Tuesday, July 15, 2008


Dear One,

You cannot suffer indignity because of the actions of another person. You can only suffer indignity because of your own actions or reactions.
When another person causes a bad reflection on you, refuse to allow indignity to enter your mind because it will try to invade your peaceful mind and completely take over if you will let it.
Tell indignity who you are in Christ and send that evil spirit of shame to the abyss where it belongs.
When a loved one does an undignified act either privately or publicly, your reaction in a dignified way which is full of love and kindness and goodness and mercy will elevate you to a dignified state. If you react to an undignified act in an undignified way by showing anger, disgust, railing and ranting, then you become undignified, too. If that happens, then you must immediately rebound with acts of forgiveness, love, understanding and honor, which are characteristics of dignity, thus elevating yourself back to a dignified state.
You are My child and you are deserving of dignity and honor just like I am.
Don't accept indignity. Instead, act dignified, speak dignified and be dignified. Live honorably and you will receive honor.
After all, you are My child.

Love, God
Proverbs 15:1; Proverbs 15:18; Proverbs 16:32; Galatians 5:20; Ephesians 4;26
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