Acts 17:27b-28 – Who does God say I am?

“Yet he is not far from each one of us, for ‘In him we live and move and exist’; as even some of your poets have said, ‘For we are indeed his offspring.” (Acts 17:27b-28)

My daughter-in-law is pregnant with my first grandson, and God is at work in him. Before God formed him in his mother’s womb, He knew him and had a purpose for him. (Jeremiah 1:5) God created his inmost being and knitted him together. (Psalm 139:13) God gifted him and set him apart. (Psalm 51:6)  

My grandson is remarkably and wonderfully made. (Psalm 139:14) God teaches him wisdom in that secret place. (Psalm 51:6) My grandson is strong, healthy, talented, happy, active, precious, anointed, positive, and full of God’s wisdom and love. In his mother’s womb, he lives, moves, and exists in God. He is God’s offspring.

Like my grandson, God knit you together with a purpose. He gave you every talent you need to fulfill your dreams. His love surrounds you. He leads you, pulls you back on track, and has your back. God’s spirit is close to you, waiting for you to call. She wants to give you power and change you from the inside out to be more like Jesus.

God says that you were created in His image (Genesis 1:27) and that you are his masterpiece. He created you in Christ Jesus to do the good things he planned for you long ago. (Ephesians 2:10) When you believe and say what God says about you, He’ll bring you into your purpose by opening new doors, creating coincidences, and giving you favor. You are and will be great.

Father God, I praise You for making me a masterpiece. Help me believe what you say about me. Let Your Holy Spirit dwell within me and change me to be more like Jesus so I can spread your love and achieve the dreams you’ve placed in my heart. Answer my bold prayers to do what is possible with the power of Your Spirit. In Jesus’ name, I pray, amen.

Acts 17:27b-28 – Who does God say I am?

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