337. Rabbi Abahu said, "And there went a man" (Shemot 2:1), refers to Gabriel, as it is written, "And the man Gabriel" (Daniel 9:21), for he went and returned her to Amram. Rabbi Yehuda said it was actually Amram, but his name is not mentioned because he was not going to mate with his wife out of his own volition, but rather from above. BECAUSE THE URGING OF THE HOLY ONE, BLESSED BE HE, PREVAILED ON HIM, HE WENT.
338. Rabbi Yitzchak said, WHY IS IT THAT by Aaron and Miriam the union of their parents is not mentioned in the Torah, but by Moses is written, "And took to wife a daughter of Levi" (Shemot 2:1)? AND HE ANSWERS, IT IS to show that the Shechinah is named after 'Levi,' and Amram was not worthy to beget Moses until he took part with the Shechinah. Then did he beget Moses. This is what is written, "And took to wife a daughter of Levi," WHICH IS SHECHINAH. Therefore, it is written, "And when she saw that he was a goodly (lit. 'good')..." MEANING THAT THE SHECHINAH DWELT ON HIM.
339. Rabbi Elazar said, Amram merited that there should emerge from him a son who would merit a great voice, WHICH IS ZEIR ANPIN, as is written, "And the Elohim answered him by a voice" (Shemot 19:19). And Amram merited a divine voice, WHICH IS MALCHUT, as is written, "And took to wife a daughter of Levi," meaning a divine voice (lit. 'a daughter of a voice'). Therefore it says, "And there went," meaning he went to this level! We learned that when Moses was born, the Holy One, blessed be He, united His name over him, as is written, "And when she saw that he was good..." AND GOOD IS THE NAME OF THE HOLY ONE, BLESSED BE HE, as is written, "Hashem is good to all" (Tehilim 145:9), and "O taste and see that Hashem is good" (Tehilim 34:9). HENCE, THE HOLY ONE, BLESSED BE HE, IS CALLED 'GOOD.'