In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. He [Jesus Christ -Yeshua] was in the beginning with God.


The Book of Exodus (c. 1875-1445 BC) is the second of the five books known as the Law in the Holy Bible. It is the record of the birth of Israel as a nation. Central to this birth is God’s redemption of Israel from Egypt and His covenant with Israel through Moses. God reveals His laws and His expectations of Israel to be set apart unto Him. In return, Israel would be His people blessed above all nations.

The events of Israel’s birth pangs in Exodus are parallel to the events prophesized for Israel at the end of this age in which we are living today. The current birth pangs of Israel’s Messianic restoration will crescendo until the day of Israel’s redemption at the second coming of Jesus Christ, the Messiah. He will execute great judgments upon the Gentile nations for their persecution of Israel, and He will fulfill an everlasting covenant with Israel. He will write His laws in the hearts and minds of His people.

The Redemption:

Exodus 1-4: Israel’s growth and persecution in Egypt; God’s call on Moses - the deliverer

Exodus 5-15: The redemption of Israel from the Egyptian Pharaoh; the Passover

Exodus 15-18: God’s protection of Israel in the wilderness

The Covenant:

Exodus 19: God’s Mosaic Covenant – the covenant with Moses

Exodus 20-23: The Ten Commandments; the Judgments – laws for daily living

Exodus 24-31: The Tabernacle and the Priests

Exodus 32-35: The sin and salvation of Israel

Exodus 36-40: The building of the Tabernacle and God’s glorious inhabitation