Jose Vasquez - September 12, 2021

Week 5: Your True Identity

Do you believe what God’s word says about you or do you believe what you feel and see about yourself? This week we continue in the book of Romans and talk about Bartimaeus. He was a blind beggar, who believed in the healing power of Jesus. The crowd tried to keep him quiet and didn’t believe he was worthy of calling out to Jesus. They identified him by his disparity, his lifestyle, and outward appearance. What they failed to realize was Jesus saw his heart, which led Him to ask what he wanted. In Romans 5, we learn that we are made new, reconciled, justified, and free by the act of Jesus. Consider this in V.14, “Adam brought destruction, Christ brought salvation.” Our lives can be defined by the mistakes and negative mindsets we have about ourselves or it can be defined by God’s unfailing love for His children (that’s you!). Like Bartimaeus, refuse to let anyone quiet the call out to God and do not be swayed to remain silent. When you have confidence that you’re His child, you will be bold and ask big and see things transform.

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