Yahweh tells Moses to bring the elders of Israel to meet him on Mount Sinai. Moses has the Israelites make offerings. Moses and Joshua go onto the mountain and stay 40 days and 40 nights.
Yahweh gives Moses the Ten Commandments. Yahweh warns against making idols and gives instructions for making altars.
The Israelites arrive at Mount Sinai. Yahweh gives Moses instructions for the Israelites to consecrate themselves and prepare for Yahweh to arrive. Yahweh arrives at the mountain.
Moses’ father-in-law Jethro visits the Israelite camp, He advises Moses to organize elders as judges over the Israelites to help him resolve their disputes. He returns home, leaving Moses’ wife and sons with him.
The Israelites camp at Rephidim and Yahweh provides them water. They are attacked by a local tribe and they win through Yahweh’s assistance.
The Israelites grumble that they have nothing to eat. Yahweh provides them quail at night and manna in the morning to make bread. As a test of their faith, Yahweh tells them to take only enough manna for one day; two days before the sabbath.
The Israelites sing a song praising Yahweh for deliverance from the Egyptians. They find bitter water in Marah. The find an oasis in Elim to set up camp.
Yahweh separates the Red Sea so that the Israelites can cross and escape the Egyptian army. The Egyptian Army is drowned when they follow them. This miracle convinces the Israelites to put their trust in Yahweh and Moses.
Yahweh tells the Israelites to consecrate their firstborn sons and livestock and celebrate a festival to commemorate their deliverance from Egypt. The Israelites take a circuitous route to draw Pharaoh’s army after them.
Yahweh gives instructions to Moses and Aaron for the Israelites to prepare a meal and mark their houses with blood. He kills all the firstborn humans and livestock in Egypt, passing over the homes marked with blood. The Israelites prepare to leave Egypt, collecting gold, silver and clothing from their neighbors and preparing unleavened dough. Yahweh gives instructions to for future generations to celebrate this festival in remembrance.