Tag: affirmation

Who Does God Say That I Am?

Watch this inspiring video with biblical affirmations about our identity in Christ. These affirmations come from New Testament passages, which teach about who we have become through faith in God’s Son. This video was created by the team at Omnibus Media Ministries.

Morning Affirmations 3

We are a new creation in Christ. Nevertheless, the old power of sin still wages war against the Spirit within us. We are in a soul-forming process by which the Spirit puts to death in us the deeds of the flesh. It is vital, therefore, that we remind ourselves who we are as fruit-bearers in the Spirit.

Morning Affirmations 2

There’s a strange unease in not having a sense of identity. But the problem is that we derive our identity from all the wrong places. We need something rich and profound. We need love, joy, and peace. Such things we can only find by placing our identity in Jesus Christ.

Morning Affirmations 1

Everyone has a morning routine. We get up, perhaps lounging in bed or stumbling into the kitchen to get a cup of coffee, and so we begin our day. Regardless of our routine, it is essential to renew our minds first thing in the morning.

Identity Affirmations 6

Does death make you afraid? If you have been raised with Christ, death is the moment when you enter into the presence of God.

Identity Affirmations 5

We try to define ourselves in many ways. As followers of Christ, we should find our identity in Him.

Identity Affirmations 4

In times of cultural chaos, we need to live by faith and not by fear. Life is short, but God has given an eternal inheritance to those who love Him.

Identity Affirmations 3

When you have trouble believing that you are a new creature in Christ Jesus, affirm your identity with truth.

Identity Affirmations 2

The world seeks to infiltrate our minds with lies. But we must do battle with these lies by daily affirming the truths found in Scripture about our identity in Christ.

Identity Affirmations 1

The world is involved in a grand scheme of identity theft. It wants to define us, and not according to God’s Word. We must practice identity affirmations that remind us who and Whose we are.