When I Decided That Insecurities Are a Waste of Time

4 thoughts on “When I Decided That Insecurities Are a Waste of Time”

  1. I think the best point that you made in this article is that the enemy is after everyone that is talented AND that the truth is we are all talented and gifted. For years, I actually believed that I was inferior to pretty much every other woman on the planet. That because I was born in the wrong family, I didn’t have the opportunities and chances that others had and that I didn’t have what it took to do anything significant. After many months of talking to myself through the lenses of God’s Word, I can say with confidence that I am a changed woman. That doesn’t mean that anything significant has happened in my life (yet) but I recognize that there is potential in me now.

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  2. Wow, this is just what I needed today. I was so disappointed with myself in making a small mistake and this is the reminder I needed that I am so massively loved. I need to repent and do better next time, but I do not benefit from putting myself down and telling myself that someone else would have done better. We all make mistakes. Its important that we learn from them and seek forgiveness. We are all a work in progress and the Lord wants us to love ourselves and see our potential.

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    1. Olivia, I’m so glad we could relate on this. You are so right, especially when you say we need to learn from or mistakes rather than be defeated by them. One thing at a time. You ARE so massively loved. Thank you so much for your comment! ❤


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