Its been difficult as of late. One person acts as the catalyst towards many people’s bad behavior towards me.
I ask for more towels. I keep lots of beverages. I used to ask for lots of ice. I talk to people. I once said my father should take the vaccine. I try to be cheerful.
All of this fluff God can handle it.
Philippians 4:13 (ERV)
Christ is the one who gives me the strength I need to do whatever I must do.
We’ve come to the last day in our month of rehearsing who we are in Christ. Were you surprised? Did you realize all that we have, and all that we are, when we are in Christ? It is quite amazing to behold. I have such a hard time remembering these things, I think the devil counts on us forgetting. He counts on us not embracing or believing who we are in Christ. I do hope, that some seeds of God’s love and care were planted in our hearts this month. And I leave you with the song that was my alarm for a few months. Whenever there was something difficult to be done. This is the song I listened to.
We have to rehearse who we are in Christ in order to protect our minds against the devil’s schemes like insecurity. How do we rehearse? We speak out loud who God has told us we are. We speak the words over our lives. It’s one of the best and only ways we will get to know who we are in Christ. We must daily remind ourselves of our true identity.
Is There Anything You Can’t Do? was originally published on His Work in Progress