More than anything, the book of Exodus is an encounter with the character of God. It is a celebration of God??s mercy, justice, holiness, and faithfulness despite the persistent unfaithfulness of his people. His sovereign intervention and covenantal love are seen in the deliverance of his chosen people from slavery in Egypt, the giving of the Law at Mount Sinai, and the construction of God??s dwelling place on earth??anticipating the greater glory to be revealed in the Redeemer to come. With an approach that is biblical, historical, theological, and practical, Philip Ryken walks us through the story of God??s mighty salvation from the birth of Moses to the day God came down and filled the tabernacle with his glory. This commentary shows us how Exodus was written for our spiritual benefit, giving us the hope of redemption accomplished in Jesus Christ.