They will celebrate your abundant goodness and joyfully sing of your righteousness.
As moms, we celebrate so many things in our lives. We celebrate our children, our family, our children’s accomplishments and we celebrate each and every holiday to the fullest. But, do we ever truly celebrate ourselves? When was the last time you, as a woman, celebrated yourself and who God made you to be? YOU are worth celebrating! You need to be celebrated on a regular basis.
Celebrating yourself is a hard thing to do; therefore, most women don’t do it. But you should, because you are amazing! God created you in such a beautiful way…your talents and gifts add to the body of Christ. Without you, the body would not be complete. So, what is one thing today you can celebrate about yourself? Are you an accomplished cook, an amazing encourager, do you have a humble heart, do you think of others before yourself, or are you a beautiful singer with an inspiring voice? Whatever your talent or gift, celebrate it.
Think about it this way: you cannot teach your children to celebrate themselves without learning how to do it yourself. God made you just the way you are, even the traits that you don’t like about yourself. You are beautiful! Embrace your beautiful self today and thank God for creating such a treasure in you! Look in the mirror today and say, “I love you!”
I have to admit I have a very hard time celebrating myself. I see the beauty and talent in my children, but when it comes to myself, I feel fat, ugly, not good enough…the list goes on and on. But, Lord, that is wrong of me, because I know You created me and You don’t make mistakes. Thank you for loving me. Help me to begin to love myself, if for no other reason than to teach that to my children.
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