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A Weighty Knowledge (Exodus 33:18-23)

Exodus 33 is a wonderful portion of Scripture which, points us to the gracious and glorious gospel of God. We have seen this in many ways, especially in the typological picture of Moses as the mediator of the people. This, of course, points us to the greater Moses,...

Gospel-Driven Knowledge (Exodus 33:12-17)

We have spent a lot time studying the book of Exodus. Some may question the wisdom of spending years exploring an Old Testament book. After all, we live in the new covenant era and so it may seem that to study Exodus is actually counterproductive; it may seem like a...

Knowing God (Exodus 33:1-11)

One idea that is rather popular in the church today is that we are all on a “journey” and that the thrill is in the journey itself. The Bible presents another worldview: The purpose of a journey is to get somewhere. The purpose of a journey is to reach a...

It’s Not About You (Exodus 32:25)

In his insightful little book, On being a Servant of God, Warren Wiersbe relates the following little vignette. John Rutter is one of my favourite musicians. . . . My wife and I attended [one of his concerts] at which the noted composer/conductor did a strange thing....

Be Thou My Vision (Exodus 32:25)

In his excellent book, The Knowledge of the Holy, A. W. Tozer wrote, “A right conception of God is basic not only to systematic theology but to practical Christian living as well. It is to worship what the foundation is to the temple; where it is inadequate or out of...

Is There Any Hope? (Exodus 32:30-35)

By this point in our study of Exodus 32 you may feel battle weary from our intense confrontation with the subject of idolatry. We have been reminded over and over that we daily struggle with the temptation to substitute all kinds of things for God. We feel the...