The Anger of God
The Anger of God
Exodus 4:10-17; 32:7-10
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Sunday Morning Service,  July 30, 2006

The anger of God, which Moses unwittingly provokes at the burning bush, becomes a recurring feature of God's relationship with His people, Israel. Unlike most human anger, however, God's anger is the righteous response toward sin, teaching us what is important to Him. It is wise for us to ask the question, "What makes God angry?" There are two categories of sinful behavior which seem to move the LORD especially to anger.

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