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Who we are in christ

In the pages of the Bible, we find a profound and transformative message about who we are in Christ. As believers, understanding and embracing this identity can have a profound impact on how we live our lives and relate to the world around us.

  1. Chosen and Beloved: The Bible reminds us that we are chosen by God, loved unconditionally, and called to be His children (1 John 3:1). We have been handpicked by the Creator of the universe, adopted into His family through Christ’s sacrifice, and we now share in the inheritance of His kingdom.
  2. Redeemed and Forgiven: Through Jesus’ death on the cross, our sins are forgiven, and we are redeemed from the power of darkness (Colossians 1:13-14). Our past mistakes and transgressions no longer define us, for we are washed clean by the blood of the Lamb.
  3. New Creations: When we accept Christ, we become new creations (2 Corinthians 5:17). The old self, burdened by sin, is replaced with a renewed heart, filled with the Holy Spirit. We are empowered to live a life that reflects God’s love and righteousness.
  4. God’s Workmanship: According to Ephesians 2:10, we are God’s workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works. God has uniquely designed each of us with a purpose, and through Him, we can make a meaningful impact in the world.
  5. Heirs of God: Romans 8:17 reminds us that as children of God, we are heirs together with Christ. Our identity is wrapped up in the promise of eternal life and the glorious inheritance that awaits us in God’s presence.
  6. More Than Conquerors: In Christ, we are more than conquerors (Romans 8:37). No matter the challenges we face, we can rest assured that the victory has been won through Christ’s resurrection, and we have the strength to overcome any obstacle.
  7. Royal Priesthood: 1 Peter 2:9 calls believers a royal priesthood, a holy nation. We have direct access to God through Christ and are called to represent Him to the world, shining His light and extending His grace to others.
  8. Fearfully and Wonderfully Made: Psalm 139:14 reminds us that we are fearfully and wonderfully made by God. Our uniqueness and individuality are not accidents but intentional creations by the Creator Himself.
  9. Ambassadors for Christ: As mentioned in 2 Corinthians 5:20, we are ambassadors for Christ, carrying His message of reconciliation to a broken world. We are called to demonstrate His love, grace, and mercy to everyone we encounter.
  10. Secure in God’s Love: Nothing can separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus (Romans 8:38-39). Our identity in Christ is anchored in His unending and steadfast love, providing us with security and peace in every circumstance.

As we meditate on these biblical truths and embrace our identity in Christ, we can walk with confidence, purpose, and hope. Letting go of our old self, we can embrace the transformative power of the Gospel and live out our calling as children of God, shining brightly in a world in need of His love and grace.