An oppressed people, a reluctant hero, a cruel and all–powerful dictator.
As the book of Exodus opens, we wonder how God is going to keep his ancient promises to his chosen people. But in his majestic power, God proves himself to be more than a match for Egypt’s arrogant king. As God rescues his wayward people, and gathers them to himself at Mt Sinai, we see a stunning picture of God’s grace and faithfulness and power and truth. Despite the obstacles, despite the seeming hopelessness of the situation, despite even the sinfulness of those needing rescue, God brings his people out of darkness and into his wonderful light.
In this series of eight studies on Exodus 1–18, Andrew Reid guides us through the extraordinary story of God’s rescue of Israel, and shows us how this drama points to the work of Christ.