April 9

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Be of Good Cheer Before My Face

By Tresta Neil

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In the Hebrew language they use the plural for face (faces) as indicated by the suffix ים  iym.

Most words in the Hebrew language expresses the idea of motion or denote objects of action. The action behind paniym is the expression of emotion and thoughts in the face, and since we have an infinite number of thoughts and emotions the Hebrew word is plural.

This Hebrew word more precisely means the “presence” or the “wholeness” of an individual who is ONE with God.

Can others see the presence of God when they look into your face?

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We have prepared a PDF “Be of Good Cheer Before My Face” Devotional Guide for you to use with your family. Table Talk Discussion #63 goes along with the guide.

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