Experience our newest resource Who Am I? A Devotional Journey For You To Soar In Your Identity In Christ (Sharon Simmonds) with the following excerpt. Available for purchase here
WE CAN HAVE A TENDENCY TO SETTLE WITH THE MESSAGE THAT “I am not enough.”
Sure, we claim all the promises of knowing Christ and living in his resurrection power. But if we’re really honest, we can tend to operate more like a dilapidated vehicle. Poor condition, broken pieces, feeling like one more bump might cause everything to fall apart. The idea that this is normal and acceptable is a lie of the enemy—his way of oppressing and tricking God’s people.