3 Comments on I Am What I Am

  1. May I boldly say “Amen!” and also give a plug for my book of the same name! The statement Paul makes, “But by the grace of God I Am What I Am” is not a acknowledgment of his carnal self that says, “I can’t help it; I am who I am.” Rather, the spirit inspired words are a proclamation of Paul’s seeing his true self in Christ that “as Jesus is so are we in this world.” If you want to see who the Lord by His grace made you to be, then one need only to look into the perfect law of liberty, the revelation of JESUS and the new man. My book “By the Grace of God I Am What I Am” expounds on this vital and wonderful truth. Thanks, Paul.

  2. Your words really has touched me. Hope everybody could read this.

  3. roshaneaso@gmail.com // December 17, 2015 at 11:01 pm // Reply

    No more detention! These trials in life are momentary and lite compared to the glory that will be revealed in us when the true Sons of God are revealed.

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