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  • How Believing Who God Says You Are Changes Everything
  • By: Aubrey Sampson
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  • Length: 4 hrs and 5 mins
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By: Aubrey Sampson
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Summary

Who am I? Does God see me? Does God love me? What is my purpose?

So much is tied up in our longing to know who we are: our worth, whether we’re loved, what we’re meant to do with our lives. But there’s a powerful truth that settles every question: God has named us, and the names he has spoken over us settle every question and pain we have experienced in our search for identity.

Names help us know that we belong and to whom we belong. Names carry authority and power. But we also carry other names - painful, damaging names that we have spoken over ourselves or that others have branded on us. Too often, in times of low self-worth, grief, or failure, we exchange our God-given identity for those false names.

When we believe God’s names for us, we will discover a life lived with purpose and passion. Are you ready to accept God’s invitation to silence the inner voice that keeps you from living freely, joyfully, and confidently?

A lot is at stake in understanding the sacred truth of who you are. The names you believe about yourself impact how you live, how you love, and how you move and bear witness to the gospel.

Hear this: God has true names that he speaks over you and wants you to hear above the false banter.

Known invites you to understand and embrace what it means to be created and named in the image of God. In the process, it will ignite a passion to speak life-giving names over others, to bless them through the power of the name that is above every other.

With vulnerability and humor, Aubrey Sampson shows you what it means to be powerfully and personally made and named in the image of God. Everything changes when you believe this incredible truth: You are known by God.

©2021 NavPress (P)2021 Tyndale House Publishers

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  • 10-09-21

God given identity

I finished this audiobook in 2 days, I was hooked. The first 2 chapters especially hit home for me reminding me that my God given name and identity is so intimate and only found in the redemptive love of Jesus! I love Aubreys honesty and her vulnerability sharing what God has done in her life and for wanting others to be "known" in Christ. Thank you friend!

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  • Parklyn Rakocy-Sheckart
  • 28-02-22

Awesome Book

This book helped me to realize that I am who God has named and not man. It also showed me that I am loved by God. I recommend this book to anyone who is struggling with their identity in God.

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  • 01-10-21

relatable and eye-opening

Relatable stories and tear-jerking truth bombs that remind us to get rid of the false names we've held onto and claim our true identities from the One who made us.