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In What Do You Place Your Identity?

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What you do is temporary, but who you are is eternal—you are God’s child, loved for the person you are.

For some, it’s absolutely vital that others approve of their work or that their accomplishments be recognized. When this need becomes too high of a priority, or it becomes our reason for living, we’re placing our identities in what we do rather than in who we are.

What about you? Where does your identity lie?

In what you do? In what you’ve accomplished up until this point? Or rather ... in who you are?

What you do is temporary, but who you are is eternal—you are God’s child, loved for the person you are.

It’s upon this truth that you ought to construct your life and build your identity.

All the rest may collapse. But if your identity is founded in Christ, then you will not!

You are and will forever be His child, no matter what happens!

Thanks for existing!

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