The Theology of Pronouns!

When Moses asked God to identify Himself in Genesis 3:14, the Lord answered in Hebrew, “YHWH,” which we translate as Yahweh or Anglicize as Jehovah. Either way it means, “I AM Who I AM.”

I AM I.

In Roman numerals, a capital I = one.

I AM One.

Over and over, God tells individuals, “I AM with you,” for example in Jeremiah 30:11, Ezekiel 37:14, and Acts 18:10, but in John 14:20, Jesus speaks to all of His followers:

“Then you will know I AM in My Father and you in Me and I in you.”

Jesus Christ is One with God.
We are One in Christ.
I AM One is with us and in us.

We are One!

Praise God!

So be it.

Amen.

Mary Harwell Sayler, ©2018

Author: Mary Sayler

Mary Harwell Sayler writes in all genres for Christian, educational, and indie publishers. Her works include 36 books for children and adults and over 2,500 poems, articles, and other short manuscripts placed in journals, anthologies, and e-zines. She also blogs about prayer, poetry, writing, and the Bible and works with other poets and writers through one-on-one critiques, edits, and poetry development for a small fee.

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