Who I Am In Christ

According to the Bible, I am God’s possession, I am His child, His workmanship.

You are His friend, His temple, His vessel, a co-laborer, and His witness.

You are a soldier, an ambassador and a building, a temple.

You’re his husbandry. You’re a minister and an instrument.

You’re His chosen, His beloved, His precious jewel, and His heritage.

In Christ, you have been redeemed by blood, set free from sin, set free from Satan, set free from the kingdom of darkness – chosen before the foundation of the world, predestined to be like Jesus, forgiven of all your trespasses, washed in blood, given a sound mind, given the Holy Spirit, adopted into God’s family, justified freely by His grace, given all things pertaining to life, given great and precious promises, given ministry of reconciliation, given authority over the enemy, given access to God, and given wisdom for free.

In Christ, you are complete, totally in Him, free forever from sin’s power. You’re sanctified. You’re fit for the Master’s use. You’re loved eternally. You’re eternally kept in the palm of His hand. You’re kept from falling, kept by His very power, and not condemned. You’re one with the Lord. You’re on your way to Heaven, quickened by His mighty power, seated in the heavenly places. You’re the head and not the tail. You’re the light in darkness. You’re a candle in a dark place. You’re a city set on a hill. You’re the salt of the earth. You are His sheep. You are a citizen of Heaven. You’re hidden with Christ in God, protected from the evil one. You’re kept by the power of God. You’re secure in Christ. You’re set on a rock. You’re more than a conqueror. You’re born again. You’re a victor. You’re healed by His stripes, covered by His blood, sheltered by His wings, hidden in His secret place.

In Him, you have access to the Father, have a home in Heaven waiting for you, have all things in Christ, have a living hope, and an anchor to your soul, a hope sure and steadfast, authority to tread on serpents, power to witness, the tongue of the learned, the mind of Christ, boldness and access, peace with God, and like faith of a mustard seed.

In Christ you can do all things, find mercy, come boldly to His throne, quench the fiery darts of the enemy, tread on him like a serpent, declare liberty to the captives, pray always, chase a thousand, defeat and overcome the enemy, and tread Satan under foot.

The only thing you cannot do in Christ is be separated from God, perish or be lost, be moved, be taken out of your Father’s hand, be charged or accused or be condemned.

Paul Sohn is a leadership coach, best-selling author and speaker. Paul is the founder and CEO of QARA. Paul is a best-selling author of Quarter-Life Calling: Finding Your God-Given Purpose in Your Twenties. Paul was named one of the Top 33 under 33 Christian Millennials to Follow by Christianity Today.

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  • William Agbeti

    Good job! I am also sealed by the Holy Spirit. Heir of the Father, joint-heir with Christ. Custodian of his word. Seated at the right hand of God with Christ. I am a savior. I am kept by the power of God. I am an indestructible, imperishable seed. I can go on and on. Thanks for the revelations about who I am. Again, good job!

    • Patty Felker

      I am a savior? Please explain. I thought only Jesus is our Savior.

      • William Agbeti

        “And saviours shall come up on mount Zion to judge the mount of Esau; and the kingdom shall be the LORD’S.” Obadiah 21. KJV of The New chain-reference Bible.

  • Patty Felker

    I was with you till the end, but I would like to know what you think of these verses. Do you believe we lose our free will to walk away from God after we become followes of Christ? It is impossible for those who have once been enlightened, who have tasted the heavenly gift, who have shared in the Holy Spirit, who have tasted the goodness of the word of God and the powers of the coming age and who have fallen away, to be brought back to repentance. To their loss they are crucifying the Son of God all over again and subjecting him to public disgrace.
    Hebrews 6:4‭-‬6 NIV

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