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Understanding Bible Truths – The God Verse – Who is God


A look at Exodus 3:14

There is a question asked in the Bible that is only asked one time and found in only one book. I call it the God verse. The reason I call it the God verse is because it is the only time in scripture that a man directly asks God the Father His name. He replies with an answer that it all-encompassing.

There is a dialog between God and Moses in Exodus. Moses has just heard God speaking to Him from a burning bush, so he is a little rattled to say the least. God is telling him to go to Egypt and he has no courage to do so. First he asks of God, “who am I”. Basically Moses is saying, I am nobody, I cannot do what you are asking. God tells him not to worry because He will be with him.

This is a great post by Darrell over at This is about God’s name, and who God is…very well written article with more to it then the title suggests. Give this a read, you won’t be sorry.
While you are there, check out the rest of Darrell’s blog and let him know you stopped by!

You can read the full article here, Registered & Protected

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Author: πίστις

A prodigal for many years, I eventually found my way back to Jesus through several difficult trials. I write with the hope that I can bless others who have struggled as I have. I seek through Christ to present the truth, and lead others to the cross of Calvary. Jesus is the Way, the Truth, and the Life. There is no other. In 2014 Greg Holt founded The Olive Branch Report, a premier Christian news service. Please visit Greg Holt on the web: Inspirational Christian Blogs, & The Olive Branch Report

2 thoughts on “Understanding Bible Truths – The God Verse – Who is God

  1. Thanks for the repost… Humbled..blessings Darrell

  2. You are more then welcome! Your writing is very good, I am blessed by it as are others I am sure.

Luke 21:36 "Watch therefore, and pray always that you may be counted worthy to escape all these things that will come to pass, and to stand before the Son of Man."

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