Does Jesus Really Make You ‘Good Enough’?
“You are not good enough”
I have been told this over and over again.
Believing this has made so many individuals try to become who they are not and as a result, depression steps in and causes lots of damage to them.
The devil has used this as a tactic to make a lot of people search for what God has already given them; he has used it so much that most believers now unconsciously live by it. (John 3:16) God loved the world so much that he gave up his only beloved son. Yes, he gave his son to the very dirty and not good enough world.
The devil has used this as a tactic to make a lot of people search for what God has already given them
What does this mean then? It means that, the statement ‘you aren’t good enough’ doesn’t even hinder him from being faithful to us. He loved you in your very unclean state, took you into His family, cleaned you up and made you whole. All you had to do then before entering was to believe in his love and all you still need to do now and in the future is to still believe and trust in his love.
Through Gods Lens
What men see doesn’t really matter at all; all that matters is what Daddy see’s, what He thinks of you, and the more you see you through His eyes, the more like who He has made you to be you become.
You are handsome, you are beautiful, you are bold, you are light, you are so much more than you think you are; you are all these in Christ. So stop looking at yourself, because when you focus on you trying to find perfection, you will see a wrong image of you, but when you look at Christ, you will see your perfect image in Him. Christ doesn’t show you an imperfect man (male and female), He shows you a perfect man who once had weaknesses and whose weaknesses have been swallowed up by his strength.
So focus on Him now, and all you will see is His strength, you will now discover that you can do all things, achieve all things, because you have Christ who has made you more than enough. So stick to the reality of Daddy’s love for you, knowing fully well that Daddy’s love will never run dry. As a result of that truth, you can boldly say; in Him, and through Him, “I AM GOOD ENOUGH”
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