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Judges 13:18 (Berean Study Bible)

Why do you ask My Name?

Each of us has a first and a last name. We're normally identified by our family or last name. Our identity defines who we are and our place in this world. What about God's identity? Who do we think God is? The responses we get from people vary across the spectrum and range from nobody to the Almighty. That begs the question, does God need a identity as we mortals understand that? It's almost like asking our dads who they are. As God told Moses in the burning bush (Exodus 3:14), He is. God has always existed and will always exist. Until we allow the Holy Spirit to reshape our thinking to understand that we derive our identity from the Almighty and not the other way around, we'll never truly understand The Almighty God or His Son, Jesus of Nazareth, or our place in Him.

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