Who are you, and who’s, are you?


Who are you, and who’s, are you?
Sometimes we are our hardest critic. Your voice tells you things that aren’t true about yourself.
Your voice tells you that nobody loves you. God’s voice says that you are loved beyond your human comprehension.
Your voice tells you that you will never escape poverty. God’s voice says that He comes to give you an abundant life.
Your voice tells you that you are not brave and outspoken. Gods’ voice says that you are bold as a lion.
Your voice says you will always fail. God’s voice says that you are already victorious.
Stop listening to your voice. Verbally utter God’s spoken about who you are, what you are, and who’s you are.
His word has final authority! So speak His final authoritative words over yourself.
Our lives HAVE to line up with God’s words. So speak His words. Never stop uttering His words over yourself and your loved ones.
His words say you are His child. As His child, He only wants the very best for you.
Know who you are! You are the apple of His eye, His favorite, and His greatest creation. You are loved with an unconditional love that you will not fully understand until you are standing in His holy presence.

God, use me!


Have bold confidence to face any fear, giant, naysayer, friend, or family member that is telling you that God won’t gigantically use you.
If you have a confirmed promise from God, do let anyone or anything steal it from you.
Don’t make excuses why God can’t use you. Stand boldly in who you are and in whose you are.
God used Moses who had a speech impediment. Moses argued with God about His plans to use Moses to accomplish this goal.
Moses had very little faith in God at the very beginning of their relationship. BUT God transformed Moses into a BOLD warrior that freed God’s people from the bondage of slavery.
David had an illicit affair with Bathsheba, BUT GOD used him to become a King. David became a man after God’s own heart with his worship and praise of God. I long to be a worshipper the likes of King David!
See God uses imperfect people to accomplish His goals on the earth.
We only have to say “Yes, Lord. Use me!” God will do the rest!

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