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    In Exodus, God commands us to use the Ten Commandments. We are to use the commandments in our everyday lives; to live like Jesus did on earth. The Ten Commandments are not the only thing that leads us to a godly life. We must obey God’s word with the Ten Commandments, but we must also do spiritual acts that reflect our faith in God. As a church and as an individual, God expects us to use these sacraments as another way to live a life like Jesus. Three things that define a sacrament, according to…

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    Exodus Analytical Essay

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    In the book of Exodus, God is the essential worker. The nature and intent of that divine work set the agenda for Moses’ work and through him, the work of God’s people. God’s initial call to Moses included an explanation of God’s work. This drove Moses to speak in the name of the Lord to Pharaoh saying, “Let my people go” (Exod. 5:1). Pharaoh’s rebuttal was not merely verbal; he oppressed the Israelites more harshly than before. By the end of this episode, even the Israelites themselves had…

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    The background to Exodus is the presence of God as the people of Israel journey toward the promise land. There are many signs to the people of God’s presence. The setting is at Mt. Sinai, as the Lord meets with Moses to reveal the covenantal law for the Israelites (Harrelson, 2013, p. 85). Thunder, lightning, darkness, and fire are signs to the Israelites that God is close. God would save Israel from Egypt to bring them into a new relationship with himself (Varughese, 2006, p. 83). The Gospel…

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    Israelites Vs Exodus

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    Yet, it is not enough to convince the Israelites to continue to do the right thing and God sometimes have to do seemingly violent things in order to relate to the Israelites. In Exodus Chapter 32, the Israelites break God’s commandments by worshiping the golden calf. Though God delivered the Israelites from slavery in Egypt through several trials and tribulations, this was still not enough for them to follow his commandments. As a result, God condones Moses’ decision to let the Levites kill…

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    Exodus Research Paper

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    the Tabernacle The tabernacle, which is the same word “dwelling” in John 1:14. It was a portable sanctuary representing God’s presence with his people. Stuart even says that “This verse is the simplest and perhaps also the strongest statement in Exodus—a book often described as specially reflecting the theme of the presence of God—of God’s concern to center himself among his people and to have them organize themselves around him.” The meaning of “שָׁכַן” is to settle down, abide, dwell. LXX…

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    Introduction According to the lives of the Israelites in the book of Exodus, three main events occurred. It began in Egypt ending in the wilderness. These occasions incorporates with the conception of Moses and Exodus; new identity in God and creating a Holy Nation; and additionally worshiping of One God.” The differences between the historical context of the Israelites and the contemporary situation will be distinguished concluding with God calling Moses to go and deliver his people from…

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    they were interpreted back then. God gave us the ten commandments to help lead us to have a better life to glorify him. Citations: "BibleGateway." BibleGateway - : Exodus. N.p., n.d. Web. 04 Apr. 2017. "Exodus 20:12 "Honor Your Father and Your Mother, so That You May Live Long in the Land the LORD Your God Is Giving You." Exodus 20:12 "Honor Your Father and Your Mother, so That You May Live Long in the Land the LORD Your God Is Giving You. N.p., n.d. Web. 04 Apr. 2017. "Life, Hope &…

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    Exodus is a Latin word (derived from the Greek) that means "exie; or ((departure/; and describes the greatest miracle in the Old Testament record oflsrael's history- the "going out" from Egypt and slavery_ While the story of the Israelites began with Abraham in Genesis, Exodus is the history oftheir early years as God's chosen nation, committed to him according to the terms of the Mosaic covenant given at Mount Sinai, the book of Exodus was not intended to exist separately, but was thought of…

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    Exodus, Daniel 6, And Job

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    have different views to the passages, regardless of their religious affiliation. Due to the different views posed by contemporary people, the biblical passages tend to relate to matters based on religious views or secular views. The three passages, Exodus, Daniel 6, and Job depict the relevance of the Bible today through the religious and secular views uncovered. Some passages have shaped tradition and have been used as an influential force in American history and culture. While, other passages…

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    Immigration Crisis The PBS Frontline video "Exodus" follows the story of some of those refugees fleeing from their war-torn countries and their dangerous journey into Europe. One of those refugees was a young Syrian girl named Isra's, who fled with her family after their home was bombed. Another refugee from Syria, Ahmad fled his Isis invaded village in hopes of finding a new home for his family. It also followed the story of a immigrant from Gambia who dreams of reaching Europe to provide…

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