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Exodus, Part 2

Exodus, the second book of the Old Testament, continues the narrative begun in the book of Genesis.  We find God’s chosen people, Israel, living in Egypt. Although they originally came as honored guests because they were Joseph’s family, they have multiplied in number and been enslaved by the Egyptians. Exodus tells of God’s redemption of Israel from this bondage, and of His guidance of the people to the land of promise. God’s purpose in history is revealed through this account of redemption, covenant, and the building of the tabernacle, all of which picture God’s plan that would be fulfilled through Jesus Christ.  The final lessons cover selected portions of Numbers, Deuteronomy and Joshua, showing how Israel finally settled in the land of promise under Joshua’s leadership.

  • Leader: Denise Nyberg
  • Dates: Feb 23 – May 11
  • Room: 231
  • Time: 9:30 – 11:30 a.m.
  • Cost: $20
  • Childcare is available for this study: $50 for Apostles Members, $80 for non-members. Children must be registered by Tuesday, February 9.