I know a lot of people cannot understand how God can be jealous, and what it means to be jealous. The thing is that it is a different kind of jealousy than human jealousy. It is above that standard. This sermon based on the revelation of Exodus 34 and Song of Solomon 8 builds again on the foundations of the Justice of Christ, and the Treasures of Love posted on in the previous blog postings. This sermon after watching it – it really shook me. I did not know what to do with it or myself. I knew that something needed to change, and I knew it was me. It stirred up in my heart and continues to stir up this passion and zeal for God, but sometimes we get so caught up in our “idols” or “gods” that we lose sight of what is really important. That is this love for God and this fire and zeal for the jealous God, and to hunger and thirst after Him, and to be holy like He is holy. This speaker points out that God is Jealous and that He is also Grace. I am hoping you are touched the same way, and maybe even to a greater extent than I am.