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Aaron McManus | November 1, 2020

What is it that makes us forget that we are who God said we are? As humans, often we take our feelings and we use them to label ourselves incorrectly. John 10:14-15 tells us that God knows us more than we know ourselves even when we feel lost. God says, "I am the good shepherd; I know my sheep and my sheep know me just as the Father knows me and I know the Father and I lay down my life for the sheep."

God knows us and knows how to speak to us. But when we forget who we are we tend to isolate ourselves. But Jesus always gives us a chance to re-connect. When we feel guilt, shame, and loneliness God is letting us know there is disconnection. And instead of letting the definitions of others overpower the relationship God wants to have with us-He wants to be our source.

When we step into a relationship with Jesus, we get to know ourselves and others through Him. But sometimes we're so focused on the freedom that we think we need to have to feel alive. Instead, God wants to offer us freedom in relationship to Him. No matter what we think of ourselves, we can find assurance that God knows us better than we will ever know ourselves.

“What God has for us is so much better than what we think is coming.”
- Aaron McManus

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