So then you are no longer strangers and aliens, but you are fellow citizens with the saints and members of the household of God—Ephesians 2:19
Brother, you are not a stranger to God but a citizen. Your identification is a son of the Highest God. In his household, you have a space and a place at the table. You're a member here. In his house, you are called a saint. Stop thinking of yourself as a sinner. This title is long gone. God doesn't use this term in his house. Sit with the saints, and enjoy your privilege. It's God's great joy.
ASK THIS: Why do you have trouble accepting the privileges of your citizenship?
DO THIS: Call yourself a "citizen, saint, and son" five times today. And then accept it and believe it.
PRAY THIS: God, forgive me for not accepting my place at your table. Today I accept, believe, and receive it. And I will praise your name for the invitation and designation.
PLAY THIS: Vineyard Worship: No Longer Strangers.
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