In this life, it can be far too easy to beat ourselves up over every little flaw. In the midst of our failures, we can forget just how loved and treasured we are by God.
Thankfully, when we struggle to remember our worth, there is no greater source of encouragement than scripture.
Jesus died for us not because of anything we’ve done, but out of pure grace. He sees the darkest parts of us – our shame, our regrets, our brokenness – and still chooses to pursue us, day after day.
Even on our worst days, we can remember that He loved and valued us enough to die for us.
God makes no mistakes; we all know this, but at times we struggle to believe it. We are made in the image of God, and He gave us all unique bodies and personalities to reflect Himself.
All the little quirks and flaws that we hate about ourselves can simply remind us of God’s creativity.
We can be tempted to think of ourselves as ordinary, unremarkable people. But because of Christ, we are so much more than that.
We are His ambassadors, and He has given us the greatest mission on earth – the mission of the gospel.
Whenever you feel unworthy, just remember that you bear the name of the Creator of the Universe.
We often judge ourselves by the world’s standards: beauty, wealth, and power, just to name a few.
But in the Kingdom of God, what truly matters is our hearts. It doesn’t matter how unattractive, poor, or unpowerful we are.
A love for God and His people is priceless.
Even at our lowest, we are children of the one true King. And like a good Father, whenever we go astray, He is always willing to take us back.
In spite of our shortcomings, he showers us with blessings; all that is His is ours.
We are His beloved sons and daughters, whom He loves above all of creation.
Poem About Self-Worth
You are precious,
A distinct creation,
molded and woven
in divine intimacy.
A precious wonder,
A seed that is planted,
at times buried,
but all with the purpose,
destined to bloom,
to produce good fruit.
You are light
born to emit and reflect
God’s splendor and goodness.
So, stop living in the shade,
and being a victim of a spiritual eclipse of shame.
You are a treasure,
Jesus paid the price,
for you to live a life of freedom
and in communion with thee.