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“Who God Says He Is” (Exodus 34:6-8 sermon)

Years ago, in his book, The Knowledge of the Holy, A.W. Tozer wrote:  “What you think about when you think about God is the most important thing about you.” What do you think about when you think about God?  And … Continue reading

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“Our Gracious God” (Exodus 34:6-8)

     They should have been consumed by fire, every last one of them.  With their own eyes the people of Israel had just watched the Red Sea split in two, and had seen God gloriously save them from the Egyptian army in the … Continue reading

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