Mark Dever on the Golden Calf passage and the enormity of Sin. I listen to this in prep for my sermon, and found it really helpful. Listen here. I’m not the only one that preaches almost an hour.
Here is Tim Keller on the Jealousy of God.
How can a perfect being have “passions” or emotional responses to things? The Bible doesn’t say. It just talks about God’s response to things in emotional language and then claims that God is perfect in the sense that he is completely properly formed in his being and person.
For those interested in trying to understand this better, I recommend this article by Paul Helm here.
The Doctrine is called “Diving Constancy” or more commonly “Divine Impassibility”.
i. His Deity– He alone is God.
ii. His Sovereignty– “That he made heaven and earth, and that he has the right to rule what he has made as he thinks right.”
iii. His Glory- the quality of his person is worth the highest valuing and should eclipse all other lesser glories.
iv. His People- his covenant is more sacred and enduring than the most beautiful marriage.
Read Spurgeon’s Sermon here
 We should have pity on those that ridicule and hate God’s people. They are evoking the jealousy of God and his avenging of his bride is an awful fate.