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I Am

God told Moses at the burning bush that His name is “I AM” (Exodus 3:14)

What is the significance of this name and how important is this name in our daily life?

The name I AM is defined in the Strong’s Hebrew and Greek lexical dictionary as: “it come to pass or come into existence,” taken from the Hebrew word hayah.

In the English language am is the first person indicative of be.

On the other hand, be means in the English language to exist or live. It also means to take place, happen or occur.

Another meaning of be is to occupy a place or position and to continue or remain as before.

I is a singular pronoun used to refer to the speaker when speaking about him or herself.

Therefore, when God gave Moses the name I AM, He was specifically telling Moses of  His omnipotence.

God is not a created being, and neither does He have a mother nor a father. He does not have the begining of days or the end of life (Hebrews 7:3).

God existed before the begining of time and He occupied a place of supreme power and authority and will continue to remain thus until eternity.

God is indeed the first and the last (Isaiah 44:6; 48:12; Revelation 1:11; 22:13).

Therefore, the name I AM defines God’s character and authority.

When God speaks to us, He calls His name to reinforce and remind us of His supremacy.

  • I am your shield and exceedingly great reward (Geneis 15:1)

Supreme protection and ultimate source.

  • I am the Lord – Jehovah – who brought you out of the land of bondage (out of sin) (Exodus 15:7)

Double emphasis on God’s name to assure us that He is our escape.

  • I am the Almighty God, so walk before me and be perfect. (Genesis 17:1)

Dwelling in the presence of the most powerful God will lead to a sound, healthy, upright and complete lifestyle.

  • I am with you, and will bless and multiply your seed. (Genesis 26:24)

The Lord is always with us to bless and enlarge us.

  • I am with you to keep you in all places wherever you go. (Genesis 28:15)

The Lord is with us in our going out and coming in. That is, wherever we travel He will protect us.

  • I am the God of Bethel (house of God). (Genesis 31:13)

The Lord will cleanse and make our body His dwelling place.

  • I am come down to deliver you out of the hand of the Egyptians (sin). (Exodus 3:8; 6:6-8)

There is nothing impossible for the Lord to deliver or to snatch us away from.

  • I am the Lord, speak to Pharoah (strong house/strongman), king of Egypt, all that I say unto you. (Exodus 6:29)

The Lord gave us the authority to prophesy the Word of God when the enemy comes against us.

  • I am the Lord in the midst of the earth. (Exodus 8:22)

The Lord upholds the earth in His arms. His presence is all around us.

  • I am the Lord who heals you. (Exodus 15:26)

Healing and restoration originates in God. He will thoroughly make us while again.

Amen! Thank you, Lord!

Keep in touch, for tomorrow morning we will continue to give you more blessings of the infinite power of the Great I AM.

 

7 Comments »

  1. Interesting observation about the “Let there be…” in Genesis 1: the “let there” is added by the English translators, the “be” also means “exist”, and “said” also means “command”, so the passage literally reads “and God commanded, ‘Light, exist!’ And light existed.” New dimension. He literally COMMANDED them to exist, and they existed!

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  2. Jesus ( Yeshua ) Christ said: “Think Not that I AM come to destroy the Law, or the Prophets: I AM Not Come to destroy, but to Fulfil.” ( Matthew 5:17 KJV)!!

    ( Exodus 3:14 KJV ) “And GOD said unto Moses, I AM THAT I AM: and HE said, Thus shalt thou say unto the children of Israel, I AM hath sent ME unto you.”!!

    ❤ GOD said unto Moses, I AM THAT I AM<3

    Love ❤ Always and Shalom, YSIC \o/

    Kristi Ann

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