Do you trust your mirror?πŸͺžπŸ€”
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When we look into a mirror, we have complete confidence that the mirror is showing us a true and accurate reflection of what we look like on the outside. πŸ‘©πŸΌβ€πŸ¦±
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The mirror shows us what colour our eyes are, whether we are brown, tanned or pale, how our face looks, and whether our hair is out of place. πŸ’πŸΎβ€β™€οΈ
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If adjustments need to be made, we make them based on what we see in the mirror.πŸͺž
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We trust what we see in the mirror above what anybody tells us about ourselves, because we have absolute confidence that the mirror does not lie. πŸ’―
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God tells us that His Word is like a mirror. (James 1:25) πŸ“–
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When we look into God’s Word, we can have complete trust that we are seeing a true and accurate reflection of who we are in Christ, and everything God has given us by His grace. (2 Peter 1:3) ✝️
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The Word shows us that we are loved, forgiven, healed, blessed, and righteous, with nothing missing and nothing broken. (2 Peter 1:3) πŸ₯°
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If adjustments need to be made to our belief system, our character, our attitude, or our behaviour, we make them based on what we see in the Word. (2 Timothy 3:16) πŸ“–
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We can trust what we see about ourselves in the Word above what the circumstances, the symptoms, our feelings, or other people are telling us, because we have absolute confidence that the Word does not lie.πŸ’―
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And just like we have to look into a natural mirror every day to check our appearance, we have to look into the Word EVERY DAY to become fully persuaded of who we truly are in Christ and what we truly have – because that’s the REAL us! (Romans 12:2)πŸ₯°Β #faithtalks