It all starts with something called self-awareness. Which in my opinion means that you have the ability to focus on yourself and how your actions, thoughts, or emotions do or don't align with your internal standards or God's truth about you.
You see the better we become at curiously observing ourselves without judgements, the easier it is to spot the lies of the enemy.
The truth is that any area of our lives that we are not glistening with hope, we are believing a lie.
You see if we are living out our God given identity, we already have all that we need. 2 Corinthians 5:17 tells us that if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation. The old version of ourself that constantly lived without hope has passed away. The new version of ourself that is fully connected to Jesus has come.
So today I challenge you to become a curious observer of yourself. Start questioning your beliefs, actions, emotions, and thoughts. It's going to help you with your...
And it's going to bring you to a place of transformation! Which we know allows us to test and approve what God's will is- his good, pleasing, and perfect will for our lives (Romans 12:2). Which is so exciting because God's will for our lives means that we were created with and for a purpose. We all have something worth living for and that is Jesus Christ.
*As a life coach this encompasses ALL that I help people walk through. I get you to implement self-awareness exercises into your life so that you no longer are bound by the pain you've experienced that the enemy uses as ammunition to destroy your life. I will get you connected to your story and walk alongside you as you unpack the ways your life has been separated from Christ and how that has caused a disconnect in your God given identity that is beautiful and blameless before the Lord.
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it in other ways instead of understanding how to receive it and live in it as a free gift. You see we often find ourselves striving for acceptance, so unable to understand that we already are accepted by God, who ultimately is the only person whose opinion about us can override everything else that people speak or think about us.