Tag: worthy of all good

Own Your Worth

To be a good woman of Godly character in today’s world is work. Other people will try to show you, but that is by their vision, not God’s. Ladies, know your worth. Don’t allow others to define you. Know who you are and own it.

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I have tried to please various people on various levels. People pleasing is one sure fire way to wear yourself out. Knowing I’m not responsible for anyone’s happiness, except my own, life becomes a whole lot simpler.

By being happy and well grounded, others can bask in the overflow. Knowing who I am, and what I desire is a balancing act. My desires change, but not my knowing who I am. Princess status in God’s eyes.

Before stepping into a relationship, be sure to have one with yourself first. Love the woman looking back at you in the mirror. It took a lot of letting go to reveal the woman God wanted me to see. She was there, but life had taken a toll. I had retreated to a box in the corner.

It’s my passion to help people, but kinda difficult from inside a box. Knowing my worth and showing it were two different things. Instead of pulling me out of the box, a friend climbed in with me, laid down beside me and kicked it open. That’s what friend are for, and when I was the student, the teacher appeared. God always delivers.

Worthy of All Good

There are a couple of Farmer’s Markets, not far from my house, that I love walking through on Saturday morning’s. For the vendors, this is their livelihood and a delicious service to the community. If you read, “The Final Day of A Better Way To Live“, the Farmer’s Market is the perfect opportunity to give of yourself.

I say hello and hug most of the vendors. It was cold this morning, so they were bundled up, but present. They were so happy to see a smiling face, it didn’t really matter if I made a purchase. The hug, smile, chit chat and laugh were enough.

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Bathroom Mirror

As I was getting ready this morning, I read the writing on my bathroom mirror, and want to share. This statement was given to me by a friend of mine and I passed it onto my daughter. We say this out loud daily, and my daughter, Bailey, wrote it on the mirror. Isn’t that one of the places we look for approval?

“I am strong enough, pretty enough, smart enough, and I am worthy of all good!”

There is a difference between using a mirror to get ready, and looking in the mirror and seeing the person looking back. My hope is that you like that person looking back. It took me a long time to be able to look into a mirror after my drinking career. Once I did, I knew there was someone in there worthy of all good.

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