What to do When You’re Struggling With Your Self-Worth


Have you ever wondered if you’re good enough? Have you ever thought you don’t deserve good things? Struggling with your self worth is tough. It we’re not careful, it can be a downward spiral. We start to feel bad about ourselves and then we start to judge ourselves for feeling unworthy. When we’re feeling unworthy, we can miss out on great things that God wants for us. If you’re struggling with your self-worth, here’s how to break the negative cycle: 

1. Ask Yourself Why. Why do you feel unworthy? Is it because of something you said? Something you did? Do you not feel worthy of good things because of where you come from? If we want to stop feeling unworthy, we have to deal with the root issue. 

2. Ask God to Help You with the Root Issue of Why You Feel Unworthy. For example, if you feel unworthy because of something you did in your past, ask God for forgiveness and the grace to move forward. Realize that there’s no condemnation for those who love Him. That’s what God said. He didn’t say “there’s no condemnation for those who act perfectly.” You’ve got to know that as long as you have a heart after God, there’s nothing that can keep you from experiencing the good things He wants you to have. 

3. Realize that God Wants Great Things for You. God wants you to experience great things. He wants you to “bear much fruit.” He wants you to have great friendships, exceed your goals, to achieve your dreams, and so much more. Even when we don’t feel worthy of good things, God says that we are worthy. 

You and I are worthy of good things because of Who Our Father is. It has nothing to do with our  sins. You are worthy of experiencing great things because of His love for you. God doesn’t look at a performance card and determine our worth. That’s not how Our Good Father is. Queen, you’re worthy of having great things because God says you are. 

Thanks for reading, 

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John 15:16-“You didn’t choose me. I chose you. I appointed you to go and produce lasting fruit, so that the Father will give you whatever you ask for, using my name.”