How you see yourself determines how you treat yourself and others. Do you have a healthy, loving view of yourself? Are you comfortable in your skin?
Looking good, titles, money, material things, and other people’s perception of you means nothing if you are not comfortable in your skin.
From Genesis to Revelation, God made his intentions clear regarding his children – You are Mine, You are loved, and You were worth dying for. And even if all else fails, His Word stands forever.
You made it this far with all your baggage, imperfection, weaknesses, shame, guilt, and flaws. Isn’t it time you start loving all of you? To keep finding faults with yourself is to question God’s creative ability and tarnish his masterpiece.
“May I have the courage today To live the life that I would love, To postpone my dream no longer But do at last what I came here for And waste my heart on fear no more.” ― John O’Donohue.
“Never underestimate the power you have to take your life in a new direction.” ― Germany Kent
None of our lives are perfect, but even in this season, there is cause to rejoice, love, peace, joy, laughter, good friends, and family. If you search within your heart, there is more reason to be thankful.
Until you make peace with who you are, you will not be content with where you are and what you have.
May you see yourself as God sees you, through the eyes of love, through the eyes of the beholder, through the eye of Christ.
God has a purpose for your life. Find your identity and self-worth in Christ.
Prayer: Father, forgive me for taking so long to realize You’re the only ONE I’ve always needed.