Ladies, say this with me:
I know I am somebody
Because God don’t make no junk;
He raises me up in Heavenly places
When it appears I have sunk.
I am created in His image
I am a new creature; I have a new mind
I get intoxicated by His Presence.
I don’t need drugs, pills or excessive wine.
Because the Father God, don’t make no junk!
Hello Precious Ones!
Can I tell you about the Power of You?
You are a Masterpiece! You were well thought of and strategically created for such a time as this.
You are not a person who was haphazardly born. Your purpose for living is greater than anything you may be going through.
You might ask, “What is my purpose? I don’t have a clue.”
Well, here are a few suggestions.
Start by asking:
- What is it I love the most, think about the most or will do if I wasn’t getting paid to do it?
- Write it down. It could be several things.
- Narrow it down to the top three.
- Step out and do those things!
To be fair, sometimes the thing you despise the most becomes your assignment or purpose to change it in some way. For example, a few years ago, I saw an injustice done to a helpless person. I didn’t like what I saw and I was left with the choice to do something to bring about a change or to allow it to remain the same. It was scary because it was new territory for me. I had never stepped out in that way. But it has become the most rewarding thing I have ever done. It is still making an impact today. I had to believe in myself; in who created me and why I was created. I am a Masterpiece! God didn’t waste His time creating junk. I am somebody!
Regardless of what others say or do or think about you. You can step out and make a difference.
Try it and let me know how you’re doing.
For those of you who know your purpose and you are ‘procrastinating’, get to it! I know you can do it. I believe in you. I don’t have to know ya to believe in ya.
Keep your head up and ‘Do You’.
Lady Ge’ aka The Poetry Therapist™
GeNugget: I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well. –Psalms 139:14 (NIV)