AuntieM Posted February 22, 2012 Share Posted February 22, 2012 The passage is 2 Corinthians 3. I always thought that Moses veiled his face after meeting with the Lord in the tabernacle because the reflected Shekinah glory from M's face was too bright to behold. However, the Corinthians passage seems to be saying that the reason he veiled his face was so the Israelites wouldn't see that the "glory" faded (2 Cor 3:13). I am wondering if Paul (as it seems to fit in context) is saying that the old covenant would fade away when the new came in. However, I am wondering if it means that even as it faded from M's face, the glory of God was still too bright to behold. What is your understanding of this? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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