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A succinct but powerful expositon of Exodus 33-34, focusing on the character of God.
“In this wonderful book, Tom Pennington lifts our eyes to the Lord, to his great and glorious name, his great and glorious character. Read, meditate, worship, and rejoice!”
Thomas R. Schreiner, James Buchanan Harrison Professor of New Testament Interpretation and Professor of Biblical Theology, The Southern Baptist Seminary
“All of God’s Word provides blessing and encouragement to attentive readers with listening ears and hearts. This volume, God’s Sermon on His Name, provides amazing insights from Exodus 33–34. Against the painful background of mankind’s sinfulness, Pastor Pennington explains the incomparable and awe-inspiring character of a God who will judge sin but also shows His willingness to forgive. This powerful presentation of God’s “name” drives readers to seek God’s forgiveness or embrace the salvation He offers, all based on the redemptive death, burial, and resurrection of His Son, Jesus Christ. I hope that you will sit at the feet of our great God as you meditate on the truths contained in this volume.”
Michael A. Grisanti, Distinguished Research Professor of Old Testament, The Master’s Seminary
“J. Gresham Machen once said that the two great presuppositions of the gospel are the doctrine of God and the doctrine of man. In this short but helpful book, Tom Pennington presents us with that first presupposition—the doctrine of God. Skillfully and winsomely, Pennington unpacks the God who has revealed himself in history and his word. He is holy, but he is also good—which is great good news for sinners like ourselves. This sermon on God’s name will help you hear the gospel better.”
Jonny Gibson, Associate Professor, Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia
“Tom Pennington is a master expositor, faithful shepherd, and a pastor’s pastor. These qualities are all demonstrated in his faithful exposition of the key chapters of Exodus 33 & 34. His work will be highly instructive to new believers, encouraging for mature saints, and thought provoking for the most senior of saints and leaders in the church.”
Bryan Murphy, Associate Professor of Old and New Testament, The Master’s Seminary