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The Course tells us we will identify with what we thin mmakes us safe--that may be the body, or money or whatever else we think provids our security. In truth, "Love is your safety." When we idntify with love, our true nature, we are home and we are safe. Let's practice this together! In so doing, we can together transcend all the the problems--be they illness, lack, disharmony or anxiety-that we seem to confront.
Join me tonight to explore the question of our true identity.
Do you know who you are? Have you allowed your past or other people to define you? The search for identity begins early in life, and if your foundation was never fully established right off the bat, chances are you've been in an ongoing internal battle for years.
Coming to terms with who you've become as opposed to who you were always meant to be can seem quite daunting at first. But if you're tired of swimming in a sea of uncertainty and you're ready to get to know that REAL you, then you can't miss today's show. It's time to shave off the layers of lies and begin to see yourself as God sees you.
Walker Moore, author of Escape the Lie: Journey to Freedom from the Orphan Heart believes the cost of finding yourself is well worth it. He knows what it's like to struggle with a personal identity crisis, and he's here to show you the way out. Tune in and join us on the air as we chat with him about how to expose the lies you've been believing about yourself and replace them with the truth.
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Alzheimer's Speaks is here to raise everyones voice when dealing with dementia. Come and join the conversation!
Today, learn how high school student and Girl Scout, Evelyn Jackson, is making a difference in our dementia care culture. She is working on obtaining the Girl Scouts "Gold Award," the highest award in Girl Scouting. Eveyln's project addresses the Alzheimer's community by teaching people the importance and process of making an "Identity Book," which is a simple photo album to be used as a resource throughout all stages of the disease.
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Identity is defined as who you are. It’s what makes you who you are; it's what makes you unique. Still, this can be hard to understand because many of us are still learning who we are each day.
People may call us things like unpopular, or nerd. They may also call us nice things like pretty, or say we’re good at sports. But God says these things are not who we are. Other people do not choose our identity. God chooses our identity. He tells us who we are.
You were made in the image of God. This is who you are to your very core. No matter what you like about yourself or don’t like about yourself, your identity is in God.
He says that we are His creation; He made us how and who we are for a reason. And no matter what others say, you matter to God. He created us to have a relationship with Him.
How does it make you feel to know that you were created in God’s image?
1 John 4:4-6
It can be tempting to let what others say about us define who we believe we are. But that’s not where our identity comes from. You are not what others say and think you are; you are what God says and thinks you are.
You are not on your own; you belong to God. You are His, and always will be. People will always look at us on the outside. They’ll think who we are depends on how we look and whether we’re cool or not. But God looks at our hearts, and we’ll only have peace when we believe who God says we are: His precious creations that He loves.
Who are you? Often times we miss what GOD has for us because we dont know who we are in Christ! Sometimes we destroy people because we dont know who we are in Christ. We cant move forward in GOD'S Kingdom, let alone bring others into the Kingdom if we dont know who we are in Christ. Alot of us are suffering from an Indentity Crisis!!! 1 Peter 2:9-10, Matthew 5:13-14, Galatians 4: 6-7
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Lifes Issues with Lloyd Rosen and his guest Phila Vocia & Aileen McCabe-Maucher.
Phila Vocia spent the school age years of my life preparing according to what we could afford, in terms of education and training, to work. And believe you me, I have been working, working, working. I have a website www.sensiblework.com . Only to find out that there are economic forces that the common man or woman can't fight. Keep the bills low and enjoy the status of life that you are in. If you can easily move up the ladder do it, but don't put yourself in too much debt. It's best to get an affordable roof over your head before you're too old and tired to accomplish a safe, secure old age. I subcontracted 2 homes, have been a landlady, even a constuction laborer. I have done many clerical jobs in the workforce and sales jobs, and marketing and owned an auto supply store.
Aileen McCabe-Maucher is the author of the book The Inner Peace Diet which was published by Penguin Books and released in December 2008. Aileen is a licensed clinical social worker, registered nurse and registered yoga teacher who lives and works in Wilmington, Delaware. She is currently a doctoral candidate at the University of Pennsylvania and loves showing people how to relax and tune into their own deepest wisdom. When she is not teaching, counseling clients or carting her family around town in her Honda Element, Aileen is fervently working on her dissertation and/or burning dinner. Please visit Aileen’s website at theinnerpeacediet.com to receive a free The Inner Peace Diet ebooklet.
Host Tiffany Williams-Jallow and Dr. Carl Hindy, clinical psychologist and author of bestelling book "If This Is Love, Why Do I Feel So Insecure?" help listeners identify and overcome their trust issues. Listeners are encouraged to join the chatroom or call the show live at 714-409-0610.
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How do you identify yourself? By what you do? By who you associate with? By your economic status?
Identity is crucial to living a purposeful life, but some people struggle with defining themselves. All their lives their identity has hinged on what other people said it should be. This can cause an ongoing inner conflict of the soul that manifests itself in various negative and unproductive ways.
If that's not the kind of life you want and you're ready to embrace and establish your true identity, join in on this chat!
We're talking with Thad Barnum, author of Real Identity: Where Bible and Life Meet. Call in with your questions and comments (646-716-6910), or log in to our chatroom during the broadcast.
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