Fugitive and Burning Bush (Discussion Questions)

Categories: Moses, Obedience

Read Exodus 3-5
  • Who kept the flock of his father-in-law, Jethro, and led the flock to the mountain of God, Horeb? Exodus 3:1
  • Which biblical mountain is referred to as "the mountain of God?" Exodus 3:1
  • What man saw a burning bush and then heard God call him "out of the midst of the bush?" Exodus 3:1-4
  • Where was Moses when God said, "put off thy shoes from off thy feet, for the place whereon thou standest is holy ground?" Exodus 3:1, 2, 5
  • Who made the lives of the children of Israel "bitter with hard bondage, in mortar, and in brick, and in all manner of service in the field?" Exodus 1:14; 3:7-10
  • What message did God give Moses at the burning bush? Exodus 3:1-20
  • What Bible character asked God this question: "Who am I, that I should go unto Pharaoh, and that I should bring forth the children of Israel out of Egypt?" Exodus 3:11
  • Fill in the blank: "And God said unto _______, I AM THAT I AM ....." Exodus 3:14
  • Whom did God direct to bring the children of Israel out of Egypt? Exodus 3:10, 11
  • Who told Moses to cast his rod on the ground? What did the rod become? Exodus 4:1-5
  • God called to Moses out of the midst of a burning bush. When Moses cast down his rod, it became a serpent. Did God instruct Moses to pick the serpent up by the neck or the tail? Exodus 4:4
  • When Moses picked up the serpent, as God commanded, what did the serpent then become? Exodus 4:4
  • Moses' brother helped Moses lead the children of Israel out of Egypt. What was his name? Exodus 4:28-31; 7:1,2
  • The Hebrews made bricks for the king of Egypt. After Moses and Aaron told Pharaoh that the Lord God of Israel said, "Let my people go," Pharaoh gave the taskmasters an order that made the people's work more difficult. What was the command that made the work even harder? Exodus 5:6-7, 12-13
  • What did the Children of Israel think of Moses and Aaron?