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Dear Girl, You Are Loved

By Sabrina Peters
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Dear girl,

You are so loved. Regardless of the names people have called you, where you come from or what you’ve been through. You are accepted, adored and valued beyond compare. 

Stop wishing you were someone else, stop thinking you’re not good enough, pretty enough, popular enough. Listen to me – You are enough!

Not because you are “perfect” but because you are the daughter of a King, who loves you with a perfect love. Unconditionally and extravagantly. He sees past your flaws and failures, and utters with complete sincerity, “I am so proud of you.”

You are not defined by your past choices, or your present circumstances. You are not a mistake. You are not second place, ugly or unwanted. It doesn’t matter if your parents planned you, God did. You are here for a purpose. Find it. Live it.

Start loving yourself and stop waiting for them too. Stop wanting him to call you beautiful and start believing it’s actually true. When you start to see yourself the way God sees you, you’ll start to see others the way you were meant to.

Forget the haters, they’re walking around desperate and empty on the inside. They’ll do anything to make themselves feel better, just let their words slide. Include everyone, you know what it’s like to be put down and left out. Don’t do that to others. Kindness is the real cool.

Sometimes you feel lost and alone and you ask yourself, “If God loved me why doesn’t He answer when I call out? How could He let some of those things happen to me?” Honestly, I don’t know. Sometimes I ask myself the same questions. But I can’t deny His presence in my life. 

Even when life hurts don’t give up, don’t quit. He will never let you go. When you feel unloved and insignificant, look up to the night sky, His love is written in a million stars. You sweet girl are heavens delight. 

P.S. If you haven’t met Him, He’s waiting for you.


Sabrina Peters is a Christian writer, an avid Sex & Relationships blogger and part of the team at Kingdomcity. She is married to Ben and mother to Liberty & Lincoln.