Who am I 

...according to God?

I am loved, wanted and accepted…

      John 1:12       I am a child of God, by His choice! 

      Ps 139:13-16  God personally knit me together in my mother’s womb. He wanted me

        1 John 3:1      I am a child of God and He delights in me.

       Rom 5:8    God demonstrated His love for me by sending His Son to die in my place.

     Heb 4:14-16   I have direct access to God and His throne room through Jesus Christ.

      Rom 8:38-39 Nothing can ever separate me from the love of God.

 

      I am forgiven 

      2 Cor 5:17 I am a new creation in Christ. My past will not be held against me.

       Rom 8:1-2 I am free forever from all condemnation. 

       Col 1:13 I have been rescued from darkness and established in the kingdom of light 

         Eph 1:1, 4 I am a saint, holy and blameless in His sight. 

         2 Cor 5:21 I am declared righteous by God. 

          Rom 5:1 I have peace with God. 

   

     I am important  

     Rom 8:17 I am a co-heir with Jesus Christ. 

      Eph 2:10 I am His workmanship, created to do good works. 

       Phil 2:13 God works in me to will and to act according to His purposes. 

          Phil 1:6 God will continue to perfect His work in me. 

       Acts 28:16ff God called me as a servant and witness of what He has done in my life. 

        1 Cor 3:16 I am a temple of the Holy Spirit who lives in me.

   

    I am competent

Phil 4:13 I can do all things through Christ who gives me strength. 

        2 Tim 1:7 God did not give me a spirit of fear but of power, love and self discipline. 

 

Many people have told me what they think of me by their words and actions. Based on their opinions and

my own experiences, I’ve formed beliefs about who I am.

 

But what really matters is who God says I am.

 

 

My Identity

Satan's Lie

God's Truth

I am a sinner, inherently flawed and therefore unlovable. I am a child of God who sins on occasion. God has declared me righteous. 
I receive my identity from what people say about me I receive my identity from what God says about me.What I or others think about me is irrelevant.
I base my value upon what I have or can accomplish I base my value upon the purpose for which God created and called me.
My behaviours confirm what I believe about myself. God’s purpose and opinion of me determines my behaviour

 

 

 

“We demolish arguments and every pretension that sets itself up against the knowledge of God and we take captive every thought and make it obedient to Christ." 2 CORINTHIANS 10:5