Exodus

The book of Exodus, a word meaning “departure” or “going out,” was written by Moses (Ex. 24:4, 24:7, 34:27; Mark 7:10, 12:19; John 5:45-47; Rom. 10:5) around 1440-1400 BC. In God’s timing, the exodus of the Israelites from Egypt marked the end of a period of oppression for Abraham’s descendants (see Gen. 15:13) and the beginning of the fulfillment of the covenant promise of God to Abraham that his descendants would not only live in the Promised Land but also multiply and become a great nation (see Gen. 12:1-3, 7).

Over the 12 weeks of this series we will look at the first 15 chapters of Exodus, a section that begins with cries of slavery and ends with a song of deliverance whereby we learn much about God.

Exodus 15

| James Bonney

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Exodus 13:17-14:31

| Matt Menzel

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Exodus 12:33-13:16

| James Bonney

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Exodus 11:1-12:32

| James Bonney

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Exodus 8:20-10:29

| James Bonney

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Exodus 7:1-8:19

| Josh Dool

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Exodus 6

| James Bonney

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Exodus 5

| James Bonney

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Exodus 4:18-31

| James Bonney

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Exodus 3:11-4:17

| Josh Dool

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Exodus 3:1-10

| James Bonney

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Exodus 1-2

| James Bonney

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