I Am Who I Am
Questions for Study 2
Memory Verse: 3:14
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I. I Am the God of Your Father (3:1-10)
1. How drastically had Moses life changed since he ran away from Egypt? (1) How did God intervene in his life? (2-3) Who was in the flames of fire?
2. When Moses attention was gained, what did God do? (4-6) How did God identify himself? What does Moses' response tell us about him? How does the Lord's words in verse 7 reveal what Moses had been thinking about since he left Egypt?
3. By what means was God going to help his people? (8-10) Why this way instead of directly helping them? (Heb. 3:1-2) How is this similar to the spread of the gospel? (Luke 9:1-2, 9:6, 24:46-47)
II. I Am Has Sent Me to You (3:11-22)
4. What does Moses response to God reveal about himself? (11) How did God reassure him? (12)
5. What hypothetical situation did Moses use to ask God his name? (13) What did God say his name is? (14-15) What else can we learn about God from his response?
6. What mission did the Lord give Moses? (16-17) Why might this be a hard mission? After reassuring Moses of success in the first part of his mission what was his second mission? (18) Why did the Lord give him this direction when he knew it would fail? (19) What would Moses and the Israelites learn from the way the Lord rescued them? (20, Rom. 9:17-18)
7. How would the Egyptians hearts change? (21-22) How does this foreshadow Jesus' second coming?
III. Signs (4:1-17)
8. What doubt did Moses have? (1) What sign did the Lord give Moses? (2-5) What was the second sign? (6-7) What was the third sign? (8-9) What can we learn about the Lord with the way he was dealing with Moses' concerns?
9. What new doubt did Moses verbalize? (10) How did the Lord respond? (11-12) With every one of Moses objects overturned what did he finally confess? (13)
10. What can we learn about the Lord was his response to Moses? (14-17)