Meditations Of a Messed Up Momma

21dfd887c25b59cd1f7ed00b1fc69cd4I am not saying Jesus doesn’t give us high self-worth, He does.  “Wonderful are your works, my soul knows it very well.” Ps 139:14  But I am also a sinner through and through.  It isn’t hard to be caught playing the fool, acting carelessly or thoughtlessly, judging another or just holding back my love and acceptance from a fellow human being.

The more I am aware that I don’t have to play a part, that who I am is riddled with faults and failures; I am set free to know truly the good that comes from my life is an act of God’s grace.  He designs it. He orchestrates it. He performs it.  It is a symphony of life notes, sometimes notes of discord other times a melody of pure unbridled love.  I can be free to be myself, a struggling human being.  It is a great relief indeed, no pretense, no artificial role to play, no appearances to keep up.  Charlie Brown, welcome one more stumble bum who can’t quite kick that blasted football.

Thank you God that I am at all times accepted in the Beloved.  I am His and He is mine.  The great lover of our souls loves me.  I am a believer who wants to seek the good in the world, to see the beautiful, the worthy, that which I can commend and imitate.  I believe that the goodness of God still prevails on our earth.  That hope and kindness still live within the hearts of man.  That the sacred scriptures call us to account and lead us into paths of righteousness.  That faith, even small faith, is powerful to change the course of a life or a world.  That God is in extraordinary control and the end of all things is brilliant with perfect victory.

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