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You're a Beautiful Princess

This goes out to all the ladies, especially the younger ladies. Yes, I love to encourage the younger girls, because I don't want them to go through all the hell I went through. 

So ladies, do you know the Lord has more for you? Take a look at the story of Esther and read it in its entirety. It's a great story of so many things. One of them being about redemption and how God uses the people others have cast aside.  Esther was an orphan who was raised by her cousin after her parents died. I can just imagine the sadness and loneliness she felt. Her situation may be different than mine or yours, but sorrow is sorrow and emotional pain is emotional pain.  It hurts the same.

Yet, there is good news though. 

The Lord God who sits on high, wants you to know that you are loved today, yesterday, and tomorrow. So today I just want to remind you that you're a beautiful princess. Don't let anyone tell you any different and walk away from anybody who tries to disrespect you by making you feel less than what God says about you. It doesn't matter your race, your complexion, your weight, your income, or your circumstances. Be encouraged in the Lord and know that He only makes masterpieces. You are beautiful, amazing, fascinating, and awesome. Walk in it. 

To add more encouragement, I would like you to hear what Sha Sha has to say about it. Sha Sha is my avatar and the voice you hear is actually me speaking through her. Like you, Sha Sha is also a beautiful princess. Check out what she has to say:
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