68407_10151338899729500_232011777_n-239x300The following post was originally published on Robin Townsend’s personal blog, Scribbles of the HeartRobin will be one of the contributing authors to this blog. She is a talented writer and her strong faith in God is expressed in her writings.
Many of us struggle with issues of low self-esteem. Robin shares a little on that topic here.
For most everyone that knows me you know that I don’t have very much self esteem. It’s a daily struggle for me to “like” myself, but I know that God created me and he sees me as worthy even though I and probably everyone else doesn’t see it that way.
It is what it is…..
I’ve been thinking recently about the things we say to and about ourselves. How we see the world and others stems from our self-talk. I took a long look in the mirror this morning and tried to say positive things.
What are you saying to yourself today?
I know there are times this is really hard to accept, but this is what God is saying about you and YES, even me, “This is my beloved daughter/son, in whom I am well pleased.” May I suggest that today you speak those words to yourself. “I am God’s beloved daughter/son and in me He is well pleased.”

Wow. Just writing that out was powerful. Speak this to and about yourself today.

Allow yourself to be loved by your Creator – it changes things.

“For you formed my inward parts; you knitted me together in my mother’s womb. I praise you, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made. Wonderful are your works; my soul knows it very well. My frame was not hidden from you, when I was being made in secret, intricately woven in the depths of the earth.”