Wednesday, 27 April 2016
But that’s not really what we struggle with. We struggle with why I’m worship leading, why I should worship, why I should serve. And most times, past the pride (because I can do it! I have talent!) is the crippling self-doubt almost every artist struggles with. (I admit there are those who have huge egos who probably don’t struggle with this, or those who are already incredibly secure in God and in themselves - Kudos to you!)
Know your worth. You are a child of God, crafted and known from your mother’s womb. God has given you this gift, this talent, this calling because he has chosen you. And only you can do all the things He has called you to do in the way He has intended you to do it. Other people may seem to be better than you in skill or talent, but they are not you. You are unique in the way He has created you, in the things you think and you say, in the words that issue from your lips. You are unique in the way you worship Him!
You are not your success or failure on stage or in the arena of life. You are not the days you bombed, you are not the days you killed it. No matter how badly (or how well) you do, you are worth it. You are worth the time and the effort, worth the friendship and the love, worth the discipleship and the training.
It’s not a competition. It’s a collaboration, and you are a valuable contributor, no matter that you think of yourself. Not because how talented you are, but because of Who has made you. Anchor yourself in that.
Anchor your worth in God.
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Posted by Anna Tan at 12:30 pm
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So easy to forget it's not a competition but a collaboration. Thanks for the reminder.ReplyDelete
Ninja Minion, A-Z 2016
So true. Knowing our worth means knowing who we are in God and that we are seen through the justification that Jesus Christ has already given us through his sacrifice.ReplyDelete
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