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Do you see you as God sees you?

What do you see when you look in the mirror? Your fraternity colors or sorority emblem? Maybe you see athlete, Christian or parent. All of these traits describe who you are in part, but they do not define you. Identity is something we develop from an early age; it conveys the makeup of our entire being. Too often, when we identify (with ourselves or others) we sell ourselves short. For just a moment, consider the identity that comes from your Creator rather than the one you've assigned to yourself. Do you see you as God sees you? Genesis 1:27 reminds us that we are made in the image of God. So what's your impression of your Creator? Is he strong, resilient, and in control? Is he weak, unstable or not trustworthy? When you look in the mirror, you should see His likeness. The bible gives example upon example of who God is and what He's like. Through documented stories, prose and descriptive accounts by those who walked with Him in the flesh, His personality and attibutes are made known. If you want to begin seeing yourself in the same light as God sees you, you can start by getting to know the communicable attributes of God - those traits that, like Him, we too possess. He is the most spectacular expression of love and power that ever was. And guess what... so are you!


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