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WEEK 3 EXODUS 11:1—15:21

READINGS FOR WEDNESDAY NIGHT BIBLE STUDYPlease read the following section prior to the Wednesday night Bible study.This will prepare you for the study and group discussion.You may read any version. Most of the studies will utilize the NLT and NIV.THE BOOK OF EXODUS READINGSWeek 1September 8Exodus 1-4Week 2September 15Exodus 5-10Week 3September 22Exodus 11:1-15:21Week 4September 29Exodus 15:22- 18:27Week 5October 6Exodus 19-24Week 6October 13Exodus 25-27; 30-31Week 7October 20Exodus 28-29Week 8October 27Exodus 32-40

Exposition of Exodus 11:1-13:16Session 3A - One More PlagueKing Yahweh (Ps. 95:3) to confront King Pharaoh another king death “king ofterrors” (Job 18:14)The last enemy death (1 Cor. 15:26) In one night all the firstborn sons and all the firstborn livestock in Egypt would die (Ex.11:6; 12:30)Death wouldn’t visit the Hebrews and their livestock Passover Israel’s first national feastI.PASSOVER AND THE EGYPTIANS (Ex. 11:1–10)Egypt first six plagues Land and possessions devastated by the next two plaguesNinth plague three days darkness set the stage for the most dreadful plague Ps. 78:49A.Moses heard God’s word (Ex. 11:1–3)Moses summoned to the palace (Ex. 10:24–29)Moses’ speech (Ex. 11:4–8) (Ex. 10:29; 11:8)God told Moses one more plague to Egypt terriblePharaoh would drive them out (Ex. 6:1; see Ex. 12:31–32, 39)Moses to the Hebrews collect their unpaid wagesGod promised Abraham (Gen. 15:14) repeated promise to Moses (Ex. 3:21–22)God Moses respect among the Egyptians favor with the Egyptians (Ex. 12:36–37)The Book of Exodus – Exposition – Session 003A Exodus 11:1-13:16 Student Notes – Jim Rossi1

B.Moses warned Pharaoh (Ex. 11:4–10)Moses’ final address to Pharaoh Pharaoh no fear of God Firstborn sons special in Egypt sacred God calls Israel His firstborn son (Ex. 4:22; Jer. 31:9; Hos. 11:1).How Pharaoh treated God’s firstborn determine how God treated Egypt’s firstborn (Ex.4:22–23)Pharaoh tried to kill the Hebrew male babies Compensation a fundamental law of life (Matt. 7:1–2) Pharaoh drowned the Hebrew babies, God drowned Pharaoh’s army (Ex. 14:26–31;15:4–5)Jacob lied to his father Isaac (Gen. 27:15–17) Jacob’s sons lied to him (Gen. 37:31–35)David committed adultery (2 Sam. 11) David’s daughter raped two of his sonswere murdered (2 Sam. 13; 18)Haman built a gallows on which to hang Mordecai but it was Haman who was hangedthere instead (Est. 7:7– 10).Gal. 6:7 Ps. 89:14 Gen. 18:2We must experience a second birth a spiritual birth before God can accept us (John1:12–13; 3:1–18)Our first birth we inherit Adam’s sinful nature and are lost (Ps. 51:5–6) second birththrough faith in Christ we receive God’s divine nature and are accepted in Christ (2 Peter1:1–4; Gal. 4:6; Rom. 8:9)Pharaoh and the Egyptian people Yahweh humiliated the Egyptian gods and goddesses Eccl. 8:11God’s mercy Pharaoh’s officials (Ex. 3; 8) Prov. 16:18The Book of Exodus – Exposition – Session 003A Exodus 11:1-13:16 Student Notes – Jim Rossi2

II.PASSOVER AND THE ISRAELITES (Ex. 12:1–28, 43–51)Passover The words redeem or redemption New Testament freedom from slaveryHebrew believers Passover Israel’s deliverancePassover beginning of religious year Passover focus on the lambGen. 22:7 John 1:29The Passover lamb Jesus Christ (Acts 8:32–35; Isa. 53:7–8) (1 Cor. 5:7) (1Peter 1:18–20) (Rev. 5:5–6; 13:8)A.The lamb was chosen and examined (Ex. 12:1–6a) Jesus met all the requirements to be our Lamb Matt. 3:17Jesus knew no sin (2 Cor. 5:21) did no sin (1 Peter 2:22) in Him t ng Ex. 15:2 God delivered Israel from Egypt The Hebrew remnant laid the foundation of the second temple (Ps. 118:14) The Hebrews re-gathered / return to their land to enjoy the blessings of the kingdom(Isa. 12:2)The Book of Exodus – Exposition – Session 003B Exodus 13:17-15:21 Student Notes – Jim Rossi5

B.God’s weapons are described (Ex. 15:6–10)“The Lord is a man of war” doesn’t fight with conventional weapons His right hand is glorious in power His majesty throws His opponents down His anger consumes them like fire eats up stubble The breath from His nostrils the wind that blew back the watersC.God’s character is extolled (Ex. 15:11–16a) The Lord proved Himself greater than the gods and goddesses of EgyptEx. 15:11; Mic. 7:18nobody no other being in the universe is “majestic in holiness, awesome in glory,working wonders” Ex. 15:11This section goes on to praise God For His power (Ex. 15:12) His mercy to deliver His wisdom to guide (Ex. 15:13) The awesomeness of His person brings fear to the hearts of His enemies (Ex. 15:14)Ex. 15:14–16aPeople of Jericho paralyzed with fear (Josh. 2:8-13, 24; Num. 22:3; Ps. 114)D.God’s promises are fulfilled (Ex. 15:16b–18)God purchased Israel they are His peopleGod brought them out of Egypt that He might bring them into Canaan (Ps. 44:2; 80:8, 15;Isa. 5)God would put His sanctuary among His people dwell with them in glory“The LORD shall reign forever and ever” (Ex. 15:18) Ex 15:19 impression Pharaoh accompanied his army The Book of Exodus – Exposition – Session 003B Exodus 13:17-15:21 Student Notes – Jim Rossi6

Pharaoh on the scene (Ex. 14:6) wasn’t leading the army Moses led the men in the singing of this anthem of praise (Ex. 15:1) Miriamformed a special choir of Hebrew women (1 Sam. 18:6)Miriam “the prophetess” (Num. 12:1–2)The end of the story the nation’s singing soon turned into complaining“They soon forgot his works; they waited not for his counsel: but lusted exceedingly in thewilderness, and tempted God in the desert” (Ex. 15:13–14).The Book of Exodus – Exposition – Session 003B Exodus 13:17-15:21 Student Notes – Jim Rossi7

GROUP DISCUSSION QUESTIONSSession 3B1.Charles Kingsley said, “There are two freedoms—the false, where a man is free todo what he likes; and the true, where a man is free to do what he ought.” Why isthe first of these false and the other true?2.“True worship involves faithful witness to who God is and what He has done forHis people.” How does the praise hymn after the Red Sea crossing express trueworship (Ex. 15:1–21)?

QUESTIONS FOR REFLECTION THIS WEEKQuestions to consider on your own, during the week:Session 3AExodus 11:1-13:161.What are some reasons people sometimes give for questioning God’s goodness?2.What or whom does the Passover lamb picture?How does the Bible show us this?3.What did the Jews need to do with the Passover lamb in order to be saved?How does this Passover action symbolize our own salvation?4.What is the spiritual significance of each aspect of the Passover meal: roastedlamb, unleavened bread, and bitter herbs?5.What is the yeast an image of?What other Scripture passages use yeast as an example?6.Which of the symbols in the Passover are most meaningful to you?Why those?7.How are the Passover meal and the Lord’s Supper similar?8.What might distinguish a true child of God from one of the “mixed multitude”?9.Wiersbe says, “Faith simply means that we rely on God and obey His Word,regardless of feelings, circumstances, or consequences.”How did Moses exercise this kind of faith in the Lord? How can you?

Session 3BExodus 13:17-15:211.How would things be different in our society if people pursued true freedominstead of the false kind?2.What were Israel’s three important responsibilities after they were set free?Which of these is a challenge for you, and why?3.The Israelites were saved from bondage in Egypt to freedom in the PromisedLand. What are you saved from, and what are you saved to?4.How did God visibly guide the Israelites to the Red Sea?How does God guide believers today?5.When did the Israelites become frightened and begin to complain?What did they forget?6.What works of the Lord have you heard of or seen that will help you to believeand trust in God in times of trial?7.Why, in view of the Israelites’ complaining and lack of faith, did God perform themiracles of the exodus?8.“True faith depends on what God says, not on what we see or how we feel.”What makes this challenging for us?

Week 3 September 22 Exodus 11:1-15:21 Week 4 September 29 Exodus 15:22- 18:27 Week 5 October 6 Exodus 19-24 Week 6 October 13 Exodus 25-27; 30-31 Week 7 October 20 Exodus 28-29 Week 8 October 27 Exodus 32-40 . The Book of Exodus – Exposition – Session 003A

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