To exist is to relate. No human being stands alone. We are defined by those people and things that we relate and by which we identify. Setting the foundation of who we are in Christ verses how the world wants us to find identity. Many Christians gain their identity more from their family background, work or human relationships than they from who they are in Christ. No wonder Paul emphasized that we are in Christ throughout his epistles.
Your personal relationship with Christ offers truly amazing possibilities. Discover who you are in Christ and start building a strong foundation in your life. You've made the decision to follow Jesus and we're very excited for you! Now is the. Mark Conner - Introduction When we are born, we are given a “birth certificate”, which details who our parents are, as well as the place and dateof our birth. Because we were created to reflect the glory of God and, since the main goal in seeking an identity outside of Christ is to bring glory to.
This study is about the believers' position in Christ Jesus. From Ephesians , we could say that this entire study is embraced within that wonderful phrase. Look these things up in the Word of God for yourself and know the truth. For Jesus said clearly that if we continue in His Word, we will know the truth and the truth. Our true individuality is found only in relationship to the body of Christ. These are true Christians. So here we learn what it means to be a true Christian. And oh what a difference it makes to be such a Christian!.