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Sermons/Sunday Schools in the series Answers Bible Curriculum, Part 4: God is in Control:

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Worship in the Tabernacle, Part 2

In this lesson, we continue our investigation into the elements of Israel’s tabernacle. Specifically, we look at the tabernacle building itself, the veil, the screen, the tabernacle court, and the bronze altar. We again consider the following questions: How did God want these elements to be made? What do these elements say about God? And how do these objects connect…

Joshua, Caleb, and the Spies

In this lesson, we look at the account of Israel spying out and then refusing to enter the promised land of Canaan. While most of Israel doubted God and refused to obey God, a faithful remnant that included Joshua and Caleb stood strong and urged obedience. This passage has much to teach believers about trusting God’s…

Worship in the Tabernacle, Part 1

In this lesson, we conduct part one of our investigation into the elements of Israel’s tabernacle. Specifically, we look at the ark of the covenant, the table of showbread, the golden lampstand, and the altar of incense. We answer the following questions: How did God want these elements to be made? What do these elements say about…

The Ten Commandments

In this lesson, we look at God’s giving of the Ten Commandments to Israel. We examine the circumstances in which Israel received the Ten Commandments, the relationship of the Ten Commandments to the rest of God’s commands, and the reasons God gave people His laws.

The Exodus from Egypt

In this lesson, we examine the departure of the people of Israel from Egypt, God’s deliverance at the Red Sea, and the complaints of the people in the desert. God was teaching something to Israel in each of these circumstances, and the lessons that Israel needed to learn are the same lessons that believers need to…

God Calls Moses

In this lesson, we look at Exodus 2-4 and how God raises up Moses to lead Israel out of Egypt. In our study, we notice that Moses’ expected method of deliverance does not turn out to be God’s method. We therefore consider application for ourselves; do we sometimes find ourselves disappointed, discouraged, and depressed when God keeps…

Chronology Conundrums

Does ancient Egyptian history contradict the Bible? In this lesson, we investigate why the standard Egyptian chronology of history does not match the chronology given by the Bible. Specifically, we familiarize ourselves with the conventional chronology of ancient Egyptian history, consider the revised chronology proposed by Answers in Genesis and archaeologist David Down, and compare this chronology to the one asserted…

Bondage in Egypt

In this lesson, we examine Exodus 1 and the account of enslavement of the children of Israel. This account raises a number of questions: where was God during the suffering of the Israelites? When and for how long were the Israelites enslaved? Did God condone the lying of the Hebrew midwives to pharaoh? We investigate these…

Joseph in Egypt

In this lesson, we examine what trials Joseph went through in Egypt, how Joseph responded to those trials, and how God worked a great and compassionate plan through it all. We also take time to note how we can follow Joseph’s example in our own lives.