Exodus: God’s Power, Presence, and Purpose Revealed

Exodus is the dramatic story of God drawing the Israelites out of slavery in order to draw them into a relationship with Himself. To know the plot of this redemption story is to recognize it as our own. To know the God of this redemption story is to understand the real purpose for our lives. Through this study we hope to learn the story of Exodus, deepen our understanding of God’s glorious character, grow in our awe and worship of Him, and fully embrace the freedom that has been so graciously secured for us in Christ.

Lesson Audio

Considering Google Drive is FREE, it’s a great place to store and share these audio files. But because it’s free, it has some limitations and quirks. There are a few things you need to know: If listening on a mobile device, the player that originally appears will probably not play the audio. You need to click the download arrow located at the top/middle of the screen and you’ll be good to go. Just two clicks and you’re there! Also, most of the lessons are an hour long so the file size is larger. Because of this, when you click to play/download you may be warned that Google cannot scan it for viruses. Click “download anyway” to listen. I promise, it’s safe!

Week 1: Introduction to Exodus

Main Idea: Exodus is Israel’s story of being freed FROM slavery TO worship of the one true God.  To know the plot of this story is to recognize it as our own.

Week 2: Exodus 1, 2

Main Idea: God is at work for the good of His people, even in the darkest of times. 

Week 3: Exodus 3, 4 (technical difficulties – have to re-record)

Main Idea: The answer for our insecurities is a renewed awareness of the character and presence of God.

Week 4: Exodus 5, 6

Main Idea: Biblically informed expectations allow for God-ordained difficulty and disappointment (even when you’ve done everything right.)

Week 5: Exodus 7-10 (I highly recommend printing the listening guide for this one.)

Main Idea: Yahweh wants everyone to know that He is God and there is no other.

Week 6: Exodus 11, 12

Main Idea: The Feast of Unleavened Bread (which begins with the Passover meal) is both an “arrow” pointing back to Yahweh’s deliverance of His people from slavery in Egypt, and an “arrow” pointing forward to the ultimate deliverance of God’s people from slavery to sin through Jesus Christ.

Week 7: Exodus 13-15:21

Main Idea: Salvation is the mighty act of God whereby He sets apart a people for Himself all by Himself. It has always been “by grace…through faith…not as a result of works, so that no one may boast” (Eph. 2:8, 9).

Week 8: Exodus 15:22-18:27

Main Idea: God’s way is through the wilderness.

Listening Guides

Week 1: Introduction to Exodus

Week 2:Exodus 1, 2

Week 3: Exodus 3, 4

Week 4: Exodus 5, 6

Week 5: Exodus 7-10

Week 6: Exodus 11, 12

Week 7: Exodus 13-15:21

Week 8: Exodus 15:22-18:27

Additional Resources

Exodus LifeChange Workbook (link to purchase via Amazon.com)

The Bible Project Video Summary

The Village Church Exodus Page



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