All Scripture is inspired by God and is useful to teach us what is true and to make us realize what is wrong in our lives. It straightens us out and teaches us to do what is right.
2 Timothy 3:16 (NLT)
Christians believe the Word of God is true. I once heard a Pastor say that you can’t believe just some of the Word ...If you believe, you must believe it ALL!
Well! That really hit me. How could you not believe ALL!
I’m sure you’re aware, as I am, that there are many people today who pick and choose what they will believe from the Word....
So, if we Believe – Have Faith – Accept the Scripture as being God-breathed – Know it`s His love letter to us - We HAVE to accept what His Word says about us!
Why then do we tell ourselves, and others, that we are not valuable? that we are not unique? that we are not worthy of His grace?
He created us in His image – Genesis 1:26
He calls us His children – John 1:12
He says that our names are written in heaven – Luke 10:20
He tells us that apart from Him we can do nothing – John 15:5
He tells us we are blessed, chosen, adopted, redeemed, and forgiven – Ephesians 1: 3-8
I choose today to believe all that about me! I refuse to allow Satan to tell me otherwise!
Satan is the father of lies – John 8:44 –
and he’s just waiting for someone to attack – 1 Peter 5:8
Satan lies to the unbeliever as well as the believer – did you know that?
He tells the unbeliever that she’s OK; she’s not guilty, has nothing to be ashamed of.
He tells the believer that she’s not OK, that she is guilty, and has plenty to be ashamed of, and he tries to make the Christian doubt their worth and value.
Who we are in Christ is absolutely unchangeable – nothing Satan says can change the truth of God’s word and what it says about your worth and value!
Please believe that today!
Be satisfied with God’s acceptance of you!
Let that knowledge fill you with thankfulness, joy and a desire to bring honor and glory to Him for your new life in Him! Praise God!
Have a wonderful, joyous, God-filled, and God-honoring day!
Resting in HIM, Ruthie