Bible Proficiency Project
Week 5, 2019
I. Monday — Genesis 48-50
1. What constant reminder did the coffin of Joseph serve to the Israelites before they entered the Promised
Land? How long did the body of Joseph remain in Egypt?
2. What is the “antinomy?” How does this teaching enter into the story of Joseph and his brothers?
3. Are those who do evil things as a part of “God’s plan to be judged as innocent? (Acts 2:23 & Romans
II. Tuesday — Exodus 1-3
1. What is the significance of Exodus 2:23-25 especially the words “…and God remembered his covenant?”
2. In what way can we say that this is true for us today? Did the Israelites give much evidence that they
remembered the covenant God made with them?
3. How should we give evidence that we are God’s Covenant people?
4. Explain the meaning of Acts 7:35. Who was Moses a “type” of? Explain how and what the differences are.
5. What was the name God gave to Moses for Himself and what is its meaning?
III. Wednesday — Exodus 4-6
1. Are the excuses that Moses made really that unusual? Does God ever “call” us to do anything? What?
Give examples of some of the excuses we make that are similar to those of Moses.
2. Explain the ways that God used to prepare Moses for this great task that was before him. Does God ever
call us to do something that he has not prepared us for? What are some ways that God also helps us to
prepare for our work in fulfilling the call of God?
3. In Exodus 4:24 why does God threaten to kill Moses?
4. How did Pharaoh react to his first encounter with Moses [ch. 5]?
IV. Thursday – Exodus 7-9
1. What do you think God means that Moses will be as God to Pharaoh [7:1]?
2. What is a miracle? In what ways are the plagues miracles?
3. 2Timothy reveals the names of the magicians [7:11]. Who were they?
4. What is significant about the plagues that would shake the Egyptians?
5. What lesson is there in how Pharaoh responds after each plague?
V. Friday —Exodus 10-12
1. What is the significance of the words in Exodus 10:26, “not a hoof shall be left behind?”
2. In what ways are we able to see the sovereign power and hand of God in this account of Israel’s
3. When did God first announce the death of the firstborn and how is that significant [11:5]?
4. In order for the Israelites to be saved from death, they had to put blood on the house in which they
lived. Can there be salvation without the shedding of blood? (Hebrews 9)?
5. It was important for the Israelites to remain within their house when the judgment came on the Egyptians.
What is the present-day fulfillment of this “house”?
VI. Saturday — Exodus 13-15
1. What do you think the situation in Egypt must have been after Israel left the land?
2. At what point and why did the Egyptians flee from Israel at the Red Sea?
3. What does this account of the redemption of God’s people tell us about the power of God?
In what way are we still able to call God a “God of love” after so much blood had been shed?
4. Was it proper for Israel to rejoice so much in the death of the Egyptians, or should they have shown more
love and felt some sympathy for them?
VII. Sunday — Exodus 16-18
1. Look at John 6:49-51 and describe how Jesus is the fulfillment of the type of the manna? Would all the
people that ate the manna be saved? Why or why not?
2. What is the significance of the rod of God thus far in Israel’s journey?
3. What was the counsel from Moses’ father-in-law, and what lesson does it give us for keeping order among