You Matter





This is the message I communicated to my kids today on the way to school, after my son told me about the rejection he received when he asked a peer group if he could be their friend and they flat out said, “no”.

I said; You have value. Not because of who you know, what groups you are in, how well you succeed, what people want to hang out with you, or what natural ability or talent you have. You have significance because, the Creator of the Universe loves you, accepts you, forgives you and you are pleasing to Him. And Whether you do well or you screw up, that is never going to change. There is No One else out there who is you! 

My heart is burning within me to share that with all of you! It is rock solid truth and it will never change. This week has been National Suicide Awareness week in the U.S.  I have been, as I am sure you have been, affected in some way by this tragic choice. I have even had times in my life that I seriously contemplated suicide, because I felt hopeless and useless. That is the deception of deceptions and a lie carried to us by the adversary of our souls. You and I matter! The literature from the  Personal Life Mission course I am participating in right now says it spot on;

No body has your wiring and your history. Nobody! This gives you a unique place in the world and even greater things for your future!

Do you believe it? I do, and I am walking this path of wholeness with you and would love to hear from you today!

#youmatter #thereisnoonelikeyou #significance

3 thoughts on “You Matter

  1. Reblogged this on Something to Stu Over and commented:
    This was going to be one of my post picks for the month, but with school now in session and our children trying to make new friends this is a very vital post. Parents, what are we teaching our children when someone says no, I do not want to be your friend or I do not want to hang out with you?


    1. Thank you, Stuart for your feedback, I appreciate that very much! I did not put in this particular post that, my son who experienced this particular rejection has Autism. He has had more opportunity to experience rejection than most. But I agree with you , and often have to remind myself, that my significance and value comes from God and God alone. Thank you for sharing this and many Blessings!

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      1. You are very welcome. It’s a very valuable post.

        My best friend’s son has Autism and I have heard stories from him on how certain kids did not accept him. He is such an awesome young man. It has changed as time has gone by and was named most popular in high school.


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