Exodus 18:1-19:5

God does not merely give us good advice; He gives us life-changing gospel truth. In Exodus 18, Moses follows the harmless advice of his father-in-law and appoints secondary leaders over the people. Dr. McGee discusses what happens when we follow the wisdom of the world, rather than the instruction of God.

Exodus 17:1-18:3

In Exodus 17, we find the children of Israel tested once again in the wilderness with thirst. Follow along as God teaches His people how to find living water through the Rock—Christ Jesus.

Exodus 16:1-36

Imagine you were going hungry and God made it rain heavenly bread for you. Join us as Dr. McGee teaches through Exodus 16, when God sent manna to the children of Israel as a symbol of His promise to satisfy our souls as the true Bread of Life.

Exodus 15:1-27

We last saw the children of Israel crossing the Red Sea. In Exodus 15, the Song of Moses recounts their trials, their story of redemption, and their thankfulness to God for deliverance. Soon, their joyful songs of praise faded into tired, bitter complaints as they found themselves weary with thirst. Discover how the cross of Christ can turn even life’s bitter “Marah moments” sweet.

Exodus 14:10-31

What would you do if following God’s direction landed you between 600 Egyptian chariots and the Red Sea? Lose faith? That’s exactly what the Israelites did. Moses reminded his people to be courageous and that “the Lord will fight for you.” See how God kept His promise to fight for Israel and fully delivered them from the Egyptians—this time, for good.

Exodus 13:1-14:10

Imagine being able to physically see God directing your steps. It would certainly be easier to follow Him. God gave the children of Israel His visible presence—pillars of cloud and fire—to comfort and guide them along this new journey. Follow along as Dr. McGee covers more about the Passover, the Promised Land, and (surprise) Pharaoh’s once-again hardened heart.

Exodus 12:13-51

While the Passover was a monumental night for those who put their faith in God, it was a tragic night for many Egyptians. Defeated and afraid, Pharaoh finally surrendered. Almost instantly, the Israelites were hurried out of the land of Egypt. Their exit was so rushed, they had to eat their unleavened bread on the go. And so, at the end of Exodus 12, we see God’s people—hurried and unprepared—finally leaving Egypt behind.

Exodus 12:1-13

Get ready to see Christ in the Old Testament. Exodus 12 recounts one of the most important moments in Israel’s history—the Passover, the birth of Israel as a nation. God promised to redeem those who put their faith in His blood alone, and He still keeps that promise today.

Exodus 10:10-11:10

In Exodus 10, Egypt faced the worst plague yet—locusts. This plague was so bad that Pharoah finally admitted, “I have sinned against the Lord your God.” Upon this admission, God sent the locusts away. When Pharoah’s heart hardened once again, darkness fell over Egypt, and God promised to bring one final judgment to the land of Egypt.

Exodus 8:8-10:9

What would it take to get you to surrender to God? Pharoah opted to endure physical agony—the plague of boils—rather than obey God. Why did God tolerate Pharoah? Why must the story unfold this way? God could have snapped His fingers and set the Israelites free. Instead, He used Pharoah’s stubborn, wicked heart to demonstrate His sacred power and ultimate authority.

Exodus 8:6-9:7

Warning: Along this stop on the Bible Bus, we will encounter dead cattle, flies, lice, and a whole lot of frogs. Are you in? Each of these nasty plagues can teach us something significant about the ancient gods of Egypt and, in turn, about the idols we harbor in our own hearts today.

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