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Exodus series Resources

Pastor Luke and Pastor Daniel will be preaching a sermon series through the book of Exodus September through November. Check out the resources below, provided to help you get the most out of our series!


Historical Reliability

For a limited time Christianity Today is providing the highly rated documentary, "Patterns of Evidence: Exodus", showing evidence for the historicity of the Exodus free at the link HERE.


Overview

Check out these videos from The Bible Project that give a good overview of Exodus. PART 1 and PART 2.


Reading Schedule - Download the entire Exodus reading schedule HERE.

                                          

Week of Sunday, Oct. 25     

Oct. 26                               Chapter 31

Oct. 27                               Chapter 32

Oct. 28                               Chapter 33

Oct. 29                               Chapter 34

Oct. 30                               Chapter 35

                                          

Week of Sunday, Nov. 1

Nov. 2                                Chapter 36

Nov. 3                                Chapter 37

Nov. 4                                Chapter 38

Nov. 5                                Chapter 39

Nov. 6                                Chapter 40


Week of Sunday, Nov. 8

Catch up on reading through Exodus.

 

DO MORE THAN READ

God speaks to us through His Scripture. So do not only read the Bible, ask God to speak to you, and then listen for His message to you using this recommended Bible contemplation process.


H = Highlight one or more verses from your daily Bible reading that standouts and then focus your attention on the verse(s).

E = Explain to yourself why the highlighted verse(s) was significant to you.

A = Apply by stating how the verse(s) could affect your thoughts, feelings, relationships, or actions.

R = Respond by committing to one or more acts of obedience related to what you have learned from the above.


We highly recommend writing your thoughts on an app or notebook for your own remembrance.