“Many women do noble things, but you surpass them all.”
Proverbs 31:29 (NIV)
Few nights ago, I was reading a novel that provoked deep thoughts, I began to ask me some questions.
The question of identity stood tall amidst all – Who am I?
So many have lived their lives through the eyes of others, reduplicating peoples thoughts and life patterns without discerning their special & noble attributes.
For me, Imitation & introjection has been topmost in a world where God has carefully placed mentors & excellent role models in my life but amazingly, it’s my sole responsibility of yielding to God’s perception of me. Kindly refer to my post on mentorship https://wp.me/p8ryTM-2F
Now, dear reader I’m asking you the same question – Who are you?
God’s word (our mirror) can lead us to discover what our individual meaning of beauty truly is and should be. It is safe to deter from looking at physical appearance for God looks at the heart in all people and things.
A beautiful self image creates a beautiful visage.
You are Resplendent
You are Great
You are Powerful
You are Excellent
You are Rich
You are Influential
You are Strong
You are Unique
You are Worthy of love and affection
You are never too much and always enough
You are Cherished
You are Priceless, more precious than diamonds, pearls, sapphires, rubies, emeralds …You’re the most stunning of God’s creation
You are much more than the hair and skin products you use or the shoes you wear
You are worth more than material possessions
You are worth more than you could ever imagine
You are God’s definition of perfection
Your beauty should not come from outward adornment, such as elaborate hairstyles and the wearing of gold jewelry or fine clothes. Rather, it should be that of your inner self, the unfading beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit, which is of great worth in God’s sight.
1 Peter 3:3-4 (NIV)
Your worth surpasses all earthly things
In Gods eyes, you are loved and treasured
Regardless of what is going on around you;
You are Reigning & dominating
Have you taken out time to read about these women in the Bible?
Esther, Mary, Ruth, Martha, Abigail.
They changed their worlds forever
Inside you is that same discretion, strength, will power and world changing competence
Your responsibility is to find that woman and set her free
Don’t let the wrong voices speak to you. Turn down those voices, decline their plea and fix your gaze at the perfect picture of you.
When next you hear those voices, you say “No not me satan, I am a daughter and queen of the living God, cherished, loved above all things by the creator of all things”
You are Pivotal
You are Super-duper.