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Confident Identity


A lot of Believers have a incorrect perception of who they are in Christ,
all too often children of God are feeling like failures, sinners, and guilt ridden. What does this do to a believer? It strips them of faith, and strength and causes them to feel hopeless and worthless. This is The exact opposite of what a child of God should be feeling like! If that isn't bad enough, it also prevents them from confidently seeking out a love relationship with their Heavenly Father and living out all of who God created them to be.

If you see yourself as a failure, you will feel like a failure, and you will live like a failure. 
Thoughts and perceptions are among the primary elements that affect our feelings. Demonic bondage is another cause for negative (depressive, fearful stressful living. 
Demons like to play with our thoughts and often indirectly affect our feelings through our thoughts. 

We have to take a stand against these demonic forces. 
God said he that I set free is free indeed. God said you have not received a spirit of bondage. God said any man be in Christ he is a new creation old things have passed away and all things are new. God said I give you power over all the power of the enemy and nothing shall hurt you. Got said at the end of the battle you will still be standing firm. God said I give you the keys to the kingdom of heaven and what so ever you bind on earth is bound in heaven whatsoever you loose on earth is loosed in heaven. God said speak to the mountain and it must obey you. God said You’re More than a Conqueror. God said You're an Overcomer. God said you’re victorious. God said you always triumph. God said You Win Every time. In 2018 focus your attention upon confidence in who and what God says about you, cast down every idol imagination that exalts itself against what God said about you. Take a stand and keep on walking by faith, your destination awaits.



by Bishop T.I. Winfree