The Great I Am

Jesus said, “Before Abraham was born, I am.”

Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever.

He always is.

It is the privilege of existence that allows a living being to say, “I am.”  If we have that privilege, how much more does our Creator?

Generally speaking, the world says God is not.  But the world does not know God.

God is saying, “I am.”  Do you hear Him?

His name is “I am.”  Don’t doubt it.

We can say “I am” and it means something significant.  Jesus can say “I am” and it means something even more significant.  If He couldn’t say “I am,” neither could you.  That’s why He is “the great ‘I am’.”

(If you read this post hastily, it may sound like gibberish.  To appreciate the significance of being able to say “I am” – whether it’s you saying it or it’s God saying it – requires some time of quiet contemplation.)

Call on His Name:  The Great I Am

Bible notes on this post.

The purpose of this blog is to proclaim Jesus Christ to those who want to hear about Him without having to join a church – or anything else – but Him.

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