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Study Questions - Life Study of Exodus


  1. What are the five stages of Pharaoh's bargaining? How can we see these stages in the preaching of the gospel and the Christian life?
  2. What does plundering Egypt mean in our experience?


  1. What are the seventh, eighth and ninth plague that God brought upon Egypt? How can we see the functions of the universe were changed in these plagues?
  2. What is the main purpose of the plagues for God's chosen people?


  1. How could God righteously maintain the existence of the universe? How can we see God's mercy in this?
  2. What is the significance of the swarms of flies in the fourth plague in Exodus?
  3. How can we see the principle of implication in the fifth plague in Exodus?


  1. What does it mean to be saved shown in the book of Exodus?
  2. What is the significance of the frogs and lice in our experience? How can this be either Lord's revelation or His punishment?


  1. What is the significance that Aaron's rod swallowing up the rods of the Egyptian magicians?
  2. What is the first plague God sent to the Egyptians? What is the spiritual significance and purpose of this plague?


  1. How can we apply God's word of assurance to Moses to our experience today?
  2. What is Moses' natural concept about his lips after being sent by God? What lesson can we learn from this?


  1. What is the difference between El Shaddai and Jehovah?
  2. What is the difference between God's promise and God's covenant? How are they related to Christ being lifted up on the cross and to the throne?


  1. What is the significance of holding a feast unto the Lord?
  2. What does Pharaoh typify in Exodus?
  3. What is the kind of "idleness" that God desires His people to have?


  1. What are the three stations that God's people need to pass through to fulfill God's purpose?
  2. What is the factor that brought children of Israel from the wilderness into the goodland?
  3. What is the reality of the goodland today? What are the factors that need to be dealt with in order to walk in the reality of the goodland?


  1. What are the aspects of the purpose of God's calling?
  2. What is the ultimate purpose of God's calling seen in the heart of the Bible?


  1. How can we see God's desire to gain a dwelling place through the vision of the burning thorn bush?
  2. How can we see in our experience God being the One who is?
  3. What are the three signs that God showed to Moses when he was called? How can we apply them in our experience?


  1. How can we see the principle of the Body of Christ in God's matching Moses with Aaron?
  2. Why did God try to kill Moses after calling him?
  3. What is the significance of Moses' wife's cutting with a sharp stone?


  1. What is the spiritual significance of Moses' rod becoming a serpent after being cast to the ground? How should we pick it up again?
  2. What is the significance of Moses' hand becoming leprous? And how was his hand restored?
  3. What is the significance of the water of river in Egypt becoming blood?


  1. What is the difference in the significance of the thorns and fire between Genesis chapter three and Exodus chapter three?
  2. What is God's view concerning the church and why should we never speak negatively concerning the church?
  3. How can we see God who dwells in thorn bush is the God of resurrection? How can we apply this in our experience?


  1. What are the two aspects of the purpose of God's calling Moses?
  2. How did God dealt with Moses with his natural strength? How can we learn from this in serving the Lord?
  3. What is the significance of the thorn bush burning with fire yet not being consumed?


  1. Why did God wait for eighty years before He rescued the children of Israel out of Egypt? What principle can we see in this?
  2. What is the significance of the place where God called Moses?
  3. What is the significance of the Angel of Jehovah? What is the significance of the title of God being "I AM THAT I AM"?


  1. What is the relationship between God, Christ, man and woman?
  2. What kind of life should we live in order to be useful to God?
  3. How can we see throughout the Bible that God's people being a female dependent on God as the real male? How can we apply this to our church life today?


  1. How can we see God using female life during critical times in Exodus 2?
  2. What is the significance of the burning bush Moses saw?
  3. How can we see Moses being rejected by the immature male life but perfected by the matured male life?


  1. What are the three aspects of the world? Which aspect of the world does Egypt typify?
  2. What is the spiritual significance of Pharaoh killing the male life but preserving the female life?
  3. How can we see God's sovereignty in preserving Israel for His purpose?


  1. In contrast to the individual experience in Genesis, how can we see corporate experience of God's people shown in Exodus?
  2. What are the spiritual significances of the signs shown to Moses when God called him?
  3. What is the central thought of Exodus?

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