One of the more abstract concepts in the life of faith is that through salvation our identity is now in Christ. Yet when we talk of our identity in Christ, we’re referring to an actual reality—just not a tangible one. We’re talking about a spiritual reality, which may be why it’s so difficult to get our minds around
Every person on earth is on a mission to find their true identity. Some people tie their identity to their friends or their upbringing. Others find it in their career or their hobbies. But is that really where our identity comes from? Explore what it means to find our identity in Christ.
During His earthly ministry, Jesus taught this perplexing paradox: In order to live, we first must die. It almost sounds like a riddle, doesn’t it? In this chapter, you’ll consider what it truly means to be “crucified with Christ”—and discover how that concept ties into your identity in Christ.
The Bible teaches that when you put your faith in Christ, you become a new creation. But that doesn’t mean you become a different person! In this chapter, you’ll discover what Paul meant when he wrote, “It is no longer I who live, but Christ lives in me.”
God’s Word instructs us to “live by faith.” But how can we move forward in confidence in a world with so much uncertainty and no guarantees? In this chapter, you’ll be encouraged to stay strong in your faith because you can know for sure that God is always faithful!
Many Christians grew up singing the Sunday school song, “Jesus Loves Me.” Yet very few truly believe the lyrics! In this chapter, you’ll be challenged to realize the depths of Jesus’ love for you—even when life is difficult.