Identity Crisis: Reclaim the True You Companion Bible Study, Part 1 --Ebook
This study is the perfect companion to Reclaim's flagship book, "Identity Crisis: Reclaim the True You." Invest in the investment God made in you, by engaging the 90 day journey to reorient your life as the beloved child in God's family and a royal heir in training with King Jesus!
Special Features Include:
Daily studies exploring the themes found in Identity Crisis: Reclaim the True You
12 Practical Suggestions for Maximizing your Identity Reclamation
Links to other Reclaim, Scripture and Experiential Resources
Reflection Questions and Experiences found throughout
Integration Scriptures designed to Transform your Life!
Opportunity to write, explore and reflect in your personal journal--no single line answers needed!
Identity Crisis Reclamation Statement:
We are in an identity crisis because we’ve been victims of identity theft. No, it’s not earthly identity theft where our social security numbers are stolen and our credit cards hacked.
Spiritual identity theft is far more serious, leading to a crisis that goes beyond our finances in scope. It affects every area of our lives: relationships, self-esteem, health, vocational success, and fulfillment of our deepest dreams.
One of Jesus’ most powerful statements encapsulates this truth:
“The thief came to rob, kill and destroy. I came that you might live the fulfilling, abundant life you were created to live.” John 10:10
The reality is that the only way to experience the abundant, fulfilling life we were designed to experience is to confront the one who has stolen from us to partner with Jesus to reclaim the identity that is rightfully ours.
What does it mean to reclaim?
It is to take that which is stolen, lost, broken or wounded and restore it to its former glory. It is to make the vast wasteland become beautiful and productive again.
Jesus came to stop the identity theft, change our passwords, and to reclaim our true identity as beloved children in his father’s family and royal heirs in his kingdom.
His process is quite simple. He reminds the identity thief of his defeat when Jesus gave his life for you on the cross in exchange for your freedom. He then invites you to partner with him to discover, uncover and to reclaim your true status.
It’s simple, but not easy.
It takes faith and perseverance on your part, but Jesus has done all the rest.
He holds out his hand in invitation.
Will you accept?