Jon:    That's weird. Okay, we're going to start a new series in Exodus 34. And that has become the typical way that that word is used now. Jon:    "Therefore in order to prevent this I fled to Tarshish, for I knew that you are a gracious and compassionate God, slow to anger and abundant in loyal love, and one who relents concerning ra, concerning...". April 27, 2013 ; RH ; For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life. In this first episode of a new series, Tim, Jon, and Carissa look at the most referenced passages in the Old Testament—a description of God’s character by God himself. That is up on YouTube channel. Because when you have a righteous intercessor, God listens. But that's interesting to think about it from that angle, Jon, where from a modern communication standpoint, you end with the thing that you really want to make sure they take away for long term. The Lord is slow to anger and great in power, We've talked about this before. You'll die in the wilderness, and your kids will be the ones who get to go in.". Jon:    Well, yeah. Moses says, "So forgive the guilty.". Jon:    Cool. Here we go. But verse 7 is just as important of a statement about God's character. But I’ll bet you can’t guess which verse would come second. This is in the book of Deuteronomy 5. Do you guys resonate with that? https://www.ranker.com/list/most-quotable-bible-verses/ranker-bible So there's justice for when you do wrong. We make free resources that help you experience the Bible as a unified story that leads to Jesus and we're so grateful to be able to work on this project and so grateful for you who make it possible. In Deuteronomy 5, He says, "I'm a passionate God?". What you're not told in that little kind of recap there is, "well, did the children do?" Tim:    What's valuable about these, at least 27, but I know there's some more reuses of these verses is you get to actually see how the biblical authors themselves understood it. in all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make your paths straight. 1hr, –  Carissa:    Like there is nothing that Jonah could do to stop this consistency of God. There's all the symmetry. Tim:    Correct. Tim:    Yeah, I agree. The story of Jonah is taking place when Nineveh is at its peak in its heyday, as the capital of Assyrian Empire. Tim:    Correct. For many of us—I feel it too—we start to get a little uncomfortable. You guys know the story. And God will do that. But you only get there when you appreciate all that literary design. He says, "This is why I didn't want to go to the city of Nineveh because I know you have the soft spot for people, no matter who they are to turn to you, and you always forgive them.". Who does God say he is? QUOTE. This is also for your kids and your kids' kids. Inspirational Bible Verses - Scriptures to Inspire Your Heart and Soul! You know what I mean? Because I take that for granted maybe. Numbers 14:17-19 God’s covenant promise is ongoing; God is making a promise about the stability of his character toward all generations. You know how John 3:16, “For God so loved the world that he gave his only son…” is the most quotable verse in the New Testament? (00:07:00). The Most Quoted Verse in the Bible - Character of God E1 By BibleProject. This is what bothered you, Jon? (00:37:00) It's about what I deserve and what I want. Divine anger is really important that we get our understanding of divine anger. Carissa:    This one is also quoting directly from Exodus 20, the Ten Commandments. Tim:    Yeah, by repeating the divine name twice. I think those are significant takeaways. And then the quotation. But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness. I understand why you'd move away from jealousy. But I think it at least does a better job than jealousy because it will raise the question of like, "What does that mean?" Carissa has been part of our team for a while now. In Numbers 5, it says, "If a spirit of kanna comes over him..." So it's passion for his covenantal partner, his wife. You can find it on our websites under the "Resource" tab. Where envy is when you want something that you don't have. Or third. We're going to get married. Which is intense. I'll let you read it. The feeling inside of me is a kind of protective jealousy I think of like, "Oh, no, dude. The very next thing that is going to happen in the narrative, in Exodus 32:1 is where the story picks up. Who does God say he is? Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things. You know, how John 3:16, "For God so loved that He gave His one only Son" is like the most quotable verse, at least in American Christianity, some forms, it says if these two verses Exodus 34:6-7 were the John 3:16 of ancient Israel. Valley Grove is located at 9000 Sevierville Pike, Knoxville, TN 37920. In future conversations, the group will unpack the elements of God’s character, including his anger. Tim:    For sure. That's a pretty intense. What are the most quoted passages of the Bible? Biblical authors love to quote each other and to adapt these quotes into new contacts, building on them, and giving them continued life. The most quoted verse in the Bible also speaks of the greatest good, the greatest action, the greatest need, the greatest example, the greatest sacrifice, the greatest invitation, the greatest response, the greatest horror and the greatest gift the world has ever seen. Tim:    The first time that it gets requoted in the book of Numbers 14. Tim:    That's great. And what should come is "in loyal love." He prayed to the LORD and said, 'Please LORD, was not this what I said while I was still in my own country? You know how John 3:16, “For God so loved the world that he gave his only son…” is the most quotable verse in the New Testament? Yeah. Tim:    So for me, this has forced me to go back in and really understand divine anger in context, which is why we're going to dedicate a whole video to it. Carissa:    I was thinking about this. Jon:    I agree. Deuteronomy 5:9-10 Oh, but he's loving." 56m, –  And it's awesome. It'll be interesting. It was gnarly. The favorite verse of the Bible referenced in the public sphere is Matthew 7:1, "Judge not, lest you be judged." Tim:    Correct. We're discussing the character of God. I know in the Christian tradition, different strands of the tradition—I don't know in Judaism—but the idea of a generational curse, where there can be some kind of divine judgment that lingers over a family so the bad stuff happens to them for generations and so on. So the ten rebel spies get the whole people into a riot, and the people want to actually appoint a new leader, and go back to Egypt. (00:39:00) And so we have to deal with that.". Jon:    Thanks for listening to this episode of the BibleProject podcast. #2 Matthew 6:33. I think it was a theology class. Carissa:    He is, but it also takes him...with Moses, it's not until the fifth time that Moses resists and that He gets angry. We see them as these two parts of God's character that we perceive somehow in tension with one another. Essentially he's asking God to be consistent by changing His decision to destroy the people and to forgive them. In this first episode of a new series, Tim, Jon, and Carissa look at the most referenced passages in the Old Testament—a description of God’s character by God himself. Does such a book exist? But then when it says, (00:15:01) "...to the sons and their sons to third and fourth generation," on a plain reading, that just looks like God's holding a grudge. Here is a list of the 5 most misused and abused Bible verses: 1. Let's look at how it gets used in the Prophets. (00:40:00) Just you say jealous to mean desire and need to have something that you don't have. (00:23:00) Because he knows that at his core, that verse 6 describes some kind of baseline. So big picture, we're going to do five-word studies that are all come from one verse (00:06:00) in the book of Exodus, Exodus 34:6. But I think what's interesting about this statement is that the scales are tipped toward grace and compassion, which I don't think means more people are doing good. But it's just interesting to pay attention to. KEY TAKEAWAYS He's talking about don't have any other gods before me. And if you know key covenant passages in the Torah, like Leviticus 26 or Deuteronomy 28, you know those things are a result of God removing his kind of protective hand a blessing on Israel as a result of Covenant violation. So we're talking about Exodus 34, and Tim and I are writing videos on some of the words used to describe God there. But then there have been other times where one of my sons has come home from a couple hours at a friend's house, just the vibe he's giving off, and the words he's using, and it's like I realize like, "Oh, he was exposed to a different value system just now, and he's treating his brother a lot more poorly now." 57m, –  No wonder it's requoted so much by biblical authors in different ways. Let's go to another Moses' one. Tim:    Because then you got the goodies, all the God's goodies (00:10:00) before that point. It also kind of makes me wonder about the Exodus passage, if that not clearing the guilty. Carissa:    Okay, starting in verse 17. Jon:    Where they're saying, "We're not going to go to where God wants us to go.". Tim:    Yes. Jon:    Today's episode was produced by Dan Gummel, our theme music comes from the band Tents, and our show notes are produced by Camden McAfee. But why the word passion? And then that's what's getting recorded here. Jon reflects that the first half of this description is wonderful, but the second half seems to take a turn and depict God as vengeful. Tim says there are two key differences in this description that are not found in Exodus 34. Tim:    Yeah, it's good. But his takeaway, even after quoting that God won't clear the guilty and visit iniquity of fathers on the children, his takeaway is "so forgive the people." The most popular Bible verses from Numbers Found 1,288 Verses Numbers 1:2 Bible Rank: 801 "Take a census of the whole Israelite community by their clans and families, listing every man by name, one by one." Our overview video on these two verses is already completed, and it's up on our website, and on our YouTube channel. It's not about me as such. Anyway. Tim:    Totally. You know, God's reached the limit of His patience. This is from Jonah chapter 4. I don't know. So in the book of Deuteronomy, Moses is now readdressing, this new generation before they go into the land. Jon:    In Exodus, this is Yahweh Himself saying this about himself. Tim:    Man. Tim points out an interesting counterexample in Jeremiah, where God tells Jeremiah not to pray for Israel. So what Moses says, what he responds is these verses in Numbers 14:17. Carissa:    Sure. Jesus used the psalmists’ words when… He was asked for a sign to show who He is (Ps 78:24, John 6:32-33) What is your most favorite Bible verse? What's interesting about that is to say that He's great in loyal love, that's a covenant term. So 10 of the spies give a report that "hey, the promised land, it's awesome. Jon:    Yeah. The narrative (00:45:00) doesn't say it, but the implication is because God was gracious and compassionate with him. Well, you can probably guess. And so I'm jealous. I guess the balancing act is more important than the final word. It's actually Moses is the one who requests them. Carissa:    Yeah, there's the clarification of the disposition of the people. And then there's a locust swarm. Tim:    We'll come back to that literary design of these couple verses. But seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness, and all these things will be added to you. If I have bad crops, or all my chickens die in a plague, (00:34:00) which God is punishing me, and for what reason? It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. It starts with "You shall not worship other gods or serve them." These were the five additional verses everyone told us we must include in this article! A lot of the quotations you have here just quote from the first half. The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy; I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full. In 2017, the three most popular verses on the site are: And if they do evil, then I'll bring calamity on them. When it comes to looking up for Bible verses on the web, nothing beats Bible Gateway. Now return to the Lord your God, So he goes up, and the whole thing is, the people just said, "We'll accept these vows. Jon:    That he will not clear the guilty. Jesus answered, “I am the way and the truth and the life. In this first episode of a new series, Tim, Jon, and Carissa look at the most referenced passages in the Old Testament—a description of God’s character by God himself. ", Tim:    He's angry that God is this way towards other people that he doesn't like. The Most Quoted Verse in the Bible - Character of God E1. Reply. So God tells him not to pray on behalf of the people. Jon:    The most quoted verse by biblical authors in the Bible is Exodus 34:6-7. Tim:    Mm hmm. This actually a famous first. Eric takes the reader through 17 often misquoted verses and helps us see their proper meaning and application. In Deuteronomy 5, Moses is retelling to the children of the people who rebelled in the wilderness. So I think I come to a verse and I just take that for granted. From Conservapedia. There's detailed notes adapted from Tim's original notes that we curated, and it's a wonderful resource. Carissa, was he still working there when you had classes with him? Like, "He must be raised in my home and have my values." When an appeal to God’s mercy is made, God almost always responds with mercy. And like it's like a consistent thing you can depend on with God. The book would have listed in it the top 100 most often memorized or quoted verses in the Bible. So those are the kind of two main takeaways. The LORD takes vengeance on His adversaries, And He reserves wrath for His enemies. (00:51:00) I don't have to wonder. And then he condenses Exodus 34:7. There's some little neighborhood buddy friends that are awesome. Tim:    Yeah, it is. It reads, "Yahweh, Yahweh, compassionate and gracious, slow to anger, abounding in loyal love and faithfulness; maintaining love for thousands, forgiving wickedness, rebellion, and sin; yet, he does not leave the guilty and punished, he punishes the children and their children for the sins of their parents to the third and fourth generation.". Another striking example comes up in the book of Jonah after the prophet preaches to Nineveh and the whole city turns to God. Tim:    Yeah. Tim:    Yeah, totally. Therefore in order to forestall this I fled to Tarshish, for I knew that you are a gracious and compassionate God, slow to anger and abundant in loyal love, and one who relents concerning evil.”. So the whole ancient world was rejoicing when Nineveh fell to the Babylonians. When you're writing something out...and when I think of writing a memorable paragraph, I'm going to end with the thing that I want the listener to really go away with. Tim:    Say the right prayers. And during that conversation, we will talk about the idea of God being angry. Popular Bible Verses. What is this deal with punishing grandkids for...?" Tim:    I think that's what it means. The tension comes with how does God relate to people who constantly fail as His partners. A passage can be a single verse or group of verses or an entire chapter that tells a particular story or message. And it's in the symmetry, that I'm supposed to kind of walk away with appreciating the tension, but also appreciating how much more highlighted God's attributes of faithfulness and slow to anger and gracious, how much more these good attributes, what we would call good attributes are supposed to stick with us in terms of being more important, even though there is attention. Carissa:    It means God just chooses to be gracious above and beyond what people deserve, which I guess is the meaning of grace in the first place. Right? That's what you would want in any friend. Exodus 34:6-7 And then developing the curriculum for Classroom where we're starting to provide free online classes for all of you. Tim says the entire context of Exodus 34:6-7 would have been assuring to the people of Israel, who lived in a world where gods were perceived as unpredictable. And not only will he not clear the guilty, but generations to come. But I think this seems like a whole heart thing about which God you worship. The Most Famous Verse in the Bible. The most quoted verse is the second greatest commandment: “You shall love your neighbor as yourself.” Perhaps this verse ought to be on our hearts and minds more often. Carissa:    But sometimes they only quote part of it, or maybe the words in a different order. Carissa:    I think what's harder for us in our modern context, is the responsiveness of God. The first three, like mercy and compassion, make our hearts warm and fuzzy. It's hard to tell. And I'm so stoked to take one of my kids over to play at someone's house for an afternoon. You and Tristen? Look at the grapes. So there's not some unpredictability to Him. (00:44:00) "But it greatly displeased Jonah and he became angry. So I have Gerry to thanks for putting me on to this. With this huge number, it just goes to show how well-loved and heartwarming this Bible verse is. Tim says it's better to understand the passage as striking a balance. And for us, we hear those as somehow they're in conflict or intention. And then it became a mixed bag. (00:54:00) And it's where everything starts to go terribly, terribly wrong. (00:22:00) Now, this is the...hold on. I'm a Bible scholar and educator. The first verse is really wonderful. "The LORD is slow to anger and great in power, and the LORD will by no means leave the guilty unpunished. Compassionate and gracious, slow to anger, abundant in loyal love and faithfulness. Tim:    Here, let me show you guys a couple of other times that these verses get requoted. There's not for the most part. Therefore in order to forestall this...'" Is this your translation? I don't know. So Deuteronomy 5 actually it's a re-quotation of the Ten Commandments. Or if you are building a Bible study, or if you're building a curriculum, I highly recommend checking out these notes. Jon:    I'm John Collins. Go check it out. Do you notice there's also (00:28:00) two small differences to each of these lines that's not president in Exodus 34? So I don't know if this makes you squirm. Share Tim:    No, this is New American Standard, I think. 100 Most Popular Bible Verses. 1. It's interesting. Tim:    So Exodus 24 ends with Moses going up the mountain to kind of seal the deal to tell God, like, "Yeah, the people are going to do it, we're going to do this, we're going to be your covenant people." These are the most read and most quoted Bible verses, ranked by spiritual readers and devoted Christians. — John 3:16 (NIV) If we ever memorize a verse of Scripture, it will most likely be John 3:16. It's the same idea. 58m, –  Is there any time in the Hebrew Bible where someone intercedes or asks God for something and He doesn't respond with compassion or mercy or lovingkindness? Carissa:    Yeah, that's the challenging part. Jon:    Yes. No one comes to the Father except through me. 1hr 3m, –  Then what God is doing in Exodus 34 is picking that up and developing it. Jon:    Did he not just listen to his own statement? Bill O'Reilly quoted it on Fox News; Don Lemon quoted it on CNN. There's judgment and accountability. So I'm doing some of that. One of you should read it. It's really cool stuff. Angry authority figures and violence, this is a huge theme in our culture, I think especially in my generation, our generation, and maybe the one before because there's been such. You hate me, and you do evil, then I'm going to have to hold you accountable to that. 10 Most Quoted Verses. “I can do all things through him who strengthens me.” – Philippians 4:13 A jealous and avenging God is the Lord; This is sarcastic. This is what He calls the people to do in response. He's going to be exposed to something that's going to, I think, chip away his character, and actually make him a less generous person." Jon:    Cool. #19 of 21 The Most Helpful Bible Verses#11 of 20 The Best Bible Verses About Strength. Because what he sees that locusts plague and a famine and he thinks this is all a result of covenant rebellion. Watch and Explore over 150 BibleProject videos. Tim:    So kanna is a covenant term and it has to do with the passion that arises within you when you see somebody that you're covenantly connected to giving their allegiance and their well-being over to someone who will hurt them. NIV. But of course, what was it that moved God to have the fish vomit him out so that he would live and not die? God can take care of giants. They don't say that. Below is a list of the seven most popular verses in the Bible.… The Bible's most misinterpreted, misused and misunderstood scripture verse is once again in the forefront of our public discourse. #3 Jeremiah 29:11 Here on the podcast, of course, is Tim. He wants to punish kids for the sins of their fathers? Joel 2:13 Just like it did with you. That's a great observation. Tim:    Yeah, that's right. Sheila on January 10, 2012 at 12:12 pm . In other words, he condenses the first half, Exodus 34:6, and he just quotes two out of the five. Especially because there's something about our cultural context. But there are two verses in the Hebrew Scriptures that get quoted and adapted more than any other. Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit. There are many important Bible passages that are frequently quoted, including many verses in the Book of Genesis, which describes God's creation of the world. And what we found (00:14:00) was this tension—this is what you were feeling, Jon—of like, what is God like if I just look at this first description of God in the Bible? So first, however, I think it's good to just sample this. So we'll put the rest of these scripture references that requotes Exodus 3:6-7 from the show notes, if you want to geek out further. Actually, I am only guessing that this is the most famous verse in the Bible. That I'm jealous for this, meaning I'm passionate to see... Jon:    Yeah. One of the important other times kanna is used is that of a husband and a wife, where a husband hears or is suspicious that his wife is sleeping with another man. He's done it before." This collection of Bible verses will inspire and lift your spirits as you seek a joy-filled life in God. Tim:    In Jonah? 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