In 2016 You Will Need To Be…lieve

We have reached the final word for 2016. Father has told us we need to be brave, strong, open, and proactive. Lastly we need to be…lieve. In 2016 you and I need to believe, be full of faith.

There will be plenty of reasons to worry. Reasons to doubt. Plenty of reasons to give up.

Believe.

Only believe.

If you have read or listened to my free e-book, Be Amazing: You Know You Want To, you will know what I believe. I believe in Jesus. I believe God created us for an incredible life. And I believe in you. I believe you can be the person Christ created you to be.

But do you?

Do you believe you are the person the Bible says you are? Valued? Righteous? Conqueror? Loved?

For the last year and a bit I have been working on a course. A course which will help people uncover who they are in Christ. Because in 20 years of ministry, I have encountered many Christians wrestling with various issues, yet the answer to their struggles is the same – know who you are in Christ, believe who the Bible says you are.

It is titled, Who You Are In Christ e-Course and you’ll love it.

The Bible says you are triumphant.
The Bible says you are forgiven.
The Bible says you are a new creation in Christ.

Yet many followers of Christ don’t live as the person the Bible says they are. Who You Are In Christ e-Course will help people do just that. I know it will change lives because knowing who I am in Christ changed mine.

2 Corinthians 1:20a For no matter how many promises God has made, they are “Yes” in Christ. 

What promise are you believing for? It is yes in Christ. Find out who you are in Christ, and you can access everything else.

I created Who You Are In Christ e-Course because I believe in you. I believe in your potential. I believe you are amazing. 

I want you to believe it about yourself. 

Check out Who You Are In Christ e-Course: 21 Days to Knowing Who You Are In Christ. 

You probably know someone who would benefit from this course as well, so be sure to let your friends know about it too. The church needs to believe who they truly are in Christ.

More about Sarah Coleman

Sarah Coleman is wife, mother of two boys, writer, pastor, teacher and friend. She loves Jesus with a passion and the feel of Australian sand beneath her toes.

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