When You See More than they Can See

Have you seen a greater potential in someone than what they could see in themselves? Unfortunately, you can only pour into someone what they are able to take in and process. Great spiritual leaders are those who can see the potential of someone far greater than what is currently manifesting. Equipping that person to grasp […]

Salt That is Good for You

Not only does Paul teach us to let our words be with grace, he also said they need to be seasoned with salt. Let your speech always be with grace, seasoned with salt, that you may know how you ought to answer each one. Colossians 4:6 NKJV Our words need to be seasoned with salt.  I […]

Your Words Making Room

As believers, we ought to be daily empowering those around us in who God says they are. A lot of this comes right down to how we speak to one another. Most of our words are not empowering towards others, because we have tolerated a lesser identity for them. Maybe through what the person manifests […]

The Identity Litmus Test

There is a common trait found in people who know who they are and live solid according to their true identity in God. You are no longer convinced otherwise. The greatest test of knowing who you are, is that you are no longer convinced otherwise. You are not as easily swayed away from what you […]

Who Do You Say That I Am?

Do you know who you are? To discover personal security in our identity, the perfect example to observe is Jesus. He showed deep intimacy with His Father, displayed a great deal of security in His identity and was able to pursue a single-minded ministry purpose. In the Gospel of Matthew, we see Him with great […]

From Bad Behavior to Good Works

“For we are His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand that we should walk in them” Ephesians 2:10 Here is the phrase for your identity formation: “we are His workmanship.” You are the creation of God, formed in beauty and in power. As believers, you were created in Christ […]