Exodus chapter 1

Ex 1:1-7. The children of Israel, after Joseph’s death, increase.
Ex 1:8-14. The more they are oppressed by a new king, the more they multiply.
Ex 1:15-21. The godliness of the midwives, in saving the men children alive.
Ex 1:22. Pharaoh commands the male children to be cast into the river.

Exodus chapter 2

Ex 2:1-4. Moses is born, and in an ark cast into the flags.
Ex 2:5-6. He is found, and brought up by Pharaoh’s daughter;
Ex 2:7-10. who employs his mother to nurse him.
Ex 2:11-12. He slays an Egyptian.
Ex 2:13-14. He reproves an Hebrew.
Ex 2:15-21. He flees into Midian, and marries Zipporah.
Ex 2:22. Gershom is born.
Ex 2:23-25. God respects the Israelites’ cry.

Exodus chapter 3

Ex 3:1. Moses keeps Jethro’s flock.
Ex 3:2-8. God appears to him in a burning bush.
Ex 3:9-12. He sends him to deliver Israel.
Ex 3:13-14. The name of God.
Ex 3:15-19. His message to Israel, and Pharaoh, whose opposition is foretold.
Ex 3:20-22. He is assured of Israel’s deliverance.

Exodus chapter 4

Ex 4:1-5. Moses’s rod is turned into a serpent.
Ex 4:6-9. His hand is leprous.
Ex 4:10-12. He is loath to be sent.
Ex 4:13-17. Aaron is appointed to assist him.
Ex 4:18-20. Moses departs from Jethro.
Ex 4:21-23. God’s message to Pharaoh.
Ex 4:24-26. Zipporah circumcises her son.
Ex 4:27-28. Aaron is sent to meet Moses.
Ex 4:29-31. The people believe them.

Exodus chapter 5

Ex 5:1-5. Pharaoh chides Moses and Aaron for their message.
Ex 5:6-14. He increases the Israelites’ task.
Ex 5:15-18. He checks their complaints.
Ex 5:19-21. They cry out upon Moses and Aaron.
Ex 5:22-23. Moses complains to God.

Exodus chapter 6

Ex 6:1-8. God renews his promise by his name JEHOVAH.
Ex 6:9. Moses vainly attempts to encourage the Israelites.
Ex 6:10-13. He and Aaron are again sent to Pharaoh.
Ex 6:14-25. The genealogy of Reuben, of Simeon, and of Levi, of whom came Moses and Aaron.
Ex 6:26-30. The history resumed.

Exodus chapter 7

Ex 7:1-6. Moses and Aaron are encouraged to go again to Pharaoh.
Ex 7:7. Their age.
Ex 7:8-10. Aaron’s rod is turned into a serpent.
Ex 7:11-12. The sorcerers do the like; but their rods are swallowed up by Aaron’s.
Ex 7:13. Pharaoh’s heart is hardened.
Ex 7:14-18. God’s message to Pharaoh.
Ex 7:19-25. The river is turned into blood; and the consequent distress of the Egyptians.

Exodus chapter 8

Ex 8:1-7. Frogs are sent.
Ex 8:8-15. Pharaoh sues to Moses, who by prayer removes them away.
Ex 8:16-19. The dust is turned into lice, which the magicians could not do.
Ex 8:20-24. The plague of flies.
Ex 8:25-32. Pharaoh inclines to let the people go, but yet is hardened.

Exodus chapter 9

Ex 9:1-7. The murrain of beasts.
Ex 9:8-12. The plague of boils and blains.
Ex 9:13-21. The message of Moses about the hail.
Ex 9:22-26. The plague of hail.
Ex 9:27-35. Pharaoh sues to Moses, but yet is hardened.

Exodus chapter 10

Ex 10:1-6. God threatens to send locusts.
Ex 10:7-11. Pharaoh moved by his servants, inclines to let the Israelites go.
Ex 10:12-15. The plague of the locusts.
Ex 10:16-20. Pharaoh entreats Moses.
Ex 10:21-23. The plague of darkness.
Ex 10:24-29. Pharaoh again entreats Moses, but yet is hardened.

Exodus chapter 11

Ex 11:1-3. God’s message to the Israelites to borrow jewels of their neighbours.
Ex 11:4-10. Moses threatens Pharaoh with the death of the firstborn.

Exodus chapter 12

Ex 12:1-2. The beginning of the year is changed.
Ex 12:3-10. The passover is instituted.
Ex 12:11-14. The import of the rite of the passover.
Ex 12:15-28. Unleavened bread, etc.
Ex 12:29-30. The firstborn are slain.
Ex 12:31-36. The Israelites are driven out of the land.
Ex 12:37-40. They come to Succoth.
Ex 12:41-42. The time of their sojourning.
Ex 12:43-51. The ordinance of the passover.

Exodus chapter 13

Ex 13:1-2. The firstborn are sanctified to God.
Ex 13:3-10. The memorial of the passover is commanded.
Ex 13:11-16. The firstlings of man and beast are set apart.
Ex 13:17-19. The Israelites go out of Egypt, and carry Joseph’s bones with them.
Ex 13:20. They come to Etham.
Ex 13:21-22. God guides them by a pillar of a cloud, and a pillar of fire.

Exodus chapter 14

Ex 14:1-4. God instructs the Israelites in their journey.
Ex 14:5-9. Pharaoh pursues after them.
Ex 14:10-12. The Israelites murmur.
Ex 14:13-14. Moses comforts them.
Ex 14:15-18. God instructs Moses.
Ex 14:19-20. The cloud removes behind the camp.
Ex 14:21-31. The Israelites pass through the Red sea, which drowns the Egyptians.

Exodus chapter 15

Ex 15:1-21. The song of Moses, Miriam, and Israel on their deliverance.
Ex 15:22. The people want water in the wilderness.
Ex 15:23-26. The waters at Marah are bitter, they murmur, Moses prays, and sweetens the waters by God’s direction.
Ex 15:27. They encamp at Elim, where are twelve wells, and seventy palm trees.

Exodus chapter 16

Ex 16:1-3. The Israelites come to Sin, and murmur for want of bread.
Ex 16:4-12. God promises them bread and flesh from heaven, and they are rebuked.
Ex 16:13-15. Quails and manna are sent.
Ex 16:16-24. The ordering of manna.
Ex 16:25-31. It was not to be found on the sabbath.
Ex 16:32-36. An omer of it is preserved.

Exodus chapter 17

Ex 17:1-5. The people murmur for water at Rephidim.
Ex 17:6. God sends them for water to the rock in Horeb.
Ex 17:7. The place is called Massah and Meribah.
Ex 17:8-13. Amalek is overcome by Joshua, while Moses holds up his hands with the rod of God.
Ex 17:14-16. Amalek is doomed to destruction; and Moses builds the altar JEHOVAH-nissi.

Exodus chapter 18

Ex 18:1-6. Jethro brings his wife and two sons to Moses.
Ex 18:7-8. Moses entertains him, and relates the goodness of the Lord.
Ex 18:9-12. Jethro rejoices, blesses God, and offers sacrifice.
Ex 18:13-26. He gives good counsel, which is accepted.
Ex 18:27. Jethro departs.

Exodus chapter 19

Ex 19:1-2. The people arrive at Sinai.
Ex 19:3-7. God’s message by Moses unto the people out of the mount.
Ex 19:8. The people’s answer returned again.
Ex 19:9-11. The people are prepared against the third day, for the giving of the law.
Ex 19:12-15. The mountain must not be touched.
Ex 19:16-25. The fearful presence of God upon the mount.

Exodus chapter 20

Ex 20:1-17. The ten commandments are spoken by Jehovah.
Ex 20:18-20. The people are afraid, but Moses comforts them.
Ex 20:21-22. Idolatry is forbidden.
Ex 20:23-26. Of what sort the altar should be.

Exodus chapter 21

Ex 21:1-4. Laws for men servants.
Ex 21:5-6. For the servant whose ear is bored.
Ex 21:7-11. For women servants.
Ex 21:12-15. For manslaughter.
Ex 21:16. For stealers of men.
Ex 21:17. For cursers of parents.
Ex 21:18-21. For smiters.
Ex 21:22-27. For a hurt by chance.
Ex 21:28-32. For an ox that gores.
Ex 21:33-36. For him that is an occasion of harm.

Exodus chapter 22

Ex 22:1-4. Of theft.
Ex 22:5-6. Of damage.
Ex 22:7-13. Of trespasses.
Ex 22:14-15. Of borrowing.
Ex 22:16-17. Of fornication.
Ex 22:18. Of witchcraft.
Ex 22:19. Of bestiality.
Ex 22:20. Of idolatry.
Ex 22:21-24. Of strangers, widows, and fatherless.
Ex 22:25. Of usury.
Ex 22:26-27. Of pledges.
Ex 22:28. Of reverence to magistrates.
Ex 22:29-30. Of the first fruits.
Ex 22:31. Of torn flesh.

Exodus chapter 23

Ex 23:1-3. Of slander, false witness, and partiality.
Ex 23:4-5. Of charitableness.
Ex 23:6-7. Of justice in judgment.
Ex 23:8. Of taking bribes.
Ex 23:9. Of oppressing a stranger.
Ex 23:10-11. Of the year of rest.
Ex 23:12. Of the sabbath.
Ex 23:13. Of idolatry.
Ex 23:14-17. Of the three feasts.
Ex 23:18-19. Of the blood and the fat of the sacrifice.
Ex 23:20-33. An angel is promised, with a blessing, if they obey him.

Exodus chapter 24

Ex 24:1-2. Moses is called up into the mountain.
Ex 24:3. The people promise obedience.
Ex 24:4-5. Moses builds an altar, and twelve pillars.
Ex 24:6-8. He sprinkles the blood of the covenant.
Ex 24:9-13. The glory of God appears.
Ex 24:14. Aaron and Hur have the charge of the people.
Ex 24:15-18. Moses goes into the mountain, where he continues forty days and forty nights.

Exodus chapter 25

Ex 25:1-9. What the Israelites were to offer for the formation of the tabernacle.
Ex 25:10-16. The form of the ark.
Ex 25:17-22. The mercy seat, with the cherubims.
Ex 25:23-30. The table of shew bread, with the furniture thereof.
Ex 25:31-40. The golden candlestick, with the instruments thereof.

Exodus chapter 26

Ex 26:1-6. The ten curtains of the tabernacle.
Ex 26:7-14. The eleven curtains of goats’ hair, and the covering of rams’ and badgers’ skins.
Ex 26:15-30. The boards of the tabernacle, with their sockets and bars.
Ex 26:31-35. The vail for the ark.
Ex 26:36-37. The hanging for the door.

Exodus chapter 27

Ex 27:1-8. The altar of burnt offering, with the vessels thereof.
Ex 27:9-17. The court of the tabernacle inclosed with hangings and pillars.
Ex 27:18-19. The measure of the court, and the furniture of brass.
Ex 27:20-21. The oil for the lamp.

Exodus chapter 28

Ex 28:1. Aaron and his sons are set apart for the priest’s office.
Ex 28:2-5. Holy garments are appointed.
Ex 28:6-14. The ephod and girdle.
Ex 28:15-29. The breast-plate with twelve precious stones.
Ex 28:30. The Urim and Thummim.
Ex 28:31-35. The robe of the ephod, with pomegranates and bells.
Ex 28:36-38. The plate of the mitre.
Ex 28:39. The embroidered coat.
Ex 28:40-43. The garments for Aaron’s sons.

Exodus chapter 29

Ex 29:1-37. The sacrifice and ceremonies of consecrating the priests and the altar.
Ex 29:38-44. The continual burnt offerings.
Ex 29:45-46. God’s promise to dwell among the children of Israel.

Exodus chapter 30

Ex 30:1-10. The altar of incense.
Ex 30:11-16. The ransom of souls.
Ex 30:17-21. The brazen laver.
Ex 30:22-33. The holy anointing oil.
Ex 30:34-38. The composition of the incense.

Exodus chapter 31

Ex 31:1-11. Bezaleel and Aholiab are appointed and qualified for the work of the tabernacle.
Ex 31:12-17. The observation of the sabbath is again commanded.
Ex 31:18. Moses receives the two tables.

Exodus chapter 32

Ex 32:1-6. The people, in the absence of Moses, cause Aaron to make a calf.
Ex 32:7-14. God informs Moses, who intercedes for Israel, and prevails.
Ex 32:15-18. Moses comes down with the tables.
Ex 32:19. He breaks them.
Ex 32:20-21. He destroys the calf.
Ex 32:22-24. Aaron’s excuse for himself.
Ex 32:25-29. Moses causes the idolaters to be slain.
Ex 32:30-35. He prays for the people.

Exodus chapter 33

Ex 33:1-3. The Lord refuses to go as he had promised with the people.
Ex 33:4-6. The people mourn thereat.
Ex 33:7-8. The tabernacle is removed out of the camp.
Ex 33:9-11. The Lord talks familiarly with Moses.
Ex 33:12-23. Moses prevails with God, and desires to see his glory.

Exodus chapter 34

Ex 34:1-4. The tables are renewed.
Ex 34:5-7. The name of the LORD proclaimed.
Ex 34:8-9. Moses entreats God to go with them.
Ex 34:10-27. God makes a covenant with them, repeating certain duties of the first table.
Ex 34:28. Moses, after forty days in the mount, comes down with the tables.
Ex 34:29-35. His face shines, and he covers it with a vail.

Exodus chapter 35

Ex 35:1-3. The sabbath.
Ex 35:4-19. The free gifts for the tabernacle.
Ex 35:20-29. The readiness of the people to offer.
Ex 35:30-35. Bezaleel and Aholiab are called to the work.

Exodus chapter 36

Ex 36:1-3. The offerings are delivered to the workmen.
Ex 36:4-7. The liberality of the people is restrained.
Ex 36:8-13. The curtains with cherubims.
Ex 36:14-18. The curtains of goats’ hair.
Ex 36:19. The covering of skins.
Ex 36:20-30. The boards with their sockets.
Ex 36:31-34. The bars.
Ex 36:35-36. The vail.
Ex 36:37-38. The hanging for the door.

Exodus chapter 37

Ex 37:1-9. The ark and mercy seat with cherubims made.
Ex 37:10-16. The table of shew-bread with its vessels.
Ex 37:17-24. The candlestick with its lamps and instruments.
Ex 37:25-28. The altar of incense.
Ex 37:29. The anointing oil and sweet incense.

Exodus chapter 38

Ex 38:1-7. The altar of burnt offering.
Ex 38:8. The laver of brass.
Ex 38:9-20. The court, and its hangings.
Ex 38:21-31. The sum of what the people offered, and the use to which it was applied.

Exodus chapter 39

Ex 39:1. The cloths of service and holy garments.
Ex 39:2-7. The ephod.
Ex 39:8-21. The breast-plate.
Ex 39:22-26. The robe of the ephod.
Ex 39:27-29. The coats, mitre, and girdle of fine linen.
Ex 39:30-31. The plate of the holy crown.
Ex 39:32-43. All is finished, reviewed, and approved by Moses.

Exodus chapter 40

Ex 40:1-12. The tabernacle is commanded to be reared, anointed, and consecrated.
Ex 40:13-15. Aaron and his sons to be sanctified.
Ex 40:16-33. Moses performs all things accordingly.
Ex 40:34-38. A cloud covers the tabernacle.