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The people then traveled out of Egypt and, it is traditionally believed, moved toward the southern end of the Sinai Peninsula. Though the children of Israel were enslaved in a foreign land, God miraculously and dramatically delivered them to freedom.
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The overall theme of Exodus is redemption—how God delivered the Israelites and made them His special people. After He rescued them from slavery, God provided the Law, which gave instructions on how the people could be consecrated or made holy. He established a system of sacrifice, which guided them in appropriate worship behavior.
Just as significantly, God provided detailed directions on the building of His tabernacle, or tent. He intended to live among the Israelites and manifest His shekinah glory Exodus —35 —another proof that they were indeed His people. The next step is to choose a monthly or yearly subscription, and then enter your payment information. You can cancel anytime during the trial period. To subscribe at our regular subscription rate, click the button below.
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