The Sixth Test In the Wilderness: Organization (Exodus 18:13-27)

As the people get used to the idea that Moses speaks directly for God, an unexpected problem arises.

The Arrival of God (Exodus 19:16-25)

God finally descends to meet his people, but even after all their preparations his people are still not ready.

The Book of the Covenant, Chapter 3: Personal Rights (Exodus 21:12-27)

God unpacks the implications of the Sixth Commandment: justice is important, but it must be measured out with equal reverence for all human life.

The Book of the Covenant, Chapter 5: Social Justice, Part 1 (Exodus 22:18-23:9)

God double-clicks on the Ninth Commandment, and reveals that true worship must result in social justice among his people.

Fertility or Fruitfulness (Exodus 8:1-15)

The God of Israel challenges the Egyptian obsession with fertility by overwhelming them with a plague of over-fertile frogs.

Why Acknowledge Yahweh as God? (Exodus 8:16-32)

The God of Israel defeats Pharaoh’s magicians, and makes a clear distinction between God’s people and Pharaoh’s people.

The Depravity of Man (Exodus 9:1-12)

As God and Pharaoh go head-to-head over ownership of Israel, Pharaoh begins to discover that the worst thing God can do to a person is let them have exactly what they think they want.

Working Under Christ (Ephesians 6:5-9)

Because we belong to Christ, we are set free to work with integrity, justice and compassion.

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