One of the top search phrases leading people to Bible.org is this question, “What does God say about me?” That could be a natural question for anyone to ask who does not already know the Bible’s teachings. But, a lot of times, that question is wrapped up in mega insecurity, even among Christians. Perhaps this question is constantly rolling over in your mind.
Looking at stuff on the internet and reading through some devotionals and Bible studies, it’s obvious that there is a lot of shallow teaching out there that focuses constantly on our sinfulness (and, yes, every human is prone to sinfulness) but leaves out the good news of God’s grace toward us and His life in us. It drives me nuts when I see it in women’s Bible Studies—application questions that focus only on avoiding sin in your life.
No wonder many women look at their lives, which may be very messy compared to others, and think to themselves, “God must not like me as much as He does her.” Then, you resign yourself to your “fate” because you don’t deserve better, or you do as many good deeds as you can to try to get back into God’s good favor so He will love you again. Stop it! Grasp the fact that as a Christian you are dearly loved by your God. And, God loves all of His children equally. That’s what God says about you.