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INSTE I:3 OT Week 3

Exodus & Leviticus

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Where in the Pentateuch are the 10 Commandments are found? Exodus 20 & Deuteronomy 5
The Decalogue means 10 Words AKA: The 10 Commandments
Exodus tells the history of Israel from their departure from Egypt to their arrival at Mount Sinai
Mount Sinai was also possibly Mount Horeb
Name the 10 Plagues Blood, Frogs, Lice, Flies, Pestilence, Boils, Hail, Locusts, Darkness, Death - Exodus 7:14-12:33
The Passover prefigures the Lord's Supper
What year did the Exodus occur? 1446 BC
Exodus Outline I. The Exodus (1-18); II. The Law (19-24); III. The Tabernacle (25-40)
Leviticus Outline I. Sacrifices (Instantaneous) (1-17); II. Sanctification (Progressive) (18-27)
Name the 10 Commandments 1. No other Gods; 2. No Idols; 3. Do not misuse the name of the Lord; 4. Keep the Sabbath holy; 5. Honor your FA/MO; 6. No murder; 7. No adultry; 8. No stealing; 9. No false testimony; 10. No coveting
God gave Moses the Tables of the Decalogue where? On Mount Sinai
The Tabernacle is divided into what 3 parts? 1. The Outer Court (anyone could enter); 2. The Holy Place (only the priests could enter); The Holy of Holies (only the High Priest could enter once a year)
The Outer Court furniture 1. The altar of burnt offerings (Bronze Altar): Prefigures the cross because there the Israelite's sins were judged. 2. The laver: Symbolizes the Bible, the Word of God; it cleansed the dirt that soiled the priests in their everyday work.
The Holy Place furniture 1. Golden candlestick: represents the edification of the Body of Christ through the gifts of the H.S.; 2. Table of showbread: speaks of the role of communion/union in the Church; Altar of incense: symbolizes the role of worship in the Church.
The Holy of Holies furniture The Ark of the Covenant: represented JC because in Him we can keep the Law; The mercy seat: was the covering of the Ark. It represented the place where the mercy & justice of God are found.
The offerings in Leviticus can be divided how? 1. Atonement offerings; 2. Consecration offerings; 3. Fellowship offerings
The Day of Rest (Weekly Observance) Commandment #4. Not observing it was punishible by death. By resting from their work, the Israelites remembered that God rested on the 7th day & that God had redeemed Israel from captivity Egypt where they were not permitted to dedicate a day to God
New Moon (Monthly Observance) The sound of trumpets proclaimed the beginning of a new month.
Feast of Trumpets (Monthly Observance) Celebration of the New Year
Sabbath Year (Annual Observance) Every 7th year was the Sabbath Year, which celebrated a feast year for the land. No planting of grain or harvest of vineyards. Creditors were instructed to cancel the debts the poor had incurred during the preceeding 6 years.
Year of Jubilee (Annual Observance) Israelites celebrated this every 50 years. In that year, the family inheritance was restored to those who had the misfortne of losing it. Also, Hebrew slaves were set free and the land was left uncultivated.
All Jewish men were required to present themselves before God 3 times each year: 1. Feasts of Unleaved Bread (Passover); 2. Feast of Weeks (Pentecost); 3. Feast of Tabernacles (NOT require to attend Feast of Trumpets
Feast of Unleavened Bread (Passover) Reminder of when God miraculously intervened for them. Passover marks the beginning of the religious year. The first passover was in Egypt and the 2nd at Mount Sinai. It was not celebrated during the pilgrimage in the desert. The 3rd time in Canaan.
Feast of Weeks (Pentecost) Celebrated 50 days after the Fest of Unleavened Bread (Passover). A solemn one-day observance in which a special meas was prepared and eaten.
Feast of the Tabernacles Each year they would live 7 days in a booth made of leavy branches constructed on their rooftops, patios, in the outer court of the Tabernacle, or on the streets of Jerusalem to remember they lived in tents during the wandering in the wilderness.
Day of Atonement ("Yom Kippur") The most solemn day of the year, requiring a fast (the only one required by Law).
The principal scenario of the books of Exodus and Leviticus is At Mount Sinai
The theme of Leviticus is Sanctification
Where was the Passover instituted? Egypt
The principal scenario of the books of Exodus and Leviticus is At Mt. Sinai
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