Who Do You Think You Are?

Happy Sunday lovelies, hope you all had a wonderful day? Oh I had a swell time with my creator today and thought to share some inspiration with you guys.

"A major problem of our time is an epidemic of low self-worth and self-esteem. We act most times like the person we perceive ourselves to be and our actions, feel­ings and even abilities are consistent with this self-image we've developed for ourselves.

A sense of being without worth lies at the root of almost all our personal, moral and spiritual problems - we believe we don't have all it takes to be whole and thereby indulge in empty relationships and get addicted to all sorts just to find love and acceptance, we doubt our own worth and become jealous of those who appear better off than us, we compare ourselves with others, and become so angry and resentful when we don't meet up to that standard, and so many more.

How you see yourself and how you feel about yourself will affect just about every aspect of your life. You will probably think, speak, act and react as the person you think you are. The writer of Proverbs says,

“As a man thinks in his heart, so is he.”

Do you know that, low self-esteem and worth:
▶ Results in a tragic loss of human potential, watered down living, wasted gifts and broken dreams.
▶ Destroys our dream and any hope of realizing God’s great plan for our life.
▶ Keeps us from believing that God really loves and cares about us. Such thinking leads to inner questions and resentments which can seriously undermine our relationship with God and others. 
▶ Results in isolation from others and loss of opportunities. 

The good news is that, with God’s instructions and enablement, our mental blueprint can be redrawn. The real you is the person God sees, not the image you project (Prov. 23:7). In developing a healthy self-image, we must base our self-image on what God’s Word says about us, rather than the false, fickle standards of society.

Realize that you are deeply loved, completely forgiven, fully pleasing, totally accepted, and complete in Christ because of what He has done on your behalf. You are free! Free to “proclaim the excellencies of Him who called you out of darkness into His marvelous light” (1 Pet. 2:9). Stay awesome and have a wonderful week. Xo

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