Posts Tagged: how God sees us

Useable: See Yourself as God Sees You

useable

Ladies, this is the last blog post in our series exploring our true identity. We’ve covered a lot of ground over the past 12 weeks! In this post we’ll talk about our being useable by God. To get there, we need to see ourselves the way God does: FORGIVEN. ACCEPTED. WANTED. CHERISHED. UNDERSTOOD. UNCONDITIONALLY LOVED. No… Read more »

Fully Loved: See Yourself as God Sees You

fully loved

Ladies, in this, the eleventh blog post in our series exploring our true identity, I want to remind YOU that you are unconditionally, unceasingly, fully loved by God! You might hear these words and say, “Okay. Sure. Maybe. I guess.” But to really begin to walk in the assurance of this amazing gift, you have… Read more »

Fully Forgiven: See Yourself as God Sees You

Fully Forgiven

Ladies, in this, the tenth blog post in our series exploring our true identity, let’s remind ourselves that there is NOTHING we can do that will change God’s view of our incredible worth and value. Cindy, a 17-year-old wrote a letter to Josh once, saying: “I’m writing to you because I’m alone and confused. I… Read more »

Lovable, Valuable, Competent: See Yourself as God Sees You

Three Pillars

Ladies, God says our “Do” is NOT our “Who”! Hallelujah! No matter our actions, God says we’re fully lovable, valuable, and competent! In this, the seventh blog post in our series exploring our true identity, let’s look at why some Christians are unable to make progress in their Christian walk. Take Susan, for example. Susan… Read more »

Unmet Needs: See Yourself as God Sees You

Unmet Needs

Ladies, in this, the fourth blog post in our series exploring our true identity, we’re going to look at the 10 essential emotional needs we try to get met on a daily basis: Attention, Acceptance, Appreciation, Support, Encouragement, Affection, Respect, Security, Comfort, and Approval. How might we react to life if our emotional needs are routinely unmet? Perhaps like Joanna, who summarized herself… Read more »