The Exodus, Jesus and You

Exodus 12:31 - 13:22

Question for Home Groups or private reflection

  1. How does the passage show God is defeating the enemies who have enslaved his people? How do we see this pattern repeated in Jesus?
  2. What promises of God do we see fulfilled in this passage?
  3. How does this passage show that God’s saving work is always complete?
  4. Why is the Exodus narrative interrupted between the leaving of Egypt and the crossing of the red sea to include instructions about the Passover, Feast of unleavened bread and consecration of the first born? What does have to tell us about the level of importance we should place of celebrating communion as a church?
  1. Share one thing from the sermon that particularly spoke to you.
  2. Why do you think many Christians do not live fully in the victory Jesus has won for them? To what extent do these things affect you?
  3. Do you feel free from all guilt and condemnation?
  4. “Go home to your own people and tell them how much the Lord has done for you” (Mark 5:19). Does the idea of simply sharing your testimony of what Jesus has done for you, rather than having to have clever answers to arguments make the thought of witnessing less daunting for you?

NEW: Hover over bible verses to preview the reference and click to view on Bible Gateway