Is God Ashamed Of Me

God loves you and has a plan for your life. He wants to use you to impact others. But sometimes we can feel ashamed of ourselves. We might think God is disappointed in us, or that he doesn’t love us anymore because we have done something wrong. The devil loves nothing more than to convince people that God is ashamed of them and will never love them again. But the truth is this: God doesn’t need any reason to love us; it’s just who He is!

The devil is a liar!

The devil is a liar!

If you’re feeling ashamed of God, the devil is trying to deceive you. He wants you to doubt God’s love for you and believe that He doesn’t accept who you are. The devil is a master at twisting our words and thoughts against us, but don’t let him pull one over on you! Don’t let him convince you that God is ashamed of who you are or what your past has been like.

God loves everyone unconditionally—and definitely not because they’re perfect! We have all done things that aren’t “acceptable” in the eyes of society or even ourselves sometimes, but we don’t have to be condemned by those actions because Jesus Christ died for all sins so that we can have eternal life with Him (Romans 5:8).

God isn’t ashamed of you!

God is not ashamed of you! He does not ever feel shame about you or your past. God loves you, and nothing can separate you from His love (Romans 8:38–39).

What does the Bible say about shame?

God is not ashamed of you. The Bible says, “There is no one who does good, not even one” (Romans 3:12). We’re all guilty and deserve death because we are unable to break free from sin on our own. But God loves us so much that he sent his Son Jesus Christ to die in our place and take upon himself the punishment we deserve for our sins. Now that’s love!

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God doesn’t just want us to believe in him—he wants us to believe in him with all of our hearts, minds and souls (Mark 12:30). A person who truly believes God is able to do anything has no reason for shame. If someone has faith in God but still feels shame about their past or present circumstances, then perhaps they aren’t truly trusting Him for everything.*

That’s why, though God knew beforehand what we would do and He hates sin, He still sent His Son to the earth to save us.

God knew what we would do and He hates sin, but He still sent His Son to the earth to save us. That’s why God is not ashamed of you.

Knowing the horrible things that would happen because of our sin, including child abuse and hatred in this world, God still chose us.

God knew what would happen, and yet He loved us anyway. Knowing the horrible things that would happen because of our sin, including child abuse and hatred in this world, God still chose us.

God didn’t have to make choices like this. He could have chosen not to create a world where there is suffering and evil – but He did! We don’t know why God made this choice (He doesn’t have to tell us), but we do know that He did choose it – even knowing how awful it would be for us here on Earth.

How we view ourselves can be a great challenge when we are trying to live a godly life.

When you are trying to live a godly life, it can be a great challenge when your view of yourself is not positive. God has given us many beautiful things and although we may not have all these gifts in our lives, or perhaps they are struggling with us, they are still there and we should celebrate them.

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How do you see yourself? In the bible Paul writes that “God created man in His own image” (Genesis 1:27). Can you imagine what that means? How amazing! We were created by the one who is holy and perfect! The same God who spoke everything into existence made YOU! He made you perfect just as He made everyone else on this earth! You are unique and special because God says so. When we look at ourselves through the eyes of others instead of through the eyes of God, then our self esteem suffers greatly because their standards may not line up with ours or even our own standards sometimes

But just as God wasn’t ashamed of Christ, He isn’t ashamed of you either.

But just as God wasn’t ashamed of Christ, He isn’t ashamed of you either.

Why? Because God loves you. And because of that love, He has something very special in store for you. And it’s not just a one-time thing: it will last forever!

Don’t focus on what makes you feel shame in your life but instead focus on the power of Jesus Christ.

There is so much that the Bible teaches us about Jesus Christ. If you’re feeling ashamed because of your past, focus on what the Bible says about Jesus Christ.

  • Focus on his power. He raised Lazarus from the dead (John 11:38). He healed the sick and disabled (Matthew 8:16; 9:35; Mark 1:40-42). He cleansed lepers (Luke 5:12-14; John 5:8-9), cast out demons (Mark 1:23-26), multiplied loaves and fishes (John 6), caused blindness to fall off people’s eyes (Matthew 20), made a young man walk again after he had been paralyzed for 38 years (John 5)* Focus on his love. God sent his only begotten Son into this world to die for our sins so that we could be forgiven through him by faith—and not works!(Galatians 2)
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Conclusion

In conclusion, I hope you have learned something about God’s love for us and His desire to help us overcome shame. The Lord has given each of us many gifts and talents that we can use to serve Him and others in this world. We all struggle with sin, but God is there when we fall short instead of abandoning us like the devil would do. He wants each one of us to know that he loves them no matter what they have done or will do in their lives because He loves everyone unconditionally – just like His son Jesus did!

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