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I Am That I Am.

I Am That I Am.

“And God said unto Moses, I AM THAT I AM …” Exodus 3:14

God is the I AM THAT I AM, that means He is the One who causes to be. He is the One who makes creation happen. When the day gives room for the night and the night gives room for the day, the “I AM’ is showing Himself.

Creation is a statement that there is a creator. When you call Him the “I AM” you are saying that God whatever I need you to be you will be.

Whenever you are walking at night and its all dark. Just say, “Father, you are Jehovah Nissi.” He is the self-existent victory. That means even if you have nobody, He will be your banner of victory. Amen.

Have you observed that every human problem is always an opportunity for a divine revelation? If you are Abraham going up the mountain to offer your son, you will discover that He is Jehovah Jireh. If you are Moses fighting a battle, you will discover that He is Jehovah Nissi. If you find bitter waters, you will discover Jehovah Rapha or Jehovah Ropheka.

Do you know that God can do a surgery on you and no blood will flow out of you? He performed the first surgery on Adam, He gave him spiritual Anastasia, the man slept, God removed his rib and yet we can’t find the rib that was removed. He is indeed the “I AM THAT I AM.”

I encourage you to expect the “I AM THAT I AM” to be to you whatever you need Him to be.


Instruction.
Please read Exodus 33:13 and 2 Peter 1:2 and ask God to reveal Himself to you so that you may increase in grace.

For further study, read:
Genesis 22:1-14, Exodus 15:22-26.

Doing the Word.
Ask God to reveal Himself to you in your present circumstances.

Daily Scripture Reading and Meditation on the Life of God:
Joshua Chapters 11-12 and

1 Corinthians 15:22.

JesusIsLord

JesusIsAlive

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Author: CRIC MEDIA

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