Know Your Worth

It has taken longer than usual to write this segment.  Could it be having other things to do, or trying to convey what to say? Inspite of the many potential reasons, there are great possibilities, when one chooses to extend their love.  In considering the love of Christ, he extends his love, however; it is your decision to accept his love.  The love of Christ in its rarest form is of great strength, void of weakness.  Regardless of whether one chooses to embrace the love of Christ now, or in a later season; Christ keeps extending his unwavering love.   Accepting the love of Christ doesn’t make one weak.  Within the confines of Christ’s love is great possibilities, but only if you’re willing to be okay extending love.  Have you learned your Worth?

Value is often placed on things.  When considering your worth, that is more than the responsibilities of your roles, maintaining titles, accepting accolades, and being the most liked.  Your worth is the essence of who you are as an entire person.  That’s a lot to consider, in that most convey their worth based on what they do.  Never to be defined by others, your worth holds value that money cannot afford.  Learning your worth is no easy task, is not for the easily faint, but it’s absolutely worth it and necessary.  When you learn your worth, love is extended genuinely, authentically, and with discretion.  In learning your worth you are a valuable asset.  Having learned your own worth makes you available to receive love when it is reciprocated. How liberating is that!

The lives of others are better, because you know your worth and no one must tell you what your value is!  Know your worth in Christ.

Published by Loved Through Every Season

Lover of all things beautiful. They say when life throws lemons, make lemonade. I have a passion for encouraging women heal from their painful experiences, grow in faith, and pursue their dreams. Loved Through Every Season is a journey to open the eyes of the discouraged, burdened and overwhelmed woman to find encouragement, strength and courage to continue. I enjoy reading, traveling and spending time with my pup.

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