The God Who Restores
The God Who Restores
Exodus 33 - 34
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Sunday Morning Service,  May 20, 2007

Exodus 33 opens upon a broken and contrite people who have experienced the chastisement of God for their sin. The close relationship with God they had anticipated in the covenant was now seriously threatened. But God, in grace and compassion, extends to them forgiveness, restoring them to fellowship. As restored people, they experience at least three magnificent blessings that God's people enjoy when they are brought back into fellowship with Him.

Other Lessons by Greg Stiekes

Evangelical Feminism and the Interpretation of Scripture
Biblical Gender Roles and the Rise of Feminism
The Holy Spirit and the Last Days – Part 2
The Holy Spirit and the Last Days – Part 1
The Hyperbolic Virtue of the Church
Stirring Up Spiritual Memory – Part 3

Other Lessons in Exodus

The Ten Commandments
New Covenant Giving - Part 2b: Old and New Covenant Giving
Exodus: A Book about Redemption - Part 3
Exodus: The Security of Redemption - Part 2
Exodus: A Book about Redemption - Part 1
The God of Glory