Core of the problem video

Here is a short video illustrating the principle that at the root of most of our problems is a conflict in identity. The conflict between who we a really are and who we have become to believe we are. This is such an important principle, and yet most people are blind to their false identity. We have so completely believed the lie of our false identity, it may seem preposterous to suggest we are someone other than who we believe we are. Discovering who we really are, aligning with our true identity, is a life-long process. As we do so there is greater peace of mind, greater confidence, and increased capacity to perform.  I hope this video helps to illustrate this.

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When Jesus Christ walked the earth, he was completely aligned with his true identity, and miracles happened all the time. As we align with our true identity, our capacity will be closer to Christ’s. Christ invited us to follow him, to do what he did, to become like him. He wants us to be able to do what he did.

“He that believeth on me, the works that I do shall he do also; and greater works than these shall he do; because I go unto my Father.” (New Testament, John 14:12)

Wow, what an amazing promise. But first we have to know who we really are. Given that we were created in the image of God, the better we come to know Christ; his characteristics, and the type of being he is, the better will come to know who we are. We will see a reflection of us in him, and a reflection of him in us. That is our true divine nature.

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About Arden Compton

I love helping people be the best that they can be. Addiction, stress, limiting beliefs & emotions, and bothersome memories are my specialties. I am happily married to my wife Cheryl, we have 7 robust, growing children. I like to ballroom dance, play volleyball, and enjoy the beauty of nature!
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