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What does the passage in Exodus chapter 3, verse 14 mean?

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In the Bible, Exodus chapter 3, verse 14 is interpreted by Christians to mean that God is the supreme being of the universe, and the verse also describes God's constancy and dependability in fulfilling his promises to his followers. In this verse, God was talking to the Christian prophet Moses.

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The verse was a response to the question Moses asked about what name he should call God when speaking to the Israelites about God's power to deliver them from captivity in Egypt. The phrase in the verse, "I am who I am," is the meaning of the Hebrew word "Yahweh," which is a name used to describe God in the Christian religion.

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