Silence the lies you’ve believed about your identity.
If you’re defined by the opinions of others who don’t agree with what God says about you, you’ve come to the right place.
God said, “I AM who I AM” when he introduced himself to Moses in Exodus 3:13–15. He also said, “This is my name forever, the name you shall call me from generation to generation.” More than 1,200 years later in John 8:58, Jesus called himself “I am.”
The verses listed under the subheading Who I AM is describe God’s character. Meditating on them will keep you from believing lies about God or agreeing with lies attributed to God.
The verses in the Who I Am column reveal what God thinks about you. Meditate on them to replace the lying opinions of others with the truth of how deeply you’re loved.
While far from exhaustive, the Bible verses on this page will help you identify and renounce wrong beliefs about who God is and about who God says you are.