Your new identity in Christ enables you to focus on the long-term future, with hope. You can move forward to the future God has planned for you.
Tag: God’s Amazing Grace
Finding your identity in Christ will make you discover your priorities in life. His values will set your priorities.
As your identity in Christ helps you see what your limited responsibilities are, you retain the choice of saying yes to God and saying no to other things.
If you want to know how to find your identity in Christ, then simply spend time exploring it in the beautiful family God has given you.
This week in Battle Drill Daily Devotionals we explore why it is important to know your identity in Christ.
What is my identity in Christ? It’s easy to lose sight of our true identity. But as Christians, we have a unique and powerful identity that sets us apart.
Does God forgive all sins? Yes! Like Joseph of Egypt, God delights in giving us second chances. We can have a second chance today to fulfil his purposes for us.
The Bible says that no matter what life storms we are going through at the moment, Jesus intercedes for us. He loves us and he is for us.
When we focus on our circumstances – whatever they are – we start to sink. So don’t panic! Instead fix your eyes on Jesus for your survival.
When Jesus stills the storm he brings unexpected help and encouragement just at the time you are most desperate.
Captain Rob Westwood-Payne helps us to recognise the importance of trusting God, discovering just how trustworthy he is.
The stories of Jesus and storms are ones of hope, reassurance, and reliance on him as a source of strength and guidance in facing the challenges of life.
Do dogs go to heaven? Yes, and we should all share that hope with the people around us who miss their pets so dearly.
If you’re having a hard time connecting with God, try to remember that he’s a good father who loves us and wants what’s best for us.
In Psalm 23, God anoints our heads with oil with such generosity that our cups will overflow with blessing! Now, that’s worth celebrating and worth sharing with others. Who could you share the good news with today?
David knew that even though he found himself in the storms of life, God was still with him—and that gave him peace and rest.