Rev. Greg Truwe, pastor at Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church in Cole Camp, MO, joins host Rev. Timothy Appel to study Exodus 21:1-17.
Rev. James Preus, pastor at Trinity Lutheran Church in Ottumwa, IA, joins host Rev. Timothy Appel to study Exodus 20:18-26.
Rev. Matt Wietfeldt, Director of Admissions at Concordia Theological Seminary in Ft. Wayne, IN, joins host Rev. Timothy Appel to study Exodus 20:1-17 on today’s episode.
Rev. Jacob Dandy studies Exodus 19:16-25 regarding the terror, majesty, and holiness of the LORD displayed to Israel at Mt. Sinai, the mercy the LORD shows His people by coming down to speak to them, and Christ as God’s ultimate mediator, sacrifice, and Word for us.
Rev. Shawn Linnell studies Exodus 19:1-15 regarding the LORD’s revelation of Himself through His Word on the mountain, the connection between hearing, listening, and obeying, the priority of the LORD’s acts of salvation, and the consecration that the LORD gives as He comes to meet His people.
Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller studies Exodus 18:1-27 regarding the reunion of Moses with his family, Jethro’s confession of faith in the one true God and the future sacrifice of His Son, and Jethro’s wisdom to Moses concerning his administration of the people of Israel.
Rev. Philip Hoppe studies Exodus 17:8-16 regarding the connection between prayer in heaven and life on earth, the picture of Moses’ arms lifted in the shape of the cross, and the final victory that God wins over all His enemies in Jesus’ death and resurrection.
Rev. David Appold studies Exodus 17:1-7 regarding Israel’s journey to Mt. Sinai, their quarreling against Moses and the LORD, the significance of Moses’ staff, and the preaching of Christ crucified in the water from the rock.
Rev. Zelwyn Heide studies Exodus 16:13-36 regarding God’s providence for His people in the wilderness, the faith and trust the LORD works through His Word, and Christ as the fulfillment of the wilderness feeding.
Rev. Ryan Ogrodowicz studies Exodus 15:22-16:12 regarding the rhythm of God’s gift of salvation and our Christian life of service, Christ’s cross as our forgiveness and hope during times of bitter suffering, and God’s grace in the midst of our sinful complaining.