Most people struggle with insecurity. While some struggle more than others, there has probably been at least one time in your life where you felt like you didn’t measure up, you weren’t good enough, or didn’t have what it takes. Maybe you’ve felt that in your job, in your school, with your parents, in your marriage, or with your own children. Our insecurities stem from the fact that so many of us are focused on outward things and the way others approve or disprove of us. Beginning today, you are going to learn to have an altar ego by acknowledging this one simple truth: without Christ, there is something wrong with you. If you are not inwardly focused on Christ and instead more focused on how others perceive you, then you will continue to struggle with your insecurity. Where is your focus? What insecurities do you struggle with most?
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