Wednesday Night Bible Study: 6:30 - 7:30 pm

Classes Available:
Children:  3 years - 6th grade
Teen:  7th - 12th grade

Wednesday study material (March 6th):

Exodus 10:21-29

Vs. 21 How would you explain this darkness that can be felt?

Vs. 23 How is it possible that the Hebrews had light in their homes?

Exodus 8:25  First compromise- must sacrifice in the land, then don’t go very far.

Exodus 10:10-11  2nd compromise- leave children behind

Exodus10:24 3rd compromise.  All may go, but no possessions.

 Why is Pharaoh compromising?   What has Pharaoh realized?

How would these compromises be similar to what the Christian experiences in society today?

What Egyptian gods are effected?

Exodus 11 & 12

How is this plague different from the other nine before it?

Who was vulnerable to this plague?

What was the common factor amongst those affected? What about those unaffected?

What does this plague/judgement symbolize for us today?

What do we learn from the details of vs. 29?

What is significant about the first born?

Exodus 11:2-3 Even though they had been slaves for four hundred years, and could justify the spoiling of Egypt, would this be considered stealing?  Why or why not?

What time did the judgment occur?  How is this significant?

Exodus 12:1-28

What month is Passover in?
How is the Hebrew calendar different from our calendar?
What were the requirements for the Passover lamb?
Why did the leftovers have to be burned and not saved for later?
The Israelites were commanded to eat the Passover meal with loins girded, shoes on feet, staff in hand, and eaten in haste, but Jesus and His disciples at it reclining. Why is this?
What was the pupose of the Passover, and what does it symbolize for us today?
Why do we celebrate Easter and not Passover? What is the difference?