We continued learning from the Song of Moses in Deuteronomy 32 this Sunday, March 19 at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC. In verse 4, the name of the Lord is set forth as a reference point for comparison of the darkness of the world to the light of God and His character. Throughout the song, we are reminded that the Lord knows the truth of our hearts and the depth of the corruption and sin inside of us. We must consider our response to Him who has loved us from eternity past, who created us and whose Spirit helps us in our weakness. How do we repay the Lord? With gluttony on His goodness? With rejection? Or with humility toward His discipline which calls us to tear down our idols, our wrong thinking, and our misplaced trust? Do we find joy in the saving atonement of Christ who covers our sin?