I sometimes look in the mirror or at my life and I see all I am then say,
“Not good enough.”
It seems scandalous to believe that’s true. And yet who am I to argue with the One who spoke the stars into place, who spread the seas as far as we can see, who numbered every hair on my messy, imperfect head?
It’s not because of who we are but Whose we are.
Not because of what we’ve done but what Love has done for us.
Not temporary but forever-and-ever because He doesn’t change.
I’m going to try to stop saying “not good enough” and instead dare to agree with the Love that will not let me go.
Want to join me?
p.s. We’re doing a very special version of the twelve days of Christmas at (in)courage. We’d love for you to come on over and join us!