In the current season, I have to wonder if perhaps our journey isn’t necessarily so much about becoming something or someone. Maybe it’s about unbecoming the things you were never really meant to be, so that you can be who God created you to be.
Read more for 9 Bible Verses about becoming who God created you to be.
When you look at your reflection, what do you see? Do you see your flaws? Beauty is more than skin deep. Seeing yourself as God sees you means you look past the flaws into the interior beauty of the heart.
I’m a work in progress but when my Heavenly Father looks at me, He thinks I’m gorgeous! These Bible Verses describe how God sees you. They will help you see yourself as God sees you.
During a recent afternoon with a friend, we happened upon a gorgeous garden. She offered to pull over to the side of the road so that I could jump out and take some photos.
I always seem to connect with God best through nature. Knowing this about me, she frequently indulges my “need” to capture His beauty in photos.
I was delighted to see beautiful butterflies everywhere. But, a butterfly doesn’t start out beautiful. It goes through a process. Read more for 4 steps to transformation as you prepare for the new in life.
Have you ever wondered who God says you are? Or have you ever wanted a different name? Maybe you never liked the name your parents chose for you at birth. Or maybe you were teased as a child (or even as an adult) by people calling you names. Throughout my life, the enemy has whispered labels in my ear that I began to identify with and call myself. You’ve probably done that occasionally too.
I stare at the mirror,
Why can’t my face be clearer?
He pushes back his hair,
Why does he give so much of a care?
She thinks she should be skinnier,
Is she inferior?
Beauty is subjective,
So why is it the objective?