Exodus describes the central redemptive event of the Old Testament. Through the blood of the Passover lambs, the Lord delivered His people from slavery. This redemption becomes the most-mentioned event of Israelite history. Through the blood of the covenant, the Lord consecrated Israel as a kingdom of priests. Moses and the elders of Israel enjoyed the splendor of seeing God and learning the meaning of His name, Yahweh. They saw that God is not only holy but also merciful and patient. Join us in this study.
This Exodus teaching series by Pastor Rhode occurs every Thursday, at 11:00 a.m. Pacific Time in Agape Hall on the church campus. Live streaming video of this teaching series is provided on the internet during this class. You must login to Facebook.com and type “faith capo videos” into the Facebook “Search Box” to participate in the live teaching.
Previous videos of each teaching are available. Click on the “Click to watch Video” links given in each episode below.
The Lutheran Study Bible will be referenced often by Pastor Rhode during these lectures. Here is a link to this resource: https://www.cph.org/t-tlsb.aspx.