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The tabernacle spoken of here wasn’t the tabernacle that was to be built. It’s prior to the actual tabernacle being built.

Moses and God didn’t literally speak face to face. This just signifies the closeness of their communication.

Moses knew that they needed the presence of God. He wasn’t willing to accept a substitute.

Moses stayed where he was until he received God’s presence.

Read: Exodus 34

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To Be Continued Thursday, April 4th………..



April 3, 2013 @ 13:17

Where do you get this info about Moses and God? What version of the Bible are you using?


    April 3, 2013 @ 19:40

    I read from the NKJV of the Bible. I use Chuck Smith's through the Bible study guide to help me better understand the meaning of each chapter.

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