In the Western world, names are often chosen because they're cute or because parents hope their children might aspire to be like a namesake, perhaps even a Bible figure. Yet, names in the Bible were often chosen to communicate something about a person . . . especially God's names.
In Exodus 3:1322, Moses asks God what his "name" is. Was he merely asking what he should call God? No--he was asking, "Who are you? Describe yourself." And God did just that, offering Moses a wonderful description, not just of his name, but of his nature.
In Hebrew thought, a name did more than identify a person; it revealed their identity. God's identity is expressed not in one name, but in many.
This book uncovers the treasures in God's names, grouping 140 names into eight sections
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