Whoever you are and whatever you’ve been through, remember that you are loved, and you are worth dying for!
The biggest reason why many women feel insecure is often a result of the behavior of some men in their lives. There are certain things that men say that can make even the most confident woman feel bad about herself.
Christie Tcharkhoutian, Marriage and Family Therapist, once said, “One of the most disrespectful things that men say in front of women is commenting about and objectifying other women. It makes women feel small and sets them up for insecurity.”
What if I told you that there is a man who died for you because of His great love for you? He sees you as a precious jewel, and He’s not looking at your physical appearance and circumstances, He loves you unconditionally, no matter who you are.
Today’s society has redefined the meaning of real beauty and love. Women are objectified, and they are required to follow specific standards to be considered beautiful. That’s not how it should be. God has defined what real beauty is, and it is far from the definition of beauty as our society dictates it.
“Your beauty should not come from outward adornments, such as elaborate hairstyles and the wearing of gold jewelry or fine clothes. Rather, it should be that of your inner self, the unfading beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit, which is of great worth in God’s sight.” [1 Peter 3:3-4]
Real beauty is not from the outward appearance, but from the inner self of a woman. God sees you differently than people around you see you. He knows you more than anyone does and He knows how beautiful you truly are.
Credits: Jon Jorgenson
This article was written by Rhoda Gayle Cabrera of the Facebook page, Bottom Line.