1Now these are the names of the children of Israel, which came into Egypt; every man and his household came with Jacob.Next Verse 2
The Book of Exodus or, simply, Exodus (from Ancient Greek: éxodos, meaning "going out"; Hebrew: "Names", the second word of the beginning of the text: "These are the names of the sons of Israel", is the second book of the Torah and the Hebrew Bible (the Old Testament).
There is no unanimous agreement among scholars on the structure of Exodus. One strong possibility is that it is a diptych (i.e., divided into two parts), with the division between parts 1 and 2 at the crossing of the Red Sea or at the beginning of the theophany (appearance of God) in chapter 19. On this plan, the first part tells of God's rescue of his people from Egypt and their journey under his care to Sinai (chapters 1–19) and the second tells of the covenant between them (chapters 20–40).
O Beloved God, Salutations and Greetings!
I approach you as your child and your own creation.
With a pure heart I ask for your divine grace.
Please shower on me abundance of money from your infinite source on a regular basis.
Your ways are innumerable and methods beyond my comprehension. Hence it is best that I leave to you the timings and sources through which you send the money and riches.
Whatever you do I trust that it is for my highest good.
With full faith in you and your miraculous ways, I open my body, mind and soul to receiving your gift of financial wealth and riches.
I pledge to use the money for my good and good of others.
God’s will be done! Thank You