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The first chapters on the Tabernacle in Exodus (Chapters 25 through 34) were God’s giving the commands/instructions to Moses. In the following chapters, we will see Moses giving the LORD’s commands to the people for the building of the Tabernacle. We are given a second chance to learn the material.

Read Exodus 35
1. List the main parts of the Tabernacle as they are listed in Exodus 35.

2. What do you learn from Exodus 35:21 about those who gave for the building of the Tabernacle?

Read Exodus 36
3. What do you learn about those who Moses called to do the work on the Tabernacle? (Exodus 36:2)

4. How many curtains did they make?

5. What were the materials used for the layers of curtains?

6. What wood was used for the boards for the Tabernacle?

7. What was the veil made of? Screen for the tabernacle door?



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Exodus – Chapter 21

1. List the 10 commandments (in your own words). This is the righteous standard of holiness set by God. Now put yourself and your conduct next to the standard and measure yourself. How do you measure up?

Read Exodus 21
2. What things stick out to you in this chapter?

3. Exodus 21:5-6 deal with the bond servant, the servant who chooses to stay and be a servant voluntarily. Who, according to the following verses, claimed to be a bond-servant?
 Romans 1:1

 Philippians 2:7

 James 1:1

 2 Peter 1:1

 Jude 1:1

4. Can you put your name here, too? Are you a bond-servant for Christ, a willing servant who chooses to submit herself under the Lordship of Jesus? How does your life evidence this?

5. What provisions does Exodus 21 include for the protection of women?



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Read Exodus 20
This chapter is extremely significant in the plan of salvation. God uses the law (as initially given here and further expounded upon and explained later by Moses and Jesus) as the measuring stick against which all humanity will be measured. As we will see, no man is capable of keeping the law, God’s standard of holiness.

1. Restate each of the 10 commandments in your own words. Which ones are problems for you?

2. What do you notice about the first four commandments? The second six?

3. What does Jesus tell us about the law in Matthew 22:36-40?

4. What is God prohibiting in the first commandment? Why is this significant in the history of the world? History of Israel?

5. What does Deuteronomy 6:14 add to this?

Challenge question: How does idol worship figure into the captivity of Israel?

6. What does God mean in verse 5 when He refers to Himself as “a jealous God?” What do you do that makes God jealous?

7. What kinds if things do we see today that qualify as carved images like those referred to in Exodus 20:4?

8. How does someone take the name of the LORD in vain? (Note: “in vain” means without effect or avail; to no purpose; in an improper or irreverent manner. Source: Dictionary.com)

9. What do you learn about the Sabbath from the following verses?
□ Exodus 31:14-16

□ Isaiah 58:13

□ Matthew 12:8

□ Mark 2:27

10. What does it mean to honor your father and mother? How long does that command last in one’s life?

11. What do these verses add to your understanding?
□ Exodus 21:17

□ Deuteronomy 21:18-21

□ Ephesians 6:2

12. What do you learn about the command not to murder from Matthew 5:21-24?

13. What do you learn about the command not to commit adultery from these verses?
□ Leviticus 20:10

□ Proverbs 6:32

□ Matthew 5:27-28

□ Matthew 5:32

14. What do the following verses teach you about lying or bearing false witness?
□ Exodus 23:1

□ Proverbs 6:19

□ Proverbs 14:5

□ Proverbs 19:5, 9

15. What do you learn about the law from these verses?
□ Psalm 19:7-11

□ Matthew 5:19

□ Romans 3:20

□ Romans 7:7

□ Galatians 2:16

□ Galatians 3:11, 20

□ James 2:10


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Exodus – Chapter 19

Read Exodus 19
1. What does God tell Moses to tell the people in verse 4-6?

2. How did the people respond in verse 8?

3. What must the people do in preparation for God’s coming to them? What restrictions does God give them? Why?

4. This close encounter with God at the end of Exodus 19 is amazing. It must have been so incredibly frightening and intense for the people. God is awesome. What do the following verses teach you about God?
□ Deuteronomy 4:24

□ 1 kings 8:27

□ Jeremiah 23:24

□ Psalm 29:4-5

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Read Exodus 14
1. Where does the LORD tell them to camp at the beginning of Exodus 14? Why?

2. What happens to Pharaoh in Exodus 14:5-9?

3. What happens to children of Israel in Exodus 14:10? What do they say to Moses?

4. Copy Exodus 14:13-14 here.

5. What enemy, tangible or intangible, do you face today about which God would say to you, “Do not be afraid. Stand still, and see the salvation of the LORD which He will accomplish for you today?”

6. What do the following verses teach?
□ Deuteronomy 7:18

□ Deuteronomy 31:6

□ Psalm 91

□ Isaiah 41:10

7. Summarize the events of Exodus 14:15-end of the chapter.

8. What is the impact of these events on the children of Israel?

NOTE: We will see that this reaction to God’s power and deliverance is short-lived. The Israelites have a short memory and need frequent reminders that God is for them. It is not unlike us. God delivers us, but we fail to see Him in our deliverance or we quickly forget how He has delivered us or provided for us or saved us or comforted us. We have spiritual dementia. The only way to fight against this spiritual dementia is to stay connected to God through study of His Word, fellowship with other believers, and prayer.


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Exodus Chapter 13 – Out of Egypt

Read Exodus 13
1. What does God command Moses and the people with regard to the firstborn of the children of Israel? Firstborn of the livestock?

2. Why does God not lead Moses and the people of Israel by way of the Philistines?

3. What did Moses take with him when he left Egypt? Why?

4. Where did they travel from Succoth?

5. Copy Exodus 13:21 here. What does it tell you about the people? About God?

6. What do the following verses teach you?
□ Psalm 32:8-9

□ Psalm 119:105

□ Proverbs 3:5,6

□ Proverbs 14:12


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Exodus Chapter 12 – Passover

Read Exodus 12
1. In Chapter 12, God establishes a new calendar. What instructions does Moses give about what is to be done on the 10th day of the month?

2. What requirements are stated for the lamb?

3. What is to be done at twilight on the 14th day? What is to be done with the blood?

4. What specific instructions are given about the cooking and eating of the meat?

5. Copy Exodus 12:23 here.

6. What do you learn about the Feast of Unleavened Bread from this chapter?

7. What is Pharaoh’s response to this plague in Exodus 12:29-32? Egyptians?

8. How many Israelites left Egypt? What was their first stop when they left Egypt?

9. What additional information do you learn about the Passover from Exodus 12:42-49?

10. What do you learn from the following verses?
□ 1 Corinthians 5:7

□ 1 Peter 1:19

□ Revelation 5:6

Note: The feasts of Passover and Unleavened Bread commemorate God’s deliverance of Israel out of Egypt. In addition to looking back, all of the Jewish feasts, of which Passover and Unleavened Bread are just two, look ahead to Jesus, the Messiah (the Promised and Expected One).

Passover is a picture of Jesus, the perfect sacrifice–the lamb without spot or blemish who was slain for the sins of the world so that judgment might “pass over” those would put their trust in the blood of Jesus applied to the door posts of their life.

The Feast of Unleavened Bread is a picture and celebration of the sinlessness of Jesus. Leaven in the Bible is always a picture of sin. To live without leaven for a week is a picture of living a life free of sin’s power over us, a life only possible through the power of the Holy Spirit (after Pentecost).

As we move through the books of the Law, we have already seen and will continue to see signs, pictures and foretellings of the coming Messiah, the one who will deliver the people of God, both Jew and Gentile, from the bondage of sin.

Finally, the night of Jesus’ arrest, He was celebrating a Passover meal with His disciples, explaining to them the new covenant and the symbolism in the celebration as the meal progressed. They didn’t really seem to understand. Review John 13, Luke 22, Matthew 26:18-31. Passover provides the basis for the New Testament ordinance that we call Communion. See Corinthians 11:23-25.

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Read Exodus 11
1. What happens in Exodus 11:2-3?

2. What do you learn about this from Exodus 12:35-36?

3. What plague does God foretell in Chapter 11? What will be the result of this final plague according to God?


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If you  missed our first post on the book of Exodus, check out Exodus – An Introduction.

Read Exodus 7, Exodus 8, 9 and 10
1. What is the first sign Moses and Aaron do before Pharaoh? What happens?

2. Copy Exodus 7:13 here.

3. The first plague God visits on Egypt is described in Exodus 7:17-19. Provide the following information about it: a description of the Plague, Could the magicians copy it? Did it affect all the inhabitants or just the Egyptians, and what was Pharaoh’s response?

For the remaining plagues, provide the following information the same information.

4. Review your information about the plagues. What do you observe? About Moses? About God? About Pharaoh?


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