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In a world where external voices constantly judge us based on our appearance, wealth, and status, it’s easy to fall prey to negative self-talk. Though this self-criticism can be debilitating, there is hope in God. He sees beyond our flaws and limitations, offering a solution to our self-doubt and self-criticism.

When we let the Bible teach us to develop a learner’s heart, we can silence the voice of self-criticism and embrace feedback as a tool for growth, rather than a weapon against our confidence.

Simon, Simon, how Satan has pursued you, that he might make you part of his harvest. But I have prayed for you. I have prayed that your faith will hold firm and that you will recover from your failure and become a source of strength for your brothers here.

Luke 22:31-32 Voice

Peter learned to overcome his emotions and negative thoughts by learning to love like Jesus did. We too can overcome self-hate and criticism by approaching life with a humble and teachable spirit.


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