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

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