You have read the stories of God creating the heavens and the earth, of promising Abraham and Sarah a son, and of blessing them with descendants which would outnumber the stars in the sky. We already see a pattern of God’s benevolence, this desire to bless and give, in all of these stories. You also read of God using his servants Moses, Miriam, and Aaron to rescue the Hebrews from oppressive slavery in Egypt to bring them into the land of Canaan. But there is a very special place we would like to camp out on in Exodus which captures core ideas we will use during our Educators Roundtable discussion this week. That passage is when God gives Moses very specific details about the kind of God he is, how he is to be known and remembered by his people. Watch the following videos about what is meant by the word ‘Grace’ in this passage of Exodus 34:6-7 and follow the instructions below.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nxwzq1PJImMhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ABPVVw_aw44InstructionsSummarize the concept of ‘grace’ as presented in the videos.Connect what you watched in the videos with a relevant section from our required textbook readings this week. Identify and summarize that section from our readings in approximately 300-400 words, to reacquaint me with that specific section from our reading. Note: Your selection cannot be strictly a summary of the videos or a passage of the Bible required to be read this week or related online readings which are not from our required textbooks. Your summary must be from a section in the required textbooks on the syllabus for this week.Designate an additional 200 to 400 words responding with your insights and/or analysis of how that section of our required reading connects with this idea of God’s kindness, compassion, and grace.RequirementsYou should include at least one and no more than two citations from the book and citations should be no longer than 50 words in length.