For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.I have identity issues. Ephesians 2:10
You have identity issues. I have identity issues.
In fact we all have issues about who we really are.
Fur instance: Do people accept me for who I am? Am I good enough? Do I need to make more money? Am I in the right job? Could I be doing better for myself and my family? Do we get along with others? Do I have strong moral values? Do others get along with us? Can other people trust us? Do we trust other people?
If we’re honest many times many of us walk around in a cloud of confusion wondering what our true identity really is.
For many of us our identity is born from our self-image– what we think of ourselves. And what we think of ourselves determines our attitudes and our behavior. Some self-help books tell us to build a better self-image we need to accept ourselves and love ourselves more. This is a world view–and patently false
God has other ideas about our true identity. During February we’ll be exploring God’s Word and his instructions about our true identity. And it has nothing to do with the world. So keep reading For His Glory (. Prayerfully we’ll be discovering what our true identity in Christ is and how we can learn to live out of it.