Moses and the Exodus Bible Study
$10.35 – $35.95
Have you ever been given an assignment that felt overwhelming? You wanted to quit before you began. I have good news for you! This is exactly how Moses felt when God called him to deliver the children of Israel out of bondage in Egypt.
Moses was born to a slave family in Goshen, a member of the Hebrew tribe of Levi. Through a series of events, he was adopted by Pharaoh’s daughter and raised in the courts of Egypt. Not long after learning he was a Hebrew, he fled Egypt for Midian. There he married, had sons, and then God appeared to him. From a burning bush, God called Moses to deliver the children of Israel from bondage in Egypt. Although fearful at the beginning, Moses trusted God and obeyed. Eventually, leading the children of Israel to freedom!
By the end of this study, your students will be able to draw the life of Moses’ timeline on their own, from his birth to the exodus from Egypt! Your children or students will be able to recite memory verses related to the timeline and tell you facts about the events of Moses’ life.
In this Bible study you will:
- Explore Moses’ birth and early years
- Watch as he fled Egypt
- Meet his family in Midian
- See how God called him to deliver the people
- Count the number of times he appeared before Pharaoh
- Discover the events leading up to the Exodus out of Egypt
Moses did not allow his feelings of inadequacy to stop him from fulfilling what the Lord had called him to do. You can encourage your students to be like Moses and be obedient to the Lord regardless of how they feel. Give your students courage; study the life of Moses and the Exodus with them today!
12 Weekly Lessons or 44 Daily Lessons
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Be sure to order both the Teacher Book and Student Books for this study.
Items needed for this study:
Student Supply List: Bible, Student or Traceable Book, and colored pencils (8 primary colors).
Teacher Supply List: Bible, Teacher Book, dry erase board & markers (8 primary colors), and Bible dictionary.
Be sure to order both the Teacher and Student Books.