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Week 5 Redeemed with Purpose. The Context The patriarchal period ends with the Israelites in Egypt. Preservation through Joseph. A small number enter Egypt and a large number leave (Abrahamic promise). The guests become slaves under a new pharaoh.

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Week 5 redeemed with purpose

Week 5 Redeemed with Purpose

  • The Context

    • The patriarchal period ends with the Israelites in Egypt.

    • Preservation through Joseph.

    • A small number enter Egypt and a large number leave (Abrahamic promise).

    • The guests become slaves under a new pharaoh.

    • God prepares for redemption by raising up Moses.

    • Note the connection to the Abrahamic covenant (Ex. 2:24)


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Week 5 Redeemed with Purpose

b) The Divine Initiative

  • The revelation is God’s spoken word not the burning bush.

  • God’s call is personal, specific, inviting, and transformational.

  • God’s identification of Himself as the God of the Patriarchs connects the Exodus to the Abrahamic Covenant.

  • God’s further revelation by His covenant name—Yahweh—reveals Him as active in the present and future.


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Week 5 Redeemed with Purpose

c) Moses’s Mission

  • Notice the balance between sovereign activity and human response.

  • God’s promise of His presence is the answer to all Moses’s objections.

    d) The Divine Name

  • Comes from the verb “to be” in the Hebrew.

  • God is absolutely self-existent.

  • I am who I have always been.


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Week 5 Redeemed with Purpose

e) The Priestly Nation

  • “Brought you to myself” indicates they are God’s by creation and redemption.

  • “For all the earth is mine” is statement of missiological intent.

  • Israel to be a “kingdom of priests and a holy nation.”

  • They are to represent the King as a people who obey His Word, reflect His character, and advance His kingdom.


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