The God Who Is, He Just Is

Jan 18, 2015 • Mike Hubbard • Series: I Am

If someone asks you, "Who are you?," the obvious first reply is to state your name. But, what does your name really say about your identity. You were given your name by your parents, and they probably chose it because of a family relationship or it was a name they liked. But, once we have a name, this is tied to identity. In Eastern culture names have much more significance, because a name was truly related to identity, to the character and purpose of a person. In Exodus 3, Moses has an encounter with the living God. And in the interaction Moses asks God a simple question, "Who are you?" In response God gives Moses a new name for Himself, and the Name of God tells us quite a bit about who He is and how we relate to Him.

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