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Summary of the books of the Old Testament Books Exodus

The book of Exodus is a law and narrative genre. Exodus sets the foundation theology where God reveals his name, his attributes, his redemption, his law and how he is to be worshiped. A few of the major events that took place were, the birth and call of Moses, the Israelites leave Egypt, and the Ten Commandments. Moses was born and delivered to the family of Pharaoh. Moses was raised by the Pharaohs daughter who treated him as his son. While he was trying to protect a Jewish slave he killed an Egyptian guard. Moses then escaped to Midian where he met his wife Zipporah. While in Midian, God appears to Moses in a burning bush and instructed him that he was the chosen one to free his people from Egypt. Moses and his brother Arron go to Egypt and make one simple demand of the Pharaoh “ Let my people go” Pharaoh resists Moses' request, until God wreaks the Ten Plagues on Egypt, after which the children of Israel escape and the people were let go. The Pharaoh deceded to attack the Israelites that live near the Red Sea. Moses with God powers parted the water and allowed the Israelites to cross. While on their jouney Moses meets with God on Mount Sinai to recvie the Ten Commandments. These Ten Commandments summarized the absolutes of spiritual and moral living that God intended for his people.

Numbers

The book of Numbers is a law genre. Numbers was written to the people of Israel to document their journey to the Promised Land of Canaan and it also tell us that God is with us as we journey toward heaven, this the key theme on the book of Numbers.
Numbers begins with the Israelites at Mount Sinai and describes their preparations to leave the region. God had planned for the Israelites to travel directly to the Promised Land. But instead of trusting God, they feared to enter the land after reports of...

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