The Great I AM is a WE and an US

The Great I AM is a WE and an US January 11, 2022
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Today’s post is a very special one for me. First, because I get to share something with you that I wrote around 3 a.m. a few days ago that really felt like an “A-ha” moment for me.

But, after I share that you need to stick around to see how that turned into something even more amazing just a few days later.

So, here’s what I wrote a few days ago:

Why can’t I stop thinking about God?

Maybe because God can’t stop thinking about me?

“My thoughts of you are more numerous than the grains of sand on the beaches of earth.” [Ps. 139:17]

Why can’t I stop writing songs about God?

Maybe because God can’t stop singing songs of rejoicing over us?

“I am with you,

I am mighty to save,

I rejoice over you

with singing.” [Zeph. 3:17]

Did you know God has a favorite song?

There is a song in heaven the angels can not stop singing?

It goes like this:

“Peace on earth!

Goodwill to all people!

A child is born,

A son is given,

His name is Love,

God with us!

And the Kingdom of Love

Shall have no end.

Let Love reign!

Let Love rule!

Let Love and Peace come to you.”

The Great “I AM” is a

“We” and an “Us”

God is “We”

God is “Us”

God’s pronouns are

“We” and “Us”

God is “We”

God is “Us”


After sharing that privately on my Patreon page, and over at my Square 1 community page, something really wonderful happened: My friend Jo Olivia sent me a note along with this video of herself playing a song that she wrote and recorded using my post above as inspiration for the lyrics.

Here’s her note:
“You wrote the most incredible post on Friday about God singing over us and as I read the words almost instantly a tune came to me and a little song formed within half an hour using your amazing words!”

Here’s the video of herself singing the song:

Wow. Pretty amazing stuff, huh?
It really gives me so much joy to think that what I write can touch and inspire others to create beautiful music, and lyrics, and poems, and who knows what else, to touch and inspire even more people I’ve never even met.
If this blesses you, please share it with your friends online. Let’s keep the love flowing!


Quoir Publishing is proud to sponsor this amazing event in Nashville, TN and we would love to meet you there!It’s called AWAKEN 2022 and it’s the perfect opportunity to hear from a few of our best-selling authors as they share their stories of healing and provide hope for your spiritual journey out of toxic religious systems and into more freedom, joy and a deeper connection with God and others.
Details: AWAKEN 2022 will take place Friday, March 18 and Saturday, March 19 at the lovely Spero Dei Church in Nashville, TN. 
OUR VISION: To engage in dialog about questions of faith and doubt, like:Is there life after religion? How do we approach Scripture after deconstruction?How does toxic religion sabotage spiritual and human development?
What is the mental and emotional aftermath of spiritual abuse?
How can I embrace mystery and let go of my need to always be right?
Am I the only one who feels or thinks this way?
How can I discover my own inner spiritual guru?
Our guides for these conversations will be:
  • Jim Palmer 
  • Desimber Rose
  • Michelle Collins
  • Keith Giles
  • Todd Vick
  • Brandon Dragan 
PLUS: We’ll enjoy an exclusive private concert performance by Derek Webb on Saturday night.
AWAKEN 2022 will be our opportunity to find common ground and discover practical resources for reconstructing our faith outside of any religious framework.EARLY-BIRD DISCOUNT: We’ve extended our $99 Early-Bird rates until Jan. 22, so there’s still time to register at our lowest rate for a few more weeks!REGISTER TODAY>
Keith Giles is the author of the 7-part best-selling “Jesus Un” book series from Quoir Publishing. His latest -and final book – in this series, Jesus Unarmed: How The Prince Of Peace Disarms Our Violence is available now.  Keith is also the host of Second Cup with Keith [a new solo podcast available now on the Ethos Radio App, for Apple and Android and on Spotify; and the Heretic Happy Hour Podcast [along with co-hosts Matthew Distefano, Dr. Katy Valentine, and Derek Day], and the new Imaginary Lines YouTube Channel with poet Darrell Epp. He and his wife, Wendy, currently live in El Paso, TX and work with Peace Catalyst International.

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