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Moses’ Journeys on Mt Sinai

Exodus 19:3-6 - Ascent #1 — Proclamation of The Covenant

Exodus 19:7-8 - Descent

Exodus 19:8-13 - Ascent #2 — Preparation of The People

Exodus 19:14-19 - Descent

Exodus 19:20-24 - Ascent #3 — Setting of Bounds

Exodus 19:25 - Descent

Exodus 20:1 – 24:8 — GIVING OF THE LAW

 

Exodus 24:9 – 32:14 - Ascent #4 — The 1st Forty Days & 

The 1st Tables of Stone

Exodus 32:15-30 - Descent — Breaking of The Tables

Exodus 32:31-33 - Ascent #5 — Manifestation of Glory

Exodus 32:34 – 34:3 - Descent

Exodus 34:4-28 - Ascent #6 — The 2nd Forty Days & 

The 2nd Tables of Stone

Exodus 34:29 – 35:3 - Descent

Exodus 35:4 – 40:35 — DETAILS OF THE TABERNACLE

 

            From The Companion Bible, Marginal Note on Exodus 15:22, Page 94.

 

 



Exodus 34:7 – Other Translations

 

NEW INTERNATIONAL VERSION

Maintaining love to thousands, and forgiving wickedness, rebellion and sin. Yet he does not leave the guilty unpunished; he punishes the children and their children for the sin of the parents to the third and fourth generation.

 

AMPLIFIED BIBLE

Keeping mercy and lovingkindness for thousands, forgiving iniquity and transgression and sin; but He will by no means leave the guilty unpunished, visiting (avenging) the iniquity (sin, guilt) of the fathers upon the children and the grandchildren to the third and fourth generations [that is, calling the children to account for the sins of their fathers].

 

NEW AMERICAN STANDARD BIBLE

 Who keeps lovingkindness for thousands, Who forgives iniquity, transgression and sin; yet He will by no means leave the guilty unpunished, visiting the iniquity of fathers on the children and on the grandchildren to the third and fourth generations.




The Offerings

And the priest shall take of the blood of the sin offering with his finger, and put it upon the horns of the altar of burnt offering, and shall pour out all the blood thereof at the bottom of the altar:

And he shall take away all the fat thereof, as the fat of the lamb is taken away from the sacrifice of the peace offerings; and the priest shall burn them upon the altar, according to the offerings made by fire unto the Lord: and the priest shall make an atonement for his sin that he hath committed, and it shall be forgiven him.     LEVITICUS 4:35

 

And he shall bring a ram without blemish out of the flock, with thy estimation, for a trespass offering, unto the priest: and the priest shall make an atonement for him concerning his ignorance wherein he erred and wist it not, and it shall be forgiven him.

LEVITICUS 5:18

 



And these shall go away into [unto] everlasting punishment [kolasisNOUN: a pruning; a cutting off] but the righteous [the just] into life eternal.                          MATTHEW 25:46

 

Who shall be punished [dike NOUN: judgment = ‘shall have judgment’] with [omit] everlasting destruction from [away from] the presence of the Lord, and from [away from] the glory of his power.

II THESSALONIANS 1:9

 

The Lord knoweth how to deliver the godly out of temptations, and to reserve the unjust unto the day of judgment to be punished [kolazōVERB: pruned; cut off].     II PETER 2:9

 

 

Exodus 34:7 – Footnote

 

THE TREASURY

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CONSISTING OF

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ARRANGED IN CHAPTER AND VERSE TO SUIT ALL EDITIONS OF THE HOLY SCRIPTURES.

 

WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY 

  1. A. TORREY

FOURTEENTH EDITION

 

The treasury of Scripture Knowledge was, and still is, a Bible reference work first published around 1830, created by the London publisher Samuel Bagster (1772-1851).  It is a set of cross-references. That is, it consists entirely of a book-length listing of cross-references, showing only the chapter and verse citations with no accompanying text.  About the size of a complete Bible, the TSK is also organized like a Bible, beginning at Genesis and ending at Revelation. Each verse of the Bible is cross-referenced to several others to enable the reader to gain a true sense of each word and phrase as it is used in the Bible.

 

Exodus 34

1 Hew. See on ch. 31:18; 32:16, 19. De. 10:1. I will. ver. 28. De. 10:1-4. the words. Ps. 119:89. which. ch. 32:19. De. 9:15-17.

 

2 in the top. ch. 19:20, 24; 24:12, De. 9:25.

 

3 ch. 19:12, 13, 21. Le. 16:17. 1 Ti. 2:5. He. 12:20.

 

5 descended. ch. 19:18; 33:9. Nu. 11:17, 25, 1 Ki. 8:10-12. Lu. 9:34, 35. the name. ch. 33:19. Nu. 14:17. De. 32:3. Ps. 102:21. Pr. 18:10. Is. 1:10.

 

6 passed ch. 33:20-23. 1 Ki. 19:11. proclaimed. Nu. 14:17-19. Is. 12:4. The Lord. ch. 3:13-16. merciful. De. 5:10. 2 Ch. 30:9. Ne. 9:17. Ps. 86:5, 15; 103:8-13; 111:4; 112:4; 116:5; 145:8. Joel 2:13. Jon. 4:2. Ro. 2:4. abundant. Ps. 31:19. Mi. 7:18. Ro. 2:4; 5:20, 21. Ep. 1:7, 8. truth. Ps. 57:10; 91:4; 108:4; 111:8; 138:2; 146:6; La. 3:23. Mi. 7:20. Jno. 1:17.

 

7 Keeping. ch. 20:6. De. 5:10. Ne. 1:5; 9:32. Ps. 86:15. Je. 32:18. Da. 9:4. forgiving. Ps. 103:3; 130:4. Da. 9:9. Mi. 7:18 Mat. 6:14, 15; 12:31; 18:32-35. Lu. 7:42, 48. Ac. 5:31; 13:38. Ro. 4:7, 8. Ep. 1:7; 4:32. 1 Jno. 1:9.     

 that will by no means clear the guilty. The Hebrew nakkeh lo yenakkeh, has been rendered ‘Acquitting him who is not innocent.’ Nothing can more strongly express the goodness of God to frail mortals than his declaration, ‘which has been misunderstood and misinterpreted by all our translators,’ ch. 23:7, 21. Nu. 14:18-23. De. 32:35. Jos. 24:19. Job 10:14. Ps. 9:16, 17; 11:5, 6; 58:10, 11; 136:10, 15. Is. 45:21. Mi. 6:11. Na. 1:2, 3, 6. Ro. 2:4-9; 3:19-26; 9:22, 23. He. 12:29. Re. 20:15; 21:8. visiting. See on ch. 20:5, 6.

 

 

 

Psalm 86:15 – Five Ways of The Lord God

But Thou, O Lord God, are:

  1.           Full of Compassion, and
  2.           Gracious,
  3.           Longsuffering, and
  4.           Plenteous in Mercy and
  5.           Truth

 

  1. Full of Compassion = rachuwn – compassionate  

 

  • God is compassionate.  

 

  1. Gracious = channuwn – gracious

 

  • God is gracious.

 

  1. 3. Longsuffering = ’arek ’aph:      

’arek slow  

    ’aph – anger

 

  • God is slow to anger.     

 

  1. 4. Plenteous in Mercy = rab checed:    

      rab – much, abundant; great, strong

checed – mercy, lovingkindness

 

  • God is great in mercy.

 

  1. 5. (Plenteous in) Truth = ’emeth – truth, faithfulness, sureness

 

  • God is great in faithfulness.

 

                                    The Lord God is:

  1. Compassionate
  2. Gracious
  3. Slow to Anger
  4. Great in Mercy
  5. Great in Faithfulness