Spend Thirty Days Learning the Lessons of Exodus!
Exodus is central to grasping the message of the Old Testament, just as the Old Testament is central to grasping the message of the entire Bible. The Jews rightly looked back at Exodus in a similar way to how Christians look at the Gospels and Acts: it tells of the time when God redeemed his people. Their move from slavery to freedom foreshadows our transition, as Christians, from the kingdom of darkness to the kingdom of light (Colossians 1:13–14; John 8:31–34).
The Book of Exodus contains three clear transitions. The first is from slavery to liberation (1:1–15:21). The second transition moved God's people from their Egyptian escape to Sinai, where he gave them his law (15:22–24:18). And the third is from Sinai to the tabernacle, where God appeared to all Israel (25:1–40:38). You'll learn applicable lessons from each phase of their journey.
After reading Night of Redemption–ideally along with the entire Book of Exodus–you will love God at a more confident and trusting level. Your faith will be nourished. You'll notice numerous practical applications. Your efforts won't go unrewardedâÐeven if you are a seasoned student of the Word.