The Main Question
Would you like to be more grounded in the person and work of Jesus Christ? Are you longing for greater stability when the storms of life come your way? Whether you’re a brand new Christian or one for many decades, your roots can always go much deeper, drawing more vital nutrition from Him.
The more you discover your union with Jesus—a God-ordained-and-established-union—the more you’ll know the “perfect peace” He wants you to experience: “You keep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on you . . .” (Isa. 26:3).
An Absolute Must
The apostle Paul commanded the Roman believers to identify themselves with Jesus and His saving work: “So you also must consider yourselves dead to sin and alive to God in Christ Jesus” (Rom. 6:11). That’s not optional. It’s the essence of your Christian faith.
Are you consistently identifying yourself with Him? Do you deeply realize there’s an inseparable union between Jesus and His people? These aren’t marginal questions. They go to the heart of your life as a Christian.
A Christ-Centered Identity
In order to help you find your identity more deeply in Jesus Christ, I’ve written “A Christ-Centered Identity: Discovering Your God-Given Identity in His Son.” You’ll look at ten different aspects of Jesus and His Saving work, discovering your inseparable union with Him.
You’ll consider His eternity, birth, circumcision, baptism, life, death, resurrection, ascension, intercession, and second coming. Each aspect is followed by three related devotionals, highlighting your union with Jesus in that particular aspect. Each devotional will only take three minutes and, I believe, will be most worthwhile.
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You can find out more and sign up at Christ-Centered Identity. The launch starts on January 1st. What better way to start 2017! If you know of anyone who you believe will be blessed by a growing in a Christ-Centered Identity, I encourage you to share the post or link.
The Devotional Writer
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