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09/02/15 NT Class Notes #3 Jesus’ Relationship to Judaism and the Old Testament The Exodus; the Mosaic Covenant; the Davidic King and Covenant (Ex. 19.1-6; 20.2; Deut. 5.6; 6.20-25; 2 Sam. 7; Ps. 2) From Abraham to the Exodus from Egypt 1. Covenant continued through Isaac and Jacob 2. Joseph sold and taken to Egypt 3. Jacob and family move to Egypt due to famine The book of Genesis climaxes as Joseph ends the cycle of revenge and violence by recognizing that God’s redemptive purpose will not fail despite human failure (Gen. 50.15-21; cf. Acts 2.22-24, 36; 3.11-16) 4. Israelites grow into a large people (fulfillment of promise to Abraham), but soon are made slaves The Exodus and the Mosaic Covenant The Exodus from Egypt is the next major movement of God’s plan/solution After the descendants of Abraham are made slaves in Egypt, God “remembers” His covenant relationship with Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob (Ex. 2.23-25) The Exodus becomes the saving event in which the nation of Israel becomes God’s people (Ex. 19.1-6)
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