Exodus 1-6 recap

We need to look back on what we have learned in Exodus. Exodus is the most powerful book in the Bible because it reveals many aspects of God’s character. One of the lessons of the Book of Exodus is that often, the good deeds of great men are “seldom remembered” while the memory of “men who do great harm” live on.

This was true of both Joseph and Moses. As far as Egyptian history is concerned, both of these great men were rejected because of the arrogance of the Pharaoh. We are blessed by God that we have the Torah from God Himself, who made sure their deeds is recorded for us. God has not kept His will a secret. It’s all in the Bible.

Thought Questions

What was Pharaoh’s excuse to oppress the Israelites?
How do you convince people to change their ways?
How do you convince them that there is danger ahead?
What kind of projects were the Israelites conscripted to build?
How did Moses get his name?
What was the trickle-down effect of Moses’ killing of the Egyptian?
How did the Israelites greet Moses’ action?
How does God deliver people?
What was the first piece of evidence God gave Moses to assure him that they would listen to him?
How did God “set up” Pharaoh?
What name did God use to reveal Himself to Moses?
What name did God use to reveal Himself to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob?
How does Moses’ three months with his mother and his immersion into the Nile parallel Yeshua’s death and resurrection?
How do we become Abraham’s seed?
How do we develop the faith of Abraham?
How did the people of Israel end up in the Land of Goshen?
Why did God “take away” that good land?
How did Jacob and Joseph respond to the dreams given to them by God?
How far back does the idea of blessing bread and wine go?
What do you think of the mid-wives who refused to kill Israelite babies?
How was Pharaoh able to conspire to kill the Israelites?
Were the Egyptians freemen or slaves?
How easy was it for Pharaoh to keep his extermination campaign a secret?
How was Pharaoh’s daughter able to break the rules and exhibit her bravery?
Where do we learn the “mindset” of God?
How does Gen.1:1 reveal the “mindset” of God?
What two buildings did King Solomon build at the same time?
What does that tell us about God’s government?
How did God send Moses out to “deliver” the people?
Did they want to be delivered?
Why does God tell us to “put on the whole armor of God”?
What kind of “glory” did Yeshua reveal?
How do we “walk in the Spirit”?
How does God test and refine us?
How does God not “lead us into temptation”?

Speaker: Richard Agee

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