1 of 19

Living In-Between
Exodus 1:1-14

Exodus " the way out " we will see God's redemptive plan unfold as we follow the journey of the Jewish people and watch them "Walking to Freedom" as God led them out of Slavery into freedom, out of darkness into light.
Craig Szeman

2 of 19

God Provides Leadership
Exodus 1:15-2:9

Fearing God means having such a reverence for Him that it has a great impact on the way we live our lives. We will learn about two women who refused to obey the command of Pharaoh, because they feared God. 
Craig Szeman

3 of 19

Called Leadership
Exodus 2:11-4:31

To truly be called by God we need to be humbled, stretched, and sent out according to His plan. Tonight we will see this process play out in Moses’ life.
Ryan Maschhoff

4 of 19

Doubt and Reassurance
Exodus 5-6

Moses and Aaron went to Pharaoh and said, “This is what the LORD, the God of Israel, says: ‘Let my people go, God is telling Pharaoh that the Israelites belong to Him, they should be free, all God’s children should be free without having doubt. God will reassure Moses and us as well to trust Him in all our troubles for He will use it for His glory.
Craig Szeman

5 of 19

The Purposes of the Plagues
Exodus 7:8-12:36

God is a God that loves us so much that He gives us free will, free choice to follow Him or deny Him. Listen in as we learn that there isa purpose for the plagues that God sent to Egypt. God is a God of 2nd, 3rd, and 4th chances. His grace abounds!
David Kloos

6 of 19

God's Goodness and Guidance
Exodus 13:1-22

Israel’s exodus experience will teach them important lessons about freedom and success from following, trusting ,and praising God as they remember God’s goodness and guidance.
Craig Szeman

7 of 19

God of the Impossible
Exodus 14:1-31

The Israelites left Egypt rejoicing and celebrating. Pharaoh wanted them back. But God was so faithful to His people, He did not let this happen, what would happen is this said the Lord, the Egyptians will know that I am the LORD.  
Craig Szeman

8 of 19

I AM The Lord, Your Song
Exodus 15

<div><i>“The Lord is my strength and song, and is become my salvation.” - Psalm 118:14</i> Knowing God’s character can change how we see our present circumstances. Our condition does not change the heart of God, but His strength and His love becomes our salvation. To receive salvation from God is to rejoice in His victory. God becomes our song.   </div><div><br /></div>
Joey Everington

9 of 19

God, Building Up His People
Exodus 16:27-16:35

Tonight we are going to see how God prepared the hearts of the Israelites by humbling them, letting them hunger, feeding them generously, and then teaching them that man does not live on bread alone but by the word that comes from the mouth of God.
Ryan Maschhoff

10 of 19

Journey of Faith
Exodus 17:1-16

Moving toward Mount Sinai, the Israelites are still being led by the Pillar of cloud and Fire by night God’s presence. Our Lord was directing the Israelites into a journey of growth and a trial of their faith. 
Craig Szeman

11 of 19

The Blessing of Family; Moses Receives Council
Exodus 18:1-27

The importance of a godly family cannot be overstated. Tonight we see how even the strongest believers need support from godly and god fearing family members to help us stay on course.
Ryan Maschhoff

12 of 19

Holy God - Dirty People
Exodus 19

So far in our study, the Israelites know God as Savior. But salvation is just the beginning. We have come to the place in the Book of Exodus where God is going to define the relationship moving forward. But first, the Lord needs to introduce Himself. Next, He will teach these people how to be in right relationship with Him.
Joey Everington

13 of 19

Our Relationship to God
Exodus 20:1-11

With the Hebrews setting up camp at the foot of Mount Sinai. We reach a climactic moment in the book of Exodus. Everything up to now has been in preparation for the events that are about to happen. God is ready to present His people with ten principals to guide them in their relationship with Him and with one another.  
Craig Szeman

14 of 19

Our Relationship to One Another
Exodus 20:12-21

As we come now to the fifth commandment, the focus shifts from our conduct toward God to our relationships and conduct with each other. From the vertical to the horizontal dimensions of life, our relationship to one another.
Craig Szeman

15 of 19

Altars Not Idols
Exodus 20:22-26

<div>The Bible expresses that in Romans 1:25 that before we became saved that idolatry was a chief sin in our lives:</div><div><i>“They exchanged the truth about God for a lie, and worshiped and served created things rather than the Creator—who is forever praised. Amen.”</i></div><div>Even though we might not be bowing down before golden idols we still struggle with idolatry. The Book of Exodus lays out the process of sanctification post salvation. God is preparing us for His Promised Land but it will take several trips to the altar for atonement and forgiveness. </div><div><br /></div><div><br /></div>
Joey Everington

16 of 19

God is Just
Exodus 21:1-25

The laws were given because everything we do has consequences; we will look at some principals that will make it possible for the courts of law to make judgment based on the spirit of the Ten Commandments.
Craig Szeman

17 of 19

Regulating Restitution
Exodus 22:1-31

When God builds a nation He reveals His plan by His laws concerning stealing, damages by fire, care of the property of others, borrowing, sex before marriage, sacrifices to false gods, taking advantage of widows, moneylending, reviling God, and even the consecration of firstborn of men and of animals. God has spoken and the men of Israel are commanded to be holy. A family, a tribe, and a nation set apart. 
Joey Everington

18 of 19

God's Wise Direction
Exodus 23:1-33

We are called to do what is right as Christ followers no matter what other people do. Loving our neighbor through our actions, being just in everything towards everyone. God gives us wise direction on how we should live in peace and harmony.
Craig Szeman

19 of 19

The Altar and the Sacrifice
Exodus 24:1-18

Tonight, we learn how the 10 commandments, the altar, and animal sacrifice all foreshadow the work of Jesus Christ. 
Ryan Maschhoff

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