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'who i am in christ'


  Caution is required with any kind of negative comment, whether fired at you by the enemy or self-inflicted thoughts that lessen your worth. Satan seizes every opportunity for negativity to set a hook in your mind and heart. the moment it does, he's there to drive it deeper increasing the swath of damage it creates. Be vigilante to defend and deflect any kind of negativity, no matter the source.


I've seen, and experienced at time, negative thinking taking over someone's mind and become destructive. Coaches that attempt to enhance performance by shame and belittling comments. And with it, like any form of bullying or abuse, moods shift, pessimism seeps in, and hope evaporates leaving performance compromised.

  In the sharpest contrast, think about how Jesus looks at us. Beautiful and precious in His sight. Reach for God's view of you rather than the worlds. Soak in His affirmations. Purposefully make company with those beaming with positivity Those that describe you heart like the Song of Solomon, 'beautiful', 'majestic', 'without flaw', and 'delightful'.


"Jesus, flood my mind with how You see me! Let my mind overflow with Your love, and hope, and optimism squeezing out any negative, no matter where it's from. Defend my heart and mind from any negativity. I love you Jesus, Amen!"

1 Samuel 16:7 (EHV)

"For the Lord does not look at things the way man does. For man looks at the outward appearance, but the Lord looks at the heart."

1 Peter 3:4 (EHV)

"Rather let your beauty be the hidden person of your heart-the lasting beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit, which is precious in God's sight."

Ecclesiastes 3:11 (NLT)

"God has made everything beautiful for its own time."

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