Summary of Exodus 32. Moses delayed coming down from the mountain, and the people asked Aaron to make them gods. The people brought Aaron their golden earrings and Aaron made a molten calf. The next day they offered burnt offerings and feasted. God was angry and Moses pleaded with God to turn away from his fiery wrath.
BLAMING OTHERS AS AN EXCUSE FOR DENYING GOD
Exodus 35:21. A spiritual revival starts when God touches a community of the faithful. This collective encounter with God usually comes through a messenger of God who pierces and convicts their hearts with the word of God. The congregation is revived with a renewed desire to grow closer to God and to demonstrate their love of God.
Summary of Exodus 22. If a man steals, he should restore multiples of whatever he stole. If a person borrows and what he borrows is destroyed, he should restore it. If a man lies with a maid, he should marry her. He who sacrifices to another god shall be destroyed. Do not vex, oppress, or afflict others. God will be angry if this does happen. Do not lend money with interest to the poor.
Summary of Exodus 4. Moses continues his encounter with God at the burning bush. He told God that the people would not believe that God had appeared to him. God gave Moses a rod that had power to turn into a serpent and then back into a rod. God then showed him power to make Moses' hand leprous and then heal it.
Summary of Exodus 3. Moses tended the flocks of Jethro and led the flock to the mountain of God. The angel of Lord appeared to him in a flaming bush. God called Moses from the bush. God told him that he was standing on holy ground. God told him that he had seen the affliction of his people and he has come down to deliver them from the Egyptians.
Bible Summary. As many us do, Moses had many excuses before God on why he could not fulfill his calling. First, Moses' response to his calling was to say, “Who am I”. Second, Moses pleaded lack of knowledge in that he did not even know God’s name and what to tell the Israelites.
Summary of Exodus 20. God speaks to Moses on the mountain. God reveals to Moses the ten commandments. While this was happening the people at the base of the mountain saw smoke and lightening as well as heard trumpets. The people were scared. Moses came to talk to them. He told them to not fear and not to sin. Moses drew near to God in the darkness.
Exodus 32:23. Whenever we stray from God's purpose in our lives, most of us can come up with a good excuse to justify our actions. The number one excuse is for us to blame it on other people. This is what Aaron did in the Bible when he was confronted by Moses concerning the Golden Calf. Moses questioned Aaron on why he had led the Israelites into sin with the worship of the Golden Calf.
Exodus 15:26. Exodus 15:26, says "And said, If thou wilt diligently hearken to the voice of the LORD thy God, and wilt do that which is right in his sight, and wilt give ear to his commandments, and keep all his statutes, I will put none of these diseases upon thee, which I have brought upon the Egyptians: for I am the LORD that healeth thee".
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