Discovering Your Identity (Life Principles Study Series)
"Who are you?" When someone asks that question, how do you respond? Do you give your name, then describe what you do for a living? Most people answer this question with basic, superfivial information...
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"Who are you?" When someone asks that question, how do you respond?
Do you give your name, then describe what you do for a living? Most people answer this question with basic, superfivial information about their lives, but most Christians don't really know the truth about who they are.
You are a saint! If you have accepted Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior, then this is the correct answer. And the term saint carries many layers of meaning, all of which is great news. The only right way to understand who we are is to see ourselves from God's perspective, as described in His Word.
This book will lead you through the many layers of understanding who you are in the eyes of God. You are a beloved child of God; you are the heir of God's inheritance; you are a member of the Body of Christ. In short, you are God's Masterpiece!
Features teachings from one of America's best-loved pastors and theologians Topical studies filled with life application principles For individual study or to be shared with a small group
Dr. Charles F. Stanley is founder and president of In Touch Ministries, which is broadcast on both television and radio around the world in eighty languages. He has also been the senior pastor of the 15,000-member First Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia, for more than thirty years. Dr. Stanley received his bachelor of arts degree from the University of Richmond, his bachelor of divinity degree from Southwestern Theological Seminary, and his master's and doctor's degrees from Luther Rice Seminary. He has twice been elected president of the Southern Baptist Convention and is the author of many books, including God Is in Control, Seeking His Face, Walking Wisely, When the Enemy Strikes, Success God's Way, and How to Listen to God.- Publisher.