Exodus - Begins March 10th & 15th
After 430 years of sipping from the Nile, the children of Israel forgot their homeland in Canaan to the east. The Egyptians forgot God's mercy during the administration of Joseph, who delivered them from the dryness of the desert and settled the Israelites in the Nile Delta. Though the Egyptians enslaved the Israelites, mistreated them, and even forced them to cast their sons into the river, the Israelites could not walk away from the Nile. The great serpent trapped them in its coils.
Exodus describes how the Lord awakened the memory of Israel, caused them to call out to Him, and sent Moses to rescue Israel from the grip of the Nile and the dryness of the desert.
As you read Exodus, keep one foot on the Nile's cool green bank and the other foot on the scalding yellow sand. Feel the Israelite's dilemma. Recognize the immense obstacles and temptations from which the Lord rescued them. And call Him your deliverer amid the obstacles and temptations of your life. - The Lutheran Study Bible p. 94
Everyone is welcome. We meet on Tuesdays at 7 pm and Sundays at 9:15 am.
We're using the LifeLight series which involves completing a daily reading and questions five days a week. Then we gather once a week to discuss our questions in a small group and hear a lecture together.
The questions are distributed after Bible study and extra copies are available in the back of the Church. Previous lectures can be heard on the Recordings Page.
We are currently meeting online in a video conference room. Please join us on Sunday or Tuesday. All of our Bible studies can be accessed by clicking on the following link. https://zoom.us/j/825499176?pwd=dXM2RmlBY1BTZU1PNXluMlJVUUFvQT09
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If you would prefer you can access the meeting on any telephone. Call (301) 715-8592. When asked enter the meeting ID and follow directions. Note that this is a long distance phone call and charges may apply.
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