Exodus 38

The greatest problem that confronts us is how do we approach God and find acceptance in God’s presence? Cain was cast from his presence and dwelt in the land of Nod, which means shaking or insecurity, and it is the same for all of us without a relationship with God....

Exodus 37

The Tribes of Israel were arranged around the ark of the Covenant (Illus. 1). The saying “ignorance is bliss” may be true in trivial matters but if it involves failing to ignore essential truth it can have grave consequences. This is the situation when...

Exodus 36

Exodus 36:1-2 How we spend our time is one of the most important decisions we can make. All kinds of things compete for our attention: family, work, friendships, entertainment, religious activities and a myriad of other things. Sadly, many of us spend time on things...

Exodus 35

Chapters 35-40 ends the story of God’s deliverance and redemption of God’s people. The focus is on the construction of the Tabernacle it may appear redundant since we covered it earlier in the instructions given to Moses in Chaps. 25-31. These chapters discus...

Exodus 34

Exodus 34:1-3. Moses’ intercession in the previous chapter moved God to renew His covenant with Israel. God ordered Moses to prepare two new stone tablets that He might once again write upon them the Ten Commandments. The tablets were complete copies of the Ten...