• Free From Accusation

    Posted on August 20th, 2009 bob.kellemen No comments

    Who I Am To Christ, Part Five—Free from Accusation

     

    Christ-Esteem: The world talks about “self-esteem.” But God’s Word teaches us about “Christ-esteem”—how God views us, sees us, accepts us, and loves us through Christ. Knowing how God relates to us because of our relationship to Christ is vital to glorifying God, defeating the lies of Satan, and ministering powerfully.

     

    Note: Excerpted from Soul Physicians: http://bit.ly/7vaE

     

    As you read the following summaries:

     

    *Meditate on the verses and on the truth they share about you.

     

    *Reject the lies of Satan about how God views you.

     

    *Thank God for who you are to Christ.

     

    *Select one verse/truth per day and specifically apply it to your life and relationships.

     

    My Relationship to God through Christ

     

    Colossians 1:21-22—Once alienated from God, Christ has reconciled me to God.

     

    Colossians 1:22—I am free from accusation.

     

    Colossians 3:12—I am one of God’s chosen people.

     

    Colossians 3:12—I am dearly loved by Christ.

     

    Colossians 3:13—I am forgiven by Christ.

     

    1 Thessalonians 1:4; 2 Thessalonians 2:13—Together with all the saints, we are brothers and sisters loved by God.

     

    1 Thessalonians 1:4—I am chosen by God.

     

    2 Thessalonians 2:13—I was chosen to be saved.

     

    2 Thessalonians 2:16—I am loved by God the Father and the Lord Jesus Christ.

     

    Hebrews 2:12—Together with all believers, Christ calls me, “My brothers.”

     

    Hebrews 3:1—Together with all believers, I am a holy brother/sister.

     

    Hebrews 4:16—I may approach the throne of grace with confidence.

     

    Hebrews 7:19—I have been drawn near to God.

     

    Hebrews 8:12—The Father has forgiven my wickedness and remembers my sin no more.

     

    Hebrews 9:6-14—I have a cleansed conscience: shalom.

     

    Hebrews 9:15—I am guaranteed an eternal inheritance in Father’s forever family.

     

    Hebrews 9:26—My sins have been done away with forever.

     

    Hebrews 10:2—I no longer have to feel guilty because I am cleansed once for all.

     

    Hebrews 10:17—My sins and lawless acts God remembers no more.

     

    Hebrews 10:19—I have confidence to enter the most holy place of God’s holy presence.

     

    Hebrews 10:22—I can draw near to God with a sincere heart in full assurance, having been cleansed of a guilty conscience.

     

    1 Peter 2:6—I will never be put to shame.

     

    1 Peter 3:18—Christ has brought me face-to-face with God.

     

    1 Peter 3:21—I have a good, clear conscience before God.

     

    1 John 3:1—God has lavished His love upon me.

     

    1 John 3:1—How great is the love of God that He has called me, together with all Christians, “Children of God.”

     

    1 John 3:16—Christ loved me so much that He laid down His life for me.

     

    1 John 4:9-11—The Father showed His love for me by sending His Son to die for me.

     

    1 John 4:17-18; 5:14—I have full confidence in approaching God’s presence.

     

    Revelation 1:5—I am loved by Christ.

     

    Revelation 19:7—Together with all believers, I am the Bride of Christ.

     

    Note: Excerpted from Soul Physicians: http://bit.ly/7vaE

     

  • One With Christ

    Posted on August 19th, 2009 bob.kellemen No comments

    Who I Am To Christ, Part Four—One With Christ

     

    Christ-Esteem: The world talks about “self-esteem.” But God’s Word teaches us about “Christ-esteem”—how God views us, sees us, accepts us, and loves us through Christ. Knowing how God relates to us because of our relationship to Christ is vital to glorifying God, defeating the lies of Satan, and ministering powerfully.

     

    Note: Excerpted from Soul Physicians: http://bit.ly/7vaE

     

    As you read the following summaries:

     

    *Meditate on the verses and on the truth they share about you.

     

    *Reject the lies of Satan about how God views you.

     

    *Thank God for who you are to Christ.

     

    *Select one verse/truth per day and specifically apply it to your life and relationships.

     

    My Relationship to God through Christ

     

    Ephesians 1:4-6—I am accepted in the beloved.

     

    Ephesians 1:5—I was predestined to be adopted as God’s son.

     

    Ephesians 1:7; Colossians 1:14—I am forgiven and redeemed.

     

    Ephesians 1:13—I have been included in Christ.

     

    Ephesians 1:13—I have been marked with the seal of the promised Holy Spirit.

     

    Ephesians 1:14—I am God’s precious, treasured possession.

     

    Ephesians 2:10—I am God’s poem, opus, epic, masterpiece.

     

    Ephesians 2:13—Once far away, Christ has brought me near to God.

     

    Ephesians 2:19—Together with all believers, I am a fellow citizen of God’s kingdom.

     

    Ephesians 2:19—Together with all believers, I am a member of God’s family.

     

    Ephesians 2:22—I am a dwelling in which God lives by his Spirit.

     

    Ephesians 3:6; 4:25; 5:30—Together with all the saints, I am a member of Christ’s body.

     

    Ephesians 3:6—Together with all the saints, I share in the promise of Christ.

     

    Ephesians 3:12—I may approach God with freedom and confidence.

     

    Ephesians 3:18—God’s love for me is wider than east and west, longer than north and south, higher than the stars, and deeper than the galaxy.

     

    Ephesians 3:19—I am filled with the fullness of God.

     

    Ephesians 4:12—Together with all God’s children, I claim the title, “God’s people.”

     

    Ephesians 4:30—I am sealed by the Holy Spirit for the day of final redemption.

     

    Ephesians 5:1—I am a dearly loved child of God.

     

    Ephesians 5:2—Christ loves me.

     

    Ephesians 5:25—Together with all Christians, I am the Church, loved so much by Christ that he died for me.

     

    Ephesians 5:29—Christ nourishes me.

     

    Ephesians 5:29—Christ cherishes me.

     

    Ephesians 5:31-32—Together with all the saints, I am one with Christ.

     

    Note: Excerpted from Soul Physicians: http://bit.ly/7vaE

  • Joint Heirs with Jesus

    Posted on August 6th, 2009 bob.kellemen No comments

    Who I Am To Christ, Part Two—Joint Heirs with Jesus

     

    Christ-Esteem: The world talks about “self-esteem.” But God’s Word teaches us about “Christ-esteem”—how God views us, sees us, accepts us, and loves us through Christ. Knowing how God relates to us because of our relationship to Christ is vital to glorifying God, defeating the lies of Satan, and ministering powerfully.

     

    Note: Excerpted from Soul Physicians: http://bit.ly/7vaE  

     

    As you read the following summaries:

     

    *Meditate on the verses and on the truth they share about you.

     

    *Reject the lies of Satan about how God views you.

     

    *Thank God for who you are to Christ.

     

    *Select one verse/truth per day and specifically apply it to your life and relationships.

     

    My Relationship to God through Christ

     

    Acts 10:43—My sins are forgiven.

     

    Acts 20:28—I am Christ’s flock.

     

    Acts 20:28; 1 Corinthians 1:2—Together with all the saints, I am God’s Church.

     

    Romans 1:7—I am loved by God.

     

    Romans 4:7-8—My transgressions are forgiven and my sins are covered.

     

    Romans 5:1; Ephesians 2:14-17; Colossians 1:21-22—I have peace with God.

     

    Romans 5:2; Ephesians 2:18—I have full, free, confident, bold access to God.

     

    Romans 5:5—God has poured out His love into my heart.

     

    Romans 5:6-8—God demonstrated His love for me in that while I was yet a sinner, Christ died for me.

     

    Romans 5:9—I am saved, delivered from wrath.

     

    Romans 5:10-11; Colossians 1:20—I am reconciled to God.

     

    Romans 8:1, 33-34—I will never be condemned because I am in Christ Jesus.

     

    Romans 8:14—I am among those called, “sons of God.”

     

    Romans 8:15; Galatians 4:6—I have received the Spirit of sonship so I can cry, “Abba, Daddy.”

     

    Romans 8:17; Galatians 4:7; Ephesians 3:6; Titus 3:7—I am an heir of God.

     

    Romans 8:17—I am a joint-heir with Jesus.

     

    Romans 8:23—I am adopted into Father’s forever family.

     

    Romans 8:31—God is for me, never against me.

     

    Romans 8:37-39—Nothing, nor anyone, anywhere can ever separate me from God’s love for me in Christ.

     

    Romans 9:25—Along with all Christians, God says of me, “You are my people.”

     

    Romans 9:25—God says of me, “You are my loved one.”

     

    Romans 9:26—I am a son of the living God.

     

    Romans 10:11—I will never be put to shame.

     

    Romans 11:5—I am chosen by grace.

     

    Romans 14:3—I am accepted by God.

     

    Romans 15:7—I am accepted by Christ.

     

    Romans 15:16—I am an offering acceptable to God, sanctified by the Holy Spirit.

     

    Note: Excerpted from Soul Physicians: http://bit.ly/7vaE

  • Self-Esteem or Christ-Esteem?

    Posted on August 5th, 2009 bob.kellemen No comments

    Who I Am To Christ, Part One—Christ Esteem

     

    Christ-Esteem: The world talks about “self-esteem.” But God’s Word teaches us about “Christ-esteem”—how God views us, sees us, accepts us, and loves us through Christ. Knowing how God relates to us because of our relationship to Christ is vital to glorifying God, defeating the lies of Satan, and ministering powerfully.

     

    As you read the following summaries:

     

    *Meditate on the verses and on the truth they share about you.

     

    *Reject the lies of Satan about how God views you.

     

    *Thank God for who you are to Christ.

     

    *Select one verse/truth per day and specifically apply it to your life and relationships.

     

    My Relationship to God through Christ

     

    Matthew 6:26—I am are very valuable to Christ.

     

    Matthew 9:2; Mark 2:5—I am God’s forgiven son/daughter.

     

    Matthew 9:36-38—I am the Good Shepherd’s shepherded sheep.

     

    Matthew 10:31; Luke 12:7—I am of great worth to God.

     

    Matthew 12:12—I am of much value to Christ.

     

    Matthew 18:10-14—I am God’s precious, protected little one.

     

    Mark 3:34-35—I am Christ’s brother or sister.

     

    Luke 6:35—I am a son or daughter of the Most High God.

     

    Luke 12:4—I am Christ’s friend.

     

    Luke 20:36; John 1:12; Romans 8:14-17; 1 John 3:2—I am a child of God.

     

    John 1:13—I am a child born of God.

     

    John 3:6—I am born of the Spirit.

     

    John 3:16—I am so loved by Father that He gave His only begotten Son to die for me so that I could live with Him forever.

     

    John 8:35—I am God’s forever son/daughter.

     

    John 10:28-30—I am eternally secure in God’s holy love.

     

    John 13:33—God says of me, “You are my child.”

     

    John 15:5—I am a branch abiding in Christ the Vine.

     

    John 15:9—Jesus says of me, “As My Father has loved Me, so I have loved you.”

     

    John 15:14—Jesus says to me, “You are my friend.”

     

    John 15:15—Jesus says to me, “I no longer call you servant, but friend.”

     

    John 16:27—Jesus whispers to me, “The Father Himself loves you.”

     

    John 17:23—Jesus says of me, “The Father loves you as He loves me.”

     

    Note: Excerpted from Soul Physicians: http://bit.ly/7vaE