New Sermon – I AM

What’s in a name?  If your name is “I AM”, a lot!  God’s name holds profound meaning!  Unlike American names, His name is representative of who He is and what He is like.  We in the West don’t think like that as the meanings behind our names have mostly faded into obscurity, but we should not (and must not) allow the meaning of our Lord’s name to do the same thing!  Do you have a relationship with the God of the Bible? Well, the first step in any good relationship is getting to know their name.  Start now by clicking HERE to listen or download this MP3 audio file.

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5 Comments on “New Sermon – I AM”

  1. Christadelphians Says:

    A great lot is in a name and it is made clearr that the person here does not seem to see the importance of a full name. Jesus never said he was “The I am that is” or th I Am that I am” what is what God said but Jesus when replying to others or telling to others who or what he was replied in a polite way saying “I am” or explained who he was or what he was, for example “I am the light of the world” “I am the son of God” etc.

    The way the author explains the things here means he could claim himself also to be God, because he too could say “I am the author of this article” “I am a member of this church” “I am one who asks Jesus in our hart.) Him saying so many times “I am” for others to be a proof he is saying he is God or the “I Am”. This is or would mean that person here is just committing blasphemy.


  2. simonjkyte Says:

    I think it is interesting that he has the same name as an egyptian moon deity and the israelites are ‘led out of egypt’ by someone with a clearly egyptian name presumably meaning something like ‘born of nobody’


  3. simonjkyte Says:

    Hmmm Are you sure he did not just tell Moses ‘I am who I am so mind your own business’ – That is how I read it. The name comes from somewhere else possibly Edon?


    • ChurchSalt Says:

      Lord says I Am who I Am and then goes on to give a personal name (what we now know as Yahweh) that carries the meaning of the I AM statement, so I don’t think we can read it as an annoyed dismissal. Factor in Jesus’ use of that same title and it looks to have some pretty heavy authority and continuity.


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