Identity in Christ Course – 15 teachings

Identity in Christ Course – 15 teachings

IF YOU WANT TO TAKE THE COURSE IT’S FREE, JUST SEND ME AN EMAIL REQUEST:   jasonlomelino@hotmail.com  —————————— Identity in Christ Course by Jason Lomelino The purpose of these 15 teachings is to establish your identity in Christ alone. Each teaching will be around 5 to 8 minutes in length. These teachings are purposely short to encourage you to go to the Word and find more gold on your own time. What is being asked of you: Watch all 15 teachings within 50 days of beginning them. After you finish each individual teaching, write at least one paragraph on: (1) What spoke to you? (2) Why did it speak to you? Remember the blessing is in the doer of the word not the hearer (James 1:22). A few other things: > Please don’t share these teachings. If someone is interested, have them email me to get access. > I highly encourage you to watch each teaching 2 to 3 times as they are short and full of truth that sets us free. > Remember the goal for this course is transformation, not more information. Please use what you are learning to journal, talk to God, and bring into your conversations with other people. The more you think, talk, and pray about what God is revealing to you, the more you’ll get out of it. In Christ, Jason “We proclaim Him, admonishing every man and teaching every man with all wisdom, so that we may present every man complete in Christ.” – Colossians...
BE A VOICE NOT AN ECHO

BE A VOICE NOT AN ECHO

I have had a tendency as a preacher, especially when I was young in the Lord, to want to say things the same way other people were saying them. I was afraid of standing out; I chose instead to be comfortable. Scared of being a voice, I was comfortable with being an echo. Afraid to paint outside the lines. Afraid to journey into the unknown. Afraid of failure. Fear sucks. Like a scared kid who rushes past the house with the crazy dog barking, I was terrified of preaching. The first sermon I gave, ironically, was on identity. I preached an 11 minute message, took about three and a half breaths in that time, and could not be more thankful when it was over. I was afraid. I have come to understand being afraid is normal, especially when it comes to the unknown. Speaking before 100-plus people was unknown to me, something I had never done. When I began my journey as a preacher I was obsessed with others liking my messages. I thought for this to happen I needed to sound like popular preachers of the day. I know that might sound silly but we all have a tendency to want to be liked and to shape ourselves to what we think will be liked. I believe when we are young in the Lord, it is okay to see how others are doing things and even model our style after them. The only problem is if we continue on this track without moving (even if it’s a slow move) away from the comfortable safety of being an echo, we...
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