Repeatedly throughout Scripture, God reminds us of our true identity: who we are and whose we are. It is crucial to hide the Word of God in your heart, so that when the lying whispers of the enemy attack, you can refute them with truth. For those days when you need an encouraging reminder, here are just a few of those Bible verses that declare the truth about your identity and help you remember who you are and what God has to say about you.
God gives good gifts. Have you ever thought about the fact that God wants to give you good things? Do you ever question His goodness? Like when your prayer isn’t answered the way you had hoped, or the job didn’t come through that you desired, or when a friend leaves your life? When we first introduced Selah, our four pound Pomeranian to the family, God gave me an analogy of why He sometimes withholds something from me that I want. Something that I think would be good for me. Read more for what I learned.
As the tears flow and you feel alone, remember God loves you and nothing will ever change that fact! The enemy may whisper lies to you, but you can proclaim God’s truth to overcome the lies of the enemy! There is hope! Read more for 5 scriptures to remind you of God’s great love for you. Print them out, memorize them, and proclaim God’s truth over your life. The enemy won’t be convinced until you are convinced!
So many women struggle to call God Father because they have never known a Father that was good. Or, that He is sure, steadfast and unchanging. My guest, Tanya Glanzman, struggled in that respect as well until God revealed His vast love for her, and now she knows that she is her Heavenly Father’s daughter. In today’s episode, we talk about knowing how much God loves you and what it truly means to embrace our identity as a child of God.
We all go through experiences that cause us to question, and sometimes even question God. If you have ever felt like God didn’t or couldn’t love you, then this episode is the perfect show for you. My guest, Wendy Blight, shares how to know and truly receive God’s love.