Please read along with us in this week’s passage, Exodus 19. In this chapter Israel prepares for the revealing of God’s covenant through Moses. This chapter fulfills God’s promise to Moses at the burning bush (Ex. 3:12) that he would bring the people out of Egypt and they would serve him on this mountain. This is a fulfillment of prophecy from decades before and a time to prepare for the ten commandments to be delivered. Israel enters into a state of worship before the Lord.
Please read along with us in this week’s passage, Exodus 17:8-18:27. In this passage Israel is attacked by the Amalek people who inhabit the Northern Sinai Peninsula and face their first battle. This is the first mention of Joshua. Please refer toJoshua 1-19 to learn more about him. Joshua forms and leads an army against Amalek.
As you read, please consider these questions:
Please read along with us in this week’s passage, Exodus 15:22-17:7. In this passage the Israelites begin their journey to the Promise Land. They have just witnessed the plagues, end of captivity, and the destruction of Pharaoh and his army at the hand of God. After seeing all of these events come to fruition,the Israelites’ attitude very quickly turns from gratitude to grumbling.
Please read along with us in this week’s passage, Exodus 14-15:21. We hope that these emails have been an enriching part of your week as you study with your families. The church has received good feedback from many in the congregation and we hope you feel more connected with Dan’s messages.
Read Exodus 14-15:21. As you read, please consider these questions: