Separate Your ‘Who’ from Your ‘Do’

Mama Joyce Meyers:

I’ve made mistakes in my life, and I’m sure I’ll make mistakes in the future, but I still like myself.

The fact is, I don’t do everything right all the time, but that doesn’t affect who I am.

I know I’m loved and I’m still a good person.

Me and Jesus.

That’s because I’ve learned to separate my ‘who,’ new creature in Christ, from my ‘do.’

When you realize that what you ‘do’ doesn’t determine ‘who’ you are, you can experience a new level of freedom from shame.

When you know that God likes you, you can start to really like yourself.

When you start to like yourself, other people begin to like you too.

Liking yourself doesn’t mean you’re full of pride; it simply means you accept yourself as the person God created you to be.

The main thing

–Joyce Meyer Youversion devo Promises for Your Everyday Life day 365. Images mine. ❤

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