1. Hi Keri,
      I’m so blessed to hear that what I shared ministered to you! You are so right about how easy it is to put our identity in other things!

  1. Thank you for sharing this message. It was so very timely for me. I was recently reminded of my desire to live authentically and I believe that God pointed me here this morning to show me that I’ve got to know who I am in order to be true to that. So, the only way for me to truly live authentically is to see what my Author says about me. And your message and the scriptures that accompany it were just the reminder I needed!

    God bless you! And be encouraged that your sharing and messages are reaching many and encouraging them! Love ya 🙂

    1. Kyndall.
      I love what you shared about being authentic! Thanks for that and for your kind words about what I share here. It brought a smile to my face. 🙂

  2. Thank you for that beautiful reminder to remember and act like the daughter of the King that I am. Loved your differentiation of roles and identity.

  3. (I hope you accept comments from husbands.) I think your Scripture points stating our identity in Christ are great. I am going to put them to memory. The conclusion you present I will have to think about. It doesn’t yet compute. I struggle even now to find my identity in Christ, even though I have been a Christian since I was 4 years old. I want to put my faith in what I am capable of rather than putting my faith in my identity as a child of the King. I feel God has given me certain talents and gifts and if I use them for his glory then I am on the right track. But, I seem to like a backup plan just in case “God doesn’t come through.” Isn’t that crazy to feel that way?

    1. Hi Mike,
      Welcome here. I think it’s a constant pursuit of the Christ-follower to keep holding on to what the Scriptures say about who we are instead of how we’re feeling that particular day about ourselves. Our minds need to be renewed daily.

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