Tell Me THE STORY - Week 6 Print
Written by Dewey Howard   
Thursday, 30 August 2018 06:35

“I will take you as my own people, and I will be your God. Then you will know that I am the Lord your God.”

(Exodus 6:7)


430 years had passed since Jacob had moved his entire family to live in Egypt.  But new Pharaohs, “to whom Joseph meant nothing” (Ex 1:8) came to rule and forced the Israelites into bitter slavery.  But God had not forgotten His covenant promises, and His people still meant something.

God heard their cries for help, and it was time for God to act. But He had more in mind than just relieving suffering.  It was time to establish Israel as the covenant nation of promise, and He wanted Israel (and the world) to know that He alone is God, the exalted One with authority over the kings and gods of the earth.


 Watch this video for an introduction to THE STORY in Exodus.


Watch this video before reading THE STORY beginning in Exodus 19.


"Exodus At A Glance"


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Reading Schedule for Week 6

Week 6 Readings

Teaching Notes for Week 6 Class

Visuals for Week 6 Class


Traditional route of the exodus to Mt. Sinai

Traditional Mt Sinai Route



An alternative, more likely route of the exodus to Mt. Sinai

Alternate Mt Sinai Route



Click here for an analysis of the Plagues on Egypt
(from The Bible Knowledge Commentary)



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