[The a bove photo is the wooden ceiling of a very old Mission at La Foret Conference Cemter in the B;ack Forest near the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs. The Lodge Pole Pines were hand-cut, hand-stripped and hand-installed.  The ceiling has about 12 sections like this.

"WHO AM I?  REALLY!"                                               

   Principle - "You Have Been Chosen By God"                 

 Study for Week of JANUARY 5, 2020                                    

Have you ever.... or are you now struggling with the mental exercise of knowing exactly “who you are?”   Is there a chance that what you’ve taken for granted for so long or just decided may not be the “real” you?  Is it possible that you’ve made the mistake of using what you do as your vocation or expertise as the basis for who you are?   Today’s Come and See program is going to speak to this question and perhaps give you some helpful points that will help you in this area – Who are you, REALLY! 

This is so important for each of us clearly know exactly who we are – have a correct self-awareness or self-identity.    It’s essential for our mental, emotional, and spiritual health.  As you listen to Dr. Robbins, you will hear him clearly say  who we believe we are... colors EVERYTHING else in our life.  It determines our conduct, our attitude, our relationships, how we deal with challenges, how we view loved ones and friends and, yes, even God.  Who you know or think you are is the determining factor for you. 

Thomas Q has us in an expository study of the New Testament book of First Thessalonians.  Today, subject will again explore the verses in the fifth chapter.   Listen for those helpful ideas God intends for you to hear to help you  determine your personal identity and reflect on how you fit into the His template.  

The title of this relevant lesson is  “Who am I?  Really!”  or “ The Importance Knowing Yourself."


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Something To Consider

We’ve all had our share of failing to accomplish something that we set out to do.  But, failing in this way isn’t the same thing as failure!   Failure occurs when we give up and no longer think that we can succeed.  So remember, success comes in “cans”  --  failure comes in “can’ts!"  The truth is, “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.”  (Philippians 4:13)    -Thomas Q.