Compassionate and Gracious

Exodus 34:6-9

October 24, 2021 • Jason McNutt

Due to a recording problem, we're missing a short part of the sermon which set context. We're in Exodus where the Lord is responding to Moses right after Israel had abandoned God to worship the golden calf. (Exodus 32). We pick up where Jason is teaching on the Lord's response (Exodus 33) which is most remarkable, given this context.

Understanding how God describes Himself is fundamental to understanding His desire for
us as His image-bearers (Genesis 1:27). We do not have to guess about who He is because He tells
us. He is compassionate, gracious, slow to anger and steadfast.

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