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Exodus Chapter 6

Exodus is the true story of how God used Moses to deliver God’s people Israel from slavery in Egypt and then gave them the Ten Commands and the Tabernacle, positioning them to return to the Promised Land.

In times of discouragement it is important to go back to the _________________ of God – and that’s what God reminds Moses of in Exodus chapter 6.


The Three Promises of the Abrahamic Covenant:

Blessing/ Greatness for the people of Israel                                                   “B”

The Promised ____________ would be Israel’s forever                             “L”

The ___________ of Abraham would bless all peoples (Messiah)           “S”


God Will Act Based on His Covenant with Abraham                      V. 1-13

Four times in these verses God reminds Moses that He is the LORD and that He has made irrevocable promises to Israel; Seven times He speaks of what He now WILL do for Israel based on His promises and their ___________________!

God loves it when our prayers to Him are based on His promises!


The Seven “I Wills” given by the Great “I AM” in Exodus Chapter 6:

I will bring you out from under the _________________ of the Egyptians

I will _______________ you from their bondage

I will _______________ you with an outstretched arm and great judgments

I will take you as My people

I will be your God/ You shall ______________ that I am the LORD your God

I will bring you into the land which I swore to give Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob

I will give it to you as a ____________________

We have to continually remind ourselves and our hearers that it will be worth it to _________________ God and do what He says!

Time and time again Moses will have to remember His own faith in God, and his experience seeing God act to do His will. Moses will have to buy in afresh, and keep getting His people to buy in afresh. So it is with the leaders _____________.


The “Playbill” of the Human Actors in the Exodus                         V. 14-30

This important genealogy gives us a good number of the participants in the rest of the Torah and beyond, with there even being a hint of the coming ____________!

Why are a few descendants of Reuben and Simeon given before the details about Levi’s descendants?

Now look at the chart I gave you of these genealogies.

As we go along in the Old Testament, we are going to see many responsibilities given to the Levites, and _______________ assignments for the descendants of each of these three men Gershon, Kohath, and Merari.

Amran took for himself Jochebed, his father’s sister, as wife; and she bore him Aaron and Moses. Later we learn their sister’s name is Miriam.

Genesis 46:8-11                 Numbers 26:59

Korah will be part of a ________________________ against the Priestly line of Aaron that Moses is going to have to deal with.

We only here learn that Aaron’s wife’s name was Elisheba, but the Bible is careful to tell us that she is Amminadab’s daughter, and Nashon’s sister. That means she is from the tribe of Judah, marrying into the tribe of Levi.

So the priestly line has a touch of the tribe of Judah in it here - Elisheba. King David and the Messiah, are direct descendants of her father and  ____________!

Ruth 4:18-22

Luke 3:32-33