The Seven "I AM" Statement Of Jesus

I AM the True Vine

April 18, 2021 • John Anderson

Many people just exist, without much purpose in this life. But God intended so much more for His children, those who are connected to the Vine, the Lord Jesus Christ. There is no such thing as an unfruitful Christian! So just how do we develop a life of consistent fruit bearing for the glory of God?

I Am the Way, the Truth, and the Life

April 11, 2021 • John Anderson

In an uncertain and unstable world today, many are searching for answers and fo truth to life's meaning and purpose. the Bible presents in very clear terms the answer to all of those questions. Jesus is the answer!

I Am The Resurrection and the Life

April 4, 2021 • John Anderson

There’s a vast difference between knowing about Jesus and believing on Him for salvation. At the tomb of Lazarus, Jesus showed His power over physical death. In our spiritual lives, Jesus shows His power over sin and Satan by making us spiritually alive when we place our trust and faith in Him alone for salvation.

I Am The Good Shepherd

March 28, 2021 • John Anderson

Jesus is the Door that leads us out of the fold of dangerous and dead religions. He is the Good Shepherd that leads us into the flock of righteousness and relationship with Him!

I AM the Door

March 21, 2021 • John Anderson

The Jewish scribes and Pharisees were steeped in religion, but lacked any relationship with the true Shepherd of Israel, the Lord Jesus Christ. They resented His claim that, “Before Abraham was, I AM.” Jesus stepped on to the scene and claimed to be God, and the Good Shepherd of God’s people. In Him we have true salvation and satisfaction!

I AM the Light of the World

March 14, 2021 • John Anderson

All of the religious feasts that Israel celebrated were a picture of the coming Messiah, Jesus Christ. He is the image, the perfect picture of God the Father. In the LIGHT we have life! Then we can go and light our world.

I AM the Bread of Life

March 7, 2021 • John Anderson

Just like the Israelites who wanted a king who would meet their physical and material needs, we often look to things other than Jesus to satisfy our longings and give us contentment. Satisfaction starts in the soul and works its way out, and that only comes when we make the Lord Jesus Christ our source of happiness and blessing!