Reblog: Identity Theft

As a Christian, it is easy to struggle with identity and being set apart. Here is a great piece about identity and not allowing anything outside of God to define you.


I remember those awkward years in Junior High. Not having a clue who I was or the way I was supposed to act. My hair wasn’t pretty or long enough, my clothes weren’t name brand and my nose was too big. I would never make a difference in the world. As you can probably tell my junior high years were the most grueling years of my life. Well my hair is still not long, my nose is still the same, but at least I do have some name brand clothes. Lol

The identity crisis continued through my early adult years. Even as an adult I still found myself searching. I would love to tell you that once I came to know Jesus as my Savior the mystery was solved. But that wouldn’t be the truth. It actually became more difficult. Why? Well because now I was a threat to the…

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2 thoughts on “Reblog: Identity Theft

  1. I can completely identify with this post. When I was moving closer to God and knowing Him everything seemed to be brighter and I had to let go of the lies I’d been told..when I was born again..the devil showed his true colors and let it be known I was a threat to them..the pit dwellers..he forever tried to frighten me away from God but I stood on firm ground because I knew He had my back..and I knew who I was in Him. This post touched a cord in me and hopefully many others..thank you for sharing!

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    • Yes. Mrs. Michelle touched on something so common with our walk with God. I went through my own battle as well and I failed many times with standing firm in God. She has other post that resonate as well. Thank you for reading.

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