Moses sings to praise God. Manna pictures the Word of God. Moses learns he needs others to help him.
Moses gives excuses for not serving as God asks. God uses miracles and plagues to show who He is to both Egyptians and Israelites.
Joseph forgives his brothers. His brothers are afraid. God uses trials for good.
Moses receives the Ten Commandments. Moses’ face shines with God’s glory after being in His presence. The Old Testament sin offering foreshadows Christ’s sacrifice.
Paul speaks of the mysteries of God and shares the secret of having a deeper life in Christ. He explains what it means to put on the new man.
Paul tells of the joy of generous giving using God as our example. We give because God gave. We are to glory in the Lord rather than ourselves.
Paul explains that God gives us spiritual gifts so that we can help others. The gifts are worthless without the love of God. Paul identifies witnesses of Christ’s resurrection and explains why the resurrection is critical to us.
O: The sacrifices show holiness as a requirement for a relationship with God. They foreshadow Christ’s sacrifice for us.
WN: The psalmist contrasts Godly wisdom with the views of the wicked.
O: The design and construction of the Tabernacle picture Christ and God’s effort in making a way to meet Him.
WN: The psalmist gives praise to God and expresses trust in Him.