Following on from Out of Darkness (Exodus 1-18) comes this next instalment in Andrew Reid’s insightful studies on the Book of Exodus.
The storyline is simple yet tragic. A gracious God has rescued his people, chosen them to live as his precious nation and graciously given them his law. But an ungracious people has immediately let him down. How can God continue to be gracious, yet be true to his just standard?
Exodus 19-40 is one of the most significant sections of the entire Bible. It not only lays the foundation of God’s relationship with his chosen people Israel, but also foreshadows the glorious relationship of God with all humanity through Jesus Christ.
An ideal guide for individual Bible study or for use in small groups.