In this episode Veronica and Erika talk wrap-up the storyline of God redeeming His people found in Exodus 13-15. The story isn’t complete until the enemy, Pharaoh and his army, are finally conquered never to return again. What is Israel’s response in seeing their enemy vanquished – joyful worship and praise of their God, their Redeemer.
Questions to consider:
What events in your life do you plan to pass on to your children so they remember?
God built natural reminders into their routine to remind them of His redemption. What reminders do you have in your life to help you remember?
What do we learn about God from these chapters?
What images do you see in chapter 15?
Erika’s teaching video on chesed is found here:
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In order to prepare for this study we used the following books or articles:
Exploring Exodus by Nahum Saran
Exodus: God, Slavery, and Freedom by Dennis Prager
The JPS Commentary on Exodus by The Jewish Publication Society
Messiah – Issue 24
Exodus: Brazos Theological Commentary on the Bible by Thomas Joseph White, OP
Exodus: A Mentor Commentary by John L. Mackay
Shadows of the Messiah by First Fruits of Zion, book 2
Miqra Journal – Winter 2003
Music: Tabuk by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4453-tabukLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/