The Full-View Mirror

Hi, beloved family all over the world! Well, this day is just about in the rear-view mirror of the journey down the road of life and I have just been thinking about all the vast opinions that are out there in the world about all kinds of stuff and that includes you and me! How do we perceive others and how do others perceive us?  To base your self-esteem and your outlook on who you are based upon the opinions of others when they don’t even spend 24 x 7 with you or know what is within your heart, is to short-change yourself. There is only One who knows us through and through and that is our Lord Jesus and He is the expert in all of life and the only One qualified to make any sort of judgement of us and His verdict of each one of us as His kids is that “we are fearfully and wonderfully made. His works in us are wonderful” and He sees us as “holy and without accusation!”  He sees us, those who are in Christ Jesus, as “without condemnation!” He loves us with unfailing and unconditional love and so we can all rest in that as the whole scoop or we could say the “full-view mirror” image of ourselves! How do you view yourself? If you have faith in Jesus and your perspective of you is anything less than holy and without accusation, yer short-changing yourself, believing the devil’s lies and ya need a new perspective. God’s Word says this:

“For the accuser of our brothers, who accuses them before our God day and night has been hurled down. They overcame him by the blood of the Lamb and by the word of their testimony.”

Look into the divine mirror – it’s an accurate great reflection on you and on me, too! Oh, our Father – He sees us through eyes of love, accepts us just as we are in our faith in Him and wants us each as His best friend and family forever!!! Ya can’t get more loyal than that in a relationship!!! Blessed kids are we as part of His royal family! I’m happy being a daughter of the King, the lion of Judah! That thought just makes me smile!!! Love and grace to ya!

Psalm 139:14-16; Colossians 1:21-23; Romans 8:1; Revelation 12:10-11

daughter of king of kings

Kitty Looking into A mirror

Fearfully and WOnderfully Made

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