God wants to transform you into His image. He wants to help you change from one level of glory to another (2 Corinthians 3:18). And He wants your little victories to become big victories.
The process of sanctification will take time. It will take effort on your part. And it will require your active obedience.
Here’s how obedience to God brings about sanctification—through little victories.
Your leadership ability is tied to your identity. You will never be able to lead anyone beyond where you see yourself. You must believe you can do something before you can lead anyone else to do it. Who you think you are will determine how you lead.
People will want to follow you if you can teach them how they can become better than they are. That starts with cultivating a belief in who you can become—based on God’s word—so you can help others believe who they can become.
To improve how you lead, use these Scriptures to cultivate your belief in who you can become.
Despite what others may tell you, gratifying your personal pleasures will not make you happy. In fact, it will leave you feeling empty. But obeying God will lead to your self-actualization.
God knows you better than you know yourself (Psalm 139:1-4). And God is for you (Romans 8:31). As a result, He knows what will truly make you happy.
Here are three reasons why obeying God will lead to your self-actualization.
God wants you to be who He made you to be, work how He wants you to work, and accomplish what He wants you to accomplish. In order to do all that, you first must discover your personal identity.
That is easier said than done. God is the source of your personal identity. And you must seek Him to know who He is in order to embrace the God-designed package of your personal identity.
Understanding your personal identity can be similar to understanding your company’s brand identity. Here are three questions to start you on your journey to discover your personal identity.
Do you ever take inventory of how you’re progressing? I’m not asking if you are happy with who you are. I’m asking if you like who you are becoming.
In life, you are never standing still. You are either moving forward or moving backward. If you’re not progressing, then you are regressing.
It’s important to be in the habit of self-analysis. Here are nine questions you can ask yourself to find out who are you becoming.
In order to have a clear vision for where you are going in life, it is important to first have an accurate handle on your personal identity.
A vision is a picture of a future state from a present vantage point. In order to build the vision for your life, you must first know your present vantage point. And you can establish that starting point by discovering your personal identity.
Here are the three components that go into building your personal identity.
In order for your company to achieve what you are supposed to achieve, you first must embrace your brand identity.
Once you understand your brand identity, then you can determine what you should do, whom you should serve, and where you are going. But it is imperative that you determine your brand identity as your starting point.
Here’s a breakdown of the three concepts that you will need to fully construct your brand identity.
As you live your life, how can you find personal significance in living? How can you make your life count the most?
You want to know that your life was lived for a purpose. So what is that purpose?
Here’s how you can find personal significance in living your life and leave the most important legacy you can leave in the process.
You spend a lot of time on your business because you have your own business. Or does your business own you?
I’m not saying that you shouldn’t put a lot of time into your business. But you should consider why you put that time into your business.
Here are three questions to consider as you think through whether or not your business owns you.
God has placed a calling on your life. He has created you to do something. But it’s difficult to figure out exactly what that is. Or is it?
God has given you ways that you can find out what He wants you to do. Because He has hardwired you to thrive in certain situations.
The search for your calling in life mirrors your search for the heart of God. God wants you to seek Him with all your heart and in the process you will learn more about yourself.
Here are 20 questions to consider as you seek out your calling.