Recently, I had an exchange with God, where I asked Him if I was worth it. He took my face in His hands and said, “You are worth it all.” This thought struck me so soundly, the God Who I worship and Who is worthy of all praise, was telling me that I am worth it all. A few days later, as I worshiped at my piano, I began to sing, “You are worthy of it all” and in that moment I could hear God (in my heart) singing back over me, “You are worth it all.” It’s becoming a welcomed theme in my life right now. There’s nothing like worshiping God and then hearing Him love you right back.
But isn’t it true? He does think that each and every one of us was worth it all. We were worth Him creating Adam and Eve and walking out their fall from grace. We were worth Him reaching out to Noah and having him build an arc so that one day we would exist. We were worth having His one and only Son, Jesus, die on that cross. We were worth it all. All the troubles and trials and even betrayals.
Let that thought sink in for a minute.
You are worth it all.
Now that you are aware of His thoughts about you, there is no room for talking bad about yourself anymore. There is no room for you to think the world might have been better if you never existed. No room for you to think your purpose is too small to matter. No, now is the time to think big and small. What do I mean? I mean, place no limits on what God can and will do inside of you and through you, meanwhile being diligent and faithful in all the small things you’re living out right now. Sometimes, it’s the most seemingly insignificant parts of our life that leave the greatest impact on other’s lives, and the world around us.
Being faithful in the small things, so God knows He can trust you with more.
Prayer Moment: God, no matter how big or small my life and ministry will be, I want it to be full of You. I want the weight of Your glory to consume all that I do. Fall on me now. Fill me anew. Light my fire again and let it rage like an inferno for You. Whether I end up influencing presidents and kings, or simply ministering to my family and friends, let me take it all seriously enough to leave a legacy for Your kingdom. Use me as you will. I am willing. In Jesus name, Amen.
The Sovereign Lord has given me an instructed tongue, to know the word that sustains the weary. He wakens me morning by morning, wakens my ear to listen like one being taught. Isaiah 50:4
I will instruct you and teach you in the way you should go; I will counsel you and watch over you. Psalm 32:8
Whoever can be trusted with very little can also be trusted with much, and whoever is dishonest with very little will also be dishonest with much. Luke 16:10