Women, be proud of who you’re and how God created you. It’s high time we start appreciating our bodies and God for his wonderful blessings in our lives. Lots of women have lost it by trying to imitate other women. They spend time trying to look like them. Some even go as far as bleaching their skins. And some go for lip, boost, hip, and nose construction. They come to believe that it’s the only way to be part of modern society.
As a woman, you’re fearfully and wonderfully made by God. Because not until you appreciate how you look, there might continue to be dissatisfaction in your soul.
The best way to go about it is to be content from the Inside out. This will boost your confidence and boldness irrespective of how you look. It’s the heart that matters. God made you in His image and likeness and, He called you by your name and gave you His word that you may have life and have it abundantly. Let us stop imitating those that are also secretly envying our natural beauty.
God has given you something more than what the world can offer you. If you belonged to the world, it would love you as its own. As it is, you do not belong to the world, but I have chosen you out of the world. That is why the world hates you. (John 15:19). There is nothing more satisfying than knowing that Christ died for us to have liberty in this world.
God created you with a bundle of goods and, until you discover them, it might not respond to you. Take time to look deep into who you’re and what you represent. We are like clay in the potter’s hand and, God is the potter who molds us into a perfect shape and calls us by name to be His children.
Let’s stop all the imitations and envies and bow down to the will of God by accepting who He created us to be.
Women, be proud and confident of your look because it gives you the boldness to defend yourself. This will also help you stay in your uniqueness and follow your life purpose with satisfaction and contentment.
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