God’s Glory in Tough Places

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Groundwork: Turning the Soil of God’s Word

Groundwork is a 25-minute radio and podcast program using dialog and conversation to dig into tough issues from the Bible. Hosts Dave Bast and Scott Hoezee guide listeners in thoughtful, yet casual conversations, leading them to a practical understanding of God’s Word for today’s world.

Groundwork resumes a powerful series on the book of Exodus, focusing on the awesomeness of God’s glory. Grab your Bible, a comfortable seat, and a cup of something hot, and join these special teaching conversations about Exodus.

God’s Glory in Tough Places. Too often, we’re happy in the good time, but become profoundly unhappy the moment something goes wrong. In Exodus 16 & 17 we find the first of many times when the people of Israel turn against God to grumble and complain.

The Ten Commandments. It seems our culture is in chaos. Right and wrong is in the opinion of the beholder. We need today what Israel needed at Mt. Sinai: to hear both who God is and what He demands of us.

Idolatry and the Golden Calf. Is the sin of idolatry something people typically actually choose to engage in or does idolatry just creep up on us? In Exodus 32 the people of Israel fall down in false worship before a golden statue. How is this story instructive for our live today?

The Glory of the Lord. What if you had a chance to see God? Would you grab it? No human being can actually see God. What did Moses really mean, and what happened, when he asked to see God’s glory? 

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