Exodus Study (pt. 27)
Exodus 34:6-7 - the divine attributes of God - includes three different words for the types of sin God is willing to forgive.
The Hebrew language has numerous words that denote different aspects of sin - whereas, in English, we tend to use one word - sin - that covers all violations of God's will.
In this lesson, we explore these words for sin and how the Hebrew mind conceptualizes the nature of sin.
How does sin interact with a human being, and what are the ramifications often felt beyond the individual that committed them?
All of these questions and more are addressed in these two verses.
Understanding the underlying Hebrew words - and their implication for the human soul - helps us understand our own walk with God and why we must seek his voice to avoid the many pitfalls that surround us in the world.
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