Over the years, I’ve met many people who thought that they were a nobody.
They considered themselves to be insignificant and unworthy of anything special.
They saw themselves as a very small cog in a much larger machine.
They thought that their flaws and past mistakes were hindrances (excuses?) to being anything more than average.
They lacked confidence, self-esteem and a sense of purpose.
They thought that they were nobody and they lived their lives accordingly.
They were wrong.
Everyone has unique and valuable skills.
Everyone has potential.
Everyone can make a difference.
Everyone can learn, grow and develop.
Everyone has a job to do and a reason for being here (even if they don’t know it yet).
Everyone is known, loved and valued by their heavenly Father.
Nobody’s a nobody.
And that includes you!
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