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Title: Jonah Takes to the Sea (1:1-10)

The Book of ExodusTransitions
Gods Sovereignty Exodus 5-11
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Week Date Topic
1 10 Mar 10 Exodus Transitions An Introduction
2 17 Mar 10 Gods Preparation of Israel Exodus 1-4
3 24 Mar 10 Gods Sovereignty Exodus 5-11
4 31 Mar 10 Gods Redemption Exodus 121-1316
5 07 Apr10 Gods Completion Exodus 1317-1521
6 14 Apr 10 Gods Instructions to Israel Exodus 1522-1827
7 21 Apr 10 Mosaic Covenant Exodus 191-2411
8 28 Apr 10 Dwelling Among His People Exodus 2412-3118
9 05 May 10 Breaking/Renewing the Covenant Exodus 32-34
10 12 May 10 Senior Blessing Night No classes
11 19 May 10 Israels Worship Exodus 35-40
12 26 May 10 New Testament Implications
13 02 Jun 10 Exodus Transitions A Summary
Todays Objectives
  • Review last weeks lesson
  • Learn about the historical timeline of Exodus
  • Learn about Pharaohs response to Moses request
    to free the Israelites
  • Learn about Moses and Aarons mission from God
    to Pharaoh
  • Learn about the 10 plagues that impact upon Egypt
    and how God uses them to punish Pharaoh
  • See how the plagues align with mythological gods
    worshipped by the Egyptians

Last week
  • Reviewed key points of Exodus
  • Reviewed the timeline of Exodus
  • Reviewed a map of Moses birth and travels
  • Learned about the Pharaohs of Moses time
  • Learned about the Israelites bondage in Egypt
  • Learned the circumstances of Moses' birth and
    family life
  • Learned that Moses flees to Midian after Pharaoh
    learned he had killed an Egyptian
  • Moses marries while in Midian and receives his
    commission to free the Israelites from bondage

Key Points of Exodus
  • Gods grace towards His people
  • Delivery from the bonds of slavery
  • Deliverance to the freedom of a covenant
    relationship and fellowship with him
  • No other biblical book surfaces elsewhere in the
    OT as frequently as the Book of Exodus does in
    the NT only the Books of Psalms and Isaiah are
    cited more
  • Acts 7 is a key companion to Exodus and a quick

  • Moses lived from approximately 1525-1405 BC
  • Completed writing of Exodus after 1445 BC
  • Exodus covers approximately 431 years of history
  • Arrival of Jacob and his family in Egypt to the
    construction of the Tabernacle in Sinai in 1445
  • Israelites lived in Egypt for 430 years (Gen
  • Time of oppression was 400 years (Gen 1513)
  • Transition time in Egypt
  • Egyptians had expelled the Hyskos rulers of the
  • Egyptians formed a world power of which there was
    no match

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Rulers of Egypt in Exodus
  • Ahmose I (1570-1548 BC)
  • Founder of the New Kingdom after the expulsion of
    the Hyksos rulers, consolidated borders
  • Initiated temple building projects
  • Amenhotep (1548-1528)
  • Thutmose I (1528-1518 BC)
  • Meaning Born of Thoth
  • Thoth the Egyptian god of wisdom
  • Moses early childhood
  • Therefore Moses would be Egyptian Born of and
    Mu meaning water

Rulers of Egypt in Exodus
  • Thutmose II (1518-1504)
  • Moses from about age 8 until 21
  • Thutmose III (1504-1450)
  • Queen Hatshepsut (1498-1483, co-regency)
  • He is called the Napoleon of Ancient Egypt
  • He created the largest empire Egypt had ever seen
  • Moses kills Egyptian identifies with his
    brethren (Heb. 1124-26) then leaves Egypt (1486
    BC, Ex 211-15)
  • Moses dwells in Midian 40 years (Acts 730)

King of Upper Lower Egypt Menkheper Ra Son of
Ra Thetmess
Thutmose III
Rulers of Egypt in Exodus
  • Amenhotep II (1450-1425)
  • Seventh pharaoh of the 18th Dynasty
  • Son of Thutmose III
  • Successful military campaigns
  • Considered to be the Pharaoh of the Exodus
  • Firstborn slain in the last plague (Ex 1229)
  • His eldest son did not follow him to throne.
  • over, after Dream Inscription of Thutmose IV
  • Notes
  • Archaeologists give us great detail on the
    Pharaohs of Moses time
  • Mummies have been found for each of the Pharaohs

Amenhotep II
Chapter 5-11 Outline
  • Pharaoh's response to Moses (51 61)
  • Moses and Aarons equipment as God's messengers
  • The confirmation of Moses and Aaron's divine
    mission (78-13)
  • The first three plagues (714819)
  • The fourth, fifth, and sixth plagues (820912)
  • The seventh, eight, and ninth plagues
  • The proclamation of the tenth plague (111-32)

Conflict Between Pharaoh
  • God permitted the conflict between Moses and
    Pharaoh for at least three reasons
  • God displays His superior power and sovereignty
    over Pharaoh and the gods of Egypt
  • God strengthened the faith of His people
  • God also used these events to heighten
    anticipation of and appreciation for the

Pharaoh's Response to Moses (51 61)
  • Moses and Aaron present Gods commands to Pharaoh
    Amenhotep II (51)
  • To go worship the God of Israel
  • Did not perform miracles but merely asked him to
    allow the Israelites to leave Egypt
  • Pharaoh Amenhotep IIs response (52-21)
  • Pharaohs were considered god-like
  • Would not let them go
  • Responded by making the working conditions of the
    Israelites even more harsh (56-21)
  • God promises deliverance (522-61)
  • Ultimately Amenhotep II will let the Israelites

Moses and Aarons Equipment as God's Messengers
  • God explains to Moses that he will deliver Israel
    out of Egypt (62-9)
  • Reminded Moses of the promise/covenant
  • God promises to do three things
  • Deliver Israel from bondage (62)
  • He would adopt Israel as His nation (67)
  • He would bring Israel into the promised land
  • God directs Moses to repeat the request to the
    Pharaoh (610-13)
  • Moses fears he cannot speak convincingly

Moses and Aarons Equipment as God's Messengers
  • Genealogical review of Moses and Aaron (614-30)
  • Gods appointed messengers to the Israelites
  • Moses was as God to Pharaoh (71-7)
  • Gods will revealed to Moses
  • Aaron would be Moses prophet and would
    communicate Moses and Gods will to Pharaoh
  • God refers to the miracles Moses would do as
    signs and wonders
  • Ultimate purpose of Gods actions was His own
  • Moses was 80 and Aaron was 83 at this time

Moses Family Tree (614-27)
The Confirmation of Moses and Aaron's Divine
Mission (78-13)
  • Pharaoh requests that Moses and Aaron perform a
    miracle to prove their divine (79-10)
  • Aarons staff turned to a snake
  • Pharaoh performs a similar thing, perhaps
    promulgated by God
  • Aarons consumed Pharaohs snake
  • Pharaohs heart had become hardened and could not
    see (713)

  • Psalm 7843 locates the plagues in northern Egypt
    near Zoan
  • God sends the plagues to punish Pharaoh for his
    refusal to obey God
  • Nature of the plagues
  • Natural occurrences rather than unknown events
  • Some affected only the Egyptians
  • Severity increased
  • Carried a moral purpose

Egyptian pantheon 80 gods
  • The ancient Egyptians believed in many different
    gods and goddesses. Each one with their own role
    to play in maintaining peace and harmony across
    the land.
  • The ancient Egyptians believed that it was
    important to recognize and worship these gods and
    goddesses so that life continued smoothly.
  • When they won battles, it was proof their gods
    were with them and were more powerful than their

10 Plagues
Plague Scripture Egyptian gods Represents
River of blood 714-25 Hapi/Nilus Sacred river god
Frogs 81-15 Heka, Osiris Reproduction god
Gnats 816-19 Seb Earth god
Flies 820-32 Beelzebub God of flies
Livestock 91-7 Apis, Hathor Sacred bull/cow
Boils 98-12 Neit
Hail 913-1029 Apis
Locusts 101-20 Serapis Protects land from locusts
Darkness 1021-29 Ra Supreme sun god
Death of first born 11 Pharaoh, Piah God of life
Archaeological Evidence
  • Hieratic papyrus in Leiden (1909)
  • Plague is throughout the land
  • Blood is everywhere
  • The river is blood
  • No fruit or herbs are found
  • All is ruin, trees are destroyed
  • The land is not light dark
  • Some speculate that the rest of the plagues are a
    result of the Nile flooding
  • The tenth biblical plague against Egypt fits with
    what is known about the death of Amenhotep IIs
    firstborn son

Plague 1 Nile into Blood HapiSpirit of the
  • Hapi was in male form well-developed, almost
    female, breasts. He was a personification of the
    waters of the Nile.

Plague 1 Osiris God of the Underworld Giver
of Life.
  • Osiris Appearance A mummified man wearing a
    white cone-like headdress with feathers
  • The Nile was his bloodstream.

Plague 2 FrogsHeqt goddess of birth
  • The Egyptians believed the frog was the symbol of
    the life-giving power-goddess, Heka. She was the
    goddess who oversaw the women, the mid-wives, who
    helped women have babies. She was thought to blow
    the breath of life into the nostrils.
  • Egyptians often had little statutes of frogs on
    their night-stands.
  • The killing of a frog punishable by death!

Plague 3 LiceSand/ flies.Geb was the earth
  • Appearance Man lying down below the arch of the
    sky goddess Nut.
  • This plague would have been an embarrassment to
    Geb,. Egyptians gave offerings to Geb for the
    bounty of the soil -- yet it was from "the dust
    of the soil" that this plague originated.
  • Priests shave hair, impure with lice unable to
    perform sacred tasks or beseech their gods for

Sekhmet was the goddess of war.
  • Sekhmet 'The Powerful One' Appearance
  • Woman with the head of a lioness
  • Not much help in the Red Sea crossing!

Plague 1 2Sobek was a Nile god.
  • Sobek Appearance Man with the head of a
    crocodile and a headdress of feathers and a
    sun-disk. . Live crocodiles were kept in pools at
    temples built to honour Sobek.

Plague 1 Khnum the Guardian of Nile
  • Appearance Man with the head of a curly-horned
    ram Khnum was a creator god.

Plague 3 SwarmsAmon-Ra King of the Gods
  • As a scarab beetle pushes a round ball of dung in
    front of it, the Egyptians pictured Ra as a
    scarab pushing the sun across the sky.
  • Swarms of Scarabs, with teeth that were more
    destructive than termites!

Plague 5 Hathor Goddess of love Sacred
  • Perhaps Hathor's most famous manifestation is as
    a cow. . Even when appearing as a woman, she
    often sports a cow's head or at least a pair of
    cow ears,, the nourishing, generosity of the cow
    is always readily available under the surface

Plague 5- CattleHathor Mother Goddess
  • Appearance Woman with the ears of a cow. Had
    a headdress of horns and a sun disk Hathor was
    a protective goddess. She was also the goddess of
    love and joy.

Plague 5 CattleSacred Cows
  • Priests of the bull cults identified a sacred
    bull by its very specific markings (described
    below). Once the bull was proclaimed to be a god
    incarnate, it was taken to the temple compound
    where it was purified, stabled in majestic
    quarters, fed the best foods, and given a herd of
    the finest cows.

Plague 5 CattleThe Apis Bull Cult
Plague 5 AnimalsBast The Cat Goddess of Love
  • Also would kill cats which were worshipped.

All Plagues she did not help!Bastet Protective
  • Appearance Woman with the head of a cat
  • The cat was a symbol of Bastet. The ancient
    Egyptians made many statues of cats like this one
    to honour Bastet.

Plague 6 BoilsImhotep the god of medicine
  • He was also associated with Thoth and became a
    patron of wisdom and medicine. Miraculous cures
    were often attributed to him.

Plague 7 Hail came from the sky
  • Where was Nut the Sky Goddess?
  • Appearance Woman whose body arches across the
    sky, wearing a dress decorated with stars.

7 Plague of HailSeth protector of crops
  • Appearance Man with the head of an animal'

Plague 7-8 Hail and LocustSeth protector of
  • God of thunder and storm.
  • Why allow Hail and Locusts?

Plague 7-8 Hail Locusts Shu God of the
  • Solar deity son of Ra and Hathor.
  • God of air and the atmosphere.

Plague 8 LocustsWhere was Isis?
  • Goddess of life and nature.

Plague 9- DarknessAten Form of Sun God
  • Appearance
  • A sun disk with rays which end in hands

Plague 10 Nekhebet Protector of Royal children
  • Nekhebet (Nekhbet)
  • A guardian goddess who looked after children and
    mothers.She protected and suckled the royal
  • She is shown hovering over the Pharaoh in
    vulture-form, holding a fly-whisk and a seal

10 Osiris God of the Underworld Giver of
  • Why was Osiris unable to save all the first born

Plague 10Bes Protector of the family
  • Bes Appearance Dwarf with lion and human
    features, wearing the skin of a lion
  • Bes was the protector of pregnant women, newborn
    babies and the family.

Preparing for the Tenth Plague (111-10)
  • God informs Moses of one final plague on Pharaoh
    Amenhotep II and upon Egypt (111-3)
  • After this, Pharaoh will let the Israelites go
  • Will be driven out of Egypt completely
  • Directs the people to prepare
  • Moses delivers the message to the Pharaoh
  • Every first born son in Egypt is to die,
    including that of the Pharaoh and even the cattle
  • Israel will be spared
  • Still Pharaoh Amenhotep would not listen

  • Reviewed last weeks lesson
  • Learned about the historical timeline of Exodus
  • Learned about Pharaohs response to Moses
    request to free the Israelites
  • Learned about Moses and Aarons mission from God
    to Pharaoh
  • Learned about the 10 plagues that impact upon
    Egypt and how God uses them to punish Pharaoh
  • Saw how the plagues align with mythological gods
    worshipped by the Egyptians
  • Next week Gods Redemption- Exodus 121-1316
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