‘I AM’ Study Round Two
Instrument of Wonders
As we begin today, let’s take a moment to regain our context.
In Lesson 7, we found Moses on the ‘west side of the wilderness’ asking God the very important question of ‘who am I, but more importantly, who are You?’ God re-introduced Himself to Moses as ‘I AM’ or ‘Yahweh’, a Name of God that had not yet been revealed to the children of Israel. By giving Himself this memorial name, God forever established His faithfulness to His covenant people in times past, present, and future.
Too often our identity is found in a material possession or social status. When asking ourselves, ‘Who am I?’, be certain the answer is bound in the heart of Christ. He is everything we can not be and sufficient to fill every needy place. He is beautiful, all-knowing, strong, self-assured, and so much more so we do not have to be! When our lives are entertwined with His Spirit, we will never have to long to be more than we are, for HE IS. Praise Him!
Go HERE for the rest of today’s lesson!
is it too late to start?? should I go back to the begining and try to jump in? I’ve been thinking of starting this… and actually keep forgetting to come back and do it… I really want to though…
Okay, I am reading this awesome Bible Study, I AM…OOHHHHHHH!
..i am reading on your blog and the next thing i know, a story pops up about your being thrilled about 98 cent cream cheese while on the phone with Big Mama—I was not even on your blog anymore—I guess I jumped over to Sophie’s but I promise you I didn’t touch a key—AND Sophie’s blog is sometimes blank to me—what is going on? —how did that happen??? But then again, look who I am blogging with—you are living in August 2008 …
I just finished the lesson & posted my answers!! It was great! It really goes along with everything else I’ve been reading in my quiet times with God! Thanks for (re) posting is Lisa!
Umm.. that should be *it* not is… :)
Hi, I’m with thekytikat. I just found your wonderful site and would love to join in, but maybe I should do some studies on my own and then start with you next time.
Thanks, Sher :)