The Born-again Identity

The Born-again IdentityBorn (again) Identity

A man washed up at sea, alone and desperate – without any clarity as to who he is and what his purpose is. Jesus intervenes in his life to reveal that he has paid the price for the man’s failure and as the man accepts this on faith, the man is liberated from the control of the past and starts to make his own choices for real life.

The Born-again Supremacy

The liberated man is in charge of his own flesh and living in freedom under the leading of the Holy Spirit. He learns to see the difference between the programming of his former sinful life and true   freedom. He learns to take the lead in the fight against control and manipulation. Growth in this leads to victory in life.

The Born-again Ultimatum

As the man matures and learns who are on the side of the Kingdom and how the enemies operate, he becomes a target for those enemies. Some who appear to be on the side of the Kingdom, are in fact deceivers, seeking their own empires. Some enemies are evidently evil, and need to be stopped. The man has only one option, to stick to the truth and ultimately even his own life is not something he can cling onto.

The Born-again Legacy

The man who has lived his life in Jesus’ liberty leaves consequences for the next generation. The exposure of truth and removal of evil control systems will result in opportunities for those who come next. One person’s liberty from the evil programme will enable many others to take the battle against darkness to a new level.

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3 Responses to “The Born-again Identity”

  1. Greg Reagan Says:

    Great analogy, John.

  2. onlyhope77 Says:

    Well done John!

  3. Jim Palmer Says:

    I enjoyed the Bourne series and your creative analogy. Did you see the last one? He goes through a rebirth experience where his temporary superior power becomes permanent through a near death experience. I think there’s maybe more to the story in the sequal…death to self…new life in the Spirit?

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