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OUTLINE OF EXODUS from Through the Bible Day by Day by F. B. Meyer
The Nation Delivered and Organized
Introduction, Exodus 1:1-7
I. Israel in Egypt, Exodus 1:8-12:36
1. Oppression, Exodus 1:8-22
2. The Deliverer Raised up and Called, Exodus 2:1-4:31
3. The Plagues and the Passover, Exodus 5:1-12:36
II. From Egypt to Sinai, Exodus 12:37-18:27
1. The Departure, Exodus 12:37-42
2. The Laws of the Passover and of the First-Born, Exodus 12:43-13:22
3. The Passage of the Bed Sea and the Song of Deliverance, Exodus 14:1-15:19
4. Marah, Elim and the Manna, Exodus 15:20-16:36
5. Murmuring; Victory; Jethro’s Visit, Exodus 17:1-18:27
III. Israel at Sinai, Exodus 19:1-40:38
1. The Covenant Proposed and the People Prepared, Exodus 19:1-25
2. The Ten Commandments and Other Laws, Exodus 20:1-23:33
3. Ratification of the Covenant of the Law, Exodus 24:1-11
4. Moses in the Mount; Directions for the Tabernacle, Exodus 24:12-31:18
5. The Golden Calf; Penalty; Moses’ Intercession, Exodus 32:1-33:23
6. Moses Again in the Mount; the Covenant Renewed, Exodus 34:1-35
7. Construction and Erection of the Tabernacle, Exodus 35:1-40:38
IDENTIFICATIONS OF SIGNIFICANT PHARAOHS AFTER JOSEPH AND IN EXODUS
SECOND INTERMEDIATE PERIOD (dynasties 15-16; ca. 1674–1567 B.C.). Capital: Avaris (Raamses). Period of Hyksos rule.
NEW KINGDOM (dynasties 17-20; ca. 1570–1085 B.C.). Capital: Tanis (Zoan). Period of imperial supremacy.
Ahmose (Amosis; 1570–1546 B.C.; 1st Pharaoh of 18th dynasty) expelled the Hyksos and re-established native Egyptian rule.
Amenhotep I (1546–1526 B.C.; 2nd Pharaoh of 18th dynasty)
Thutmose I (Thutmosis I; 1525-ca. 1512 B.C.; 3rd Pharaoh of 18th dynasty) practiced genocide on Hebrew male babies (Exod. 1:15-22).
Hatshepsut (1503–1482 B.C.; 5th Pharaoh of the 18th dynasty) was the daughter of Pharaoh Thutmose I who drew Moses out of the Nile and later ruled as
Queen (Exod. 2:5).
Thutmose III (1504–1450 B.C.; 6th Pharaoh of the 18th dynasty) was the Pharaoh of the oppression who tried to kill Moses and from whom Moses fled into
Midian (Exod. 2:15).
Amenhotep II (1450–1425 B.C.; 7th Pharaoh of the 18th dynasty) was the Pharaoh of the plagues and the Exodus (Exod. 3:10—15:19).
The Female Belief in Redemption
The Hebrew tradition says "At the age of 80, Moses received a prophecy that the redemption of the Israelites from Egypt was near. When he relayed this message to the Jewish men, they were unable to believe it, being too embittered from their slavery and suffering. It was the women who rejoiced in Moses' message of salvation and continued to encourage their husbands by decorating themselves with make-up and jewelry when meeting them after their long, grueling day's work. They even fashioned tambourines in the depths of the Egyptian exile under Miriam's direction, in anticipation of the coming redemption. After the Children of Israel had crossed the Red Sea, Miriam and the women took up these instruments, and they danced while singing the song of redemption with complete faith and joy." Watch as modern day Israeli women sing and rejoice using drums similar to Miriam's of old Tambourines!