Worship Wednesday…I Am No Victim

I am no victim, I live with a vision
I’m covered by the force of love
Covered in my Savior’s blood
I am no orphan, I’m not a poor man
The kingdom’s now become my own
And with the King I’ve found a home

He’s not just reviving
Not simply restoring
Greater things have yet to come
Greater things have yet to come

He is my Father, I do not wander
If His plans for me are good
If He’ll come through like He should
‘Cause He is provision and enough wisdom
To usher in my brightest days
To turn my mourning into praise

He’s not just reviving
Not simply restoring
Greater things have yet to come
Greater things have yet to come

I am who He says I am
He is who He says He is
I’m defined by all His promises
Shaped by every word He says
Oh I am who He says I am
He is who He says He is
I’m defined by all His promises
Shaped by every word He says
Oh-oooh!…

Oh I’m no victim, I live with a vision
I’m covered by the force of love
Covered in my Savior’s blood
I am no orphan, I’m not a poor man
The kingdom’s now become my own
And with the King, I have a home
He is my Father
He is provision and enough wisdom
I am no victim

 

By Kristene Dimarco

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Favorite Finds Friday!

So, my friend Allison Allen is amazing! And not only because we share the same last name! But, she is amazing because she is funny, gracious, kind, passionate and a deep well of wisdom. She doesn’t just carelessly throw out words. She carefully crafts them and filters them through the lens of Scripture and the Holy Spirit. Also, she is a champion’s champion. She has been one of the greatest sources of love and encouragement in my life over the past year. I am beyond blessed to have her in my life!

You can have some of that encouragement in your life too! Allison has just released her first book, called Shine: Stepping Into the Role You Were Made For

From the website…

“Actors aren’t the only ones who play characters. Many of us do, much of the time. We walk into a room, figure out who we’re supposed to be in this context, slip into character, and say the lines we know we should say. We become someone else. Maybe we tell ourselves it’s some version of us, but deep down we know this inauthentic character is not what God wants for our lives—and it’s not what we want either.

With fascinating personal stories and sharp insight into human nature, former actor Allison Allen calls you to drop the brave act and step into the role of a lifetime—being your real self in Christ, no matter what the critics might say. She gives you permission to talk about, rather than around, the things you feel, freeing you to step out of the shadows and into the light of God’s true calling.”

 

Allison, through her incredibly winsome personality meets you where you are and leads you to a place of incredible freedom. She has opened the door for all of us to fully be who God created us to be and to fully walk out that identity in the world around us. It’s never too late to receive fresh vision or dream a new dream. It’s never too late to shine and step into the roles we were made for!

 

Visit her site, buy her book and connect with someone who passionately desires to see you fulfill the calling on your life!

allisonallen.net

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