What is Your True Identity? (mp3)

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Dr. Jekyll and Hr. Hyde Christian? What is your true identity?

Do Christians have two natures? Do you have one evil nature and one good nature on the inside? Is it your evil sinful nature, which causes you to sin?

In this teaching, I will answer these questions. I think the answer will surprise you, and maybe even challenge what you already have heard and been taught about this topic?



Have you tried again and again to win victory over sin issues you are struggling with in your life, but you constantly feel that it is a part of you that you cannot put away or conquer? 
You feel like you're stuck and you will never get away from it? You feel powerless about your sin problem and other problems such as fear and worry, and you think: Is there any way out; are there some answers out there?
You try to change but it's like you never succeed. It is like the evil that I don't want to do is the very thing I do, and the things I don't want to do is the things I do.

Is this a normal Christian life? Should it be like this or is it something that can set you free from this vicious circle?

This statement might shock you: A Christian that sin has not a sin problem, but a identity problem. It is not lack of restrictions and rules, it is a lack of revelation.


 

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The Vision

1 Encourage you to grow in your Christian life and to get a deeper understanding of who God is and His love for you! (1John 4:17)
2 Helping you to stand against our enemy, the devil, so that you can experience the victorious Christian life! (James 4:7, Rom 8:37, 1Pet 5_8-9)
3 Inspire you to teach others! (Matt 28:18-20)
4 Equip and inspire you so that you can go out and tell others about the Good News! (Mark 16:15-18)