Patterns of Exile and Redemption in the Torah


One volume of four CDs

This four-part teaching set explains how the events in Genesis and Exodus foreshadow the course of Biblical and modern history

The events associated with Adam and Eve, Noah, Abraham and Isaac foreshadow the exile of the nation of Israel into the nations and their redemption through the Messiah. The conflict between Jacob and Esau foreshadows the events of the tribulation, or Jacob’s trouble. Joseph’s separation from his brothers foreshadows the split of the house of Jacob into the Northern Kingdom and the Southern Kingdom and their eventual reunification. The judgments upon Egypt foreshadow the judgment upon the nations during the tribulation period. The two signs of Moses foreshadow the death and resurrection of the Messiah. The events of the historical Egyptian exodus foreshadow the tribulation, judgment of the nations, and the redemption of Ephraim and Judah.


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