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Summary: An overview of the Hebrew word "he nay nee" as spoken to God by followers and its powerful influence on their walk with God

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“He Nay Nee”

7 who said “He Nay Nee”

1. Abraham (Gen 22)

2. Jacob (Gen 31,46)

3. Moses (Exodus 3)

4. Samuel (1 Samuel 3)

5. David (Psalm 40)

6. Isaiah (Isaiah 6)

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7 who said “He Nay Nee”

1. Abraham (Gen 22)

2. Jacob (Gen 31,46)

3. Moses (Exodus 3)

4. Samuel (1 Samuel 3)

5. David (Psalm 40)

6. Isaiah (Isaiah 6)

7. Jesus (Hebrews 10)

He Nay Nee means… “Here I am”

Philippians 2:5-8 (TNIV) “have the same attitude of mind Christ Jesus had: Who, being in very nature God, did not consider equality with God something to be used to his own advantage; rather, he made himself nothing by taking the very nature of a servant, …he humbled himself by becoming obedient…”

Romans 12:1 Therefore I urge you, brethren, by the mercies of God, to present your bodies a living and holy sacrifice, acceptable to God,

which is your spiritual service of worship.

How would your life change if you said “He Nay Nee” to God?

Bonus:

8. God (Isaiah 58:9a) “You will call out to me for help. And I will answer you. You will cry out. And I will say, ’Here I am.’ …”


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