CAU The Need of The People to Get out Of Egypt Exodus Bible Verse Analysis Discussion

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Assignment One: 250 words)

Exodus 12:1–20 (The Israelites eat unleavened bread in the original Passover event.)

•Exodus 16:1–15 (God gives the Israelites manna to eat.)

•Matthew 14:13–21 (the multiplication of loaves and fishes)

•John 6:1–15 (Jesus distributes the loaves to the crowds.)

•Luke 22:14–20 (The Last Supper)

(ANSWER FOR EACH OF THE SCRIPTURES ABOVE)

1. What is the need or challenge from the people or community that is being answered?

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2. Describe any symbolic objects and symbolic actions, as well as their meaning(s).

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3. Describe God’s actions...in other words, explain what God "does" in the Scripture.

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4. Describe the responses of the people in the Scriptures (or their expected responses) to God's actions.

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5. Explain how this passage may relate to the Eucharist, as far as you understand it at this point.

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6. What significant question(s) does this Scripture bring to mind?(You cannot say "no questions!")

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Assignment Two: 250 words

The movie - The Gift

Part 1: Tone and Mood

Describe the tone and mood of the world in which the episode opens.Is it a happy place? A hopeful place?What seems to be the source of the mood and atmosphere?What might be offered in the episode to change the lives of the people who live in this world?What is their response?Make connections to our discussion on the Theology of the Eucharist.

Respond to these questions in a 5-7 sentence paragraph minimally.

Sacrifice

Where in the episode can we interpret the idea of Eucharist as “Sacrifice?”Explain.

Life Giving

In what way(s) can we see the idea of Eucharist as “Life Giving” in the episode?How is it seen physically? Spiritually?Explain.

Gift

How is the Eucharist characterized as a “Gift” in the episode?Explain.

Communion

Where does unity (or disunity) find itself in the episode?What role does the gift play in this dynamic?Is it the role that it should play?Explain.

Mission

Where is the idea of “Mission” seen in the episode?Who is sent on a mission?Be sure to find at least two people who are “sent” and explain!

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Question one
➢ Exodus 12:1–20 - The need of the people was to get out the Egypt to move away from
pain and suffering they were going through.
➢ Exodus 16:1–15 - The Israelites where on the way out of Egypt to the promised and were
hungry
➢ Matthew 14:13–21 - They had been listening to word of God from Jesus and some of
them had come from far location hence were hungry
➢ John 6:1–15 - They had been listening to word of God from Jesus and some of them had
come from far location hence were hungry


Luke 22:14–20 – The disciples had no information concerning death, crucifixion and
resurrection of Jesus.

Question 2
Exodus 12:1–20
The unleavened bread symbol used their suffering during their stay in Egypt. Also the presence
of the blood at the door post was to enable the angel of death to differentiate the Israelites from
the Egyptians.
Exodus 16:1–15
The manna symbolized God’s love and Care for the Israelites
Matthew 14:13–21 - The miracle symbolized God's miracles and ability in situation that people
deemed for impossibilities

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John 6:1–15 - The miracle symbolized God's miracles and ability in situation that people
deemed for impossibilities
Luke 22:14–20 – It symbolizes Jesus love for his disciples through sharing the last meal with
them.
Question 3
Exodus 12:1–20 – God made the Israelites ready as he prepared them for the journey to the
Promised Land
Exodus 16:1–15 – God provides them with manna from heaven so that they could eat
Matthew 14:13–21 – God fed large multitude of people through five loaves and 2 fishes
John 6:1–15 – God fed large multitude of people through five loaves and 2 fishes
Luke 22:14–20 – God revealed to them about the death, crusification and resurrection of Jesus
Question 4
Exodus 12:1–20 – The Israelites prepared themselves that night of the Passover ready for their
journey to the Promised Land as directed by God
Exodus 16:1–15 – The Israelites ate and carried the excess food provided to them by God
Matthew 14:13–21 – They were surprised by God miracles of multiplying the loaves and fishes
which fed everybody in the crowd.
John 6:1–15 – They were surprised by God miracles of multiplying the loaves and fishes which
fed everybody in the crowd.
Luke 22:14–20 – They were very surprised that one of them would betray Jesus and also that that
was the last meal they were sharing with Jesus after which he would soon crucified and die for
their own sins.

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Question 5
Exodus 12:1–20 –: It showed that God always is ready to provide food for his people more so
during the hard times in life
Exodus 16:1–15 – The multiplication of loaves and fish tells us that is a miracle working God
and that there is nothing little before God.
Matthew 14:13–21 – Jesus distribution of the loaves and fishes to the crowd proved God's care
and love for his people.
John 6:1–15 – Jesus distribution of the loaves and fishes to the crowd proved God's care and love
for his people.
Luke 22:14–20 – The last supper suggested that it was necessary for Jesus to inform his disciples
about his departure and that he wanted the disciples to be ready

Question 6
Exodus 12:1–20 –The Passover story help Christians understand tha...


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