The Fourth Test In the Wilderness: War (Exodus 17:8-16)

God decides his children are finally ready for the test he did not want to give them at first — and for the first time, they pass.

Re-Sitting the First Test In the Wilderness: Thirst (Exodus 17:1-7)

God leads his people into a third crisis, which is really a chance for them to re-sit their first exam. This time, however, they are no longer a baby nation, and the expectations are greater.

The Second Test In the Wilderness: Hunger (Exodus 16:1-36)

As Israel’s physical journey away from slavery begins in earnest, God leads his people into a second crisis and reveals that their spiritual journey away from slavery is far from complete.

The First Test In the Wilderness: Thirst (Exodus 15:22-27)

Moses’ people have been redeemed from slavery, but this does not mean they are ready for life on God’s mountain. They need healing, and the healing begins with a test.

The Song Beside the Sea (Exodus 15:1-21)

Moses and his people pause on the shore of the Red Sea, taking a moment to celebrate what just happened and rejoice in what is to come.

The Cloud and the Sea (Exodus 13:17-14:31)

The final judgement on Egypt arrives. But even as the empire sinks down into the depths, God sends a wind over the earth, the water recedes, and a new creation is revealed.

The Firstborn Exchange Program (Exodus 13:1-16)

As the exodus from Egypt gets underway, God pauses to explain the last few centuries of symbolism to his people, so they will know better how to trust as they follow him into the wilderness.

Working Under Christ (Ephesians 6:5-9)

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

The Day of Decision (Exodus 12:28-51)

The choice God has been preparing for the peoples of Egypt is finally revealed: will they stay back and die, or will they follow Moses and live?

The Conception of the Church (Exodus 12:1-27)

Before the final judgement begins, God commissions Moses to build a new ark of salvation — but in a strange new form.

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