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Please Note:    The lines/spaces that are provided at the end of questions are not intended to communicate that your answer (s) should match ours exactly. Your responses may be more or less detailed than ours. Example:    For the section dedicated to Exodus chapter 1, you are asked to list the highlights or main points of chapter 1 and 7 lines/spaces are provided for your response. You may not see 7 highlights or main points. Just list the ones that are apparent to you. The goal of these sheets is to provide a tool that you can use to read and retain the glorious revelation that God has miraculously preserved for us.

May these study guides be a blessing to you as the Holy Spirit reveals to you the greatness of a God who loves you and wants you to know Him.

At the end of each study guide you can see some of our responses to certain selected questions.

EXODUS
Study Guide Work Sheets

Simple review of our previous study in the book of Genesis

Meaning of the word Genesis:     _______________________________________________________

Genesis might be summarized by the following 3 words:
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Significance and meaning of the name/word Hebrew:
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The account of Israel's exodus is one of the greatest and most exciting stories in the Old Testament. It is filled with types and shadows of Christ and His redemptive work, and it is rich in truths which are especially meaningful today.

The story begins at a time when the children of Israel had been in the land of Egypt for nearly 400 years. Jacob (Israel) and his family had moved there and were reunited with Joseph during the great famine.

During their early years in the land of Goshen, the Hebrews had enjoyed the love and respect of the Egyptians because of Joseph. The Lord used Joseph to preserve many lives during the famine. In the course of time, the family of Israel multiplied and became a great nation.

The time came when the Egyptians no longer remembered the blessing that had come to them through Joseph. In spite of any good that came from the Hebrews, the Egyptians never accepted the Hebrew people as equal. They were once viewed as honored guests but later seemed to be simply tolerated.

The deteriorating effects of their living arrangement is typified by the fact they were being forced into slavery and Egyptian leaders were conspiring to kill the male Hebrew children.

Their taskmasters placed them in bondage and made them serve with rigor. The children of Israel then began to remember-the God of their fathers, and they began to cry to the Lord to help them. The Lord heard their cry and raised up a mighty prophet to lead them out of their bondage in Egypt.

This prophet was Moses, a deliverer of the people, whose mission and ministry beautifully foreshadowed the Lord Jesus Christ, whom God sent to lead humanity out of the bondage of sin, sickness and death.

Exodus / What Once Was A Family Has Now Become A Nation

Exodus Might Be Summarized by the following three words:
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Highlights In Chapter 1:
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CHAPTER 1- READ THE CHAPTER FIRST
1. What were the names of the 12 sons of Jacob? 1:5
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2. From verses 6 and 7, give a summary of what happened in the course of time to this group of 70 people.
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3. Because the nation grew so large, the Egyptians became fearful. What did they do to the Israelites? 1:8-11
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4. What was the result of their afflicting the Hebrew people? 1:12
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5. As the hatred and fear of the Hebrews grew in the hearts of the Egyptians, what form of persecution was discharged against them? 1:13,14
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6. As persecution increased, what order did Pharaoh make concerning all the male children of Israel? 1:15-22
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Our Responses:

Meaning of the word Genesis:
        Beginnings

Genesis might be summarized by the following 3 words:
1)     Generation
2)     De-Generation
3)     Re-Generation