Have you ever struggled with thoughts like “You are not enough”?
What a silly lie!
There are a lot of false messages and misinformation out there about who you are. So today, let me share a simple but mega truth with you: you are a daughter of the Most High!
What does this mean?
It means you are a daughter of the King of Kings, a holy princess with strengths and abilities to be used in His kingdom.
It means that you are a cherished member of God’s royal family, given access to the fullness of His love and provision. You are not a slave nor a hired hand for God. You are God’s beautiful creation whom He celebrates.
You are God’s beautiful creation whom He celebrates.
2 Corinthians 6:18, “‘I will be a father to you and you shall be sons and daughters to me,’ says the Lord Almighty.” Romans 8:17, “You are heirs–heirs of God and co-heirs with Christ”.
Without a true understanding of who we are to God, we are susceptible to low self-worth.
When I’m unstoppable, I live in the truth that I am a daughter of the Almighty God!
Pray with me:
Heavenly Father,Help me to live today day in gratitude, confidence and purpose as your heir. You are my Father. May everything I do today make you proud.-Amen
A flower does not think about competing with the flower next to it, it just blooms. As a reminder of how we are each a beautiful creation, let’s take a picture of a flower and upload it today at #BUnstoppable. May we all marvel at each flower’s beauty and the amazing garden we make when we shine together.
Here are a few questions for you to consider as you explore areas of your life that God may be seeking to shine His worthiness and calling:
Are my feelings easily hurt?
Am I able to receive constructive criticism, or do I become upset if I hear any form of negative critique?
Do I allow myself to make mistakes, or do I become angry with myself over any type of misstep no matter how small or unintended?
Do I feel uncomfortable when someone gives me a compliment?
Do I struggle feeling as though I don’t “measure up” or that I’m “not good enough”?
Do I frequently say negative things to myself, like telling myself I am stupid or fat or just no good?
If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, take a moment to journal a prayer. Lay your concerns at the feet of the Lord and ask for His love to fill that place and direct your heart to His truth.
I have found that keeping God’s word at the forefront of my mind all the time (through reading my Bible, memorizing verses, writing verses down and displaying them where I can see them) helps me hear from God daily.