Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Who Am I?

Earlier this evening, while on the way home from work, I received a negative message from an online user. As soon as I saw the opening line of text, I immediately knew that it wasn’t going to be uplifting or supportive. Instead, its sender apparently wanted me to “know about myself,” as seen through their lenses.

While everyone may have an opinion, I definitely don’t have to agree or even subscribe to what someone else is selling. Instead, assuming I was going to be swayed, I’d much rather be influenced by people who choose to see the best in me, who want me to succeed, and who love me unconditionally. Please understand, that even before I embrace the caring support offered by my circle of friends and family, I want to take the lead in filling the mind, body, and soul with my own positive thoughts and inspiring opinions. More powerful still, is listening to the Word of God and aligning with who He says I am. Here are a few of my favorites:

No, we may not be where we want to be, look how we want to look, or live like we want to live, but we can surely celebrate and enjoy the honest truth from a God that loves us just as we are.

Remember this, YOU are a champion! YOU are a winner! Never let someone else’s opinion define who you are or what you believe. Get away from that stinkin’ thinkin’ and allow yourself to be who you were always meant to be. Embrace your greatness and let any negative words, actions, or thoughts roll off your shoulders like water rolls off a duck’s back. Be impervious to the disapproval of others and hold tight to the encouraging words of the Lord. Amen!

Make today a really great day!


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