Who Are You?: Your Main Identity

Who Are You?: Your Main Identity

Lessons Learned: Moving from Homosexuality to Holiness

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Today's Scripture
"So I have reason to be enthusiastic about all Christ Jesus has done through me in my service to God. Yet I dare not boast about anything except what Christ has done through me " Romans 15:17-18 NLT

Thoughts for Today
Sometimes a role we play in life can become our main identity. Our world comes to revolve around this part of our life And this can make us feel pretty good about ourselves.

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These can all be good roles to playor they can hinder our growth and even lead to our downfall. When we start thinking the role we play is our main identity in lifewho we areour focus on Jesus and his plan for us can diminish and pride can set in.

Consider this
As Christians, we all have the same innate identitywe are followers of Christ. He will give us a different combination of gifts, lead us into different roles and situations and help us represent him wherever we are and whatever we do. But the bottom line is this: We are his children. That's our main identity. That's who we are And nothing could be better.

Father, thank you for the gifts and opportunities you've given me. Help me to always remember that I am first and foremost your child and to use these gifts and opportunities to honor you. May I never become prideful in anything I do. Help me to always remember that all good and perfect gifts come from you. In Jesus' name

These thoughts were drawn from

Lessons Learned: Moving from Homosexuality to Holiness
by Tammy Webb-Witholt. This group study offers biblical tools, along with an abundance of hope, to anyone struggling with homosexuality. It is also a great group for anyone desiring a deeper walk with God. Note: This curriculum was written especially for small groups, and we encourage people to use it that way. However, it can also be used effectively as a personal study.

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