Why are we so quick to be frightened, and so slow to trust God?
Why do many people—including Christians—set their sights on ‘believing in themselves’ more than believing in God?
Why, as individuals and as a society, do we need to consume and shop and buy to feel better?
The answer to all of these questions is the same: Because we easily forget who we truly are. But when we are confident about who we truly are, we live differently and powerfully and on purpose.
So, who are we?
This is what I explored in this sermon from March 15, 2020 based on Ephesians 1:1 – 2:10.
The video is below, and audio-only download is underneath.
Some people who tuned into the live stream on YouTube experienced some technical difficulties. If that was you, can you link to the entire service here.
You can also get the 2-page “family devotional” activity about identity that I talk about during the kids’ time here. For those of you with kids, don’t forget to take the time to do it together! Family Devotional – Identity – Westminster- 2020 03 15.
The sermon is called “Who. You. Are.” Enjoy!
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