Discussion Questions: Exodus 11


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  • When the LORD went out into Egypt to strike the Egyptians with this tenth plague, he did two things. What were they? (Hint: one was an act of grace, the other an act of justice). 
  • How were these two things, grace and justice, displayed at the cross of Christ?  Why did it have to be this way for our sins to be forgiven and for God to be just?  (See Romans 3:26)
  • What are the two errors that men make when they are offended by a story like this regarding the LORD himself putting men to death? In other words, what are the main two things they get wrong?
  • What does it mean to fear the LORD? Why is it imperative that we fear him? Should this fear of the LORD cause us to run from him or to him? How is it possible for us to run to a God so holy and awesome given our sin?


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