Exit, Volume 1
Exodus Chapters 1-12
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Time is short, and we need to be reminded of the imminent coming of our Redeemer. Exit, Volume 1 is written for today’s Christian women as well as for those left behind after the Rapture. Jesus is coming soon for His church, and those not taken in the Rapture will need hope and solid proof that God can save them through this horrible judgment. The tribulation time will be horrific, but anyone who accepts Jesus as their Savior now can be redeemed at the Rapture and will not live through this tribulation.
In preparation for these events, Exit, Volume 1 takes a journey through Exodus, the second book of the Bible. As we walk through these twelve chapters of Exodus in this first of this three book series, we will see Jesus and learn to love God more. Many examples in Exodus parallel our lives today, and knowing the Old Testament thoroughly can inform our knowledge of the New Testament as well.
Experience the power of our God and ready yourselves for His coming return. Exit, Volume 1 is designed to encourage deeper personal study to prepare for this time.
I believe that the Lord God of Abraham, of Isaac, and of Jacob has put it into my heart to pen these words for women like myself who desire to know Him more intimately. The reason I wrote this book now is that time is short and we need reminding of the imminent coming of our Redeemer. Exit, written for today’s women as well as those left behind after the Rapture. Jesus is coming soon for His church. For God hath not appointed us to wrath, but to obtain salvation by our Lord Jesus Christ, Who died for us, that, whether we wake or sleep, we should live together with him. I Thessalonians 5:9-11 KJV There is hope! Those not taken in the Rapture will need hope and solid proof that God can save them through this horrible judgment. Jesus had to come to this earth, die, and rise from the dead in order to pay our debt and to procure our salvation so that all may enjoy eternal life with Him. The tribulation time will be horrific, and I weep when I think of my friends and loved ones who continue to refuse to accept Jesus as their Savior now and be redeemed at the Rapture and will live through this tribulation. What does the Bible teach about the tribulation saints? After this I beheld, and, lo, a great multitude, which no man could number, of all nations, and kindreds, and people, and tongues, stood before the throne, and before the Lamb, clothed with white robes, and palms in their hands. (Revelation 7:9, KJV) And one of the elders answered, saying unto me, What are these which are arrayed in white robes? and whence came they? And I said unto him, Sir, thou knowest. And he said to me, These are they which came out of great tribulation, and have washed their robes, and made them white in the blood of the Lamb. (Revelation 7:13–14, KJV) The good news is that the Bible clearly states that there will be tribulation saints who will gain eternal life. Unfortunately, those not raptured will have to endure horrors, and many will be martyred for their conversion. You can avoid the tribulation period simply by accepting Jesus Christ as your Savior now; it is a gift. We could never be good enough to gain heaven, so Jesus had to die to allow us in, and He calls all too free admission to eternal life. Throughout the book of Exodus, we see God and His grace shown to those who did not deserve it, but because they called on Him in their time of need, He redeemed them. We will be studying the initial exit and learning about the coming exit. Jesus was there in the initial exit and has since given His life in order to buy our passage. Since God does not change, we only need (like the Israelites) to cry out to Him for deliverance. He will bring us out from under the hold of sin on us with His mighty hand. I know this personally. When I gave my life to Him (I acknowledged that I was born a sinner and asked Him to forgive me my sins and be Lord of my life), He freed me of the holds of sin on my life. I am now free from habits, doubts, fears, and guilt’s that held me captive. Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new. (2 Corinthians 5:17, KJV) Do you agree that we women need reminding of the important place we hold in God’s heart? We must realize God’s immense love and concern for each of us. Be encouraged that YHWH (Hebrew word for God, “I Am Who I Am”) is and has always been there to provide for every need for each person ever born. In order to understand the New Testament, we must read the Old Testament also; this allows us to meet the Triune God and see the same love expressed throughout. Without corroborating passages in the Epistles, we could not completely understand the fullness of the Word of God; but with this teaching, we see the meanings hidden from those who lived in the Old Testament times. All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof; for correction, for instruction in righteousness; that the man of God may be perfect, thoroughly furnished unto all good works. Timothy 3:16-17 KJV God here in Exodus shows that He sees and hears and is concerned for His children. God showed His power and might through the overthrowing of Pharaoh, who was holding His children in bondage. He sent His servant Moses to deliver the Israelite, just as He sent Jesus to deliver us today! The next exit is coming! When we find ourselves trapped in sin (habits, doubts, fears, guilt, etc.), we are under bondage and held captive by our fallen flesh. God wants us to walk in freedom. God has provided us with the ability to walk in complete freedom. God not only wants to deliver us from bondage so we can walk in freedom, but He wants to take us to a higher level of life. All we need to do is allow Him to lead us up out of bondage to our heavenly home. We are in the very last days; we need to get closer to God and to pray for the lost. Maybe your own family is unsaved, perhaps your only child. There is hope! Come now on this journey through this second book of the Bible. As we walk through these twelve chapters of Exodus in this first of this three-book series, we will see Jesus and learn to love God more. Many examples in Exodus will parallel our lives today. This research is not meant to provide an exhaustive study, but rather to wet your appetite for a deeper study on your own.
June Martin is a native Californian who moved with her husband, Wilce, and two children to North Carolina in 1996. She is a registered nurse by training; her time is now given to speaking about the books God has given her to write.
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