Sunday, March 18, 2012

334. Who You Were Made to Be

For many believers the Christian life revolves around "doing." But if we could get more focused on resting in our new identity in Christ, our new life in Him would revolve more around "being" rather than doing. Religion has suggested we are unworthy servants that God gets frustrated with due to a lack of performance. This week we begin a discussion about how God really thinks about you. He has deemed you worthy of glory and honor; an individual with value and worth. Much more than we could have ever imagined.

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  1. Indeed, Howard. As the "GIG-Bite" above mentions (the short clip after the episode description), we do do things. The difference, however, is found in whether or not we simply see ourselves as being saved so that we can do, do, do for God, or if we see ourselves as "beings" who God created so that we could enjoy "being," and enjoy Him and each other, and have some great 'doing' stuff flow naturally out of all that.

  2. As long as it is all God and none of me, I desire for the inward man my born again me (Holy Ghost)to lead, which puts me out of the way, looking for that to be always for I still from time to time serve the law of sin and death with my flesh, and stand back up reckoning my flesh to be dead,learning from God The Father of Christ through the Spirit of truth, thanking him for the eternal forgiveness in appreciation, with out this I would have to have all my members cut off and would be able to go to heaven as a torso, with no ability of communication, thank God for his grace, thank God his grace is sufficient for me as Paul claimed, Howard