YOU ARE ACCEPTED, SECURE, AND SIGNIFICANT

 

Main Verse: Exo. 3:11; 1 Sam. 18:18;  Jdg. 6:15

Category: Encouragement

 

INTRO

Not knowing who we are in God is a major hindrance to our stability

and ministry.

Learning that we are ACCEPTED, SECURE, and SIGNIFICANT is the key

to unlocking God’s power through and in us.

You got to get beyond your “Who am I” disorder.

Instead you should have an “I am” attitude.

 

 

I.          I AM ACCEPTED

1.     I have been accepted in Christ (the beloved).........… Eph. 1:6

2.     I have been chosen by God, and adopted

        as his child.................................................................. Eph. 1:3-8

3.     I have been redeemed and forgiven of

        all my sins................................................................ Col. 1:12-14

4.     I have direct access to the throne of grace

        through Christ........................................................ Heb. 4:14-16

 

II.        I AM SECURE

1.     Nothing can separate me from the love

        of Christ................................................................. Rom. 8:31-39

2.     I am free from condemnation................................. Rom. 8:1-2

3.     I am confident God will complete the good

        work he started in me……………..................................... Phi. 1:6

4.     I am born of God and evil cannot touch me…......... 1 Jn. 5:18

 

III.       I AM SIGNIFICANT

1.     I am a member of Christ’s body……....................... 1 Co. 12:27

 

2.     Even the unnoticed members are

        indispensable ………..……........................………………1 Cor. 12:22

3.     I am a branch of the True Vine, and a

        channel of his life............................................................ Jn. 15:5

4.     I have been chosen and appointed to bring fruit..... Jn. 15:16

 

CONC.

You are ACCEPTED --  You are not rejected and ignored.

You are SECURE --  God won’t let you go, without a fight, even against           

your own flesh.

You are SIGNIFICANT --  Don’t let the devil belittle your person.

Jeremiah said: “I am only a child”

Moses said “ Who am I”

But you need to say “I am, - I can, - I will”

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