Who do you think you are? It can be a question of self-accusation, or an entry point into a new level of confidence in your identity in Christ. Every challenge you face to your true identity in Christ can be your entry point to a new level of relationship with Him, and a discovery of who you really are because of that. Your true identity will never manifest from a place of fear. Only in the place of perfect love. Identity and destiny are both relational and functional, just let relationship take the lead.
Follow Through Question:
- Think of an area of your life where you feel safer being small and unnoticed. Imagine that Jesus has slipped a note in your pocket to encourage you. What might it say?
- 2 Samuel 22:29-27
- Philippians 2:15
- Matthew 5:14-16
- John 17:23
- 2 Corinthians 4:7
- 1 Corinthians 1:26-27
- Psalm 105:19
PDF of “Our Deepest Fear” https://drive.google.com/file/d/1T-6WM62EhdZlffzmJf2RhyvyF8hIlWoK/view?usp=sharing
This week’s question comes from a portion of Chapter 2 of The Image, “Our Greatest Fear.”
The Image series follows themes from the book “The Image: Experience Your Life From God’s Perspective” by Allison Bown. Purchasing your own copy is not needed in order to watch the series on BTV. Since many people do like to read along, the book is available as a softcover or eBook through Brilliant Book House: https://www.brilliantbookhouse.com/products/the-image
Color photography images of Half Dome by Michael Frye at www.michaelfrye.com Used with permission