Feeling Left Out? This Is Where You Belong

Black words on a white background with a gold frame, includes an inspirational Bible verse: Ephesians 2:19

Feeling left out?

Wondering where you belong?

Safe to say most of us have found ourselves playing the part of the outsider at one point or another.

As Christians, we hold hope in our citizenship in the household of God. So when the feelings rumble, let truth roar.

Welcome to this month’s second memory verse from 2019’s #WhoamI Bible memory verse program.

When we’re faced with feeling left out, grab truth and walk boldly with it.

Our God leaves no one out that accepts an invitation to His table.

But How Do I Become a Christian?

You might be asking this question. Or, as with my story, you might think “good” and going to church get us to heaven.

Go here to read my story. You’ll also find more under the filled section (near the bottom) on the Free Christian Resources page.


God has more in store for us. He invites us to His house–that we’re assured of heaven.

Ready to learn more?

New?

Have a desire to learn God’s Word by heart?

Check out this post or this Pinterest board to learn more about hiding God’s Word in your heart, being ready when the spiritual battle rages.

What Does the Bible Say…

Do you ever wonder what the Bible has to say about growing up? Maybe you’re a parent who longs to guide your children well. Or an interested grandparent or auntie. Hey, how about a Jesus girl who simply likes to dig in or tackle life topics?

For all of the above, yes! Take a peek at this recent iBelieve.com piece. Let me know your thoughts below, and feel free to add your insight on growing up as well.

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