Who Am I in Christ (C) (by Fenny West)

Who Am I In Christ?

Who Am I?

Complete in Christ (Col2:10)

Constrained by Christ (2Corinthians 5:14-15)

Controlled by the Spirit (Rom8:9)

Covered by Christ  (Ex12:13,John1:29, Ps91:1, Ps23:41John4:4 Isa54:17)

Catapulted from the Kingdom of darkness into the Kingdom of God’s dear Son (Col1:13)

Citadel of Christ. (Col1:27 Acts17:28)

Carrier of grace (Ro3:24, Acts6:8)

Carrier of Good News (Ps68:11,Matt10:1,Matt28:19-20,Mark16:16, John20:21)

Consecrated to God (1Cor6:20,Acts10:3,Luke9:23-24)
Conduit of glory and grace.
(Phil2:3-4) 

Choice of God (Eph1:4-6)

Chosen generation(1Pet2:9)

Crucified with Christ (Gal2:20)

Christ’s Wisdom (1Cor1:30)

City on a hill that cannot be hidden (Matt5:14)

Consumed by the Spirit. (Eph5:18)

Child of God (John1:12,Rom8:16)

Citizen of Heaven ( Phil1:20-21)

Created in God’s image (Gen1:27)

Christ-minded (1Cor2:16)

Contender for the Faith (Jude1:3)

 

 

Who Am I ? (C)( by Fenny West)

Who Am I?


Complete in Christ (Col2:10)

Constrained by Christ2 Corinthians 5:14-15.

Controlled by the Spirit Rom8:9

Covered by Christ ( Ex12:13,John1:29, Ps91:1 Ps23:41John4:4 Isa54:17)

Catapulted from the Kingdom of darkness into the Kingdom of God’s dear Son (Col1:13

Citadel of Christ. (Col1:27 Acts17:28)

Carrier of grace (Ro3:24, Acts6:8)

Carrier of Good News (Ps68:1)
Conduit of glory and grace. (Phil2:3-4)  

Choice of God (Eph1:4)

Chosen generation(1Pet2:9)

Crucified with Christ (Gal2:20)

Christ’s Wisdom1Cor1:30)

City on a hill that cannot be hidden (Matt5:14NIV)

Consumed by the Spirit. (Eph5:18)

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Chosen Out of the World ( C.H. Spurgeon)

John 15:19

I have chosen you out of the world.

Here is distinguishing grace and discriminating regard; for some are made the special objects of divine affection. Do not be afraid to dwell upon this high doctrine of election. When your mind is most heavy and depressed, you will find it to be a bottle of richest cordial. Those who doubt the doctrines of grace, or who cast them into the shade, miss the richest clusters of Eshcol; they lose the wines on the lees well refined, the fat things full of marrow. There is no balm in Gilead comparable to it. If the honey in Jonathan’s wood when but touched enlightened the eyes, this is honey which will enlighten your heart to love and learn the mysteries of the kingdom of God. Eat, and fear not a surfeit; live upon this choice dainty, and fear not that it will be too delicate a diet. Meat from the King’s table will hurt none of His courtiers. Desire to have your mind enlarged, that you may comprehend more and more the eternal, everlasting, discriminating love of God. When you have mounted as high as election, tarry on its sister mount, the covenant of grace. Covenant engagements are the munitions of stupendous rock behind which we lie entrenched; covenant engagements with the surety, Christ Jesus, are the quiet resting-places of trembling spirits.

“His oath, His covenant, His blood,

Support me in the raging flood;

When every earthly prop gives way,

This still is all my strength and stay.”

If Jesus undertook to bring me to glory, and if the Father promised that He would give me to the Son to be a part of the infinite reward of the travail of His soul; then, my soul, till God Himself shall be unfaithful, till Jesus shall cease to be the truth, thou art safe. When David danced before the ark, he told Michal that election made him do so. Come, my soul, exult before the God of grace and leap for joy of heart.

God’s Acceptance: You Already Have It! by Rick Warren

 

“If God says his chosen ones are acceptable to him, can anyone bring charges against them? Or can anyone condemn them? No indeed!” (Romans 8:33-34)

Most of us spend our entire lives trying to earn acceptance. We want to earn it from our parents, peers, partners in life, from people we respect, maybe even from people we envy. The drive to be accepted is a deep drive that can influence the kind of clothes you wear, the kind of car you drive, the kind of house you buy, and even the career you choose.

Remember how, as a kid, you wanted so badly to be in the in-crowd that someone would say to you, “I dare you to do this” and suggest something that was either stupid or that put your personal safety at risk. But you did it anyway, because your desire to be accepted overruled the desire for safety.

We do it because we love the feeling of being accepted. When you’re accepted, it does tremendous things for your self-esteem. The truth is, Jesus accepts you, and that acceptance is not based on your performance. In fact, you may have received Christ and accepted Jesus into your life, but do you realize that you’re able to do that because Jesus accepted you? You don’t have to earn his acceptance; you don’t have to prove yourself to him.

We need to stop thinking, “I’ve got an un-pleaseable God up there, and I’ve got to be a good boy or good girl to be accepted.” God, through Jesus Christ, has already accepted you. That’s the Good News!

Talk About It

  • Knowing God accepts you sets you free from always being worried about being accepted by others. Why should criticism bother you if the Creator of the universe accepts you?

  • Knowing God accepts you helps you to accept others: “Therefore, accept each other in the same way that Christ accepted you. He did this to bring glory to God” (Romans 15:7 GW).

Rick Warren is the founding pastor of Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, Calif., one of America’s largest and most influential churches. Rick is author of the New York Times bestseller “The Purpose Driven Life.” His book, “The Purpose Driven Church,” was named one of the 100 Christian books that changed the 20th century. He is also the founder of Pastors.com, a global Internet community for pastors.

This devotional ©2013 by Rick Warren. All rights reserved. Used by permission.