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Surely we could never overemphasize the primacy that God places on worship. Throughout the Bible, we find many instructions from the Lord regarding what constitutes the right way to worship Him. Moreover, some of the most striking judgments of God in history have been on those who have worshiped Him improperly. We need only think of Nadab and Abihu, for example, the sons of Aaron who were struck dead for offering “strange fire” before the Lord (Lev. 10:1–3).

The book of Exodus describes what proper worship looked like under the old covenant. It does this by providing exact specifications for the old covenant tabernacle. This month we will continue to study these specifications as we move on to chapters 30–31. After our study of those chapters, we will look at the broader biblical teaching on worship as we base several days of studies on Dr. R.C. Sproul’s teaching series Worship.

This month we are also studying Exodus 32–33, which records one of the most significant failures in worship during the old covenant period. We will see how God’s response to the golden calf incident helps us understand His holiness and mercy.

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  • Psalm 150:6
  • Romans 12:1
  • Exodus 32:14
  • John 14:18

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