exodus scripture pictures
Gallery of graphics illustrating the beautiful Word of God, all taken from the book of Exodus. These are free for personal or ministry use (not for sale).
exodus high resolution scripture pictures (Broken link, active Jan 1, 2015; see here)
Many of the same images as in the above gallery, but sized to 300px resolution to print nicely for personal or ministry use (not for sale).
outline of exodus according to its hebrew paragraph divisions
2013 mar 08
The Hebrew paragraph divisions found in Torah scrolls and the Hebrew Scriptures are one of the divinely- inspired teaching tools of Scripture, which have however been discarded by the English translations of the Bible.
patterns of evidence: exodus
2015 jan 26
The Bible claims there were six monumental events in the history of Israel as a nation, which impacted the history of the other nations in the near East. Where is the evidence for these events?
patterns of evidence: exodus, part two
2015 jan 27
But here is my problem. Simply eliminating Ramesses as the pharaoh of the Exodus period and moving the date of the Exodus several centuries to an earlier Egyptian dynasty does not absolve the Scriptural support for Ramesses in Exo 1:11, and does not address the broader message of Scripture. Consider this …
brad scott: the sabbath day, part two, part three, part four, part five, part six, part seven
exodus 16, 20:8-11, 31:12-17, 35:1-3
I, however, intend to respond to a series of ‘proof texts’ that I have been given concerning this issue. I would like to respond to them one at a time in just the order that I have received them. I respond to these ‘proof texts’ with the utmost concern and respect for those who are seeking the truth concerning the Sabbath.
brad scott: the tabernacle; structure; ark part one, part two, part three; showbread part one, part two; menorah part one, part two
For now, we are going to go through the tabernacle step by step the way YHVH designed it. We will discuss all the articles and furniture, and how they are a beautiful picture of not only the Messiah, but ourselves.