Remember Who You Are.

Eternal Shades Of Grace

Many times I have gone back and looked at where I’ve come from and what went through. And many times looking back, I saw only my mistakes, I saw only my bad choices, things I was not proud of, things I’m ashamed of now. And sometimes even today it still happens that I look back and doubt my worth and blame myself for everything I’ve done before. I dare to believe that I am not the only one in this situation of guilt. I just think that sometimes we fail to believe in ourselves and open the door to the enemy to make us believe that we have no value and many other negativities but that makes us forget who we really are Christ.

Here are some pitfalls that the enemy is giving us, and some reminders on to avoid them.

– We must not meet standards imposed by people…

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Published by: Kim Petitt

As a person living with a disability challenge is part of my life. I struggled with my identity and I recognize that I still have insecurities to face, but that doesn't mean I can't walk in everything God has purposed me to walk in despite my insecurities. Because of the nature of my condition and physical disability, God's grace is evident in my life everyday and I find strength in the word of God that says in Philippians 4:13 "I can do all things through him who gives me power". (CJB).


3 thoughts on “Remember Who You Are.”

  1. I sometimes struggle with beating myself up over the past. I wish I had done many things differently. But I know I must receive God’s forgiveness and keep going. I am thankful for the lessons I have learned from my mistakes. God does love us and the sacrifice Jesus made paid the price. Thanks for this reminder to remember who we are in Jesus!

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    1. This was so beautifully written by Neema. I was brought to tears when I read this, I had to share it. The example she gave from the Lion King was brilliant. I will be renting the Lion King when it comes to the Red Box. Because of this example I’ll watch the Lion King differently–from a spiritual perspective.


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