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 15

Were you able to watch the entire lesson?

1. What is the theme of Exodus 15?

2. Can you doodle the picture clue?

3. Besides the rider, what else did God throw into the sea? (15:1)

4. Can you quote the memory verse? 

5. What woman sang a song about the Lord’s triumph over the Egyptians? (15:20)

6. How many days did they go without finding water? (15:22)

7. Why was the place name Marah? (15:23)

8. What did Moses do to make the water sweet? (15:25)

9. How many springs of water did they find at Elim? (15:27)

10. How would it make you feel if you had gone 3 days without fresh water, then discovered 

water, but it tasted nasty?

Application Sermon Questions

Lesson 15

Were you able to watch the entire lesson?

1. What unique spiritual gift did Miriam have? (Exodus 15:20)

2. What three expressions of worship did Miriam and the other ladies give? (Exodus 15:20)

3. What was the name of the area of bitter water (Exodus 15:23)

4. What was necessary in order for the people to avoid the diseases God put on Egypt? (Exodus 15:26)

5. What were the three points of this lesson?

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

Home Church Worship Guide – Exodus 15

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 #10 

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

“All the days of her life.” – Notice the length of time to which she has committed herself to her husband. The holy, happy homemaker views her role as a lifelong purpose. 

Notice again the emphasis on the husband/wife relationship. Children are not even part of the context at this point. Homemaking is not just a role to be emphasized while children are at home. 

Consider this important application: 

In a world of disposable everything, it is essential that women count the cost before they commit. Yes, God has reluctantly permitted divorce in some situations, but divorce can often be avoided with a little forethought and training before the vows are said. Perhaps this is why Paul is so blunt when he tells older women to teach the younger women in Titus 2:3-5. 

Make It Real Assignment: Add the following words to your list of homemaker qualities, “I am in it for life!”