Rev. Brian Flamme studies Exodus 12:29-42 regarding the final plague as both destruction for the LORD’s enemies and salvation for the LORD’s people, the continuity of the Christian faith in the Old and New Testaments, and the certainty of the LORD’s deliverance even during times of patient affliction.
Rev. Steve Andrews studies Exodus 12:14-28 regarding what the remembrance of the Passover meant for Israel then and for Christians today, the faithfulness of Israel in believing the LORD’s means of salvation, and the importance of passing down the Christian faith in our families.
Rev. Luke Zimmerman studies Exodus 12:1-13 regarding the Passover meal and its connections to Christ, including the foundational nature of the Passover, the sacrificial lamb whose blood marked God’s people, and the urgency of the celebration.
Rev. Matt Ulmer studies Exodus 11:1-10 regarding God’s grace and initiative in bringing His people out of Egypt, midnight as the time of God’s unexpected action, and the LORD’s desire to distinguish all people by covering them with the blood of Christ.
Rev. Dr. studies Exodus 10:21-29 regarding the ninth plague, the plague of darkness, including the way idolatry disrupts our lives, how the LORD shines His light into the darkness through Israel, Christ, and the Church, and the confidence the Church has in standing on the LORD’s Word.
Rev. Nate Hill studies Exodus 10:1-20 regarding the eighth plague, the plague of locusts, including the need to recount the works of the LORD, the call to repentance in the devastation of the plagues, and the fact that no earthly ruler can stand in God’s accomplishment of His people’s salvation.
Rev. Carl Roth studies Exodus 9:13-35 regarding the seventh plague, the plague of hail, including the LORD’s continued mercy in the midst of the plagues, God’s patience toward Pharaoh and his hardened heart, and the difference between worldly grief and godly grief.
Rev. Timothy Koch studies Exodus 9:1-12 regarding the plague against Egypt’s livestock and the plague of boils, including the way the LORD identifies Himself with His people even in their slavery, the importance of the LORD setting a time, and the voice of the LORD through His messengers.
Rev. Matt Wietfeldt studies Exodus 8:20-32 regarding the fourth plague, the way the LORD uses flies to show the foolishness of Egyptian idolatry, and the way the Church proclaims both Law and Gospel to the world while interceding for them in prayer.
Rev. Jeremiah Johnson studies Exodus 8:1-19 regarding the plagues of frogs and gnats against Egypt, including how the LORD shows Himself to be the one true God over every idol and the freedom that He gives from slavery to false gods.