Scripture – “And God said unto Moses, I AM That I AM (Exodus 3:14).”
Denial – “There is no limit to the I AM presence.”
Affirmation – “God is I AM that I AM. I AM. We are!”
When God called Moses to bring the children of Israel out of bondage, Moses was challenged by the assignment. He asked God for a name to reference when he told Pharaoh, “Let my people go.” I AM THAT I AM is the response Moses was given.
I AM THAT I AM means all sufficient and all encompassing. I AM THAT I AM means totally self-existent and self-reliant. I AM THAT I AM means completely independent of anyone else or anything else for life. I AM THAT I AM is all that there is.
God is I AM THAT I AM. Another way of saying I AM THAT I AM is Jehovah. We are made in the image and likeness of the I AM THAT I AM; therefore, we are I AMs in the earth. Jehovah is the God of gods. We are gods. Jehovah is King of kings. We are kings and queens in the earth called to rule and reign in our various domains. Jehovah is Lord of lords. We are lords in the earth and people to submit to our leadership. Let us rise us and be the I AM that we were created and called to be.
Reflection Question – What is the difference between the I AM that I AM and the I AM?
Rev. Doral Pulley is the senior pastor of Unity of Midtown, 511 Prescott St. S, St. Petersburg.