“just as He chose us in Him before the foundation of the world…”
Ephesians 1:4a (NASB)
Remember the childhood game, “Red rover, red rover, send Annie right on over?” Your name is shouted out, called out, and chosen by the opposite team. Blood rushed through your veins as you made a mad dash to the other side to break through their linked arms to capture a player. You grabbed the opposing team member and took them back to your side as the conquering victor. You had been “chosen” to play a role.
Women long to know they were chosen, desired, and invited.
“Just as He chose us in Him before the foundation of the world…” Ephesians 1:4a (NASB).
Can you receive this Truth deep into your heart chambers?
You are chosen by almighty God.
A long time ago the Lord Himself had His designer eye on you. He thought of you, formed you, and desired you to have an intimate relationship with Himself, “just as He chose us in Him before the foundation of the world…” Ephesians 1:4a (NASB).
You are a chosen daughter of the King. This heart shift is bedrock in allowing you to learn to leave the grinding gears of insecurity behind. Receiving this Truth is like pouring liquid love cement down into your inner being, creating a solid rock foundation at your feet of “chosen” stability. Once a woman receives the truth deep within, He chose me, she is cemented into His everlasting security. Then when she is not asked out for a date, a worship team spot, a speaking engagement, a job, an adoption placement, a best friend spot, an invitation to a party, a Bible study invitation, or a loved one exits her life, she is not totally devastated and thrown into the arms of insecurity.
Take a bubble bath, soak, and saturate in this Truth, just as He chose us in Him before the foundation of the world. You are hand-picked, cherry-picked, selected, chosen, and preferred, indeed.
• Have you accepted, you are chosen by Jesus?
• What difference can you visualize in your life if you own this truth?
Shift to speak this aloud, “I am chosen.”
“Enable, me, Lord, to shift from—insecurity to I am chosen. I am a daughter of the King. Thank you, Lord. Amen.”
He picked me.