Shemot 3:14 speaks about one of the name of Hashem called Eh-yeh Asher Eh-yeh.
How does this name go along with the redemtion from egypt? Why specifically this name is used?
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אהיה אשר אהיה אמר לו הקדוש ברוך הוא למשה לך אמור להם לישראל אני הייתי עמכם בשעבוד זה ואני אהיה עמכם בשעבוד מלכיות
[The name] Eh-yeh Asher Eh-yeh (lit. I will be that I will be): Said the Holy One (Blessed be He) to Moshe, “Go tell Israel, ‘I was with you in this enslavement, and I will be with you in the enslavements of the kingdoms [in the future]’”.
This approach is also quoted by Rashi to Shemot 3:14.