Christina Patterson is a wife and stay-at-home mom with a passion to encourage women in the love of Jesus Christ and the truth of God’s Word. When she is not folding laundry or playing blocks you will find her with her head deep in her Bible or a commentary. She holds her masters in Theology from Liberty University and is the founder of Beloved Women, a non-profit providing resources and community for women to truly know who they are in Christ: His Beloved. She blogs at belovedwomen.org.
The Lord is my light and my salvation—whom shall I fear? The Lord is the stronghold of my life—of whom shall I be afraid? – Psalm 27:1 NIV
She’s the unspoken enemy that attacks women right in the heart. She causes women to doubt their true identity in Christ, she prevents us from boldly walking in our God given callings, and she can single-handedly take down even a healthy relationship. No, she’s not the other woman. Her name is insecurity and it’s time we take a stand against this stealth enemy to live the free and full lives we were intended to live.
However, insecurity is more like a frenemy. We don’t like her, yet we keep her around. We’ve just grown so accustomed to living with her that we don’t even know the first step to getting rid of her. So in today’s video we’re taking a deep look at Psalm 27 to show how God’s truth can rid us of insecurity once and for all. Enjoy!
Dear Heavenly Father, thank You for being my covering. Thank you for defending me and receiving me. May I always rest in these truths to live like the loved and accepted daughter that I am. I love You. In Jesus Christ Name I pray. Amen.
Now I would absolutely love to hear from you beloved!!! Let’s flip the script on our insecurity. Please comment and let me know what is your biggest insecurity? Then let me know what truth about God covers you in that area. Let’s expose our insecurities to the light of God’s truth that they may never have control and reign over our hearts and lives again.
For more encouragement on how to rid yourself of insecurity I highly recommend the book “So Long Insecurity” by Beth Moore. I’m currently reading it and it has been so helpful.