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.
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. 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. 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. 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.
Rev. Joe Cox, theology teacher at Lutheran High School South in St. Louis, Missouri, joins host Rev. AJ Espinosa to study Numbers 33.
Rev. Sean Kilgo studies Exodus 6:28-7:13 regarding how the LORD reveals Himself by His name, the way the LORD uses His Word to break hard hearts, and how He still sends messengers to preach His Word to us today.
Rev. Matt Wietfeldt studies Exodus 6:14-27 regarding the role and importance of genealogies in Holy Scripture and how it all finds fulfillment in Christ.