When we come to God He gives us a whole new identity as his children. We have access to all his resources. Yet, so often, we continue to see ourselves as we once were.
Who ARE you?
With everyone showcasing their highlight reels on social media, it’s easy to focus on our own behind-the-scenes footage and compare. I've got it all together, I swear.
As you don your nation's emblems this week, consider how you came to freedom.
It's not a sin to be hip: but what if Jesus called you to kill the cool?
Listen to how incredible you are. Let the words sink in until the lies that harm you begin to melt away.
You are awesome! You are full of more amazing qualities, traits, and virtues than you could imagine, given to you by the Lord who loves you.
Who do you think you are?
How do you define yourself? Is it based on what you do or on who you are to God?
When a woman knows who she is, why she is, and what she’s supposed to do, she may be dressed in thrift store specials and be absolutely gorgeous.
If we put conditions on the love we give ourselves, how then can we love others unconditionally?
So many of us base our self-worth on our looks, accomplishments, or the unrealistic standards we set for ourselves. But it doesn’t have to be this way.
Do I REALLY matter to God?
Has anyone ever experienced an identity crisis?
Who we are in God is more important than anything else in the world.
There is nothing wrong with looking good and being healthy, but too often we fall into the comparison trap. We can easily forget the opinion that matters most of all.
Jesus is a treasure trove of resources. You need to know how to draw upon his inexhaustible love, wisdom, power, and forgiveness by faith.
As God’s beloved child, your identity isn't found in what you do, what role you play, or even your outward appearance.
Taking everything on your shoulders is doing your family a disservice. You might end up so worn out you have nothing left to give, and your family won't be learning servanthood either.
Who you are doesn't have to remain a mystery. God has clearly told you all you are in his eyes.
I was horrified to discover that I had become the very thing I had hated and feared all my life — a heartless, insensitive bully who tore into people by mercilessly attacking their weaknesses.