Do you ever wonder what God thinks when you’re not feeling good enough? You know what I mean. You just yelled at your kids, your boss is on your case for something, and dang, but you’ve done “that thing” again, which you swore you’d never repeat.
You feel like the scumbag of your world and wonder if God will ever want to talk to you. He will.
He’s already thinking more thoughts about you than there are grains of beach sand. And his thoughts aren’t in the scumbag category (Psalm 139:17-18).
Here’s what God thinks when you’re not feeling good enough
I’ve called you, and I’ve already made you “good enough.” Even when you make mistakes, I’m working something good in you through the experience. In fact, you are reflecting my glory right now, even though you don’t feel it (Romans 8:28-30; 2 Cor. 3:18).
Sure, you blew it, but I did not slip-up when I created you. All your days have been written in my Book. This one did not catch me by surprise (Psalm 139:15-16).
Now get back to loving and living life. I’m so enjoying the experience of living it with you (Rom. 8:38-39).
Free Printable: Now—print out the PDF version of the above God quote on What God Thinks of You When You’re Not Feeling Good Enough, tape it to your bathroom mirror, place it in your Bible, and stash it in the glove compartment of your car. You’ll want to have it handy the next time you’re not feeling good enough.
So, now you know what God thinks—let me hear your thoughts! What do you think about when you’re not feeling good enough? Have you been listening to lies in your head? What do you do to counter the lies?
Have a great weekend filled with God musings, Susan
“Jesus likes it when we share.” -Adelaide, age 3: Pass this along to everybody and their brother. OK, maybe not everybody’s brother, but you know . . . all of your friends would be nice.
Nicole Cottrell nails it over at Modern Reject in What Does God Think of You?