Exodus Bible Study – FREE Study Guide and Introduction

This 7-week Bible study on Exodus part 2 starts today and ends on March 1st.
Get a link to the FREE Study Guide below, as well as our reading schedule.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

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Exodus Part 1: Chapters 1-15

Part 1 Study Guide & Table of Contents

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Exodus Part 2: Chapters 16-40

Week 1 – Study Guide and Introduction

Week 1 – Part 2

Week 2 – Part 1

Week 3 – Part 1

Week 3 – Part 2

Week 4 – Part 1

Week 4 – Part 2

 This study is currently in progress

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What you’ll find in the study guide are questions for each chapter. The questions are designed to get you thinking and to keep you focused. Some may be easy and other questions may prompt you to do a little digging, and cross referencing. All of my answers will be posted on my blog each Friday during the month of the study. I’ll also be posting Monday, Wednesday, and Friday afternoons on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/timewarpwife

Note: You’ll find that some days you are asked to read one chapter, while other days you are asked to read two or three. Here’s why… Exodus is rich in imagery and detail. Some of that detail is repeated nearly word for word near the end of the book where the Israelites carry out God’s specific instructions for building the tabernacle. Instead of repeating ourselves, we take a broader look at the chapters and their meaning. In addition to that, there were a few chapters that I felt worked best as a unit instead of separating them for the study.

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INTRODUCTION

Part 2 of Exodus puts a spotlight on the law of Moses and the building of the tabernacle. It’s rich in detail as God conveys His instructions to Moses. Page after page describes the work that is to take place on the building of the tabernacle. Every detail is given to Moses as he communes on the mountain with God.

The symbolism runs deep as we compare Old Testament scriptures with the New Covenant between Jesus Christ and His church. We see that nothing is left undone. God’s perfect plan for salvation was woven throughout the scriptures like the fine tapestry of a skilled worker.

The tabernacle is a shadow of the church and the new covenant within. Beautifully adorned in fine linen, this tent was a consecrated place for God to dwell among His people.

At times I was angry with the Israelites until I saw myself in them. Impatience led them to a place of idol worship, but God’s forgiveness and grace brought them through.

I was inspired by Moses, a mere man yet totally devoted to the work of the Lord. A man who faithfully carried out each and every one of God’s commands. A leader whose compassion led him to plead for lives of his people. A wise man who knew how important it was for God to lead them to the promised land.

I hope you enjoy this study as much as I did. At times you might ask yourself why all of this detail is important to know. You might wonder how any of this applies to your life and if you should gloss over the chapters to read something new. Don’t. Soak it in. Let God speak to you as He spoke to me. Search the scriptures. Look for every nugget of truth you can find, and you’ll never be left disappointed.

Let God shape your character by learning new things. Stretch you mind and open your heart to His Word.

You are loved by an almighty God,

Darlene Schacht
The Time-Warp Wife

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When Do We Start?

The study starts today and runs for 7 weeks. I have included a reading schedule. Please see below.

Subscribe to my blog so you don’t miss a post. The study is absolutely FREE.

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How do I participate in this study? 

It’s simple. If you haven’t done so already, download a copy of the FREE Bible study guide. You’ll find the download further down this page.

On Mondays I’ll have new printables for you including scripture cards, and a coloring page. Friday is a recap of the week, and my thoughts on the study.

During the week, you’ll study at home, following the outline of the study guide. You can study alone or with a group of friends–well suited for either.

In addition to my posts here, you can find me on Facebook. On Monday, Wednesday, and Friday afternoons, I’ll post my journal entries and share my thoughts on the book of Exodus. I’ll also open up the discussion for you to share your thoughts. In addition to that, we’ll be sharing our blessings each and every day as we celebrate 30 days of gratitude!

Here is a link to my facebook page:

http://www.facebook.com/timewarpwife

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ONLINE RESOURCES: 

These are my favourite online Bible study tools!

Bible Gateway – Every version you can imagine is online
Matthew Henry’s Commentary on the Whole Bible
Looking for an easier commentary? Here’s the Concise Version
Other commentaries you might prefer
Interlinear Bible – I love this one!
Blue Letter Bible – Dig into the Hebrew and Greek
Bible Word Search

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FREE BIBLE STUDY GUIDE

click the image to view and download, or click here

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COLORING PAGE

Click here to print this colouring page. Come back on Friday for another one!

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 BIBLE VERSE CARDS

This month our cards are designed to remind us of the providence of God. As He cared for His people in the desert, so He also cares deeply for us.

You’ll get 7 of these each week (30 in total) 

Week One Page 1 | Page 2

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3Ps Worksheet

As you read through the book of Exodus, one can’t help but notice God’s provision, His protection and His presence. Click here to print off a copy of this worksheet and use it to jot down verses as you see them.

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Use this map as you’re going along to help you remember where the Exodus from Egypt took place and where they stopped on their journey.

Perhaps you can record scripture references on the map to help you keep track.

Click here to view and print a copy of the map

exodus_from_egypt_map

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READING SCHEDULE

Week 1

January 16 – Monday/Tuesday – Exodus 16

January 18 -Wednesday/Thursday – Exodus 17

January 20 -Friday/Saturday – Exodus 18

January 22 -Sunday – Rest

Week 2

January 23 -Monday/Tuesday – Exodus 19

January 25 -Wednesday/Thursday – Exodus 20

January 27 -Friday/Saturday – Exodus 21 & 22

January 29 -Sunday – Rest

Week 3

January 30 – Monday/Tuesday – Exodus 23

February 1 – Wednesday/Thursday – Exodus 24

February 3 – Exodus 25

February 5 – Sunday – Rest

Week 4

February 6 – Monday/Tuesday – Exodus 26

February 8 – Wednesday/Thursday – Exodus 27

February 10 – Friday/Saturday – Exodus 28

February 12 – Sunday – Rest

Week 5

February 13 – Monday/Tuesday – Exodus 29

February 15 – Wednesday/Thursday – Exodus 30-31

February 17 – Friday/Saturday – Exodus 32

February 19 – Sunday – Rest

Week 6

February 20 – Monday/Tuesday – Exodus 33

February 22 – Wednesday/Thursday – Exodus 34

February 24 – Friday/Saturday – Exodus 35-37

February 26 – Sunday – Rest

Week 7

February 27 – Monday/Tuesday – Exodus 38-39

March 1 – Wednesday/Thursday – Exodus 40

 

 

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Written by Darlene Schacht

I'm an Evangelical Christian whose number one priority is to serve Jesus Christ in every area of my life. My husband Michael and I live in Manitoba Canada. Married 25 years, we have four children (three still at home), a bird and two pugs who are everyone's babies, especially mine! Our lives are basically surrounded with three things: our faith, music and everything books. I’m an award winning and New York Times best-selling author who is nothing without the grace of God. Facebook: timewarpwife Twitter: timewarpwife Pinterest: timewarpwife

9 Comments

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    Robin says:

    Darlene-
    Is there a study guide with chapter questions that goes a long with this?
    Thank you for doing this for us!

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    Andrea says:

    Thank you so much for this! I am starting new and love the guidance you give. I am excited to see what God is doing! Btw, I’m bringing some girlfriends with me. It is so easy to link them to you and this study. This is wonderful!!

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