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Exodus : learning to trust God : 24 studies in 2 parts for individuals or groups / James Reapsome. [print]

By: Reapsome, James W [author]Material type: TextTextSeries: A LifeGuide Bible StudyPublication details: Downers Grove, Illinois : InterVarsity Press, [(c)2000. Description: 111 pages : 21 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0830830235; 9780830830237Subject(s): Inspiration & Spirituality | Christian Bible Study Guides | Old Testament Bible StudyLOC classification: BS1245.5.E963 2000BS1245.5.R288.E963 2000COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
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PennsylvaniaRT ONE: LIBERATING GOD'S PEOPLE, EXODUS 1-19: Exodus 1, courageous resistance Exodus 2, a mother's faith Exodus 3-4, facing the impossible Exodus 5:1-7:7, obedient courage Exodus 7:8-10:29, God's power on the line Exodus 11:1-12:28, night of deliverance Exodus 12:29-13:16, freedom and its cost Exodus 13:17-14:31, from crisis to triumph Exodus 15:1-21, praise for the past and hope for the future Exodus 15:22-17:16, God overcomes all Exodus 18, wise counsel Exodus 19, hearing God's voice.
PennsylvaniaRT TWO: TEACHING GOD'S PEOPLE, EXODUS 20-40: Exodus 20:1-21, God's character and human welfare Exodus 20:22-23:19, a well-ordered society Exodus 23:20-24:18, God's call to His people Exodus 25-27, God's blueprint for worship Exodus 28:1-29:37, responding to God's holiness Exodus 29:38-31:18, discovering God's presence Exodus 32, idolatry's fearful toll Exodus 33, God's assurance Exodus 34, renewing the covenant Exodus 35-36, giving back to God Exodus 37:1-39:31, finding God in all things Exodus 39:32-40:38, praise and reflection.
Subject: Trust God. Sounds simple, right? Yet, you know it is often very, very difficult to trust God with the things that matter most to you--money, career, marriage, health. As you study the book of Exodus, you'll see that Israel faced similar struggles to trust God completely. In this story of hardship and hope, you'll discover along with Israel that God--and God alone--is worthy of our trust.
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PennsylvaniaRT ONE: LIBERATING GOD'S PEOPLE, EXODUS 1-19: Exodus 1, courageous resistance Exodus 2, a mother's faith Exodus 3-4, facing the impossible Exodus 5:1-7:7, obedient courage Exodus 7:8-10:29, God's power on the line Exodus 11:1-12:28, night of deliverance Exodus 12:29-13:16, freedom and its cost Exodus 13:17-14:31, from crisis to triumph Exodus 15:1-21, praise for the past and hope for the future Exodus 15:22-17:16, God overcomes all Exodus 18, wise counsel Exodus 19, hearing God's voice.

PennsylvaniaRT TWO: TEACHING GOD'S PEOPLE, EXODUS 20-40: Exodus 20:1-21, God's character and human welfare Exodus 20:22-23:19, a well-ordered society Exodus 23:20-24:18, God's call to His people Exodus 25-27, God's blueprint for worship Exodus 28:1-29:37, responding to God's holiness Exodus 29:38-31:18, discovering God's presence Exodus 32, idolatry's fearful toll Exodus 33, God's assurance Exodus 34, renewing the covenant Exodus 35-36, giving back to God Exodus 37:1-39:31, finding God in all things Exodus 39:32-40:38, praise and reflection.

Trust God. Sounds simple, right? Yet, you know it is often very, very difficult to trust God with the things that matter most to you--money, career, marriage, health. As you study the book of Exodus, you'll see that Israel faced similar struggles to trust God completely. In this story of hardship and hope, you'll discover along with Israel that God--and God alone--is worthy of our trust.

James W. Reapsome is a retired pastor who also formerly served as editor of Evangelical Missions Quarterly and the World Pulse newsletter. He was also executive director of Evangelical Missions Information Service in Wheaton, Illinois. He is the co-editor of Innovation in Mission and the author of LifeGuide studies such as Exodus, Hebrews, Grief, and Marriage.

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