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I am who I am - a Christian perspective
When asked for a name by which God should be identified to the Egyptian Pharaoh who had enslaved His people, God told Moses to simply call Him "I AM"--a reference to God's eternal, omnipotent sovereignty.


"I Am" in the Bible: Exodus 3:14
Of all the names attributed to God in the Bible, "I AM" is one of the most intriguing. With this name, God declares His eternal, everpresent existence, and reveals that He has existed and always will, throughout all of history. It was a breathtaking declaration, and something that the false gods of Egypt in Moses' day could never match.