Exodus: The Evacuation Experiment

Exodus: The Evacuation Experiment

A Biblical Studies Series  |  Matt Pearson

The word exodus means “to evacuate.” The book of Exodus is God’s revealed evacuation plan of God’s people out of Egyptian slavery. In anticipation of Easter, and leading up to Palm Sunday, this series aims to show how God has always had a plan for His people to have a way out of slavery in order to be with Him in fellowship. By looking at the life of Moses in February and the nation of Israel in March, we will see that everything aims to point at how God has always used someone He calls (Moses) to accomplish something He establishes (blood, death, Passover). This is a pointer to the ultimate fulfillment in Christ. Because of Christ, we too can “evacuate” out of sin, slavery, and death.