Acts 12:1-11; Psalms 34:2-9; II Timothy 4:6-8,17-18; Matthew 16:13-19
Are you confused about the direction of your life?
Do you feel like you don’t know who you really are?
Are you having trouble deciding where you stand in terms of your philosophy of life?
Have you failed to see your role in life?
These are the key questions for diagnosing the condition known as “identity crisis” — a term first coined by the developmental psychologist Erik Erikson some fifty years ago. Erikson believed that the formation of identity was one of the most important parts of a person’s life. Who we say we are; who we think we are; and who we believe the rest of the world thinks we are, governs virtually everything we…
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