El-Shaddai | Kenneth E Hagin

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When the Lord God appeared to Abram, what He actually said in Hebrew was, “I am El Shaddai ……
El Shaddai is one of seven covenant names through which God revealed Himself to Israel. In Hebrew, El Shaddai means “the All-Sufficient One,” or “the God who is more than enough.”
The translators of the King James Version translated El Shaddai as “Almighty God.” I like that. If He is the All-Sufficient One, then He is Almighty: the One who is more than enough.

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