SALVATION-EXODUS TRUTHS

GOD’S PLAN REVEALED IN EXODUS

PHYSICAL TRUTH concerning Israelites   SPIRITUAL TRUTH concerning Mankind
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Ex 24:12; Eph 2:1,2,3; Col 2:13; Gal 2:20; Jas 1:2,3,4; Heb 3:12,13,14; Lk 8: 20,21; Ac 13:2; Isa 6:8; Rev 21:3; 1 Co 3:13,14,15; 1 Jn 2:19; Heb 3:12,14; Mt 13:18-23.

Day Number 1-3 

God is one God in three persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit. He is only one God as He has only one DNA (like identical triplets; see Trinity Analogy for further study), thus all three are equal in substance but differ in roles.

In regards to roles, the Father is supreme as He is the Architect Heb 3:4 planning His house of salvation Eph 3:10,11; Rev 13:8.  The Son is the Carpenter Mk 6:3; the Builder Eph 2:21,22; Heb 3:3, doing the actual work in salvation Eph 5:25; Mt 16:18 while the Holy Spirit is the Real Estate Agent Rev 22:17; Isa 55:1; the salesman that makes God’s house an attractive acquisition for all who are thirsty for salvation.

Therefore, holy brothers and sisters, who share in the heavenly calling, fix your thoughts on Jesus, whom we acknowledge as our apostle and high priest. He was faithful to the one who appointed him (the Father), just as Moses was faithful in all God’s house. Jesus has been found worthy of greater honor than Moses, just as the builder of a house (Jesus) has greater honor than the house itself (believers). For every house is built by someone, but God is the builder of everything (the Architect). “Moses was faithful as a servant in all God’s house,” bearing witness to what would be spoken by God in the future. But Christ is faithful as the Son over God’s house. Heb 3:1-6 

In the first three days of creation we see the different roles of the Godhead.  Day One, the Father creates light—reveals His plan to save and glorify man with a resurrected body.  Sending Jesus, the light of the world, accomplishes this in the Incarnation, which Jesus will die for man’s sins.  In Day Two, the waters are separated, a picture of the deliverance of the Israelites from the Egyptians and also a picture of the Gospel, which separates the proud, and the humble.  Jesus provides living water to justify those who believe the Gospel.  In Day Three, the Holy Spirit sanctifies those that are baptized into Christ, helping them mature and bear God’s fruit. The first three books of the Bible also confirm this pattern, as Genesis is a book of beginnings, just as the Father lays out His plans for mankind.  The second book Exodus is a book of deliverance as the Israelites are delivered from the bondage of the Egyptians just as Jesus delivers man from the bondage of sin. The third book Leviticus is a book about the holiness and worship of God and the Holy Spirit’s role is to conform us into the image of Christ through sanctification.

Day Number 1-3 

God is one God in three persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit. He is only one God as He has only one DNA (like identical triplets; see Trinity Analogy for further study), thus all three are equal in substance but differ in roles.

In regards to roles, the Father is supreme as He is the Architect Heb 3:4 planning His house of salvation Eph 3:10,11; Rev 13:8.  The Son is the Carpenter Mk 6:3; the Builder Eph 2:21,22; Heb 3:3, doing the actual work in salvation Eph 5:25; Mt 16:18 while the Holy Spirit is the Real Estate Agent Rev 22:17; Isa 55:1; the salesman that makes God’s house an attractive acquisition for all who are thirsty for salvation.

Therefore, holy brothers and sisters, who share in the heavenly calling, fix your thoughts on Jesus, whom we acknowledge as our apostle and high priest. He was faithful to the one who appointed him (the Father), just as Moses was faithful in all God’s house. Jesus has been found worthy of greater honor than Moses, just as the builder of a house (Jesus) has greater honor than the house itself (believers). For every house is built by someone, but God is the builder of everything (the Architect). “Moses was faithful as a servant in all God’s house,” bearing witness to what would be spoken by God in the future. But Christ is faithful as the Son over God’s house. Heb 3:1-6 

In the first three days of creation we see the different roles of the Godhead.  Day One, the Father creates light—reveals His plan to save and glorify man with a resurrected body.  Sending Jesus, the light of the world, accomplishes this in the Incarnation, which Jesus will die for man’s sins.  In Day Two, the waters are separated, a picture of the deliverance of the Israelites from the Egyptians and also a picture of the Gospel, which separates the proud, and the humble.  Jesus provides living water to justify those who believe the Gospel.  In Day Three, the Holy Spirit sanctifies those that are baptized into Christ, helping them mature and bear God’s fruit. The first three books of the Bible also confirm this pattern, as Genesis is a book of beginnings, just as the Father lays out His plans for mankind.  The second book Exodus is a book of deliverance as the Israelites are delivered from the bondage of the Egyptians just as Jesus delivers man from the bondage of sin. The third book Leviticus is a book about the holiness and worship of God and the Holy Spirit’s role is to conform us into the image of Christ through sanctification.

1 Pe 1:2; Isa 44:6; Ac 4:12; Eph 1:11; Ro 8:29,30; Gen 1:3; 2 Co 4:6; Isa 9:2; Jos 24:15; Ro 5:9; Gen 1:7; Jn 3:3; Mk 9:31; 1 Th 5:23; 2 Th 2:13; Ro 6:4,13; Gal 2:20; Jn 15:5.
2 Pe 1:10; Rev 7:1; Mt 4:1,2,3; 1 Pe 1:6,7; Heb 3:12,14; 1 Co 10:2,3,4,5; Jas 2:24; Mt 5:14,15,16; 2 Co 3:18 NASB; 1 Sa 17:40; Mt 25:2,4; 1 Sa 17:36,37; Eph 5:11,12,13; Gen 1:27,31; Eph 4:11,12,13; Gen 2:2; 1 Co 13:10; 1 Jn 5:4; Mt 24:13; Jas 2:22; 2 Pe 1:11; Lk 19:17.

Day Number 1-3 

God is one God in three persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit. He is only one God as He has only one DNA (like identical triplets; see Trinity Analogy for further study), thus all three are equal in substance but differ in roles.

In regards to roles, the Father is supreme as He is the Architect Heb 3:4 planning His house of salvation Eph 3:10,11; Rev 13:8.  The Son is the Carpenter Mk 6:3; the Builder Eph 2:21,22; Heb 3:3, doing the actual work in salvation Eph 5:25; Mt 16:18 while the Holy Spirit is the Real Estate Agent Rev 22:17; Isa 55:1; the salesman that makes God’s house an attractive acquisition for all who are thirsty for salvation.

Therefore, holy brothers and sisters, who share in the heavenly calling, fix your thoughts on Jesus, whom we acknowledge as our apostle and high priest. He was faithful to the one who appointed him (the Father), just as Moses was faithful in all God’s house. Jesus has been found worthy of greater honor than Moses, just as the builder of a house (Jesus) has greater honor than the house itself (believers). For every house is built by someone, but God is the builder of everything (the Architect). “Moses was faithful as a servant in all God’s house,” bearing witness to what would be spoken by God in the future. But Christ is faithful as the Son over God’s house. Heb 3:1-6 

In the first three days of creation we see the different roles of the Godhead.  Day One, the Father creates light—reveals His plan to save and glorify man with a resurrected body.  Sending Jesus, the light of the world, accomplishes this in the Incarnation, which Jesus will die for man’s sins.  In Day Two, the waters are separated, a picture of the deliverance of the Israelites from the Egyptians and also a picture of the Gospel, which separates the proud, and the humble.  Jesus provides living water to justify those who believe the Gospel.  In Day Three, the Holy Spirit sanctifies those who are baptized into Christ, helping them mature and bear God’s fruit. The first three books of the Bible also confirm this pattern, as Genesis is a book of beginnings, just as the Father lays out His plans for mankind.  The second book Exodus is a book of deliverance as the Israelites are delivered from the bondage of the Egyptians just as Jesus delivers man from the bondage of sin. The third book Leviticus is a book about the holiness and worship of God and the Holy Spirit’s role is to conform us into the image of Christ through sanctification.