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MOSES, Ex 1-11. The descendants of Jacob prospered in Egypt becoming over two million strong. A new king arose who knew not Joseph and he enslaved Israel.

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2 MOSES, Ex The descendants of Jacob prospered in Egypt becoming over two million strong. A new king arose who knew not Joseph and he enslaved Israel. But God reached out to redeem Israel from slavery and made His name known in Egypt. Jesus Christ is the “I Am.” Copyright Reprinted from Baptist Bible Graphics. 1

3 THE PASSOVER, EX God judged Egypt with ten plagues and condemned the firstborn to die. But He provided a way to live by the death of the Passover lamb. God killed all those not under the blood and redeemed His people from bondage. Christ is our Passover lamb. 2 Copyright Reprinted from Baptist Bible Graphics.

4 MOSAIC COVENANT, EX God took Israel through the Red Sea to Sinai, but the Egyptians perished in the waters. The Israelites murmured and He gave them water out of the rock. The covenant was ratified by blood and God initiated His theocratic rule over the nation. 3 Copyright Reprinted from Baptist Bible Graphics.

5 THE TABERNACLE: THE WAY FROM GOD TO MAN, EX On Mount Sinai God showed Moses the pattern of His heavenly tabernacle and its furniture. God would live on earth, rule His people and give them rest. When the fullness of time came, Christ was born in Bethlehem. 4 Copyright Reprinted from Baptist Bible Graphics.

6 THE TABERNACLE: THE WAY FOR MAN TO COME TO GOD, EX Sinners can come to God and worship Him through a priestly mediator and his repeated offerings and washings on their behalf. At Calvary, Christ our mediator fulfilled all righteousness for sinners forever. 5 Copyright Reprinted from Baptist Bible Graphics.

7 BREAKING THE LAW, EX While God gave Moses the Ten Commandments, Israel broke the Law by lusting after idolatry and worshipping the golden bull. The people were spared death when Moses broke the law. Christ has redeemed us from the curse of the Law. 6 Copyright Reprinted from Baptist Bible Graphics.

8 GOD’S WORKMEN, EX The people willingly gave. All work is a calling and dignified. The great scenes of their history reflected the righteousness of Christ, the insufficiency of animal sacrifice, and prepared God’s people for Calvary as the true source of life. 7 Copyright Reprinted from Baptist Bible Graphics.

9 GOD AMONG MEN, EX 40. The cloud of glory descended from heaven to visually remind Israel the God was living among them. God chose Israel because He loved them. We are to love the Lord God and our neighbor. Christ leads the way to find rest in the presence of God. 8 Copyright Reprinted from Baptist Bible Graphics.

10 THE TABERNACLE IS GOD’S PORTRAIT OF CHRIST. The Law with the tabernacle was a shadow of good things to come. The way to God is through Christ. The nail-scarred hands invite the sinner saying, “Come unto Me,” not by keeping the Law but by believing in the Lamb of God. 9 Copyright Reprinted from Baptist Bible Graphics.

11 EXODUS Key Verse: I will redeem you with a stretched out arm, and with great judgments: And I will take you to me for a people, Ex 6:6-7. A. ISRAEL REDEEMED FROM EGYPTIAN SLAVERY, Moses and the gods of Egypt: I will take you for My people, The Passover and exodus from Egypt: The Egyptians will know that I am God, B. ISRAEL PREPARED FOR THEOCRATIC LIVING, Ratifying God’s covenant by blood: Israel becomes a theocratic nation, Blueprint of the tabernacle: The way by which God can live among sinful man, Blueprint of the tabernacle: The way by which man can come to the holy God, Breaking the Law: Moses standing in the gap between a holy God and sinners, God’s workmen: All work is a calling and is dignified in God’s sight, God dwelling on earth: God descending to live in the tabernacle among sinners, 40 C. CONCLUSION: THE TABERNACLE IS GOD’S PORTRAIT OF CHRIST. 9. The Law with its ritual was a shadow of things to come, which reality is Christ. Jesus said, “Come to Me,” not by obeying the Law but by believing in the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world by His sin offering on the cross. He alone gives life everlasting to those who believe like faithful Abraham. copyright © 2013 Baptist Bible Graphics.

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