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Come, Follow Me
Old Testament Lesson 13:
March 21–27

“I Have Remembered My Covenant”
Exodus 1–6

Moses and the Burning Bush, by Harry Anderson

Begin your study with a prayer, and ask for help to find messages in Exodus 1–6 that are relevant to your life and to your service in God’s kingdom.

Exodus 1: The children of Israel multiply—They are placed in bondage by the Egyptians—Pharaoh seeks to destroy the sons born to Hebrew women.

Exodus 2: Moses is born to Levite parents, is raised by Pharaoh’s daughter, slays an Egyptian in defense of an Israelite, flees to Midian, and marries Zipporah—Israel in bondage cries to the Lord.

Exodus 3: The Lord appears to Moses at the burning bush—Moses is called to deliver Israel from bondage—The Lord identifies Himself as the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, and as the Great I Am—He promises to smite Egypt and bring His people out with great wealth.

Exodus 4: The Lord gives signs to Moses—Aaron is chosen as a spokesman—Israel is the Lord’s firstborn and must be released to serve Him—Moses’ son is circumcised—Moses and Aaron lead Israel in worship.

Exodus 5: Moses and Aaron ask Pharaoh to free Israel—Pharaoh responds, Who is the Lord?—He places greater burdens upon the children of Israel.

Exodus 6: The Lord identifies Himself as Jehovah—The genealogies of Reuben, Simeon, and Levi are listed.

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