I AM COMPLETE

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It’s hard to enjoy life when chunks of your soul is missing. Feeling whole is an important part of existence. What makes you complete? (Colossians 2:1-10)

For in Him dwells all the fullness of the Godhead bodily; and you are complete in Him, who is the head of all principality and power. (Colossians 2:9-10)

complete: (1) Having all necessary parts: not lacking anything. (2) Not limited in any way. (3) Not requiring more work: entirely done or completed. (definition from merriam-webster.com)

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6 thoughts on “I AM COMPLETE

  1. Becoming the Godly person we want to be is a life-long process. It takes a great desire to stay with the process, but it can be done. The “transformation” in our thinking is the key to getting there!

    Enjoy your day and keep up the “fight!”

    TTL

    • Well… I think when we see daddy God’s love as it is, we would see from a rather wider perspective as to how that we are already complete IN HIM. We cannot become more Godly than He has made us to be IN HIM. And that we do not think perfectly what He thinks doesn’t mean INCOMPLETE.

      Our living everyday is to know that we are indeed COMPLETE. The “transformation” in our thinking is because we are already there.

      WHOLE, PERFECT, ABSOLUTE, FINISHED, CONCLUDED, FREE in Him. Our life and living should be based on a discovery of this truth. Amen.

      • I agree. We are complete in Jesus. What a great and liberating truth that is.

        This post reminded me of before I gave my life to God. I often felt incomplete. He is the only one who can make us whole. I wanted people to think about what really makes them whole, in the hopes that they will realize God is the only one who can completely fill the void.

        Because we are complete in Christ we are able to renew our minds to live a life that glorifies God.

      • You state absolute truth here! (I John 1:7) tells us that those who walk in the Light are continually cleansed by the blood of Jesus Christ.

        Do we still sin and fall short? Absolutely we do! However, God sees us as perfect in His sight as long as we abide in Him through Christ Jesus!

        Great comment!

        TTL

      • You hit the nail on the head! Transformation of the mind has to take place before real progress can be made. We always “live” wherever our true heart is…

        Have a great day!

        TTL

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