Do You See Christ - in Exodus? (12 of 37) by John Barnett
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Series: Christ in All the Scripture
Tonight We See That Passover Season Was Prophetic
The Gospels record Christ fulfilled the three prophecies of the Passover season.
? The Feast of Passover prophesied redemption. Jesus the Messiah, the Passover Lamb, was slain for us.
? The Feast of Unleavened Bread prophesied sanctification. He was set apart. His body would not decay in the grave. Jesus was buried at the beginning of the Feast of Unleavened Bread since His body was interred at sundown of Passover Day, the beginning of the fifteenth of Nisan, the first month.
? The Feast of Firstfruits prophesied resurrection. Death could not hold her Foe. On the third day, Jesus rose triumphantly from the grave. Tonight we remember these truths.
DO YOU SEE CHRIST IN EXODUS:
According to Luke 24:27, 44-45 Christ is found in "all the Scriptures." EXODUS 33:17 He is the One greater than the deliverer, Moses - He is Christ in ALL the Scriptures! In Exodus we find Christ:
1. The Voice in the Burning Bush (3.1-6)
2. The Passover Lamb of God (12.1-28)
3. The Unleavened Bread (13.3-10)
4. The Rock/Pillar of Cloud and Fire leading them (13.21-22)
5. The Red Sea Crossing (14.1-31)
6. The Manna from Heaven (16.1-36)
7. The Source of Living Water (17.1-7)
We can see Pictures of Christ in every section of Exodus.
Pictures of Christ: The Burning Bush (3:1-6)
The Burning Bush has some very interesting symbolism. Fire is always symbolic of judgment (in the Scripture); brass was always used in the Tabernacle for vessels which needed to hold fire, so brass speaks of fire and thus judgment. (Num 21:5-20 and the brazen serpent). Heb 12:29 "our God is a consuming fire"; Heb 1:13 notes that He cannot even look upon evil.
Pictures of Christ: The Passover (12:1-28)
We speak often of the seven feasts of Moses, the Levitical feasts, this is not a Levitical feast. Rabbinical feasts were slaughtered ...
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