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.
If the big waves come and my muscles are flabby, it's too late, I'm going to get smoked or pounded. Or if the big trials of life come and I haven't been building my spiritual muscles I am likely to get emotionally and spiritually wrecked.