When our children are leaving us to spend time with friends or family, after reminding them to behave, we whisper to them, “Remember who you are and Whose you are.”
When you give your heart and life to God, you are on of his children. With that comes not only a new life but an abundance of promises He has made to each one of us.
We are His beloved.
He has given us promises of divine favor; mercy, grace, joy, love, forgiveness…the list is long and cannot be exhausted no matter what situation we face.
As parents, we need to remember who we are and Whose we are. Although, we do suffer through trials, and hardships, no matter what comes our way, we’re still His.
We can’t encourage our children to know their identity in Christ if we struggle ourselves. For this reason, I remind myself often:
I am a child of God, the thought out creation of the One true and living God. Blue blood runs through my veins.
I am the daughter of a King.
“But to all who did receive Him, who believed in His name, He gave the right to be called children of God.” John 1:12