(Exodus 11-13, 14-15, 20) Describe the final plague. How do the people of Israel escape? How does this point to Jesus (I Corinthians 5:7)?
Every year, the people of Israel were to re-enact the Passover event. How does Jesus adapt the Passover festival for the New Covenant (Luke 22:14-20)?
Through the plagues and the crossing of the Red Sea, God frees his people from slavery in Egypt. How does this point to Jesus (John 8:34-36)?
How did the people respond to their salvation (14:31, 15:1-21)? How should we respond to our salvation (see I Peter 1:3-9, 17-19)?
What further response did God expect the people to have in 20:1-21? What does God expect of us (see I Peter 1:14-16)?
(Leviticus 1-9, 17) What arrangement did God make for when the people failed to obey God’s commands?
How does this point to Jesus (Hebrews 9:24-26)?
(Exodus 19-24, Deuteronomy 5-32) These passages present to the people of Israel what we call the Mosaic Covenant. It was first given at Mt. Sinai (Exodus) and renewed as the people prepared to enter the Promised Land (Deuteronomy). How does this covenant begin (Exodus 20:2, Deuteronomy 5:6)?
What then follows (Exodus 20-23, Deuteronomy 5-26)?
Notice then the condition. What will happen if they obey (Exodus 19:5-6, 23:22; Deuteronomy 28:1-14)?
What will happen if they disobey (Deuteronomy 27:15-26, 28:15-68)?
How does this play out in the history of Israel?
How does Jesus address the Mosiac Covenant for us?
- Matthew 5:17, I Peter 2:22 –
- Galatians 3:10-14 –
- Hebrews 7:22 & 8:6, 13 –
(Exodus 25-29) What was the main purpose of the tabernacle (25:8, 29:45-46)?
How does the tabernacle point forward to Jesus (John 1:14)?
To the church (Ephesians 2:19-22)?
To the Christian (I Corinthians 6:19-20)?
To the future kingdom (Revelation 21:3, 22)?
How should we respond to these truths?