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Exodus means "departure" (Heb 11:22). It continues the history of the descendants of Jacob's twelve sons. In the first chapter of Exodus, just two short verses (Ex 1:11-12) cover the time during which God said to Abraham: "Your descendants shall be strangers in a land that is not theirs, and shall serve them; and they shall afflict them four hundred years" (Ge 15:13; Ac 7:6). The book teaches us how God fulfilled his promises to Abraham as well as protected and provided for his people in the midst of great difficulties and fierce enemies.
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