Lead Me On: I Love Me, I Love Me Not

What we think about ourselves matters
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That would be sad, because God went to so much bother over you, what with all the “knitting together” and “wonderfully made” business. And that wasn’t even the half of it.

If ever there was a good example that the culture and its glitz alone will not buy one a good self-esteem, the Williams situation would have to rank pretty high.

The question, then, is for us. If we believe in way more than the glitz of culture, all the way over to a full-on confidence in God, will we let that translate into believing in ourselves in such a way that activates our hands and feet according to his promptings?

He wishes we would.

Janelle Alberts’ writing shines a lighthearted spotlight on Bible character plotlines and trending pop culture train wrecks. Prophets and prime time could not look further apart, until things get personal, in which case, we all have a lot more in common than we thought. Alberts tackles this concept for parenting and faith publications, and can be found at www.janellealberts.wordpress.com.

July02, 2015 at 8:00 AM

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