If we emphasize something about ourselves, it increases the focus on it, negative or positive. If, for example, we have a zit on our face, we notice …though nobody else does …until we mention it. Then it seems to grow, and everyone seems to talk about it. The moment we speak forth what we assume is negative about ourselves, we bring attention to it.
The way we see ourselves, or the way others see us, cannot compare with how God sees us. God leads us to see ourselves the way He sees us: as perfect, flawless, beautiful pearls. We belong to Him and He’s very protective of us; He loves to shower us with His love; He loves to hang out with us; and He rejoices when we answer the call to spend time with Him.
The enemy uses words to belittle us, so God’s Word must be our focus. We learn to hear God’s voice instead of other voices by spending time with Him and in His Word. We cannot question the potter regarding the clay. With a grateful heart, we praise Him for we are His workmanship. We walk in our divine identity, from glory to glory!
Psalm 139:14 “I will praise You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made; Marvelous are Your works, And that my soul knows very well.”God leads us to see ourselves the way He sees us: as perfect, flawless, beautiful pearls. Click To Tweet