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The message of Exodus : the days of our pilgrimage / Alec Motyer. [print]

By: Material type: TextTextSeries: Bible speaks todayPublication details: Downers Grove, Illinois : InterVarsity Press, (c)2005.Description: 327 pages ; 21 cmContent type:
  • text
Media type:
  • unmediated
Carrier type:
  • volume
ISBN:
  • 0830824278
  • 9780830824274
Subject(s): LOC classification:
  • BS1245.53.M477 2005
  • BS1245.53.M922.M477 2005
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Contents:
Days of darkness (1:1-2:10) The turning point (2:11-25) Old Moses ... new Moses (3:1-10) A sneak preview (3:11 -7:7) The God who is sufficient (3:11-22) The God who is able (4:1-31) Interlude : into the arena (4:14-28) Yes ... no ... why? ... now (4:29-7:7) Viewpoint (7:8- 13:16) Why the plagues? (7:14-10:29) Why the Passover? (11:1-12:42) Remember and respond (12:14-13:16) The next stage : the companionate God God's curious ways (13:17-17:16) Where we've reached and where we're going (19:1-2) To meet with God (19:3-25) The ten words (20:1-20) The Lord means His law and loves His people (20:22-24:11) The Lord's tent (24:12-27:19) The way into the holiest (27:20-30:10) Practicalities (30:11-31:18) A dreadful step back, a huge step forward (32:1-34:35) The glory cloud (35-40).
Summary: When the Lord promised the land of Canaan to Abram and his descendants (Gen 15:7), every part of it was already occupied by other peoples. The long Journey to possession of the Promised Land was prepared by God, yet it led through a path of adversity. We, the readers of the Old Testament, are left to wonder why." In this engaging commentary on Exodus, Alec Motyer explores the character of God through his covenant promises and persistent faithfulness to the people of Israel. Through the story of Israel we are exposed to an unquenchable fire: God the Savior, the Companion and the Indweller, who will not fail those who so often fail him.
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Days of darkness (1:1-2:10) The turning point (2:11-25) Old Moses ... new Moses (3:1-10) A sneak preview (3:11 -7:7) The God who is sufficient (3:11-22) The God who is able (4:1-31) Interlude : into the arena (4:14-28) Yes ... no ... why? ... now (4:29-7:7) Viewpoint (7:8- 13:16) Why the plagues? (7:14-10:29) Why the Passover? (11:1-12:42) Remember and respond (12:14-13:16) The next stage : the companionate God God's curious ways (13:17-17:16) Where we've reached and where we're going (19:1-2) To meet with God (19:3-25) The ten words (20:1-20) The Lord means His law and loves His people (20:22-24:11) The Lord's tent (24:12-27:19) The way into the holiest (27:20-30:10) Practicalities (30:11-31:18) A dreadful step back, a huge step forward (32:1-34:35) The glory cloud (35-40).

When the Lord promised the land of Canaan to Abram and his descendants (Gen 15:7), every part of it was already occupied by other peoples. The long Journey to possession of the Promised Land was prepared by God, yet it led through a path of adversity. We, the readers of the Old Testament, are left to wonder why." In this engaging commentary on Exodus, Alec Motyer explores the character of God through his covenant promises and persistent faithfulness to the people of Israel. Through the story of Israel we are exposed to an unquenchable fire: God the Savior, the Companion and the Indweller, who will not fail those who so often fail him.

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