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  • Michael Blitz

New Year's Day

This morning, we look at Exodus 34, and the LORD appearing before Moses and proclaiming the Name of the LORD. Since this is the Feast of the Holy Name, we especially look at the passage with an eye to a Theophany, an Old Testament appearance of Jesus before the incarnation.

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