Who Do I Say I Am?

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YHVH (Yaweh) is the most sacred name of God, I AM! When God sent Moses to the Israelites he said to tell them “I Am” sent him. What a great and mighty name, yet we use it all the time and don’t even acknowledge or recognize we are using the name of Father.

When I introduce myself I say, “I am Stacy”. When I describe myself I say, “I am sad” or “I am angry” or “I am excited”.

Jonathan Cahn stated it best when he said, “It (I Am) is woven into the fabric of existence that when you speak of yourself, you must say His name. It is because your existence comes from His existence. Your I am only exists because of HIS I Am.”

One of my focuses for 2017 is to speak more kindly to myself and about myself. After receiving this revelation it is fueling me to fill myself up with the creative and encouraging words about who I am. It is opening me up to be more reflective about who’s I am.

I Am Stacy. I Am the daughter of the creator of the cosmos. I Am an heir. I Am an overcomer. I Am a friend of Christ. I Am fearfully and wonderfully made. I Am a daughter of destiny. I Am good. I Am important. I Am an open vessel ready to receive all that the great and mighty I AM has for me!

As you walk into 2017 take this revelation and hold it close to your heart. Use it to find the resolve to speak of yourself from your original place of existence – I AM!

Isaiah 40:28, 2 Cor 6:16-18, Rom 8:17, 1 John 5:4-5,
John 15:15, Psalm 139:14-15, Jeremiah 29:11, 1 Tim 4:4,
1 Peter 1:3-5

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One thought on “Who Do I Say I Am?

  1. What a profound perspective! This will drastically shift how I look at how I communicate and think about myself. Thank you for sharing!!

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