God made each and every one of us. He may not be the Father of us all, but He is the Creator of us all. And, because He is omniscient, He knows everything there is to know about us. He created our personality and nothing we will ever do will surprise Him. While this fact is not a license to live in an ungodly manner, it does give us the freedom to be who God created us to be. It gives us the liberty to explore the strengths of our personalities. It gives us the comfort of being able to lean on God in our weakness. If God wanted us to all be alike, He would have done so, but instead He created us in His image with our own personality. So, if someone questions an aspect of your personality, do not let that cause you to feel defeated. Your Father knows who you are even when others cannot seem to understand. Trust God and ask Him to help you stand on the strengths that He has given you and use the talents that He has given you in a way that will uplift His Kingdom. We are a body that is made of many parts. If we were all hands or all feet, the Body of Christ would be useless. God knows this, so He gives each of us a distinct set of skills for His glory. Perhaps sometimes, we get upset that people don’t like who we are because we are seeking our own glory. So, be yourself; it is pleasing to God, your Creator to embrace who He created you to be. If anyone has a problem with who you are, kindly ask them to take that concern to God. Ms. EV
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When you have elevated values, it is not about being snobby; it is about living victoriously!
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