Your identity is wrong.
Our identities are naturally shaped by the hands we’ve been dealt in life—our personalities, ethnicities, birth order, childhood experiences, and so on. Even those drivers of identity that we can influence—our achievements and the roles we play—are subject to change. When all of these influences define who we are and how we see ourselves, our identities become unstable, even fragile. What if the cards we’ve been dealt were not limitations and liabilities but instead were potentials and possibilities? The apostle Paul provides insight that can help us anchor our identities to something secure and stable.