THE SECOND BOOK OF MOSES CALLED
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Exodus. Genesis brings out the glories of God in creation, as well as the principles of government and calling. Exodus brings out the truths of salvation and redemption, pictured by the deliverance of Israel, followed by the habitation of God among His people on the basis of redemption (Ex. 15:2; 25:8). In Genesis God visits individuals. But in Exodus, with redemption accomplished, God dwells. Leviticus gives us the priesthood, offerings, and service of the tabernacle and the means of sustaining the people in their relationship. Numbers gives us the wilderness journey, and God’s presence with the people along the way. Deuteronomy is a recounting of things, and preparation of the people for the land.