This is Who I Am

God wants us to understand and always remember the resources, gifts, and blessings available to us as part of His family, despite anything that might conspire to convince us otherwise.

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Harrison Conley teaches that life often gives us reasons to doubt the amazing declarations God makes about us in Scripture.

The identity we’re told we have in Christ is so outlandish and astounding that it can seem too good to be true.

That’s why Paul really hammers home the point in Ephesians, chapter 1, to remind us just who we are in Christ.

God wants us to understand and always remember the resources, gifts, and blessings available to us as part of His family, despite anything that might conspire to convince us otherwise.