Believing the Truth About Your Identity

Believing the Truth About Your Identity

”For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother’s womb. I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well” (Psalm 39:13-14).

God is reaching out to each one of us in a multitude of ways to show us our true identity in Christ. If you were asked to identify yourself in normal everyday life, you would probably take your ID out of your wallet. It describes who you are. Your ID determines what and who you are associated with.

In a similar way, we all have spiritual identities. Our spiritual identity shows who we are and what we have in the spiritual realm. The problem is that we try to take out our old tattered identity – the old lies, the old image, the old problems and struggles. God wants us to take out our new identity and new image.

He wants us to embrace this life-changing new identity. He wants to help us believe who we are in relation to His Father heart for us. The problem is that most Christians do not believe who they really are in Christ. This is one of the greatest problems in the Church. We don’t know our true identity. God longs for our companionship. We are loved by God. He wants to reveal this to us in the intimate place. The following video will help you to believe the truth about your identity.

Believing the Truth About Your Identity

This 6 1/2 minute video will help you to know God’s love and how He sees You. It’s called: Believing the Truth About Your Identity.

“Keep and guard your heart with all vigilance and above all that you guard, for out of it flow the springs of life” (Proverbs 4:23).

By Debbie Przybylski
Intercessors Arise International
International House of Prayer Kansas City (IHOPKC)
www.intercessorsarise.org

How to Pour Your Heart Out to God

How to Pour Your Heart Out to God

“Though the fig tree does not bud and there are no grapes on the vines, though the olive crop fails and the fields produce no food, though there are no sheep in the pen and no cattle in the stalls, yet I will rejoice in the LORD, I will be joyful in God my Savior” (Habakkuk 3:17-18).

Did you know that even in sadness you can worship God in prayer? You can worship God in the midst of difficulty through a prayer of lament. There are many of these kinds of prayers in Scripture, and all the major Bible characters poured their hearts out to God in prayers of lament.

When experiencing the dark night of the soul, prayers of lament are so helpful. We live in a broken world where things do not always go right. There are times when we don’t know what God is doing or which way to turn.

Pouring out hearts out to God can make all the difference in the world because God actually changes us during these times. Prayers of lament are a form of worship and faith. We worship God even in the midst of pouring our difficulty out before Him. Instead of backing away from God during a hard time, we face the pain and worship Him with it.

Praising God in the midst of difficulty is so powerful because God stands in the moment with us. The animated video below will help you to know how to pour out your heart to God during difficult times in your life.

How to Pour Your Heart Out to God in Prayer

The following 6 minute animated video will help you know how to pour out your heart to God in a prayer of lament. It’s called: How to Pour Your Heart Out to God.

A New Intercessors Arise course has been launched called: “How to Powerfully Pray God’s Word for Breakthrough.” Check it out here:

How to Powerfully Pray God’s Word for Breakthrough

“If you are in mourning, you have the opportunity to worship in the most powerful way possible: lamentation. This worship isn’t done in order to have God remove the pain. It simply recognizes that God stands in the moment with us. Lamentation elevates God in the presence of our enemies. It brings out a side of God that other forms of worship simply cannot touch.” Graham Cooke

By Debbie Przybylski
Intercessors Arise International
International House of Prayer Kansas City (IHOPKC)
www.intercessorsarise.org