Who Does God Say We Are?

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Often times we let ourselves be dispirited because of what others say about us.  We think about it over and over and meditate on it.  Today I want to encourage you to see yourself not as man sees you but as God himself see’s you.  Let’s search the scriptures, and find out who we are!

  • We are fearfully and wonderfully made !  Psalm 139:14
  • We are the apple of his eye!   Deuteronomy 7:6
  • We are his treasured possession!   Philippians4:8
  • We are a child of God!   John 1:12
  • We are made in the image of God!   Genesis 1:27
  • We are a friend of Jesus!   John 15:15
  • We are fellow heirs with Jesus!   Romans 8:17
  • Our body is the temple of the Holy SpiritI Corinthians 6:17
  • We are the righteousness of God in Christ!   II Corinthians 5:21
  • We are holy and blameless before God!   Ephesians 1:4
  • We are redeemed and forgiven by the grace of Christ! Ephesians 1:7
  • We are God’s workmanship created to produce good work!   Ephesians 2:10

Let us hold our head high and be proud of who and who’s we are!

Words from God …

Hallelujah!

To God be all the Glory.  I truly am glad to be back!  I have heard from my heavenly Father, telling me to stop fighting battles that are not mine.  He is victorious, and has already won every battle for me already.  I just need to relax and enjoy the victory!  I am his daughter, a child of the King of Kings.  I had forgotten I am his princess!  Thank you God for the reminder!  Indeed He is truly magnificent.

During my sabbatical, I was also reminded praise is not an option it is necessary!  Praise is vital to our life as a Christian.  We must stop being so conservative, we must not be ashamed of Christ, his Word has warned that if are ashamed of Him before man, He will be ashamed of us before His Father (Luke 9:26).

I was also reminded that the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart must be acceptable in the sight of the Lord.(Psalm 19:14).  I have heard this scripture since my youth, however I am actually being taught to be more aware of my words and even my thoughts.  They are to speak life not death.  The power of both life and death are in the tongue (Proverbs 18:21).  Many times we are careless with our words.  This must stop!  I look forward to growing in Christ, seeking to satisfy my hunger for Him.  Lord make me more like you!