• Rev. Wayne Sanders

Walking Together With God

October 26, 2021

Amos 3:3

3 "How can two walk together unless they agree?"

The more you agree with God about who you are, the more you will see and identify yourself in walking with Christ. This will cause your behavior to reflect who you really are.

So my desire this morning is that you might be encouraged today as we learn to see ourselves as God sees us. God's opinion is really the only one that counts anyway, right? So why not accept what God says about you? Let's agree with Him and become the spiritual person you were created to be.

Testimony: We were at a woman’s prison facility last night and, after a powerful time of praise and worship, we heard a message straight from the throne room of Heaven. Pricilla, one of our volunteers, said that she had to switch her message to the one that the Father was giving her at that moment.

There were 62 women in the service and over half of them raised their hands to receive Jesus into their hearts. I asked the ladies how many prayed that prayer for the first time and over 20 responded with a yes. Praise God!

This is the first step for these women to identify who they are in Christ. The foundational understanding of who we are in Christ is a major key to living successful Christian lives with purpose. Your identity doesn't depend on something you do or have done. Your true identity is who God says you are. So why not agree with Him?

Father, I am so glad You chose to love me and to allow Your Son to pay the price for my sins. In Jesus's name, Amen.

Blessing on the journey, and remember the best is yet to come.

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