Exodus 1‑40  •  1 min. read  •  grade level: 9
(going out)
Redemption from Egypt to Himself, introducing worship, priesthood and service. The commencement of Israel nationally, about two and a half million redeemed from judgment by blood and by power, and from slavery; all are essential to relationship with a holy God, (whether under law-testing or by grace) with the purpose of dwelling with them. Then the tabernacle, and consequently the need of maintaining them suitably in holiness by priesthood. Moses, mediator and deliverer. Aaron, high priest and sustainer. Amalek (type of Satan affecting the flesh). Grace for nearly three months until law at Sinai. Mixed law and grace (chap. 34).
From 1706-1490 B.C. Author: Moses.