The Truth About Who You Are {Free Printable}

the truth about who you are

Sometimes it’s easy to forget who we are in Christ. For those who have trusted in Jesus for their salvation, here is the truth about who you are.

I Am …

I am known, formed, and knitted.
I am fearfully and wonderfully made.

I am justified,
loved while still a sinner.

My old self is crucified.
I am no longer a slave to sin.

I am not condemned, not a slave, but adopted.
Nothing can separate me from Christ Jesus.

I am blessed with spiritual blessings.

I am chosen and blameless,
worthy of an inheritance and predestined
to His purpose.

I am sealed with the promised Holy Spirit.

I am made alive in Christ and saved by grace.

I am raised up and seated with Him in heavenly places.

I am in Christ Jesus.

I am His workmanship,
created in Him for good works.

I am a fellow citizen with the saints,
a member of the household of God.

My husband penned this in his journal a few weeks ago, and then shared it with me. This is not unique, or new material. It is simply scriptures personalized. But it is rich with truth, truth we need to tell ourselves daily!

I took his journal entry (with his permission, of course) and created a printable for those who might need a reminder about who they are in Christ like I did.

the truth about who you are

You canΒ Download the “I Am” Printable Here

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12 Comments

  1. I really needed that today. I just wrote a letter to a really close friend trying to explain just that to her. Now I can send this along with it. Thanks a bunch.
    Love and Prayers to you and your family.

  2. We live in a world that pursued finding ourselves and yet we what we need to find is whose we are and who we are in Him! Love this, Leigh Ann, and will pass the printable along to many friends who need this constant reminder!

  3. Wow, thanks for sharing! This is just the sort of thing I could get used to looking at when I wake up in the morning (especially on Mondays). Your husband sounds like a wonderful guy!

  4. Dear Leigh, Thank you for this wonderful inspiring information. I have a prayer request. You have two little boys. What if they stopped dreaming? What if they forgot they could carry out a dream. I have a 17 year old grandson who is just that. He believes in God. He has been baptized. His life circumstances has made him believe he is a flat lined person. Please join me with prayers for God to work miracles in his life to inspire him to dream and to carry out his dreams for God. His name is Mathew. His nickname, I gave him when he was a little boy is MatMan. He got this for his super hero capes and swords and little boy dreams. Some how they were stolen from him. Thank you:)

  5. I recently came across this website while looking on Pinterest. As a junior in high school there are multiple temptations that I care nothing for. I’ve been scolded for my beliefs and actions because the secular, material things aren’t my first priority, but the only effects the remarks have on me are that they grow me closer to God, and my peers let me know that I’m being salt and light in this world. This page has encouraged me to be an even better person and grow me closer to the Almighty God. I thank you for standing up to your calling God has given you. God is good all the time, and all the time God is so good!