Podcast #232: “You Say” by Lauren Daigle

Discovering What God Really Says in Ephesians 2, 2 Corinthians 12, & Isaiah 41 & 43

It is so easy for me to fall into the trap of allowing what others think of me to determine my identity. There is really only ONE who has the authority to tell me who I am…and that is my Creator. Lauren Daigle’s new song “You Say” inspired a sort of scavenger hunt through Scripture to discover who we really are in HIM.

Let’s discover what God’s Word has to say about it and stand in faith and belief on what it says.

On this week’s episode I discuss:

  • Taking a B.I.T.E. out of Scripture – this week’s Bible Interaction Tool Exercises include:
    • Read in context
    • Meditate
    • Ask Questions
  • You say I am loved – Ephesians 2:4-5
  • Asking these questions…
    • What do I learn about God?
    • What do I learn about people?
    • What do I learn about relating to God? Is there something I can praise or thank Him for? Is there a sin I can confess and repent from? Is there a promise or truth to believe?
  • You say I am strong – 2 Corinthians 12:7-10
  • Paul learned to be content with weakness because it put the strength of Christ on full display
  • You say I am held – Isaiah 41:9-10
  • Everything God says of US is directly related to HIM
  • You say I am Yours – Isaiah 43:1-7
  • Placing our identity in God’s strong, capable, and uplifting hands
  • Allowing the Word of God to work in us – 1 Thessalonians 2:13

 

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Watch the official music video below.

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This Week’s Challenge

We spent time in four areas of Scripture on this episode. You could choose one area or all four to spend time in this week. Ponder God’s love in Ephesians 2, Christ’s strength in 2 Corinthians 12, God’s victorious right hand holding us in Isaiah 41, or the profound truth that we belong to God in Isaiah 43. Don’t forget to read in context and take time to meditate on what you are learning. Always ask questions along the way, and it’s best to start with what you learn about God before you move into any other area.

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