One of the sneakiest ways the enemy will work in your life is by belittling your purpose. Making you feel like what you're doing with your life is not enough. Which leaves you constantly questioning your choices and forces you to compare your life to those around you.
The battle is real and stronger than ever. If we want to stand firm in our purpose and be used in the Kingdom of Heaven then we must pray to see the spiritual battle with a clear mind, heart, ears, and eyes!
After years of feeling intimidated by people asking me questions about myself, I was left feeling depressed and felt very unworthy. But once I started applying the 3 tools I'm about to share with you, things started to drastically shift and the power was back in my hands!
Number 1️⃣ Practice constantly writing out who it is that God says you are!
I think you will be amazed at how many words God uses to describe his children as in the Bible.
Number 2️⃣ Get radically connected to your gifts both spiritual and regular.
The more connected we are to what we are already good at the better able we will be able to use our talents for kingdom purposes and know that they are more than enough!
Number 3️⃣ Prepare for the questions people might ask you about yourself
If we spend time getting to know our true selves, then we will start to see the beauty in our creation. Since this may be different from the way you viewed yourself in the past, it's important to be excited about your new identity, gifts, calling, and purpose!
If you feel intimidated by people asking you who you are and what you do for a living, it's important to ask your heart "Heart, what does this question make me feel like inside?" or "Heart, what does this feeling remind me of?"
God tells us time and time again to be prepared! Part of being prepared is speaking with boldness, clarity, and grace. Knowing what constroversial or uncomfortable things people might ask us and having a prepared answer to give is what we are called to do.
”Let every word you speak be drenched with grace and tempered with truth and clarity. For then you will be prepared to give a respectful answer to anyone who asks about your faith.“
Colossians 4:6 TPT