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Hi Friend,

The past couple of days the Lord has really been dealing with me on the topic of authenticity.

It is not something many people talk about or even mention in christian circles but it is vitally important for us to be authentic or as close to authentic as possible.

Hebrews 12:8 TPT

[8] We all should welcome God's discipline as the validation of authentic sonship. For if we have never once endured his correction it only proves we are strangers and not sons.

One meaning for authenticity means truthfulness. To build our lives on truth means we have chosen the strongest foundation that possibly can exist to build our lives on. We are authentic children of God. We are His royal priesthood and holy nation called the temple of the Holy Spirit or in other words the Spirit of truth.

The more truthful we are the more powerful we are in Him. The more authentic we are the more expression we allow Gods Spirit to have through us and we would truly be identified as sons and daughters of God.

Luke 17:6 TPT

[6] Jesus responded, "If you have even the smallest measure of authentic faith, it would be powerful enough to say to this large tree, 'My faith will pull you up by the roots and throw you into the sea,' and it will respond to your faith and obey you."

God empowers authenticity. God reveals sonship through authenticity. Authenticity increases on the bases of allowing ourselves to be transformed into our original state of our design and form which is the reality we have become in Christ. We are therefore worthy of trust, reliance and favor. Our report is completely authentic. My original form is the likeness and image of Christ in which I find my authenticity.....the who I am.

2 Corinthians 6:4 TPT

[4] Yet, as God's servants, we prove ourselves authentic in every way. For example: We have great endurance in hardships and in persecutions. We don't lose courage in a time of stress and calamity.

When we operate in truth we are exactly in tune with God’s design. Truth puts us in the flow of Gods will and purpose for our lives.

When we’re authentic, we’re vulnerable, aware, open, curious, and truthful above all else. We’re in touch with our thoughts and our feelings, our doubts and our fears, our dreams and our passions, and so much more. When we’re authentic, we’re also able to own up to it when we’re being phoney.

Personal authenticity is not about proving anything to anyone; it’s about being ourselves from our core. What’s true for us is true for us, and when we know it and feel it within us, it doesn’t need to be defended—just owned and ultimately lived.

Philippians 2:3 TPT

[3] Be free from pride-filled opinions, for they will only harm your cherished unity. Don't allow self-promotion to hide in your hearts, but in authentic humility put others first and view others as more important than yourselves.

Psalm 32:2 NIV

[2] Blessed is the one whose sin the Lord does not count against them and in whose spirit is no deceit.

Deceit is the opposite of truth or authenticity. It is false and has no substance. Deceit is empty and void with a destructive end. God says blessed (empowered to prosper) is the person who doesn’t act in hypocrisy.

Ephesians 1:4 NIV

[4] For he chose us in him before the creation of the world to be holy and blameless in his sight. In love

Be real, be you!

We will go on a journey together for the following months revealing the limitless glory of God in our lives if we dare to be authentic and willing to allow Him to transform our lives into our original created state.

Much Love

Didier Tison

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