In·se·cu·ri·ty: Uncertainty or anxiety about oneself, lack of confidence.
When Melania and Donald Trump were interviewed in 2005 on Larry King Live following their very public January wedding, LK unapologizingly asked the question, “Do you worry about other women wanting Donald?” Melania, without batting an eye, responded; “No. I know who I am. If a man doesn’t want to be with me, why would I want to be with him? Goodbye, and good luck.”
I believe women all too often base their value on how men have valued them. I believe now is the time to beg the question, “Who are you?” For me, I always battle what my “status” is, versus who I really am. EG, Single Mom, divorced, sister, friend, etc. But in the scope of eternity, or even 20 years from now, my status will be different. So, I’m basing who I am, on what I do.
I’m here to tell you, none of our ‘stautuses’ define who we are, or who we are going to be.
The voice of insecurity tells us we are never enough until we DO. Until we perform. God says we are either In-Christ, or we aren’t. There’s no in-between, no purgatory. No category for “considering your options”. The apostle John says, “Yet for all who did receive Him (Jesus as Lord), to all those who believe in His name, He gave the right to become children of God.” We are children of God if we believe in Jesus as the resurrected King and Savior of the World. All we have to do… is believe. True confidence comes from Jesus and His Word (the Bible). What Jesus says about us conquers every good and bad thing we could ever do. The apostle Paul explains in the letter to the Church of Ephesians, “For He (Jesus) predestined us for adoption to sonship, in accordance with His will and pleasure”. Jesus died and was resurrected so that those who were once strangers to him, would be fulfilled and confident in themselves because of their Sonship in Christ. The question is, do you believe? Until you believe, there will always be identification with your do, and never who you are.