions for offering and worship (Exodus 25:1-7) First mention of the Tabernacle (Exodus 25:8-9)
  • 86.86 The Exodus The Israelites camped at Mount Sinai (Exodus 19) God proposes a Covenant, the people agree (Exodus 19:3-9) God’s people are consecrated (Exodus 19:10-15 Moses meets the Lord on the mountain (Exodus 19:16-25) The Ten Commandments (Exodus 20:1-17) Laws given to the people (Exodus 21:1-23:19) The nation of Israel to be a theocracy, governed by God Himself The Covenant confirmed (Exodus 24:1-8) with blood Moses called up on the Mountain (Exodus 24:12-18) for 40 days Directions for offering and worship (Exodus 25:1-7) First mention of the Tabernacle (Exodus 25:8-9) Instructions for the Ark of the Covenant (Exodus 25:10-22)
  • 87.87 The Exodus The Israelites camped at Mount Sinai (Exodus 19) God proposes a Covenant, the people agree (Exodus 19:3-9) God’s people are consecrated (Exodus 19:10-15) Moses meets the Lord on the mountain (Exodus 19:16-25) The Ten Commandments (Exodus 20:1-17) Laws given to the people (Exodus 21:1-23:19) The nation of Israel to be a theocracy, governed by God Himself The Covenant confirmed (Exodus 24:1-8) with blood Moses called up on the Mountain (Exodus 24:12-18) for 40 days Directions for offering and worship (Exodus 25:1-7) First mention of the Tabernacle (Exodus 25:8-9) Instructions for the Ark of the Covenant (Exodus 25:10-22) Construction of the Table (v. 23-30) and the Lampstand (v. 31-40)
  • 88.88 The Exodus The Israelites camped at Mount Sinai (Exodus 19) God proposes a Covenant, the people agree (Exodus 19:3-9) God’s people are consecrated (Exodus 19:10-15 Moses meets the Lord on the mountain (Exodus 19:16-25) The Ten Commandments (Exodus 20:1-17) Laws given to the people (Exodus 21:1-23:19) The nation of Israel to be a theocracy, governed by God Himself The Covenant confirmed (Exodus 24:1-8) with blood Moses called up on the Mountain (Exodus 24:12-18) for 40 days Directions for offering and worship (Exodus 25:1-7) First mention of the Tabernacle (Exodus 25:8-9) Instructions for the Ark of the Covenant (Exodus 25:10) Construction of the Table (v. 23) and the Lampstand (v. 31) Layout and construction of the Tabernacle (Exodus 26:1-30)
  • 89.89
  • 90.90
  • 91.91 The Exodus Moses called up on the Mountain (Exodus 24:12-18) for 40 days Directions for offering and worship (Exodus 25:1-7) First mention of the Tabernacle (Exodus 25:8-9) Instructions for the Ark of the Covenant (Exodus 25:10) Construction of the Table (v. 23) and the Lampstand (v. 31) Layout and construction of the Tabernacle (Exodus 26) Design of the Altar of Burnt Offering (Exodus 27)
  • 92.92 The Exodus Moses called up on the Mountain (Exodus 24:12-18) for 40 days Directions for offering and worship (Exodus 25:1-7) First mention of the Tabernacle (Exodus 25:8-9) Instructions for the Ark of the Covenant (Exodus 25:10) Construction of the Table (v. 23) and the Lampstand (v. 31) Layout and construction of the Tabernacle (Exodus 26) Design of the Altar of Burnt Offering (Exodus 27) Garments for the Priests (Exodus 28)
  • 93.93 The Exodus Moses called up on the Mountain (Exodus 24:12-18) for 40 days Directions for offering and worship (Exodus 25:1-7) First mention of the Tabernacle (Exodus 25:8-9) Instructions for the Ark of the Covenant (Exodus 25:10) Construction of the Table (v. 23) and the Lampstand (v. 31) Layout and construction of the Tabernacle (Exodus 26) Design of the Altar of Burnt Offering (Exodus 27) Garments for the Priests (Exodus 28) The Ephod
  • 94.94
  • 95.95 The Exodus Moses called up on the Mountain (Exodus 24:12-18) for 40 days Directions for offering and worship (Exodus 25:1-7) First mention of the Tabernacle (Exodus 25:8-9) Instructions for the Ark of the Covenant (Exodus 25:10) Construction of the Table (v. 23) and the Lampstand (v. 31) Layout and construction of the Tabernacle (Exodus 26) Design of the Altar of Burnt Offering (Exodus 27) Garments for the Priests (Exodus 28) The Ephod The Breastpiece with the Umin and Thumin – for decisions
  • 96.96 The Exodus Moses called up on the Mountain (Exodus 24:12-18) for 40 days Directions for offering and worship (Exodus 25:1-7) First mention of the Tabernacle (Exodus 25:8-9) Instructions for the Ark of the Covenant (Exodus 25:10) Construction of the Table (v. 23) and the Lampstand (v. 31) Layout and construction of the Tabernacle (Exodus 26) Design of the Altar of Burnt Offering (Exodus 27) Garments for the Priests (Exodus 28) The Ephod The Breastpiece with the Umin and Thumin – for decisions Consecration of the Priests (Exodus 29 – the Levites)
  • 97.97 The Exodus Moses called up on the Mountain (Exodus 24:12-18) for 40 days Directions for offering and worship (Exodus 25:1-7) First mention of the Tabernacle (Exodus 25:8-9) Instructions for the Ark of the Covenant (Exodus 25:10) Construction of the Table (v. 23) and the Lampstand (v. 31) Layout and construction of the Tabernacle (Exodus 26) Design of the Altar of Burnt Offering (Exodus 27) Garments for the Priests (Exodus 28) The Ephod The Breastpiece with the Umin and Thumin – for decisions Consecration of the Priests (Exodus 29 – the Levites) The Altar of Incense (Exodus 30) – atonement money, basin for washing, anointing oil, incense
  • 98.98 The Exodus Moses called up on the Mountain (Exodus 24:12-18) for 40 days Directions for offering and worship (Exodus 25:1-7) First mention of the Tabernacle (Exodus 25:8-9) Instructions for the Ark of the Covenant (Exodus 25:10) Construction of the Table (v. 23) and the Lampstand (v. 31) Layout and construction of the Tabernacle (Exodus 26) Design of the Altar of Burnt Offering (Exodus 27) Garments for the Priests (Exodus 28) The Ephod The Breastpiece with the Umin and Thumin – for decisions Consecration of the Priests (Exodus 29 – the Levites) The Altar of Incense (Exodus 30) – atonement money, basin for washing, anointing oil, incense Bezalel and Oholiab given special skills by God (Exodus 31:1-11)
  • 99.99 The Exodus Moses called up on the Mountain (Exodus 24:12-18) for 40 days Directions for offering and worship (Exodus 25:1-7) First mention of the Tabernacle (Exodus 25:8-9) Instructions for the Ark of the Covenant (Exodus 25:10) Construction of the Table (v. 23) and the Lampstand (v. 31) Layout and construction of the Tabernacle (Exodus 26) Design of the Altar of Burnt Offering (Exodus 27) Garments for the Priests (Exodus 28) The Ephod The Breastpiece with the Umin and Thumin – for decisions Consecration of the Priests (Exodus 29 – the Levites) The Altar of Incense (Exodus 30) – atonement money, basin for washing, anointing oil, incense Bezalel and Oholiab given special skills by God (Exodus 31:1-11) Sabbath observance reiterated (Exodus 31:12-18)
  • 100.100 The Exodus Moses was on the mountain with the Lord for Forty Days
  • 101.101 The Exodus Moses was on the mountain with the Lord for Forty Days The people demanded that Aaron make them a god (Ex 32:1)
  • 102.102 The Exodus Moses was on the mountain with the Lord for Forty Days The people demanded that Aaron make them a god (Ex 32:1) Aaron makes the golden calf; the people indulge in revelry
  • 103.103 The Exodus Moses was on the mountain with the Lord for Forty Days The people demanded that Aaron make them a god (Ex 32:1) Aaron makes the golden calf; the people indulge in revelry God angered, threatens death, Moses argues for the people
  • 104.104 The Exodus Moses was on the mountain with the Lord for Forty Days The people demanded that Aaron make them a god (Ex 32:1) Aaron makes the golden calf; the people indulge in revelry God angered, threatens death, Moses argues for the people Moses descends from the mountain, breaks the tablets of the Law
  • 105.105 The Exodus Moses was on the mountain with the Lord for Forty Days The people demanded that Aaron make them a god (Exodus 32:1) Aaron makes the golden calf; the people indulge in revelry God angered, threatens death, Moses argues for the people Moses descends from the mountain, breaks the tablets of the Law The Levites rally behind Moses; 3000 people killed for their sin
  • 106.106 The Exodus Moses was on the mountain with the Lord for Forty Days The people demanded that Aaron make them a god (Ex 32:1) Aaron makes the golden calf; the people indulge in revelry God angered, threatens death, Moses argues for the people Moses descends from the mountain, breaks the tablets of the Law The Levites rally behind Moses; 3000 people killed for their sin The Levites set apart to the Lord (Ex 32:29)
  • 107.107 The Exodus Moses was on the mountain with the Lord for Forty Days The people demanded that Aaron make them a god (Ex 32:1) Aaron makes the golden calf; the people indulge in revelry God angered, threatens death, Moses argues for the people Moses descends from the mountain, breaks the tablets of the Law The Levites rally behind Moses; 3000 people killed for their sin The Levites set apart to the Lord (Ex 32:29) Moses begs God’s forgiveness for the Israelites; God relents
  • 108.108 The Exodus Moses was on the mountain with the Lord for Forty Days The people demanded that Aaron make them a god (Ex 32:1) Aaron makes the golden calf; the people indulge in revelry God angered, threatens death, Moses argues for the people Moses descends from the mountain, breaks the tablets of the Law The Levites rally behind Moses; 3000 people killed for their sin The Levites set apart to the Lord (Ex 32:29) Moses begs God’s forgiveness for the Israelites; God relents But God does promise punishment for their sin (Ex 32:33-35) and a plague comes upon them
  • 109.109 The Exodus Moses was on the mountain with the Lord for Forty Days The people demanded that Aaron make them a god (Ex 32:1) Aaron makes the golden calf; the people indulge in revelry God angered, threatens death, Moses argues for the people Moses descends from the mountain, breaks the tablets of the Law The Levites rally behind Moses; 3000 people killed for their sin The Levites set apart to the Lord (Ex 32:29) Moses begs God’s forgiveness for the Israelites; God relents But God does promise punishment for their sin (Ex 32:33-35) and a plague comes upon them God orders the people to leave; he will no longer lead them
  • 110.110 The Exodus Moses was on the mountain with the Lord for Forty Days The people demanded that Aaron make them a god (Ex 32:1) Aaron makes the golden calf; the people indulge in revelry God angered, threatens death, Moses argues for the people Moses descends from the mountain, breaks the tablets of the Law The Levites rally behind Moses; 3000 people killed for their sin The Levites set apart to the Lord (Ex 32:29) Moses begs God’s forgiveness for the Israelites; God relents But God does promise punishment for their sin (Ex 32:33-35) and a plague comes upon them God orders the people to leave; he will no longer lead them Moses’ “Tent of Meeting” where he meets with God (Ex 33:7-11)
  • 111.111 The Exodus Moses was on the mountain with the Lord for Forty Days The people demanded that Aaron make them a god (Ex 32:1) Aaron makes the golden calf; the people indulge in revelry God angered, threatens death, Moses argues for the people Moses descends from the mountain, breaks the tablets of the Law The Levites rally behind Moses; 3000 people killed for their sin The Levites set apart to the Lord (Ex 32:29) Moses begs God’s forgiveness for the Israelites; God relents But God does promise punishment for their sin (Ex 32:33-35) and a plague comes upon them God orders the people to leave; he will no longer lead them Moses’ “Tent of Meeting” where he meets with God (Ex 33:7-11) Moses prevails on the Lord to accompany them (Ex 33:12-17)
  • 112.112 The Exodus Moses was on the mountain with the Lord for Forty Days The people demanded that Aaron make them a god (Ex 32:1) Aaron makes the golden calf; the people indulge in revelry God angered, threatens death, Moses argues for the people Moses descends from the mountain, breaks the tablets of the Law The Levites rally behind Moses; 3000 people killed for their sin The Levites set apart to the Lord (Ex 32:29) Moses begs God’s forgiveness for the Israelites; God relents But God does promise punishment for their sin (Ex 32:33-35) and a plague comes upon them God orders the people to leave; he will no longer lead them Moses’ “Tent of Meeting” where he meets with God (Ex 33:7-11) Moses prevails on the Lord to accompany them (Ex 33:12-17) Moses and the Glory of the Lord (Ex 33:18-23)
  • 113.113 The Exodus God reveals His character to Moses (Ex 34:1-7)
  • 114.114 The Exodus God reveals His character to Moses (Ex 34:1-7) God renews his covenant with the people (Ex 34:8-10)
  • 115.115 The Exodus God reveals His character to Moses (Ex 34:1-7) God renews his covenant with the people (Ex 34:8-10) God warns his people against treaties with pagans (Ex 34:11-16)
  • 116.116 The Exodus God reveals His character to Moses (Ex 34:1-7) God renews his covenant with the people (Ex 34:8-10) God warns his people against treaties with pagans (Ex 34:11-16) The Lord makes new stone tablets (Ex 34:27-28)
  • 117.117 The Exodus God reveals His character to Moses (Ex 34:1-7) God renews his covenant with the people (Ex 34:8-10) God warns his people against treaties with pagans (Ex 34:11-16) The Lord makes new stone tablets (Ex 34:27-28) Moses’ radiant face (Ex 34:29-35)
  • 118.118 The Exodus God reveals His character to Moses (Ex 34:1-7) God renews his covenant with the people (Ex 34:8-10) God warns his people against treaties with pagans (Ex 34:11-16) The Lord makes new stone tablets (Ex 34:27-28) Moses’ radiant face (Ex 34:29-35) Construction of the Tabernacle (Ex 35:1-40:35) God specified the materials God called for the skilled workers, and gave them the skill Everyone who was willing brought a freewill offering for the work The people had to be restrained from giving too much All the construction was as God had specified to Moses When it was completed, Moses blessed the work The Lord ordered the assembly, and anointing of the priests. God’s glory filled the tabernacle (Ex 40:34, 35)
  • 119.119 The Exodus God reveals His character to Moses (Ex 34:1-7) God renews his covenant with the people (Ex 34:8-10) God warns his people against treaties with pagans (Ex 34:11-16) The Lord makes new stone tablets (Ex 34:27-28) Moses’ radiant face (Ex 34:29-35) Construction of the Tabernacle (Ex 35:1-40:35) God specified the materials God called for the skilled workers, and gave them the skill Everyone who was willing brought a freewill offering for the work The people had to be restrained from giving too much All the construction was as God had specified to Moses When it was completed, Moses blessed the work The Lord ordered the assembly, and anointing of the priests. God’s glory filled the tabernacle (Ex 40:34, 35) The year is ca. 1445 B.C.
  • 120.120 The Tabernacle
  • 121.121 Plan of the Tabernacle
  • 122.122 A Wilderness Camp
  • 123.123 The Exodus Summarizing the book of Exodus: Birth of Moses, his call to lead the Hebrews out of Egypt Pharaoh’s heart hardened; the Hebrews work made more difficult The Plagues on Egypt Passover instituted - to become a lasting ordinance Moses up on the mountain - the Ten Commandments given Aaron makes the golden calf, an idol (God is not amused) The Mosaic covenant, mediated by Moses, the nation committed God led his people through the desert Blessed for faithfulness, cursed for disobedience Directions from God for construction of the tabernacle The tabernacle built according to the instructions