Hardships are bound to come upon every person. Yet, even in trials, sufferings, and hardships; believers can count it all joy, knowing God uses adversities to grow us in dependence on, and intimacy with, Him. The Lord isn’t using life’s trials to break us down, but to build us more into Christlikeness.
Tag: spiritual growth
You might understand that you are a child of God, yet think of yourself as a child that the heavenly Father is disappointed in. But that type of perception about yourself isn’t reality. What God says about you is truth. So, allow the Word of Truth, the Bible, to give answer and assurance for: “Who am I in Christ?”
At the point of salvation, we are fully in Christ. Yet, we are to continue growing in Christ. As followers of Christ, we are called to live a life worthy and pleasing to the Lord; living as bond-servants of Christ who follow and yield to Him obediently as productive workers in His kingdom.