YOU ARE GOD’S TREASURED POSSESSION

YOU ARE GOD’S TREASURED POSSESSION

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Now therefore, if ye will obey my voice indeed, and keep my covenant,

then ye shall be a peculiar treasure unto me above all people (Exodus 19:5)

 

When you get born again, you take on an entirely different identity, the zenith of which is being God’s Treasured possession.  As a Christian woman, you are first of all defined not by what you have achieved but by who you are.  This very privilege you enjoy is not something you have earned or deserved; it is what God has done for you.  He has chosen you, He has made you holy, He has made you a member of His family and He has called you His treasured possession.  All of these simply mean that your value as a person does not depend on what you do and how well you do it.  You are no less valuable when you are not identified as some great woman Preacher, Teacher, Evangelist, Prophet, Apostle or Bishop’s wife,  neither are you less valuable when you are not identified as some great Chief Executive Officer of some thriving Corporate Organization or Government Functionary.  Similarly, you are not less valuable because you are a single woman, single mother, divorced or a widow.  All of the above mentioned are not the things that determine and define your worth.  You are still God’s treasured possession all the same.

 

The root meaning of the word ‘treasure’ is the King’s personal fortune or wealth – that should tell you how special you are to God.  The value you place on a thing is usually very subjective.  As the saying goes, “one man’s garbage is another man’s gold”.  If how much you as a person are  willing to pay for something is directly determined by its true value, then invariably you must be incredibly valuable to God. For He paid the highest price that could be paid for your redemption – the blood and life of His only begotten son.  God demonstrated the depth of His love to you and proved your worth to Him by offering the highest payment He could possibly pay.  The God who made all the precious jewels, gold, silver, diamond and mineral resources has  chosen you to be His most treasured possession.  Thus, the next time you are tempted to think that you are a ‘nobody’ and just a miserable fellow, remind yourself that you are God’s treasured possession and you always will be.

 

From today therefore, stop entertaining any feeling of rejection, self-hatred, self-pity, insecurity, fear, loneliness, unwholesome craving for approval and the like.  Always remember that you are very valuable to God, your worth is not based on what you think of yourself or by your own good deed, but solely on the astronomical price that God was willing to pay to redeem you to become His own.

 

 

Prayer focus:             Lord, help me to be able to understand the incredible value you placed on my life from today henceforth in Jesus Name.

 

Quote:                         We are God’s chosen people, we are God’s treasured possession, let us rise in mighty strength to possess our rightful places as God’s children.

 

 

Lailah Gifty Akita

 

Now therefore, if ye will obey my voice indeed, and keep my covenant,

then ye shall be a peculiar treasure unto me above all people (Exodus 19:5)

 

When you get born again, you take on an entirely different identity, the zenith of which is being God’s Treasured possession.  As a Christian woman, you are first of all defined not by what you have achieved but by who you are.  This very privilege you enjoy is not something you have earned or deserved; it is what God has done for you.  He has chosen you, He has made you holy, He has made you a member of His family and He has called you His treasured possession.  All of these simply mean that your value as a person does not depend on what you do and how well you do it.  You are no less valuable when you are not identified as some great woman Preacher, Teacher, Evangelist, Prophet, Apostle or Bishop’s wife,  neither are you less valuable when you are not identified as some great Chief Executive Officer of some thriving Corporate Organization or Government Functionary.  Similarly, you are not less valuable because you are a single woman, single mother, divorced or a widow.  All of the above mentioned are not the things that determine and define your worth.  You are still God’s treasured possession all the same.

 

The root meaning of the word ‘treasure’ is the King’s personal fortune or wealth – that should tell you how special you are to God.  The value you place on a thing is usually very subjective.  As the saying goes, “one man’s garbage is another man’s gold”.  If how much you as a person are  willing to pay for something is directly determined by its true value, then invariably you must be incredibly valuable to God. For He paid the highest price that could be paid for your redemption – the blood and life of His only begotten son.  God demonstrated the depth of His love to you and proved your worth to Him by offering the highest payment He could possibly pay.  The God who made all the precious jewels, gold, silver, diamond and mineral resources has  chosen you to be His most treasured possession.  Thus, the next time you are tempted to think that you are a ‘nobody’ and just a miserable fellow, remind yourself that you are God’s treasured possession and you always will be.

 

From today therefore, stop entertaining any feeling of rejection, self-hatred, self-pity, insecurity, fear, loneliness, unwholesome craving for approval and the like.  Always remember that you are very valuable to God, your worth is not based on what you think of yourself or by your own good deed, but solely on the astronomical price that God was willing to pay to redeem you to become His own.

 

 

Prayer focus:             Lord, help me to be able to understand the incredible value you placed on my life from today henceforth in Jesus Name.

 

Quote:                         We are God’s chosen people, we are God’s treasured possession, let us rise in mighty strength to possess our rightful places as God’s children.

 

 

Lailah Gifty Akita

 

Now therefore, if ye will obey my voice indeed, and keep my covenant,

then ye shall be a peculiar treasure unto me above all people (Exodus 19:5)

 

When you get born again, you take on an entirely different identity, the zenith of which is being God’s Treasured possession.  As a Christian woman, you are first of all defined not by what you have achieved but by who you are.  This very privilege you enjoy is not something you have earned or deserved; it is what God has done for you.  He has chosen you, He has made you holy, He has made you a member of His family and He has called you His treasured possession.  All of these simply mean that your value as a person does not depend on what you do and how well you do it.  You are no less valuable when you are not identified as some great woman Preacher, Teacher, Evangelist, Prophet, Apostle or Bishop’s wife,  neither are you less valuable when you are not identified as some great Chief Executive Officer of some thriving Corporate Organization or Government Functionary.  Similarly, you are not less valuable because you are a single woman, single mother, divorced or a widow.  All of the above mentioned are not the things that determine and define your worth.  You are still God’s treasured possession all the same.

 

The root meaning of the word ‘treasure’ is the King’s personal fortune or wealth – that should tell you how special you are to God.  The value you place on a thing is usually very subjective.  As the saying goes, “one man’s garbage is another man’s gold”.  If how much you as a person are  willing to pay for something is directly determined by its true value, then invariably you must be incredibly valuable to God. For He paid the highest price that could be paid for your redemption – the blood and life of His only begotten son.  God demonstrated the depth of His love to you and proved your worth to Him by offering the highest payment He could possibly pay.  The God who made all the precious jewels, gold, silver, diamond and mineral resources has  chosen you to be His most treasured possession.  Thus, the next time you are tempted to think that you are a ‘nobody’ and just a miserable fellow, remind yourself that you are God’s treasured possession and you always will be.

 

From today therefore, stop entertaining any feeling of rejection, self-hatred, self-pity, insecurity, fear, loneliness, unwholesome craving for approval and the like.  Always remember that you are very valuable to God, your worth is not based on what you think of yourself or by your own good deed, but solely on the astronomical price that God was willing to pay to redeem you to become His own.

 

 

Prayer focus:             Lord, help me to be able to understand the incredible value you placed on my life from today henceforth in Jesus Name.

 

Quote:                         We are God’s chosen people, we are God’s treasured possession, let us rise in mighty strength to possess our rightful places as God’s children.

 

 

Lailah Gifty Akita

 

Now therefore, if ye will obey my voice indeed, and keep my covenant,

then ye shall be a peculiar treasure unto me above all people (Exodus 19:5)

 

When you get born again, you take on an entirely different identity, the zenith of which is being God’s Treasured possession.  As a Christian woman, you are first of all defined not by what you have achieved but by who you are.  This very privilege you enjoy is not something you have earned or deserved; it is what God has done for you.  He has chosen you, He has made you holy, He has made you a member of His family and He has called you His treasured possession.  All of these simply mean that your value as a person does not depend on what you do and how well you do it.  You are no less valuable when you are not identified as some great woman Preacher, Teacher, Evangelist, Prophet, Apostle or Bishop’s wife,  neither are you less valuable when you are not identified as some great Chief Executive Officer of some thriving Corporate Organization or Government Functionary.  Similarly, you are not less valuable because you are a single woman, single mother, divorced or a widow.  All of the above mentioned are not the things that determine and define your worth.  You are still God’s treasured possession all the same.

 

The root meaning of the word ‘treasure’ is the King’s personal fortune or wealth – that should tell you how special you are to God.  The value you place on a thing is usually very subjective.  As the saying goes, “one man’s garbage is another man’s gold”.  If how much you as a person are  willing to pay for something is directly determined by its true value, then invariably you must be incredibly valuable to God. For He paid the highest price that could be paid for your redemption – the blood and life of His only begotten son.  God demonstrated the depth of His love to you and proved your worth to Him by offering the highest payment He could possibly pay.  The God who made all the precious jewels, gold, silver, diamond and mineral resources has  chosen you to be His most treasured possession.  Thus, the next time you are tempted to think that you are a ‘nobody’ and just a miserable fellow, remind yourself that you are God’s treasured possession and you always will be.

 

From today therefore, stop entertaining any feeling of rejection, self-hatred, self-pity, insecurity, fear, loneliness, unwholesome craving for approval and the like.  Always remember that you are very valuable to God, your worth is not based on what you think of yourself or by your own good deed, but solely on the astronomical price that God was willing to pay to redeem you to become His own.

 

 

Prayer focus:             Lord, help me to be able to understand the incredible value you placed on my life from today henceforth in Jesus Name.

 

Quote:                         We are God’s chosen people, we are God’s treasured possession, let us rise in mighty strength to possess our rightful places as God’s children.

 

 

Lailah Gifty Akita

 

Now therefore, if ye will obey my voice indeed, and keep my covenant,

then ye shall be a peculiar treasure unto me above all people (Exodus 19:5)

 

When you get born again, you take on an entirely different identity, the zenith of which is being God’s Treasured possession.  As a Christian woman, you are first of all defined not by what you have achieved but by who you are.  This very privilege you enjoy is not something you have earned or deserved; it is what God has done for you.  He has chosen you, He has made you holy, He has made you a member of His family and He has called you His treasured possession.  All of these simply mean that your value as a person does not depend on what you do and how well you do it.  You are no less valuable when you are not identified as some great woman Preacher, Teacher, Evangelist, Prophet, Apostle or Bishop’s wife,  neither are you less valuable when you are not identified as some great Chief Executive Officer of some thriving Corporate Organization or Government Functionary.  Similarly, you are not less valuable because you are a single woman, single mother, divorced or a widow.  All of the above mentioned are not the things that determine and define your worth.  You are still God’s treasured possession all the same.

 

The root meaning of the word ‘treasure’ is the King’s personal fortune or wealth – that should tell you how special you are to God.  The value you place on a thing is usually very subjective.  As the saying goes, “one man’s garbage is another man’s gold”.  If how much you as a person are  willing to pay for something is directly determined by its true value, then invariably you must be incredibly valuable to God. For He paid the highest price that could be paid for your redemption – the blood and life of His only begotten son.  God demonstrated the depth of His love to you and proved your worth to Him by offering the highest payment He could possibly pay.  The God who made all the precious jewels, gold, silver, diamond and mineral resources has  chosen you to be His most treasured possession.  Thus, the next time you are tempted to think that you are a ‘nobody’ and just a miserable fellow, remind yourself that you are God’s treasured possession and you always will be.

 

From today therefore, stop entertaining any feeling of rejection, self-hatred, self-pity, insecurity, fear, loneliness, unwholesome craving for approval and the like.  Always remember that you are very valuable to God, your worth is not based on what you think of yourself or by your own good deed, but solely on the astronomical price that God was willing to pay to redeem you to become His own.

 

 

Prayer focus:             Lord, help me to be able to understand the incredible value you placed on my life from today henceforth in Jesus Name.

 

Quote:                         We are God’s chosen people, we are God’s treasured possession, let us rise in mighty strength to possess our rightful places as God’s children.

 

 

Lailah Gifty Akita

 

Now therefore, if ye will obey my voice indeed, and keep my covenant,

then ye shall be a peculiar treasure unto me above all people (Exodus 19:5)

 

When you get born again, you take on an entirely different identity, the zenith of which is being God’s Treasured possession.  As a Christian woman, you are first of all defined not by what you have achieved but by who you are.  This very privilege you enjoy is not something you have earned or deserved; it is what God has done for you.  He has chosen you, He has made you holy, He has made you a member of His family and He has called you His treasured possession.  All of these simply mean that your value as a person does not depend on what you do and how well you do it.  You are no less valuable when you are not identified as some great woman Preacher, Teacher, Evangelist, Prophet, Apostle or Bishop’s wife,  neither are you less valuable when you are not identified as some great Chief Executive Officer of some thriving Corporate Organization or Government Functionary.  Similarly, you are not less valuable because you are a single woman, single mother, divorced or a widow.  All of the above mentioned are not the things that determine and define your worth.  You are still God’s treasured possession all the same.

 

The root meaning of the word ‘treasure’ is the King’s personal fortune or wealth – that should tell you how special you are to God.  The value you place on a thing is usually very subjective.  As the saying goes, “one man’s garbage is another man’s gold”.  If how much you as a person are  willing to pay for something is directly determined by its true value, then invariably you must be incredibly valuable to God. For He paid the highest price that could be paid for your redemption – the blood and life of His only begotten son.  God demonstrated the depth of His love to you and proved your worth to Him by offering the highest payment He could possibly pay.  The God who made all the precious jewels, gold, silver, diamond and mineral resources has  chosen you to be His most treasured possession.  Thus, the next time you are tempted to think that you are a ‘nobody’ and just a miserable fellow, remind yourself that you are God’s treasured possession and you always will be.

 

From today therefore, stop entertaining any feeling of rejection, self-hatred, self-pity, insecurity, fear, loneliness, unwholesome craving for approval and the like.  Always remember that you are very valuable to God, your worth is not based on what you think of yourself or by your own good deed, but solely on the astronomical price that God was willing to pay to redeem you to become His own.

 

 

Prayer focus:             Lord, help me to be able to understand the incredible value you placed on my life from today henceforth in Jesus Name.

 

Quote:                         We are God’s chosen people, we are God’s treasured possession, let us rise in mighty strength to possess our rightful places as God’s children.

 

 

Lailah Gifty Akita

 

Now therefore, if ye will obey my voice indeed, and keep my covenant,

then ye shall be a peculiar treasure unto me above all people (Exodus 19:5)

 

When you get born again, you take on an entirely different identity, the zenith of which is being God’s Treasured possession.  As a Christian woman, you are first of all defined not by what you have achieved but by who you are.  This very privilege you enjoy is not something you have earned or deserved; it is what God has done for you.  He has chosen you, He has made you holy, He has made you a member of His family and He has called you His treasured possession.  All of these simply mean that your value as a person does not depend on what you do and how well you do it.  You are no less valuable when you are not identified as some great woman Preacher, Teacher, Evangelist, Prophet, Apostle or Bishop’s wife,  neither are you less valuable when you are not identified as some great Chief Executive Officer of some thriving Corporate Organization or Government Functionary.  Similarly, you are not less valuable because you are a single woman, single mother, divorced or a widow.  All of the above mentioned are not the things that determine and define your worth.  You are still God’s treasured possession all the same.

 

The root meaning of the word ‘treasure’ is the King’s personal fortune or wealth – that should tell you how special you are to God.  The value you place on a thing is usually very subjective.  As the saying goes, “one man’s garbage is another man’s gold”.  If how much you as a person are  willing to pay for something is directly determined by its true value, then invariably you must be incredibly valuable to God. For He paid the highest price that could be paid for your redemption – the blood and life of His only begotten son.  God demonstrated the depth of His love to you and proved your worth to Him by offering the highest payment He could possibly pay.  The God who made all the precious jewels, gold, silver, diamond and mineral resources has  chosen you to be His most treasured possession.  Thus, the next time you are tempted to think that you are a ‘nobody’ and just a miserable fellow, remind yourself that you are God’s treasured possession and you always will be.

 

From today therefore, stop entertaining any feeling of rejection, self-hatred, self-pity, insecurity, fear, loneliness, unwholesome craving for approval and the like.  Always remember that you are very valuable to God, your worth is not based on what you think of yourself or by your own good deed, but solely on the astronomical price that God was willing to pay to redeem you to become His own.

 

 

Prayer focus:             Lord, help me to be able to understand the incredible value you placed on my life from today henceforth in Jesus Name.

 

Quote:                         We are God’s chosen people, we are God’s treasured possession, let us rise in mighty strength to possess our rightful places as God’s children.

 

 

Lailah Gifty Akita

 

Now therefore, if ye will obey my voice indeed, and keep my covenant,

then ye shall be a peculiar treasure unto me above all people (Exodus 19:5)

 

When you get born again, you take on an entirely different identity, the zenith of which is being God’s Treasured possession.  As a Christian woman, you are first of all defined not by what you have achieved but by who you are.  This very privilege you enjoy is not something you have earned or deserved; it is what God has done for you.  He has chosen you, He has made you holy, He has made you a member of His family and He has called you His treasured possession.  All of these simply mean that your value as a person does not depend on what you do and how well you do it.  You are no less valuable when you are not identified as some great woman Preacher, Teacher, Evangelist, Prophet, Apostle or Bishop’s wife,  neither are you less valuable when you are not identified as some great Chief Executive Officer of some thriving Corporate Organization or Government Functionary.  Similarly, you are not less valuable because you are a single woman, single mother, divorced or a widow.  All of the above mentioned are not the things that determine and define your worth.  You are still God’s treasured possession all the same.

 

The root meaning of the word ‘treasure’ is the King’s personal fortune or wealth – that should tell you how special you are to God.  The value you place on a thing is usually very subjective.  As the saying goes, “one man’s garbage is another man’s gold”.  If how much you as a person are  willing to pay for something is directly determined by its true value, then invariably you must be incredibly valuable to God. For He paid the highest price that could be paid for your redemption – the blood and life of His only begotten son.  God demonstrated the depth of His love to you and proved your worth to Him by offering the highest payment He could possibly pay.  The God who made all the precious jewels, gold, silver, diamond and mineral resources has  chosen you to be His most treasured possession.  Thus, the next time you are tempted to think that you are a ‘nobody’ and just a miserable fellow, remind yourself that you are God’s treasured possession and you always will be.

 

From today therefore, stop entertaining any feeling of rejection, self-hatred, self-pity, insecurity, fear, loneliness, unwholesome craving for approval and the like.  Always remember that you are very valuable to God, your worth is not based on what you think of yourself or by your own good deed, but solely on the astronomical price that God was willing to pay to redeem you to become His own.

 

 

Prayer focus:             Lord, help me to be able to understand the incredible value you placed on my life from today henceforth in Jesus Name.

 

Quote:                         We are God’s chosen people, we are God’s treasured possession, let us rise in mighty strength to possess our rightful places as God’s children.

 

 

Lailah Gifty Akita

 

Now therefore, if ye will obey my voice indeed, and keep my covenant,

then ye shall be a peculiar treasure unto me above all people (Exodus 19:5)

 

When you get born again, you take on an entirely different identity, the zenith of which is being God’s Treasured possession.  As a Christian woman, you are first of all defined not by what you have achieved but by who you are.  This very privilege you enjoy is not something you have earned or deserved; it is what God has done for you.  He has chosen you, He has made you holy, He has made you a member of His family and He has called you His treasured possession.  All of these simply mean that your value as a person does not depend on what you do and how well you do it.  You are no less valuable when you are not identified as some great woman Preacher, Teacher, Evangelist, Prophet, Apostle or Bishop’s wife,  neither are you less valuable when you are not identified as some great Chief Executive Officer of some thriving Corporate Organization or Government Functionary.  Similarly, you are not less valuable because you are a single woman, single mother, divorced or a widow.  All of the above mentioned are not the things that determine and define your worth.  You are still God’s treasured possession all the same.

 

The root meaning of the word ‘treasure’ is the King’s personal fortune or wealth – that should tell you how special you are to God.  The value you place on a thing is usually very subjective.  As the saying goes, “one man’s garbage is another man’s gold”.  If how much you as a person are  willing to pay for something is directly determined by its true value, then invariably you must be incredibly valuable to God. For He paid the highest price that could be paid for your redemption – the blood and life of His only begotten son.  God demonstrated the depth of His love to you and proved your worth to Him by offering the highest payment He could possibly pay.  The God who made all the precious jewels, gold, silver, diamond and mineral resources has  chosen you to be His most treasured possession.  Thus, the next time you are tempted to think that you are a ‘nobody’ and just a miserable fellow, remind yourself that you are God’s treasured possession and you always will be.

 

From today therefore, stop entertaining any feeling of rejection, self-hatred, self-pity, insecurity, fear, loneliness, unwholesome craving for approval and the like.  Always remember that you are very valuable to God, your worth is not based on what you think of yourself or by your own good deed, but solely on the astronomical price that God was willing to pay to redeem you to become His own.

 

 

Prayer focus:             Lord, help me to be able to understand the incredible value you placed on my life from today henceforth in Jesus Name.

 

Quote:                         We are God’s chosen people, we are God’s treasured possession, let us rise in mighty strength to possess our rightful places as God’s children.

 

 

Lailah Gifty Akita

 

Now therefore, if ye will obey my voice indeed, and keep my covenant,

then ye shall be a peculiar treasure unto me above all people (Exodus 19:5)

 

When you get born again, you take on an entirely different identity, the zenith of which is being God’s Treasured possession.  As a Christian woman, you are first of all defined not by what you have achieved but by who you are.  This very privilege you enjoy is not something you have earned or deserved; it is what God has done for you.  He has chosen you, He has made you holy, He has made you a member of His family and He has called you His treasured possession.  All of these simply mean that your value as a person does not depend on what you do and how well you do it.  You are no less valuable when you are not identified as some great woman Preacher, Teacher, Evangelist, Prophet, Apostle or Bishop’s wife,  neither are you less valuable when you are not identified as some great Chief Executive Officer of some thriving Corporate Organization or Government Functionary.  Similarly, you are not less valuable because you are a single woman, single mother, divorced or a widow.  All of the above mentioned are not the things that determine and define your worth.  You are still God’s treasured possession all the same.

 

The root meaning of the word ‘treasure’ is the King’s personal fortune or wealth – that should tell you how special you are to God.  The value you place on a thing is usually very subjective.  As the saying goes, “one man’s garbage is another man’s gold”.  If how much you as a person are  willing to pay for something is directly determined by its true value, then invariably you must be incredibly valuable to God. For He paid the highest price that could be paid for your redemption – the blood and life of His only begotten son.  God demonstrated the depth of His love to you and proved your worth to Him by offering the highest payment He could possibly pay.  The God who made all the precious jewels, gold, silver, diamond and mineral resources has  chosen you to be His most treasured possession.  Thus, the next time you are tempted to think that you are a ‘nobody’ and just a miserable fellow, remind yourself that you are God’s treasured possession and you always will be.

 

From today therefore, stop entertaining any feeling of rejection, self-hatred, self-pity, insecurity, fear, loneliness, unwholesome craving for approval and the like.  Always remember that you are very valuable to God, your worth is not based on what you think of yourself or by your own good deed, but solely on the astronomical price that God was willing to pay to redeem you to become His own.

 

 

Prayer focus:             Lord, help me to be able to understand the incredible value you placed on my life from today henceforth in Jesus Name.

 

Quote:                         We are God’s chosen people, we are God’s treasured possession, let us rise in mighty strength to possess our rightful places as God’s children.

                                                                                 Lailah Gifty Akita

 

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