Sunday, November 18, 2018

Who Do You Say I AM

"Who do you say I AM?"   That is what I heard on October 22, 2018, on the way to Bible Study.  God was pretty insistent that night.  He asked again, "Who do you say I AM?"  This is the conversation that I had with God that night, and I wrote it down, because I knew I was supposed to share it with you.

My answer, "God, Jesus, the Holy Spirit."
"Do you recognize the signs?"
"Did  they recognize the signs, the people of that time?"
"What  were the signs?"  
"Did  the Apostles know?" 
"What  are the signs now?  Because we know He is coming again."
"Are  we ready, are you ready?"

God's questions were so insistent that night.  Insistent that I remember and share this with all of you.  He is coming and there are signs that are being fulfilled all of the time, and we must know what they are so that we can be ready.  

The next part of the conversation went like this.  "Who do you say I am?"  Me not Him.  

"You know me.
Every hair on my head.
My name before I was born.
You sent Jesus for my salvation.
You say I am a Child of God.
You say I am loved." I answered.

Our job, yours and mine is to know the signs.  How do we do that?  We must know the Word, we must read the Bible.  It is so important, because we do not want to be asleep at the wheel.  God loves us all and does not want anyone left behind.

Have a blessed day.

He said to them, "But who do you say that I am?"
Simon Peter answered and said, "You are the Christ, the Son of the living God."

Matthew 16:15-16


  1. I read your post on Sunday but didn't want to reply on my phone. I came back today to comment on it, and it helped to have a couple of days to ponder and "let it gel" in my mind. This is very thought-provoking, Debi...questions we all must answer. Hugs!

    1. Hi Kim,
      Thanks so much for sending me a message. It's hard because we know a lot of the answers, but when I was writing the post, I knew I was not to answer the questions for the first part. Each person needs to look for the answers themselves.

      How are you doing? Are you feeling any better? How is you chemo going? I miss seeing your posts. Have a great Thanksgiving.

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