恩典国际圣经学院

出埃及记

Exodus

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Exodus 1-1-22 出埃及记1-1-22

kecheng: Exodus 1:1-22 出埃及记1:1-22 Exodus 1:1-22 出埃及记1:1-22 The long period of peace and tremendous growth which Israel had enjoyed under friendly Egyptian rulers (over 300 years) now came to an end. The old dynasty that reached back to Joseph’s day and had passed on from one king to another the grateful remembrance

Exodus 2-1-25 出埃及记2-1-25

kecheng: Exodus 2:1-25 出埃及记2:1-25 Exodus 2:1-25 出埃及记2:1-25 Moses was born to parents from the tribe of Levi just after Pharaoh had given his order that every baby boy was to be killed. Moses older brother, Aaron, was probably born three years earlier. 就在法老王下命令杀死

Exodus 3-1-25 出埃及记3-1-25

kecheng: Exodus 3:1-25 出埃及记3:1-25 Exodus 3:1-25 出埃及记3:1-25 In chapter 2:16 we learn Moses met the priest of Midian who had seven daughter. In verses 18-19, we learn the father of the seven daughters is called Reuel. As the chapter opens, we find that Reuel is also called Jethro. 在2:1

Exodus 4-1-31 出埃及记4-1-31

kecheng: Exodus 4:1-31 出埃及记4:1-31 Exodus 4:1-31 出埃及记4:1-31 Moses continues his objections to go to the Pharaoh to ask him to let the Israelites go. 摩西仍然不愿意去到法老那里向他要求放以色列人离开。 kecheng: Signs for

Exodus 5-1-23 出埃及记5-1-23

kecheng: Exodus 5:1-23 出埃及记5:1-23 Exodus 5:1-23 出埃及记5:1-23 Moses and Aaron were readily received by their people as God’s messengers. But they could not leave Egypt to offer sacrifices without the permission of Pharaoh. Pharaoh, however was openly defiant when he heard God’s command to let Israel go into the wilderness and makes

Exodus 6-1-30 出埃及记6-1-30

kecheng: Exodus 6:1-30 出埃及记6:1-30 Exodus 6:1-30 出埃及记6:1-30 The Lord will strengthen Moses’ faith by giving him a renewed promise. Moses and the people would see God’s almighty power and the Egyptians would feel it. 耶和华藉着重新给摩西应许来坚立摩西的

Exodus 7-1-25 出埃及记7-1-25

kecheng: Exodus 7:1-25 出埃及记7:1-25 Exodus 7:1-25 出埃及记7:1-25 The chapter begins with the Lord patiently repeating His promises to Moses. The first of the ten plagues is recorded in this chapter. These plagues (miracles) serve as penalties for Pharaoh’s refusal to let the Israelites go. While these plagues were not altogether unknown to

Exodus 8-1-32 出埃及记8-1-32

kecheng: Exodus 8:1-32 出埃及记8:1-32 Exodus 8:1-32 出埃及记8:1-32 This chapter sets a recurring theme of sin, oppression (the plagues), repentance, and deliverance. Magicians and sorcerers cannot stop the power of God. 本章有一个反复循环的主题:犯罪、压制(十灾)

Exodus 9-1-35 出埃及记9-1-35

kecheng: Exodus 9:1-35 出埃及记9:1-35 Exodus 9:1-35 出埃及记9:1-35 Despite the false promises of Pharaoh, God will not be mocked. God deals another blow to the Egyptian religious and economic systems. 尽管法老做出虚假的应许,神是轻慢不得的。神再次

Exodus 10-1-29 出埃及记10-1-29

kecheng: Exodus 10:1-29 出埃及记10:1-29 Exodus 10:1-29 出埃及记10:1-29 Pharaoh seeks compromise and even forgiveness, but his pride still refuses to bend to the will of God. God strengthened Moses’ faith by saying that the hardening of Pharaoh was according to His divine will so that the signs would confirm to Israel

Exodus 11-1-10 出埃及记11-1-10

kecheng: Exodus 11:1-10 出埃及记11:1-10 Exodus 11:1-10 出埃及记11:1-10 The prediction of the last plague was given to Moses in Exodus 4:21-23. 21 The LORD said to Moses, “When you return to Egypt, see that you perform before Pharaoh all the wonders I have given you the power

Exodus 12-1-51 出埃及记12-1-51

kecheng: Exodus 12:1-51 出埃及记12:1-51 Exodus 12:1-51 出埃及记12:1-51 The institution of Passover took place at the Lord’s command. The Lord established Israel as a nation by the Passover. At the end of the chapter, the Lord will give additional regulations concerning the Passover due to the fact that Egyptians and likely

Exodus 13-1-22 出埃及记13-1-22

kecheng: Exodus 13:1-22 出埃及记13:1-22 Exodus 13:1-22 出埃及记13:1-22 The firstborn of Israel belongs to the Lord. It means that we must yield our lives to Jesus, consecrating ourselves as to Him. The Lord set Israel apart by instituting observances that help them remember their freedom won in the exodus. 以色

Exodus 14-1-31 出埃及记14-1-31

kecheng: Exodus 14:1-31 出埃及记14:1-31 Exodus 14:1-31 出埃及记14:1-31 God miraculously brings Israel through the waters, but this is more than simply passing a geographic barrier. When Israel crosses through the sea, they leave behind slavery and a future of death in Egypt for freedom and a future life with God. Israel

Exodus 15-1-27 出埃及记15-1-27

kecheng: Exodus 15:1-27 出埃及记15:1-27 Exodus 15:1-27 出埃及记15:1-27 Moses praises the Lord for victory and anticipates future victories. Crossing the Red Sea strengthened the Israelites faith and awakened within them a spirit of deep gratitude. The focus of the song is God himself. 摩西为着胜利和将

Exodus 16-1-36 出埃及记16-1-36

kecheng: Exodus 16:1-36 出埃及记16:1-36 Exodus 16:1-36 出埃及记16:1-36 God meets Israel’s need for food with bread from heaven. However, when the Israelites ignore God’s simple rules for its collection and consumption, they provoke an exasperated rebuke from God. Israel does not understand at the time, but God is blessing them through

Exodus 17-1-16 出埃及记17-1-16

kecheng: Exodus 17:1-16 出埃及记17:1-16 Exodus 17:1-16 出埃及记17:1-16 When Israel runs out of water, they grumble instead of turning to God, their Rock, for help. God in His graciousness does not deal with them according to their folly but furnishes the water they desperately need. Israel learns firsthand as they fight

Exodus 18-1-27 出埃及记18-1-27

kecheng: Exodus 18:1-27 出埃及记18:1-27 Exodus 18:1-27 出埃及记18:1-27 Moses serves as the chief mediator between God and the Israelites, and God uses Moses and his subordinates to teach the people about Himself through His Law. God also uses Moses to provide access to Him since the people come to Moses to

Exodus 19-1-25 出埃及记19-1-25

kecheng: Exodus 19:1-25 出埃及记19:1-25 Exodus 19:1-25 出埃及记19:1-25 In the desert, on their way to the Land of Promise, God made a covenant with His people at Mount Sinai (Mt Horeb). Sinfulness prevents the people from approaching God personally. Yet God graciously appoints an intermediary, Moses, through whom He makes His

Exodus 20-1-26 出埃及记20-1-26

kecheng: Exodus 20:1-26 出埃及记20:1-26 Exodus 20:1-26 出埃及记20:1-26 As Moses had led the people to the foot of the mountain, he went up the mountain with Aaron to receive God’s commandments to Israel. While the law was given, he was therefore, not at the foot of the mountain. When he and

Exodus 20 the ten commandments 3 出埃及记20 十诫 3

kecheng: Exodus 20 the ten commandments 3 出埃及记20 十诫 3 IV. The Sixth Commandment第六条诫命 Exodus 20:14 – “You shall not commit adultery. kecheng: In the Sixth Commandment, God teaches us that we must properly honor and use His gift of sexuality. 出埃及记2

Exodus 20 the Ten Commandments 4 出埃及记20 十诫 4

Exodus 20 the Ten Commandments 4 出埃及记20 十诫 4 VI. The Eighth Commandment第八条诫命 Exodus 20:16 – You shall not give false testimony against your neighbor. Proverbs 22:1 – A good name is more desirable than great riches; to be esteemed is better than silver or gold. In the Eighth

Introduction to the book of Exodus 出埃及记简介

Introduction to the book of Exodus 出埃及记简介 Introduction to the book of Exodus 出埃及记简介 kecheng: The Book of Exodus (a Greek word meaning “exit” or “departure”) is the second of the five books known collectively as the Pentateuch (Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy) written by Moses. Exodus could be considered the central book in the Old Testament because it