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I AM

I AM

I am that which I state I am
In Exodus 3:14, God said to Moses,“I am who I am.” “I
am” is an expression of God,and what we affirm by using
the “I am” becomes our truth.We are the unique micro of
the macrocosm.As we expand our ability not to set things
right but to see them right, we are able to see beyond any
appearance of separation.
God’s name is on everything.When we affirm with an
open heart the “I am” within us, we are able to see the “I
am” within all people, through all things and within all of
nature.We are able to let go and let God,and though we
do not understand what we see with human eyes, we
believe that ultimately all is well. God is everywhere
present in all things, conditions and circumstances.

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