“Hear, O Israel! The LORD is our God, the LORD is one!”
I AM sharing from my journal today. I hope you will gain from what Father God, Lord Jesus; Holy Spirit has spoken to my heart. You must determine for yourself if it is inspired or not. It may seem cryptic but consider it in phrases or portions. I pray you will be instructed as I was.
I AM convinced I must prepare from the right perspective.
Instruction is encouragement in the beginning stages of change.
Accountability is the word I associate with these notes; in my meetings with I AM in His addressing what may be my need alone?
My use of “I AM” in my notes is because I was impressed to do so in my spirit. Not to point to me but to point to I AM who wants to be, not just in me but a definer of me through His greater Way. As Jonathon Cahn refers to in his book “Word Mysteries” we use the phrase “I am” constantly as a preface to describing ourselves. God is to be first in who we are, in all we are.
“Do, so you can be and say I AM.”
“I AM who, (or that,) I AM. (Ex 3:14, NASB, KJV) Thinking of Him, I asked myself, I AM (so) that I AM?
I was then appealing in prayer, “(Lord) “If You can find in me what it takes to be…(then I realized) …You must find You… in me.”
The great I AM must be in me. There is no limit to what I AM to be in You, in me, in You, in me, in You, in me, ad infinitum…
Can He not say, “I AM, (for My names sake) I AM.”
“For My names sake I will,” do the opposite of what you deserve so that I AM according to what I choose to do, therefore I AM, your salvation, as My name says I AM.”
“You are according to what you choose to do, therefore who are you? What would you declare and is it the truth?”
“You can call that which isn’t as though it were, (Romans 4:17) “I AM a child of God, a joint heir with Jesus,” and it will be as you act upon your declaration.” Then it is the truth, even while not yet fully achieved. 1 John 3:7 (NASB) ”Little children, make sure no one deceives you; the one who practices righteousness is righteous, just as He is righteous;…”
All can say “I AM a sinner in need of salvation.” In that phrase He is the beginning and the end, and that is the truth while we are on the journey, running the race, working out our salvation. I AM BE-coming, until my actual salvation occurs in death or the Lord’s return.
We must maintain what was freely given to us. Call it bearing fruit. “Do so that you can be and say I AM.”
We are assured as we do because then we confidently know, I AM.
I AM saved as I offer to others that which saved ME.” (“Forgive them Father they know not what they do.”)
Understand, if the I AM is in you He must prevail. “We have God when we give God!”
I AM restored to Salvation’s path if I repent and give what I should have given in the first place.
God knows who I am when He sees Himself in me.
Do I need to say embrace? Do I need to say gratitude? Do I need to say wisdom or Christ’s example?
Christ in me, Christ in the Father, I in Christ, therefore I can say I AM, to His glory, and in truth to the peace of my soul.
“If we remain in His grip, how far from His heart can we be!”
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