Yippee! It is a new day of the privilege and honor that we each have to realize the gift of being saved, rescued kids of King Jesus!!! As our Father’s children it is important to see ourselves in our true identity as our Father says here:
“Do not think of yourselves more highly than you ought, but rather think of yourself with sober judgment, in accordance with the measure of faith God has given you. Just as each of us has one body with many members and these members do not all have the same function, so in Christ we who are many form one body, and each member belongs to all the others. We each have different gifts, according to the grace given us.”
Whatever gifts we have been given, our Father says “let them do it cheerfully.”
While in this world, there are different positions of leadership and authority in life that should be respected with healthy reverence for our Father’s heart in it all. As our Father’s children, in His eyes, we are all deserving equally – not one more important or more deserving of love and respect than another and each one of us are seen as equally worthy of our Father’s love and grace which He has generously and lavishing bestowed upon each one of us! Bless our Father for fairness in life in how we are each valued the same in His eyes! He is kind to all that He has made! As our Father desires that we be imitators of Him, as His kids, do we see ourselves and others as He does? It is good to ponder these questions in life?
1)Do I see myself as more deserving than someone else, better than someone else or less than someone else, not good enough for love?
2)How are these attitudes being manifested through thoughts, words and actions in each of our daily lives?
3)What needs to change to see ourselves soberly and as our Father does – equally all sinners saved by grace through faith in Christ and loved with perfect unfailing, unconditional love forever, covered with the righteousness of Christ – now holy, without accusation and without condemnation!
- How do we need to change to see ourselves in that light?
- How do we need to change to see others in that light?
This is not an opportunity to let the enemy beat you up or beat others up, but an opportunity to rise up to healthy perspective of ourselves and one another! It is opportunity for spiritual healing and oh, that just brings such beauty into our lives! Let’s go for our Father’s best, as it will bring the best and have us feeling the best in all of life! Much love to each one of ya’s – yer all so special! Healthy pondering’ with ya’s! Know you are loved forever!!!
“For God so loved the world that He gave His One and only Son that “whoever” believes in Him shall not perish, but have everlasting life.”