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The Exodus

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Published by Macmillan in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited, with an introd. and notes by Richard G. Moulton.
SeriesThe modern reader"s Bible
ContributionsMoulton, Richard Green, 1849-1924, ed.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBS195 .M6 vol. 2
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 311 p.
Number of Pages311
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6306382M
LC Control Number34016754
OCLC/WorldCa493939

Name and Contents. Their fate will be now forged in a strange land, amidst a people who will turn from welcoming hosts into a nation of oppressors. Moses' father-in-law, Jethro, having heard of Israel's deliverance, visits Moses, bringing him his wife Zipporah and their two children, whom Moses had left behind at home. It's the perfect storm of big moments, and we're here to take you through it all. Moses goes up the mountain into the presence of God, who pronounces the Covenant Code a detailed code of ritual and civil lawand promises Canaan to them if they obey.

God, as revealed in Exodus, is not a new, hitherto unknown God: He is the God of Abraham, of Isaac, and of Jacob—the Fathers of the people—who has protected them and has been worshiped by them Ex. Moses collects the congregation, enjoins upon them the keeping of the Sabbath, and requests gifts for the sanctuary. God has made a covenant with the Fathers of the people, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, that He will multiply them as the stars of heaven; that He will remember them, save them, and give to them and their descendants the land of Canaan—a land "flowing with milk and honey," and that, shall reach "from the Red Sea even unto the sea of the Philistines, and from the desert unto the river" ii. Moses at first intercedes for the people, but when he comes down and beholds their madness, he angrily breaks the two tablets containing the divine writing. God responds by inflicting a series of ten plagues on Egypt. So I have come down to rescue them from the hand of the Egyptians and to bring them up out of that land into a good and spacious land, a land flowing with milk and honey

Dov Landau[ edit ] Dov Landau, described as being blond, blue-eyed, small, and young-looking for his age, is an angry teenager who lost his entire family to the Holocaust ; he has not merely survived the horrors of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising and of Auschwitzbut has learned from them to turn circumstances to his advantage. In this regard, his knowledge is valuable in the relief of besieged Jerusalem. Moses descends from the mountain with a transformed face; from that time onwards he has to hide his face with a veil. The tenth and final plague kills all the firstborn males in Egypt. The people agree to obey, and Moses sprinkles the people with blood as a sign of the covenant.


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The Exodus book

Among them was the fact that the book, a historical novel, came out ten years after the widely publicized Exodus Affairwhich involved a ship named SS Exodus, from which the book took its title.

The Moral Law. The people of Israel had been crying out to God for deliverance. God overcomes Moses' reluctance by His promises of supreme aid, and appoints his brother Aaron to be his assistant.

It's easy to forget that this stuff was around together—not exactly The Exodus book pot, but still pretty cool to think about.

Kidnaping is punishable by death xxi. Themes in the Book of Exodus There are several significant themes in the book of Exodus. They are Israel. Ari threatens to blow up the ship and the refugees by wiring it to explode if the British attack in order to garner world sympathy.

Her family was subsequently interned in concentration campswhere her mother and two younger brothers die. Toward evening of the 14th day of the first month a yearling male lamb or kid without blemish shall be slaughtered, roasted by the fire, and eaten at the family dinner, together with unleavened bread and bitter herbs.

Foreign correspondent Mark Palmer and his childhood friend Kitty Fremont are reunited and enjoying the Cyprus sun after the long war in Europe. The things, again, that must be repeatedly renewed are placed last, namely, the oil for lighting; the yearly tax; the laver with stand, consisting of mirrors, which were taken apart again after the laver had been used, and are, therefore, not enumerated in Num.

These may again be divided into subsections. Most likely some traditions went back to him and others may be even older. Furthermore, the promise given by God that He will dwell among Israel, in a sanctuary erected by them and in which they will worship, must not be allowed to remain unfulfilled; and therefore the building of the sanctuary that had been planned is undertaken anew, but according to the original idea.

The Pharaoh's daughter finds the child, names him Mosesand brings him up as her own. While Moses is on the mountain the people become impatient and urge Aaron to make them a golden calf, which they worship with idolatrous joy. Despite this, he moves to Palestine to settle, becomes good friends with Ben Canaan, and acts as a very unofficial military advisor.

God informs Moses of their apostasy and threatens to kill them all, but relents when Moses pleads for them. After God has assigned their tasks to Moses and Aaron, and predicted Pharaoh's obduracy, and after they have attested their commission by working a miracle before Pharaoh vii.

He who strikes or insults his father or mother is punished by death xxi. Shelves: favoritesgreat-literary-fictionclassicspermanent-libraryhistoricalliterary-fictionspring 10 Stars, if I Could!!!!

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Therefore Exodus is the book of redemption. Its landmarks are the Passover and the passage through the Red Sea (see explanation in 1 Corinthians ; 1 Corinthians ). After the exodus out of Egypt the people of Israel received the law of Jehovah and erected the tabernacle of.

The Bible book of Exodus with full chapters, footnotes and Bible commentary to aid your Bible search, reading, and study.

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Exodus 90 returns you to the fundamentals of the faith. 1. Prayer – Closer to Jesus Christ. You will journey with the Israelites through the Book of Exodus.

Each morning you’ll receive a passage from Sacred Scripture and a Reflection to guide your silent prayer. LEARN MORE > 2. Asceticism –. the book of Exodus is a model of another “exodus.” I am going to suggest that the bondage and the affliction in Exodus is not the worst that they will ever see (Mt ).

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