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  • Exodus 17 Written and compiled by Gary Kukis

    Exodus 17:1–16 No-Water Test/Defeat of Amalekites

    These studies are designed for believers in Jesus Christ only. If you have exercised faith in Christ, then you are in the right place. If you have not, then you need to heed the words of our Lord, Who said, “For God so loved the world that He gave His only-begotten [or, uniquely-born] Son, so that every [one] believing [or, trusting] in Him shall not perish, but shall be have eternal life! For God did not send His Son into the world so that He should judge the world, but so that the world shall be saved through Him. The one believing [or, trusting] in Him is not judged, but the one not believing has already been judged, because he has not believed in the Name of the only-begotten [or, uniquely-born] Son of God.” (John 3:16–18). “I am the Way and the Truth and the Life! No one comes to the Father except through [or, by means of] Me!” (John 14:6).

    Every study of the Word of God ought to be preceded by a naming of your sins to God. This restores you to fellowship with God (1John 1:8–10). If there are people around, you would name these sins silently. If there is no one around, then it does not matter if you name them silently or whether you speak aloud.

    Document Navigation

    Preface and Quotations Outline of Chapter Charts, Graphics, Short Doctrines

    Doctrines Alluded to Dictionary of Terms Introduction and Text

    Chapter Summary Addendum A Complete Translation

    Verse Navigation

    Exodus 17:1-2b Exodus 17:2c-d Exodus 17:3 Exodus 17:4 Exodus 17:5–6

    Exodus 17:7 Exodus 17:8–9 Exodus 17:10–11 Exodus 17:12 Exodus 17:13

    Exodus 17:14 Exodus 17:15–16

    Links to the word-by-word, verse-by-verse studies of Exodus (HTML) (PDF) (WPD) (that is what this document is). This incorporates 2 previous studies done in the book of Exodus. However, much of this material was thrown together without careful editing. Therefore, from time to time, there will be concepts and exegetical material which will be repeated, because there was no overall editing done once all of this material was combined.

    There is a second, less complete set of weekly lessons of Exodus (HTML) (PDF) (WPD). Every word of that study can also be found in this word-by-word, verse-by-verse study.

    This study makes reference to a wide-range of sources. There are quotations from doctrinal teachers, of course; but from Catholic commentaries and from other sources as well. Wherever I found relevant truth, I quoted from it or was inspired by it. Even though it is clear that some churches have a better concept of our reason for being here, that does not mean that there is no truth to be found anywhere else. So, from time to time, I will quote from John Calvin, even though I do not subscribe to 5-point Calvinism; I will quote from some Catholic sources, even

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  • Exodus Chapter 17 2

    though I believe that they are very wrong regarding Mary, the pope, apostolic succession and other such doctrines. The intention is for this to be the most thorough and accurate study of Exodus available anywhere.

    Also, it is not necessary that you read the grey Hebrew exegesis tables. They are set apart from the rest of the study so that you can easily skip over them (based upon the suggestion of a friend). However, if you ever doubt the translation of a word, phrase or a verse, these translation tables are then available.

    Preface:

    The Bible Summary of Exodus 17 (in 140 characters or less): T.1

    There are many chapter commentaries on the book of Exodus. This will be the most extensive examination of Exodus 17, where you will be able to examine in depth every word of the original text. Every attempt has been made to make this both a complete and self-contained study. Therefore, all references, vocabulary, and related concepts should be found within this extensive study. Easy access links to more in-depth studies of some vocabulary words, concepts and doctrines are also provided.

    Quotations:

    Outline of Chapter 17:

    Introduction

    vv. 1–7 The First No-Water Test for Israel vv. 8–13 Israel Defeats Amalek in Their First Battle vv. 14–16 God Commands the Recording of These Historical Events

    Chapter Summary Addendum

    Charts, Graphics and Short Doctrines:

    Preface Quotations

    Introduction Titles and/or Brief Descriptions of Exodus 17 (by various commentators) Introduction Brief, but insightful observations of Exodus 17 (various commentators) Introduction Fundamental Questions About Exodus 17 Introduction The Prequel of Exodus 17 Introduction Introduction Introduction The Principals of Exodus 17 Introduction The Places of Exodus 17 Introduction By the Numbers Introduction Timeline for Exodus 17 Introduction A Synopsis of Exodus 17 Introduction Outlines of Exodus 17 (Various Commentators) Introduction A Synopsis of Exodus 17 from the Summarized Bible Introduction The Big Picture (Exodus –) Introduction Paragraph Divisions of Modern Translation for Exodus 17 Introduction

    1 From http://www.biblesummary.info/exodus accessed June 26, 2017.

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  • 3 The Book of Exodus

    Introduction Introduction Changes—additions and subtractions (for Exodus 17) Introduction

    v. v. v. v. v. v. v. v. v. v. v. 6 Moses Striking Water from the Rock by Niccolò Possino (1649) v. 6 Waters of Massah & Meribah (a graphic) v. 6 The Rock at Horeb is Jesus Christ v. v. v. v. v. v. v. v. v. v. v. v. v. v. v. v. v. v. v. v. v. v. v. v. v. 15 The Abbreviated Doctrine of the Altar v. v. v. v. v. v. v.

    Summary A Set of Summary Doctrines and Commentary Summary Why Exodus 17 is in the Word of God Summary What We Learn from Exodus 17 Summary Jesus Christ in Exodus 17

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    Summary Shmoop Summary of Exodus 17 Summary Edersheim Summarizes Exodus 17

    Addendum Josephus’ History of this Time Period Addendum A Complete Translation of Exodus 17 Addendum Word Cloud from a Reasonably Literal Paraphrase of Exodus 17 Addendum Word Cloud from Exegesis of Exodus 17

    Beginning of Document Chapter Outline Charts, Graphics, Short Doctrines

    Introduction and Text First Verse Addendum

    www.kukis.org Exodus folder Exegetical Studies in Exodus

    Doctrines Covered or Alluded To

    Altar

    Additional doctrines and links are found in Definition of Terms below.

    Chapters of the Bible Alluded To and/or Appropriately Exegeted with this Chapter

    Exodus 17 Deut. 27 2Sam. 24

    Many who read and study this chapter are 1st or 2nd generation students of R. B. Thieme, Jr., so that much of this vocabulary is second nature. One of Bob’s contributions to theology is a fresh vocabulary along with a number of concepts which are theologically new or reworked, yet still orthodox. Therefore, if you are unfamiliar with his work, the definitions below will help you to fully understand all that is being said. Also, I have developed a few new terms and concepts which require definition as well.

    In addition, there are other more traditional yet technical theological terms which will be used and therefore defined as well.

    Sometimes the terms in the exegesis of this chapter are simply alluded to, without any in-depth explanation of them. Sometimes, these terms are explained in detail and illustrated. A collection of all these terms is found here: (HTML) (PDF) (WPD). Often, the terms below are linked to complete doctrines.

    Definition of Terms

    Rebound (Restoration to fellowship with God)

    In the New Testament, this is naming your sins to God, so that you are both restored to temporal fellowship with God and are then filled with the Spirit of God. In the Old Testament, naming your sins to God would result in a restoration of fellowship and, in some cases, the empowerment of the Holy Spirit once again (the Holy Spirit was not given to all Old Testament believers). See the Doctrine of Rebound (HTML) (PDF) (WPD).

    Some of these definitions are taken from http://gracebiblechurchwichita.org/ http://rickhughesministries.org/content/Biblical-Terms.pdf http://www.gbible.org/index.php?proc=d4d http://www.wordoftruthministries.org/terms-and-definitions/ http://www.theopedia.com/

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  • 5 The Book of Exodus

    Chapter Outline Charts, Graphics and Short Doctrines

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    An Introduction to Exodus 17

    I ntroduction: Exodus 17 covers two basic topics. The Israelites are tested with regard to water and God provides them water. The second half of Ex. 17 deals with a skirmish between the Israelites and Amalek.

    Titles and/or Brief Descriptions of Exodus 17 (by various commentators)