Do you live, think, eat, and breath like your citizenship sits in this place?
As I prepared the verse graphic below (which, by the way, is free to print for personal or ministry use–just right mouse click) I stopped to consider the question.
What if we lived, TRULY LIVED, as though our citizenship sat solidly in heaven? Would that change how we interact with others? The words we offer? How we pray? What we believe about others and ourself? The possibilities we imagine?
Sometimes I house a small view. I limit God–what He can do in and through me. And goodness, what He has already completed and promised.
I want a bigger view–to believe more. Maybe that’s why God gave me the word “believe” this year–even though I’m not a “one-word” kind of girl!
What if we BELIEVE and operate daily with assurance our citizenship sits in heaven?
Can you imagine? Oooooweeeeeee!
If you’re born again, that’s where your citizenship sits. In heaven. Period.
More on Memory Verses:
Every 1st and 3rd Tuesday look for a post here on KristiWoods.net containing a new memory verse. This year those verses focus on our true identity.
Can you imagine the power of God displayed in us when we truly know who we are in Christ?
Our past 2019 memory verses assure we are:
Soak in ’em, friend. This is you.
A huge THANK YOU to those who already responded to the upcoming “Believe” bible study survey. You rock! Thanks for helping me form a study to and for people just like you. Sweet!
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Have You Visited the Subscriber Library Lately?
A slew of downloads and helpful ministry tools await. In fact, the current featured download is a helpful printable called, I Am Enough: Truth and Declarations to Squelch the Voice of “Not Enough. The password is found in your subscriber’s welcome email as well as in each monthly newsletter. Look for those newsletters on the 1st Friday of most months. 🙂
Do You Pray for Future Generations?
God stirred me recently to pray for my future grandchildren and several generations beyond them. None of them have been born yet, but God is thinking of them. If you’re interested in reading more about this and praying for your future family members, check out this piece I wrote for iBelieve.com.