Do you know you have worth?
If you are a believer and you know intellectually you have worth, good. But what’s better is if your heart believe it.
What matters most is that at your worst, do you know you have worth? That’s when it makes its way to your heart.
Most of the time, we believe our worth when we are working, accomplishing, and getting credit for it. But do you know when all the lights turn off and you are falling asleep at night that the God of this Universe sits looking on you, believing you have worth that you are worth pursuing and saving.
Be reminded of the last time you sat staring at your baby or someone else’s sleeping. That baby had not done much to deserve such adoration except for being there. Created. Alive. Breathing.
At the end of the day, you’d probably say that most people around you have worth. You could believe it for them, and tell it to their face. But could you tell it to yourself?
Probably the hardest part for me in this journey of faith, is not loosing heart when I’m in the valley of life. When it looks bleak. When I’ve failed. Do I still believe then? It is easy for our faith to go to our head, and for us to have all the right answers. But in the depths, do our hearts believe it? That God is good. That He is for us, because we are worth it.
Our humanness makes us worth it. Nothing earned. Or credited to ourselves. Just having breath in our lunges means we have worth.
That is why we fight for the innocent, the persecuted, the ones that have fallen through the cracks, the oppressed. We want answers for them, because in our depths we need a God who seeks after the oppressed, the wrecked because in our deepest selves we have been wrecked and oppressed. Because we are human, and sin entered this world. We have suffered.
You have worth.
When you know it, you’ll tell others when they doubt their worth.
One of the greatest blessings to keep giving out.