Your True Identity in Christ: Moving Beyond Societal Roles and Relationships

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As human beings, we often define ourselves by our societal roles and relationships. We identify ourselves as parents, children, friends, employees, and so on.

While these roles and relationships are important, they do not define our true identity. Our true identity, according to the Bible, is found in Christ.

What does it mean to find our true identity in Christ?

It means recognizing that our worth and value come from our relationship with him, not from our societal roles or relationships. It means understanding that we are loved by God and chosen to be his children. It means living in a way that reflects our connection to Christ, bearing fruit in our thoughts, words, and actions.

Your True Identity Sets You Free

This understanding of our true identity in Christ can also free us from the pressures and expectations of societal roles and relationships. We can find our worth and value in Christ, rather than in our job title, our family status, or our social circle. We can live out our faith and serve others without worrying about fitting into a particular mold or fulfilling a certain role.

Your true identity as Christians is found in Christ. While societal roles and relationships are important, they do not define who we truly are. We are children of God, chosen and loved by him, and our connection to Christ is what gives us our worth and value.

Maurice E. Rogers

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Maurice Rogers

By Maurice Rogers

Maurice E. Rogers is a bestselling author and speaker. He has authored two books – "By the Grace of God... I Am" and "Why Christ Has Already Come Back."