God Delivers

God Delivers SquareGod Delivers – A Bible Study for Men

Men,

Many years ago, the nation of Israel was enslaved in Egypt. God delivered them. He redeemed them from their bondage. But the exodus is not just an interesting story. It’s actually a pivotal event in history because it provides the framework for understanding God as Redeemer.

God wrote to you because he wanted you to know Him, understand your need for Him, and know what He did to redeem you. The book of Exodus is a picture of God as Redeemer. Just as God delivered Israel from slavery in Egypt, He delivers you from slavery to sin. In  Leviticus and Deuteronomy, God gave His law, because he wants you to understand your need of him and he wants you to reflect his holiness and you to shine as light in the darkness.

In this study, we’re going to look at the major elements of God’s redemption of Israel. We’ll study the exodus, the Red Sea, the golden calf, the giving of the law and the tabernacle. Each event is filled with drama, but we’re going to look beneath the surface of these accounts, and discover what we can about ourselves and God. What we’ll find is that we desperately need to know our Redeemer, and our Redeemer wants to be known.

Course schedule and resources:

God Delivers

January 11 & 13
NOTES
The Redeemer Responds ( Exodus 2-4 )
January 18 & 20
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The Redeemer Reveals His Glory ( Exodus 5-10 )
January 25 & 27
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The Redeemer Judges and Saves ( Exodus 11-12 )
February 1 & 3
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Isreal’s Deliverance and Egypts Defeat ( Exodus 13-15 )
February 8 & 10
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Grumbling and Grace: The Wilderness Test ( Exodus 17 )
February 15 & 17
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Rebellion Against the Redeemer ( Exodus 32 )

 God the Lawgiver

February 22 & 24
NOTES
The Loving Lawgiver ( Exodus 19-10 )
February 29 & March 1 God of Our Relationships ( Exodus 20 )
March 7 & 9
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The Lawgiver’s Tabernacle ( Exodus 25, 35-40)
March 21 & 23
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Atonement Sacrifices, Part 1  ( Leviticus 1-3 )
April 4 & 6
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Atonement Sacrifices, Part 2 ( Leviticus 4-5 )
April 11 & 13
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The Law’s Blessing and Curse ( Deuteronomy 10-11 )