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Who Am I to God?

Updated: Oct 10, 2017

People are always tempted to measure themselves based on what other people think of them.  They let the world size them up using the standards that doesn't hold. Barometers that doesn't last such as wealth, power, beauty & fame.

Wherein the truth of the matter is that,  we should be eternally concerned about who we are to God, and not for who we are to this fallen world. God has given each of us our distinct, and very unique  SHAPE. The acrostic SHAPE represents Spiritual Gifts, Heart (which are your passions in life), Abilities,  personality and Experiences. To know our "shape" we must Accept ourselves for who we are, Believe that God shaped us out of His love, keep our Confidence that will put our "shape" into action, Discover and Examine our spiritual gifts. Hear more of it here. #mysermonfortheweek


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