A reminder for today
But the wisdom from above is first of all pure. It is also peace loving, gentle at all times, and willing to yield to others. It is full of mercy and good deeds. (James 3:17)
It is hard to suppress who we are. The individual that God created will always break out and find his way to the surface of who we are. We can try to alter our personality to fit other, but in the end we will always fall back onto who we are. Our individuality is unique and almost impossible to suppress and hide. When we find ourselves in a comfortable space our individuality will flourish. It is the moment we must submit and change ourselves for the benefit of other that we become rebels in our own bodies. This inner conflict will continue until we let our individuality out to freely be who we are. Friends or co-workers can sometimes have a negative impact on who we are so we might try to fit in to make them happy and then unknowingly we try to overpower who we are. This will enhance our inner conflict until we realise that we were meant to be different and we do not fit in with that crowd.
It is imperative that we seek God’s wisdom, because His wisdom is pure and it will show us the correct way and correct way to be who we are meant to be. When we listen to His wisdom we will find peace that will last and we will willingly yield, because it does not go against our core self. When we are ourselves we will flow with mercy and good deeds as we are who we are and thus being who God intended us to be.
My dear friend, do not change your core to be who you are not. It will destroy you and make you extremely unhappy. It will cause distance between you and the Father and this is not how God intended us to be. God wants us to be happy and to live happily in His mercy and blessings. He does not want you to be unhappy and broken all the time.
Lord, guide us to be ourselves and lead us to your wisdom so that we can be ourselves for your glory. In Jesus name.
Let every knee bow down and every voice declare that Jesus Christ is the Lord.
Have and awesome day dear friend of Jesus.