Changes

Jump to navigation Jump to search
144 bytes removed ,  10 years ago
no edit summary
Line 5: Line 5:  
When Moses asked God his name, God replied: ''I AM THAT I AM'' <ref name="Exodus 3:14"> Exodus 3:14</ref>.  The Name "I Am" ('''הוה''') is the last three letters of the Hebrew word for "the existing One", and is the present tense of the Hebrew language.  The Name "I Am" and "the existing One" are names of God that refer to his glory before the world began, and to his continuing glory and supreme dominion.   
 
When Moses asked God his name, God replied: ''I AM THAT I AM'' <ref name="Exodus 3:14"> Exodus 3:14</ref>.  The Name "I Am" ('''הוה''') is the last three letters of the Hebrew word for "the existing One", and is the present tense of the Hebrew language.  The Name "I Am" and "the existing One" are names of God that refer to his glory before the world began, and to his continuing glory and supreme dominion.   
   −
In the New Testament, a great light later appeared to Paul the Apostle, and a voice said: "I am Jesus of Nazareth, whom thou persecutest".  Jesus also said of himself: "before Abraham was, I am." The "I Am" is the eternal and only God of the Old Testament.  He is also the eternal and only God of the New Testament. His name is Jesus. 
+
In the New Testament, a great light appeared to Paul the Apostle, and a voice said: "I am Jesus of Nazareth, whom thou persecutest".  Jesus also said of himself: "before Abraham was, I am."  
    
{| style="width:800px;"
 
{| style="width:800px;"

Navigation menu