Exodus Chapter 34 Discussion

  • Tommy davis on Exodus 34
    God has been good to me
  • Doris Alexander on Exodus 34:28
    what are the ten commandments
  • Chris - in Reply on Exodus 34:28
    Doris, the Ten Commandments are the Commandments that God gave to His people the children of Israel via His servant Moses at Mt. Sinai. The Ten Commandments can be seen in Exodus chapter 20 were the initial laws regarding their worship of God & treatment of the fellow man. After this, many more laws were given in Exodus & Leviticus that expanded on these laws as well as ceremonial laws for their worship in the Tabernacle.

    These laws were only given to Israel - the heathen nations didn't receive it: they had their own laws which no doubt included all forms of idolatry. But the Law to Israel was only temporal (a shadow of the Perfect Law to come) & so by strict adherence to it plus all the sacrifices they had to make, their sins were only covered year by year by the High Priest's intercession, but never removed. It was only when God's Son, Jesus Christ, the fulfilment of all of God's Laws came to give His Life for all of us, that we who have faith in that complete Work at the Cross, can truly be forgiven. Jesus, the sinless One, became our sacrificial Lamb whereas the lamb from the pasture was just a weak, temporal sacrifice done by Israel according to the law. So both Jew & Gentile now need to respond to Jesus to be saved from sin.
  • Murray Dale Savage - in Reply on Exodus 34:28
    Chris and once you accept the Lord Jesus Christ you become one of His people. That is only an excuse for people to sin all week and ask for forgiveness on Sunday.
  • Stanjett on Exodus 34
    For thou shalt worship no other god: for the LORD, whose name is Jealous, is a jealous God: God has many names. Here's another.
  • Will on Exodus 34
    Ex.34:14 god is speaking. he plainly says that his "name" is "jealous". elsewhere he says his name is "jehovah". all emphasize on one name and not the other. these same people have abandoned the sabbath in favor of sunday worship. may god have mercy on their souls.
  • Frank - in Reply on Exodus 34
    Lots of you keep wanting to call God this name or that name, its plain as day to me that he has other names . As for me I'll call Him God or Father.
  • Zakhar - in Reply on Exodus 34
    Plagues come to christian lands because they don't profess to be jews - which is what they are, even the devil considers Christians as Jews. This is further reinforced in John 4:22 if christian lands want to heal they should understand this very important verse.
  • BSP on Exodus 34
    Verse 14~Jehovah God is alone the one we should worship and give exclusive devotion to.
  • A disciple on Exodus 34
    "And the LORD said unto Moses, Write thou these words: for after the tenor (general character/nature) of these words I have made a covenant with thee and with Israel." The New Covenant makes the first Covenant complete as it is the making of a new creation with the Laws written on the inward parts and heart of men after the character and nature of that which first proceeded from the mouth of God.
  • BSP on Exodus 34
    Verse 1: The commandments that Jehovah God had given Moses were so important to him that he made sure that they were written down again.
  • Phyllis Johnson on Exodus 34
    All the comments about our Great Lord
  • Martin Luther Locklear on Exodus 34
    On the subject of Christ being tempted as we are , the difference is we are compelled by our sin nature i.e. inclined by that nature to follow it's lustful desire where as there was nothing in him for Satan to draw from. On one occasion Jesus warned his disciples, saying Satan cometh but he hath no thing in me.
  • Gordo on Exodus 34
    You do realize that if you believe in the divinity of Christ then there is no possible way of him being tempted by anything since he is God.
  • Stanjett - in Reply on Exodus 34
    Jesus was tempted. You and I are tempted. Jesus did not give in to the temptation. We shouldn't either.
  • Ken on Exodus 34
    Bruce your are dead on with your comment. We are created in the image and likeness of God. If we have emotion, He had it first. Likewise Christ while here on earth was in all points tempted like we are. With that in mind we can 't shake our fist at Him and say you don 't know what I 'm going through. Yeah He does, He went through it first.
  • Bruce on Exodus 34
    What makes someone think that jealousy or any other emotion is a human emotion. Did Gods anger not wax hot? We were made in Gods image not the other way around.
  • Brenda Romine on Exodus 34
    Moses received more than the ten commandments from God on Mt. Sinai. He was also given the judgments and the instructions for the priesthood. This was the complete covenant given to the Israelites that was contained in the writing of God on the tablets. Vs. 1 God said he would write the words that were in the first tables on the new tables which Moses was to make see previous chapter .

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  • Martha on Exodus 34
    Herman Gaston...Hebrews 12 And he said, Hear now my words If there be a prophet among you, I the Lord will make myself known unto him in a vision, and will speak unto him in a dream. 7 My servant Moses is not so, who is faithful in all mine house. 8 With him will I speak mouth to mouth, even apparently, and not in dark speeches and the similitude of the Lord shall he behold wherefore then were ye not afraid to speak against my servant Moses?
  • Herman Gaston on Exodus 34:29
    Did Moses look at God face to face?
  • Charles yarborugh on Exodus 34
    moses face shown after seein the father. in 2 corinthians 3 it says that the glory of moses 's face, that the isralites ran away from has no glory in comparison with the glory of someones face who is in the new covenant. since we have such a hope we are very bold, yet careful to do whats right in the eyes of everyone. because all can see that surpassing glory obviously
  • Kemtesh on Exodus 34
    This is where Moses received the tablet of the ten commandment it states what Yahweh outlined for his people. This is the ten commandment
  • Janice on Exodus 34
    As Moses was in the Mount for 40 days without food and water so was Jesus Just as Moses received the instructions to lead the people well so did Jesus in preparing for the road to free his people from their sins Awesome
  • Oluwakemi on Exodus 34:35
    Moses sought the face of God
  • LIL YOUNG on Exodus 34:14
    why god is jealous?
  • Nelson on Exodus 34:20
    We must be ready to help other people both in chrch and our entire sociaty so that God can give us his blessings be bleest
  • Nancy on Exodus 34
    Go ahead and take my question off about the sabbath
  • Nancy on Exodus 34
    If Sunday is the first day of the week, Then Saturday is the seventh day. Where in the Bible does it say Sunday is the first day of the week. If Saturday is the seventh day we all sin.
  • Lorral Weaver on Exodus 34
    Tenor means: In accordance with. In accordance with the covenant that God made to Israel. I hope this helps, if not I'll try to clarify it some more.

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