Readers may well come to regard this episode in the life of Moses as second in importance in biblical history only to Christ's death and resurrection. In this short study, the late Rev. Sproul delves briefly but deeply into the theophany, confirming the importance of a Christian faith grounded in historical events in which nature intersects with the supernatural, in God's vital condescension to His beloved creation.— From Adam
"The bush was burning, yet it was not consumed"
How can an unholy people stand before a holy God? Who is God, and what is His relationship to His creation? And how can we know Him? In Exodus 3, Moses saw a bush that was burning yet was not consumed by the flames. When he turned to look at it, God gave him one of the most profound theology lessons recorded in the Bible. There, God revealed Himself in a remarkable way, and as Dr. R.C. Sproul writes, His revelation in the burning bush continues to have relevance for Christians today.