Not every meaningful principle in the scriptures can be highlighted in these outlines. Listen to the Spirit to help you focus on the truths you need.
Exodus 24: Israel accepts the word of the Lord by covenant—Moses sprinkles the blood of the covenant—He, Aaron, Nadab, Abihu, and seventy of the elders of Israel see God—The Lord calls Moses on to the mount to receive the tables of stone and commandments.
Exodus 31: Artisans are inspired in building and furnishing the tabernacle—Israel is commanded to keep the Lord’s Sabbaths—The death penalty is decreed for Sabbath desecration—Moses receives the stone tablets.
Exodus 32: Aaron makes a golden calf, which Israel worships—Moses serves as a mediator between God and rebellious Israel—Moses breaks the tablets of stone—The Levites slay about 3,000 rebels—Moses pleads and intercedes for the people.
Exodus 33: The Lord promises to be with Israel and drive out the people of the land—The tabernacle of the congregation is moved away from the camp—The Lord speaks to Moses face to face in the tabernacle—Later, Moses sees the glory of God but not His face.
Exodus 34: Moses hews new tables of stone—He goes up into Mount Sinai for forty days—The Lord proclaims His name and attributes and reveals His law—He makes another covenant with Israel—The skin of Moses’ face shines, and he wears a veil.
Resources on ChurchofJesusChrist.org
- Come, Follow Me—For Individuals and Families (lesson materials at ChurchofJesusChrist.org)
- Come, Follow Me—For Sunday School (lesson materials at ChurchofJesusChrist.org)
- Come, Follow Me—For Primary (lesson materials at ChurchofJesusChrist.org)
- “Who’s on the Lord’s Side?” Hymns, no. 260.
- Chapter 20: The Golden Calf
- Chapter 21: The Tabernacle
- Old Testament Seminary Student Material: Lesson 56: Exodus 21–24
- Old Testament Seminary Student Material: Lesson 57: Exodus 25–31
- Old Testament Seminary Student Material: Lesson 59: Exodus 32
- Old Testament Seminary Student Material: Lesson 60: Exodus 33–40
- Old Testament Study Guide for Home-Study Seminary Students: Unit 11: Day 1, Exodus 21–24
- Old Testament Study Guide for Home-Study Seminary Students: Unit 11: Day 2, Exodus 25–31
- Old Testament Study Guide for Home-Study Seminary Students: Unit 11: Day 3, Exodus 32
- Old Testament Study Guide for Home-Study Seminary Students: Unit 11: Day 4, Exodus 33–34
- Old Testament Institute Student Manual Genesis-2 Samuel: Exodus 21–24; 31–35: The Mosaic Law: A Preparatory Gospel
Resources on Interpreter Foundation
- Scripture Roundtable: Old Testament Gospel Doctrine Lesson 14, “Ye Shall Be a Peculiar Treasure unto Me”, Administration, April 7, 2014
- “Ye Shall Be a Peculiar Treasure unto Me.” Exodus 15-20; 32-34, Taylor Halverson, March 29, 2014
- “In the Mount of the Lord It Shall Be Seen” and “Provided”: Theophany and Sacrifice as the Etiological Foundation of the Temple in Israelite and Latter-day Saint Tradition, Matthew L. Bowen, June 21, 2013
- The Ark and the Tent: Temple Symbolism in the Story of Noah, Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, March 29, 2021
- The Tabernacle: Mountain of God in the Cultus of Israel, L. Michael Morales, May 25, 2020
- Sorting Out the Sources in Scripture, Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, April 4, 2014
- The Case for the Documentary Hypothesis, Historical Criticism, and the Latter-day Saints, Colby J. Townsend, April 4, 2014
Resources on Other Sites
- A Comparison of the Communal Lament Psalms and the Treaty-Covenant Formula, by Daniel L. Belnap, Studies in the Bible and Antiquity, Volume 1, no. 1