Bible Study Resources
An Insightful Three-Week Study of the Events Leading up to the Exodus and First Passover Celebration.
Expand your understanding of the Passover celebration and its significance not only to the Jewish faith, but also to the Christian faith, through these three Bible studies. Each explores a different aspect of the events culminating in the Exodus of the Israelites from bondage as slaves in Egypt and the celebration of the first Passover. Discover how many of the sacred aspects of Christian worship are found in these pivotal events of the Jewish people and nation.
God chooses Moses to deliver His people from slavery—despite Moses' many objections.
Despite increasingly difficult circumstances God imposes through nine plagues, Pharaoh's heart is hardened against Moses' request to let God's people go.
God brings the tenth and most devastating plague, killing the firstborn in each Egyptian household. But God promises to pass over the houses of the Israelites if they follow His instructions and place the blood of a sacrificed lamb on the doorframes of each household. God instructs the people on how to celebrate this miraculous deliverance, the first Passover or Feast of Unleavened Bread.