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Whether about your faith, marriage, children, or friendships — these posts are those that encouraged thousands of others before you! Kind of like a highlight reel! This week I get to share with you someone who cannot help but shine wisdom and compassion. She is someone I go to when I need to get unstuck or hear perspective. Deb Wolf of Counting My Blessings is trustworthy, compassionate, and full of wisdom and grace.
So, today as she gives you insight into how to love yourself, know these words come from a place you can trust! They are comfortable in their own skin. But even more important for our discussion today little children are humble, sincere, trusting, and dependent.
But wait. Stay with How to love yourself biblically for just a moment. Warren Wiersbe defines true humility as:.
He adds. Self-examination and self-denial—again, not what we think of when we think self-love. But what if…. For the most part, I know the girl God created. And I will always try to do better while trusting that I am loved and accepted just the way I am. As far as being myself. For a printable version of the list.
What do you think? Deb is a passionate blessing counter who loves to study the ways faith and life intersect. Deb lives in Missouri with her husband and furry child, Sadie now that all of their human children are grown and have little ones of their own.
And yes, being a grandparent is the best! You can find them HERE! How about the most popular posts from the ChosenandWorthy Series? You can find those right HERE! Thank you for ing me here each week to share the hope given to us through Christ. Whether your words come from a story that points to the full healing you have experienced in Christ, or its a story of How to love yourself biblically journey along the road to the healing you know He is working in you, it is giving hope to others.
Your words matter and I am especially honored to have you share them here in this space! Would you love them particularly well?
Encourage them in their efforts to share the hope of Jesus. In addition, please grab either the MomentsofHope button found here or link back to me in your post. Finally, find me linking up with these encouraging places! I enjoyed reading this. A colleague and I had a conversation the other day about how God made us. Not just physically but also including our personalities, temperament, emotions, will etc.
I am relationship oriented. I relate better to people than I do tasks. I LIVE for engaging with people. People energize me. I am highly independent and strong willed etc. I plan to share some of this in an upcoming blog post.
My colleague said if she had to match me to a Biblical character, it would be Peter because he was interactive. He was the person that reached out. He spread the word. Were you a fly on the wall in our conversation? I really appreciate your insights, Yvonne!
I love studying the personality types, Yvonne. I would have loved sitting in on your conversation and getting to know a little more about each of you. Yes yes and yes!!! I absolutely love this Deb! You have so much wisdom and your blog is a wealth of inspiration. Thanks for ing the crew here today?? Thanks Lori for this exciting series. God bless you both. This is such a great How to love yourself biblically Deb! We all need to love ourselves more I think. Especially women, who tend to give How to love yourself biblically away for the sake of their families. Thanks for sharing. Thank you!
Oh, Patti. I need to read and reread this list to remember all the right ways God wants me to love myself! A right understanding of the deep love of God for His children is healing and healthful! Thanks, Deb — and thanks, Lori, for bringing us the best of the best this summer. Great post, Deb. Love how you tied humility to self love. Who would have thought? Love your 25 ideas. This is a needed perspective in our culture of pamper yourself or drain yourself to the bone.
Thank you, Theresa! I just love the fact that when I actually study His Word and follow the truth I find there.
Thanks and blessings! Wonderful insights shared here Deb. When we learn to see ourselves as God sees us, we can humbly live our lives for Him as we show a love like He does. The How to love yourself biblically tips are valuable to to make us effective servants of Christ. Love what you ladies are doing with the Summer series blog hop. May God continue to bless you all as your live to serve Him. Have a wonderful week and God bless! Passing it on…. I love the comparision with. I have so much to learn from them. Tha list is great! Julie, I watch my six-year-old grandson and he just expects everyone to love him.
I love it! I have so much to learn from him!! This has been a challenging area for me and I am a work in progress. It seems like the circles I am in the topic is always about putting others first. Yes, I know this is good but in the past I have taken to a level that was unhealthy. I know I have done it. We must practice good self love and care. God wants us too.
Always remembering who puts on their oxygen first in the plane. To love others we How to love yourself biblically take care of us and when we do the love spills right over on to others. Thank you for sharing. Yes, the oxygen example is always a good one to remember! Thanks so much for adding it to the discussion.
Caregivers need to be cared for too! Great perspective on how to love yourself. And I absolutely love 6 on the list! I am right there with you, friend!How to love yourself biblically
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