Tag Archives: Exodus

God Among His People

The One Year Chronological Bible, NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), February 10  “So I will consecrate the tabernacle of meeting and the altar. I will also consecrate both Aaron and his sons to minister to Me as priests. I will dwell among the children of Israel and will be their God. And they shall know that I […]

Trust Me!

The One Year® Chronological Bible (Tyndale, NKJV), February 6  God says, “Trust Me!” Man says, “I’ll trust what I can see.” It’s unnatural to walk by faith. If it were easy, everyone would be doing it! Adam and Eve learned that truth in the garden when they chose what they could see over what God […]

Songs Stick

The One Year® Chronological Bible, NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), February 5  People are hardwired to remember songs and to respond to music. Both good and bad ideologies, communicated through a catchy tune, stick to the heart, so it isn’t any wonder that Moses composes a song to capture God’s deliverance of Israel out of Egypt and […]

Annual Teaching Tool

The One Year® Chronological Bible, NKJV, (Tyndale, 2013), February 4 The Passover would mark the new beginning of the nation of Israel: “This month shall be your beginning of months; it shall be the first month of the year to you” (Ex. 12:2). The weeklong celebration would be called “The Feast of Unleavened Bread.” On […]

Disappointment with God

The One Year® Chronological Bible, NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), February 2  God appears to Moses and declares His intervention on Israel’s behalf. Moses and Aaron share this good news with Israel, and the people “bowed their heads and worshiped” (Ex. 4:31). The same crowd, a few days later, grumbles with disappointment when their situation continues to […]

The God Who Is

The One Year® Chronological Bible, NKJV (Tyndale, 2013), February 1 The Exodus Era covers approximately 470 years of Israel’s history: 430 years in Egypt and 40 years in the wilderness. Israel has multiplied to a people group of more than three million people—just as God had promised their forefathers Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. The conditions […]