An exegetical study of exodus 19:2-8 lutheran theological journal 21/1 (1987): 16-27 john w kleinig god's purpose in settling on israel as his people is stated more clearly in the story sketched out in exodus 1 9:2-8 than anywhere else in the old testament the divine declaration of intent found in 19:4-6 a is unique. An exegetical analysis of god's “i am” statement in exodus 3:14- 17 a paper presented in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the (ex 3: 11) the lord, in an attempt to allay moses' concern, reassures him that he, the lord god, would go with moses (ex 3:12) here we see that the. Exodus : an exegetical commentary / victor p hamilton p cm includes bibliographical death (11:1–10) 165 an excursus on heart hardening 170 celebration of passover (12:1–28) 175 the tenth plague and the start of the exodus (12:29–42) 191 “exodus” in the jewish study bible, edited by a berlin and m z. The book of exodus tells about the oppression of the israelites in egypt (1:8-22), and moses' early life (chapter 2) 11they said to moses, “because there were no graves in egypt, have you taken us away to die in the wilderness why have you (driver, quoted in cole's exegesis of exodus 4:21-23. He doesn't merely observe them in passing, or even stop to study how they are doing he sees his people (v11), sees the way they are oppressed, and his heart goes out to them these are his own people as moses watches, he spots an egyptian assaulting a hebrew moses is filled with both compassion and rage. The transformation of moses: an exegetical study of exodus 4:24-26 by laura mary elizabeth hare a thesis submitted to the faculty of knox college 11 thus, the septuagint and all the targums agree that moses was the victim of the attack, that the attacker was an angel rather than the lord himself, that the reason.
Standing of paul's allusion to pharaoh's hardening therefore only brief comment will be made about romans 9 at the conclusion of this discussion, since a thorough exegesis of that chapter is not intended here ii the contextual idea of exodus 1-15 in exodus 1-15 yahweh is seen as beginning to fulfill the patriarchal. He provides a literary analysis of exod 5–14 and concludes that chapters 11–13 are not “an originally integral part of a literary whole which included the introduction in ch 5 and the stories of the plagues in chs 78-1027 with their special structure and vocabulary” (dennis j mccarthy, “plagues and sea of reeds: exodus. Exodus 11:3 the man moses was very great — the egyptians all held him in great esteem and veneration, as a person that had an extraordinary power with god geneva study bible and the lord gave the people favor in the sight of the egyptians moreover the man moses was very great in the land of egypt, in the. Commentary on exodus 11:1-3 (read exodus 11:1-3) a secret revelation was made to moses while in the presence of pharaoh, that he might give warning of the last dreadful judgment, before he went out this was the last day of the servitude of israel they were about to go away their masters, who had abused them in.
Frey, mathilde, the sabbath in the pentateuch: an exegetical and theological study (2011) the sabbath in exodus 16:1-36 10 common expressions between exodus 20:8-11 and genesis 2:1-3 140 11 sabbath-sanctuary link in exodus 25-40 199 12 the root doyin exodus 25-40. (2008) part i 1 introduction to the text 2 the sojourn in egypt 3 dating the exodus 4 the birth of moses 5 the flight to midian 6 the burning bush 7 moses returns to egypt 8 the ten plagues of egypt 9 the first passover 10 the exodus in egyptian history 11 the exodus in scripture 12 geography of the exodus.
Narration, legislation birth of moses ex 1-2, call of moses ex 3-6, conflict with pharaoh ex 7-10, exodus from egypt ex 11-12, red sea crossed ex 13- exodus is a wonderfully practical study of god's word that contains foundational truths about deliverance, redemption, the law and the tabernacle. Israel's mistreatment by the egyptians provides the background and impetus for their redemption pharaoh did not allow them to follow moses into the wilderness to worship the lord and thus denied a measure of their religious freedom but their oppression as workers in the egyptian economic system is what really gets our.