Exodus (Letter 2, Larry Crabb’s 66 Love Letters)
Exodus – You Must Know Me to Trust MeUntil we hear His message wrapped up in the stories of real people, we won’t trust that His power could enter our story.God does have a plan. He will do whatever it takes to fully restore His family and to be with them forever.
Exodus: Design for Deliverance – From Ray Stedman<-(click here for entire Bible summary)
The great message of the book of Exodus is that by means of the cross, God has made it possible for a holy, unchangeable God to dwell with us.One of the things I am in perpetual enmity against is the practice among Sunday School teachers (for they are the ones most guilty of this) of teaching children that a building is the house of God.Jesus Christ himself is dwelling in your body which is his temple, and it is built exactly like the tabernacle. It has a three-fold structure:• The outer court is this body of flesh and bones which we see.• The holy place is the soul – the realm of emotions, mind and will. That area in which we have free interchange with one another as we talk and share experiences together.• But deep at the center is the Holy of Holies, your spirit; in that place the Spirit of God dwells.So each of us is a walking tabernacle.
Exodus – David Jeremiah (Understanding the 66 Books of the Bible)
Key thought: God provides the redemption, provision, and guidance His people need.
Key verse: Exodus 14:13 New King James Version (NKJV)
And Moses said to the people, “Do not be afraid. Stand still, and see the salvation of the Lord, which He will accomplish for you today.
Key Action: We must be still in God’s presence, then go forward in God’s power.