"I Ams" of Jesus in the Book of John
When one reads "God" in the Old Testament, his mind automatically thinks of God the Father. However, when one reads the term "God," it may also refer to God the Son, or God the Holy Spirit. Each person in the Godhead is "God" and possesses the attributes of the Divine Nature. So, as one examines this term "I AM," he should not exclusively think of the Father, but also of Jesus and the Holy Spirit.
The "I AM" statements in the book of John all say something very specific about Jesus and His work. The 13 lessons in this study guide one to a deeper insight into Jesus' relationship to the divine nature and His role in saving us from our sins.