Living in a foreign land
Thirteen studies for small groups on Exodus 1-15.
The book of Exodus continues where Genesis left off: with the Israelites living in Egypt. But where they were once favoured guests, they are now enslaved immigrants. The first fifteen chapters of Exodus tell how God rescued his people out of Egypt, despite their lack of faith, their inadequate leaders, and the best efforts of Pharaoh to prevent them. These chapters are among the most significant in the Old Testament for demonstrating God’s saving nature and explaining the way in which true salvation will come through Christ.
These Bible studies are intended for use in small groups wanting to explore the riches of the Old Testament, to see how it is fulfilled in Christ, and to recognise the demands of God on our lives today.