Woman Wonderfully Made - Understanding Your Self-Worth and Purpose According to God. Understand your value to God as his most important creation. You are the Lord's masterpiece and believing in your worth will change your life forever.
Are you feeling ugly? Inadequate? Insecure? Second rate? Unimportant? Unworthy of the good things in life? If so you're not alone. Thousands of women struggle with the same emotional, mental, and spiritual struggles as you.
Many women struggle with low self-esteem and self doubt. But once you realize you were made perfect in God's eyes, you'll live a life far beyond anything you could possibly ever imagine.
You may believe you are too fat, too thin, not smart enough, not pretty enough, or not good enough. Or you may feel you lack a particular talent that would make you better or more attractive to others.
In Psalm 139:14 God says you are, "wonderfully made". God says you are beautiful, both inside and out. God says he will love you forever and will never place those negative, short-sighted, and incorrect images of the world on to you, his masterpiece.
Woman Wonderfully Made clearly explains how much God loves you as his "magnum opus"...his single greatest work...a human being..WOMAN.
My name is Ayesha Glover and I know what it feels like to be "wonderfully made". Even as a young woman, I felt confident. But as I got older, I realized that my reason for feeeling that way was because God was specifically looking out for me and doing incredible things in my life. So when I made the decision to turn my life over to him completely, I realized it was a natural progression of love for myself and a strong sense of self-worth. His love attracts others to me and gives me the power to love others well.
Read Woman Wonderfully Made, then you will know that nothing in all creation is more beautiful than you. No one can rob you of your self-worth because it comes from the Creator of the Universe, the King of all kings,...your Heavenly Father.
Learn how to repair your self-esteem, trust in the Lord to guide you, and embrace your heritage as a daughter to The King. Hold your head high, because you are "wonderfully made."
Excerpt from Chapter 1:
"Woman is not just a pretty sidekick to man. Woman plays one of the most essential and intricate roles in history; everyday honored for her love, courage, service, and example, and forever remembered in women like Mary, Esther, and Deborah.
Sadly, many women have forgotten or never realized who they are. They place their self-esteem in the hands of sinful and flawed people who have distorted views of humanity. Then women fail to accept their positions as daughters of The King, thereby failing to realize their rights as daughters, their God-given talents, and their responsibilities as a woman.
So many women hate themselves. They hate how they look. They think they have no talents or skills. I have heard many women say, “I could never do that.” “I’m not smart enough.” Or, “I’m not pretty enough.” I have said those things.
As women, we often fail to recognize our talents and we never seem to be satisfied with our bodies and the way we look. We allow society and its twisted thinking to tell us what is beautiful. And when we don’t match up to the perfect look of the month we feel ugly, stupid, and hopeless. That has got to end!
The Lord tells you that you are “fearfully and wonderfully made” (Psalm 139:14). What does that mean? It means you were created to be awed and revered as a holy, powerful, gifted, and beautiful masterpiece of the Lord. Human beings are the Lord’s magnum opus: his single greatest work. Nothing in all creation is greater than you!
When I reflect upon my own creation, I am reminded of Psalm 139:13, “For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother’s womb.” With his own hands the Lord created me. He designed my nose, lips, hips, and thighs. The size 11 shoe I wear is part of his design. He gave me my personality: bold, passionate, motivated, and creative. And yet, at times, I have struggled to love how God created me. I have wished and prayed for green eyes, bigger breasts, smaller hips, longer hair, and so on. Those things are not eternal. Nor will they bring me eternal happiness. My joy, my confidence must come from God, not a 36”-24”-36” figure. I am beautiful to my Father. And better yet, I will be beautiful and flawless in heaven. And until I get there, God is not judging me by my cup size or the size of my hips. He loves me no matter what. He loves me in ways I cannot imagine. God, my Father, loves me even when I do not love myself.
Your true self-esteem and self-worth have to come from God. He created you. He knows his creation is good, and God is never wrong!
As you accept your position as a daughter of The King, you become spiritual royalty. You become a princess, a Divine Princess, in fact."