the time to address these questions?
If you struggle with hope, making decisions, relating to others, or being confident of your value, you may not understand your eternal value to the Father. The more you apprehend who you are and who you are not, confusion from the enemy will diminish. Your identity withers in isolation but matures when you are in an honest and loving relationship with the Godhead, yourself, and others.
Mankind goes throughout life without direction, purpose, and knowing who they are for many reasons. They possibly conclude that what they do, not who the Bible says they are, is their identity. Others allow the ungodly opinions of others to speak into their existence when the Father had much more to offer. In this thoughtful and challenging teaching, Dr. Henry W. Wright brings the Word into focus in a pragmatic way to answer the questions: Who am I? Why am I here? And does anybody care?