Let Me Tell You How I See You

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The Shepherd-King

Listen, my radiant one—
if you ever lose sight of me,
just follow in my footsteps where I lead my lovers.
Come with your burdens and cares.
Come to the place near the sanctuary of my shepherds.
My dearest one,
let me tell you how I see you—
you are so thrilling to me.
To gaze upon you is like looking
at one of Pharaoh’s finest horses—
a strong, regal steed pulling his royal chariot.
Your tender cheeks are aglow—
your earrings and gem-laden necklaces
set them ablaze.
We will enhance your beauty,
encircling you with our golden reins of love.
You will be marked with our redeeming grace. Song of Songs 1:8-11 TPT

Something about knowing how God sees me that changes everything. It doesn’t matter what I feel like or what I see with my natural eyes when I look in the mirror, I am thrilling to Him. He sees me differently than I see myself and I like what He sees better than what I see.

My friend, until I see myself as God does, I will never be able to see others as He does. Until I have a revelation of what that Love looks like, I’ll never walk in that Love and Love is who changes things, people and situations.

He has enhanced my beauty by filling me with His Spirit, but until I surrender to His reins of Love, I will be an observer instead of a participator. I don’t want that! The more time I spend in His presence, the more I understand how important it is to be marked by His grace. It’s what sets me apart from the rest of the world and allows the light of His Spirit to manifest through me.

Join with me today and allow that transformation to take you deep into His presence. As He shows you how He sees you, receive it, believe it and let it change the way you see those around you. Let your surrender be the tool to shift and change everything around you, spirit, soul and body in Jesus’ name.

Love You Friend!

Sandy G

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