You have an identity, but it is not of your making. Creator God fashioned you with a glorious DNA, and He opened the door for you to have full revelation of your potential. For every individual who has believed upon Jesus’ blood for new life, identity in Christ rests in His resurrection power. Your part? Make an agreement with truth. “And I pray that you… may have power… to know this love that surpasses knowledge- that you may be filled to the measure of all the fullness of God” (Ephesians 3:19).
Many Christians are victims of stolen identity. The Bible clearly reveals the truth of your identity in Jesus Christ, but lies of the enemy incite you to believe that the potential in Christ does not exist, and even if it did, you cannot attain it. Reclaim your legal position as a child of God.
Be warned. Find Her will change the way you see yourself, and the truth of who you are will cause you to change your world! It all starts here. But before you prepare yourself for what to do, settle in your heart who you are created to be.
Renee Beamer has a desire for God’s daughters to walk in God-confidence and has written the devotional, Find Her, for the purpose of uniting us in scriptural truth. Two years ago Renee compiled one hundred descriptions of the believer’s identity as declared in the New Testament. She often used the list as a reference, but later realized the need for all women to study and apply the traits.
Renee, her husband, Jon, and their two children live in Southeastern Virginia, and all are active in regularly serving the community through teaching, mentoring and volunteering.
Want to join the movement of cheering God’s name and fame?
- Declare your blood-bought identity in Christ and use the hashtag, #YouAreMoreThanYouKnow.
- Sign up for Find Her updates including the release date and special promos. Click here to enter your email address and know that we never publicize nor share your information.
- Contact Renee Beamer for speaking on a woman’s identity in Christ. Renee customizes the message based on the three to five identity traits that you want to see your group study.