Quarter #1 – Lesson #2
Exodus means “the outgoing” of the Israelites from the land of Egypt and was written by Moses. As the book opens we
find the Israelites in Egypt. This is the same Egypt they were in at the end of Genesis. But the background had changed
completely. It is over 400 years later and the once-favored Hebrews are now __________, making bricks for Pharaoh. In Genesis
we saw the ruin of man through the sin (fall) of man and in Exodus we shall see the redemption by blood and power of God.
THE CENTRAL MESSAGE
The overall theme of Exodus is redemption—how God delivered the Israelites and made them His special people. “The
LORD went ahead of them. He guided them during the day with a pillar of cloud, and he provided light at night with a pillar of
fire. This allowed them to travel by day or by night. And the LORD did not remove the pillar of cloud or pillar of fire from its
place in front of the people”. Exodus 13:21-22
I. The Exodus shows the power of God as a _____________
A. Exodus 3:10
B. Here we see the ten plagues with the tenth one being the destroyer of the first born.
C. The Passover lamb is a type of Christ in that:
D. Just as God redeemed His people by _______ at the Passover, the whole world sees the ________ and presence of
God at the crossing of the Red Sea.
II. The Law shows the character of God as a standard
A. Deuteronomy 4:8
B. . Galatians 3:19
C. Romans 8:3
D. John 14:21
III. The Tabernacle shows the glory of God as a _____________
A. Tabernacle means tent, place of dwelling, sanctuary. It was to be set up in the middle of camp and was to be a
sanctuary where God could dwell in the midst of Israel.
B. Exodus 25:9
C. John 14:6
D. Everything in the tabernacle was placed there by God’s instruction and is filled with symbolism.
E. At the time of Jesus death on the cross, the veil was torn representing a ____________ solution to bring people back