Watch the “Lord’s Day Live!” video then copy the following “Doodle Bible School” and “Application Sermon Questions,” click the “Submit Answers” button below each set of questions and paste the questions into the email. Answer the questions and send them to us. Do the “Make It Real Assignment” for the Reading Assignment.

Doodle Bible School

Lesson 14

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1. What is the theme of Exodus 14?

2. Can you doodle the picture clue?

3. What did God use to part the Red Sea? (14:12)

4. Can you quote the memory verse? 

5. How long did it take the east wind to dry up a path in the sea? (14:21)

6. What did the water form on either side of them? (14:22)

7. At what time of day were the Egyptians thrown into a panic? (13:24)

8. Who did the Egyptians say was fighting against them? (14:25)

9. What happened to the Egyptian army? (14:26)

10. Have you ever been to an aquarium and walked though a glass tunnel with fish all around you? How did it make you feel to be surrounded by water?

Application Sermon Questions

Lesson 14

Were you able to watch the entire lesson?

1. What stood between God’s people and the Egyptians? (Exodus 14:19-20)

2. What New Testament passage speaks of Israel being baptized? 

3. What was presented as the first parallel between Israel’s baptism and ours?

4. What was presented as the second parallel between Israel’s baptism and ours?

5. What was presented as the third parallel between Israel’s baptism and ours?

For additional ways to capitalize on the information in the chapter above, click the link below.

Home Church Worship Guide – Exodus 14

Reading Assignment


Within the following reading assignments, you will find a phrase-by-phrase study of the most famous homemaker in all of history – the Virtuous Woman from Proverbs 31. 

The Holy, Happy Homemaker #9 

Proverbs 31:12 (NKJV) “She does him good and not evil all the days of her life.” 

“She does him good and not evil” – When joined with the previous verse, this phrase obviously implies that the homemaker not only provides all things of real value, she also shelters her husband and home from all things evil. 

Once again, the word “valor” (verse 10) comes to mind. Home should be a safe place, a place of peace that is free from both physical and spiritual clutter. The psychological effect of clutter is stress. It is like a subconscious form of claustrophobia which robs a home of breathing room. 

Consider this important application: In a very real way, the holy, happy homemaker is a warrior, a spiritual sentry. Her role of guardian is nothing less than essential! 

Make It Real Assignment: Add the following words to your list of homemaker qualities, “I am a warrior!”