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The golden calf.

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        StatementW. Sloane Associates
        PublishersW. Sloane Associates
        Classifications
        LC Classifications1956
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 137 p. :
        Number of Pages64
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10nodata
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Lesson: The Golden Calf

If you make The golden calf., will it live? Were they obeying God's law at this point? They were not to create anything that looked like men or animals or plants. Discuss how the Israelites had waited 400 years to be freed from Egypt. Had this calf even been around then? Will it be more powerful than you? We can hope in the fact that He always keeps His promises, and will never abandon us.

The Israelites worshipped God His way, renewing their promise with sacrifices. God said the Israelites were to create and altar of stones not shaped or decorated by men.

After making their covenant promisesMoses taught the people what God wanted. The people knew how God wanted them to worship Him. Aaron crafted a golden calf, which the Israelites then claimed had delivered them from Egypt. Do we know how God wants us to worship him? Explain that each item is a day. Moses spent another forty days and forty nights, and did not eat or drink the whole time.

Lesson: The Golden Calf

The golden calf appeared by itself from the fire. Aaron was trying to escape responsibility for what he had done. He was so angry he broke the tablets.