Exodus 1:7 "children of Israel were fruitful, and increased abundantly, and multiplied, and waxed exceeding mighty; and the land was filled with them" Only collection of these verbs of magnitude.

Exodus 2:11 "came to pass in those days" First occ. Also in Jud 19:1, 1Sa 28:1,
Mrk 1:9, Luk 2:1;6:12, Act 9:37.

Exodus 2:16 "priest of Midian" Descendent of Abraham.

Exodus 3:6 "God of thy father, the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob" First occurrence. Variations appear in 3:15, 3:16, 4:5. NT occurrences in Matthew 22:32, Mark 12:26, Luke 20:37, Acts 3:13, Acts 7:32.
"look upon God" First mention of looking at God, and Moses was "afraid". See Psalm 123:2.

Exodus 4:14 Fig. anthropopatheia First occurrence of "anger of the Lord." 34
occ. in the KJV, with "Lord's anger;" 15 of these with the word "kindled."
Usually about idolatry, and always directed towards Israel (except Jer 30:24
?), as a nation or individually.

Occurs in:
Exo 4:14
Num 11:10
Num 12:9
Num 25:3
Num 25:4
Num 32:10
Num 32:13
Num 32:14
Deu 6:15
Deu 7:4
Deu 29:20
Deu 29:27
Jos 23:16
Jud 2:14
Jud 2:20
Jud 10:7
Sam 6:7
Sam 24:1
2Ki 13:3
2Ki 24:20
1Ch 13:10
2CH 25:15
Isa 5:25
Jer 4:8
Jer 12:13
Jer 23:20
Jer 25:37
Jer 30:24
Jer 51:45
Jer 52:3
Lam 2:22
Lam 4:16
Zep 2:2 (2)

Exodus 4:22 In the Old Testament the "sons of God" refer to those whom God
legally transacted to adopt. Those people who believed were made God's
adopted sons. In the Old Testament Israel represented the believers' line,
the sons of God. The Israelites who believed God were adopted by Him and were set aside as a distinctive people. See Deu 14:1,2.

Exodus 6:2 "and God said" Second of three occurrences. See Genesis 8:15.

Exodus 12:5

"goats" East. The presence of the goats was to protect the sheep.

Exodus 12:6

Compare 1Cor 5:7.

Exodus 12:8

"bitter herbs"=margosa tree [Pillai #754]

Exodus 12:15

See Matt 26:19.

Exodus 13:4 "Abib" The name of the month Abib was changed to the month Nisan after the Babylonian captivity. Esther, which was
written after the Babylonian captivity, says, "In the first month, that is, the month of Nisan..."

Exodus 13:15 "land of Egypt" “I redeem” First of nine usages of “Egypt” and “redeem” in the same verse. Deu 7:8 9:26 13:5 15:15 24:18 2Sa 7:23 1Ch 1:21 Mic 6:4.

Exodus 15:26 "the Lord thy God" Heb. yhvh eloheyka Second occurrence. See Genesis 27:20.

Exodus 19:6 "kingdom of priests" Heb. mamleketh kohan Only here. Compare “royal priesthood” in 1Pet 2:9.
“holy nation” Heb. goi qadosh Only here. Compare 1Pet 2:9.

Exodus 20:1 "and God said" Third of three occurrences. See Genesis 8:15.

Exodus 20:2

Heb. yhwh = God in relation to His creation.
"the Lord thy God" Heb. yehvah eloheyka Third occurrence. See Genesis 27:20.

Exodus 20:3

First commandment akin to the last, because:"Mortify therefore your
members which are upon the earth ... and covetousness, which is idolatry."
[Col 3:5]

Exodus 20:7

“take the name of the Lord ... in vain” These words only here and Deu 5:11.
The words “take” and “vain” occur in Exo 23:1 (”raise a false report”) Psa 24:4 (“not lifted up his soul unto vanity”) Psa 139:20 (“thine enemies take thy name in vain”).

Third commandment akin to the eighth "Thou shalt not steal"
because of:
Pro 30: 9
Lest I be full, and deny [thee], and say, Who
[is] the Lord? or lest I be poor, and steal,
and take the name of my God [in] [vain].

Exodus 21:25

"burning" East. This was done in an attempt to cure possession.
[Pillai #754]

Exodus 22:18

East. Often these expressions of death or destruction imply
ostracization, social degradation, ruin. [Pillai #754]

Exodus 22:29

"liquors" East. Hebrew, "tears" [marginal note] This means no delay
in repenting of sin. [Pillai #731]

Exodus 23:19

"house of the Lord" First of 191 occurrences in KJV.

East. "thou shalt not seethe a kid in his mother's milk" Supposed
intoxicating effect from this combination. [Pillai #773]

Exodus 25:10

East. "shittim wood" "Shitta" wood in India. Grows in desolate places;
therefore, grown by God. A very sweet fruit, and symbolic of God's power and
glory, as in Isa 53:2.

Exodus 25:12

Heb. paamotiav "corners"=feet.

Exodus 25:30

"shewbread" Heb. lechem panim =bread of faces. First occ. in the OT.
Also in Ex 35:13 Ex 39:36 Nu 4:7 1Sa 21:6 1Ki 7:48 2Ch 4:19 (7 occ.)

Other phrases translated as “shewbread”:
Heb. lechem ma’areketh =bread of arrangement 1Ch 9:32 1Ch 23:29 1Ch 28:16
2Ch 13:11 2Ch 29:18 Ne 10:33
Heb. ma’areketh =arrangement 2Ch 2:4 (7 occ.)

Compare four occ. of “shewbread” in the NT.

“alway” Heb. tamid. First occ.

Exodus 28:2 "for glory and for beauty" Heb. lkabod vltiphareth Only here and 28:40.

Exodus 30:19 "The outward cleansing of the flesh by washing or baptism was to symbolize spiritual
cleanliness. Entrance into the tabernacle was conditioned by baptism which
meant the cleansing of the flesh at the laver by merely dipping to indicate
ceremonial washing or cleansing."

Exodus 33:14

Punctuate with a question.

Exodus 33:23

"back parts" Compare with "shade" of Psa 121:5.

Exodus 40:30

Note the two other washing places outside the holy place: 1) Here,
outside the tabernacle; 2) Solomon's temple 1KI 7:23,38,39; 3) temple of
Ezekiel, Eze 47.