Split into 4 groups. Each group examine one of the 4 passages below. If you don’t have enough people for 4 teams, you can cover fewer passages or have each group cover multiple passages.Read More
Do you have a “bucket list” of things you’d like to experience it accomplish in your lifetime? Share a few items with one another and explain how they ended up on your list. What are the most basic motivations behind the things you want out of life?Read More
In Exodus 7:8–13, in order to validate his and Moses’ message before Pharaoh, Aaron casts down his staff so that it becomes a serpent. Earlier this same sign had caused Israel to believe (see 4:1–5, 30–31), but here Pharaoh refuses to listen and believe. What do these different responses reveal about the effectiveness of miraculous signs for bringing about faith?Read More
Sermon summary: Our greatest problems are oppression under “Pharaoh” and resulting doubt/not trusting God. Our solution is remembering and trusting the promises of God and the hope of the gospel.Read More
Read Exodus 4:1-17
What is Moses’ main protest in v1? Do you think it is a legitimate concern? In light of Exodus 3:18, what does 4:1 tell us about Moses’ faith?
1. Moses was 80 years old when God finally sent him on this important mission. Is there a time in your life when you questioned God’s timing?Read More
Read Exodus 1:1-7, 8-14, and 15-22. What obstacles do the Hebrews face in each section? Why does the narrator reiterate in each section that the people kept multiplying (vv 7, 12, 20)?Read More