Actions: Self-Worth

Our verbal expression through our selective actions reveals our character, personality, and faith declaration. If we say we are highly favored and children of the Highest King, do our services to self and others reveal our claim as Christlike descendants? Does our self-worth statement proclaim?  I walk in forgiveness, or I remind others of how they have hurt or disappointed … Read More

Ring the Bells Against Self-Destruction

Freedom from self-destruction depends upon our responses and reactions to unhealthy relationships, jealous co-workers, and financial difficulties.  We can overcome self-destruction by identifying and admitting negative behavior patterns. Self-destruction patterns: Self-harm-are we cutting, picking, hitting/punching, scratching, or pulling our hair? Compulsions-are we gambling, overeating, using substance engaging in risky sex, or shopping excessively? Neglect- are we not paying attention to … Read More

Career: Who Am I?

Does our identity depend solely on our careers? When we are not in work mode, do we know how to relax, communicate with others, and enjoy our surroundings? Or are our emotions based upon our job performances? Are we evaluating our self-worth based upon our annual job performance evaluation? STOP!!!! Our self-value, self-worth, and self-esteem are not based upon our … Read More

Do You Know Who You Are?

“But ye are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, an holy nation, a peculiar people; that ye should shew forth the praises of him who hath called you out of darkness into his marvellous light” (1 Peter 2:9). We are created to glorify Him through our words, actions, and deeds. We resemble Him when we walk in victory, live a … Read More

Actions: Self-Worth

Our verbal expression through our selective actions reveal our character, personality, and faith declaration. If we say we are highly favored and children of the most High King, do our services to self and other reveal our claim as Christlike descendants? Does our self-worth statement proclaim? Do I walk in forgiveness or I remind others of how they have hurt … Read More

Who Am I?

I am fearfully and wonderfully made according to God’s word “I will praise thee; for I am fearfully and wonderfully made; marvelous are thy works, and that my soul knoweth right well” (Psalms 139:14). My generation reside within royalty according to God’s word “But you are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, His own special people, that … Read More

Sunshine

Have we felt like there was no sunshine in our lifestyles because we based our lifestyles around a certain person and we started to sing Bill Withers’ song: Ain’t no sunshine when she’s gone It’s not warm when she’s away Ain’t no sunshine when she’s gone And she’s always gone too long Anytime she goes away Wonder this time where … Read More

Mindfulness: Self-Worth

As we think about our self-worth, we ponder over what we are not. As these negative thoughts linger, we visually see ourselves as worthless, penniless, anti-social, unloved by self and others, and a menace to society. We can overcome our preconceived meditated self-image of defeat placed upon ourselves or inflicted upon us by loved ones, neighbors, co-workers, customers, supervisors, and … Read More

Identity-Impact

Identity-Impact We have to decide how we are going to define our self-worth and value through our self-identity. This means we must engage in stripping ourselves (naked now) of seeing ourselves through yesterday vision while we focus on self-image through tomorrow lenses. This will release the tension and anxiety that comes from living within our self-identity collision of opposite (who … Read More

Self-Care Strategy 4

Throughout our life seasons we must maintain a healthy balance between our emotions and personalities. There are days when we are on an emotional roller coaster. Some days we do not meet our desired expectations. The question to ask ourselves is are we setting realistic goals? We know that with God, all things are possible. We need to make sure … Read More