For many weeks, I’ve let you in on my study of Exodus. Last week, I got to the end of the specific case laws in Exodus 21-23; but there remains an epilogue, which gives the people a vision for entering the land of promise.
Since I’m on vacation this week and don’t have time to write, it’s your turn. Why don’t you try to study Exodus 23:20-33 on your own?
For help with your study, you can refer to the Basic Bible Study Skills booklet on the resources page.
- Just observe the words, grammar, structure, genre, and mood.
- Ask some interpretive questions, and answer them from the text.
- Determine the author’s main point and connect it to Christ. See what you can come up with before you look at any study notes or commentaries.
- Then apply it to yourself, your family, and your positions of influence with others.
I’d love to hear what you come up with. Comment below with your guess at the main point of Exodus 23:20-33, and I’d love to interact with you!