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I Can Do All Things. They are also the most quoted verses in the Old Testament. It's interesting. The Most Quoted Verse in the Bible - Character of God E1 By BibleProject. Lists about the world's largest monotheistic religion, based on the life and teachings of Jesus Christ, and the 2.4 billion people who follow it. But then second, he was the one who told me that it's the most requoted verse of the Old Testament within the Old Testament itself. He's always the same. December 09, 2019 9:16 AM The Bible App’s Most Popular Verse of 2019: ‘Do Not Worry’ December 10, 2018 8:00 AM The Top Bible Verses of 2018 Don’t Come from Jesus or Paul Especially because there's something about our cultural context. This is a very common way that the verses get used. And that's this conversation that we're having right now. The Most Quoted Verse of the Bible. We invite you to join us in person each Sunday morning at 9:00 AM or 11:00 AM for Worship. For I am with you, and no one is going to attack and harm you, because I have many people in this city. What he does is turn up the volume on verse 7 on the intense parts. It’s as if these two verses, Exodus 34:6-7, were the John 3:16 of ancient Israel. Of course, you know which part of the Bible is near and dear to your heart. Then the second half of the verse, it starts out really lovely too. So I've got 27 and I'm pretty sure that I'm missing about half a dozen more that might just be little snippets of one or two other words together. Is this another bumper sticker verse from the Bible? 10 Most Quoted Verses. When an appeal to God’s mercy is made, God almost always responds with mercy. Carissa observes that this passage specifically calls out God’s enemies who oppress, just as Pharaoh oppressed the Israelites. Jon:    The most quoted verse by biblical authors in the Bible is Exodus 34:6-7. So those are the kind of two main takeaways. Today on the show, we're going to dig into these beautiful, important lines in Scripture. This is Exodus 34:6-7. 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. So should (inaudible- 00:17:05) Some of them are really interesting. But then it's also crucially important to remember it's aimed at a king of one of the most oppressive empires of the ancient world. Notice he's just quoted from what we call verse 6 of Exodus 34. Tim:    Oh, this what you were talking about earlier? Is there any time in the Hebrew Bible where someone intercedes or asks God for something and He doesn't respond with compassion or mercy or lovingkindness? Tim:    Awesome. Jon:    Well, that's where we conflate it with envy. Gracious, slow to anger, abounding with loyal love. And he quotes the same words. And then he condenses Exodus 34:7. I want something usually that I don't have and I'm jealous of somebody else. "But now I pray, let the power of the Lord be great just as you have declared. The Most Quoted Verse in the Bible - Character of God E1. 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. Well, Yahweh is not in the covenant with the nation of Assyria. Tim:    Totally. And then we hear judgment or justice and recompense. Chapter 1, verses 2, and 3. I think there's cultural reasons for that, our cultural setting, for why we start to squirm a little bit. The scriptures are easy to search and the numerous versions are also very helpful. This difference helps to clarify how God deals with future generations. And it's going to be awesome. Jon:    Well, no, Tim, to be fair, there's a lot in the Torah about how if you obey me, your crops are going to be good. Carissa:    Yeah, there's the clarification of the disposition of the people. So the ten rebel spies get the whole people into a riot, and the people want to actually appoint a new leader, and go back to Egypt. You can find it on our websites under the "Resource" tab. ", Tim:    He's angry that God is this way towards other people that he doesn't like. The website topverses.com recently ranked the verses of the Bible … #3 Jeremiah 29:11 Jon:    Oh, yeah. It also kind of makes me wonder about the Exodus passage, if that not clearing the guilty. He's like, "I know this of you and so I didn't want to go to Nineveh because I don't like those guys. 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. December 21, 2014 ... John 3:16, failed to make this shared list, it still ranks as the most searched verse on the web. What is your most favorite Bible verse? It's not about me as such. They come up so much as you read throughout the rest of the Bible. Tim:    No, this is New American Standard, I think. Jon:    Today's episode was produced by Dan Gummel, our theme music comes from the band Tents, and our show notes are produced by Camden McAfee. That's really worth observing. That's a pretty intense. But that's interesting to think about it from that angle, Jon, where from a modern communication standpoint, you end with the thing that you really want to make sure they take away for long term. Their own behavior matters for how (00:30:00) God responds to them. We haven't said that. Update: 2020-08-17 11. Yahweh can't deliver us from those giants. Most often in these passages, God’s grace and compassion are emphasized by people who choose to return to him. Jonah 4:1-2 It's like somehow he knows if I press on the mercy side of the scales, God will yield. It's a really intense language of divine anger and recompense on one of the great tyrants of the ancient Near East. I don't know. It's a great way to study further. Tim:    Yeah, it is. 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. But then it seemingly ends with a vindictive picture of God. One of you should read it. 32 Of The Most Beautiful Bible Verses "And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age." I've had to work through some kind of squirming is about that. When it comes to looking up for Bible verses on the web, nothing beats Bible Gateway. I think that also shows us that we're maybe missing what that second half means if we're reading as a fully negative statement. These two verses illustrate a tension between God’s mercy and justice, but they also provide assurance for the ongoing stability of God’s character. "Yet he will not clear the guilty, He will visit the iniquity upon the fathers and the sons and on their sons and their son, like the grandkids to the third and fourth generation. 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. God’s covenant promise is ongoing; God is making a promise about the stability of his character toward all generations. Is that the same word for jealous there? Covenant love. Jon:    Now, if they're requoting it, why would it be so difficult to find how many times it's done? And it's awesome. And then that's what's getting recorded here. 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. For many of us—I feel it too—we start to get a little uncomfortable. That He's consistent to respond according to His character and according to how people respond to Him. So this is a whole book that is a prophet who's commenting on the downfall of the Assyrians, the Assyrian Empire, and the downfall of the city of Nineveh. I guess the balancing act is more important than the final word. In part three (25:20–40:50), the group looks at the book of Deuteronomy, when Moses retells the ten commandments to a new generation. But then the second half is about how God's generosity is not licensed for people to go do whatever they want. The Lord is slow to anger and great in power, But verse 7 is just as important of a statement about God's character. Then what God is doing in Exodus 34 is picking that up and developing it. Jon:    Can we stop there, Tim? Tim shares a couple of closing conclusions. It's one of the most important statements in the Old Testament itself. I don't even remember. It was found while searching the internet that the following 10 verses are the most quoted and used Bible verses. Tim:    I think that's what it means. Watch and Explore over 150 BibleProject videos. For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life. I know in the Christian tradition, different strands of the tradition—I don't know in Judaism—but the idea of a generational curse, where there can be some kind of divine judgment that lingers over a family so the bad stuff happens to them for generations and so on. Having grown up in western Christianity, we talk a lot about God is immutable, or the theological term of He doesn't change. For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith—and this not from yourselves, it is the gift of God. So not Exodus 34. This is right after the people of Nineveh turn to God, and God forgives the city and the people on the king of Nineveh. So yeah, that does sound intense if in fact, that's what it means. 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. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. Nahum 1:2-3 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." 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. 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. Tim:    Correct. Jon:    Just because your dad did something bad, why do you have to suffer? And then there's a locust swarm. Jon:    Did you make the right sacrifice? And then developing the curriculum for Classroom where we're starting to provide free online classes for all of you. 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? Carissa:    I think that for a lot of people, it does conflict with that immutability or unchangeable nature of God. 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). So big picture, just kind of some observations here. "The LORD is slow to anger and great in power, and the LORD will by no means leave the guilty unpunished. (00:46:00) So, that usage from Joel gave us people sitting in hardship, but they know that God will be gracious. Carissa:    There's almost an element of compassion and passion. But my disposition is lovingkindness.". And he reserves wrath for his enemies. 59m. That's my translation. It’s as if these two verses, Exodus 34:6-7, were the John 3:16 of ancient Israel. Tim:    But what's underneath it with other gods (00:38:00) isn't just that will because I deserve your praise, not the other gods. Then in the center, we find Moses is doing the same thing he had to do on Mount Sinai in the story of the golden calf, which is intercede. This is the fourth. The last thought here is about visiting iniquity generationally. And that makes sense because he was the one who first heard them. Exodus 34:6-7 But it's just interesting to pay attention to. "Passionate" is still hard. There's all the symmetry. The symmetry of these verses helps us to appreciate their tension. So Nahum writes (00:47:00) this poem to talk about how he believes Yahweh is the one behind the downfall of Nineveh. 1hr 2m, –  And if you know key covenant passages in the Torah, like Leviticus 26 or Deuteronomy 28, you know those things are a result of God removing his kind of protective hand a blessing on Israel as a result of Covenant violation. Jon:    That's interesting. He's done it before." So we'll come back around to that I think by the end of this first conversation. God's going to hold you accountable to that iniquity, to use the biblical word there. Carissa:    It means God just chooses to be gracious above and beyond what people deserve, which I guess is the meaning of grace in the first place. Jon:    Yeah. And that has become the typical way that that word is used now. This is how it's always going to be. So right now I'm writing some of the upcoming videos like this topic we're talking about today. And that God will deal with us justly and fairly, always tending towards mercy. That's what you would want in any friend. Jon:    Where they're saying, "We're not going to go to where God wants us to go.". We'll actually get more into the narrative context, I think, a little bit later. We're going to die." But there are two verses in the Hebrew Scriptures that get quoted and adapted more than any other. Here on the podcast, of course, is Tim. Okay, this is one example of a real quotation, and it's illuminating one, I think. Jonah flips this over. Carissa points out that God said he wouldn’t clear the guilty, yet Moses concludes that God should forgive. So there's justice for when you do wrong. Okay. The most quoted verse is the second greatest commandment: “You shall love your neighbor as yourself.” Perhaps this verse ought to be on our hearts and minds more often. That if a nation turns from their evil, then I'll relent. In Deuteronomy 5, He says, "I'm a passionate God?". But when we talk about these thousands that get loyal love, we're talking about thousands of generations who stays faithful to the covenant. Carissa:    Right. Carissa:    The better part...I'm just kidding. Tim:    Man. It's from the repurposing of these words in Jonah. "I am a jealous God." Jon:    Yes. This list ranks the most quoted Bible verses from both the Old Testament and New Testament. Tim says it's better to understand the passage as striking a balance. Because I take that for granted maybe. (00:20:00) It's really interesting that he quotes the second half, this part that we think is really more harsh. Carissa:    Did you guys land on something better? BibleProject is a crowdfunded nonprofit. No wonder it's requoted so much by biblical authors in different ways. I think this is why He told Jeremiah not to pray for the people. and it’s words were quoted more often by Jesus than the words from any other book. "Yahweh, Yahweh, a compassionate God and gracious, slow to anger and abundant of loyal love and faithfulness; keeper of loyal love for thousands, forgiver of iniquity, transgression and sin; yet, he will surely not clear the guilty, visitor of inequity of fathers upon sons and upon the sons of sons, upon the third and fourth generation." What you're not told in that little kind of recap there is, "well, did the children do?" So he visits the iniquity on those who hate him but shows lovingkindness to those who love Him. So just kind of ends with this like, "Whoa, I guess (00:09:00) God is vengeful after all. Slow to anger, abounding in loyal love Yeah, okay. But he's the one who first showed me that this is, first of all, it's the first description of God's character that you come across as you're reading through the Bible from page one. In 2017, the three most popular verses on the site are: Tim:    Actually, Exodus 34:7 has given rise to a pretty widespread idea. Tim:    So for me, this has forced me to go back in and really understand divine anger in context, which is why we're going to dedicate a whole video to it. This is what He calls the people to do in response. So 10 of the spies give a report that "hey, the promised land, it's awesome. 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. Next week, we're going to continue looking at these verses, and we're going to dig into the backstory, the context for when this statement was first proclaimed. Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. Jon:    The Bible is written by many different authors over hundreds of years. And what we found (00:14:00) was this tension—this is what you were feeling, Jon—of like, what is God like if I just look at this first description of God in the Bible? In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. He says to the people, "Rend your hearts (00:42:00) and not your garments. 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. But that's the way the design pattern works. Tim:    Mm hmm. That I'm jealous for this, meaning I'm passionate to see... Jon:    Yeah. So Tim teaches through multiple sessions on a topic or we'll have another instructor in and then students will get to interact with questions and hear other students' answers and do some projects and that sort of thing. They're like, "Yeah, God gets angry, and He can punish people. Do not conform any longer to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Tim:    What's valuable about these, at least 27, but I know there's some more reuses of these verses is you get to actually see how the biblical authors themselves understood it. Divine anger is really important that we get our understanding of divine anger. Tim:    Actually, that's a great observation, Carissa. He doesn't like the Ninevites so much and he believes in God's character so much that He decides to take off. (00:44:00) "But it greatly displeased Jonah and he became angry. 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? This hasn't happened too much with my kids yet, but I can already start to see as they're in our neighborhood school. 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. That's kind of a side trail on kanna. What's interesting about that is to say that He's great in loyal love, that's a covenant term. Super interesting. #19 of 21 The Most Helpful Bible Verses#11 of 20 The Best Bible Verses About Strength. That's not a place you want to go hang out. 9AM Worship Service: The Most Quoted Verse in the Bible. But why the word passion? 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. It probably had kind of this like slow morphing into it was very positive. Carissa:    This one is also quoting directly from Exodus 20, the Ten Commandments. KEY TAKEAWAYS God is not clearing the guilty, and He's visiting the iniquity on us. Jon:    Cool. That's the kind of passion. And for us, we hear those as somehow they're in conflict or intention. And what should come is "in loyal love." Description. So we're talking about Exodus 34, and Tim and I are writing videos on some of the words used to describe God there. This actually a famous first. And then the quotation. We're back to that consistency theme, that God doesn't play favorites. (00:37:00) It's about what I deserve and what I want. Tim:    Yes, it is. Sheila on January 10, 2012 at 12:12 pm . That's the scene right here. Jon:    Well, that's the traditional meaning of the word jealous... Jon:    ...which it just doesn't really mean that anymore. So a lot of this language in Joel of being a wrathful God... Jon:    Oh, sorry, Nahum. It's that I think the values we're trying to give him are the ones that are actually going to help him flourish the best. Tim:    Mainly because jealousy, I think in English, at least, what it means to me, and I've asked lots of other people about this too before because I gave a sermon on this once and I really wanted to figure it out. 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. So first, however, I think it's good to just sample this. But it greatly displeased Jonah and he became angry. The Most Quoted Verse in the Bible - Character of God E1. So I have Gerry to thanks for putting me on to this. It's more just I've sat down a couple of different times, and then I get interrupted or something. It settles a little better. Jon:    Well, yeah. Throughout the series the three of them will unpack attributes of God found in Exodus 34:6-7, the most referenced passage within the Hebrew Scriptures. If they believe in divine powers, they relate to divine powers in this way. 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? Just like it did with you. Do you notice there's also (00:28:00) two small differences to each of these lines that's not president in Exodus 34? Tim:    In Jonah? So thank you for being a part of this with us. He says, "I'm done with these people. 4 of the Most Misquoted Bible Verses 1. (00:23:00) Because he knows that at his core, that verse 6 describes some kind of baseline. So there he flips it. They don't say that. God can take care of giants. And not only will he not clear the guilty, but generations to come. Because that's what you say you do. You can ask me questions like: Character of God: Exodus 34:6-7 Video Notes. Its frequent citation should cause us to pay attention to what is being said. I work here at the BibleProject doing biblical research and developing educational resources. 1. He forbids him. Sarcastic? Our overview video on these two verses is already completed, and it's up on our website, and on our YouTube channel. It's like more (00:27:00) digestible when he flips it. Right? I think those are significant takeaways. Tim:    Totally. Jon:    Thanks for listening to this episode of the BibleProject podcast. Jon:    And why not the fifth generation? Therefore in order to forestall this I fled to Tarshish, for I knew that you are a gracious and compassionate God, slow to anger and abundant in loyal love, and one who relents concerning evil.”. I think it was a theology class. This is an extremely popular saying and one of the most searched for verses on Google. So the whole ancient world was rejoicing when Nineveh fell to the Babylonians. So Numbers 14, this is the story of the rebel spies who go into the land and then come back. Yeah, that's right. So I'm doing some of that. The Least Popular Book?) And the stuff about clearing the guilty is important. Carissa:    He is, but it also takes him...with Moses, it's not until the fifth time that Moses resists and that He gets angry. Character of God The first three, like mercy and compassion, make our hearts warm and fuzzy. In the book of Joel, he's watching a drought, which causes a famine in the land of Israel. Or if you are building a Bible study, or if you're building a curriculum, I highly recommend checking out these notes. It feels like it ends big punch in there. Thanks for joining us. This is from Jonah chapter 4. Who does God say he is? 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. It feels like, I love you, I love you. I have my PhD in Hebrew Bible and focus on the Psalms and the shape or the story that the Psalms tell. Tim:    So Exodus 24 ends with Moses going up the mountain to kind of seal the deal to tell God, like, "Yeah, the people are going to do it, we're going to do this, we're going to be your covenant people." Two of the five attributes that we had previously. Jon:    It's like, "Oh, okay, He's going to be just when he has to be just great. 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? In other words, he condenses the first half, Exodus 34:6, and he just quotes two out of the five. 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. 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 … Carissa:    Yeah. (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. It was gnarly. And so I'm jealous. Most quoted books in the Bible. 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. Our first video here on this is going to be highlighting there's two chasms happening here. I can do everything through him who gives me strength. It should. By using this website, I acknowledge that I am 16 years of age or older, and I agree to the. In future conversations, the group will unpack the elements of God’s character, including his anger. (00:07:00). 1hr 3m, –  The Hebrew Bible is my area of study. So you're saying it's kind of like a bait and switch almost. Show produced by Dan Gummel and Camden McAfee. So we thought, "Let's make an intro video to a word study series." Tim points out how Nahum says God is “great in power,” a phrase that highlights God’s authority over the nations who are not covenant partners with him. Jon:    In Exodus, this is Yahweh Himself saying this about himself. World's 10 Most Popular Bible Verses of 2014. And relenting of evil. Popular Bible Verses. He's already quoting from the positive half, which is interesting. But of course, what was it that moved God to have the fish vomit him out so that he would live and not die? It's as if what He sees around them is the results of verse 7, right? It's almost like the first half of the statement is about God's compassion and generosity. Tim:    Oh, it's not that hard. I can't remember. Or what the feel will be of it. 1hr 12m, –  You're a forgiver. Jon:    I'm John Collins. Though you said Biblical Studies as a whole. What are the most popular Bible verses? in all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make your paths straight. Well, then you won't. And just like the last thought is the thought I want them...it becomes a central thought. And he could take those words to the bank. We're discussing the character of God. (00:36:00) Also, the word "jealousy" introduces a layer of meaning that's not fully present with kanna. Tim:    Correct. Jon:    No, we just ended up using the word jealous in the way that's used today. The Prophet Nahum does something interesting. You and Tristen? It's as if when you're reading and just Exodus 34, and you read, "He visits the iniquity of the fathers upon the sons and upon the grandsons to the third and the fourth generation." I'll let you read it. BuzzFeed Staff. Blue Telusma. “I can do all things through him who strengthens me.” – Philippians 4:13 The first verse is really wonderful. Carissa, you want to read it? Carissa:    "A jealous and avenging God is the LORD; The LORD is avenging and wrathful. And I think that's because the biblical authors are putting them out there as genuine tensions. We make free resources that help you experience the Bible as a unified story that leads to Jesus and we're so grateful to be able to work on this project and so grateful for you who make it possible. (00:32:00). And is this going to continue?". Tim:    So kanna is a covenant term and it has to do with the passion that arises within you when you see somebody that you're covenantly connected to giving their allegiance and their well-being over to someone who will hurt them. The favorite verse of the Bible referenced in the public sphere is Matthew 7:1, "Judge not, lest you be judged." So we're talking about an empire that ruled the ancient Near East for centuries with iron fist. Tim:    "Passionate" doesn't do the whole job. Do you have a sense of why from your own experience, Carissa? Oh, but he's loving." Tim:    Here, let me show you guys a couple of other times that these verses get requoted. Tim:    Slow to anger. So I think I come to a verse and I just take that for granted. From Conservapedia. We've talked about this before. And now it says, "But he will visit the iniquity on the father's and the children." This is recorded during quarantine. 5 Other Favorite Encouraging Bible Passages From Our Readers . I don't know. But even in the midst of God's judgment, he knows that God has a soft spot for people who turned to him (00:43:00) in humility. The story of Jonah is taking place when Nineveh is at its peak in its heyday, as the capital of Assyrian Empire. And then he adds from verse 7 of Exodus 34. Tim:    Totally. And God passes by in a storm, and then what Moses hears is this announcement. • Episode 1. Who does God say he is? Carissa:    Okay, good. Carissa:    But sometimes they only quote part of it, or maybe the words in a different order. 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