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Self-Confidence


I will praise You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made, Marvelous are Your works, and that my soul knows very well.                                                             
                                                                                                                                                   Psalm 139: 14

 

Definition

Self-Confident: believe in oneself or one's own abilities

                        In one's own powers, judgment, etc.

 

 

In everything we do, we should have confidence in ourselves. God builds us up to love ourselves and to know that everything we do He gave us the gift to do it. Don’t allow anyone to put you down and say things like, you will never accomplish anything in life. Or you are just wasting your time. Nobody is going to see any good in that. In spite of what people say about you, you need to know you can do anything you set your mind to do. Have confidence in yourself and knock down all the negative things that come your way.  

Hold your head up high and allow people to see what God sees in you. Don’t walk in fear wondering about where life will take you in the future. Live for today and God will help you with the rest. Treat yourself right and own your life. Set goals and start taking the steps you need to reach your goals. Speak up and you will eventually be heard. You will change somebody’s life forever. Know that everything you do and everywhere you go, put God first.

To start taking charge of your life:

ü  Ask God the things you need to change

ü  Write down your goals

ü  Start taking steps to reach you goals and be the person you need to be and have self-confidence

 

 

What ways can you build your Self-Confidence? How would you apply it in your life?

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  1. a wonderful positive post! thank you for sharing at the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop.xo

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  2. Very inspirational and positive post!! I agree believe in yourself and your own abilities to boost self confidence in you. As it helps you in achieving your goal.

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