I Am That I Am

Empowering affirmation meditation. Listen with an open mind- take what you need and what resonates with you and discard the rest.

Best listened to with stereo headphones.

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One thought on “I Am That I Am

  1. “I Am That I Am” if taken from the account of Moses in the Bible is a mistranslation. The verb is in the future tense. The NIV in a footnote gives a more accurate, though less traditional translation as:

    Exodus 3:14 Or I will be what I will be

    Author Joseph J. Dewey probably gives the best translation as “I am becoming what I choose to become,” meaning God is changing and not an eternal “I AM.” All perfection is relative and God is not absolutely perfect. Nothing is.

    lwk

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