WHO IS THE LORD? THE GOD OF ABRAHAM, ISAAC, AND JACOB (Exodus 3:6)
Applications: God keeps His promises (1 Cor. 10:13; Heb. 13:5)
Reasons for Apostasy (Exodus 32) Impatience Desire for a god they could see Failure to remember and appreciate God Lust Poor leadership
Applications: God keeps His promises (1 Cor. 10:13; Heb. 13:5) God delivers His people (Gal. 3:8, 16, 25-29) God keeps His promises (1 Cor. 10:13; Heb. 13:5) God delivers His people (Gal. 3:8, 16, 25-29)
WHO IS THE LORD? THE GOD OF ABRAHAM, ISAAC, AND JACOB (Exodus 3:6) THE LORD IS THE GREAT I AM (Exodus 3:13-14) THE LORD IS THE HOLY ONE OF ISRAEL (Exodus 3:1-6)
God’s Holiness Humbled Moses and Isaiah (Ex. 3:5-6; Isa. 6:1-5) God made Isaiah suitable for service (Isa. 6:6- 7) God is holy thus He must be approached in the manner He prescribes (Ex. 28:29, 2, 29:1- 45) Those who have a relationship with God must be holy (Ex. 19:6; 22:31)
Applications God Is Holy and the Things Associated with Him Must Be Holy (Heb. 10:10) Christ’s church is holy, set apart for Him (Eph. 5:26-27) Christians’ lives should indicate the holiness necessary to have a relationship with God (Mt. 5:13-16; 1 Pt. 1:14-16) We must give great heed in our approach to God (Eccl. 5:1-2)
“Who is the LORD that I should obey His voice to let Israel go?”
Who Is the Lord? ALL POWERFUL AND DEFEATS ANYONE WHO STANDS IN HIS WAY
Thutmose III (1458-1425 BC) Widely considered a military genius Expansionist ruler “the Napoleon of Egypt” Captured 350 cities from the Euphrates to Sudan Seventeen successful military campaigns from 1457-1440 BC Widely considered a military genius Expansionist ruler “the Napoleon of Egypt” Captured 350 cities from the Euphrates to Sudan Seventeen successful military campaigns from 1457-1440 BC
Hebrew and Greek. Because we are certain of how Moses' name was spelled in English, and because we know he got his name from the Hatshepsut. the daughter of Thutmoses I, the modern archeological world, and all Bible students would be both prudent and correct to begin spelling the 18th dynasty pharaohs as "Thutmoses". This is a case of using the inspired text of the Bible to teach us how to correctly spell the Thutmoses dynasty of kings of Egypt!
Who Is the Lord? MECRIFUL AND GRACIOUS DEFENDER OF THE HELPLESS
Who Is the Lord? GIVER OF COMMANDS, REQUIRES OBEDIENCE AND PUNISHES SIN
Commands in Exodus Laws related to worship (20:23-26) Laws related to slavery (21:1-11) Laws related to personal injury (21:12-27) Laws regarding oxen (21:28-36) Crimes against property (22:1-17) Capital crimes related to idolatry (22:18-20) Laws regarding compassion (22:21-27) Laws honoring God (22:28-31) Demands of justice (23:1-9) Keeping the Sabbath (23:10-13) Three annual feasts (23:14-17) Laws concerning sacrifices (23:18,19)
Applications: Jesus issued commands (Matt. 28:18-20) Jesus expects obedience (Matt. 7:21-23) Jesus will punish the disobedient (2 Thess. 1:7-9)
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