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Step By Step: Old Testament Lesson 7: The Exodus: Moses and the Call. Rev. Christopher J. Respass Antioch Bible Institute Fall 2012. The Exodus: Background. Background (Chap. 1) A. The house of Jacob grew exponentially ! (v.1-7). 1. Started with about 70 people from Canaan.

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step by step old testament lesson 7 the exodus moses and the call

Step By Step: Old TestamentLesson 7: The Exodus: Moses and the Call

Rev. Christopher J. RespassAntioch Bible InstituteFall 2012

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The Exodus: Background
  • Background (Chap. 1)

A. The house of Jacob grew exponentially! (v.1-7).

1. Started with about 70 people from Canaan.

2. the people were fruitful, increased greatly, multiplied and grew exceedingly strong (v.7).

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The Exodus: Background

B. The new Pharaoh did not trust the people of Israel (v.8-22).

1. He didn’t “know Joseph” nor did he have respect for his contribution to the Egyptians’ wellbeing (v.8).

2. He did recognize the potential threat to Egyptian safety presented by the Israelites.

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The Exodus: Background

3. Pharaoh oppressed the Israelites

a) Set taskmasters to afflict them with huge burdens (e.g., building cities) (v.11-14).

b) Instructed Hebrew midwives to murder Hebrew boys at birth (v.15- 17).

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The Exodus: Background

c) Instructed all Egyptians to cast all Hebrew male children/infants into the Nile River (v.22).

4. Despite Pharaoh’s efforts, the Israelites multiplied (v.12, 20).

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The Exodus: Moses
  • Moses

A. The Birth and Initial Rearing (Exod. 2:1-10)

1. Moses is born, lives with his family for a while and is eventually and placed in an “ark” on the Nile when he can no longer be hidden.

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The Exodus

2. Miriam, his sister follows the ark as it floats down the Nile.

3. Pharaoh’s daughter retrives it and gives it to Miriam to locate a Hebrew woman to nurse him—his mother.

Q: how was God at work in this?

Q: Can man’s plans and God’s hand come together? (see, Prov. 16:9)

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The Exodus

B. Moses on the Run (Exod. 2:11-15).

1. Moses is living as a son of Pharaoh.

--best education, food, training, etc.

2. He sees an Egyptian beating a Hebrew and kills him (Exod. 2:12).

3. The truth comes out about the murder and Moses flees for his life (v.15).

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The Exodus
  • The Call of Moses (Exodus 3)

1. God is moved by the cries of the people—He knows!(Exod. 2:23-25).

2. Moses is attending to Jethro’s sheep and sees a burning bush that is not consumed (Exod. 3:1-4).

Q: Why wasn’t the bush consumed?

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The Exodus

3. God explains the situation and the reason for the call (v.7-10).

4. God calls Moses with these words:

“Come, I will send you to Pharaoh that you may bring my people, the children of Israel, out of Egypt." Exodus 3:10

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The Exodus

Q: How would you have responded to the burning bush?

Q: How would you have responded to the call?

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The Exodus

D. Moses’ Excuses

1. I’m not worthy (Exod. 3:11-12).

2. I Don’t know Enough about God (Exod. 3:13-23).

3. The people will not believe me (Exod. 4:1-9).

4. I can’t speak in public(Exod. 4:10-12).

5. I don’t want to go! (Exod. 4:13).

Any of this sound familiar?