In part four (40:50–end), Tim brings up the prophet Joel, who describes the consequences of Israel’s sins and implores them to come back to God. in all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make your paths straight. Therefore, I urge you, brothers, in view of God’s mercy, to offer your bodies as living sacrifices, holy and pleasing to God—this is your spiritual act of worship. So we'll come back around to that I think by the end of this first conversation. But I'm sure because it is a really important...I mean, these verses are super important for understanding who Yahweh is because it's all about God revealing Himself and all His goodness to Moses. Carissa: And forgiving. This is like a real crisis for a lot of ancient cultures, and some cultures still today that still relate. I want something usually that I don't have and I'm jealous of somebody else. So I'm doing some of that. And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose. Carissa: Yeah, I think when I've quoted this verse, or said, "Oh, I love this verse," I stopped after "forgiver of iniquity, transgression, and sin.". 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. And he reserves wrath for his enemies. The New Testament letter authored by the Apostle Paul contained 3 of the top 10 Bible verses that were most bookmarked, highlighted, and shared with YouVersion’s Bible … It's as if what He sees around them is the results of verse 7, right? Tim: You know how John 3:16, "God so loved the world, He gave His one and only Son," it's 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. 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? Oh, but he's loving." As the people leave Mount Sinai in Numbers 10, going from Numbers 11 to Numbers 20, there are seven rebellion stories where the people rebel against God or Moses. Here’s the Top Ten Most Popular Verses in the Bible #1 John 3:16. Sarcastic? 1hr 3m, – 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. It’s as if these two verses, Exodus 34:6-7, were the John 3:16 of ancient Israel. That He's consistent to respond according to His character and according to how people respond to Him. This is what He calls the people to do in response. Because it is really odd. But the whole point of a statement like this is to say, if your crops are going bad, you know why. Let's go to another Moses' one. Carissa: It's really interesting that right before that it says, "Forgiving iniquity." So 10 of the spies give a report that "hey, the promised land, it's awesome. It's really cool stuff. We see them as these two parts of God's character that we perceive somehow in tension with one another. What we're going to do is these two verses in Exodus, and we're going to talk about those. • Episode 1. Who does God say he is? Or is this going to be for kids? He's talking about don't have any other gods before me. So I like the word passionate more. Of course, you know which part of the Bible is near and dear to your heart. And then it became a mixed bag. Jon: Cool. So I think that can give us a clue as to how the biblical authors themselves understood the significance of (00:17:00) this description of God's character. In our modern use, jealousy has come to mean the same as envy, but qanna' describes the response when someone covenantally connected to you gives their allegiance and wellbeing to someone who will hurt them. So what Moses says, what he responds is these verses in Numbers 14:17. If you look through these 27 that I have, and I think there's a few more, the vast majority quote from verse 6, from like the goodie parts that we like. They're like, "Yeah, God gets angry, and He can punish people. This is from Jonah chapter 4. The Prophet Nahum does something interesting. This is how it's always going to be. And God will do that. 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. Hi I’m Support Bot! Jon: Yes. And he could take those words to the bank. I've had to work through some kind of squirming is about that. I've totally heard people talk about this before as if it's something that the Bible teaches. We're discussing the character of God. Tim shares a couple of closing conclusions. But He also wants me to know that (00:35:00) He has a consistency for how He's going to deal with us and that I can know that. Tim: Yeah, that's right. The very next thing that is going to happen in the narrative, in Exodus 32:1 is where the story picks up. Then he quotes visiting the iniquity of the fathers on the children, and on the third in the fourth generations of those who heed, but showing loving kindness to thousands to those who love me and keep my commandments." Chapter 1, verses 2, and 3. So just kind of ends with this like, "Whoa, I guess (00:09:00) God is vengeful after all. Jon: Well, that's where we conflate it with envy. Tim: Totally. Carissa: The better part...I'm just kidding. Carissa observes that this passage specifically calls out God’s enemies who oppress, just as Pharaoh oppressed the Israelites. Tim: Yeah, I agree. "But now I pray, let the power of the Lord be great just as you have declared. 1hr, – This actually a famous first. That's my translation. So not Exodus 34. And is this going to continue?". Jon: No, we just ended up using the word jealous in the way that's used today. And the Lord will by no means leave the guilty unpunished. Bill O'Reilly quoted it on Fox News; Don Lemon quoted it on CNN. Moses says, "So forgive the guilty.". Tim: Slow to anger. (00:51:00) I don't have to wonder. The Most Quoted Old Testament Verse March 30, 2016 No other passage from the Old Testament is quoted more by New Testament authors than Psalm 110:1. Love is patient, love is kind. I think that is hard for some people maybe in some traditions. Yahweh, Yahweh. For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. It feels like it ends big punch in there. In particular, we want to look at this tension that pops in this verse, how it starts with such a lovely and caring picture of God. But for the moment, Carissa, you're just naming this is the moment that Moses is in a cave up on Mount Sinai, and there's a divine storm cloud passing by because Moses asked to see God's glory. I think those are significant takeaways. So we're talking about an empire that ruled the ancient Near East for centuries with iron fist. It's interesting. So early April 2020. The LORD takes vengeance on His adversaries, And He reserves wrath for His enemies. And this is how I will interact with every generation. So I have Gerry to thanks for putting me on to this. Tim: Yes. I mean, I think it's multifaceted. But verse 7 is just as important of a statement about God's character. The tension comes with how does God relate to people who constantly fail as His partners? The first verse is really wonderful. Then it just all of a sudden takes a turn. 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.". 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. And maybe, Jon, Deuteronomy 5:9. Jon: It's like, "Oh, okay, He's going to be just when he has to be just great. Jon: So these are coming out in the fall. 56m, – He says, "I'm done with these people. He's always the same. Let's go to Joel 2. These Bible verses are the most popular and most quoted verses according to web search statistics. He says to the people, "Rend your hearts (00:42:00) and not your garments. 4 of the Most Misquoted Bible Verses 1. Jon: If we go back to the original story, we haven't talked about the narrative yet, but He's angry. It is well-known that John 3:16 is the most translated and quoted verse in the Bible: For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life. Rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is … Tim: They just they come up so much as you read throughout the rest of the Bible. Yeah. The scriptures are easy to search and the numerous versions are also very helpful. Tim: Actually, Exodus 34:7 has given rise to a pretty widespread idea. He's wonderful, and He's going to punish your family. Compassionate and gracious, slow to anger, abundant in loyal love and faithfulness. The logic is that when a righteous person asks for God’s mercy, God delivers. We feel a tension between God’s mercy and justice, and this tension causes us to ask how God will respond to a covenant people who constantly fail as his partners. And the question is, is that in fact what it means, that God will visit the consequences of my grandfather's sin but I'll be the one to suffer for it? It seems to be a different communication strategy here, where there's a balance. Jonah could do nothing to prevent God from showing compassion toward those who turn to him. These verses inspire, encourage, feed the mind, and heal the soul. Speakers in the audio file: Jon Collins, Tim Mackie, Carissa Quinn. Do you have a sense of why from your own experience, Carissa? The Most Quoted Verse in the New Testament - Seedbed Bible study and small group resources for pastors and Weselyan churches. So Carissa, why don't you introduce us...just actually just read these two verses aloud? by Marie Telling. (00:18:00) The Nephilim, they say, are there, the group called the Anakites or the Anakim who are descendants of the Nephilim from the flood story. 1hr 12m, – Tim: For sure. 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." Thunderstorm. Carissa: That's really interesting. They come up so much as you read throughout the rest of the Bible. For I am with you, and no one is going to attack and harm you, because I have many people in this city. But I think we've touched on it. Exodus 34, when Moses is on the mountain, is almost recapping Exodus 20, the Ten Commandments, but changing it up a little bit. But then somehow, the moment God is compassionate...we're back to God's consistency. It probably had kind of this like slow morphing into it was very positive. And that has become the typical way that that word is used now. In other words, he condenses the first half, Exodus 34:6, and he just quotes two out of the five. This list ranks the most quoted Bible verses from both the Old Testament and New Testament. So he goes up, and the whole thing is, the people just said, "We'll accept these vows. That's a pretty intense. This is sarcastic. Tim: Can you think of another English word that captures that idea? Especially then if you interpret the quality of your life as a form of blessing or judgment. Actually, I am only guessing that this is the most famous verse in the Bible. Okay, we're going to start a new series in Exodus 34. That's what you would want in any friend. And I think that's because the biblical authors are putting them out there as genuine tensions. Let's look at how it gets used in the Prophets. Essentially he's asking God to be consistent by changing His decision to destroy the people and to forgive them. 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.". 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. What are the most quoted passages of the Bible? For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. That is up on YouTube channel. For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith—and this not from yourselves, it is the gift of God. God can take care of giants. Go check it out. In his anger, Jonah accuses God of having consistent character. The symmetry of these verses helps us to appreciate their tension. Numbers 14:17-19 That's the scene right here. But to tee this off, Tim, one thing that you told me is that this is the most referenced verse in the Bible by biblical authors? (00:22:00) Now, this is the...hold on. So you watch God say and do a lot of things, but it's the first time that God's own character is described in some kind of summary. Well, it's a balance of mercy and compassion and patience, but also a very firm sense of justice, and accountability, and recompense. It appears in a prayer of Moses in the book of Numbers after Israel decides not to enter the promised land. Jon: Yeah. Okay. Jon: The Bible is written by many different authors over hundreds of years. But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness. Jon: Hello, Tim. 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. Thanks for joining us. Carissa: But sometimes they only quote part of it, or maybe the words in a different order. In part one (0:00–17:15), Tim and Jon introduce Dr. Carissa Quinn, who will join this new series on the Character of God. So I think I come to a verse and I just take that for granted. Yeah, that's right. The next episode will unpack the narrative context of Exodus 34 and examine why God gives this description of himself. Tim: That's right. 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? Tim: Yes, it is. Tim: Mm hmm. I guess the balancing act is more important than the final word. And that God will deal with us justly and fairly, always tending towards mercy. It was my main theology mentor and seminary (00:12:00) Prof. Gerry Breshears, who really put these two verses on my radar in a significant way. It'll be interesting. So what God says is exactly what He says in the lead up to God saying this about Himself in the book of Exodus. Tim: Correct. — Philippians 4:13 (NIV) Again, the language of Exodus 34:6 and 7 gets repeated or re-quoted or reused...I used (00:16:00) to say, over 20 times in the Bible. Last weekend, I read a helpful book by Eric Bargerhuff titled The Most Misused Verses in the Bible: Surprising Ways God’s Word Is Misunderstood (Bethany House, 2012). And it's awesome. Jon: Yeah, actually, Tristen and I had to deal with this as we've written about emotions and this idea of if you look up the way jealousy has been used traditionally, it means like when something that you deserve, or should have is taken from you, then you're jealous. The prophet Nahum quotes Exodus 34 to emphasize the punishment of God on the Assyrians. Carissa: Sure. Jon: In English jealousy and envy become kind of synonymous. So that story we just read from Numbers, God's actually says to the rebels, spies, and to the people who rebelled, he says, "Oh, you don't want to go into the promised land? Well, then you won't. It seems like he would have just left off the second half and just quoted the first. A passage can be a single verse or group of verses or an entire chapter that tells a particular story or message. It's just become our vernacular. (00:39:00) And so we have to deal with that.". (00:20:00) It's really interesting that he quotes the second half, this part that we think is really more harsh. I think sometimes when we think of iniquity or sin, we think of just doing something bad. It's a promise of stability, of a predictability in God's response. And he quotes the same words. But the question is, are these tensions that God feels within Himself? But when we talk about these thousands that get loyal love, we're talking about thousands of generations who stays faithful to the covenant. Divine anger is really important that we get our understanding of divine anger. Carissa: Okay, starting in verse 17. My main areas of research or the things that I'm really fascinated with all have to do with the literary artistry of Scripture. Carissa points out how God promises to be consistent, yet given all of Israel’s rebellion and failure, he seems to more often fall on the side of mercy and compassion. It's from the repurposing of these words in Jonah. But it greatly displeased Jonah and he became angry. Show BibleProject, Ep The Most Quoted Verse in the Bible - Character of God E1 - Aug 17, 2020 Covenant love. That's really worth observing. QUOTE. You hate me, and you do evil, then I'm going to have to hold you accountable to that. Or, possibly we hear others misquoting verses, they sound right in the moment, so we also begin spreading the misuse without taking the time to study the verse in its author-intended context. Share In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. Additional Resources I’m not sure if it does yet! So people have become really sensitive to this in the Old Testament in a way that when I talk to people from the older generation, they don't feel the problem here. Because when you have a righteous intercessor, God listens. They are also the most quoted verses in the Old Testament. And now it says, "But he will visit the iniquity on the father's and the children." Exodus 34:6-7 is the first condensed description of God’s character by God and is the most referenced passage within the Hebrew Scriptures. Most quoted books in the Bible. Jon: Yes. Carissa: Right. Therefore in order to forestall this...'" Is this your translation? We're going to talk about each attribute, and we're going to get to slow to anger. But when the biblical authors heard this, they heard the whole thing as a statement of stability and assurance. But seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness, and all these things will be added to you. I want to dig into that more, but I'm just kind of knowing that we will interact, right? Then we're going to actually dig in deep to five attributes of God that we find in those. He's merciful and He's just which even verse 7 which is intense brings a degree of assurance, that I always know where I stand with Yahweh based on my own behavior and choices. You're a forgiver. But any generation will get what's coming to it if that's how they act. And the stuff about clearing the guilty is important. In Numbers 5, it says, "If a spirit of kanna comes over him..." So it's passion for his covenantal partner, his wife. Where envy is when you want something that you don't have. “I can do all things through him who strengthens me.” – Philippians 4:13 BibleProject is a crowdfunded nonprofit. Carissa: I was thinking about this. There are many Bible passages that are memorable for a variety of reasons, and the passages on this list are among the most quotable, with which all Christians are likely familiar. But Jon, can you remember back when we first started talking about this and before we took a deep dive into these verses and what they mean, (00:08:00) what your perception was? So verse 3 says He's slow to anger, but He still gets angry. Especially because there's something about our cultural context. They're huge." 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. And that He's going to be like this always for every generation, not like change from generation to generation. No wonder it's requoted so much by biblical authors in different ways. 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. So Deuteronomy 5 actually it's a re-quotation of the Ten Commandments. What's interesting here is that the way that the language of Exodus 34:6-7 is quoted...So Nahum 1:3, "The Lord is slow to anger and he's great." 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 if they do evil, then I'll bring calamity on them. But Carissa, people might not remember you. Those attributes are really lovely. Carissa: I think what's harder for us in our modern context, is the responsiveness of God. 1. So there's justice for when you do wrong. I think there's cultural reasons for that, our cultural setting, for why we start to squirm a little bit. God identifies the disobedient as those who hate him and the obedient as those who love and obey him. Jon: So when we quote it, you really is focusing on the second half of the quote. God’s covenant promise is ongoing; God is making a promise about the stability of his character toward all generations. In 2017, the three most popular verses on the site are: Here is a list of the 5 most misused and abused Bible verses: 1. Jon: Yeah. 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. The Hebrew Bible is my area of study. So you've forgiven us up till now, so do it again. This is also for your kids and your kids' kids. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is—his good, pleasing and perfect will. #19 of 21 The Most Helpful Bible Verses#11 of 20 The Best Bible Verses About Strength. That's because the consistent depiction of allegiance to other gods is that it will degrade your humanity and lead Israel to death, specifically towards injustice and neglect of the poor. It's more just I've sat down a couple of different times, and then I get interrupted or something. Tim: Yeah, that's right. What he does is turn up the volume on verse 7 on the intense parts. Then the second half of the verse, it starts out really lovely too. And then the quotation. It's the center one, which I think is significant. 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. 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. I'm a Bible scholar and educator. (00:32:00). This is in the book of Deuteronomy 5. (00:37:00) It's about what I deserve and what I want. Do you guys resonate with that? So yeah, there's definitely an interesting relationship. I don’t want to minimize the differences between Exodus 20 and Deuteronomy 5 (the first and second statements of the 10 commandments), but it’s difficult to exaggerate their similarities. There's not for the most part. No one comes to the Father except through me. Yahweh can't deliver us from those giants. Jon: And that's where the storybooks end. Slow to anger, abounding in loyal love When it comes to looking up for Bible verses on the web, nothing beats Bible Gateway. And it's verses 6 and 7. There are more than 31,000 verses in the Bible. Carissa: I also think it's significant in this verse in Deuteronomy 5 and in Exodus 20, where it's quoting from that it gives the context for what iniquity means. With this huge number, it just goes to show how well-loved and heartwarming this Bible verse is. 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