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Kent Philpott's Bible Study Sermons

Jun 26, 2017

Stephen continues his summary of the history of Israel with Moses’ killing of an Egyptian and his subsequent flight to Midian, where he is married and has two sons. After another 40 years, Moses meets God in the burning bush and is commissioned to lead God’s people out of Israel. Moses, a type of Christ, is rejected by his own people, but ends up leading the now large population of Israel out of slavery and into the wilderness of Sinai. While Moses is on Mt. Sinai the people of Israel make idols and the hearts turn back to Egypt, another rejection of God, which typifies the people of Israel and eventually causes them being sent into exile.