When Moses first encounters God at Horeb, at the burning bush, he is told, “Now go! I will be with your mouth and teach you what you shall say” (Exodus 4:12). The Hebrew, Ehyeh, translated “I will be,” is also associated with the name of God (Exodus 3:14). In this teaching, we learn that Ehyeh indicates God’s presence (I will be with you), His living direction vis à vis the prophets (I will be with your mouth), and His abiding covenants (I will be to you for a God).
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