Exodus Week 3 with Joel Muddamalle

Episode 138 | Exodus | Released July 25, 2022 | Special guest: Joel Muddamalle

For Week 3 of our Exodus study, Raechel and Amanda are joined by Joel Muddamalle, Bible teacher and Director of Theology at Proverbs 31 Ministries. Together they discuss some of the larger motifs we see throughout the book of Exodus and how they point us to remember who God is and how He has always been providing faithfully for His people. Join us for a rich discussion about the events in their particular historical contexts and how we can more fully step into the reality of who we are in Christ—a holy nation and a royal priesthood. 

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This episode corresponds to Week 3 of the She Reads Truth Exodus reading plan found on the She Reads Truth app and SheReadsTruth.com

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Open Your Bibles: (passages referenced in this episode)
CSB translation unless otherwise noted 

Day 15: Exodus 17–18; Deuteronomy 17:8–11; Acts 6:1–7
Day 16: Exodus 19; 20:1–21; Matthew 5:17; Hebrews 8:10–13; 12:18–24
Day 17: Exodus 20:22–26; 21; Isaiah 44:6; Matthew 22:36–40 
Day 18: Exodus 22; 23:1–19; Proverbs 31:8–9; 1 Corinthians 10:24
Day 19: Exodus 23:20–33; 24; Matthew 26:26–29; Hebrews 9:18–22

Other Scriptures Mentioned: 

Hebrews 1:3
Ephesians 2:14
1 Peter 2:9
Colossians 1:17
1 John 4:19
1 Peter 2:11
1 Corinthians 5:20
Ephesians 6
Ephesians 1
Colossians 2

Show Notes: 

Joel Mudamalle’s personal website

“‘Hand over the whole natural self, all the desires which you think innocent as well as the ones you think wicked—the whole outfit. I will give you a new self instead. In fact, I will give you Myself: my own will shall become yours.’” —C.S. Lewis in Mere Christianity 

“This is because, due to original sin, our nature is so curved in upon itself at its deepest levels that it not only bends the best gifts of God toward itself in order to enjoy them…nay, rather, ‘uses’ God in order to obtain them, but it does not even know that, in this wicked, twisted, crooked way, it seeks everything, including God, only for itself.” —Martin Luther in Luther: Lectures on Romans

“The Old Testament does communicate to us and it was written for us, and for all humankind. But it was not written to us. It was written to Israel.” —John Walton in The Lost World of Genesis One

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