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January 22 - Morning

Moses said to God,
"Suppose I go to the Israelites and say to them,
‘The God of your fathers has sent me to you,’
and they ask me,
‘What is his name?’
Then what shall I tell them?” 
God said to Moses,
“I am who I am.
This is what you are to say to the Israelites:
‘I am has sent me to you.’ ” 

Exodus 3:13-14

Sunset on the Sea of Galilee; Click to go to next devotion  
Tell Them, " 'I AM' has Sent Me to You"    

In the Hebrew the question, “What is his name?”, is not asking if his name is Yahweh, or Baal, or Ra or Isis. The Hebrew word mah translated “what?” is looking for information concerning the meaning of the name and the power that god has. In other words, “What can this God do for us in this situation?” Remember, Egypt was full of gods that included:

  • Ra the Sun god,
  • Hathor the music god,
  • Sekhmet the god of destruction,
  • Nut the sky god,
  • Geb the god of the earth,
  • Osiris the god of the dead,
  • Seth the desert god,
  • Horus god of pharaoh,
  • Isis the god of magic,
  • Thoth god of wisdom,
  • Anubis the god of embalming,
  • Ma’at the god of justice,
  • Amun the god of creation,
  • Bastet the cat god
  • …plus, a hundred more.

What did this God of Moses bring to the game in Egypt, a land that was already swamped with gods of every kind of power, for every type of being and from every realm? What is the power, the authority, the realm this God Yahweh controls and operates in? Will he be able to help us against the god Atum who created everything including himself? Will Moses' God be able to compete with the god Shu who separated the earth from the sky and creates the cool, dry air? Would the gods Khnum and Hapi, the gods of the Nile, be too much for Yahweh? Or, the fertility gods Hapi and Heqt, who are depicted as frogs, be more than Yahweh could handle. What about the gods of health and healing? Sekhmet, Serapis and Imhotep could strike the Israelites with diseases if Yahweh made these gods who controlled epidemics and healing angry.

Yahweh answered Moses question: “I am who I am!” Moses was to tell the nation of Abraham’s descendents, “ ‘I am’ has sent me to you.”

“I am” will rock these minor league gods. “I am” doesn’t merely have power over the power of the sun. “I am” doesn’t simply use the resources in the desert. Nor is “I am” a cat, or a bird, or a frog. “I am” is the eternal self-existing God who is the source of all thought, wisdom, life, creation, power, light…everything, including these rebel spirits posing as deities. Moses is to tell Israel, “Yahweh has this.” They are not to worry.

  Christian Quote from Church History

""To be an atheist requires
an infinitely greater measure
of faith than to receive all
the great truths which
atheism would deny."
- Joseph Addison


Something to Ponder??


- 81% of the 4.7 billion non-Christians live in Asia

- 32 of the 37 non-Christian nations with under 10% of
their population being
Christian are in Asia

Hebrew and Greek Word Study   Facts and Information
Naqam (Hb) - Vengeance (Eng) - naqam is the Hebrew word that means “vengeance.”  
The Lord is portrayed as being righteous in vengeance because he is holy, just and omniscient.
Men are to leave naqam  in the hands of God. 

A geological survey of the southern 1/3 of the Dead Sea has had a large amount of asphalt, petroleum and natural gas identified in the ground. These findings are in agreement with the tar pits mentioned in Genesis 14:10 and could also explain the explosion of Genesis 19:4. These petroleum and natural gas deposits could have been released from the earth as the result of an earthquake which were stuck by lightning. The result of such an event would be “the Lord rained down burning sulfur on Sodom and Gomorrah—from the Lord out of the heavens.” (Genesis 19:24)

Confession to Action   Facts and Information
Do I realize how valuable other people's opinion of me is?
Do I understand the advantage that comes with a good reputation?
I will honor God with my lifestyle, but I will also seek to build a
good, moral, trustworthy reputation in the eyes of people.
  "A good name is more desirable than great riches;
    to be esteemed is better than silver or gold."
- Proverbs 22:1
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Robinson's Arch, Jerusalem Nehemiah's Wall in Jerusalem 445 BC
The remains of stores, or shops, setting under Robinson's Arch against the Western Wall of the Temple Mount retaining wall at the SW corner. The pavement and curb of the New Testament road that ran along the entire west wall of the Temple and continued down south to the Pool of Siloam.
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