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Title: Moses and the Passover Covenant


1
Moses and the Passover Covenant
  • Exodus 1 - 15
  • Tuesday, December 16, 2014

2
Moses is raised in household of Pharaoh.
  1. Moses escapes the slaughter of Hebrew boys and is
    adopted by Pharaohs daughter.
  2. After killing an Egyptian soldier, Moses, 40,
    flees to Midian.

3
Moses is raised in household of Pharaoh.
  1. In Midian, Moses marries Zipporah, the daughter
    of Jethro, priest of Midian.

4
2. God appears to Moses at the age of 80 in the
form of a burning bush.
  1. God reveals His name as I AM WHO AM.
  2. God reveals Himself as the God of Abraham, Isaac
    and Jacob.

5
2. God appears to Moses at the age of 80 in the
form of a burning bush.
  1. God calls Moses to lead the Israelites out of
    Egypt for a three day journey.
  2. Moses reluctantly accepts the call, but God
    equips him with signs.

6
Moses returns to Egypt, and with his brother
Aaron, asks Pharaoh to let his people go.
  1. Pharaoh does not permit the Israelites to leave
    and increases their workload.
  2. Moses turns to the Lord for direction,
    highlighting their intimacy.

7
Moses returns to Egypt, and with his brother
Aaron, asks Pharaoh to let his people go.
  1. God unleashes a series of plagues on Egypt, but
    Pharaoh remains defiant.

8
4. The Passover marks the tenth plague, the
death of the first-born. The Passover
  1. Was Israels protection against the death of the
    first-born.
  2. Was given to Moses by God as a perpetual
    institution.

9
4. The Passover marks the tenth plague, the
death of the first-born. The Passover
  1. Involved the slaughter and eating of an
    unblemished lamb and eating unleavened bread.
  2. Lamb gave the first-born life by the shedding of
    its blood.

10
5. After the death of his son, Pharaoh lets the
Israelites go.
  1. The Israelites, their possessions, and their
    animals, leave Egypt in haste.
  2. The Lord guided them out of Egypt toward the Red
    Sea.

11
5. After the death of his son, Pharaoh lets the
Israelites go.
  1. Pharaoh changes his mind and chases down the
    Israelites with his armies.
  2. God parts the Red Sea, allowing the Israelites to
    escape.

12
5. After the death of his son, Pharaoh lets the
Israelites go.
  1. In order to be saved, the Israelites had to pass
    through water.
  2. The Israelites rejoiced with their freedom from
    Egypt.

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6. In summary, we have seen in Exodus 1-15 that
  1. Despite reluctance, Moses answered Gods call to
    lead Israel out of Egypt.
  2. By the blood and flesh of the lamb, the
    Israelites survived the 10th plague.
  3. In order to be liberated from Egypt, the
    Israelites passed through water.

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6. In summary, we have seen in Exodus 1-15 that
  • God continues His plan of Salvation by
    establishing His covenant with Noah. The
    characteristics of Gods covenant with Noah are
  • Mediator (the person as the representative of
    Gods covenant) Moses.
  • Form (the size of the covenant) Nation.
  • Sign (the action or symbol of the covenant)
    Passover.

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Gods Covenants Throughout Salvation History
From Dr. Scott Hahn, A Father Who Keeps His
Promises
Adam
Covenant Mediator
Noah
Abraham
Moses
Covenant Role
1. Husband
4. Father
10. Judge
7. Chieftain
Covenant Form
2. Marriage
5. Household
8. Tribe
11. Nation
Covenant Sign
3. Sabbath
6. Rainbow
9. Circumcision
12. Passover
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For Discussion
  1. Describe a time (or times) in your life when God
    used certain signs in your life to communicate
    His will to you. What did you learn about how
    God communicates to you in those experiences?
  2. Although he had free will, Pharaoh chose to be
    obstinate in his disobedience to God. What kind
    of a risk does God take with us when He gives us
    free will? Why would he allow us to disobey Him?
    What could comes from us having the freedom to
    love Him or reject Him?
  3. Describe a time in your life when trusting God
    brought you through a difficult situation.
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