Tag: identity in Christ

Colossians 3: The New Self

Paul exhorts the Colossians to let their practice conform to their position in Christ. We have been raised with Christ, who is seated at the right hand of the Father.

Loving Ourselves Correctly: Defined by God

We are defined by the work of Jesus, not our own. Knowing this gives us a proper perspective as it relates to loving ourselves, which in turn affects how we love others.

Ephesians 2: Peace in Uncertainty

The world does not provide answers for our deepest questions. Only when we grasp who and whose we are can we have peace in uncertainty.

Q&A Session: April 1, 2022

What is your identity? How can you get to know Christ better? The key is cultivating an appetite for knowing God by spending time in His Word and obeying Him.

Contentment in Christ

What matters most to you? Unless we know who and Whose we are, our answer to this question will lead only to discontentment.

Romans 15: Who Are We?

How do we know what our lives should look like? The world tries to pin many identities on us, but Paul makes it clear: Scripture is our guide.

Romans 7: A Struggle with Sin

Even after coming to Christ, we will struggle with old habits, traumas, and sins. Romans 7 addresses this issue as well as our ongoing sanctification.

Romans 6: Fighting the Flesh

Because of what Jesus has done, we are no longer who we once were. God calls us to walk in the newsness of that life and fight the old flesh.

Unity in the Christian Faith

What is the essence of truth? The answer to this question comes down to the fundamentals of the Christian faith, which Paul lays out in Ephesians 4:4–6.