In Exodus 19 the people are prepared for the great event, and in Exodus 20 it happens; God gives to Moses the Ten Commandments. Dr. John Saleska explains their significance for the Children of Israel and for us today.
How can Moses be the judge for all these people? The quick answer is – he can’t. Learn how helpful a father-in-law can be as Jethro assists Moses in restructing the post-Exodus community.
Dr. Saleska explains the significance of water from the rock, as well as the manner in which the untested army of Israel defeats the battle tested Amalekites; all in Exodus 17.
Having just be rescued from the clutches of Pharoah by miraculuous intervention, and expressing their joy through song for their deliverance, the Children of Israel begin to complain. How will God respond? Join Dr. Saleska has he explains God’s merciful response.
In this session Dr. Saleska guides us through the “Song of Moses.” Exodus 15 reveals the joy of the Israelites as they find themselves finally free after 400 years of servitude.
Dr. John Saleska guides us through Exodus 15 in this discussion. The Children of Israel have successfully crossed the Red Sea, and express their joy in their deliverance. “Deliverance” is the link to Christ in Every Word.
Dr. Saleska digs deeper in this session to draw out the many connections between the Passover of Exodus 12 and the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
In Chapters 11 and 12 of Exodus preparation is made for the 10th Plague, which later receives the name of “Passover.” In today’s session Dr. Saleska explores the deep connections between the passover lamb, and the “Lamb who takes away the sin fo the world” – Jesus Christ.
Dr. John Saleska takes you in-depth into the conditions and situation around the ten plagues visited upon Egypt as the Exodus takes place. Today’s podcast deals with the ninth plague – Darkness.
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