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Principle 1: Know Yourself that You May Know God

January 12, 2021

Know Yourself that You May Know God
January 10, 2021

It’s an important question, and one that everyone, sooner or later, will need to answer: Who are you?  In countries and cultures all around the world, people are searching for an identity. So where do we find it? How do we know who we are? Far too many settle for allowing feelings, community, or life experiences to provide an answer. Where can we find the truth?

In Hebrews 11: 24 we find a short, but important statement about one of the heroes of the Old Testament, “By faith Moses, when he had grown up, refused to be known as the son of Pharaoh’s daughter.” It was certainly true that Moses had grown up in the palace of Pharaoh after being rescued as an infant by Pharaoh’s daughter. And though he probably felt both love and gratitude toward his adoptive mom, as he grew in his relationship with God, he understood that temporary circumstances did not provide him with a permanent identity. Moses looked to Yahweh, the God who created him, for the answer to that question.

This week, as we begin to dig into our new study, Emotionally Healthy Spirituality, we’re looking at the importance of knowing who we really are. Do you know the answer to that question for yourself? Who or what have you allowed to define you?

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