Ten Daily Affirmations from Ephesians 1:1-14 (Infographic)

This Week’s Thought: Many years ago, I decided to let the Scripture form my theology rather than squeeze the Scripture into the mold (frame) of my thoughts. I noticed that many preachers and books I read didn’t affirm God’s people. Instead, they were critical, even hostile. On the other hand, Paul and the apostles constantly affirmed God’s people, reflecting the Father’s heart for his church. They confirmed their identity – an identity so entangled with Jesus that you couldn’t pull the two apart. When the apostles corrected God’s people, it came from the perspective of who the church really was, not who they weren’t. I recently made these Ten affirmations from Ephesians 1:1-14 to help my daughter. But I also hope it helps you. Each time you say them, it’s like you’re watering the plant of your life. Speaking what the Father says and thinks about you will cause you to flourish. (Tap to open. Press to save. Pinch to zoom in and out.)

Published by: ggerhauser

Born and raised on Long Island, New York, I migrated to Australia in 1999. That’s when I married my beautiful wife, Anna, and we planted our church and Bible School. We’re now the proud parents of four children, ranging in age from eight to twenty-one. We’re still pastoring the same beautiful church, Church on the Park, in the the heart of Brisbane, Australia (https://www.brisbanefire.com). We also continue to teach our awesome students at Holy Fire Ministry Training School (https://www.holyfireschool.com). I love to write and encourage God's people. And something that many people don't know, I'm a DJ as well (aka DJ SOL Vibes).

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