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Biblical Outline: Exodus

Peace & Blessings Beloved,

TGBTG for allowing us to see another day. I pray all is well with you and yours, and that your week has been fruitful & blessed thus far.


In this new Series, we are going to further our in-depth study of each book of the Holy Bible, breaking each book into the major themes and topics contained therein. Today we'll outline the second book of the Bible, Exodus.






  • Prologue (chapters 1-2)

    • Israel Blessed and Oppressed (chapter 1)

    • A Deliverer Prepared (chapter 2)

      1. Infant Moses spared (2:1-10)

      2. Mature Moses' escape from Egypt (2:11-25)

  • God's Deliverance of Israel (chapters 3-18)

    • The Deliverer Called (chapter 3)

    • The Deliverer's Objections and Disqualifications Overcome (chapter 4)

    • Unsuccessful Attempts to Deliver (5:1;6:12)

      1. Oppression made more harsh (5:1-21)

      2. Promise of deliverance renewed (5:22;6:12)

    • The Deliverers Identified (6:13-27)

    • Judgment of Plagues on Egypt (6:28;11:10)

      1. Deliverer's commission renewed (6:28;7:7)

      2. Presenting the signs of divine authority (7:8-13)

      3. First plague: water turned to blood (7:14-24)

      4. Second plague: frogs (7:25;8:15)

      5. Third plague: gnats (8:16-19)

      6. Fourth plague: flies (8:20-32)

      7. Fifth plague: against livestock (9:1-7)

      8. Sixth plague: boils (9:8-12)

      9. Seventh plague: hail (9:13-35)

      10. Eighth plague: locusts (10:1-20)

      11. Ninth plague: darkness (10:21-29)

      12. Tenth plague announced: death of the firstborn (chapter 11)

    • The Passover (12:1-28)

    • The Exodus from Egypt (12:29-51)

    • The Consecration of the Firstborn (13:1-16)

    • Crossing the Red Sea (13:17;15:21)

      1. Deliverance at the "Red Sea" (13:17;14:31)

      2. Song at the sea (15:1-21)

    • Journey to Sinai (15:22;18:27)

      1. The waters of Marah (15:22-27)

      2. The manna and the quail (chapter 16)

      3. The waters of Meribah (17:1-7)

      4. The war with Amalek (17:8-16)

      5. Basic administrative structure (chapter 18)

  • Covenant at Sinai (chapters 19-24)

    • The Covenant Proposed (chapter 19)

    • The Decalogue (20:1-17)

    • The Reaction of the People to God's Fiery Presence (20:18-21)

    • The Book of the Covenant (20:22;23:33)

      1. Prologue (20:22-26)

      2. Laws on slaves (21:1-11)

      3. Laws on homicide (21:12-17)

      4. Laws on bodily injuries (21:18-32)

      5. Laws on property damage (21:33;22:15)

      6. Laws on society (22:16-31)

      7. Laws on justice and neighborliness (23:1-9)

      8. Laws on sacred seasons (23:10-19)

      9. Epilogue (23:20-33)

    • Ratification of the Covenant (chapter 24)

    • God's Royal Tent in Israel (chapters 25-40)

    • Instructions concerning the Royal Tent (chapters 25-31)

      1. Collection of the materials (25:1-9)

      2. Furnishings of the tent (25:10-40)

        • Ark and atonement cover (25:10-22)

        • Table of the bread of the Presence (25:23-30)

        • Gold lampstand (25:31-40)

      3. The tent and its courtyard (26:1;27:19)

        • Curtains and frames (chapter 26)

        • Altar of burnt offering (27:1-8)

        • Courtyard (27:9-19)

      4. The tent's personnel (27:20;29:46)

        • Priesthood (27:20;28:5)

        • Garments of the priests (28:6-43)

        • Ordination of the priests (chapter 29)

      5. Remaining provisions concerning the tent (chapter 30)

        • Altar of incense (30:1-10)

        • Census tax (30:11-16)

        • Bronze basin (30:17-21)

        • Anointing oil and incense (30:22-38)

      6. Appointment of craftsmen (31:1-11)

      7. Observance of Sabbath rest (31:12-18)

    • Rebellion Threatens Withdrawal of God (chapters 32-34)

      1. The golden calf (32:1-29)

      2. Moses' mediation (32:30-35)

      3. Threatened separation and Moses' prayer (chapter 33)

      4. Renewal of the covenant (chapter 34)

    • God's Royal Tent Set Up (chapters 35-40)

      1. Summons to build (35:1-19)

      2. Voluntary gifts (35:20-29)

      3. Bezalel and his craftsmen (35:30;36:7)

      4. Progress of the work (36:8;39:31)

      5. Moses' blessing (39:32-43)

      6. Erection of God's royal tent (40:1-33)

      7. Dedication of God's royal tent (40:34-38)


May we establish, nurture, and grow a sincere love for the word of God, and study it lovingly & faithfully.

I pray you receive this with the love intended, and apply it to wisdom.


Love you much.


Stay Safe, Stay Healthy, Stay Blessed!


-Humble Servant


P.S- If you have not given your life to Jesus Christ, I implore you to take the time to do so right now. Use John 3:16 & Romans 10:9-10 as a foundation for making your confession of faith. And use Ephesians 2:1-10 to provide proper context for your salvation.

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