Identity Theft: Loved

Identity Theft: Loved

Well good morning, everybody. I'm glad you're here. I'm glad I'm here, and I also want to thank those who watch via the internet. Some of you watch via the internet and you're just sort of dialing through different churches to find the one. You've just found it. Come on down, and welcome to you as well. We're in our series called Identity Theft, and most of us are very aware of identity theft. Most of us have a good idea of what that looks like when people steal our Social Security Numbers or credit card numbers, and it's a financial thing. But we're talking about an identity theft of where people don't understand what God has done for them, what God has said about them, and a lot of times, if we don't know that then we miss out.

Identity Theft: Chosen

Identity Theft: Chosen

So how is everybody this morning? Are you excited to be in the house of the Lord? I know I am. Well, greetings to everybody. Glad you're here, and also, welcome to those who watch via the internet. We're glad that you tuned in. Hope these messages minister to you. As you know, we're in our series called "Identity Theft." And we're talking about the fact that many of us probably aren't in danger of ruining our lives per se, but we may be in danger of wasting certain things in our life that God has said to us in His word that we might not be aware of. And so you know I've been talking about this box for the last couple of weeks. And I gave you an analogy in the first message that we did about how if this box would have come to your house, and you didn't open it up for a long time. And then later you opened it up, and you realized there were things in it that you desperately needed to hear. We want to now open up this box today and start pulling out things that God says about you in His word.