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You are Beautiful and Loved by God

Listen to the Song "Beautiful" by MercyMe

There are times when our mistakes and actions make us feel as though we’ve let down our families and God. I’m fortunate to have the support of my family during these times, and I pray that you have that support as well. But even for those of us who have the support, it never hurts to have a song like Beautiful to remind us that God loves us no matter what. So, yes, you are beautiful and loved by a God who understands your humanity – and your regrets. And he wants you to feel better today. That’s why I have embedded the MercyMe link for this song to use as our affirmation today. You can also read the lyrics while listening to the song from another YouTube contributor.

Look in the Mirror and Repeat “Your are Beautiful and Loved”

If you aren’t convinced yet, go to the mirror and repeat today’s affirmation to yourself. But don’t just say it. Mean it. Believe it. Because it’s true. And allow God to show all of your good qualities to you. Then share this affirmation with another woman who needs to hear this.

Your are beautiful and loved
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Affirmations Make Us Strong

Write down your good qualities and use them as your personal affirmations. Don’t let the devil continue to lie to you and tell you that you aren’t worthy. Because you have lots of good qualities God likes. And Jesus died on the cross because he thinks you’re worthy.

Listen to songs like Beautiful, and read the words of Jesus in Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. These affirmations strengthen us to become better women. However, better doesn’t mean we’re perfect. It just means we’re striving to accept and learn from our imperfections. Women who appear to be perfect have this quality in them. So, affirm to be a woman with this quality. 

I hope you'll join me next Saturday morning for another post. In the meantime, Godspeed on this beautiful journey. 

Love and prayers,



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