Exodus is the account of God’s miraculous rescue of his people from Egypt, the institution of Israel’s greatest festival, the Passover, the provision of God’s law and the building of the tabernacle, which was the forerunner of the temple – all looking forward to future fulfilment in Christ.
Michael Bentley takes us on this journey with clarity in a way that will help both preacher and congregation alike.
'The New Testament contains many references made to the book of Exodus. An understanding of this exciting book will give us a better grasp of the attributes of God and of his wonderful plan of salvation through our Lord Jesus Christ……‘Michael Bentley … provides a clear, organized exposition of Scripture. His down-to-earth style helps students of Scripture, both preachers and their congregations, to grasp the meaning of the text without unnecessary difficulty.’
Extracts from the foreword by Joe Bell, Rector of Christchurch, Pinetown, Kwa-Zulu Natal and Presiding Bishop of the Church of England in South Africa.
Michael Bentley is the pastor of Great Hollands Free Church, Bracknell in southern England, where he is also actively involved in the local community. Among other responsibilities he is Vice-Chairman of the Standing Advisory Council for Religious Education in the area, a director of the local Citizen’s Advice Bureau and vice-chairman of a neighbourhood mediation service. He is the author of several titles in the Welwyn Commentary Series, including Building for God’s Glory (Haggai and Zechariah), Shining in the Darkness (Philippians) and Passing on the Truth (1& 2 Timothy).