FITC41 | How God Relates To Us Through His Covenant
What does it mean to have a relationship with Jesus? Evangelical Christians use the word “relationship” to describe the connection between God and man. But the word relationship is not found in the Bible. Instead, we find the word covenant is used to show how God relates to us. So in this message today, we are looking at what God’s words that he used to describe himself teaches us on how he relates to us.
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Sermon Topic: God’s Covenant With Us
Original Sermon Date: March 5, 2017
Current Sermon Series: Living The Kingdom Life
Sermon Text: Exodus 34:6-7
Key Notes to Remember
When God spoke to Moses on the mountain, he used the words “love and faithfulness” to describe himself.
In the ESV (English Standard Version) these words appear as “steadfast love” and faithfulness. See Psalms 117.
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