Sunday, December 19, 2010

271. Continuously Reminding Ourselves of Who We Are

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Peter mentions some of the qualities of the new nature that we've become partakers of, such as knowledge, self-control, perseverance, godliness and brotherly kindness, etc, and says that the person who lacks these things has forgotten that he has already been cleansed (past tense) from his past sins. When we do things that don't line up with our new nature/new identity, it doesn't change who we are, but perhaps we have simpy forgotten who we are, or not appropriated the truth of who we are.

One of the overall purposes of our Growing in Grace programs is to provide constant reminders of who we already are in Christ, which will hopefully help people to grow in their knowledge of their identity and nature and in walking in it more and more steadily.

Here's this week's short GIG-Bite, a quick sample of this week's program.

This week we joked around about the special "Growing in Grace Coffee Mug" created by our friend Leonard. Here's a pic of it. :)

Check out the original post that inspired the mug (read through the comments on the link). "Brother Slick" is Joel's alter ego. :)

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the giggles guy's also great show and new site looks super :)