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    Exodus The book of Exodus delineates under God's administration, the Israelites embark on a treacherous journey from Egypt, through the desert, to the foot of Mount Sinai. As the book commences, God's promises to the Israelites in the patriarchal covenant appear to be at-risk. Hundreds of years after Genesis, Abraham's now greatly numerous descendants are still in Egypt, now facing Oppression under the Egyptians. The Egyptians are killing the newborn sons in an attempt to lessen their enslaved peoples

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    In the Exodus, the second book of the Bible, we are told the story of how God through Moses freed the Israelites from oppression in Egypt. Moses was born to an Israelite mother during a time when the Pharaoh who was fearful of the size and strength of the Israelite people, decreed that all Israelite male babies should be thrown into the Nile River. Moses’ mother trying to save her son placed him a basket in the reeds in the river, where he was found by the Pharaoh’s daughter who raised him as her

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    there is one great event after Creation that overshadows all others – the exodus of the nation Israel from Egypt. This is a great turning point in the “unfolding drama of redemption.” Also, it is where the true principal of true freedom and liberty is gained by the world. “The exodus is the subject of our study in this ‘week’s’ lesson, and it is vitally important to our understanding of the Bible. The theme of the exodus occurs repeatedly in the Old Testament, as well as in the New. Let us give

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    The Book Exodus

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    Paula Aguilar September 21, 2015 Exodus In the book of Exodus, it is about the journey of Moses and how God used him to free the Israelites from Egypt. Moses was a Hebrew baby that was found by the Pharaoh’s daughter and was raised by them. As Moses got older, he witnessed the cruel way an Egyptian was beating an Israelite worker. Moses intervened and ended up killing the Egyptian. Out if fear Moses leaves Egypt and lands in Midian. While out one day with his flock, Moses came upon a burning

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    My Personal Exodus Story: The thick and dense San Francisco fog twists and turns between the magnificent arches of the Golden Gate Bridge; my father’s old 4RUNNER cuts through the intimidating fog like a hot knife through butter. It is August 28th, 2012; the first day at my new school, Stuart Hall for Boys. My heart flutters as the pistons of my father's car drive me into the unknown. That day the Golden Gate Bridge was my desert, my limbo, my passage from Pharaoh’s reign into The Promise Land.

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    The Book of Exodus INTRODUCTION Critical investigations into the Bible have revealed nuances and subversions which go beyond the mere didactic nature the text displays in a preliminary surface reading. The book of Exodus, the second book of the Torah and the Old Testament, begins with a depiction of Israel's servitude in Egypt and God choosing Moses to move Israel out of that servitude. The Pharaoh resists the purposes of God, and God responds by sending plagues on Egypt that culminate with the death

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    Exodus Identity Analysis

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    Exodus created an identity for the Israelites through the form of Moses, which also defined the main relationship with their God. Through Moses, the Israelite people were eventually granted access to leave their bonds in Egypt and begin the journey to their promised land. However, God's covenant with the Israelites is extremely conditional. No other forces may be worshipped other than the true God, and everyone must follow the Ten Commandments, as well as trusting in Moses and his words. Those who

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    Exodus Summary Exodus is the second book of the Bible. Exodus follows after Jacob and his family arrived in Egypt and after Joseph died. After Joseph died the new Egyptian pharaoh began to realize that the Israelite population was on the rise and oppressed them by making them slaves. The story of Exodus follows the oppression of the Israelites, Rise of Moses, The Exodus, and Mount Sinai. After Joseph died the new Egyptian pharaoh began to realize that the Israelite population was on the rise

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    There is biblical evidence that the story of exodus did happen. Moses was born of royalty of the Egyptians, that at the time enslaved the Hebrews. His brother Ramses, also royalty, tells Moses that he was born a slave and that he is a Hebrew. Exiled from his hometown, he goes on a journey and meets his wife and nine years later has a son. He gets a message from a burning bush(aka God). So he goes on another journey and leaves his family to rescue the Hebrew people from Egyptian oppression. He creates

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    The book of exodus speaks about slavery of the Israelite by the Egyptians and how God uses Moses to release them out of captivity. The Israelite was in slavery for a number of years before they were release. Pharaoh had ordered all the male babies of the isrealites to be killed. Pharoah was scared of the strength that these babies will have when they become men. God send a number of plagues on the Egyptians before he finally released them. The most interesting part of the plagues on the Egyptians

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