God is Worthy
It was in November, and I just remember thinking, I have a sermon. That is part of my life, it is my life. And is now the answer to the question when or the comment when people say I find my identity in Christ. What does that mean?
Yeah, that's great.
It's a great thing to say sounds arbitrary, until you really understand it's a great thing to put on a mug. Yeah, like women of faith, if you haven't caught it out. It's, it's just, it's like a statement you put on a t shirt.
So I've realized, wait a second, I need to start at the one place in my life. That makes the most difference. My relationship with God. Number one, first and foremost, that's what Jesus said. So God is worthy. And I had to really come to grips with God is worthy.
I'm not worthy.
I haven't died on a cross. I haven't given my everything I am in my creation to be able to win people back. I'm not worthy of that. God is.
I mean, I've had many tragedies going on in my life, I lost my mom when she was too young. God's still worthy. I have made some mistakes. I've gone down paths where I don't want to go. I've done some things that have fed the insecurity in my life. But God's still worthy.
Then it was the second one that made the most difference. And this you have to start there. You have to start there.
Your identity must start with the fact that you and I were created by a maker that says, This is my creation.
And I love it. It is so good.
I'll come get it out again. You got to stop if I usually know what I'm making people cry. And then I realized, wait a second. If I wasn't worth something, then Jesus would have never died on the cross for me. So the one thing I'll tell everybody wherever I go, is that you are worth the life of Jesus on the cross.
Dan Chrystal | Pastor and Host, Endtimes.chat