Do you know who you are in Christ? You need to know who you are in Jesus so that you can live your life as God intended and fulfill God’s calling for your life. We should learn to see ourselves the way Jesus sees us. Doing this will give you a strong foundation to build your life on. Knowing you are in Jesus is also the key to a successful Christian life and a purpose-filled life.
“By faith in the name of Jesus, this man whom you see and know was made strong. It is Jesus’ name and the faith that comes through Him that has completely healed him, as you can all see” (Acts 3:16).
Jesus is a miracle worker. Jesus performed miracles –a lot of them during His earthly ministry and these acts (or miracle stories) illuminated not only His power, but also His love. He performed so many miracles that He was recognized as a miracle worker, and few, including His challengers, doubted His ability to perform miracles. He is still performing miracles in our lives each day. It’s important that we remember this. In this, we know that all things are possible with Him.
It is in our faith that we set aside our earthly wants and desires and place Jesus Christ as our hope and aim in our walk in life. Not in our peripheral but right in front of us. We cannot allow our focus to be blurred by inconsequential pleasures that never give the fulfillment as Jesus Christ will. It is the goal worth fighting for. The battle that exists against our own sinful nature.
There is no other sin but our innate desire to forgo spiritual steadfastness within ourselves. Unless we come to terms with our own immorality; we can never find the grace of our Lord. There is no other sin greater than our actions that forgo all moral boundaries.
We blame the world and all it’s subjective tantalizing lures but how can there be any spiritual perfection when that perfection is not fought for, against our sinful nature.
Jesus revealed the miracle in His very essence and the purity of His divine nature. No other worldview offers the pure objectivity in His very existence in our past, that is part of our inherent foundation; that we are all created in His image and likeness. We have lost that value created in us. Buried beneath our lies and excuses to seek pleasures for ourselves. Forsaking the very essence created in us.
The miracle in our life, is the promise of the life in His kingdom. The joy is a realm absent of pain. Free from suffering and an eternity of satisfaction for a battle fought and won, against our sinful nature.