“I just found out everything I thought was true about me is a lie.”
After Monday’s post, the notes fall in my inbox.
“My husband just told me he is tired of our marriage, tired of me. After 20 years, he just left.”
Stories of men and women who woke up this morning sure of life; but now they aren’t so sure of anything.
And we are walking it out quiet, the question in our bones: “Who am I? Really?”
And if this weekend finds you needing to remind yourself of who you really are, here are some tried and true resources:
Marinate in these descriptions of you. Redeemed. Chosen. Transferred. Adopted. Lavished. This book will tell you who you really are.
Craig Groeschel offers engaging, practical help in working through to our true identities. The optional DVD makes this a great choice for a small group setting.
Jerry Bridges Who Am I?: Identity in Christ
I appreciate anything by Jerry Bridges. This book gives solid, biblical statements for living out our identity in Christ.
Christine’s story of finding out she was adopted. Un-named at birth and un-wanted by her birth parents, she knows that her identity is all about who she is in Christ. This riveting book puts flesh on the real issues surrounding identity.
Out of everyone this whole world over, you are chosen by God, to be His own cherished… treasured… possession. That’s who you are. I’m praying for you this weekend…