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The Journey Bible Project Blog is offered to you with the firm belief that God changes lives when we open our Bibles one chapter at a time and our hearts one day at a time.

EXODUS 31-35: BAZALEL AND OHOLIAB HAVE SKILLS

Reading the Old Testament can be tedious and off-putting. In today's Journey Bible Project blog, Greg Taylor shows us three things to look for when reading Exodus 35.

EXODUS 28: HOW CAN CLOTHES KEEP YOU ALIVE?

Learn how clothes kept the priests alive in today's Journey Bible Project blog from Exodus 28.

EXODUS 27: SACRED AND "GROSS" NOT SEPARATED

In today's Journey Bible Project blog, we learn in Exodus 27 that worship and sacrificing animals are sacred acts, and life is not separated between the gross butchering of animals and "praise and worship time."

EXODUS 26: GOD CARES ABOUT WORSHIP

In today's Journey Bible Project blog, we learn in Exodus 26 how important a dwelling place for God is to Himself and for us.

EXODUS 25: I WILL LIVE WITH YOU

In today's Journey Bible Project blog, we look at Exodus 25 and how God chooses to dwell with His people. The Hebrew word "Mishkan," means literally abode.

EXODUS 23:1-9: YAHWEH'S CONCERN FOR JUSTICE

In today's Journey Bible Project blog, the God of Israel is concerned about our sense of what is just, the way we often favor the rich or the poor.

EXODUS 23:20-33: ANGEL OF PROTECTION

Today's Journey Bible Project blog attempts to open a very difficult discussion during our four year journey through the Bible: Israel's "conquering the land" by destruction of other people. Did God command, allow, or condone this, or was this Israel's idea they gave God credit for?

EXODUS 23:14-19: FEASTS

Today's Journey Bible Project blog follows the description of the ancient feasts of Israel as God commanded them to celebrate unto Him. What can Christians learn from these feasts, and are we to keep them still?

EXODUS 21:12-35: LIVING THE COMMANDS

In the second part of Exodus 21, God through Moses gives a vision for how more specifically to live out the Ten Commandments. There is great detail here about what it means to be a good neighbor in the ancient world, in the community of Israel.

EXODUS 23:10-13: SABBATH

In today's Journey Bible Project blog, you will be challenged along with us to reconsider our practices of sabbath keeping.

EXODUS 22: WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT THE DEATH PENALTY?

What do you think about the death penalty? More importantly, what does God think about the death penalty. In today's Journey Bible Project blog, Greg Taylor looks into what God thinks about the death penalty from Exodus 22 and beyond.

EXODUS 20:12-17: SIX COMMANDS ABOUT HUMAN RELATIONSHIPS

In today's Journey Bible Project blog, Greg Taylor discusses six commands from the Ten Commandments that center on flourishing human relationships.

EXODUS 20:1-11: OBEYING THE WORDS OF GOD

In today's Journey Bible Project blog, Greg Taylor discusses obeying the first four commands in the Ten Commandments. Read and see why these are such important commands to keep as God's redeemed people.

EXODUS 20:1-2: THE STORY UNDER THE COMMANDS

We miss something very important when we read the ten commandments. What is it that monument makers and preachers often miss? Read today's blog in The Journey's Bible Project and see what very important story must be under the ten commandments in order to practice the commands as God intended.

EXODUS 19: "I CARRIED YOU ON EAGLES' WINGS"

What does a picture of Larry Mullen Jr. of U2 have to do with Exodus 19. Read today's blog in The Journey Bible Project and find out!

EXODUS 17: BETWEEN A ROCK AND A HARD PLACE

What do you do when you feel like you are between a rock and a hard place? Does God have a higher purpose than getting you out of your jam?

EXODUS 16: WE'RE NOT WORTH COMPLAINING AGAINST

Greg Taylor asks if we have ever been in position to be complained against. What was your response? The response of Aaron and Moses to Israel's complaints is surprising.

EXODUS 18: LEADERSHIP ADVICE FOR A SON-IN-LAW

In The Journey Bible Project blog today, Greg Taylor says he has received advice from his father-in-law and actually took it! Moses got some very good advice from his father-in-law, and it changes his leadership.

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