Exodus 25-40 God’s instructions about the Tabernacle reveal that God desires to dwell with his people, but that their worship must be offered appropriately. When concern for the glory of God is replaced with comfort or novelty, our worship becomes tainted and idolatrous.
Exodus 3-15 As we explore the calling of Moses, the ten plagues, and the exodus event, we are shown God’s special care for his people, his power to accomplish his will, and the means by which he will bring it about.
Exodus is an exciting story of Israel’s deliverance from captivity and cruel oppression. But the story is not simply about Israel, or even Moses – God’s faithfulness and sovereignty, and especially his glory, are the central actors in this epic narrative.
John 11:1-44 Jesus’ miracles are meant to reveal to us the glory of God and the glory of Christ. The raising of Lazarus reveals God’s glory in three ways: in the delayed relief of human suffering, in the promise of new life, and in the ultimate revelation of Christ in the gospel.
Part 1 of a 5 part series entitled Resolved, which explores the worthy purposes of the Christian life and foster a commitment and faithfulness to the pursuit of the Glory of God.