Exodus 3:11 (KJV) And Moses said unto God, Who am I, that I should go unto Pharaoh, and that I should bring forth the children of Israel out of Egypt?

A. One of the thickest walls people build around themselves is the “Who Am I” wall

B. The question, “Who Am I” is a question of self-doubt; it is a question of discreditation

C. The question, “Who Am I” can be interpreted as saying, “I’m Nobody”

D. The “Who Am I” wall keeps people from reaching beyond their social norm, their status quo, and their societal bar

E. The “Who Am I” wall compares you to “Who They Are”

F. The “Who Am I” wall comes from examining yourself though the eyes of some else’s success

G. The “Who Am I” wall can only be broken down by finding out “Who You Are” in the Word of God

H. Once Moses learned “Who He Was”, he became a miracle worker

I. You are the most important person to the plan of God in the earth

J. You are a member of the most elite group on the planet – The Believers

K. You are the temple the Holy Spirit

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Dr. Bryant Bell